Robert Ariail for August 16, 2020

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    RAGs  about 3 years ago

    Trump is trying to cancel access to the elections.

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    Concretionist  about 3 years ago

    Several of these over the last couple of days. It’s obvious. And it’s yet another thing to hate about the Orange Mistake.

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    Daeder  about 3 years ago

    Il Douche’s destruction of American institutions must be stopped! And Republicans need to help us save America!

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    Zykoic  about 3 years ago

    Who counts the votes and can they be trusted?

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    Patjade Premium Member about 3 years ago

    With any luck, Trump will be canceled in Nov 3rd.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  about 3 years ago

    That explains why there isn’t a FOREVER STAMP on it.

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    Spun_G  about 3 years ago

    Each State’s Secretary of State is basically responsible for seeing that the essence of democracy, known as VOTING, is carried out correctly. Most take this responsibility very seriously.

    It is Congress, not DJT, that would allow/deny funds to the USPS for the extra burden of mail-in voting. If each of us decided to send one extra Christmas card to friends this year, I have little doubt that the USPS would cope.

    Any issue I might have centers around margin swing States that happen to have a Republican Sec of State. Anyone check to see which States that would be??

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    FrankErnesto  about 3 years ago

    In Florida and Georgia they plan on sending out red or blue envelopes. Guess which one’s get lost.

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    djtenltd  about 3 years ago

    I think he can try all he wants. The USPS has been around and been an American institution for eons! That’s not something he can easily get rid of. Besides, just this move alone is just adding to the list of charges he’s already accrued. Treason being the top charge. Too bad Jeffrey Epstein died (or was killed). When Trump’s presidency is finally over, there would’ve been a fresh cell right next to his! And with Epstein, that proved that the old saying is not always true. The one of: “When you have money, you have power”.

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    lopaka  about 3 years ago

    If there is a major upswing in covid cases after a forced mass voting at polling stations, could we victims (by the millions) file a class action lawsuit against the ass in the whitehouse for what he has done? Of course not. The ass is above the law and, especially, decency.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member about 3 years ago

    So now ol’ Donnie-boy says he doesn’t want COV relief funds to go to “Democrat States”… criminal malfeasance right there … but it’s OK with Republicans.

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    Michael G.  about 3 years ago

    Does any one understand the meaning of “blatant” anymore?

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    WestNYC Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Good artwork today; it brings back memories.

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    William Bednar Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Here’s one way around Trumps voter suppression: we all use “absentee ballots”. Trump says there a difference, so use it!

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member about 3 years ago

    djtenltd, above, alluded to Treason being the “top charge” for Trump, re: his sabotage of the USPS.

    Republicans for years have been attacking the USPS, looking to have “alternative” privatized carriers such as UPS and FedEx. It’s Republican insistence that the USPS needs to pre-fund its pensions to support 50 years of retirement that has caused their need to raise postal rates. That, and years of systemic “starving the beast” tactics (make the system fail, then “save” it by privatization for Republican donors).

    Treason is aiding and abetting the enemy during a time of war. The UCMJ has dire consequences if an officer is found to have allowed the enemy to infiltrate his position and kill the men under his command. If we are at “war” in Afghanistan, and the President allowed Putin to put bounties on our soldiers, and did nothing to stop him , it’s a crime, but the reason determines the severity of the crime. If it was stupidity or incompetence (and ignorance is not a defense), it is dereliction of duty. If he did it because he compromised himself to the enemy, then it is Treason. It can be technically argued that because Congress did not declare war, then there can be no instances of treason. Semantics.

    However, believe me, there are plenty of other crimes to put Trump away for life, the least of which are the traditional “meat and potatoes” version of racketeering, money laundering, tax fraud, bank fraud, and insurance fraud.

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    Plods with ...™  about 3 years ago

    Such a dick

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Racist Republicans are knee capping the United States Post Office to steal an election.

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    lonecat  about 3 years ago

    Trump is the grinch who stole democracy.

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    tee929  about 3 years ago

    Keep Mr. Zip and cancel Donald Dumpster!

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    martens  about 3 years ago

    Admiral DeRaven has an op-ed in the WashPost today in which he describes a movie that came out in 1997 “The Postman”. It described a dystopic situation in which a plague and racial disturbances threaten the nation.

    He says, “Not surprisingly, the movie was panned by critics and was a financial disaster. I mean really, racial strife and a plague so bad that it threatened our society? And even if that happened, who would try to destroy the Postal Service? Where do they come up with these crazy plots?In retrospect, maybe we should give the movie another look. Today, as we struggle with social upheaval, soaring debt, record unemployment, a runaway pandemic, and rising threats from China and Russia, President Trump is actively working to undermine every major institution in this country. He has planted the seeds of doubt in the minds of many Americans that our institutions aren’t functioning properly. And, if the president doesn’t trust the intelligence community, law enforcement, the press, the military, the Supreme Court, the medical professionals, election officials and the postal workers, then why should we? And if Americans stop believing in the system of institutions, then what is left but chaos and who can bring order out of chaos: only Trump. It is the theme of every autocrat who ever seized power or tried to hold onto it.”

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Mr Zip on a bad trip from unhip Trump.

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