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@easyed598 wrote:

Lydia wrote-Can someone, anyone, explain to me why Republicans find it necessary to bring up comparisons to Obama's this or that in almost every discussion?

 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Glad to-The Dems tout this last election as the biggest  victory in decades that they had . It actually was a minor victory and most Presidents have bigger losses in their first 2 years. Obama lost over 60 HR seats and 7 Senate seats in his first 2 years.Trump lost about 30 seats and picked up at least  2 senate seats. Do you kind of get the picture?

 

Yep - the majority of Americans already have the picture- the picture that is that trump needs to be out of office - and under the prison...

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easyed598:  It is California that is full of Trump haters .No surprise that it is difficult to be a state supreme justice in that state. Kavanaugh is just an excuse to switch partys. The stench comes from the national Democrat party after watching the debacle of the Kavanaugh hearings which was the most dishonest hearings ever held. Polls   say it hurt the Democrat brand and will be used in the national election in 2020 against the DEMS.

 

The indoctrination is complete with no trace of reality left.


If it goes on much longer they will need deprogrammed !


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Gerrymandering has nothing to do with electing President and Senators and supreme court justices.Smiley Frustrated

 

 

 Gerrymandering affects state elections and legislative bodies, and they decided who can vote and under what conditions in all elections.

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easyed598:  It actually was a minor victory and most Presidents have bigger losses in their first 2 years. 

 

 

Something tells me reality will hit only after House Democrats start exercising their subpoena power. Smiley Happy

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@easyed598 wrote:

Lydia wrote-Can someone, anyone, explain to me why Republicans find it necessary to bring up comparisons to Obama's this or that in almost every discussion?

 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Glad to-The Dems tout this last election as the biggest  victory in decades that they had . It actually was a minor victory and most Presidents have bigger losses in their first 2 years. Obama lost over 60 HR seats and 7 Senate seats in his first 2 years.Trump lost about 30 seats and picked up at least  2 senate seats. Do you kind of get the picture?

 

Yep - the majority of Americans already have the picture- the picture that is that trump needs to be out of office - and under the prison...




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Lydia wrote-Can someone, anyone, explain to me why Republicans find it necessary to bring up comparisons to Obama's this or that in almost every discussion?

 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Glad to-The Dems tout this last election as the biggest  victory in decades that they had . It actually was a minor victory and most Presidents have bigger losses in their first 2 years. Obama lost over 60 HR seats and 7 Senate seats in his first 2 years.Trump lost about 30 seats and picked up at least  2 senate seats. Do you kind of get the picture?

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@easyed598 wrote:

It is California that is full of Trump haters .No surprise that it is difficult to be a state supreme justice in that state. Kavanaugh is just an excuse to switch partys. The stench comes from the national Democrat party after watching the debacle of the Kavanaugh hearings which was the most dishonest hearings ever held. Polls   say it hurt the Democrat brand and will be used in the national election in 2020 against the DEMS.


The excuses are becoming to flimsy not to notice them. Hatred for Trump? really?    I am not changing PARTY.   I will continue to be a Republican, because for too many years I have seen many morally and respected men be part of that party.
The problem lies today in the fact that what is called the Republican party is not.

This is theTrump's party, with all their immoralities and lack of honesty that we have been seeing in many of them.

Eventually, they will not be able to continue to accept and excuse the lies, the lack of understanding the rule of Law, the amount of fraud, and other crimes that are now excuse by Juliani  by saying "no one has been killed or robbed.  
Hatred is the least emotion that this President inspires.  pity,  sadness, disappointment,  and a lot of inner culpability for electing such a crook to become our President.

Eventually they will have to retract themselves and realize that if they don't, they will not be able to deal with their own constituents and expect them to believe anything that they have to say.

Shame on those Republicans that are not thinking as Americans, shame of leaving their country to the likes of this crook.

 

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@easyed598 wrote:

Tom wrote-didn't hurt them in November.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Much better than Obama in his first 2 years and Picked up seats in Senate.

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Can someone, anyone, explain to me why Republicans find it necessary to bring up comparisons to Obama's this or that in almost every discussion?


 


It has everything to do with the inherent racism of those who didn't/wouldn't vote for Obama because he wasn't white or an in-the-closet plainly biased republican...

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easyed598:  It is California that is full of Trump haters .No surprise that it is difficult to be a state supreme justice in that state. Kavanaugh is just an excuse to switch partys. The stench comes from the national Democrat party after watching the debacle of the Kavanaugh hearings which was the most dishonest hearings ever held. Polls   say it hurt the Democrat brand and will be used in the national election in 2020 against the DEMS.

 

The indoctrination is complete with no trace of reality left.

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@easyed598 wrote:

Tom wrote-didn't hurt them in November.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Much better than Obama in his first 2 years and Picked up seats in Senate.

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Can someone, anyone, explain to me why Republicans find it necessary to bring up comparisons to Obama's this or that in almost every discussion?


 

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