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Truth!!!

Imagine you have 25 years experience in your job. A new guy comes along and immediately begins to run circles around you. You had your boss convinced there were legitimate reasons why your not getting your work done. No excuses for the new guy he gets things done regardless of the hindrances or roadblocks in his way. Imagine your resentment, fear, and bitterness over your potential loss of job and power.

Now you know why Washington D.C. hates President Trump...
 

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Truth!!!

Imagine you have 25 years experience in your job. A new guy comes along and immediately begins to run circles around you. You had your boss convinced there were legitimate reasons why your not getting your work done. No excuses for the new guy he gets things done regardless of the hindrances or roadblocks in his way. Imagine your resentment, fear, and bitterness over your potential loss of job and power.

Now you know why Washington D.C. hates President Trump...
All while you’re sabotaging him at every turn.
 

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Truth!!!

Imagine you have 25 years experience in your job. A new guy comes along and immediately begins to run circles around you. You had your boss convinced there were legitimate reasons why your not getting your work done. No excuses for the new guy he gets things done regardless of the hindrances or roadblocks in his way. Imagine your resentment, fear, and bitterness over your potential loss of job and power.

Now you know why Washington D.C. hates President Trump...
And what really pisses them off is he knows fullwell their game and how to beat it. Or if you'd prefer how to win at it. They taught him how their rules work allowing him to several steps ahead at every turn.......MAGA;)
 
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It's a preposterous argument anyway, because anything positive the President does creates a political gain.....

Why are none of the democrats asking these same questions of Obama's investigation into Trump which was soley for political gain? They found no crimes with Trump or the campaign, and in fact the IG found the investigation to be based on completely false and malfeasant ground to begin with.

Look at how many dozens of hours of testimony were taken over a 5 minute meeting that Don Jr had with some Russian lady in Trump tower... But Trump can't even ask about Biden's kid getting Millions of dollars from a foreign company in an industry he has no experience in? in a country he doesn't even speak the language of?

The idea that being a rival to the incumbent makes you immune from scrutiny is beyond laughable. That certainly wasn't extended to Trump with investigations done against him.

Trump never said to secretly investigate Biden, nor to break laws to do so. He simply raised the question that there was clearly some very questionable dealings between Burisma and the Bidens, at the very least on the surface, and certainly enough to raise with the proper law enforcement channels. He ran on that very platform...

Finally just got to watch this. It's a shame that every person in the USA isn't going to see it.

Your first Sentence Racey is what makes the most sense...

Isn't that the whole foundation of politics anyway? To bring two opposing sides together, to finally agree on something, move forward that agreement, and providing more Political Power (respect) to the person that made it happen?? The president Should be able to use his power to force agreements to happen. Cause some people are just to hard headed to come to agreements on their own. I know. I've been one of those people at times!!! lol

I fucking hated Obama. He Personally divided the country. Trump is trying to heal that, but the fucked in the head democrats refuse to let it happen. Just like they have since the beginning of their time in this country. Nothing has changed with these assholes.

I see no problem with Trump trying to use his position to get to the bottom of something...

If you don't agree with that, maybe you're the one that has something to hide??

What do you think about them apples @RodnJen ?


Peace out.
 
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Just saw a new Bernie Sanders ad. He’s busting out the he’ll immediately create 1000’s of shovel ready jobs rhetoric once again.

He reminds me of the socialist fuckball Salvador Allende’.
Spent his last day alive walking the presidential grounds taking cover with a Ak47 Castro gave him as citizens and the army took their country back.
A mad clip ended socialism for good in Chile’ then took years to restore democracy.
 

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TRUMP QUOTE: 2/13/20
“Now it looks like the fore person in the jury, in the Roger Stone case, had significant bias. Add that to everything else, and this is not looking good for the “Justice” Department.”
@foxandfriends@FoxNews

^^ This why the losers Hate Trump.Trump talks to us,explains where he coming from.What info we will learn down the road Trump knows and aware right now.
Barr testifies late March,he gonna burn Schiff down.No closed basement room this time,full coverage.
 

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Because this:

"Here’s a shocker: President Trump’s State of the Union message was riddled with falsehoods and exaggerations – obvious deceptions of the sort that clearly warn a careful listener of this obvious truth: You are listening to a liar. Sometimes he lies cleverly, by taking things out of context or using phony comparisons. Sometimes he only exaggerates, which is a common flaw of politicians, but he does it more often, more blatantly and more shamelessly than most. But fairly often he just flat lies. Says things that are provably untrue and that anyone paying attention knows are untrue. But he somehow, sorta, gets away with it.

it’s hard for me to understand a willingness to excuse such lying. Still, they are free to make that choice.
I worry more about those, presumably most of his supporters, who cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the lying. It’s frightening. It’s cultish. It’s 1984-ish."
 

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Because this:

"Here’s a shocker: President Trump’s State of the Union message was riddled with falsehoods and exaggerations – obvious deceptions of the sort that clearly warn a careful listener of this obvious truth: You are listening to a liar. Sometimes he lies cleverly, by taking things out of context or using phony comparisons. Sometimes he only exaggerates, which is a common flaw of politicians, but he does it more often, more blatantly and more shamelessly than most. But fairly often he just flat lies. Says things that are provably untrue and that anyone paying attention knows are untrue. But he somehow, sorta, gets away with it.

it’s hard for me to understand a willingness to excuse such lying. Still, they are free to make that choice.
I worry more about those, presumably most of his supporters, who cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the lying. It’s frightening. It’s cultish. It’s 1984-ish."
Opinion, I take?

Seems a little short on facts.

Oh wait, democrats don't need no stinking facts.

MAGA

Dan'l
 

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Because this:

"Here’s a shocker: President Trump’s State of the Union message was riddled with falsehoods and exaggerations – obvious deceptions of the sort that clearly warn a careful listener of this obvious truth: You are listening to a liar. Sometimes he lies cleverly, by taking things out of context or using phony comparisons. Sometimes he only exaggerates, which is a common flaw of politicians, but he does it more often, more blatantly and more shamelessly than most. But fairly often he just flat lies. Says things that are provably untrue and that anyone paying attention knows are untrue. But he somehow, sorta, gets away with it.

it’s hard for me to understand a willingness to excuse such lying. Still, they are free to make that choice.
I worry more about those, presumably most of his supporters, who cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the lying. It’s frightening. It’s cultish. It’s 1984-ish."
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Because this:
"Here’s a shocker: President Trump’s State of the Union message was riddled with falsehoods and exaggerations – obvious deceptions of the sort that clearly warn a careful listener of this obvious truth: You are listening to a liar. Sometimes he lies cleverly, by taking things out of context or using phony comparisons. Sometimes he only exaggerates, which is a common flaw of politicians, but he does it more often, more blatantly and more shamelessly than most. But fairly often he just flat lies. Says things that are provably untrue and that anyone paying attention knows are untrue. But he somehow, sorta, gets away with it.
it’s hard for me to understand a willingness to excuse such lying. Still, they are free to make that choice.
I worry more about those, presumably most of his supporters, who cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the lying. It’s frightening. It’s cultish. It’s 1984-ish."
Similar to reading the bullshit you and your ilk pump out in every hate filled post.Fake Slanderous memes & outright lies.Seriously,everything you post is bullshit exaggeration.Never concrete fact or back up.I appreciate this forum keeps us aware of you and your ilk.Your life has gotta be pure shit to enable the content you provide here.
 
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Opinion, I take?

Seems a little short on facts.

Oh wait, democrats don't need no stinking facts.

MAGA

Dan'l

In his 2020 address to Congress, President Donald Trump stretched and distorted the facts:

  • Trump claimed the economy is “the best it has ever been.” But GDP growth fell to 2.3% last year and economists predict further slowing this year.
  • He said he brought about low unemployment by reversing “years of economic decay” and “failed economic policies,” when in fact over 1 million more jobs were added in the 35 months before he took office than in the first 35 months since.
  • Trump boasted that the “unemployment rate for women reached the lowest level in almost 70 years.” That’s true, but it had been trending down for several years before he took office.
  • The president wrongly said, “After decades of flat and falling incomes, wages are rising fast.” They’ve gone up under Trump, but also have risen under the last several presidents.
  • Trump claimed that people’s 401(k)s and pensions have increased “60, 70, 80, 90, and 100% and even more.” Some may have, but that’s far higher than the average.
  • He said “real median household income is now at the highest level ever recorded.” However, the Census Bureau noted that was partly due to a change in survey questions in 2014. Based on “adjusted” figures, median household income was slightly higher in 1999 than in 2018.
  • Trump claimed the new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico “will create nearly 100,000 … auto jobs.” But an independent federal commission puts the job gains at 28,000 over five years.
  • The president boasted that “a long, tall, and very powerful wall is being built” along the southern border, and more than 100 miles have been completed. But only one mile is located where no barriers previously existed.
  • Trump said “illegal crossings” at the southwest border “are down 75% since May.” But total apprehensions in 2019 were 81% higher than in 2016, the year before Trump took office.
  • He said that “after losing 60,000 factories under the previous two administrations, America has now gained 12,000 new factories under my administration.” He’s referring to what the Bureau of Labor Statistics calls manufacturing “establishments,” and most of the growth under Trump has been in facilities with fewer than five employees.
  • Trump compared apples to oranges in claiming a doubling of insurance premiums in five years before he took office and “less expensive” plans under his administration.
  • The president said he made an “iron-clad” promise to “always protect patients with preexisting conditions,” but that ignores the fact he has supported Republican health plans that would reduce the current protections under the Affordable Care Act.
  • He suggested, misleadingly, that his administration was responsible for the U.S. becoming the world’s top producer of oil and natural gas. But the U.S. has been No. 1 in the world for natural gas for more than a decade, and tops in petroleum since 2013.
  • Trump said “300,000 working age people” left the workforce during Obama’s eight years. Actually, the workforce grew by 5.4 million.
 

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FROM - ” SANDLORD POST” “What next for Trump Thread.”

“Also the "beginning of the end" for Donald Trump”
- Access Hollywood Tape
- Faithless Electors
- paying legal fees for person punching heckler at rally
- failure to provide tax returns
- Putting illegals in cages
- Ripping babies from their mothers arms.
- The Dossier
- Flynn
- Firing Comey
- Ask Russia for Hillary's emails
- Mueller
- Fire and Fury
- Picking on Kaeperneck
- Stormy Daniels
- Avenatti
- Kavanaugh
- Mueller Report
- IG Report
- Soleimani
- Ukraine
- Vindman
- Impeachment
👉 You are here

All Bullshit
 
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In his 2020 address to Congress, President Donald Trump stretched and distorted the facts:

  • Trump claimed the economy is “the best it has ever been.” But GDP growth fell to 2.3% last year and economists predict further slowing this year.
  • He said he brought about low unemployment by reversing “years of economic decay” and “failed economic policies,” when in fact over 1 million more jobs were added in the 35 months before he took office than in the first 35 months since.
  • Trump boasted that the “unemployment rate for women reached the lowest level in almost 70 years.” That’s true, but it had been trending down for several years before he took office.
  • The president wrongly said, “After decades of flat and falling incomes, wages are rising fast.” They’ve gone up under Trump, but also have risen under the last several presidents.
  • Trump claimed that people’s 401(k)s and pensions have increased “60, 70, 80, 90, and 100% and even more.” Some may have, but that’s far higher than the average.
  • He said “real median household income is now at the highest level ever recorded.” However, the Census Bureau noted that was partly due to a change in survey questions in 2014. Based on “adjusted” figures, median household income was slightly higher in 1999 than in 2018.
  • Trump claimed the new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico “will create nearly 100,000 … auto jobs.” But an independent federal commission puts the job gains at 28,000 over five years.
  • The president boasted that “a long, tall, and very powerful wall is being built” along the southern border, and more than 100 miles have been completed. But only one mile is located where no barriers previously existed.
  • Trump said “illegal crossings” at the southwest border “are down 75% since May.” But total apprehensions in 2019 were 81% higher than in 2016, the year before Trump took office.
  • He said that “after losing 60,000 factories under the previous two administrations, America has now gained 12,000 new factories under my administration.” He’s referring to what the Bureau of Labor Statistics calls manufacturing “establishments,” and most of the growth under Trump has been in facilities with fewer than five employees.
  • Trump compared apples to oranges in claiming a doubling of insurance premiums in five years before he took office and “less expensive” plans under his administration.
  • The president said he made an “iron-clad” promise to “always protect patients with preexisting conditions,” but that ignores the fact he has supported Republican health plans that would reduce the current protections under the Affordable Care Act.
  • He suggested, misleadingly, that his administration was responsible for the U.S. becoming the world’s top producer of oil and natural gas. But the U.S. has been No. 1 in the world for natural gas for more than a decade, and tops in petroleum since 2013.
  • Trump said “300,000 working age people” left the workforce during Obama’s eight years. Actually, the workforce grew by 5.4 million.
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Because this:

"Here’s a shocker: President Trump’s State of the Union message was riddled with falsehoods and exaggerations – obvious deceptions of the sort that clearly warn a careful listener of this obvious truth: You are listening to a liar. Sometimes he lies cleverly, by taking things out of context or using phony comparisons. Sometimes he only exaggerates, which is a common flaw of politicians, but he does it more often, more blatantly and more shamelessly than most. But fairly often he just flat lies. Says things that are provably untrue and that anyone paying attention knows are untrue. But he somehow, sorta, gets away with it.

it’s hard for me to understand a willingness to excuse such lying. Still, they are free to make that choice.
I worry more about those, presumably most of his supporters, who cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the lying. It’s frightening. It’s cultish. It’s 1984-ish."
"You can keep your Doctor", "It will save the average family $2500.00" You need me to keep going??????
 

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In his 2020 address to Congress, President Donald Trump stretched and distorted the facts:

  • Trump claimed the economy is “the best it has ever been.” But GDP growth fell to 2.3% last year and economists predict further slowing this year.
  • He said he brought about low unemployment by reversing “years of economic decay” and “failed economic policies,” when in fact over 1 million more jobs were added in the 35 months before he took office than in the first 35 months since.
  • Trump boasted that the “unemployment rate for women reached the lowest level in almost 70 years.” That’s true, but it had been trending down for several years before he took office.
  • The president wrongly said, “After decades of flat and falling incomes, wages are rising fast.” They’ve gone up under Trump, but also have risen under the last several presidents.
  • Trump claimed that people’s 401(k)s and pensions have increased “60, 70, 80, 90, and 100% and even more.” Some may have, but that’s far higher than the average.
  • He said “real median household income is now at the highest level ever recorded.” However, the Census Bureau noted that was partly due to a change in survey questions in 2014. Based on “adjusted” figures, median household income was slightly higher in 1999 than in 2018.
  • Trump claimed the new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico “will create nearly 100,000 … auto jobs.” But an independent federal commission puts the job gains at 28,000 over five years.
  • The president boasted that “a long, tall, and very powerful wall is being built” along the southern border, and more than 100 miles have been completed. But only one mile is located where no barriers previously existed.
  • Trump said “illegal crossings” at the southwest border “are down 75% since May.” But total apprehensions in 2019 were 81% higher than in 2016, the year before Trump took office.
  • He said that “after losing 60,000 factories under the previous two administrations, America has now gained 12,000 new factories under my administration.” He’s referring to what the Bureau of Labor Statistics calls manufacturing “establishments,” and most of the growth under Trump has been in facilities with fewer than five employees.
  • Trump compared apples to oranges in claiming a doubling of insurance premiums in five years before he took office and “less expensive” plans under his administration.
  • The president said he made an “iron-clad” promise to “always protect patients with preexisting conditions,” but that ignores the fact he has supported Republican health plans that would reduce the current protections under the Affordable Care Act.
  • He suggested, misleadingly, that his administration was responsible for the U.S. becoming the world’s top producer of oil and natural gas. But the U.S. has been No. 1 in the world for natural gas for more than a decade, and tops in petroleum since 2013.
  • Trump said “300,000 working age people” left the workforce during Obama’s eight years. Actually, the workforce grew by 5.4 million.
How about 957 lies by your gay messiah barry the magic mulatto?
All nicely sourced as well. 😎
 

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President Donald Trump returned to Mar-a-Lago on Friday evening for the 29th golf-related trip of his presidency to his for-profit Palm Beach, Florida, resort, raising his total taxpayer golf tab to $133.8 million.

That figure translates to 334 years of the presidential salary that Trump and his supporters frequently boast he is not taking.

As he began his own run for the White House, candidate Trump repeatedly promised that golf would never make it onto a President Trump’s schedule. “I love golf, but if I were in the White House, I don’t think I’d ever see Turnberry again. I don’t think I’d ever see Doral again,” he told a rally audience in February 2016, referring to his courses in Scotland and Miami. “I don’t ever think I’d see anything. I just want to stay in the White House and work my ass off.”

Yet after three years in office, Trump has spent two-and-a-half times as many days on a golf course as Obama had done at the same point in his first term. If Trump plays golf both Saturday and Sunday, he will have played 248 times. Obama by his 1,123rd day in office had played 92 times.

And because Trump insists on playing at courses he owns, the cost to taxpayers has been nearly four times as high as it was for Obama. More than two-thirds of Trump’s golf outings involve seven-figure trips aboard Air Force One, mainly to Florida and New Jersey, but also to Los Angeles, Ireland and Scotland. Obama, in contrast, played most of his golf on courses at military bases within a short drive of the White House.

What’s more, Trump’s insistence on playing at courses he owns and profits from has put at least a few million taxpayer dollars into Trump’s cash registers in the form of hotel room and restaurant charges for the White House staff and Secret Service agents who accompany him.

The Washington Post found recently that Trump’s business has charged the Secret Service as much as $650 a room per night at Mar-a-Lago ― more than three times the normal rate that federal employees are supposed to spend in South Florida ― and $17,000 a month for a cottage at Trump’s Bedminster, New Jersey, resort. During an early Mar-a-Lago visit, White House employees ran up a $1,006 bar tab, which taxpayers also paid.

How many taxpayer dollars precisely are flowing into Trump’s pocket is not known because the White House refuses to detail how many executive branch employees stay at Trump properties and how much they are being billed. The White House on Friday did not respond to HuffPost’s queries on the matter for this weekend’s trip.

The president is the sole beneficiary of the trust that now owns his family business. He promised during his campaign that he would separate himself from the Trump Organization should he win, but reneged on that pledge even before taking office.

Trump similarly promised he would release his tax returns when he ran for president, but he has refused to do that as well.
 

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:) Damn,sorry i read your post just now.Tomorrow morning with a fine cup Coffee would have been great to enjoy your envy and pain. No doubt the Miami Boat Show thread is driving you right up your basement wall. :)
 
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