Donald Trump Taunts Mitch McConnell: ‘Get Back to Work’


President Donald Trump continued to needle Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for failing to pass an Obamacare repeal.

“Mitch, get back to work and put Repeal & Replace, Tax Reform & Cuts and a great Infrastructure Bill on my desk for signing,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Thursday. “You can do it!”

Earlier on Thursday, Trump challenged McConnell for failing to pass an Obamacare repeal.

“Can you believe that Mitch McConnell, who has screamed Repeal & Replace for 7 years, couldn’t get it done,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Must Repeal & Replace ObamaCare!”

Yesterday, Trump challenged McConnell on Twitter after the Senate majority leader criticized his “excessive expectations” about what could be done in Congress.

“Senator Mitch McConnell said I had ‘excessive expectations,’ but I don’t think so,” Trump wrote on Wednesday. “After 7 years of hearing Repeal & Replace, why not done?”

McConnell repeatedly complains that he is “not a fan” of Trump’s use of Twitter.

“I’ve been, and I will be again today, not a fan of tweeting, and I’ve said that to him privately, and other events publicly,” McConnell said on Tuesday. “I think it would be helpful if the president was a little more on message.”

But Trump appears eager to distance himself from the Senate majority leader for his failure to pass an Obamacare repeal.

Despite their public clash, Trump endorsed McConnell’s preferred candidate to replace Sen. Jeff Sessions in Alabama, suggesting that he is not entirely at war with the Senate leader.

“Senator Luther Strange has done a great job representing the people of the Great State of Alabama. He has my complete and total endorsement!” Trump tweeted Tuesday night.


Violent leftists continue attacking conservatives

Owen Shroyer | – AUGUST 10, 2017

Trey Owen 

A White Supremasist In a Black Body Dave Chapelle!! 😃😊

Funny how you hear liberal nutjobs saying how trump and his supporters are so evil, yet they’re the ones that are shooting people..
The wraith 256 

All democrats and liberals are liars , murderer’s and traitors!

Start carrying wherever you go folks, this is going to get worse before it gets better.

these liberals want a war bring it!!!! Libertarians / Conservatives put up with Obama for 8 yrs. we didn’t throw temper tantrums.. but it’s okay, were the ones with the guns… liberals can’t even figure out which bathroom to use. but yet they want a civil war..
Cali Girl 

Loretta Lynch told the committee members under oath that her and Clinton just happened to run into each other at the airport in Phoenix and that they just chatted about their grandkids. Why would she have needed to take the time to have a paper drawn up with talking points?? All Democrats are corrupt liars!
brian faber 


FREEDOM TAX: 6.5 million pay fine to avoid Obamacare…

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By Scott Rasmussen

August 9, 2017: The individual healthcare mandate requires every American to buy health insurance or pay a fine. In 2016, 6.5 million Americans chose to pay the fine rather than sign up for insurance on the Obamacare exchanges.[1]

The mandate has always been the most unpopular part of President Obama’s healthcare law, officially known as the Affordable Care Act. In addition to those who pay the fine rather than buy the mandated levels of insurance, 15 million people would drop their Obamacare coverage if it were legal to do so.

This does not necessarily mean that these individuals want to go without insurance. Obamacare requires every insurance policy to cover a set of what it defines as Essential Health Benefits.[2] The more benefits that a plan covers, the more expensive it is. Some people might prefer to buy less comprehensive insurance at a lower cost. For example, one option might be to buy insurance only for major healthcare costs such as surgeries or hospitalizations.

Since most Americans receive health insurance from their employer, the rising cost of healthcare is a key factor holding down wage growth. If the cost of benefits were the same today as a generation ago, the average pay for full-time workers would be more than $3,300 higher annually. Some people might prefer a bigger paycheck and less comprehensive coverage.

Healthcare policy analyst Bob Laszewski believes the ongoing unpopularity of Obamacare insurance coverage raises questions about “stability in the individual-health-insurance market.” He notes that “only about 40 percent of those eligible for subsidies have signed up for coverage. In what other business or government program would such a dismal acceptance by those it was targeted to serve be considered a success?”[1]

Laszewski was named the Washington Post’s Wonkblog “Pundit of the Year” for 2013 for his coverage of the Obamacare rollout.[3] Laszewski does acknowledge that “things may well be looking more stable if insurance-company profits are the only measure.” Hospital revenue has increased significantly since the passage of the Affordable Care Act. Additionally, there has been a growing consolidation of the healthcare industry through mergers and acquisitions.

Each weekday, Scott Rasmussen’s Number of the Day explores interesting and newsworthy topics at the intersection of culture, politics, and technology.

Levin – Democrats Took Only 4 Months To Install Omnipotent Threat Inside Trump WH

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Mark Levin noted that, “The Democrats got what they wanted, ladies and gentlemen, making his announcement of the appointment of Mueller as special prosecutor / executioner to target President Trump in the hunt for a Russian witch.

Levin read the statement by Rosenstein, who Levin says buckled but some of us believe had a mission from the beginning. It would be interesting to learn the process by which he was selected for the position of Deputy Attorney General and who made the recommendation. Too much power and prominence has been placed into the hands of this nobody that we didn’t elect to be the minder for our President and AG Sessions.

He points out that despite all of the scandals and corruption of the Obama regime, including  the “‘Iran Contra’ deal, the Hillary Clinton emails, the IRS or Fast and Furious,” to name a few.  “The media in Washington are wetting themselves. The Democrats in Washington are wetting themselves but they won’t show it. They’ll find another reason to attack.”

Levin says, “They will definitely continue to attack with the Comey memo and keep claiming potential obstruction of justice and this has nothing to do with the appointment of a special counsel and this, that and all the rest.” He notes how it was “Just a matter of time, wasn’t it,” before the Democrats got their way. “

Levin recognizes the unusual nature of an address to the entire US Senate by the Deputy Attorney General that was set for the following day, saying, “I’ve never seen anything like that before. On the firing of Comey, he’s to brief all of the United States Senators, can you remember the last time that happened?”

His analysis continues, saying, “So all of this is to create a sort of breathtaking, environment of ‘lawlessness’ and ‘constitutional crisis.’ Now we have a special council, the Democrats will do fundraising into the ‘Russia Matter,’ unbelievable, absolutely unbelievable.”

He warns that it’s going to take awhile,  cause what happens here is, he’s got to get a budget, he’s got to staff his office, he has to come up to speed on what’s already been done. He will essentially be answerable to nobody. And so the Democrats have succeeded on this Russia issue, which they’ve been talking about now for months, to politically force the appointment of a special counsel less than four months into this presidency. Just think about that, less than four months into this presidency. The reporting leading up to this has been a disgrace, an absolute disgrace.”

Levin is right and this is a very big deal. Republicans and the President, it appears, never knew what hit em. We Americans have certainly been trying to warn them. We’ve got a major stake in this too, Mr. President. Remember us, the American people, the forgotten man that seems to be being forgotten again? What good is it to win elections when the enemy staffs the White House and that enemy plants another of their agents in a position to intimidate and control the President? Coups don’t always involve a change in the government, sometimes they involve preventing that change from ever taking place.