Is this how an intelligent CEO would act, attack first do homework later?
I have the feeling this thing is could be another thread that keeps on giving until the destructive gold-plated slob is impeached
5 Takeaways From the Failed Senate Effort to Repeal Obamacare By THOMAS KAPLAN - JULY 28, 2017 - New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/28/us/politics/senate-health-care-highlights-mccain-murkowski.html Item three:Christ I though they keep saying how smart business people are and that we should hand over our government to their blinding avarice . :lol: :lol: :lol: :long: Too bad they are taking the country down with them. Because after Trump get's booted the absolutists and totalitarians will start their insurrection against democracy, lordie knows they keep stocking up the weapons and frothing at the mouth, just waiting for an excuse to start shooting. Oh sure that's a big big minority of so called tea partiers and right wing political evangelical types and the Alt-right they generated. But it doesn't make many weapons in the hands of self-certain crazies to make a big and lasting impact. Hang on America, this roller coast ride has just started. All because most American's abandoned their Democracy and felt too self-superiors to dirty their hands with the politics that dictate how our government functions. A healthy democracy (society) DEMANDS and informed and engaged electorate - where the hell are they?Bullying isn’t effective. After Ms. Murkowski voted against beginning debate on health care, Mr. Trump went after her on Twitter. It was not a fair fight: He has more than 34 million followers, and she has about 99,000. Mr. Trump also directed the interior secretary, Ryan Zinke, to call Ms. Murkowski and remind her of the Alaska issues controlled by his department. It wasn’t a subtle move. (actually it seems down right idiotic, all things considered) But this time, Ms. Murkowski held the whip hand: Murkowski is chairwoman not only of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, which has jurisdiction over the Interior Department, but also of the appropriations subcommittee that funds it. Ms. Murkowski voted no.