Democratic no bash part 2

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Re: Democratic no bash part 2

Postby happens » Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:57 am

I guess Trump only tweets about murders that he can exploit for political gain. I haven't heard him tweeting about any white person murdered by a white person.

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Re: Democratic no bash part 2

Postby mollycoddle » Mon Aug 29, 2016 12:19 pm

happens wrote:I guess Trump only tweets about murders that he can exploit for political gain. I haven't heard him tweeting about any white person murdered by a white person.



And you won't. The man is a complete ass.

At the other end of the spectrum at completely awesome we have this bit of news:
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/clinton-mental-health-agenda-227496

Clinton unveils mental health agenda
Hillary Clinton on Monday released a sweeping agenda to deal with the mental health problem in the United States, including a call to convene a White House conference on the issue during her first year in office.
"Recognizing that nearly a fifth of all adults in the United States — more than 40 million people — are coping with a mental health problem, Hillary’s plan will integrate our mental and physical health care systems," the Democratic nominee's campaign said in a statement. "Her goal is that within her time in office, Americans will no longer separate mental health from physical health when it comes to access to care or quality of treatment. Hillary has been talking about mental health policy throughout her campaign, since hearing directly from American parents, students, veterans, nurses, and police officers about how these challenges keep them up at night."

Clinton's plan encompasses the integration of mental and physical health care systems, including an expansion of reimbursement structures in Medicare and Medicaid, tasking the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to create and implement the new payment models. Suicide prevention is also a major focus of the plan, with Clinton's campaign saying she would assign all relevant federal agencies to create a cross-government initiative overseen by the surgeon general. Clinton previously announced her plan to increase funding for community health centers last month, an idea favored by primary rival Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The former New York senator's campaign said she would ensure enforcement of mental health parity, noting her sponsorship of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 and subsequent Affordable Care Act.

"As part of her commitment to fully enforcing the mental health parity law, Hillary will launch randomized audits to detect parity violations, and increase federal enforcement," the campaign said. "She will also enforce disclosure requirements so that insurers cannot conceal their practices for denying mental health care and strengthen federal monitoring of health insurer compliance with network adequacy requirements."
The proposal would also seek to provide training to law enforcement officers on how to deal with people with mental health issues, as well as launching a joint initiative between the departments of Housing and Urban Development and Health and Human Services to increase community-based housing.
Clinton would also "significantly increase" brain and behavioral science research as president, including new funding for the National Institutes of Health and integrate ongoing cross-agency research portfolios on issues like PTSD between departments.

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Re: Democratic no bash part 2

Postby AnneM127 » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:40 pm

I can't believe some of the catty remarks on that other board practically gloating at the pain of a failed marriage. (Hillary's aide, and her husband have split) It seems so immature. I am happy we have a candidate who conducts herself professionally, and more encouraged to hear about her plans to expand research for mental health issues. Looking forward to a new and different salutation: Madame President...'bout time in America 2016!

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Re: Democratic no bash part 2

Postby mollycoddle » Tue Aug 30, 2016 8:32 am

AnneM127 wrote:I can't believe some of the catty remarks on that other board practically gloating at the pain of a failed marriage. (Hillary's aide, and her husband have split) It seems so immature. I am happy we have a candidate who conducts herself professionally, and more encouraged to hear about her plans to expand research for mental health issues. Looking forward to a new and different salutation: Madame President...'bout time in America 2016!


The low road is the candidates road so its unfortunately to be expected.
He spews racist and sexist garbage non stop.

Now, as if the woman hasn't been humiliated enough, he is suggesting she has terrorist ties.
Unfounded, like all his crazy talk, but that won't matter to his cult.

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Re: Democratic no bash part 2

Postby mollycoddle » Tue Aug 30, 2016 12:08 pm

In other totally not shocking news..
Nearly 20 percent of Trump campaign cash has gone to Donald Trump and his kids.

https://newrepublic.com/minutes/136416/nearly-20-percent-trump-campaign-cash-gone-donald-trump-kids
Back in June, Republican strategist Rick Wilson labeled Trump’s campaign a “scampaign,” noting Trump’s refusal to forgive his own campaign debt as well as the amount of money he was paying himself to rent out property he owned for campaign events. In mid-June, for instance, Trump paid himself a hair over $420,000 (nice) to rent out his Mar-a-Lago resort.
Two months later, the scampaign continues. The Wall Street Journal reports that “$15 million, or about 17 percent of the roughly $90 million spent through July—paid to companies linked to himself or his children, or to reimburse their travel expenses.” At best, this commitment to using Trump facilities suggests a Ross Perot-esque mix of micromanagement and inexperience. That, it seems, is the Trump campaign’s explanation. “It makes perfect sense to me that you’re going to use facilities that you know are of a certain quality,” Don McGahn, general counsel for the Trump campaign, told the WSJ. Asked about Trump’s reliance on advisers without presidential experience (half of Trump’s top ten consultants have never worked on a presidential campaign), McGahn said, “Trump wants people with fire in the belly. Loyalty is right up there at the top.”

At worst, it suggests that Trump is actively trying to profit from his presidential run. Back in 2000, he told Fortune, “It’s very possible that I could be the first presidential candidate to run and make money on it.” He might just make good on that prediction.

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Re: Democratic no bash part 2

Postby shalaydra75 » Tue Aug 30, 2016 9:09 pm

I definitely think it is a scampaign. When raising money from donors the price to rent space in Trump Towers for his headquarters was from form $20,000s to nearly $170,000.

There is a story about Drumpf'smodeling company taking advantage of foreign models who were working illegally in this country.

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Re: Democratic no bash part 2

Postby mollycoddle » Wed Aug 31, 2016 3:13 pm

OMG. Scarborough video "Amnesty Don" :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

https://video-ord1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t43.1792-2/14122089_1578997075742294_1034947610_n.mp4?efg=eyJybHIiOjE5ODQsInJsYSI6NDA5NiwidmVuY29kZV90YWciOiJzdmVfaGQifQ%3D%3D&rl=1984&vabr=1323&oh=27c02a23860b104b2ac75b08fc8f5dbd&oe=57C75BA5


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