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Old 09-10-2018, 11:32 AM   #1
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I don't disagree that government budgets need to be scrutinized... That goes for every state, and also the feds...

I do disagree that NH is doing better the other states... NH faces that same delemia's as other states... and in some cases more so.....

At the end of the day, a number of things need to happen... the problem is the same elected officials keep getting elected back... And when that happens nothing is ever going to change....
I agree I am a huge advocate of a ONE term limit on every level of government.

President & Governors-5 years
Senate (federal and State)-6 years
House (federal and State)-3 years

It is the only way to bring in fresh people with fresh ideas and eliminate entitlement.
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I agree I am a huge advocate of a ONE term limit on every level of government.

President & Governors-5 years
Senate (federal and State)-6 years
House (federal and State)-3 years

It is the only way to bring in fresh people with fresh ideas and eliminate entitlement.
I agree except sometimes a President needs a full 4 years to undo what his/her predescessor has done to turn the country toward his desired direction. Perhaps if the house/senate bozos would do their jobs with smart, debate and compromises instead of obstructing and resisting, a president could manage a proper agenda in 4-5 years of one term. And I mean bozos on either side of the aisle.
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I agree except sometimes a President needs a full 4 years to undo what his/her predescessor has done to turn the country toward his desired direction. Perhaps if the house/senate bozos would do their jobs with smart, debate and compromises instead of obstructing and resisting, a president could manage a proper agenda in 4-5 years of one term. And I mean bozos on either side of the aisle.
You are correct there. Especially on the "both sides of the aisle". Maybe 1 6 year for president and governor ?
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It's ALL by design. All you have to do is look at this millennial generation. You have to be TAUGHT to be that stupid!! The majority of millennials think that socialism is better than capitalism... Shame on their parents, and our public school systems. PATHETIC.
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It's ALL by design. All you have to do is look at this millennial generation. You have to be TAUGHT to be that stupid!! The majority of millennials think that socialism is better than capitalism... Shame on their parents, and our public school millennals believe that socialism is better than capitalism.
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Almost every home (except 3rd world countries) had an internet connection and a computer.
2008, the largest economic decline since the great depression.
911 Terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
The effect of 20+ years of offshoring of American jobs is finally felt.
Enron - energy trading scams and corporate fraud on a national level.
Global warming becoming obvious with unusually severe storms, hotter weather, colder weather, more droughts etc.
President G. W. Bush, Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney deceived the entire nation about weapons of mass destruction of the nuclear and biological type and the subsequent invasion and occupation of Iraq.
The explosive growth in online companies such as Google, Facebook, SalesForce.com, LinkedIn, EBay, PayPal.
A revolution in the way we work, including widespread acceptance of flex-time, work from home, freelancing.
The US is divided 50:50 with different and opposite fundamental beliefs and values.
Way too many crazy people are shooting their fellow Americans with weapons of rapid destruction.
Congress becoming dysfunctional.
Housing prices growing beyond most young people's reach.
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Funny, (NOT) how there is not ONE word about Obama and/or the media... That whole list is Democrat talking points and/or unintended consequences of Democrat policies/ globalism. I question the source of that list... I tried to click on the link, but it warned me of a virus and told me to "go back"!! "Just a coincidence", I'm sure... It all boils down to one word: LIBERALISM. It is the (domestic) enemy of the American way of life, and needs to be defeated every time, (at the ballot box). I just ask one simple question of all you homeowner's out there, but there is a "catch", you HAVE to be completely HONEST with yourself: How long would you "tolerate", and "coexist" with a person that was "down and out" that you invited into YOUR house, that wants to change everything about the way you have set it up, and doesn't clean up after themsevles???? Now imagine the music from the game show "Jeopardy" while you think about it...!! That person is supposed to respect your home, and help you maintain it the way you intended, not the way they want it. It's NOT real complicated...

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Time to dust-off this old US commemorative stamp.

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It's ALL by design. All you have to do is look at this millennial generation. You have to be TAUGHT to be that stupid!! The majority of millennials think that socialism is better than capitalism... Shame on their parents, and our public school systems. PATHETIC.
You have to be stupid to believe every article you pull up on the WWW as the truth.
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America is a mix of socialism and capitalism.
Prime example is that you can have private property but MUST pay taxes or you will lose it.

Capitalism is ideal until it fails and socialism has to bail it out.
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Liberals control the 3 biggest influences on our society and culture. Main stream media, Hollywood (movies), and education, so as you witness our culture going down the tubes, think about that at the ballot box...
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Time to dust-off this old US commemorative stamp.

Unfortunately, I think the media is invested waaaaayyy to deep covering up all the Democrats, and deep state corruption, and John Q Public is on to them now more than ever, and will NEVER forgive them, so something has to give... It's going to be very interesting to watch how things play out...
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America is a mix of socialism and capitalism.
Prime example is that you can have private property but MUST pay taxes or you will lose it.

Capitalism is ideal until it fails and socialism has to bail it out.
Please, give me one example where socialism bailed out capitalism. Socialism has FAILED every time it's been tried, and capitalism has worked every time it's been tried. Socialism breeds misery, capitalism inspires people. Losing something, (property in this case), because you don't pay for it, is not socialism. Is it socialism when the bank repo's your car when you don't make the payments? Socialism was the mandate in obamacare, (that Trump removed), that made anyone without health insurance pay a fine for NOT having it!! That is so wrong. The Federal Govt should NEVER force anyone to HAVE to buy anything, or be penalized. NOT EVER. That goes against everything this country was founded on!!! Shame on Justice Roberts.
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How about the wall street bail out.

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America is a mix of socialism and capitalism.
Prime example is that you can have private property but MUST pay taxes or you will lose it.

Capitalism is ideal until it fails and socialism has to bail it out.
"Socialism is Communism, but without the tanks".

Watch Venezuela as an entropic, "empty-shelves", Socialist country collapses into Communism.

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Unfortunately, I think the media is invested waaaaayyy to deep covering up all the Democrats, and deep state corruption, and John Q Public is on to them now more than ever, and will NEVER forgive them, so something has to give... It's going to be very interesting to watch how things play out...
The media has devolved into the "Democratic" Party's mouthpiece!

But Congress has to wake up. To me, it's amazing to see the vast corruption investigators have found in the FBI!
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James Comey, director (fired)
Andrew McCabe, deputy director (fired)
Peter Strzok, counterintelligence expert (fired)
Lisa Page, attorney (demoted; resigned)
James Rybicki, chief of staff (resigned)
James Baker, general counsel (resigned)
Mike Kortan, assistant director for public affairs (resigned)
Josh Campbell, special assistant to James Comey (resigned)
James Turgal, executive assistant director (resigned)
Greg Bower, assistant director for office of congressional affairs (resigned)
Michael Steinbach, executive assistant director (resigned)
John Giacalone, executive assistant director (resigned)

DOJ Departures:
Sally Yates, deputy attorney general (fired)
Bruce Ohr, associate deputy attorney general (twice demoted)
David Laufman, counterintelligence chief (resigned)
Rachel Brand, deputy attorney general (resigned)
Trisha Beth Anderson, office of legal counsel for FBI (demoted or reassigned*)
John P. Carlin, assistant attorney general (resigned)
Peter Kadzik, assistant attorney general, congressional liaison (resigned)
Mary McCord, acting assistant attorney general (resigned)
Matthew Axelrod, principal assistant to deputy attorney general (resigned)
Preet Bharara, U.S. attorney, SDNY (fired along with 45 other U.S. Attorneys)
Sharon McGowan, civil rights division (resigned)
Diana Flynn, litigation director for LGBTQ civil rights (resigned)
Vanita Gupta, civil rights division (resigned)
Joel McElvain, assistant branch director of the civil division (resigned)
https://www.theepochtimes.com/strzok...d_2624607.html
And ALL of this followed the Democratic Party's purchase of the discredited "Steele-dossier" derived from a British spy with Russian roots!

British newspaper says your tax money went to the FBI's multiple purchases of the same "Steele-dossier"...

Yesterday, one declassified document shows Bob Woodward has been an FBI asset since 1973.

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To me it is also amazing to see the vast corruption that the FBI have found hanging around the current administration in the WH:
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The biggest factor is probably the wage gap growth. along with all that. We will lose the right to capitalism due to are greed at some point, A holes ruin everything. Not that I endorse it, But the Nordic countries are doing pretty good.
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The biggest factor is probably the wage gap growth. along with all that. We will lose the right to capitalism due to are greed at some point, A holes ruin everything. Not that I endorse it, But the Nordic countries are doing pretty good.
We will lose the right to capitalism when there are more people in the boat than people rowing the boat. Socialism is great until you run out of other people's money. And regarding "wage gap," what a crock! Anyone, and I mean anyone, could earn between $100,000 and $150,000 if they are committed to hard work. I know several house cleaners and landscapers that make huge money. No special skills. They do a good job and work 70+ hours per week. "Wage gap" is merely an excuse to be lazy, or not push oneself to be better.
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We will lose the right to capitalism when there are more people in the boat than people rowing the boat. Socialism is great until you run out of other people's money. And regarding "wage gap," what a crock! Anyone, and I mean anyone, could earn between $100,000 and $150,000 if they are committed to hard work. I know several house cleaners and landscapers that make huge money. No special skills. They do a good job and work 70+ hours per week. "Wage gap" is merely an excuse to be lazy, or not push oneself to be better.
The country Has been running on other peoples money for years. The national debt is at 21 trillion and rising.
Trump has made his fortune using other people money and then filing for bankruptcy when the bottom falls out. I hope he doesn't think he can do that with the country.
This administration has just kept adding to it as if it will never run out.

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We will lose the right to capitalism when there are more people in the boat than people rowing the boat. Socialism is great until you run out of other people's money. And regarding "wage gap," what a crock! Anyone, and I mean anyone, could earn between $100,000 and $150,000 if they are committed to hard work. I know several house cleaners and landscapers that make huge money. No special skills. They do a good job and work 70+ hours per week. "Wage gap" is merely an excuse to be lazy, or not push oneself to be better.
You have no idea what you're talking about, as usual, How could a blue collar worker in the 50's or 60's live on one income, buy a house, and have a comfortable life, in 40 hours bye the way.Who said socialism is good. let alone great. Look at the numbers, It's a fact. We all know you don't believe in facts, All you give is dumb little like anectdotes about about hard work.
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"Socialism is Communism, but without the tanks".

Watch Venezuela as an entropic, "empty-shelves", Socialist country collapses into Communism.


The media has devolved into the "Democratic" Party's mouthpiece!

But Congress has to wake up. To me, it's amazing to see the vast corruption investigators have found in the FBI!


And ALL of this followed the Democratic Party's purchase of the discredited "Steele-dossier" derived from a British spy with Russian roots!

British newspaper says your tax money went to the FBI's multiple purchases of the same "Steele-dossier"...

Yesterday, one declassified document shows Bob Woodward has been an FBI asset since 1973.

Jeff Sessions was Trump's biggest mistake so far, although not his fault Sessions recuses himself the day AFTER he is confirmed. Sessions should be having a field day with all the fbi/doj corruption. In a perfect world, republicans add (Trump supporting) seats to the house in the mid terms and Trump can fire Sessions and get a "PITBULL" AG confirmed to go after all the corruption!!!
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We will lose the right to capitalism when there are more people in the boat than people rowing the boat. Socialism is great until you run out of other people's money. And regarding "wage gap," what a crock! Anyone, and I mean anyone, could earn between $100,000 and $150,000 if they are committed to hard work. I know several house cleaners and landscapers that make huge money. No special skills. They do a good job and work 70+ hours per week. "Wage gap" is merely an excuse to be lazy, or not push oneself to be better.
Only 12% of the working people in America make $100-150K a year and 80% make less.
Looks like you need to get your old brogans out & kick some butt.
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How about the wall street bail out.

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The "bail outs" were NOT socialism in it's standard form... I understand your point, but you are still not comparing apples to apples. Not an accurate analogy IMHO. Every single person you listed as "pleading guilty" had NOTHING to do with Donald Trump, or his campaign. Mueller is not even investigating a crime, he is trying to fabricate one up where there is none, and he has broken MANY laws with his conspirators (including the main stream media) along the way!!! THIS ENTIRE "WITCH HUNT" IS ALL A DISTRACTION FROM THE REAL CORRUPTION IN THE FBI/DOJ, AND THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION. I'm not a gambling man, but I would bet my LIFE on this one!!! Obama was probably the most corrupt president this country has ever seen. He politicized the IRS and the FBI/DOJ that we know of, who knows what else... Two reasons he got away with it all, (so far...) is he has had the media protecting him, and he has had a republican party too scared of being called racists to even criticize him, let alone actually go after him for his real corruption. The swamp is deeper than anyone thought possible...

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You have no idea what you're talking about, as usual, How could a blue collar worker in the 50's or 60's live on one income, buy a house, and have a comfortable life, in 40 hours bye the way.Who said socialism is good. let alone great. Look at the numbers, It's a fact. We all know you don't believe in facts, All you give is dumb little like anectdotes about about hard work.
He makes perfect sense to me. He is being sarcastic when he says that socialism is great - until you run out of other people's money. He is absolutely right. What is so hard to understand about this? What I don't understand is your response. What are the facts you mentioned, and what numbers are you referring too? And what do you mean when you ask how a blue collar worker in the 50's or 60's live on one income? What does that have to do with anything we are talking about? Please explain, I'm confused.
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Jeff Sessions was Trump's biggest mistake so far, although not his fault Sessions recuses himself the day AFTER he is confirmed. Sessions should be having a field day with all the fbi/doj corruption. In a perfect world, republicans add (Trump supporting) seats to the house in the mid terms and Trump can fire Sessions and get a "PITBULL" AG confirmed to go after all the corruption!!!
Back in May, according to a DC attorney [DiGenova] had predicted that Brennan, Clapper and Comey will be indicted—but this is "old-news".

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DiGenova also predicts Brennan, Clapper and Comey will be indicted.
More indictments are to be handed down soon (next week?) regarding the FBI agents and appointees I'd listed previously.

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He makes perfect sense to me. He is being sarcastic when he says that socialism is great - until you run out of other people's money. He is absolutely right. What is so hard to understand about this? What I don't understand is your response. What are the facts you mentioned, and what numbers are you referring too? And what do you mean when you ask how a blue collar worker in the 50's or 60's live on one income? What does that have to do with anything we are talking about? Please explain, I'm confused.
Of course he makes perfect sense to you, You're delusional. Off course he's being sarcastic, he's also using a straw man since no one was arguing that. The facts are the % increase in the gap, it's east to find, It's also a fact that the younger generation Is looking at alternative forms of gov due to factors mentioned above, one of them being the wage gap. I know you're fairly new to the forum so I'll give you my recap. I've voted for libertarians my entire life, Never voted for a national Dem, Meaning pres, congress, senate. I also voted for your hero in the primary but it took me about a week to realize what a mistake that was.The difference between you and me is you're blinded by ideology so you can't clearly see the problems. If you can't figure out how the wage gap is a reason why single income family's are a tiny percent of the nation as a whole then I can't help you. I think it was Twain who said " It's easier to fool someone than to convince them they've been fooled". I don't care to fool people or have time to convince them they've been fooled anymore. End rant.
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Of course he makes perfect sense to you, You're delusional. Off course he's being sarcastic, he's also using a straw man since no one was arguing that. The facts are the % increase in the gap, it's east to find, It's also a fact that the younger generation Is looking at alternative forms of gov due to factors mentioned above, one of them being the wage gap. I know you're fairly new to the forum so I'll give you my recap. I've voted for libertarians my entire life, Never voted for a national Dem, Meaning pres, congress, senate. I also voted for your hero in the primary but it took me about a week to realize what a mistake that was.The difference between you and me is you're blinded by ideology so you can't clearly see the problems. If you can't figure out how the wage gap is a reason why single income family's are a tiny percent of the nation as a whole then I can't help you. I think it was Twain who said " It's easier to fool someone than to convince them they've been fooled". I don't care to fool people or have time to convince them they've been fooled anymore. End rant.
I'm delusional...??? Every post of yours is more proof that liberalism is a mental disorder!! "You people" make no sense at all. I still have no idea what the hell you are talking about in your rant, but I'm the stupid one, right??? This younger generation is looking for an alternative form of govt because they have been fed a bunch of BS propaganda since kindergarten. They have been taught that America sucks, and is the source of all the problems in the world by the (overwhelmingly liberal) school systems. They are destroying what has been the BEST thing that has ever happened in the history of the entire world: The Constitution of the United States. Any American citizen that does not agree with this is sadly, ill informed IMHO.

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The biggest factor is probably the wage gap growth. along with all that. We will lose the right to capitalism due to are greed at some point, A holes ruin everything. Not that I endorse it, But the Nordic countries are doing pretty good.
So what do you endorse? I am sincerely curious.
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Back in May, according to a DC attorney [DiGenova] had predicted that Brennan, Clapper and Comey will be indicted—but this is "old-news".



More indictments are to be handed down soon (next week?) regarding the FBI agents and appointees I'd listed previously.

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I'm delusional...??? Every post of yours is more proof that liberalism is a mental disorder!! "You people" make no sense at all. I still have no idea what the hell you are talking about in your rant, but I'm the stupid one, right??? This younger generation is looking for an alternative form of govt because they have been fed a bunch of BS propaganda since kindergarten. They have been taught that America sucks, and is the source of all the problems in the world by the (overwhelmingly liberal) school systems. They are destroying what has been the BEST thing that has ever happened in the history of the entire world: The Constitution of the United States. Any American citizen that does not agree with this is sadly, ill informed IMHO.
The other day, I was watching TV with my Liberal neighbors, when a spokes-person stated,
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I pointed to the TV, smirked and said, "My people".

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I'm delusional...??? Every post of yours is more proof that liberalism is a mental disorder!! "You people" make no sense at all. I still have no idea what the hell you are talking about in your rant, but I'm the stupid one, right??? This younger generation is looking for an alternative form of govt because they have been fed a bunch of BS propaganda since kindergarten. They have been taught that America sucks, and is the source of all the problems in the world by the (overwhelmingly liberal) school systems. They are destroying what has been the BEST thing that has ever happened in the history of the entire world: The Constitution of the United States. Any American citizen that does not agree with this is sadly, ill informed IMHO.
Again, you reading comprehension stands out, that's tough to do on line.
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Again, you reading comprehension stands out, that's tough to do on line.
My reading comprehension is good enough to get around your spelling and punctuation, but again, what does this mean????? I don't even know what you are talking about. I am dead serious. I honestly have no idea what you are talking about. It's like I'm trying to read something in a foreign language I don't read or speak!!! I will send you my cell phone number in a PM if you think that would help you explain, since you can't (or won't) do it on line cause I would really like to try and understand... Maybe someone else (Rusty) can explain your message to me, since he seems to agree with you. I am really confused... Somebody, pleeeeeeease help me understand this liberal jibberish speak...

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The other day, I was watching TV with my Liberal neighbors, when a spokes-person stated,
I pointed to the TV, smirked and said, "My people".

They both laughed.
The reason they call conservatives all those ridiculous names is simply because they KNOW they can not debate the issues and come out looking like the winner. They lose the argument EVERY time, (unless they lie through their teeth!!) so they have to "destroy" their opponents rather than debate the issues. No true, red blooded American would ever vote for today's liberal if the liberal actually stated his beliefs honestly, ie: Obama!!! They have just gone way to far to the left, hence the reason why they fight so hard for open borders. (They NEED those people on the Govt dole for future votes...) It's just a "play" in their playbook that they have been using for many, many years... The problem now though for them, is that the people are now realizing they have been getting "played" for all these years, and are realizing what the truth is, and it is starting to backfire on them starting with the election of Trump...!!! The results of these upcoming mid term elections will tell us all we need to know as to where the "majority" is in this country. Funny, all you hear about is the "blue wave" that is coming from the msm just like they said Trump can never beat hillary!! We shall see...

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Again, what does this mean????? I don't even know what you are talking about. I am dead serious. I honestly have no idea what you are talking about. It's like I'm trying to read something in a foreign language I don't read or speak!!! I will send you my cell phone number in a PM if you think that would help you explain, since you can't (or won't) do it on line cause I would really like to try and understand... Maybe someone else (Rusty) can explain your message to me, since he seems to agree with you. I am really confused... Somebody, pleeeeeeease help me understand this liberal jibberish speak...
noreast made an articulate explanation of his concerns about the wage gap and needs no further comments from me.
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Why am I not surprised... What is your definition of "articulate"...?
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So what do you endorse? I am sincerely curious.
I endorse nothing, It would have to be a cultural change. I believe it was Warren Buffet who said "When Bernie Sanders, or someone like him gets elected president, The same people who will be crying in there Perrier will be the ones to blame".
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I endorse nothing, It would have to be a cultural change. I believe it was Warren Buffet who said "When Bernie Sanders, or someone like him gets elected president, The same people who will be crying in there Perrier will be the ones to blame".
That "someone like him" was obama! We have already been there, done that, that's why we are where we are... Notice how conservatives dealt with obama with so much more class than the lib's are dealing with Trump!!! That's another thing I like about Trump, he is forcing liberals to show their "true colors" with their Trump derangement syndrome. Their behavior is beyond embarrassing. Trump is working on changing the culture now, (back to the way our founding fathers intended) and he is in for the fight of his life, and I think he is loving it!! You know he loves to fight, this is what he lives for!!!
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You got this exactly backwards!!!! Wait and see...
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That "someone like him" was obama! We have already been there, done that, that's why we are where we are... Notice how conservatives dealt with obama with so much more class than the lib's are dealing with Trump!!! That's another thing I like about Trump, he is forcing liberals to show their "true colors" with their Trump derangement syndrome. Their behavior is beyond embarrassing. Trump is working on changing the culture now, (back to the way our founding fathers intended) and he is in for the fight of his life, and I think he is loving it!! You know he loves to fight, this is what he lives for!!!
If this is the culture change of the future then the I feel for our children. It's too bad it has to always come down to what people will do and say for the almighty dollar.
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It's too bad it has to always come down to what people will do and say for the almighty dollar.
Bill Clinton's, "It's The Economy, Stupid" defeated GHWB.

'Liked it better when we were promised, "A Fundamental Change for America"?

Or "We Are The People We Were Waiting For"

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'Liked it better when we were promised, "A Fundamental Change for America"?

Or "We Are The People We Were Waiting For"

I just want a leader with some class. Someone that won't shock my kids and grand kids when he speaks.
I don't think the president of our great nation should act like a child. I think he could still do a good job without all the trash talk. But that's the culture that he is fostering and it's sad to see.

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You have no idea what you're talking about, as usual, How could a blue collar worker in the 50's or 60's live on one income, buy a house, and have a comfortable life, in 40 hours bye the way.Who said socialism is good. let alone great. Look at the numbers, It's a fact. We all know you don't believe in facts, All you give is dumb little like anectdotes about about hard work.
I could only hope to be as smart, educated and well-read as you. I guess you haven't read much about Margaret Thatcher who stated that "the problem with socialism is that your eventually run out of other people's money." Anyway, I am sure you will continue to blame the wealthy for all of the world's problems, but rest assured I'll continue to blame liberals.
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Let me tell you something here ....... rich or poor ...... you is better off rich!


If you want socialism, then go move to Cuba ........ adios amigo!


Down in Cuba, there's no Walmart with 13.5' Sea Dolphin Bali kayaks in medium blue, family kayaks that hold 500-lbs or two adults, two kids, and a basset hound, normally $495 ...... reduced to $250 .... two left in stock at the Plymouth Walmart. Down in Cuba there's no kayaks like this ....... all you can get in socialist Cuba is an old dead tree and you get to make it into a hollowed out canoe that maybe looks like a '57 Chevy Bel-Air if you are good ....... adios amigo!

Fidel and his brother Raul have very nice kayaks (and Fidel is dead), but for everyone else ...... all they get is a dead tree trunk.

If you save $250 on a $500 kayak, then paying for a ten dollar annual kayak sticker is not so much ...... plus it makes you feel like you own a small piece of the lake ...... the piece of the lake that you are paddling ..... and you own it, temporarily!
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I just want a leader with some class. Someone that won't shock my kids and grand kids when he speaks.
I don't think the president of our great nation should act like a child. I think he could still do a good job without all the trash talk. But that's the culture that he is fostering and it's sad to see.
Focus on the policies. Politicians have disappointed us with their behavior forever. Rhetoric between parties is nothing new. I just read a book about General US Grant. President Andrew Johnson's behavior was unbelievable, only matched by the Radical Republicans. Read letters between Adams and Jefferson, who each called into question the other's manhood.

I wonder if your kids and grandkids are offended by the actions of Presidents Roosevelt (with Mrs. Simpson), Kennedy (with Fiddle and Faddle), and Clinton (with the fat intern). So what, Trump says some outrageous things. His actions speak louder than his words. He's not a politician, which is a good thing. If you like his policies, that should be good enough. Also, Democrats have hardly covered themselves in glory. I wonder if they are as concerned about the credible allegations against Representative Keith Ellison as they are with the half-baked allegations against Judge Kavanagh. I know the answer to this question.
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Yes, you have all the answers. Why can't you get your point across without resorting to trash taking and name calling? "with the fat intern" This is exactly what I'm taking about.

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Yes, you have all the answers. Why can't you get your point across without resorting to trash taking and name calling? "with the fat intern" This is exactly what I'm taking about.

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Firstly, I thought it was kind of funny. Secondly, of all the options, it was in the best taste. After all, her name is synonymous with an act that Clinton defined as not being a sexual act.


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I just want a leader with some class. Someone that won't shock my kids and grand kids when he speaks.
I don't think the president of our great nation should act like a child. I think he could still do a good job without all the trash talk. But that's the culture that he is fostering and it's sad to see.
So you would rather have a leader with class that is driving the country towards socialism, (Obama, or any other Democrat), than a leader that talks more like the electorate that voted him in, and whose policies has the best economy this country has seen in years...?? Not to mention his foreign policies. How "shocked" would your kids be if they lost their freedom to socialism??? Yup, that makes about as much sense as affirmative action, another STUPID Democrat policy!!! The culture has been going down the tubes looooong before Trump got elected. Nice try. I blame the culture on Hollywood, the public school system, main stream media, and political correctness. All Democrat controlled. Do you see the pattern here...??
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NOTHING, since Trump ran for, and got elected president. Something would of leaked if Mueller had anything. It doesn't matter anyways. This entire investigation was started on fraudulent premises, so anything they find will be for not since they went about business illegally. There is a "thing" called the Bill of Rights that we citizens are entitled to, and if law enforcement agencies get caught infringing on those rights, or don't cross their T's and dot their I's, charges are dropped. Even when they're made up out of thin air!! There will be no charges. A sitting President cannot be indicted. Our founding fathers were absolutely brilliant. It's almost as if they knew back then that the Democrat party would eventually go rouge with corruption!! I really don't think you realize what is going on here. You should try watching something other than cnn, all it does is dumb down it's viewer(s) with fake news. Luckily it's not many, but one is too much!!
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NOTHING, since Trump ran for, and got elected president. Something would of leaked if Mueller had anything. It doesn't matter anyways. This entire investigation was started on fraudulent premises, so anything they find will be for not since they went about business illegally. There is a "thing" called the Bill of Rights that we citizens are entitled to, and if law enforcement agencies get caught infringing on those rights, or don't cross their T's and dot their I's, charges are dropped. Even when they're made up out of thin air!! There will be no charges. A sitting President cannot be indicted. Our founding fathers were absolutely brilliant. It's almost as if they knew back then that the Democrat party would eventually go rouge with corruption!! I really don't think you realize what is going on here. You should try watching something other than cnn, all it does is dumb down it's viewer(s) with fake news. Luckily it's not many, but one is too much!!
You don't know and I don't know what the outcome will be of the Mueller investigation.
I just hope it is best for the country so we can all come together and stop all this hate and dscontent from both sides.
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A "little premature cartoon" on the 16th?

But conciliatory on the 17th?

How about a cartoon that expresses a "primary Democrat ideal"—about the "treasure of Democracy"?



Yes, she really said it—at the debates!

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I just hope it is best for the country so we can all come together and stop all this hate and dscontent from both sides.
The hate is only coming from one side... and it's never ending. It's what they do since they can't debate the issues. They do it to EVERY Republican president. Think about it. Since I have been around, it has been Nixon, Reagan, Bush, Bush, and now Trump. They did it to McCain when he was running for president, but all of a sudden (lately) they loved him because he hated Trump. Hypocrites. They will only stop when they are in power, (God forbid). That's what it is all about to them, POWER, even at the expense of the country, they don't care about the country, all they care about is POWER. That's why liberalism is a mental disorder. The Mueller investigation will come up with NOTHING it was supposedly intended for: Russian collusion, (which isn't even a crime!!). I would bet my life on it.
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But conciliatory on the 17th?

How about a cartoon that expresses a "primary Democrat ideal"—about the "treasure of Democracy"?



Yes, she really said it—at the debates!

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So true!!!!! Remember when Chris Wallace asked Trump (at one of the debates) if he would accept the results of the election if he lost, and Trump wouldn't definitively say yes at that precise moment, and he got hammered by the media for days... He said he would want a chance to make sure everything was on the up and up before he accepted it. To bad he (Chris Wallace) didn't ask Hillary, (probably by design...).
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Starting on April 15, 2019, paying the federal 2018 personal federal income tax will include a ten thousand dollar limit on your state property tax deduction from your federal income tax. So, if you pay $30,000/year property tax on a Lake Winnipesaukee mcmansion, you will now have a new $20,000 net cash pay-out in federal tax.

How does that feel? This is just so unfair ...... boo-hoo ..... and could make the difference for not buying a new motor boat. Gee wiz ..... our income tax is going up, so no new boat this year ..... maybe just a new Sun Dolfin Bali 13.5' family kayak for the low, low, low price of ...... don't a u-know ....only $250 .... at u-know where ...... the Plymouth Walmart!

With the new tariff increases on consumer goods made in China, will this $250 price seem like a steal of a deal, come next year? It is a steal of a deal and the Plymouth Walmart has two big blue kayaks left, as of yesterday. So, go beat the Trump China tariff increase on consumer goods and buy it soon.
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The hate is only coming from one side... and it's never ending. It's what they do since they can't debate the issues. They do it to EVERY Republican president. Think about it. Since I have been around, it has been Nixon, Reagan, Bush, Bush, and now Trump. They did it to McCain when he was running for president, but all of a sudden (lately) they loved him because he hated Trump. Hypocrites. They will only stop when they are in power, (God forbid). That's what it is all about to them, POWER, even at the expense of the country, they don't care about the country, all they care about is POWER. That's why liberalism is a mental disorder. The Mueller investigation will come up with NOTHING it was supposedly intended for: Russian collusion, (which isn't even a crime!!). I would bet my life on it.
Oh "They" do, do "they". Too funny!

So Clinton and Obama got a free pass during their presidency Selective memory there my friend.
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So Clinton and Obama got a free pass during their presidency Selective memory there my friend.
Yes, they did receive a free pass. Look back on the confirmations of Ginsberg, Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan. All sailed through with moderate to strong Republican support. You know why, it was the right thing to do. They were qualified candidates who deserved to be treated in a respectful manner. Republicans did not pull the stunts being pulled by Democrats. Robert Bork, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts, Neil Gorsuch, and now Kavanaugh, each a dog fight. Good men being maligned for political gain. Cal Coon said it accurately, the hate comes from one side only.

Look at how an honorable man like Mitt Romney was treated. He had a binder of qualified women to fill important positions and was crucified by the press. Nothing nefarious. If only he had a little of Trump in him, and fought back, he may have been President.

What backlash did Obama receive for lying to us? (Bengasi; "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance.") Clinton lied under oath and was never convicted by the Senate. Free passes to both.

The tone and behavior is being set by liberals. Look at how Occupy Wall Street and BLM protestors behave versus Tea Party protestors. How the left takes the law into their own hands and tears down statues instead of going through the process in a democratic way. The examples are endless.

I love that Trump fights back. He doesn't let one slight go unnoticed.
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At age-72, Donald Trump is too danged old and DEFICIENT ...... an old time, crime boss ..... the crime boss in chief .... a mafia guy character from a movie ..... hope to see him in handcuffs and an orange, prison jump suit with a large 'P' on the back .... for money laundering scheme ..... for colluding to sell expensive Trump condos to Russia organized crime associates ..... in Russia, organized crime is the government ..... and Putin has him over a barrel ....

Between his sleeping late, going to bed early, writing tweets, watching Fox-TV, flying to golf, and flying to campaign events, how much time does he actually spend in the Oval Office now that Hope Hicks is no longer there?

USA needs Hope Hicks back in the Oval Office ...... she was age-28 and a very smart hottie ....... and Donald must be missing her ....... where is the Hope?


Definition of deficient: not having enough of a specified ingredient or quality ..... so what is he missing? ...... how's about dishonesty ......and he does not like dogs ...... which actually says a lot ....


You know there's a big, big difference between Donald Trump, candidate from the www.wwe.com, and Mitt Romney, candidate from the www.gop.com/platform ……. why, just look at their two hair-dos …… is totally different. One is real, and one is fake.
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At age-72, Donald Trump is too danged old and deficient to be president.

Between his sleeping late, going to bed early, writing tweets, watching Fox-TV, flying to golf, and flying to campaign events, how much time does he actually spend in the Oval Office now that Hope Hicks is no longer there?

USA needs Hope Hicks back in the Oval Office ...... she was age-28 and a very smart hottie ....... and Donald must be missing her ....... where is the Hope?
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To me it is also amazing to see the vast corruption that the FBI have found hanging around the current administration in the WH:
Yup.

One of Trump's associates is serving 14 days in prison.

Did the FBI find anything in the eight years of the Obama Administration?

That associate—and the rest—may be asking about prison library books from Martha Stewart, who served five months for the FBI's version of a "Procedural Crime".

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Oh "They" do, do "they". Too funny!

So Clinton and Obama got a free pass during their presidency Selective memory there my friend.
Yes, "they" do. If you were capable of being HONEST with yourself, you would see what I see... It's right there in your face!!! Couldn't be any more obvious. "They" are not even trying to hide the hypocrisy as much as "they" used to. Politics 101.
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Yes, "they" do. If you were capable of being HONEST with yourself, you would see what I see... It's right there in your face!!! Couldn't be any more obvious. "They" are not even trying to hide the hypocrisy as much as "they" used to. Politics 101.
Oh I "see".."see" what you "see".
Case closed my friend.
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... talking about Donald's hair and sailing - good for the world


Why ...... isn't the Donald a sort of a sailor every time he steps outdoors ..... without his hat on ..... with his comb-over exposed to the breeze .... his hair can easily do an uncontrolled flying jibe ....... ready about ...... hard to windward ..... there he goes ..... the Donald!



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Oh I "see".."see" what you "see".
Case closed my friend.
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Yes, you have all the answers. Why can't you get your point across without resorting to trash taking and name calling? "with the fat intern" This is exactly what I'm taking about.
Democrats never curse and use "F-bombs".

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How about the wall street bail out.

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Than there was the auto bail out.

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So Rusty, you are FINALLY admitted that Barack Hussein is a SOCIALIST. Good Boy for finally telling the truth about something.
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Below is an interesting article about why millennials believe socialism is better than capitalism.https://www.careerplanner.com/Career...enerations.cfm
Millennials are still in "indoctrination factories".

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They start them young believing that everyone is on an equal playing field, that there are no winners or losers (just participants which are worthy of a trophy) and squelch any concept that accomplishment is a good thing. Just be a useless victim and demand what you want. Don't need to work for it, no no, just wait for the nanny state to re-distribute it to you.

The sad thing is liberals while pontificating how they care so much about the poor, downtrodden, minorities and so on purposely exploit them for their own benefit and power. What better way to ensure total control over the masses than to get them addicted to government and what they call "free stuff".

While it may seem like all is lost, there has been an upswell of people who have extracted their kids out of this cesspool called the education system and actually taught their kids at home with a real curriculum. These kids are smart and motivated and will at some point rule the pansy masses that are being cranked out of the school systems today. Why? Because they don't cry over an election result, run to safe spaces because they don't like something and actually have a backbone to take on this nonsense.

The reason why the liberals and mainstream media despise Trump is the guy doesn't give a damn what anyone thinks of him and isn't beholden to anyone's money. He doesn't care about power, maybe his ego, but we all have flaws. He cares deeply for this country and is trying to fix it which starts by upending the political establishment in DC which explains why they, career politicians from both sides of the aisle, want him out. They don't know what to do with somebody who has the nuts to call things what they are. Thank GOD it's a breath of fresh air for a change.
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They start them young believing that everyone is on an equal playing field, that there are no winners or losers (just participants which are worthy of a trophy) and squelch any concept that accomplishment is a good thing. Just be a useless victim and demand what you want. Don't need to work for it, no no, just wait for the nanny state to re-distribute it to you.

The sad thing is liberals while pontificating how they care so much about the poor, downtrodden, minorities and so on purposely exploit them for their own benefit and power. What better way to ensure total control over the masses than to get them addicted to government and what they call "free stuff".

While it may seem like all is lost, there has been an upswell of people who have extracted their kids out of this cesspool called the education system and actually taught their kids at home with a real curriculum. These kids are smart and motivated and will at some point rule the pansy masses that are being cranked out of the school systems today. Why? Because they don't cry over an election result, run to safe spaces because they don't like something and actually have a backbone to take on this nonsense.

The reason why the liberals and mainstream media despise Trump is the guy doesn't give a damn what anyone thinks of him and isn't beholden to anyone's money. He doesn't care about power, maybe his ego, but we all have flaws. He cares deeply for this country and is trying to fix it which starts by upending the political establishment in DC which explains why they, career politicians from both sides of the aisle, want him out. They don't know what to do with somebody who has the nuts to call things what they are. Thank GOD it's a breath of fresh air for a change.
"He doesn't care about power" I had to read that twice to make sure I was reading it right.
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They start them young believing that everyone is on an equal playing field, that there are no winners or losers (just participants which are worthy of a trophy) and squelch any concept that accomplishment is a good thing. Just be a useless victim and demand what you want. Don't need to work for it, no no, just wait for the nanny state to re-distribute it to you.

The sad thing is liberals while pontificating how they care so much about the poor, downtrodden, minorities and so on purposely exploit them for their own benefit and power. What better way to ensure total control over the masses than to get them addicted to government and what they call "free stuff".

While it may seem like all is lost, there has been an upswell of people who have extracted their kids out of this cesspool called the education system and actually taught their kids at home with a real curriculum. These kids are smart and motivated and will at some point rule the pansy masses that are being cranked out of the school systems today. Why? Because they don't cry over an election result, run to safe spaces because they don't like something and actually have a backbone to take on this nonsense.

The reason why the liberals and mainstream media despise Trump is the guy doesn't give a damn what anyone thinks of him and isn't beholden to anyone's money. He doesn't care about power, maybe his ego, but we all have flaws. He cares deeply for this country and is trying to fix it which starts by upending the political establishment in DC which explains why they, career politicians from both sides of the aisle, want him out. They don't know what to do with somebody who has the nuts to call things what they are. Thank GOD it's a breath of fresh air for a change.
Awesome post Maxum, couldn't agree more!! However, I feel the need to add one thing you missed. Now their latest load of crap they're trying to force down our throats on top of not wanting to recognize winners and losers, is not wanting to recognize penis' and vagina's!!! I heard a lib the other day saying that from the time a child is born, they are not going to use the words "he" or "she" until the child decides what gender they want to be, usually around the age of 4!!! That sounds like a serious mental disorder to me. Now I ask, who is destroying the culture?????
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"He doesn't care about power" I had to read that twice to make sure I was reading it right.
He cares about transferring the power back to the people, NOT having power OVER the people... Big difference!! He is also demonstrating peace through strength to the rest of the world, ie: POWER. They don't have to like us, just respect us. N Korea is a good example of this so far. Trump has already gotten more out of that nut job in N Korea than any other president did. POWER commands respect.
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