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4 hours ago, Steve Thomas said:

Tim Boyd, former Mayor of Colorado City, TX.

(he has since resigned).

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Not exactly one of those "compassionate conservatives" eh?

Texas mayor tells residents to fend for themselves during power outage: ‘Only the strong will survive’ (msn.com)

If they stay on schedule my power will go back out in the next 5-10 minutes for about 30-40 minutes.

 

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1 hour ago, W. Niederhut said:

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You know what's really (not so) funny? They're all going to have to pay maybe as much as four or more times as much for their power in the next billing cycle because that's the way it works in a market rate system. When Bush was elected in 2000 and the scum bag let FERC switch the grids over to the republican cherished "free market utilities" aluminum plants in Washington closed down to sell their contracts into the grids at ten times the rate they had contracted for. They actually paid their employees to go home.

Biggest scam ever until the magic "unregulated derivatives" scam they foisted on everyone later. It's why it's so critical to have a stupid base of voters (please see 1/6/2021).

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On 2/17/2021 at 12:01 PM, Bob Ness said:

You know what's really (not so) funny? They're all going to have to pay maybe as much as four or more times as much for their power in the next billing cycle because that's the way it works in a market rate system. When Bush was elected in 2000 and the scum bag let FERC switch the grids over to the republican cherished "free market utilities" aluminum plants in Washington closed down to sell their contracts into the grids at ten times the rate they had contracted for. They actually paid their employees to go home.

Biggest scam ever until the magic "unregulated derivatives" scam they foisted on everyone later. It's why it's so critical to have a stupid base of voters (please see 1/6/2021).

Jerry Jones ‘hitting the jackpot’ due to fallout from crippling cold weather? (msn.com)

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10 hours ago, Ron Bulman said:

Yeah this gag got forgotten fast when Bush deregulated the energy companies and allowed them to scam consumers. They took plants offline on purpose using ridiculous excuses, shipped power out and then back in across state lines on and on. There were untold amount of scams going on as FERC was stripped of regulators and Bush's boy at the head played Mr. MacGoo. He and Cheney should have been prosecuted for that and many other things. The Republicans are really the worst scum bags on the planet and obviously they're getting worse. Unfortunately their supporters, who are mostly pretty good people, are told lies and go for this corrupt garbage. Now Texas gets a taste.

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The Government's 21 page indictment against the Oath Keepers for a conspiracy to "stop, delay and hinder Congress's certification of the Electoral College vote".

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/oath-keepers-trump-capitol-attack_n_60302260c5b6cc8bbf3b9304

One Oath Keeper claimed to the others. "You are executing citizen's arrest. Arrest this assembly, we have probable cause for acts of treason, election fraud."

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Ritz Carlton Raphael Cruz Jr's constant downplaying and avoidance of blame excuse making in nationally broadcast interviews is sickening in so many ways.

Here Cruz is jetting off to the playground for the rich Cancun to stay in the luxury Ritz Carlton ( which he has done many times ) in the middle of the worst and most injurious and traumatic ( by far ) disaster to ever hit his entire state of Texas with 99.9 % of 13 million of his constituents unable to even imagine such a royal lifestyle indulgence ... and only cutting it short because he got caught and exposed in his elitist escape from the pain, suffering, stress and worry his fellow Texans were induring. 

This guy has been promoting himself as a "populist" pol who really relates to and cares about all his constituents and their needs regardless of their economic standing.

What an outrageously disgusting phony.

It brings to mind the "Queen Of Mean Leona Helmsley" who famously said to one of her abused servants "only the little people pay taxes."

In Cruz's case it is obviously "only the little people" have to suffer through the most traumatic natural disaster in their history.

Ted "Ritz Carlton" Cruz.

 

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Steve Bannon believed Trump had dementia and plotted to remove him as president, according to new book

I don't know what make of this. But according to former "60 minutes" producer Ira Cohen, this was before Banon got fired by Trump in 2017. But he went to Trump major donor Robert Mercer. The timeline is sketchy, but Banon thought he could assume the Presidency, which means he's also clearly delusional! Banon now denies it.

Ira Cohen, in the "Skullduggery"  apple podcast, talks about his career. All this stuff about Banon, Mike Wallace being a misogynist,  being propositioned for sex by Ghislaine Maxwell in exchange for her revealing damaging info about Trump and Clinton? says Epstiens death was definitely not suicide. He talks about all we've known about Meyer Lansky blackmailing JEH with compromising photos of JEH with Clyde Tollson. He talks about the ethical questions about cultivating himself to a source.

https://www.businessinsider.com/bannon-said-trump-had-dementia-and-plotted-to-oust-him-as-president-book-2021-2

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