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Old 12-27-2017, 12:48 PM   #61
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Ill just leave this here........


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Old 12-28-2017, 08:55 PM   #62
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Looks like hes going to finish the year w the same approval numbers Obama had.......

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We need to kick conservative ass in Nov

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Old 01-01-2018, 10:51 PM   #64
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Heh heh heh......figured out what happened yet?
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Old 01-01-2018, 11:06 PM   #65
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Heh heh heh......figured out what happened yet?
Oh yes.......very quickly, in fact.

Millions of white blue collar to middle class Americans
fell for a wealthy con man who, among many things,
promised prosperity and protection from their biggest fears.

Little did they know that they will not prosper at all
in the long run, and those far wealthier than they are
will thrive unconditionally, along with corporations who
will do little to improve the lifestyles of regular people.

The desire for change is what brought Trump to
the White House. The same thing will drive him out.
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Cut corporate and individual taxes.
Which will explode the deficit by $1.5T, while doing nothing to raise wages or create jobs.
Repeal the Obamacare individual mandate.
Which will cost 13,000,000 people their insurance.
Appoint a highly-respected conservative to the Supreme Court.

Appoint a one-year record number of judges to the circuit courts.
Including Matthew Peterson who has never tried a case and could not answer basic question on the law asked by a Republican Senator.
Get rid of reams of unnecessary regulations.
[B]Wrong. He arbitrarily got rid of a lot of regulations with no regard as to whether they were necessary or not.[B]
Destroy ISIS.
He merely continued what Obama was doing and did not do it as well.
Approve pipeline projects and new oil drilling.
Another payoff to special interests which will have a deleterious effect on the economy.


So, yeah, Trump has done a lot of what he promised to do. The problem is he should not have done those thing.

In the meantime, he has lied more than any President in History; having already lied six times as much in ten months than Obama did in his full two terms.

He has colluded with Russia, Sexually harassed women, insulted our allies, played "chicken" with the equally unstable leader of North Korea.
How many citizens are leaving Ill every year? A failed state where a former community organizer worked
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Thought so...
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How many citizens are leaving Ill every year? A failed state where a former community organizer worked
33,703 left last year. I would love to see Illinois lose two electoral votes, but I think it will be only one. They are on pace to lose over 300,000 residents in the decade.
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The recession ended in June 2009, so please tell me in detailed terms how Obama saved us from a second great depression. What did he exactly do in those five months that would otherwise have sunk us.
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Little did they know that they will not prosper at all in the long run, and those far wealthier than they are
will thrive unconditionally, along with corporations who
will do little to improve the lifestyles of regular people.

The desire for change is what brought Trump to
the White House. The same thing will drive him out.
Maybe you are right, but how is this different than 0bama's regime?

It is a lot easier to document the past than to predict the future....




(except when it relates to global warming.... err climate change.... err climate disruption - when history does not seem to go back very far)
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The recession ended in June 2009, so please tell me in detailed terms how Obama saved us from a second great depression. What did he exactly do in those five months that would otherwise have sunk us.
So you are going to spoil a good hissy fit with facts?
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you couldn't be that stupid
If I were you, I would not bet on that with Chinese yen.
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A Condensed, Accurate Recap from the Catholic Right

They Hate God
And will stop at nothing!

When Donald Trump ran for president, he positioned himself as a no-nonsense businessman who said there was too much Washington in Washington and what was needed was a clear-minded, business-like approach to bring back jobs, jumpstart the economy and make America great again. After months of a fake-news, Russia-collusion narrative and a host of other phony baloney no evidence, anonymously sourced stories that the mainstream media has had to constantly backpedal on and retract what do we see when we step back and take a look at America one year into a Trump administration? How about lower taxes, less burdensome regulations, fewer criminal aliens, an American hegemony and annual GDP growth of more than 3 percent which Obama sycophants said could never be the case again, the annihilation of ISIS, practically daily record stock market highs, less crime, more jobs and less unemployment, a reduction in the massive waste the United States formerly gave to the United Nations, the end of ObamaCare tax penalties and a reinvigorated America nationally and internationally? What a horrible first year, right?

More...

https://www.churchmilitant.com/video...eid=4093aff58d
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Another YUGE win for The Donald!!!

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Since taking office I have been very strict on Commercial Aviation. Good news - it was just reported that there were Zero deaths in 2017, the best and safest year on record!
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