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    Quote Originally Posted by glennac View Post
    Give it a rest Gary. Your TDS has gone way overboard. I believe that you're incapable of rational and logic thought on Trump.

    Please lay off that koolaid the Democrats are passing out to their supporters which clouds your brain on Trump's great accomplishments and makes you think think pro communists Marxists like Sanders are anti communists and America first anti communist Trump is pro communist. Gees. Give us a break. Thank you very much
    Glenn, as much as you think Trump is a great president & patriot is as much as I think he is a tyrant who cares nothing about our country beyond what he can take from it. So maybe I do suffer from TDS but that doesn't mean that Trump's supporters don't also suffer from TBS(Trump Blind Syndrome). He fooled me in the early stages of his campaign & I actually supported him for a short while. Any president is going to do both positive or negative things for our country so the problem I have is not as much with Trump's actions but that he does them with impunity. Give him credit for the positives but don't let his negatives go unnoticed or without reprimand. To do so is very dangerous for the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vin lashon View Post
    A lot has changed since the Repubs owned both Senate and house. The Repubs are much more united now. Trump's 2nd term with all 3 could be epic with Republican cohesiveness.
    Sorry But I don't believe the Republicans have changed. Rather if things did happen that the Republicans maintain their control of the senate and gained back the house with Trump still president, the Republicans will start their never arguing among themselves just like they did with Bush as president. They agreed many things needed to be done but could not agree how to do it. They got smug and did not think they would lose control and failed to get anything that was needed done. They will do it again because most of them hate Trump almost as bad as the Dem's, he's just not one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyed View Post
    Glenn, as much as you think Trump is a great president & patriot is as much as I think he is a tyrant who cares nothing about our country beyond what he can take from it. So maybe I do suffer from TDS but that doesn't mean that Trump's supporters don't also suffer from TBS(Trump Blind Syndrome). He fooled me in the early stages of his campaign & I actually supported him for a short while. Any president is going to do both positive or negative things for our country so the problem I have is not as much with Trump's actions but that he does them with impunity. Give him credit for the positives but don't let his negatives go unnoticed or without reprimand. To do so is very dangerous for the country.
    Tooche Gary, I see we are on opposite sides on Trump and will remain so I presume as I can't see Trump ever doing anything other than making America strong again. So you stated your position and took a stab at mine. Anyhow Trump is my hero so to speak and I respect your right to disagree. So carry on. Thank you very much
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    Given that recent history at ARP suggests Gary is not interested to listen to FACT...
    GA sees no reason to read his posts anymore...

    LOVE the ignore feature...
    It lowers the wasted time!

    Bye-bye Gary...

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    The entire impeachment hoax in a few minutes:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLhY...ture=emb_title

    And Gary... this one is short enough for your attention span...
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    Oooops...

    More biased fake news:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...nvestigations/


    Why is it... that most of the DIM witnesses... have an ax to grind or have crime to hide???

    And IMO a larger question... why is it... that a handful of folks get caught up in the gossip ring and refuse to think clearly???
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    There is probably 40% of the population that for the most part hate Trump no matter what. There is also about 40% that love him also almost no matter what he does. The middle 20 percent will decide the next President. That is how it usually is, this time it’s just more polarized than usual. People can blame the divide on the media, or the Dems, or TDS, or what they want to. I think Trump’s abrasive ego is at least as much to blame as anything else. His own words and actions are often offensive, divisive, unnecessary , and shoot himself in the leg.


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    "Let's hope" ?

    It would not surprise me if a substantial number of those applicants are democrat sympathizers. All should have to submit to forensic accounting before being allowed to run in the primary. Their money trail should be public knowledge.

    Who was it that said: Trust - but Verify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Follow up on this...
    I read somewhere recently...
    That over 1000 folks have filed to run as GOP for the 435 seats in the house...
    That is something like 1/3 MORE than the previous high number of GOP filings for a single election.

    Lets hope a significant number of those are MAGA/KAG folks...
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    True newoldtech, but the economy keeps roaring along and all those people that didn't have jobs before but do now are they in that 20% ?
    What risk are they willing to take ?

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    I disagree.

    There is plenty of war to win.

    OK; a full frontal assault on the Trump Presidency is not a great place to waste valuable resources - but there are a thousand other skirmishes where they Can win ground and, with enough of it, they can outflank, cut supply lines (in Congress and State Houses), control communications, and convince the natives to support them.

    This war will never be over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by model m-man View Post
    Seems to me that the TDS Democrats are getting more desperate by the day. Their hatred for the President has been in overdrive from day 1 after the election. As good as he has been for the country the hate keeps building.

    It's my opinion as the election closes in they have came to realize two important facts. The first is the obvious. They don't have anyone running who can beat the President. I really don't think that's their greatest fear though. Their greatest fear is the simple fact they have lost the party.

    Democrats realize President Trump will be history 4 years after the election. With over a third of the Democrat party now socialist what's left of the old Democrat party is no longer relevant. In a nutshell they know they are dying and there's absolutely nothing they can do about it short of asking their members to think. That's an unforgivable sin that will never happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    True newoldtech, but the economy keeps roaring along and all those people that didn't have jobs before but do now are they in that 20% ?
    What risk are they willing to take ?
    Like the famous saying goes....“it’s the economy stupid”.
    I think that gives Trump the edge, especially considering how absurdly left the dems have gone. We shall see.


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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    Like the famous saying goes....“it’s the economy stupid”.
    I think that gives Trump the edge, especially considering how absurdly left the dems have gone. We shall see.


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    Just imagine for a moment that we had a government that actually worked for the people. Things got done not a wall with left on one side and right the other. This country could be that becon once again that all the world envied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    Just imagine for a moment that we had a government that actually worked for the people. Things got done not a wall with left on one side and right the other. This country could be that becon once again that all the world envied.
    That would be nice. Personally I abandoned being an idealist years ago. Too many people with diametrically opposed goals and beliefs. Too many people competing for their own piece of the pie. I’m more of the camp that the world is more often than not a cruel, cold place. The best I hope for nowadays is just a bit of civility.


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