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Number 3 at DOJ stepping down
More draining of the swamp. Its happening.

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/02/09/us...tment.html

Ms. Brand now oversees a wide swath of the Justice Department, including the civil division, the civil rights division and the antitrust division. She helped lead the department’s effort to extend a law that authorizes the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance program.
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Dropping like flies
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Have they determined what role she had in helping Putin get Trump elected?
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the question now becomes how oversight is implemented as they're beginning to be replaced.....

in the end, it won't mean dick if status quo remains in place.....that's what really matters....

and I don't hear one fk'n iota about that from anyone or agency......

what a fk'n clusterbang of 'too fk'n large'.....

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this shite's out of control w/o real relief in sight.....
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So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.
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(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

I suspect what we're learning is that the swamp is not only inhabited by slimy creatures (no offense to my fine friends the catfish and bullfrogs) but that it's also toxic. Some people will just not want to be a part of it and that's fine with me. The average liberal will whine about all the "talent" being lost at those agencies. Fark 'em if the talent is also corrupt.

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(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

burn it down. fire all of them.
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(02-09-2018 07:01 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

I suspect what we're learning is that the swamp is not only inhabited by slimy creatures (no offense to my fine friends the catfish and bullfrogs) but that it's also toxic. Some people will just not want to be a part of it and that's fine with me. The average liberal will whine about all the "talent" being lost at those agencies. Fark 'em if the talent is also corrupt.

#drainthefarkinswamp


The problem that I am hearing is that people are not coming forward to fill these spots. The different departments are way understaffed as is. Not good for this country overall when people will not work under him.
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(02-09-2018 07:11 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:01 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

I suspect what we're learning is that the swamp is not only inhabited by slimy creatures (no offense to my fine friends the catfish and bullfrogs) but that it's also toxic. Some people will just not want to be a part of it and that's fine with me. The average liberal will whine about all the "talent" being lost at those agencies. Fark 'em if the talent is also corrupt.

#drainthefarkinswamp


The problem that I am hearing is that people are not coming forward to fill these spots. The different departments are way understaffed as is. Not good for this country overall when people will not work under him.

How does one determine that the different departments are way understaffed? Who makes that determination? Is is not possible, and I know this will come as a shcok to some, but is it not possible that there's some fat in some of those departments?

I read an article the other night about IG Horowitz's department and at first understood that his duties involved watching over 500 government employees. Okay. But when I went back and re-read the article, I learned that his department alone consisted of 500 employees!!!!! 500 friggin employees. Think about the size of that government payroll.
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(02-09-2018 07:20 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:11 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:01 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

I suspect what we're learning is that the swamp is not only inhabited by slimy creatures (no offense to my fine friends the catfish and bullfrogs) but that it's also toxic. Some people will just not want to be a part of it and that's fine with me. The average liberal will whine about all the "talent" being lost at those agencies. Fark 'em if the talent is also corrupt.

#drainthefarkinswamp


The problem that I am hearing is that people are not coming forward to fill these spots. The different departments are way understaffed as is. Not good for this country overall when people will not work under him.

How does one determine that the different departments are way understaffed? Who makes that determination? Is is not possible, and I know this will come as a shcok to some, but is it not possible that there's some fat in some of those departments?

I read an article the other night about IG Horowitz's department and at first understood that his duties involved watching over 500 government employees. Okay. But when I went back and re-read the article, I learned that his department alone consisted of 500 employees!!!!! 500 friggin employees. Think about the size of that government payroll.


I am talking about key important spots like the Justice Department, the State Department and also we do not have ambassadors for many countries right now.
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(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.
She's been there for 3 administrations.

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(02-09-2018 07:25 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:20 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:11 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:01 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

I suspect what we're learning is that the swamp is not only inhabited by slimy creatures (no offense to my fine friends the catfish and bullfrogs) but that it's also toxic. Some people will just not want to be a part of it and that's fine with me. The average liberal will whine about all the "talent" being lost at those agencies. Fark 'em if the talent is also corrupt.

#drainthefarkinswamp


The problem that I am hearing is that people are not coming forward to fill these spots. The different departments are way understaffed as is. Not good for this country overall when people will not work under him.

How does one determine that the different departments are way understaffed? Who makes that determination? Is is not possible, and I know this will come as a shcok to some, but is it not possible that there's some fat in some of those departments?

I read an article the other night about IG Horowitz's department and at first understood that his duties involved watching over 500 government employees. Okay. But when I went back and re-read the article, I learned that his department alone consisted of 500 employees!!!!! 500 friggin employees. Think about the size of that government payroll.


I am talking about key important spots like the Justice Department, the State Department and also we do not have ambassadors for many countries right now.

Key positions like those that have been recently vacated due to the office holders being involved in political activities, some possibly illegal? Oh the huge manatee. I think the republic will survive until others are found to replace them.

Here are the countries without ambassadors right now:

ASEAN, Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Congo (DR), Ivory Coast, Cuba, Egypt, European Union, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Jamaica, Jordan, Mongolia, Qatar, Saudia Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, South Africa, South Korea, Sudan, Sweden, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey, Venezuela

A number of those listed are countries with whom we do not exchange ambassadors. I think you can figure them out.
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(02-09-2018 07:25 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:20 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:11 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:01 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

I suspect what we're learning is that the swamp is not only inhabited by slimy creatures (no offense to my fine friends the catfish and bullfrogs) but that it's also toxic. Some people will just not want to be a part of it and that's fine with me. The average liberal will whine about all the "talent" being lost at those agencies. Fark 'em if the talent is also corrupt.

#drainthefarkinswamp


The problem that I am hearing is that people are not coming forward to fill these spots. The different departments are way understaffed as is. Not good for this country overall when people will not work under him.

How does one determine that the different departments are way understaffed? Who makes that determination? Is is not possible, and I know this will come as a shcok to some, but is it not possible that there's some fat in some of those departments?

I read an article the other night about IG Horowitz's department and at first understood that his duties involved watching over 500 government employees. Okay. But when I went back and re-read the article, I learned that his department alone consisted of 500 employees!!!!! 500 friggin employees. Think about the size of that government payroll.


I am talking about key important spots like the Justice Department, the State Department and also we do not have ambassadors for many countries right now.

just out of curiosity that killed the kitty......I'm curious how those should be filled by dropping a coin into the machine or what ambassadorship is a 'crippling function'.....

are you really serious with that rhetorical horsecrap???

if you are, I'm all fk'n ears......
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(02-09-2018 07:48 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:25 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:20 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:11 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:01 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  I suspect what we're learning is that the swamp is not only inhabited by slimy creatures (no offense to my fine friends the catfish and bullfrogs) but that it's also toxic. Some people will just not want to be a part of it and that's fine with me. The average liberal will whine about all the "talent" being lost at those agencies. Fark 'em if the talent is also corrupt.

#drainthefarkinswamp


The problem that I am hearing is that people are not coming forward to fill these spots. The different departments are way understaffed as is. Not good for this country overall when people will not work under him.

How does one determine that the different departments are way understaffed? Who makes that determination? Is is not possible, and I know this will come as a shcok to some, but is it not possible that there's some fat in some of those departments?

I read an article the other night about IG Horowitz's department and at first understood that his duties involved watching over 500 government employees. Okay. But when I went back and re-read the article, I learned that his department alone consisted of 500 employees!!!!! 500 friggin employees. Think about the size of that government payroll.


I am talking about key important spots like the Justice Department, the State Department and also we do not have ambassadors for many countries right now.

just out of curiosity that killed the kitty......I'm curious how those should be filled by dropping a coin into the machine or what ambassadorship is a 'crippling function'.....

are you really serious with that rhetorical horsecrap???

if you are, I'm all fk'n ears......

nancy pelosi spends 8 hours babbling nonsense not limited to how her grandchild wishes he was a brown baby and people wonder why we havent appointed an ambassador to djibouti. 03-lmfao
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(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

She's been there since 2000 serving in the Bush and Obama administrations. IMHO---Trump kept way too many swamp dwellers when he came into office. That said, the government is so big, its probably impossible to run without doing that.
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(02-09-2018 07:52 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:48 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:25 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:20 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 07:11 PM)DavidSt Wrote:  The problem that I am hearing is that people are not coming forward to fill these spots. The different departments are way understaffed as is. Not good for this country overall when people will not work under him.

How does one determine that the different departments are way understaffed? Who makes that determination? Is is not possible, and I know this will come as a shcok to some, but is it not possible that there's some fat in some of those departments?

I read an article the other night about IG Horowitz's department and at first understood that his duties involved watching over 500 government employees. Okay. But when I went back and re-read the article, I learned that his department alone consisted of 500 employees!!!!! 500 friggin employees. Think about the size of that government payroll.


I am talking about key important spots like the Justice Department, the State Department and also we do not have ambassadors for many countries right now.

just out of curiosity that killed the kitty......I'm curious how those should be filled by dropping a coin into the machine or what ambassadorship is a 'crippling function'.....

are you really serious with that rhetorical horsecrap???

if you are, I'm all fk'n ears......

nancy pelosi spends 8 hours babbling nonsense not limited to how her grandchild wishes he was a brown baby and people wonder why we havent appointed an ambassador to djibouti. 03-lmfao

but but but.....she's a master legislator......she said so.....
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(02-09-2018 08:11 PM)Attackcoog Wrote:  
(02-09-2018 06:51 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote:  So if someone who was hired by Trump steps down after 9 months on the job, is that truly draining the swamp?

Good news is she gets to be cast in the next season of Celebrity Big Brother.

She's been there since 2000 serving in the Bush and Obama administrations. IMHO---Trump kept way too many swamp dwellers when he came into office. That said, the government is so big, its probably impossible to run without doing that.

XACLY!

it's scary how too many don't understand that aspect of the equation.......
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When you have the bureaucratic class of two parties against you and seeking to undermine you...and you only have two parties....then it is awfully hard to find people to fill positions with.

Even when you do, they are often inexperienced since they haven't been part of the ruling class. And since you have the state media organs in lockstep against you you can account on inexperience, or inability to find people, to both be highlighted daily.

Tough row to hoe.

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Okay, so I looked it up. The State Department employs 30,266 people. I had no idea that they'd been so decimated. DavidSt is right, how can they keep the coffee hot and the water coolers full much less fill vacancies?
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My guess....Trump is going to replace and then fire Mueller.


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