A day of your life under Trump

This is August 2, 2018, a typical day under Trump:

Trump: “I Would ‘Personally Prefer’ a Government Shutdown Before the Midterms”

President Donald Trump said he would “personally prefer” to shut down the government before the midterm elections in November if Congress does not pass funding for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

(Trump said,) “You know who thinks It’s better to do it before? Rush Limbaugh thinks it should be before, before the election. You know who else? Sean Hannity. A lot of them, great people.”

Yes, government shutdowns are great. Who needs roads, bridges, dams, parks, firefighters, Social Security, the military, the VA, FEMA, NASA, Medicare, Medicaid, the FBI, CIA, TSA, the Secret Service, and all the many thousands of things the federal government does?

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“Shut down the government, now.”

We should shut it all down because Trump didn’t receive his Wall money?

But wait! Do you recall how Trump repeatedly, endlessly promised that Mexico would pay for the Wall?

Again and again, he asked his followers, “Who’s going to pay?” and like programmed robots, they chanted, “Mexico!”

The suckers believed yet another of the thousand Trump’s lies.

And notice from where Trump gets his presidential advice: Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity. Why confer with experts when you have Limbaugh and Hannity?

THE WEEK, 8/3/18: White House battle with media escalates

CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta on Thursday confronted White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders over her claim that President Trump is “rightfully frustrated” when he calls the press “the enemy of the people.”Image result for hitler said about the media

Sanders refused to reject Trump’s allegation, instead criticizing the press for lowering “the level of conversation in this country” and saying the media incited anger against Trump.

Acosta pressed Sanders, but she said she and Trump had made their position clear. Acosta later walked out of the briefing over Sanders’ co criticimments.

At a Pennsylvania rally Thursday night, Trump resumed his attacks on what he called “fake, fake, disgusting news.”

Hitler called it ‘lügenpresse’ The phrase means ‘lying press’ in German, and was used to attack media outlets that were deemed to be unsupportive of the Nazi party and its aims.

The word has also been previously used by Donald Trump supporters, and in a rally in October, two people were caught saying the Nazi term to journalists.

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Sanders: “Media are lowering the level of conversation.”

Trump resents the 1st Amendment to the Constitution — freedom of the press — as all dictators do.

Bashing the free press is one of the first acts of a despot.

His mouthpiece, Sanders, has the gall to criticize the media for “lowering the level of conversation.”

Her boss barely goes a day without tweeting or saying an insult.

Trump administration says ACLU – not government – should find deported parents 

The Trump administration believes that the responsibility for finding parents who were deported after they were separated from their children should rest with immigration advocacy groups, not with the federal government.

Not only was it the government’s unconstitutional separation practice that led to this crisis, but the United States Government has far more resources than any group of NGOs” ACLU wrote.

The ACLU lawyers also complained that the government is not even sharing information it already has on parents who have been deported, mostly to the Central American nations of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

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Trump: Let the ACLU do it. We can’t.

The administration established contact information with some deported parents but didn’t pass that information along to the ACLU.

Even when information is being shared, it’s only coming in pieces.

Some addresses for parents list only a street, some merely a city.

On Tuesday, a bipartisan group of senators grilled administration officials over the family separation crisis.

During the hearing, a senior Department of Health and Human Services official said he repeatedly warned the Trump administration that the separation policy would not be in “the best interest of the child.”

On Wednesday, a group of 14 bipartisan senators sent a letter to the heads of the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services, demanding information on the status of separated families, including those where the parents have been deported.

“Unfortunately, the flow of information to the public and to congressional offices with important oversight responsibilities has been both incomplete and below acceptable standards,” the senators wrote.

Even for an administration, a President, and a political party, now known for immorality, the torture of children and parents is exceptional.

The lie that the government no longer can find the parents, and that the ACLU should do it, is beyond the pale — except apparently for Trump.

A bipartisan group of senators offered Thursday a bill that would impose tougher sanctions on Russia if it continues to interfere in U.S. elections.

The bill would create new criminal penalties for anyone who targets election systems and slap sanctions on political figures, oligarchs, and others who engage in “illicit and corrupt activities” on behalf of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The legislation also pushes back against President Donald Trump’s attacks on NATO, requiring a two-thirds vote of the Senate for the U.S. to leave the military alliance, which includes Canada and most of Europe.

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Trump: Putin says he didn’t do it.

Trump has questioned whether Russia really meddled in the 2016 presidential election and whether NATO is still useful to the U.S.

However, Dan Coats, Trump’s director of national intelligence, has said that “the warning lights are blinking red again” for Russian interference in this year’s elections.

Congress voted last summer to impose sanctions on Russia for interfering in the 2016 election, but the bill’s six sponsors of the bill say the penalties weren’t tough enough and won’t deter Putin from meddling in this year’s elections.

The bill’s strong bipartisan support means it has a good chance of passing in the Senate.

It’s not clear whether it will be introduced in the House or whether Trump would sign it if Congress approves the legislation.

Trump will sign it if Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Putin to tell him to.

Following the White House’s release of a proposal to cripple Obama-era fuel regulations, 19 states have stated they plan to sue to stop the rollback.

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What air pollution?

The administration’s new plan calls for holding 2020 fuel efficiency standards steady through 2026, undoing the plan for Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards to get stricter every year until 2025.

The Trump administration argues that a rollback of regulations would prevent fatalities by reducing car prices, leading people to buy automobiles that are newer and safer.

States fighting the plan allege that it will result in increased air pollution.

Trump makes the outrageous claim that cutting fuel efficiency will prevent fatalities. Nevermind that it will increase human breathing fatalities, and also use more oil.

The Guardian: 8/2/18: A suspected Russian spy has been working undetected in the heart of the American embassy in Moscow.

Two investigators from the US Department of State’s Regional Security Office (RSO) sounded the alarm in January 2017, but the Secret Service did not launch a full-scale inquiry of its own.

Instead, it decided to let her go quietly months later, possibly to contain any potential embarrassment.

“The Secret Service is trying to hide the breach by firing [her],” a source said. “The damage was already done but the senior management of the Secret Service did not conduct any internal investigation to assess the damage.

The Secret Service attempted to downplay the significance of her role. The state department said it would not comment.

The discovery of a suspected FSB mole on its staff within the US embassy in Moscow could have severe consequences for the safety of other Secret Service staff and those it is mandated to protect.

The Guardian has been told the name of the suspected spy and her job title within the agency.

With a role that gave her an insight into ongoing Secret Service investigations, the woman had access to the Secret Service intranet, its internal email and its counterfeit-money tracking system.

The state department alerted the Secret Service in January 2017and at least nine high-ranking Secret Service officials became aware of the findings.

The potential breach was not reported to any of the congressional intelligence or oversight committees.

“The US Congress is focusing on Russian hackers when it is possible that all of the information they needed to get into the system came from the internal breach in the Secret Service,” a source said.

This is what happens when there is no sane leadership, and experienced staff repeatedly quits, or is fired and replaced by new, inexperienced staff (or sometimes not replaced at all).

There, we have one day of your life under Trump.

Based on Trump’s erratic and mercurial history, we only can be sure of one thing: Tomorrow will be worse.

Rodger Malcolm Mitchell
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37 thoughts on “A day of your life under Trump

  1. The global warming/freezing/erosion/species destruction is only getting started. People attracted to bad news will never be able to tear away from their TVs.


  2. President Trump’s inarticulate defense
    In recent weeks, though, the main defense of Trump has been, essentially, that all his words amount to nothing. That he’s confused when he speaks, and in any case the words he says are meaningless.


    The (Updated), secret GOP checklist of Presidential requirements. Know anyone?


  3. Don’t worry. When the gov. shuts down like it did for a week under Obama, everything continues except parks and museums and national monuments. Everyone gets back pay, and all essential services continue. Trump is asking for start up money, like a typical businessman would, for the wall. Then he will get it returned thru fair trading with Mexico. (Basically he’s already made up the cost of it thru renegotiation with NATO and tariffs but we have to keep our projects separate like a good contractor would.) He’s made that clear.

    And Acosta was so rude to Sarah Sanders. As a woman, I find him to have disrespect for conservative women, especially successful ones. You know how we have “truth in advertising”? Well we need “truth in reporting”. Did you know that not one channel except FOX covered the caskets coming home from South Korea with Mike Pence speaking? That is called suppressing the news. They do that in communist countries. That was a heartwarming story that all channels should have covered, but I guess it didn’t fit their narrative which is: Trump Is Bad. Suppression, omission, and opinions is what we are getting from MSM–not news.

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    1. So Trump is threatening a shutdown that is meaningless? Typical Trump.

      You should read this: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/03/us/politics/trump-foreign-policy.html?emc=edit_th_180804&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=650732540804

      Fortunately, we have an honest, intelligent, compassionate President, who does not lie, and does not insult people, and never, ever would hurt innocent children, no matter what their skin color. Right?

      And yes, to Sarah Sanders, asking her a simple “Yes, No” question must sound so rude, especially when your boss has spent two years insulting every medium except Fox and Breitbart. Not rude, is he?

      But, since Trump already “made up the cost of the Wall thru renegotiation with NATO and tariffs,” one must wonder why he now has to threaten to shut down the government. Why?

      Thank heavens Putin and Russia didn’t interfere with the election, and Kim got rid of his nukes, and the bad Iran deal no longer is any kind of deal, because . . . uh, I fogot what was accomplished.

      And as for disrespecting woman, I’m happy our President respects women so much he grabs them by the pussy (his word), cheated on all THREE of his wives, and had a hooker while his third wife was giving birth. She seems happy.

      Odd how I saw those caskets on both the networks I watch, ABC and NBS, and also on my local newspaper. I guess you don’t see any of those. Just see FOX, huh?

      And let’s not discuss the record turnover in this administration – all those people whom Trump hired, and who quit or were fired for being incompetent, lying asses. I guess the boss hired people just like him.

      I wonder why Trump is so desperate to get rid of Mueller. An innocent man would welcome the investigation to prove his innocence.

      Thankfully, most of the nation is not so stupid as to believe what a serial liar says, which is why things will be a bit different after the mid-term elections, and especially after Mueller finishes his investigation.

      I’m sorry you have drunk the Kool-Aid. But that’s what happens to cult followers. The truth is invisible to them: Trump is the most corrupt President in U.S. history.


      1. You went off track with your response. I was responding to your article not everything that has happened since the election started. That would take too long. I watched the ceremony and switched channels on TV not in the newspaper or internet and it should have been covered by other channels LIVE but its wasn’t so; therefore, they didn’t want any heartfelt news getting out. I’m sure all channels would of covered it if Obama brought those caskets home. That was my point. And you know it’s true. But continue preaching to your choir.

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        1. I responded to your comments.

          Meanwhile, here is a perfect description of the Trump administration: “The reality is that for every parent that is not located, there will be a permanently orphaned child and that is 100 percent the responsibility of the administration,” U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw.

          That is the man you support.


          1. You go off track. My comments never mentioned Mueller, Putin, illegals at the border, Trump’s marriages or his administration. If I commented on those topics, then respond. I only commented on Sanders, news suppression, and explained how shut downs aren’t harmful. Some things aren’t worth commenting on.


  4. Another day, more Trump headlines:

    1. Trump To Decide Whether To Meet With Mueller Within 10 Days, Giuliani Says
    Trump continues to deride Mueller’s probe as a “Rigged Witch Hunt” and reportedly believes an interview with the special counsel would help bring it to an end.
    (If he has “done nothing wrong,” as he claims, why the reluctance?

    2. Pompeo says North Korea is violating its denuclearization promise
    President Trump tweeted a thank-you to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un early Thursday for “keeping your word.”
    (As usual, “great negotiator” totally conned by Kim.)

    3. Judge rejects Trump proposal for ACLU to find migrant parents
    Judge says, “For every parent that is not located, there will be a permanently orphaned child, and that is 100 percent the responsibility of the administration.”
    (Bigot’s cruelty to brown children is 100% Trump.)

    4. Trump campaign aide reportedly interacted with alleged Kremlin agent in 2016
    Alleged Russian agent Mariia Butina, who has been charged with conspiracy and illegally acting as an agent of the Kremlin, contacted a former Trump campaign aide named J.D. Gordon shortly before the 2016 election.
    (Russia here, Russia there, Russia everywhere in Trumpland.)

    5. China threatens more tariffs if Trump further escalates trade war
    China will impose new tariffs ranging from 5 to 25 percent on American goods worth $60 billion, Beijing said Friday, if the Trump administration follows through on its threat to impose new U.S. tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese products.
    (A senseless trade war, hurting Americans more than China.)

    6. Trump tweets attack on LeBron James, CNN’s Don Lemon
    “Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon,” President Trump tweeted late Friday. “He made Lebron look smart, which isn’t easy to do. I like Mike!”
    (Just plain stupid. Are you watching, Sarah?)


    1. So long as you’re asking . . .

      My financial life is better. I’m in the 1%. But for other people, life is much worse.

      The gap between the rich and the rest has widened, which means the rich have more power and the rest have less. Obamacare, which helped the poor, has been decimated. Innocent children have been taken from their parents.

      The climate is changing for the worse, and Trump is doing nothing to slow it. The air pollution will get worse if he has his way.

      Banks are being allowed to steal, again. Kim has gained international prestige, and North Korea has been allowed to continue building nukes, while we stopped training our navy. America is far more hated than ever.

      The Russians have been encouraged by a weak President, to continue their war on the U.S. Food and other prices will rise because we are in a stupid trade war.

      Women have been abused by the nation’s leader, with no recourse. NATO is weaker. The Republican Party is the party of the rich. The 1st Amendment is under attack. Iran is stronger.

      Turkey is now an enemy. Hate groups, like the KKK and white supremacists, have been encouraged. And we have an obstructer of justice, serial liar, compulsive bully, bigot, multiple adulterer, whoremonger, and criminal for a President.

      There’s more, but the above is what learned at the crooked Trump University.


  5. So how has Trump made life worse for YOU? You are assuming all the above for others. Just one thing. Name it. You can’t play the bleeding heart card. It doesn’t work for me. Most of what you say is up for debate so how has he ruined your life?


    1. My life is fine. So, in your mind, if the upper 1% is O.K., that’s all that matters? To hell with everyone else in America, right? Typical GOP.

      For you, this is no problem: ““The reality is that for every parent that is not located, there will be a permanently orphaned child, and that is 100 percent the responsibility of the administration.” U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw Hey,, they’re just Mexican kids, Right?

      You have substantiated that the GOP is the party of the rich, which is what America is now learning. November will tell the story for you selfish b*st*rds. Classic Trump follower. “Me, me, me, me, me. Truly disgusting.


      1. You are like a typical Hollywood elite. You feel guilty and want the government to care for all the poor and sick to alleviate your guilt. Maybe you should try volunteering at a hospital or in a soup kitchen like me (as a selfish GOP) has done. Personally I know of no one unemployed right now but I did know some before Trump won. I’m happy for everyone I know having a job and getting raises and their 401K soaring even if they are Democrats. That makes me happy. Fact is the Democrats have more money: Hollywood, New York, DC, Soros, Zuckerberg, and others. But the old and tired “Republicans only care about the rich” comment lives on. Trump cares more about the forgotten man and the working man than any Democrat candidate ever has. And as far as my opinions on all the other stuff you bring up, read some of my blogs. Too long to repeat.


        1. “You feel guilty and want the government to care for all the poor and sick to alleviate your guilt.”
          You don’t know the difference between guilt and compassion, perhaps because you feel neither.

          “Maybe you should try volunteering at a hospital or in a soup kitchen like me (as a selfish GOP) has done.”
          You claim to be charitable, yet you feel contempt for the “poor and sick,” and don’t want the government to help them. Your claim is “fake news.”

          “Personally I know of no one unemployed right now but I did know some before Trump won.”
          Wonderful research. No one is unemployed?? The economy grew for 8 years under Obama. Trump’s trade wars will end that.

          “I’m happy for everyone I know having a job and getting raises and their 401K soaring even if they are Democrats.
          More wonderful research. “Everyone” has a job and getting raises and their 401K soaring?? Your claim of “happiness” is BS and you know it. The only thing that makes you happy is criticizing the poor for being poor. Admit it.

          “That makes me happy.”
          Really? So, why don’t the “poor and sick” make you sad? Why don’t children who have intentionally been orphaned by Trump make you sad? Why don’t the students cheated by Trump University make you sad? Why don’t the women whose pussies (his word) have been grabbed by Trump make you sad? Why doesn’t his incessant lying make you sad?

          “Fact is the Democrats have more money: Hollywood, New York, DC, Soros, Zuckerberg, and others. But the old and tired ‘Republicans only care about the rich’ comment lives on.”
          That’s a fake “fact,” but if it were true, it merely would say that rich Democrats care more about the poor than do the Republicans. Something for you to boast about??

          “Trump cares more about the forgotten man and the working man than any Democrat candidate ever has.”
          Is that why he repeatedly cheated his poor workers out of their wages? Is that why his tax cut focused on helping the rich, and he repeatedly tries to cut medical help for the poor? Is that why his charitable foundation, to which he gave nothing, was fined for not giving to charity? What exactly has Trump done for the poor?

          “And as far as my opinions on all the other stuff you bring up, read some of my blogs. Too long to repeat.”
          If the above is an example of what your blog says, I don’t have time for defenders of selfish, lying, criminals. Each day more facts emerge to show that Trump is the most corrupt President in American history. You and your hero may now return to the most important Presidential job of the day: Stupid tweets insulting everyone, most recently LeBron James.

          You still back Trump despite everything, yet even Melania doesn’t. Does she know something you don’t?


  6. As a company owner for 38 years that supported many families, I know a lot about corporate tax cuts and how they generate more hiring. The employees got a tax cut too. It was a win, win. Always gave them a good health plan without being forced to. Never have guilt only compassion otherwise wouldn’t have volunteered in spare time.

    You just have hate for the president that won’t go away. He could “find” a cure for cancer and you’d say he “stole” it from someone. No need to continue this tit for tat. It’s going no where. Enjoy your day.

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    1. “You just have hate for the president that won’t go away.”
      Mueller will change that, which is why Trump is so terrified. Trump hates Mueller, FBI, CIA, Attorney General. Crooks always hate the law.

      “As a company owner for 38 years . . . ” How many times did you go bankrupt? How many employees did you cheat out of their wages? How many scam businesses did you open? How many times did you grab women by their pussies? How many insulting tweets did you send? How much charity money did you use for your own purposes? How many children did you intentionally turn into orphans? How many lies do you tell every hour of every day?

      If your answers to the above are “None,” why do you support someone who is morally beneath you to be your leader?


      1. Trump was a known playboy when we hired him. We didn’t hire him for his personal life–just his business savvy and the fact that he funded his own campaign. He was the only one that had the guts to, and is, bringing this country back from the abyss. The rest of the candidates talked a big story but are cowards. Read my essay entitled “When Did Trump Fall From Grace?” Or the “Wonder If Trump is right and you’re all wrong.”

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        1. ” . . . bringing this country back from the abyss.”
          Uh, I hate to mention facts to a Trump supporter, but this country was “coming back from the Republican abyss” for all eight years of the Obama administration. Trump’s one act was to pass a tax cut for the rich.

          His “business savvy was to take his daddy’s money and to go bankrupt at least four times (who does that??), and to cheat his employees out of their salaries. Then to open the criminal Trump University. That’s what you call “business savvy”? Yikes!

          And you really think Trump funded his own campaign. OMG, you Trumpies will believe any nonsense. Read this before you embarrass yourself, further: https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2018/01/trump-donors-1-year-later/

          You seem like a moral person. How can you continue to support the most immoral President in American history? Everyone has made moral mistakes. No one is perfect. But dear Lord, that man has no morals whatsoever. Is there no limit to what you will accept?


          1. Ask Mike Huckabee the same question. Regarding “what has Trump done for the poor?” 3.9 million less on food stamps since he became president. It’s a fact. You like Obama better. Got it. But you have bought into ALL Hillary’s and Rubio’s talking points from the campaign, most of which are wrong or irrelevant. For example, it takes an experienced businessman with successes and failures to know how to avoid failures in the future. Duh. It’s called life experience which the Democrats have none. Trump relaxed most of the stiff regulations on companies so they could do business again. Another fact. Obama put the regulations on.

            We are way past campaign rhetoric at this point, however. But it is humorous to still hear the same ol’ same ol’ campaign slogans. Continue those in November and see how that works. People believe what their own eyes are showing them not what is reiterated daily on the fake stream media. Russia, Russia, Russia, not well, not well, not well, blue wave, blue wave, blue wave, impeach, impeach, impeach, resist, resist, resist.


          2. Every time I prove one of your statements wrong, you move on to more false claims. It’s as though you are completely blind and deaf to what Trump really is. This is the sign of a cult member, who cannot see the leader’s evil.

            In your last comment, you said Trump “funded his own campaign.” It was wrong, but it was what Trump told his followers, so you bought into it. The fact that you now know it was a lie has not made any difference to you. I’m sure tomorrow, you will keep telling people that Trump funded his own campaign.

            Facts do not penetrate the brains of Trump followers.

            Now today, you claim Trump reduced the number of people on food stamps. Exactly, what did he do to accomplish that? Anything?

            Look at this graph. https://fred.stlouisfed.org/graph/fredgraph.png?g=kMq3

            The red line is food stamps. The blue line is poverty. An eight-year Obama trend, that Trump benefitted from.

            Then came your most laughable comment yet: “It takes an experienced businessman with successes and failures to know how to avoid failures in the future.”

            Here are facts you will ignore: Trump failed in Atlantic City and went bankrupt. Having learned nothing, he failed again and went bankrupt again.

            Again, having learned nothing, he failed and went bankrupt a third time. Then, still having learned nothing, he went bankrupt a fourth time. Then, having learned nothing, he went bankrupt a fifth time, and then a sixth time.

            Six bankruptcies (Who does that?) and he “knows how to avoid failures???

            But wait, having learned repeatedly nothing, he opened Trump University, a thoroughly dishonest business, and not only failed, but had to pay a $25 million fine. And still having learned nothing from his previous experiences, he cheated on his taxes and had to pay a fine for his Trump Foundation.

            Is it any wonder no bank in America will do business with him, and he had to go to Russia to get money?

            You wrote, “Trump relaxed most of the stiff regulations on companies so they could do business again.” Do business again??? The economy had grown for 8 years with those regulations, the purpose of which were to protect consumers.

            All Trump did was make it easier for crooked businessmen, like him, to cheat the public.

            Finally, you complain about “Russia, Russia, Russia.” You do realize, don’t you, that Russia attacked our democracy by interfering with our elections. A normal American patriot would be furious at Russia. Instead, Trump followers are furious at the people doing the investigation.

            Stop defending the indefensible. Open your eyes. Trump is everything described here: https://mythfighter.com/2017/03/26/the-secret-gop-checklist-of-presidential-requirements-know-anyone/


  7. “So how has Trump made life worse for YOU?”

    I don’t feel like anyone is in charge of the government. I feel like we’re going backwards. I feel lies on top of lies. I feel a lot. Life and feelings go hand in hand. How do you feel, or is it a matter of material stuff, your money or food or your living conditions? The inside is just as important as the outside. Feelings count more than the material world.


  8. Blau blau blau, Yawn. You didn’t prove anything to me. I don’t open links. But keep up your research. My research is lifetime of commonsense of knowing who and what to believe. If it walks like a duck, and quacks like one too, its a duck. You are still repeating old campaign garbage. You need new material. Try to look at the positive our president has done since taking office. Don’t look for things in the past. You didn’t care about Obama’s past or Hillary’s so try to be more of an equal opportunity criticizer. I thought you Dems cared about everyone being treated equal. And in answer to your one current question. He got people employed. Period.

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    1. 118 words and not a single fact. And, you say, “You didn’t prove anything to me. I don’t open links.” That tells it all.

      You do not want to look at facts. They might influence your closed mind. On second thought, probably not.

      Stay ignorant, my friend,


      1. What’s the point of giving you facts when you ignore them? Read “The Russian Hoax’ or ‘Liars, Leakers, and Liberals” It will educate you, since you called me close minded and ignorant. The left always resorts to name calling when they are losing a debate. Never fails. Do you approve of Antifa? If your answer is “yes”, that explains a lot. Stay misinformed. We’ll revisit this after the election.

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        1. Yes, Russian interference is a hoax, and Trump never lies.
          Also, global warming is a Chinese hoax, Trump never groped those women, Mexicans are criminals and rapists, and tax cuts for the rich help the poor.

          I learned that at honest Trump University.
          So Mr. Trump, please tell me what to believe, so I don’t have to think or bother with facts (other than what Fax & friends tells me), because being religious, I don’t care if my leader cheats on all three of his wives, cheats his employees out of their salaries, and cheats creditors so only the Russians will lend to him.

          Really, who needs a moral leader, or intelligent leader when you can have the most corrupt, stupid President in American history?




  9. Direct quote from a Republican, in today’s Chicago Tribune:

    Alienating African Americans and Hispanics beyond redemption? Check.
    Raising a generation of young voters who are fleeing the GOP in droves? Check.
    Age-old beefs, juvenile complaints, and ego bruises taking center stage while the world burns? Check.
    Playing public footsie with white supremacists and neo-Nazis? Check. Blistering pig-ignorance about the economy and the world? Check.
    Shredding the last iota of the GOP’s credibility as a party that cares about debt, deficits, and fiscal probity? Check


  10. . “He got people employed. Period.”

    He had nothing to do with it. People lost jobs too. The economy these days is a separate function from the White House; it is affected primarily by world events, not Trump.

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      1. No, it isn’t, because this whom the cult followers support:

        Liar, Mean-spirited, Misogynist, Unfaithful, Adulterer, Coward, Stupid, Breaks promises, Denies obvious facts, Immoral, Obstructs justice, Admires dictators, Dishonest, Hatemonger, Nativist, Scammer, Crook, Petty, Fake religionist, Conspiracy theorist, Bully, Criminal, Corrupt, Learning disability, Leaker, Conspires with the enemy, Collaborates with the enemy, Buck passer, Dirty, Cruel, Lazy, Unstable, Anti-science, Anti-black, Anti-brown, Anti-Muslim, Anti-gay, Anti-truth, Arrogant, Inexperienced, Hypocrite, Braggart, Incompetent, Unreliable, Nepotist, Disloyal, Traitor, Greedy, Con artist, Weakling, Whoremonger, Obese, Conflicts of interest, Uncharitable, Immature, Bigot, Takes from the poor; gives to the rich, Anti-environment, Anti-civil rights, Climate change denier, Admitted “pussy grabber”, Maligner, Self-congratulatory, Draft dodger, Unqualified, Crude

        Worst President in American history.


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