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Treasured Social Butterfly
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Registered: ‎07-30-2009

Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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rker321 wrote:

jimc91 wrote:

And the swamp continues to reveal itself...  Making it easy to know where to work.

 

Move the agenda forward.

 

 

 Could that be the Swamp  according to Jim?


 


Since you are a Republican surely you understand how this works...

 

The people voted and gave the Republicans the house.  Then the senate.  Then the White House.  The Republicans need to get aboard the train and support the agenda the people voted for that President Trump ran on.  Its what the VOTERS want.  Any Republican that can not support our President should leave the party so we can once again vote for the "right people".

 

Its really pretty simple...

 

 

VIMTSTL
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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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jimc91 wrote:

And the swamp continues to reveal itself...  Making it easy to know where to work.

 

Move the agenda forward.

 

 

 Could that be the Swamp  according to Jim?


 

Treasured Social Butterfly
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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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And the swamp continues to reveal itself...  Making it easy to know where to work.

 

Move the agenda forward.

 

 

 

VIMTSTL
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Re: 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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    Donald doesn't want to be a democratic leader, he wants to be an Autocrat, like Duerte or Erdogan or Putin.    

     Mr. thin-skinned short-fingered vulgarian has showed his hand and proved that he is indeed a very dangerous man, who cares only about himself.  

 

    Republicans here will run away from this topic

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'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

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http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/355060-gop-senator-to-trump-are-you-recanting-of-the-oath-of-offi...

 

GOP senator to Trump: Are you 'recanting of the' Oath of Office?

 

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) is questioning whether President Trump's claim that it's "disgusting" that the press can "write whatever it wants" suggests that he is reneging on his Oath of Office. 

 

 

Freedom of the press and fascism can't co-exist, one of them has to go.