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@rker321 wrote:

@Fishslayer777 wrote:

Time to go to work. Lots to do. So what's the "issues"  that's currently impacting the nation and the 2020 presidential election. 

 

Not sure Immigration is workable or health care... although it would be nice. Maybe infrastructure? Trade deals? North Korea? deficit? Middle East? Russia?

How about legislation to keep forgeing governments accountable for interference? Sounds like an easy one.

 

There's room for bipartisan legislation. 

 

Perhaps if we FORGIVE  our enemies,it would work.

 


 


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When do we start governing?

When tRump is replaced in office with someone competent.

 

I like taking those quick polls at the end of articles.  If this topic's title were one of those questions. I think your answer alferd could be the No.1 choice.

 

Is the Mueller report good (36%) or bad (53%) for Trump?

Trust more, media (49%) or Trump? (30%)

Importance of religious views? (48%)

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@mandm84 wrote:

The Democrats still have 2 more years to equal the Republican's Hillary Benghazi Witch Hunt. So what's the rush Conservative's ?


Exactly!

If there's any sense of equality and equity in the dishonest repugnicant party - then it's obvious that Democrats deserve two more years of trying to find something to charge tRump with...

 

Unless the repugnicant party really IS as dishonest and evil as many have said it appears to be...

 

When do we start governing?

When tRump is replaced in office with someone competent.

 

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@Fishslayer777 wrote:

Time to go to work. Lots to do. So what's the "issues"  that's currently impacting the nation and the 2020 presidential election. 

 

Not sure Immigration is workable or health care... although it would be nice. Maybe infrastructure? Trade deals? North Korea? deficit? Middle East? Russia?

How about legislation to keep forgeing governments accountable for interference? Sounds like an easy one.

 

There's room for bipartisan legislation. 

 

Perhaps if we FORGIVE  our enemies,it would work.

 


 

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The Democrats still have 2 more years to equal the Republican's Hillary Benghazi Witch Hunt. So what's the rush Conservative's ?

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   Donald continues to deny the Congress any ability to do it's job by Veto significant legislation that has passed.    Other than that, look to the Turtle in the Senate.    Some seem to forget how the Congress actually works.   

PRO-LIFE is Affordable Healthcare for ALL .
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Actually, a good question. Here is a list of bills passed by the Democratic House. Most are sitting dead in the Republican Senate. 

 

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/

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Time to go to work. Lots to do. So what's the "issues"  that's currently impacting the nation and the 2020 presidential election. 

 

Not sure Immigration is workable or health care... although it would be nice. Maybe infrastructure? Trade deals? North Korea? deficit? Middle East? Russia?

How about legislation to keep forgeing governments accountable for interference? Sounds like an easy one.

 

There's room for bipartisan legislation. 

 

 

 


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