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If that is true, all you leftists can stop spewing your hatred. Pretty soon you are going to have things your way.

 

Smile (it doesn't hurt) and be happy.

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@Richva wrote:

A new poll shows the American people in both parties and independents have about had it. 

 

 

 

Over the weekend, President Trump bashed his attorney general for refusing to place Republicans above the law.

To be clear, Trump did this explicitly. In two tweets, Trump slammed Jeff Sessions over charges brought against two Republican members of Congress, an apparent reference to two of his earliest congressional supporters, claiming this would now place their seats in doubt this fall. “Good job Jeff,” Trump raged.

In so doing, Trump inadvertently crystallized the argument for a Democratic-led House: He flatly and openly stated that the rule of law should not apply to Republican members of Congress, particularly his own supporters, because applying the law to them makes a Democratic takeover of the House (which means real accountability for Trump as well) more likely.

 

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2018/09/04/voters-want-a-check-on-this-lawless-rag...


This reminds me of when, speaking before Parliament, Stanley Baldwin bluntly admitted that his failure to act to rearm Britain in the face of Nazi Germany was owed to his fear that he might lose an election.

 

This, said Winston Churchill, "was indeed appalling frankness. It carried naked truth about his motives into indecency. That a Prime Minister should avow that he had not done his duty in regard to national safety because he was afraid of losing the election was an incident without parallel in our Parliamentary history."

 

If only our conservative party could admit to their own such indecency.

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@Richva

He just has to keep on ranting and tweeting, may be right OUT of Office.
He is his own Worst Enemy, because he thinks HE is right and HE knows it all.            IMO

So go ahead Donald tweet away, rant yourself right out of Office, do us all a Favor.

Live For Today, No One is Guaranteed a TOMORROW !
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Then they need to show up at the polls in November. No if's and's or buts!!! Trumps latest polls are horrible news for him. As I have said before, I think Trump is going to drag down the GOP this November.
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A new poll shows the American people in both parties and independents have about had it. 

 

 

 

Over the weekend, President Trump bashed his attorney general for refusing to place Republicans above the law.

To be clear, Trump did this explicitly. In two tweets, Trump slammed Jeff Sessions over charges brought against two Republican members of Congress, an apparent reference to two of his earliest congressional supporters, claiming this would now place their seats in doubt this fall. “Good job Jeff,” Trump raged.

In so doing, Trump inadvertently crystallized the argument for a Democratic-led House: He flatly and openly stated that the rule of law should not apply to Republican members of Congress, particularly his own supporters, because applying the law to them makes a Democratic takeover of the House (which means real accountability for Trump as well) more likely.

 

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2018/09/04/voters-want-a-check-on-this-lawless-rag...

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