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Old 08-30-2017, 03:17 PM
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From Texas to Tokyo the world is in need of solutions and the progressives on this thread are obsessed about 6" high heels . Sounds like Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Waters thinking to me.

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From Texas to Tokyo the world is in need of solutions and the progressives on this thread are obsessed about 6" high heels . Sounds like Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Waters thinking to me.

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From Texas to Tokyo the world is in need of solutions and the progressives on this thread are obsessed about 6" high heels . Sounds like Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Waters thinking to me.



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Didn't you know Vogue is now considered a lib news source?


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Old 08-30-2017, 05:20 PM
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Yes he IS a figurehead...all presidents are. The work goes on in the background, the presidents job is to "sell it".
So far he hasn't been able to sell anything. Zero legislative achievements, and that is with a Republican congress. His big claim to fame is he alienates and offends just about everyone, including members of his own party.
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40 losing lottery tickets or a hat...tough call for you.

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Old 08-30-2017, 05:34 PM
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From Texas to Tokyo the world is in need of solutions and the progressives on this thread are obsessed about 6" high heels . Sounds like Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Waters thinking to me.

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Republicans are the ones who create the disasters in the first place, allowing untrammelled building on floodplains without zoning, without creating retention ponds, ignoring climate science. This is the 3rd "500 year flood" in the last three years. And YOU are paying for it.
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So far he hasn't been able to sell anything. Zero legislative achievements, and that is with a Republican congress. His big claim to fame is he alienates and offends just about everyone, including members of his own party.
It may be a republican congress in name only.

They are the establishment. And the establishment is as anti Trump as much as the dems and the media and the long, LONG list of parrots.

Trump is everything the establishment is not and does not want.
Trump is a threat to the establishment.
The establishment, both R & D have the hands of their special interest groups in their pockets. The special interest groups do not want the establishment disrupted for the same reason.
The media is definitely run and owned by wealthy crony establishment who do not want the status quo disrupted.

So all the powers that be are predominantly the establishment.

Does anybody with half a brain have to work very hard at why Trump is always on the spot? Always blocked at every turn? Minimalized at every opportunity?

The crony establishment constituency....they just do and believe what ever their party tells them....both R&D.
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Old 08-30-2017, 06:56 PM
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It may be a republican congress in name only.

They are the establishment. And the establishment is as anti Trump as much as the dems and the media and the long, LONG list of parrots.

Trump is everything the establishment is not and does not want.
Trump is a threat to the establishment.
The establishment, both R & D have the hands of their special interest groups in their pockets. The special interest groups do not want the establishment disrupted for the same reason.
The media is definitely run and owned by wealthy crony establishment who do not want the status quo disrupted.

So all the powers that be are predominantly the establishment.

Does anybody with half a brain have to work very hard at why Trump is always on the spot? Always blocked at every turn? Minimalized at every opportunity?

The crony establishment constituency....they just do and believe what ever their party tells them....both R&D.
Yes...and foolishly...this includes voting exclusively D or R too.
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Republicans are the ones who create the disasters in the first place, allowing untrammelled building on floodplains without zoning, without creating retention ponds, ignoring climate science. This is the 3rd "500 year flood" in the last three years. And YOU are paying for it.
Hi Mell - hope you are enjoying central Florida!!

What filled in swamp was your home built on? I can't believe they did not stop building after YOUR home...how silly of them.

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Oh Mell - why not get a petition signed saying they should not build in the vacant land near your place. You should be able to enjoy it, and control it, even though you don't own it, because you are so much nicer than they are!

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Save the spotted owl - unless that fu(ker is roosting in Mell's yard!

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Mell would drive 1300 miles to protest air pollution!!

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It may be a republican congress in name only.

They are the establishment. And the establishment is as anti Trump as much as the dems and the media and the long, LONG list of parrots.

Trump is everything the establishment is not and does not want.
Trump is a threat to the establishment.
The establishment, both R & D have the hands of their special interest groups in their pockets. The special interest groups do not want the establishment disrupted for the same reason.
The media is definitely run and owned by wealthy crony establishment who do not want the status quo disrupted.

So all the powers that be are predominantly the establishment.

Does anybody with half a brain have to work very hard at why Trump is always on the spot? Always blocked at every turn? Minimalized at every opportunity?

The crony establishment constituency....they just do and believe what ever their party tells them....both R&D.
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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Old 08-30-2017, 09:48 PM
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He did not go to comfort victims. He went to make sure all agencies were working as expected and to learn if they needed any more federal assistance. And as to her shoes, you jerks, she changed clothes and shoes on the plane.

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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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