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Addison Mitchell "Moscow Mitch" McConnell Jr. "Excessive Expectations" "Bleed Out" "Cocaine Mitch"

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:popcorn: :lol:
Trump vs. McConnell
The standoff between the GOP top dogs comes as the party confronts a huge legislative to-do list this fall.
By NOLAN D. MCCASKILL and ELANA SCHOR
08/09/2017 02:33 PM EDT Updated 08/09/2017 04:46 PM EDT

The tit-for-tat between Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell over the chamber's failure to repeal Obamacare opens a politically perilous schism within a party already riven by tensions over its lack of accomplishments this year. Trump's punch at McConnell Wednesday came less than 48 hours after the Kentucky Republican suggested during an appearance in his home state that the president's inexperience gave him “excessive expectations” for the time frame required to rip up Obamacare. In fact, GOP leaders had projected days after Trump's inauguration that they would repeal the health care law and pass a tax bill by this month, neither of which has happened.

“Senator Mitch McConnell said I had ‘excessive expectations,’ but I don’t think so,” the president tweeted Wednesday afternoon. “After 7 years of hearing Repeal & Replace, why not done?” Frustration at the White House with McConnell's comments spilled into the open earlier Wednesday when Trump's social media director, Dan Scavino, quipped on Twitter that the Senate GOP leader "must have needed another 4 years" to repeal and replace Obamacare "in addition to the 7 years" since it became law.
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McConnell set off Trump when the Senate leader told the Rotary Club in Florence, Kentucky, on Monday that the perception that Congress hasn’t accomplished anything is “extremely irritating.” He attributed it, in part, to “the president and others” who “have set these early timelines” for legislation such as undoing the health care law that is President Barack Obama's signature achievement. “Our new president, of course, has not been in this line of work before and I think had excessive expectations about how quickly things happen in the democratic process,” McConnell (R-Ky.) added.
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Sen. Lindsey Graham, a frequent Trump critic, called it “ridiculous” for McConnell to blame Trump’s impatience and inexperience for the public sense that Congress hasn’t done much. “It’s like being hit by a slow-moving bus in Kansas. You can see the bus coming,” the South Carolina Republican told Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade in a radio interview. “The bottom line is we didn’t fail because we didn’t have enough time. We failed because we were not ready to solve the problem, and we didn’t have the right idea.”
http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/0 ... ess-241453

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Won't Donald v. Mitch be fun to watch this Fall.
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Orlylicious wrote::popcorn: :lol:
Trump vs. McConnell
The standoff between the GOP top dogs comes as the party confronts a huge legislative to-do list this fall.
By NOLAN D. MCCASKILL and ELANA SCHOR
08/09/2017 02:33 PM EDT Updated 08/09/2017 04:46 PM EDT

Sen. Lindsey Graham, a frequent Trump critic, called it “ridiculous” for McConnell to blame Trump’s impatience and inexperience for the public sense that Congress hasn’t done much. “It’s like being hit by a slow-moving bus in Kansas. You can see the bus coming,” the South Carolina Republican told Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade in a radio interview. “The bottom line is we didn’t fail because we didn’t have enough time. We failed because we were not ready to solve the problem, and we didn’t have the right idea.”
http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/0 ... ess-241453


Won't Donald v. Mitch be fun to watch this Fall.
Donald v. (Graham v. Mitch)

Lindsey Graham is so mercurial. He makes absolute sense sometimes, then votes Republican. Is he running for majority leader?
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Tiredretiredlawyer wrote:
Lindsey Graham is so mercurial. He makes absolute sense sometimes, then votes Republican. Is he running for majority leader?
Graham has me bumfuzzled. I guess he learned at the feet of the master, John McCain.
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Slim Cognito wrote:
Tiredretiredlawyer wrote:
Lindsey Graham is so mercurial. He makes absolute sense sometimes, then votes Republican. Is he running for majority leader?
Graham has me bumfuzzled. I guess he learned at the feet of the master, John McCain.
Same here. He seems reasonable on just a very short list of issues and on everything else he's as batshit crazy as the rest of his colleagues.
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Trump attacks McConnell again over Obamacare repeal failure
By LOUIS NELSON 08/10/2017 07:35 AM EDT

President Donald Trump continued his Twitter campaign against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Thursday morning, complaining online that the Kentucky Republican “couldn’t get it done” on repealing and replacing Obamacare. “Can you believe that Mitch McConnell, who has screamed Repeal & Replace for 7 years, couldn't get it done. Must Repeal & Replace ObamaCare!” Trump wrote on Twitter Thursday morning.

It was the second time in as many days that Trump lashed out against the majority leader over the GOP’s failure last month to advance legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, a promise that Republican Congressional candidates across the country have run on for more than seven years and one that Trump made a major part of his own presidential campaign.
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In the wake of the failed vote, McConnell said “it is time to move on” from healthcare and onto other legislative priorities, a stance that has earned him criticism not just from the president but from some in his own party.

At an event in Kentucky earlier this week, McConnell said he found the notion that Congress had accomplished nothing thus far under Trump “extremely irritating” and said the president had “excessive expectations about how quickly things happen in the democratic process” because he was new to politics. Wednesday, Trump shot back at McConnell. “Senator Mitch McConnell said I had ‘excessive expectations,’ but I don't think so,” the president wrote on Twitter. “After 7 years of hearing Repeal & Replace, why not done?”
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Also a nice way to put it :lol:
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The media are ignoring the real story here: Repeal (and repeal and replace) failed because republicans lied about Obamacare and continue to lie about it. Their constituents now like it because it helps them. Period.
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SLQ wrote:The media are ignoring the real story here: Repeal (and repeal and replace) failed because republicans lied about Obamacare and continue to lie about it. Their constituents now like it because it helps them. Period.
Of the three liars Graham is closest to telling the truth. They didn't have any good ideas. "Trump care" was a bad idea. Trump just wants to repeal the ACA and didn't know or care what replaced it because it is part of the legacy of the black guy who dared make fun of him. Trump's intervention only hurt and drove three Republicans away from voting for the bill. McConnell really did everything he could to get what Trump wanted. He bastardized the the legislative process to the point even Republicans had to be holding their noses when they voted for this POS.They voted for it only because they thought it would never pass the House.

Had McConnell actually followed the legislative process including having committee hearings with real experts in the field testifying there is a chance a bipartisan bill that actually improved the ACA could have passed the Senate. Instead he tried to sneak through bills that were written by a handful of Republicans in secret and released mere hours before a vote was scheduled.
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This is really enjoyable.
Behind the Trump-McConnell feud
The president ratcheted up his feud with the Senate majority leader, signaling again that he's willing to sacrifice the appearance of unity to get what he wants.
By JOSH DAWSEY 08/10/2017 07:37 PM EDT
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By Thursday afternoon, after several angry tweets, Trump left open the possibility of asking McConnell to resign, saying his opinion would hinge on the majority leader’s ability to get a laundry list of things done — Obamacare repeal, tax cuts, infrastructure. “I’m very disappointed in Mitch,” Trump told reporters. “If he gets these bills passed, I’ll be very happy with him and I’ll be the first to admit it.” The phone call, first reported by The New York Times, and comments at Bedminster mirror what Trump has said in private, according to four White House officials and Trump friends: that he is preparing to distance himself from Republicans in Congress if they aren’t successful in passing legislation and that he will not take the blame for them if they can’t.
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Meanwhile, McConnell’s advisers have been amazed at the president’s unwillingness to sell the health care bill publicly, his lack of policy knowledge, his seemingly unending appetite for chaos and his inability to control warring factions of aides, who complicate delicate negotiations by saying different things to different people.

The two men have talked from time to time on the phone, but the conversations have often been brief, and Trump often disregards McConnell’s advice. McConnell has told people after meeting with Trump in the White House that it is difficult to keep the president on topic and that he wanders around verbally in a way that McConnell — a man who does not see the purpose in unnecessary words — doesn’t understand.
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McConnell also doesn’t understand Trump’s tweets, particularly when they’re directed at him. Aides have to show McConnell what Trump said, because he doesn’t scroll through a smartphone to find them. “It’s like [Trump] doesn’t know he could just call and say the same thing,” one McConnell adviser said. “He wants the process and drama stories.”

McConnell has incredible control over much of Trump’s agenda, whether the president's appointments move through the Senate — and whether key items of his agenda get passed. Several people close to McConnell noted that he has widespread support in his caucus and received an endorsement from Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, an influential Republican who chairs the committee responsible for tax reform. Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona also publicly supported McConnell on Thursday.
http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/1 ... eud-241508
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Post by SLQ » Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:27 pm

Am I missing something? Does the President have the authority to remove the Senate majority leader? How can he "ask him to resign?" Or does Trump just mean that he is going to bully McConnell on twitter, calling for him to resign?
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SLQ wrote:Am I missing something? Does the President have the authority to remove the Senate majority leader?
Nope and nope.
How can he "ask him to resign?" Or does Trump just mean that he is going to bully McConnell on twitter, calling for him to resign?
Exactly: the president can "ask," bully, and whine -- but he has no power.

A majority of the senate could elect a new leader; two-thirds of the senate could toss McConnell. The Kentucky voters will speak -- in 2020. And that's it.

(Taitz thinks Cruz -- the most hated person in the senate -- should replace McConnell. :crazy: )
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Post by Chilidog » Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:48 pm

Addison?

A good name for a pet turtle

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Post by ZekeB » Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:57 pm

Justin Addison?
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Post by Orlylicious » Thu Aug 10, 2017 11:03 pm

Terrific name for a turtle. Addison Mitchell McConnell Jr. is 75, born February 20, 1942. Addison McConnell is right up there with Felito Cruz . I like pointing out their real names. Haven't seen a birth certificate on Addison, though. Should we ask? :lol:

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They are blasting the hell out of Addison, Hannity was breathing fire and repeatedly called him "spineless." If nothing else, how in the world do they think pissing the Senate Majority Leader off will help Donald's agenda? This :boxing: is going to be epic.
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Post by Sunrise » Thu Aug 10, 2017 11:20 pm

For some reason, my first thought was not 'poor turtle', but 'poor bunny'. :bunny: Tut,tut.
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Post by much ado » Fri Aug 11, 2017 12:43 am

I just love it when Republicans fight over who is the bigger loser. It doesn't get much better than this.

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Post by Fortinbras » Fri Aug 11, 2017 12:44 am

The President, as head of the Executive Branch, has no authority to direct the appointment/election of officers of the Legislative Branch. In this case, Mitch McConnell occupies a party position - not exactly an office elected by all Senators but only the members of his own party. Trump is the nominal head of that party but that still does not enable him to micromanage the internal affairs of even his partisans in the Senate.

In other words, no, Trump cannot order McConnell out. And if he tried, it's very likely that McConnell, from his very solid position, would and could push back.

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Post by Notorial Dissent » Fri Aug 11, 2017 12:47 am

Fortinbras wrote:The President, as head of the Executive Branch, has no authority to direct the appointment/election of officers of the Legislative Branch. In this case, Mitch McConnell occupies a party position - not exactly an office elected by all Senators but only the members of his own party. Trump is the nominal head of that party but that still does not enable him to micromanage the internal affairs of even his partisans in the Senate.

In other words, no, Trump cannot order McConnell out. And if he tried, it's very likely that McConnell, from his very solid position, would and could push back.
Or just quite simply ignore him, as he deserves, which would send him in to a towering rage I am quite certain.
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Post by Orlylicious » Fri Aug 11, 2017 12:58 am

They are really going after Addison! #DitchMitch. It's delicious. :towel:
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Those would actually be funny if they weren't so tragically stupid.
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Post by Foggy » Fri Aug 11, 2017 6:19 am

I hate to admit this, but Turtle Boy did a helluva job to get 49 votes out of 52 for a bill that everybody knew was a piece of dog crap, and that had 17% approval from the public. He didn't pull off an actual miracle, but he came damn close, too close for me.
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Post by ZekeB » Fri Aug 11, 2017 6:42 am

Foggy wrote:I hate to admit this, but Turtle Boy did a helluva job to get 49 votes out of 52 for a bill that everybody knew was a piece of dog crap, and that had 17% approval from the public. He didn't pull off an actual miracle, but he came damn close, too close for me.
Bah. If those three hadn't voted against the bill, three others would have. The Repubs knew better than to repeal. It's just that they wanted as many yes votes as possible, short of actually passing the repeal. You have to save face, you know.
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Foggy wrote:I hate to admit this, but Turtle Boy did a helluva job to get 49 votes out of 52 for a bill that everybody knew was a piece of dog crap, and that had 17% approval from the public. He didn't pull off an actual miracle, but he came damn close, too close for me.
Yeah, I said something similar up thread. Trump is bashing McConnell but the truth is it's not McConnell's fault. I don't mind Trump talking no blame and trying to put it all on Yertle though. He deserves every bit of crap that can be shoveled on him.

And Lou Dobbs is an idiot.
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Post by Tiredretiredlawyer » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:04 am

ZekeB wrote:
Foggy wrote:I hate to admit this, but Turtle Boy did a helluva job to get 49 votes out of 52 for a bill that everybody knew was a piece of dog crap, and that had 17% approval from the public. He didn't pull off an actual miracle, but he came damn close, too close for me.
Bah. If those three hadn't voted against the bill, three others would have. The Repubs knew better than to repeal. It's just that they wanted as many yes votes as possible, short of actually passing the repeal. You have to save face, you know.
I vote for Zeke. Sorry, Foggy.
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