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55 minutes ago, Tweety said:

I found this bit of decent news on his Twitter while I was nitpicking.  

He used a speaker other than himself to post a video to announce it, which is wise, because he's childish and not a good speaker.

https://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=5212

Perhaps we have been spoiled by the eloquent and compelling oral skills of some of our recent presidents. It's difficult to feel comfortable with his broken, sophomoric, and dishonest communication style. 

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Sanders is pushing the Trump agenda of fear mongering.  It's very important to convince people of this.  People are sadly believing this.

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Ms. Sanders, meanwhile, contends Democrats are trying distract Americans from a “radical agenda of making America a socialist country, killing babies after they’re born, and pushing a ‘green new deal’ that would destroy jobs and bankrupt America.”

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/mar/4/sarah-huckabee-sanders-democrats-trump-probe-disgr/

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On 3/4/2019 at 12:40 PM, Tweety said:

Heard this story on NPR this morning...and the witch hunt continues.

I've said before, that I would like nothing more than for all of this to stop, for it to be unfounded, so the nation can move on, but it doesn't seem to end.

https://www.npr.org/2019/03/04/699976689/house-judiciary-launches-probe-of-allegations-of-obstruction-by-president-trump

Witch hunt, or federally funded opposition research for the next election?  Either way, a great opportunity for the left to reinforce their lunacy.

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54 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

The Democrats seem intent on escalating the war on our president.  If fighting back is considered fear-mongering, so be it.

A war on Trump?

No.

Did you declare there was a war against Hillary Clinton when Republicans spent FIVE years investigating Benghazi?

You see, dude, this is what happens when the majority, who does not support a liar, cheat and bigot, VOTE.

You get in a group of lawmakers, in the House, who will actually do their job: Over sight.

The Blue Wave washed out to sea those intent on protecting Trump from his own actions.

Amen.

 

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58 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

Witch hunt, or federally funded opposition research for the next election?  Either way, a great opportunity for the left to reinforce their lunacy.

I see you are fully ensconced in the language of Trump.

It is the language of deflection.

It is the language of a desperate man.

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3 hours ago, Tweety said:

Sanders is pushing the Trump agenda of fear mongering.  It's very important to convince people of this.  People are sadly believing this.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/mar/4/sarah-huckabee-sanders-democrats-trump-probe-disgr/

Expect more desperate assertions and language by Trump and Trumpsters.

Right now, the numbers are not favoring an alleged criminal.

From the Trailer, in the Washington Post, 

On Sunday, NBC-WSJ poll found just 41% of voters ready to reelect Trump.

Quinnipiac poll on Tuesday, put Trump's support at 38%.

You don't win an election with such low numbers. 

Given that his poll numbers have never been high, dispite a good economy, and it is easy to see that Republicans are in trouble.

But it is early in 2019.

Who knows what is ahead?

My gut tells me he won't be an option in 2020.

And since the RNC is warning against challengers to Trump, they are setting themselves up for failure.

Once again, I am happy not to be a Republican strategist.

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More trouble for Trump.

His followers like to point to the stock market as a sign of his economic success.

Of course, that is not a measure of very much.

I guess the reason they never discuss the trade deficit, so because they either don't understand how it affects the economy, in the transfer of wealth from Americans to foreigners, or because it is yet another failure of DJT.

I believe I saw a post from nursej, awhile ago, discussing the trade deficit.

Well, from today's Washington Post:

US Trade Deficit In Goods Grew To Record $891.2 Billion

It is the largest in the nation's 243-year history.

That is a gross failure by Trump and Friends.

 

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3 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

Witch hunt, or federally funded opposition research for the next election?  Either way, a great opportunity for the left to reinforce their lunacy.

It is sad, isn't it, that there is nothing which exonnerates Trump or paints him in an innocent light when the bulk of the publicly available evidence is considered?  Loyal supporters like you are left with embarrassing retorts like this. This is the notable flaw of the Trump defense, all of the available facts make him look complicit and guilty. 

Besides, what would your beef be with federally funded opposition research? The tax payers funded the GOP opposition research of Clinton, and we didn't even get any indictments out of it. At least now we are getting our money's worth in actual witches.

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12 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

I don't often read the Washington Times. This article reinforces that sentiment. 

Continuing - smart phones and the edit feature lead to incomplete posts

There will be a decided effort in social media and reporting to create division and animus within the liberal voting block as the election nears. I encourage everyone to stick to reporting on policy and not on personality or likability. That will go a long way to foil the disruption. Even the standard bearers in American journalism feel a responsibility to publish right wing opinion regularly, even when that opinion is clearly based upon partisan fantasy rather than known facts. 

No candidate will be perfect. We simply need a candidate to support in defeating the incompetent liar who is working against the majority. There are a good variety of choices. 

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7 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Continuing - smart phones and the edit feature lead to incomplete posts

There will be a decided effort in social media and reporting to create division and animus within the liberal voting block as the election nears. I encourage everyone to stick to reporting on policy and not on personality or likability. That will go a long way to foil the disruption. Even the standard bearers in American journalism feel a responsibility to publish right wing opinion regularly, even when that opinion is clearly based upon partisan fantasy rather than known facts. 

No candidate will be perfect. We simply need a candidate to support in defeating the incompetent liar who is working against the majority. There are a good variety of choices. 

Oh, I agree, baloney.

Democrats have a deep field, thus far, to challenge Trump.

Isn't Michael Cohen back in Capitol Hill today?

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