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Old 08-31-2017, 05:49 AM
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Spot on. Congress (The Establishment) has a 17% approval rating. They cannot pass a budget as our Constitution requires but personally many of them became (mysteriously) excessively wealthy, way beyond what could be amased, considering their wages earned. PelosiD) Let's pass the bill (Obamacare) so we can then read it and find out what's in it. McConnellR) The President (Trump) has "excessive expectations" about the pace of congressional progress. These, supposed, but mistakenly considered intelligent lawmakers, on both sides, comprise the Good Ole Boys & Girls Establishment that Trump threatens. Wouldn't we all like a job that would give us full retirement in a few years of work, and be able to determine our own salary, medical benefit and retirement. Clinton, Bush, Obama, Hillary, and complacent voters condoned a Congress that has fallen to a ridiculous 17% approval rating. Trump, like him or not, represents a movement to stop this decline in acceptable governing. If Trump cannot get the job done do not believe the movement will end there. You may or may not like the man, but the movement he has started will continue to grow with or without him.
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His history in construction and building served well to organize the re over from this disaster. He did not go there to comfort or show empathy. He went to organize recovery work which is far more important.

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This may be the new most expensive storm. This could make Katrina pale in comparison. This isn't the ghetto flooding...building supplies will be going up. Gas will be going up. There are 12 (?) refineries closed and many of the workers are displaced. This storm will create widespread problems. Houston is the nations 4th largest city. The debt ceiling will rise again.
 
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