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Donald John Trump

Discussion in 'The Stump' started by Tamino, Jan 14, 2017.

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  1. denny

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    Remember this classic.?
    Trump and his band of White-Trash, NAZI's see a black person, and immediately brand the poor guy a "Protestor" and imply that he was paid to be there.
    The ONLY people that Ever paid a black person to be at a Trump rally was the Trump Organization.

    Black man removed from Trump rally turned out to be a supporter
     
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    This belongs here

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    He disrespects the entire 1st an 3rd Ranger Battalions

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  3. wkraft

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    Trump sometimes says things on the spur of the moment. I would try not to get too emotional about it. Too many people in our country are too focused on form and not function. Obama seemed to have a good form: talked nice and seemed dignified, but his function was horrendous: he undermined our entire energy sector, divided black, white, hispanic and every other race, demanded that ICE release hundreds of felons/murderers back into the community, I could go on and on. Trump, on the other hand, talks abrasively but got more work done in one day than Obama did in two terms, bringing tens of thousands of jobs back to America and slowing illegal immigration by 70-90 percent, and much, much more. McCain, although showing tenacity in a POW camp, has a constant habit of joining with the opposition to undermine 2nd Amendment rights and practically any other thing deemed "conservative." I consider him an enemy of our country, and did so long before Trump ever ran for office. You will find many on this website that disagree with you, and even more that don't want to turn this site into a political "war ground." So, let's please move on from this and do our duty of supporting any positive thing our Commander In Chief tries to do, and of praying for him in areas where he seems to be blowing it...and we will many times disagree on those times :). All the best!
     
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  4. Takao

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    And I was under the impression that only the Trump administration believes it's "alternative facts"...
     
  5. denny

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    He brought back Exactly What tens of thousands of Jobs, from where, and who are the employers.?
    I certainly did not vote for Obama, but.......HE caused division.?
    Trump has more people protesting against him than Breast Cancer and Aids combined.

    You are a complete moron.
    Oh Sorry Man.....that was just a "spur of the moment comment".....no need for you to get too emotional about it.
     
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    He's done nothing for Australia except give is uncertainty...And in this current climate of "despots" this approach is not helping anyone.
     
  7. lwd

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    So it would seem, indeed it would seem he says lots of things on the "spur of the emoment" or at least wants it to appear so.
    Bully for you.
    When taken with the above it is quite clear that you fail to understand that what a president says is to a large extent "function" not just form.
    Going on and on with unsubstantiated claims doesn't count for much though does it.
    Now if the shoe was on the other foot one could legitimately claim this was "false news" or more accurately just false and so clearly false that the term "lie" would seem applicable.
    The facts do not substantiate those claims rather the contrary. You are mistaking the pronouncements from someone who is not only a known and acknowledged liar but one who has advocated the same as being factual. That seems to lack a fair bit of reason to me.
    What does the first have to do with the second? Care to support the latter with some "real" facts?
    I think you will find that doesn't carry much weight here.
    I'm not at all sure the former is a duty I'd give it more thought if I could identify anything positive that he was actually trying to do. As for praying for him given that he has, starting from shortly after he was elected, refused to honor his obligations under the constitution I find praying for Congress to live up to its duty to remove him for the same more in line with my inclinations.
     
  8. wooley12

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    Thanks. I was wondering how anyone in the military could vote for the guy. And the rest of what you believe to be true is interesting. My personal opinion is colored by he and I being the same age and both of us raised in New York so after 40 years of hearing about him I know him too well. He has always been consistant in his M.O. I was no hillary fan but I didn't think the country needed a divider who promised to, well promised everything. so I held my nose. My own belief is is that one of jobs of the POTUS is to present a positive moral compass. I just don't see that in him.

    I would like you to tell me one thing that he has actually accomplished in a way that follows American Ideals. Or maybe thaat term is passe.
     
  9. Poppy

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    Ur on the payroll?
    I want a job too.
     
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    Yup. It actions, not words we should worry about.
    Ps sorry for minimal responses. Working off a 1x3 inch, 3 line response on phone.
    Just wait. I'll be black.
     
  11. Takao

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    Money for nothing and your chicks for free...
     
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    Were the original lyrics changed...there was a snowflake revolt with original lyrics...cant afford to watch video.
    On the bright side- we are accepting the unwanted immigrants of Trumps new policy .
    So I'm not that happy with the Donald. He kicked us in the nads regarding soft lumber.
    But all in all, he is doing a great job despite all the trash placed in front of him.
     
  13. Takao

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    1986 is in the pre-snowflake era. Nothing but the original lyrics, snf the opening is phenom.

    If you think he is doing a great job, we are willing to ship him of to Canada free of charge...
    He just brought back to-big-to-fail and all the other financial shenanigans that were responsible for the many financial disasters of the 2000's...That's not great
    The GOP Health Care Plan that is far worse than Obamacare...That's not great.
    The only foreign heads of state that like him are the Arabian ones, and that is because he gave them a military cornucopia...That's not great.
    He took us out of the Paris accords...That's not great.
    Where are those 50,000 mining jobs he claims to have created, when the BLS says that there are now 50,000 miners, no one was mining before POTUS Trump?...That's not great.

    Where is all of this Trump greatness? I am not seeing it.

    He has improved his golf game though, with all of those trips to the links...That;s great, but not if you are the POTUS, who is supposed to be running the country and not playing golf.
     
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    Merkel's G-20 Climate Alliance Is Crumbling

    The German chancellor had been hoping to isolate Donald Trump on climate issues at the upcoming G-20 summit in Hamburg. But Merkel's hoped-for alliance is crumbling, underscoring Germany's relative political weakness globally. Many countries are wary of angering the United States.[...]

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel had actually thought that Canada's young, charismatic prime minister, Justin Trudeau, could be counted among her reliable partners. Particularly when it came to climate policy. Just two weeks ago, at the G-7 summit in Sicily, he had thrown his support behind Germany. When Merkel took a confrontational approach to U.S. President Donald Trump, Trudeau was at her side.

    But by Tuesday evening, things had changed. At 8 p.m., Merkel called Trudeau to talk about how to proceed following Trump's announced withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement. To her surprise, the Canadian prime minister was no longer on the attack. He had switched to appeasement instead.[...]

    Britain and Japan no longer wanted to be part of it. British Prime Minister Theresa May didn't want to damage relations with Trump, since she would need him in the event of a hard Brexit, the Chancellery surmised last week. And given the tensions with North Korea, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe couldn't put his country's alliance with the U.S. at risk. In other words: Climate policy is great, but when it comes to national interests, it is secondary.[...]

    It is a defeat for Merkel, and not just when it comes to climate policy. It is also a setback for her claim to leadership on the global stage. Germany's geopolitical influence, the incident shows, remains limited. When it comes to power, security and interests, Germany is a not a global player, but a mid-sized power that isn't even able to keep Europe together.[...]

    America, it seems, will remain the world's power broker for the time being.
     
  15. Takao

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    Well now...That lasted all of 30 seconds.
    Trudeau disputes German magazine report that he feared ‘provoking’ Trump on climate change | Toronto Star
     
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    Careful and Forceful in Singapore

    At Singapore's Shangri-La Dialogue Asian security summit, U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis once again displayed his masterful mix of strong personal presence and measured tone as he articulated the Trump Administration's careful and forceful policy for addressing the region's security issues.

    Careful but forceful is required, for the east Asian littoral is a 21st century powder keg. [...]

    The U.S. has vital interests in the Asian littoral. Secretary Mattis made that clear. "The United States is a Pacific nation," he said, "both in geography and outlook." The Asia-Pacific region is "a priority region" for Washington.

    The Trump Administration intends to address regional issues through "military partnerships, robust investment and trade relationships, and close ties between the peoples of our countries."

    He addressed North Korea's "clear intent" to acquire nuclear-armed missiles. China recently made a "renewed commitment to work with the international community toward de-nuclearization," which made it a partner in ending North Korea's threat.

    In April, Vice President Mike Pence declared that denuclearizing the entire Korean peninsula is a Trump Administration objective. China now seems to share that goal. Mattis told the conference "...we believe China will come to recognize North Korea as a strategic liability, not an asset."

    Speaking directly to China, Mattis said the U.S. would "engage China diplomatically and economically to ensure our relationship is beneficial." That's a nice carrot for Beijing.

    But Mattis didn't shy from confronting China's South China Sea aggression. He declared the 2016 arbitration court ruling "is binding" and serves as a diplomatic "starting point" to peacefully manage regional disputes. That's careful, measured language --let's play by the rules and respect each other.

    However, Mattis mentioned, as if in passing, that for the first time the U.S. is giving Vietnam a retired U.S. Coast Guard cutter. That's a small but forceful stick waved at Beijing. He also said America will continue to support Taiwan. That's a bigger stick.

    Careful and forceful -- I strongly suspect we will see more of this over the next four years.
     
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    Why? Trump has denied more truths in 5 months than the Clintons' ever have.

    G-20 Climate Alliance dead? Not by a long shot.
    Map Shows Growing U.S. 'Climate Rebellion' Against Trump
    More states sign on to U.S. Climate Alliance to honor Paris agreement
    Which states have joined the climate alliance that commits to Paris agreement?

    As always, it is up to the States to clean up(pun intended) another Federal mess.
     
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    A few American states and cities making naive declarations, and that fake science guy have nothing to do with G-20.
    G-20 is a serious thing, and because of that traditional American allies will support the real world leader - the US, not the phoney one.
     
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    Look at the alarmist gore who predicted that MY would be under water by now. Etc etc etc. I'll try to put up link of original weather channel founder (scientist) schooling a CNN (talking head) about (fake) warming stats used by lefty.
    Ur a smart guy T, surely ur not fooled by the utter BS spewed by globalists...they have admitted it is a money transfer. ..only a fool thinks Man could alter what our Sun dictates.

    Ha. Today's Drudge headline was the opening of a new coalmine.
     
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