doesn't  matter what Trump says, everything subject to change

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doesn't matter what Trump says, everything subject to change
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Old 01-18-2017, 04:53 PM
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January 20th everyone is in for a big surprise including congress and his cabinet. Hang on, this will be a WILL RIDE!

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January 20th everyone is in for a big surprise including congress and his cabinet. Hang on, this will be a WILL RIDE!
It's definitely going to be a fun few months (that's all I'm giving him now), until he either voluntarily quits or his hauled out by his yellow comb-over...kicking and screaming.
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So, let me get this straight. Everyone on here has had to change his or her mind about something that they said about anything. Am I right? Why should anyone in any office not be allowed to do the same when 1) either something beyond their control changes, or 2) they listen and decide that something else will benefit everyone more? Seems to me that we have had the problem of the Dem way, Obama way, or the highway for the last 8 years. THAT, to me, is far from "working together to do what is best for the people". Instead, they have let party lines cloud everything that needed to be done....sometimes on BOTH sides of the aisle. Politicians long ago lost sight of what their jobs were SUPPOSED to be and who their employers are.

Maybe plenty would get fixed if we would fix both houses of Congress first. Derail the gravy train and then hide and watch how soon everything improves.
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Old 01-19-2017, 06:41 AM
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So, let me get this straight. Everyone on here has had to change his or her mind about something that they said about anything. Am I right? Why should anyone in any office not be allowed to do the same when 1) either something beyond their control changes, or 2) they listen and decide that something else will benefit everyone more? Seems to me that we have had the problem of the Dem way, Obama way, or the highway for the last 8 years. THAT, to me, is far from "working together to do what is best for the people". Instead, they have let party lines cloud everything that needed to be done....sometimes on BOTH sides of the aisle. Politicians long ago lost sight of what their jobs were SUPPOSED to be and who their employers are.

Maybe plenty would get fixed if we would fix both houses of Congress first. Derail the gravy train and then hide and watch how soon everything improves.
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You are 100% correct.

Only in politics would reconsidering another position be a bad thing.
Progressives fail because they believe themselves to be superior and absolute in thinking that even when a choice proves disastrous they continue forward not understanding the consequence of their decisions Examples abound with these social justice warriors

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Dear Guest:

You are 100% correct.

Only in politics would reconsidering another position be a bad thing.
Progressives fail because they believe themselves to be superior and absolute in thinking that even when a choice proves disastrous they continue forward not understanding the consequence of their decisions Examples abound with these social justice warriors

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BECAUSE they're women and minorities who are emotional people devoid of logic. Deluded by equality.

I'm NOT saying the R party is any better...they suck in their own way. They're deluded by religion.
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Obama received a surprise this morning:
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Old 01-19-2017, 08:12 AM
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January 20th everyone is in for a big surprise including congress and his cabinet. Hang on, this will be a WILL RIDE!
It should be interesting to say the least.
 

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