5 Replies to “McMaster.”

  1. The best is Donny’s comrades, the republicans, are now saying he was just joking with Comey about dumping the Flynn investigation. “That’s just the way he talks.” Then he and they are idiots. They are sick, sick people.

  2. Was asked to show support to sign petition to have lawmakers vote down SB42. Was told by IRTA that this Bill would remove funding TRIP. I did. Googled SB 42 and that’s not what my searches show. It has something to do w/Health Care Workers. Could you clarify?

    1. Rob–language is buried w/in bills (IRTA’s job is to read them, watch votes).
      Also, bills are often heard in unlikely committees, hearing times &/or committees changed, etc. You get the picture.
      “If you can’t dazzle them w/your brilliance, baffle them w/your B.S.”
      Anyone know who originally said that?
      Anyway, that’s why there are people & people in groups who are the legislative watchdogs. Gets tricky. Anyway, when you receive “action alerts” or legislative hearing/voting dates, make sure to fill out a Witness Slip for bills &, also, call your area legislators, as well as all those on committees.

  3. From newyorker.com: H. R. McMaster and Appropriate Presidential Behavior

    “Wholly appropriate” was a phrase that H. R. McMaster, the national-security adviser, used more than half a dozen times in a press briefing on Tuesday morning, in describing what President Donald Trump revealed to Russia’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in an Oval Office meeting last week. The Washington Post, followed by other media organizations, had described the conversation in a way that was wholly dismaying. The various accounts had Trump boasting about his intelligence (perhaps in both senses of the word) and showing off the most sensitive information in the same way that he showed reporters who visited his Trump Tower office the framed magazine covers on his wall, each one bearing a picture of Trump. Worse, the Post reported that the intelligence Trump bragged about came from a Middle Eastern ally that had not given permission to share it, and that might not want the Russians, in particular, to know the sources and methods by which it had learned that information—information which, according to press reports, Trump may have put at risk. (According to further press reports, the ally in question is Israel,…

    H. R. McMaster and Appropriate Presidential Behavior
    http://www.newyorker.com/news/amy-davidson/h-r-mcmaster-and-questions-of-appropriate-presidential-behavior

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