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Old 08-23-2019, 09:05 PM
 
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That the country is better off now is your opinion.
Yes it is, and the opinion of most non partisan economist too. The only ones who don't agree with that are the same ones who carry on about his hair, mean tweets, golf game and other meaningless things.


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Trump has cut EPA regulations and endangered our wildlife and our environment.

The EPA is an entity out of control and drunk with activist power. It has become an enforcement arm of the government shutting down businesses and farms for insane violations that are meaningless to anyone except the left wing eco nuts.


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He's destabilizing our economy for his own personal gain, trying to bully the Fed to lower interest rates by playing Russian roulette with this trade war.

The Fed raised the rate to slow the economy. It was purely political to hamper Trump's economy. The should have allowed the growth to continue. Trump called them on it. That's not bullying, it is calling out a poor decision. If you understood the precipice we are on with debt and interest, you would also understand obama had much more to do with it than Trump, but ultimately it is a disaster that has been in the making longer than either of them. Blame congress, obama or Trump all you want, but Trump is right, we need the rate down and the economy up. Trump isn't destabilizing anything. He is trying to save the economy. It might already be a lost cause. If your democrats get in and transfer the college debt to the taxpayers, give Medicare and other benefits to everyone including illegals, and pass the green new deal, you can 100% guarantee we go under.


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Immigration is even more of a mess than it has been. He has gotten nothing done on the drug prices or infrastructure or healthcare like promised.

Those are problems that existed before him.


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The majority of Americans agree with me.

No they don't, but the loudest ones do.
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Old 08-23-2019, 09:16 PM
 
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Too much danger to wait another year.
We heard that last year.
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Old 08-24-2019, 08:44 AM
 
Location: The Republic of Texas
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The past several days have really illustrated that Donald Trump has become unhinged and is very much mentally unstable. He in the last week has come up with the absurd proposal to purchase Greenland, cancelled a meeting to Denmark because its PM would not entertain his lunacy, insulted a great majority of Americans of a certain religious persuasion for not supporting him based his support for a foreign country, reneged on his call for more stringent background checks for gun purchases made right after the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, flip flopped numerous times within a matter of days on a payroll tax cut, attacked his hand picked Federal Reserve members, called himself the chosen one and retweeted a conspiracy theory nut's comments that he is the king of Israel and 2nd coming of God.

These are the ravings of a madman. The 25th Amendment addresses the case of an incapacitated president and sets the guidelines for the Vice President to take over. It would seem that time is now.
Anderson Cooper 360... Because he goes in circles!


This is the 3rd time, this gem has been recycled.
Russia has been tossed from the rotation.
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Old 08-24-2019, 08:55 AM
 
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I sincerely hope that the Trump children are doing their due diligence research on a future facility for their father. The day he will need round the clock care seems to be getting close.
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Old 08-25-2019, 04:10 AM
 
Location: A State of Mind
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One thing we'll all miss once tRump is gone:

Our daily dose of full-blown psychosis on display and the scurrying rat pack of Trumplings going nutso in their vain attempts to normalize his behavior.

But watching it IS amusing. In the same sense that a dumpster fire can be fascinating for a few seconds.

What will tomorrow bring?

One thing lost will be the steady material provided for Late Night comics, due to him.
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Old 08-25-2019, 04:19 AM
 
Location: A State of Mind
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YOu lefties have been saying he is unhinged since before he went into office. Maybe if you actually listened to him instead of CNN pundits and out of context sound bites, you might know they are snowing you.
Talk about being snowed....
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Old 08-25-2019, 04:25 AM
 
Location: A State of Mind
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It's not not liking what he does. It's the effects his words and actions are having on this country, not to mention in the eyes of our allies. He's completely ineffectual. Like a bull in a damn china shop. Not a clue on diplomacy or how government works. Not to mention all the crazy crap that comes out of his mouth.
If he only had a brain...

...a heart...

..the nerve...
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Old 08-30-2019, 12:49 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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Like him or not, I don't care, but he won and is our President. In my mind he was a much smarter choice than Hillary. She has been a disaster in every job she has held, and would have been a horrible president. The only one profiting from her presidency would have been her.
Pretty much like what we have now.

FWIW, I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary. Couldn't stand either one of them, still can't.
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Old 08-30-2019, 02:05 PM
 
Location: Upstate NY 🇺🇸
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Too much danger to wait another year. Trump in the WH is not only a threat to the well being of the USA but to all the world as well. We cannot risk continuing to have a mentally unstable person at the helm of the most powerful country. I don't particularly like Pence but I don't think he is a certifiable nutcase as is his boss.

That "danger" being maybe 100 more appointments to federal judgeships.

You might as well stop pulling out your hair because Trump isn't going anywhere under the 25th Amendment.

Not gonna happen; wouldn't be prudent.
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Old 08-31-2019, 06:14 AM
 
Location: Houston
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So you are looking forward to 8+ years of President Pence? You at least have a whiff of chance of defeat with Trump, but the Democrat, commie-wannabe, whack-a-doodle parade hasnít a chance against anyone normal.

Why not just wait a year for the election?
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Don't forget Occluded-Cortex. She has a single-digit IQ and a god complex--very dangerous. If she shouldn't be thrown out of office, nobody should.

It's posts like these two that reassure me the Trump crowd is in panic mode. They've reached the end of whatever halfway sensible arguments they once may have had in favor of childish name calling and gibberish.
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