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by Jusme
Thu Jun 21, 2018 5:26 pm
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dale blanker wrote:
Thu Jun 21, 2018 5:13 pm
03Lightningrocks wrote:
Thu Jun 21, 2018 12:01 pm
I think it is pretty obvious to any American with intelligence, the Democrats are less concerned with children of the illegal immigrants than they are with the fraudulent votes they can rack up from their parents or traffickers. Funny how they suddenly pretend to have issues. But in this day and age of video, they get busted every time for their lies.

https://nyti.ms/2xUZMj9
Ok, the video of Hillary campaigning in 2007 about immigration was interesting but didn't seem to relate to the current issue of separating families. What did I miss? :confused5

You missed the fact, that this law was not, suddenly instituted by Trump, in fact during Barak Hussein's, administration, this exact same scenario, played out, because adults, arrested for crossing the border illegally, were placed in adult, holding facilities, and it is " illegal" to place children in those facilities.
What the MSM fails to mention, is that, if adults with children are truly seeking asylum, and they report to a port of entry,they are placed together, with their children, until their case is settled. The only ones being seperated, are those who sneak across the border.
by Jusme
Thu Jun 21, 2018 5:09 pm
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03Lightningrocks wrote:
Wed Jun 20, 2018 7:56 am
Kasich is a closet liberal anyway. Ted Cruz is one of the swamp creatures with nothing more than his own political advancement as a concern. The country needed a President that is willing to turn that mess inside out. President Trump had nothing to gain by running. He is simply trying to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. And doing one heck of a good job at it.
:iagree:

I voted for Cruz, in the primaries, because his record, and rhetoric, indicated that he was a staunch, conservative, Constitutionalist, but since losing his bid for the Presidency, he has disappeared, and has not pushed the conservative agenda. In fact, he has turned into a "never Trumper" and has actually become an obstructionist. I will still vote for him in the November midterms, but if he doesn't get his female undergarments unwadded, he will not get any future votes from me.
by Jusme
Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:20 pm
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dale blanker wrote:
Mon Jun 18, 2018 3:58 pm
rotor wrote:
Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:53 pm
If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. Etc. Obama never lied.
In 2009 and again in 2012, PolitiFact rated Obama’s statement Half True, which means the statement is partially correct and partially wrong. While ACA took pains to leave parts of the insurance market alone, some private insurers canceled their plans, or raised rates to force people to switch plans, to avoid meeting some ACA standards.

This reminds me of the movie "The Rainmaker" based on a novel by John Grisham. I don't think it is based on a particular true story but this kind of thing was apparently happening in the healthcare market.

Whatever happened to ACA's grand replacement with universal, low cost healthcare?
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You tell me Dale,

As your favorite advocate, Nancy Pelosi, said, " we have to pass it, so we can see what's in it!"
When government tries to run any business, it is a failure. I.E. The USPS, Amtrak, etc..

The ACA was nothing but a money grab tax, as SCOTUS ruled. The libtards, hoped that the rich and healthy would sign on and pay to cover the poor, and sick. How's that working for you now? It is a money pit, that is spiraling, down to an unattenable, situation, even more rediculous than the greatest, left wing boondoggle in history, Social Security.

Dale I know you hate Trump, but you have nothing more than, some left wing, spin doctor, quotes, to back your rationale. The only reason, the left, is even talking about immigration, is to distract, from the very real, hearings, regarding, the largest scandal, ever perpetrated, and that is the weaponizing of the DOJ, to try to derail Trump's campaign.
If you have a better, option, for President, please give us the reasons, because arguing about, who has a better record of honesty, when compared to the Barak Hussein/Hitlery, regime, is a losing proposition, and does nothing, to sway people to your, point of view. All anyone has heard from you, as well as, the left wing politicians, and the MSM, is "We hate Trump", but offer no alternatives. Just sayin.....
by Jusme
Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:33 pm
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I'm not sure where all of the vitriol, regarding Trump comes from. Is he the the most polished speaker? No. Does he use language and euphemisms, generally associated, with other Presidents? No.

But to his detractors, please name another President, who has turned an, all but stagnant economy around so quickly. Please name another President, who has, through his actions, been responsible for, the largest drop in unemployment, in this country's history. Please tell me another President, that has had the courage to actually, do everything within their power, to fulfill every promise, made during their campaign, despite the most atrocious attacks from the MSM, celebrities, and academia.Please tell me what other Presidential candidate, in the 2016 election, you would rather see, occupying the Oval Office, and defend your reasons, with, more than feelings, and "I just don't like him" .................
by Jusme
Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:45 pm
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jason812 wrote:
philip964 wrote:
Happy one year President Trump. Your tolerance and fortitude are remarkable. Better men would have folded and resigned with the onslaught you have had to endure.
How none of what he has gone through has not changed Trump is unthinkable. He has really shown how the elite think of us and how both parties in control are more worried about control and money than doing the right thing for the country.

Not 1 dem voted to lower taxes, that should be beat into the ground during mid terms. Dems shut the government down for illegal immigrants over doing what is right for the country. The dems were the ones along with some republican elite colluding with the Ruskies. The media as a collective are a bunch of liars and their agenda is front and center now thanks to Trump.

The last few months the republicans have grown some what of a spine and are actually pushing back against the dems but they still stink like a bag of sweaty socks.

Trump is the first presidential vote I am not ashamed to have cast. I still think he's a goober sometimes but I'm glad he's our goober. It's refreshing to have a president that loves the country.

Amen!!
by Jusme
Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:51 pm
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bblhd672 wrote:To any and all of you who are bothered by President Trump’s lack of decorum, political ineptitude and brashness, dismissing him and his actions as “un-Presidential” I think you are ignoring the precipice that this country is on the brink of going over to the destruction of the country. You think Trump is to blame for this? No, it’s been those “presidential” people and the rest of the Congress critters before him that has brought us to the edge. Oh yes, those politically correct men and women with their Washington establishment decorums and rules, the liars, cheats, perverts, hypocrites and worse. Along with their academic and media enablers and protectors. Yeah, being politically suave and non-offensive to the rest of the world has really benefited the country.
Any one of Trump’s other 16 primary challengers could have been President by taking Trump’s message to heart and going with it. But they all either chose not to fight the media’s and the progressives assault or they chose to be similar peas in the Republican party’s pod. There were 4 or 5 of the candidates that I fervently hoped would take up Trump’s message and ride it to the White House. I voted for Cruz in the primary and sincerely hoped he would develop the spine necessary to defeat Clinton.
Do not lament the death of the Republican party should it happen because it truly no longer represents the people who are not bending their knees to the progressive agenda. The Democrats and the media destroyed politeness and civility while cowing the Republicans from responding in kind.
So please, spare me your whining about President Trump’s brashness, crudeness and unflinching assault against the destruction of the country.

:iagree:

Amen!!
Trump has given every so called "conservative" a road map on exactly how to fight the left wing media, and their self proclaimed, strangle hold, on the American psyche.
The reason the left, can't do anything, and the media won't report anything positive, is that they have finally realized, that they are not the demigods, they have made themselves out to be. Trump is a lot of things, crass, overbearing, politically incorrect, etc.. But he has never swayed from his viewpoint. He doesn't have to. If he resigned from office tomorrow, his life would not be dramatically altered. Can you name another President, who could make that claim?

The left thought they had "fixed" the election so well, that they couldn't be defeated, but they forgot, that, despite, what they believed, America, still has people who can think for themselves, and will accept a perceived buffoon, over status quo.
by Jusme
Tue Sep 26, 2017 6:13 pm
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anygunanywhere wrote:If the snowflake millionaire national felony league entertainers would actually contribute something to solving ANY problem plaguing the black community I would respect their opinion maybe a little it. Since on average an nfl player is arrested every 7 days their so called protests are hardly more than misguided insults to the very nation and flag that has done more to guarantee their privileged position than their limited educated mind can comprehend.

:iagree:

While I don't paint every NFL player with such a broad brush, if they truly feel there is such a major issue regarding racism, why are they not either working to resolve it, or, at the very least offering a solution?

As a manager, I always told my employees, if you believe that there is an issue, don't just criticize, offer an alternative solution. It's easy to say " that's wrong" but if you don't at least offer an alternative, it's just armchair quarterbacking.

That is my problem with most "protests" there is too much criticism, but no solutions to any perceived issue. Labeling things with terms such as "racist" "misogynist" "homophobic" etc.. is that there is no true definition, or actual, behavior, that they can point to to demonstrate it. If you can't define the problem, give examples of the problem, or offer alternatives, to fix the problem, then you can continue to criticize, with no fear of rebuttal. JMHO
by Jusme
Tue Sep 26, 2017 3:41 pm
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Killadocg23 wrote:How many Americans who are saying kneeling is disrespectful to veterans and service man are actuaveteransl and service men who have served this country? My point is there are people who never served saying it's disrespectful blah blah. So why can't these 22-25 year old "African American" millionaires talk about racism? Just because you haven't experienced it doesn't mean you can't speak about it and that goes for both sides. I have a lot of friends currently in the military and veterans who could care less about the opinions of others Everybody has their own OPINION and shouldn't force their opinion down the throat of others.

Maybe, I wasn't clear in my statements, I have no issue with anyone protesting, or demonstrating for their beliefs. The point I was making, was that, 22-25 year old millionaires, are not really the face, of race-based discrimination. I fully understand that there are millions of non-white people, who don't have the advantage that the NFL players have. There are several white people who do not share those advantages. But if all you are doing to rectify the situation, is protest, the anthem, then who is getting the message? The average seat at an NFL game will cost you $75-100. How many of those people are victims of racism? I can't afford to take my family to a game. I am a white male. Privilege?

Again, I am not so naive to believe, that racism does not exist. But, I am also not so naive to believe that, everyone can and should be able to succeed in this country, in spite of setbacks. There have been too many examples of that fact. Take a look at the kneelers. JMHO
by Jusme
Tue Sep 26, 2017 3:03 pm
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dale blanker wrote:Although it appears Anthem kneelers are being disrespectful to the Anthem and the flag, it certainly does not rise to the level of flag burning or the chanting of Neo-Nazi and white supremacists in Charlottesville that the President defended. When a national figure such as an NFL player refuses to stand for the national anthem, it shocks people into paying attention and generates conversation. He believes the United States is not living up to its ideals of freedom, liberty, and justice for all. He is not disrespecting the system but the way it is being implemented.

Personally, when I hear the Anthem I think about the scene that Francis Scott Key described, I feel moved and glad that I am living here. However, I’m not so glad about the way my government is acting now.

Dale, while I applaud your patriotism, once again, you are misled on the President. He never once defended, any white supremacist groups, in Charlottesville, or anywhere else. He simply reiterated the fact, that no matter how despicable we may find a group's diatribe, they still have the right, under our Constitution, to protest, and demonstrate.

Trump is showing everyday, exactly, why and how, our "government" has given up any pretense of really defending the Constitution. He is having to wade through so many years of the dissolution of that document, before he can actually get people to understand it's meaning, and authority.
by Jusme
Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:19 pm
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I have no illusions, that racism, is non-existent, my issue is with those who only watch, or read MSM, and form their opinions based on half truths, and outright lies. If this issue was such a major thing, why was it not fully addressed, by the previous administration, for the previous eight years?
by Jusme
Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:07 pm
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This is my first comment on the NFL players, not standing, kneeling, etc. during the anthem.

Most people don't give Trump enough credit. he knew exactly what the response would be to his comments. What is everyone talking about now? Is it the issue they are protesting? No. It is Trump and his statements. Was this politically advantageous? Only time will tell, but, he has galvanized an entire major sporting enterprise, along with major sporting networks ESPN, and the NFL network, into talking about him. ESPN, refused to discipline a talking head who called him a "white supremest", so he attacked them where they live. The entire issue is lost, and he has so many people kneeling, which gives credence to his philosophy, that people are so ingrained in their own importance that they don't see the big picture.

How many of these 22-25 year old, "African-American" millionaires, have really experienced racism, in their life?

Guess what? no one is talking about pulling down Confederate statues now. JMHO
by Jusme
Wed Aug 23, 2017 5:02 pm
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philip964 wrote:https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.co ... index.html

Hard to find good newsaboutTrump, he hinted at pardon for Sherriff Joe in his speech.

Good news is subjective. While MSM wants to criticize, and liberal courts want to convict, someone for following the law, that doesn't mean, that we have to go along. Sheriff Joe, was railroaded by the previous administration. The MSM seems to sing the praises of those who want to set up sanctuary cities, in defiance of laws, but ostracize those who implement policies to enforce it.
by Jusme
Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:05 pm
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Julian Asange has met with a Congressman in London, who is now bringing a message to Trump. Again denying Russia was his source for the leaked DNC emails. No one can check the only story about Russia(the DNC) because no information was turned over to the FBI or any other agency. It is rumored that Assange is willing to testify, if given immunity from civil and criminal charges regarding hacking.
This whole racist, white supremist, non-story, is to deflect attention away from this info.

The Washington Post, NYT, CNN during the Bush administration treated Assange as a god, and used his info, religiously, but now that it has pointed towards the DNC?(crickets)
by Jusme
Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:50 am
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bblhd672 wrote:Anti-Trump fanatic executes Trump supporting neighbor.
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/08 ... -behavior/

How much air time do you suppose will be given to this story by MSM? (crickets)

RIP Mr. Jennings. I hope they put this guy away forever. I also hope he gets argumentative with some of the other prisoners,
by Jusme
Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:46 pm
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mojo84 wrote:Trump's new communications director may not be so 2nd Amendment friendly. Hopefully he won't have Abby influence in this area.


I don't follow teeeter, so I can't verify the accuracy of that twitting. But it sounds a lot like left wing drivel to me.
Even if it can be attributed to the new press secretary, he has no legislative control. JMHO

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