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« on: July 30, 2017, 04:30:48 pm »

In debate #3, Chris Wallace asked Trump if he would accept the results of the election.  He said "maybe" - and was blasted by both the left and right.   They all piled up on him saying basically that whoever wins an election, they must be accepted so that they can do their job.

With Trump, that has not been the case at all.  Before the election, VERY few people expected Trump to win (other than me).  Once he did win, the attacks began, en masse, and have not ceased for one day since November 8, 2016. 

This goes against the foundations of democracy.  What is the point of having free elections if people are not going to accept the results? 

It's really disgusting, unethical, and wrong.

Am I not thrilled with a lot of what Trump says and does.. but of all the candidates we had to choose from, he was the best.   I challenge anybody to name a better presidential choice from the pool of candidates we were given.   The problem is.. nobody in their right mind would run for president to begin with. 

.. and to cut to the chase... I would never have children, because this country and the world are going right down the toilet.. and there is no way to prevent that.  It would be nice if the world could go another 50 years without failing, but at this point, I don't think it will be that long.  The population is growing at an exponential rate (there are more people alive NOW than have died in the entire history of the planet).  Economies around the world are failing, insane countries such as Pakistan, India, North Korea, and Iran already have or will be fully nuclear weapon capable within a few years. 

It's sort of like being in a canoe in a river with a waterfall.  Trump is doing his best to row against the flow and avoid the waterfall.  The moonbats are doing the opposite, heading directly towards the waterfall.  Obama's 8 year regime in which he occupied the White House greately accelerated the ultimate doom. 

Meanwhile, we have a billion or so Muslims thinking like they are in the stone age. 
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« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2017, 04:47:54 pm »

That's part of the job.  If you don't want to take a beating in the press then don't run for President.  Every President deals with this.  Trump get it a little harder than most but that's because all he does it lie.

How many times did he tell us on the campaign trail that he had a great healthcare plan?  He refused to show it to us but promised he had one.  It's now 7 months later and we have seen nothing.  He whines on Twitter but he hasn't offered up any plan whatsoever other then to let ObamaCare "implode" (even though he is blowing it up).
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« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2017, 05:39:00 pm »

That's part of the job.  If you don't want to take a beating in the press then don't run for President.  Every President deals with this.  Trump get it a little harder than most but that's because all he does it lie.

How many times did he tell us on the campaign trail that he had a great healthcare plan?  He refused to show it to us but promised he had one.  It's now 7 months later and we have seen nothing.  He whines on Twitter but he hasn't offered up any plan whatsoever other then to let ObamaCare "implode" (even though he is blowing it up).

That is complete crap.  NO president has ever been attacked the way Trump is being attacked.. and it began the instant he was elected.. 3 months before he was inaugurated. He got it a LOT harder.  Sheik Barack Osama got an 8 year free pass.. beginning with a Nobel Peace Prize before he sat his ass in the Oval Office.  
Trump is certainly more honest than Obama, Bush, Clinton, or Bush Sr.  

Obviously, you have no clue how bills are created and passed.  A president can propose legislation, but writes none of it, he only signs the final product.  It basically starts in the House to be written and voted on, then handed over to the Senate to be re-written and voted on, and then back to the House to be voted on.. then to the desk of the president.  
 
Also.. Trump is not blowing it up.. Obamacare failed before Trump ever took office.   I assume you would like the House and Senate to vote on bail out bills to temporarily keep Obamacare going, even though it would further bankrupt the country.. which has already had it's debt DOUBLED to $20 Trillion - which is $64,000 for every citizen of the USA that is impossible to ever pay off.  So what do you do when you have a debt that is impossible to ever pay off?   Go bail out Obamacare and add another few hundred billion to the debt.  

https://youtu.be/FFroMQlKiag

and the Obama version...  as we know, Obama circumvented the Senate and House by issuing a slew of "Executive Orders" like a dictator.
https://youtu.be/JUDSeb2zHQ0?t=8


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« Reply #3 on: July 30, 2017, 06:21:43 pm »

Here you go disrespecting our President again.  Trump promised hundreds of times of times to repeal and replace ObamaCare.  He said it would be very easy in fact.  I'm really getting tired of you coming here constantly and accusing him of lying.  It's disrespectful.

If ObamaCare already failed then why is still the law?  If it failed it would be easy to repeal.  The fact is that Republicans LOVE ObamaCare.  They can't do any better than this.
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« Reply #4 on: July 31, 2017, 11:27:47 am »

Leftists attack Trump 1,000 times more than righties attacked Obama. 
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« Reply #5 on: July 31, 2017, 03:12:10 pm »

Here you go disrespecting our President again.  Trump promised hundreds of times of times to repeal and replace ObamaCare.  He said it would be very easy in fact.  I'm really getting tired of you coming here constantly and accusing him of lying.  It's disrespectful.

If ObamaCare already failed then why is still the law?  If it failed it would be easy to repeal.  The fact is that Republicans LOVE ObamaCare.  They can't do any better than this.

You must not pay attention to the news.   AFTER that spectacle in the Senate on Friday.. in which McCain did a flip-flop and stabbed the Republican Party in the back.. and the Moonbats celebrated.. and Mitch McConnell essentially gave up..   Trump pulled several Republicans into his office.. and the vote to repeal is once again alive.   Trump is very skilled at persuading people.  I recognize some of the techniques he uses. 
One thing that does surprise me is not ONE of the democrat senators has dared to break from the pack and vote with the Republicans. 
It's disgusting that the Senate is so polarized.
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« Reply #6 on: July 31, 2017, 03:14:46 pm »

Leftists attack Trump 1,000 times more than righties attacked Obama. 

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« Reply #7 on: July 31, 2017, 03:16:55 pm »

Leftists attack Trump 1,000 times more than righties attacked Obama. 

Not just the volume of attacks.. but the intensity is much more severe as well.  

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« Reply #8 on: July 31, 2017, 08:31:30 pm »

A president with a 32-38% approval rating should expect constant criticism from all sides until he proves he has real leadership skills and is loyal to the American people. The current president hasn't done either of those things; therefore, he is being rightfully criticized. The American people are not going to blindly follow an incompetent blatant liar and coward, which are the only characteristics this president has shown us so far. Maybe things will change and maybe he will become more presidential and will stop being a coward and a liar, but for right now that's all he's shown us.
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« Reply #9 on: July 31, 2017, 11:15:47 pm »

A president with a 32-38% approval rating should expect constant criticism from all sides until he proves he has real leadership skills and is loyal to the American people. The current president hasn't done either of those things; therefore, he is being rightfully criticized. The American people are not going to blindly follow an incompetent blatant liar and coward, which are the only characteristics this president has shown us so far. Maybe things will change and maybe he will become more presidential and will stop being a coward and a liar, but for right now that's all he's shown us.

Wrong.  The polls are garbage.. but even if they were legitimate...   the attacks began the instant Trump was elected - so obviously they are the product of Trump haters / moonbats and not the result of anything Trump did or did not do. 
If you want a real poll.. take a look at the stock market. 
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« Reply #10 on: August 01, 2017, 02:20:41 am »

But doesn't Trump put himself out there for ridicule?  Look at the way he behaves?  He told police to "rough up" people they were arresting! 

Police brutality is a serious issue in this country.  Nobody benefits from cops acting like jerks.

If he behaved like a civil human being there would be far fewer attacks.
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