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keepinitreal

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I like that dude.  

No obamacare bailout money, whoop

no new money to bailout the Puerto Ricans, whoop

Mulvaney has more energy than Spicer.  Spicer reminds me of a well dressed kazoo

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Originally Posted by keepinitreal
I like that dude.  

No obamacare bailout money, whoop

no new money to bailout the Puerto Ricans, whoop

Mulvaney has more energy than Spicer.  Spicer reminds me of a well dressed kazoo

I like spicer when he is getting pushy with his podium. 

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keepinitreal

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Secure the border first.  How many ways does that have to be said?
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I like - secure the border...........
keepinitreal

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Originally Posted by EarlyGrayce
You are jacking this thread.  Here ya go.

http://robocoach.websitetoolbox.com/post/bible-8248956?pid=1294781471


Where you been? You getting bored here too?


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EarlyGrayce

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lol lots of work with school heading towards graduation, and coaching my HS team. I dropped a bomb over on the MAGA thread earlier today.
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3% may be optimistic.



"The White House will release its “taxpayer-first budget” on Tuesday, which includes $1.7 trillion in cuts for entitlement spending and a 30 percent reduction in the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) budget.

The Trump budget proposal will balance over the next ten years by cutting both mandatory and discretionary funding for agencies such as the EPA and State Department. The budget proposal assumes that the economy will grow at three percent compared to the 1.6 percent growth that America experienced in 2016. White House staffers explained that the proposal is a “post-policy” budget, meaning that the budget assumes that Trump signed the health care overhaul known as the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and tax reform into law.

 The budget proposal will make substantial cuts into four entitlement programs, SNAP (food stamps), CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), and SSDI (Disability Insurance). The Trump budget assumes that the AHCA becomes law, which would roll back Medicaid expansion. White House staffers told Axios that the budget would cut entitlement costs through an “emphasis on work requirements for able-bodied people.”

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White House staffers explained that the proposal is a “post-policy” budget, meaning that the budget assumes that Trump signed the health care overhaul known as the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and tax reform into law.

 


oops
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oops

oh mike!

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keepinitreal

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CNN article this morning. Go figure.



CNN --- T
oday, I admire Donald Trump. His remarks made in the aftermath of the terror attack in Manchester captured the mood in Britain perfectly. Terrorists are not soldiers, not even murderers -- they are "losers." And this tragic event validates Trump's initiative of uniting the world against terrorism. Suddenly, he feels like a serious international leader.

There has to be a change in tone. Barack Obama began his presidency with an erudite speech in Cairo declaring that America would be humbler from now on. Trump, by contrast, landed in Saudi Arabia looking like an emperor meeting a king. Trump's provincialism is an act. He might not understand the etiquette of Capitol Hill, but international business is in his bones.

He brings with him, abroad, a new sense of strategic vision. Obama's critics should give him a break for having to govern in a time of anarchy and limited choices. But he compounded regional crises by laying down red lines, for instance on the use of chemical weapons, that he then allowed dictators to cross. He hung back from action in Syria, yet aided the revolt against Gadhafi in Libya.
And his centerpiece deal with Iran came at a heavy price: the slow expansion of Tehran's influence throughout the region. No wonder Gulf states desire greater US involvement, and Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, praised the US Tomahawk strike on a Syrian airstrip.
This is what Trump is doing that Obama was reluctant to do: He's picking sides. The choices are not ideal. Who would want to ally with Saudi Arabia, a fossilized monarchy that won't even let women drive, which has long been accused of itself exporting extremism? On the other hand, when Saudi Arabia is in a proxy war with Iran in Yemen, it is at least coherent and rational to sell arms to the Saudis.
 
 The Saudis are not good guys but, say the realists, they aren't bad guys, either, in the sense of wanting to hurt the West. The Iranians, by contrast, are accused of breaking the terms of Obama's nuclear agreement with missile tests. Two of these missiles were reported to carry slogans calling for the downfall of Israel."

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Regarding the Trump-Russia BS, all one has to do is listen to Alan Dershowitz to realize what a farce this is.  There's no crime, per Dershowitz.  Democrats and some Republicans (McCain) need to move on.  Remember that Dershowitz voted for Hillary.




keepinitreal

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 Dershowitz has been banging out the same story for 6 months, that was enough for me.  I think the story and the narrative that KPI/BAMA wrote up [about 1000 words] was semi-psychotic 
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keepinitreal

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Quote:
Originally Posted by EarlyGrayce

CNN article this morning. Go figure.



CNN --- T
oday, I admire Donald Trump. His remarks made in the aftermath of the terror attack in Manchester captured the mood in Britain perfectly. Terrorists are not soldiers, not even murderers -- they are "losers." And this tragic event validates Trump's initiative of uniting the world against terrorism. Suddenly, he feels like a serious international leader.

There has to be a change in tone. Barack Obama began his presidency with an erudite speech in Cairo declaring that America would be humbler from now on. Trump, by contrast, landed in Saudi Arabia looking like an emperor meeting a king. Trump's provincialism is an act. He might not understand the etiquette of Capitol Hill, but international business is in his bones.

He brings with him, abroad, a new sense of strategic vision. Obama's critics should give him a break for having to govern in a time of anarchy and limited choices. But he compounded regional crises by laying down red lines, for instance on the use of chemical weapons, that he then allowed dictators to cross. He hung back from action in Syria, yet aided the revolt against Gadhafi in Libya.
And his centerpiece deal with Iran came at a heavy price: the slow expansion of Tehran's influence throughout the region. No wonder Gulf states desire greater US involvement, and Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, praised the US Tomahawk strike on a Syrian airstrip.
This is what Trump is doing that Obama was reluctant to do: He's picking sides. The choices are not ideal. Who would want to ally with Saudi Arabia, a fossilized monarchy that won't even let women drive, which has long been accused of itself exporting extremism? On the other hand, when Saudi Arabia is in a proxy war with Iran in Yemen, it is at least coherent and rational to sell arms to the Saudis.
 
 The Saudis are not good guys but, say the realists, they aren't bad guys, either, in the sense of wanting to hurt the West. The Iranians, by contrast, are accused of breaking the terms of Obama's nuclear agreement with missile tests. Two of these missiles were reported to carry slogans calling for the downfall of Israel."


That was NOT Don Lemon was it?

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I personally hope the left keeps spinning the Russian story and doesn't look at the real reason they lost.
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keepinitreal

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true DAT!  Brookings Institute or not, keep proving what idiots they are
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This is for KPI (though she is but a whisp in our memories now).  She seemed to really hang on approval ratings. 

"TRUMP APPROVAL POPS TO 48%"
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_may24

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true DAT!  Brookings Institute or not, keep proving what idiots they are


LOL - Brookings Inst.  This schitt will NEVER get old.

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Trump is the biggest moron ever to hold the presidency. He makes a complete fool of himself just about every day. And he's sinister. But I get that his brash idiocy and dishonesty appeal to rural folk. He's got the emotional maturity and intellect of a 12-year. Even his wife hates him--that is why she lives in NY while he's in Washington and brusquely pushes away his hand when he attempts to hold her hand. Can you imagine being married to this idiot who knows absolutely nothing and yet struts around bloviating about how great he is? He tries to lecture a reporter from the Economist on the term "priming the pump" when he has no idea what it means--and then claims he invented the term. Read some interview transcripts--he's an absolute joke. There are a lot of vile people around, but many are at least halfway smart. And there are lots of stupid people who are at least decent human beings. Trump is the rare combination of stupid and sinister. Oh, it's sweet listening to fools pretend that he's just the president we need. Ha, ha, ha. What confidential information is Trump going to divulge to another world leader tomorrow? Republicans are turning on him because they are quite aware of how bonkers he is.

Oh, yes: the muscular foreign policy of conservatives/Republicans: lets shake our d--k at the world--they'll be so impressed. Bush and the neocons did that. They lied blatantly to start a war with Iraq that cost American way more than $2 Trillion and accomplished little if anything. But, yea, big Donnie with his fake tan and orange combover will solve all the problems in the world---just as the Republicans will try to pass a huge tax cut for the rich and pretend that money will "trickle down" to everyone else AND balance the budget! Dream on.  

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Trump is the biggest moron ever to hold the presidency. He makes a complete fool of himself just about every day. And he's sinister. But I get that his brash idiocy and dishonesty appeal to rural folk. He's got the emotional maturity and intellect of a 12-year. Even his wife hates him--that is why she lives in NY while he's in Washington and brusquely pushes away his hand when he attempts to hold her hand. Can you imagine being married to this idiot who knows absolutely nothing and yet struts around bloviating about how great he is? He tries to lecture a reporter from the Economist on the term "priming the pump" when he has no idea what it means--and then claims he invented the term. Read some interview transcripts--he's an absolute joke. There are a lot of vile people around, but many are at least halfway smart. And there are lots of stupid people who are at least decent human beings. Trump is the rare combination of stupid and sinister. Oh, it's sweet listening to fools pretend that he's just the president we need. Ha, ha, ha. What confidential information is Trump going to divulge to another world leader tomorrow? Republicans are turning on him because they are quite aware of how bonkers he is.

Oh, yes: the muscular foreign policy of conservatives/Republicans: lets shake our d--k at the world--they'll be so impressed. Bush and the neocons did that. They lied blatantly to start a war with Iraq that cost American way more than $2 Trillion and accomplished little if anything. But, yea, big Donnie with his fake tan and orange combover will solve all the problems in the world---just as the Republicans will try to pass a huge tax cut for the rich and pretend that money will "trickle down" to everyone else AND balance the budget! Dream on.  


Is it possible that Bama has a third handle?

Hey Kazoo - way to present a cogent, fact-based, emotionless argument.  Geez - you libs are so devoid of any rational thought.
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kazoo, So much estrogen, I'm surrounded
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LOL - Brookings Inst.  This schitt will NEVER get old.


No it will not

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Regarding the Trump-Russia BS, all one has to do is listen to Alan Dershowitz to realize what a farce this is.  There's no crime, per Dershowitz.  Democrats and some Republicans (McCain) need to move on.  Remember that Dershowitz voted for Hillary.






They already took it down dude, luk at dat schitt

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Trump, as opposed to Obama, told ME leaders to get their Sh*t straight, and don't take to long doing it. Then he went and kissed the Popes Communist ring and said, what can I help you do to stop the slaughter of Christians? I like the expressions of the principals of the ME as they watched Trump speak on their home turf. He didn't apologize, but instead put the burden of terrorism where it lays, at the foot of ME nation states. Now we have a President. I understand if many of you consider him a buffoon, but take a moment to contrast his actions with those apologetic speeches of Obama. What do you think leaders of the ME respect? Apologist, or forceful leaders in control of the world's most powerful military? Hint, bad people respect brutal force, and thereby respect the leader of our nation, that could at any point unleash hell storm upon their dictatorships. The bad guys do, and always will respect the guy with more guns and bombs than they have. The Bad guys tread a fine line between being powerful tribal chieftains in their backwards societies, and the dead guy at the hands of a different tribe.
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My opinion is that, buffoons can learn and grow.  I have faith in him, not despair.  I grudgingly voted for him, I root for him


 Trolls, salt licks and libtards make me like him even more.

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P.S.  I love Ivanka and I told my wife
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Is it a kind of a close my eyes thing, or a full on admission of love of the Ivanka thing? It's a thin razors edge you walk my friend. Where kevlar socks, or underwear at your choosing. Women be beasties when spurned.
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: lets shake our d--k at the world-;


Now, now. Let's not let your personal fantasies cloud your judgement.

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She watched her years ago on The Apprentice with me, when we last watched TV together, LOL

 I didn't crush on her then, softball years

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