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Mr. Kotter 05:29 PM 09-30-2017
Not single thread? Seriously?

I suppose everybody's out busy golfing...like Trump, eh?

:-)
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GloryDayz 08:42 PM 09-30-2017
Originally Posted by alpha_omega:
Embarrassingly transparent.
The first two hurricanes didnít achieve the objective, so they are going all out on this one.
This, totally this.

And pulling the mayor of San Juan into their game is whorish at a whole new level. They actually had her whine about supplies, in front of supplies.

JC, one of of own CP people could be here..

https://www.flightradar24.com/18.04,-65.71/7

And the Comfort is steaming there now.

Only a liberal would think there was more that could be done.
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mlyonsd 08:59 PM 09-30-2017
Originally Posted by alpha_omega:
Embarrassingly transparent.
The first two hurricanes didnít achieve the objective, so they are going all out on this one.
Half right.

Kotter is anything but transparent but 100% embarrassing.

And he teaches kids.
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headsnap 09:02 PM 09-30-2017
they've got their Katrina!!!
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Taco John 09:03 PM 09-30-2017
I didn't start a thread about this Puerto Rico mess because of how badly this whole thing is set to blow up in Democrat faces. It seemed polite to use discretion and not rub it in ahead of time.
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vailpass 09:05 PM 09-30-2017
Originally Posted by alpha_omega:
Embarrassingly transparent.
The first two hurricanes didnít achieve the objective, so they are going all out on this one.
Yep. The CNN strategy. I'm sorry to see kotter falling for it.
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mlyonsd 09:09 PM 09-30-2017
Originally Posted by Taco John:
I didn't start a thread about this Puerto Rico mess because of how badly this whole thing is set to blow up in Democrat faces. It seemed polite to use discretion and not rub it in ahead of time.
Kotter is the librarian from Cambridge of CP.
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GloryDayz 09:24 PM 09-30-2017
Any word on what the Clinton Foundation has done? Have they emptied the account to help the Ricans?
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Bwana 09:37 PM 09-30-2017
Sad
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LiveSteam 10:51 PM 09-30-2017
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Yep. The CNN strategy. I'm sorry to see kotter falling for it.
Crazy people gonna crazy
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Bump 11:48 PM 09-30-2017
If this checks out to be legit, wow. It wouldn't surprised if they are withholding aid to make it worse so they can try and blame Trump for it. The left would rather see their people suffer than to miss an opportunity to make fake accusations to our President.


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Taco John 12:19 AM 10-01-2017



-The toothless guy is complaining about a law that the governor passed three weeks ago.
-The reporter CONFIRMS that the truck drivers are refusing to work in order to get revenge
-The toothless guy says that the governor's policies have impacted truckers, so now
-The reporters says, "But all this stuff is in the past. In the present, it's an emergency."
-The toothless guy says that the country can now experience what the truckers experienced due to the governor's policies.
-The toothless guy says the truckers are not responsible for helping the country. That's the governor's job.
-Three weeks earlier, nobody cared about the plight of the truckers, so now the truckers don't care about the country.
-This is all the governor's fault, the toothless guy says. They passed a law, and now he has to live with it.
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Taco John 12:22 AM 10-01-2017
CNN seems to confirm all of this:
Relief workers haven't been able to distribute the goods, in part because only about 20% of Puerto Rico's truck drivers have reported back to work since Hurricane Maria swept through, according to a representative for Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rossellů...

Teamsters spokesman Galen Munro told CNN that the union hopes to get more drivers on the ground next week.

Munro said the union has heard from more than 100 truckers who have offered to help, and The Teamsters is working to vet those drivers and ensure they have the proper licenses and availability.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/09/30/news....html%E2%80%AC

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JakeLV 12:24 AM 10-01-2017


They have the supplies, why can't they get them to the people?
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Taco John 12:29 AM 10-01-2017
In Puerto Rico, Containers Full Of Goods Sit Undistributed At Ports

Millions of people in Puerto Rico need fuel, water, food and medicine. More than a week after Hurricane Maria devastated the island, major infrastructure is still down. Stores have trouble filling their shelves. Families are running low on the supplies they stockpiled before the storm, and across the island, many residents say they haven't seen any aid deliveries.

Meanwhile, at the port in San Juan, row after row of refrigerated shipping containers sit humming. They've been there for days, goods locked away inside.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-w...buted-at-ports
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Taco John 12:30 AM 10-01-2017
Originally Posted by Bump:
If this checks out to be legit, wow. It wouldn't surprised if they are withholding aid to make it worse so they can try and blame Trump for it. The left would rather see their people suffer than to miss an opportunity to make fake accusations to our President.

Harrowing. The Democrat/Neocon reign of terror continues. When will these monsters stop the killing? They'll spend all day Sunday shredding Trump while food rots in cargo holds thinking that they can get away with it.

They can't and won't. Leftists should be very concerned about what the people who control their party are up to. They're murdering the Democrats ability to win at the state level for decades.
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