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#1511647 --- 12/30/17 09:35 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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http://www.cnn.com/2017/12/29/politics/donald-trump-new-york-times/index.html

The 47 most outrageous lines in Donald Trump's New York Times interview
Chris Cillizza

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large

Updated 9:24 AM ET, Sat December 30, 2017


On Thursday at Mar-a-Lago, President Donald Trump decided to sit down and chat. With a reporter. For The New York Times. For 30 minutes.
Lucky for us, the Times released excerpts of the conversation between Trump and Michael Schmidt. I went through the interview and took note of 47 -- yes, 47 -- of the most stand-out lines. They're below.

1. "I thought it was a terrible thing he did. [Inaudible.] I thought it was certainly unnecessary. I thought it was a terrible thing."
Is this Trump talking about some longtime political opponent, you ask? Nope. It's actually Trump talking about his own attorney general, Jeff Sessions, and the decision by Sessions to recuse himself from the Russia investigation! And that, by the way, was a terrible thing.

28. "I don't want to get into loyalty, but I will tell you that, I will say this: Holder protected President Obama. Totally protected him."
I don't want to pick my favorite Trump quote in this interview but I will tell you this is it.

29. "We hear bulls*** from the Democrats. Like Joe Manchin. Joe's a nice guy."
From "bulls***" to "nice guy" in eight words: The presidency of Donald Trump.

45. "In fact, I hate to say, it was reported this morning, and it was reported on Fox."
"Believe it or not, even when I'm in Washington or New York, I do not watch much television." -- Donald Trump

46. "Another reason that I'm going to win another four years is because newspapers, television, all forms of media will tank if I'm not there because without me, their ratings are going down the tubes."
The cynicism here is towering. And it reveals Trump's basic belief that everything and everyone is solely motivated by profit.

47. "So they basically have to let me win."
Well, that about does it for me. Happy (almost) New Year!
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#1511659 --- 12/30/17 11:20 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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#1511661 --- 12/30/17 11:31 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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LOL, lets go with your off topic and tasteless joke, if this women is 90 years old now, that would have made her 13 years old back in 1940, now you know where we're heading with this don't you? crazy

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#1511667 --- 12/30/17 02:21 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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LOL, lets go with your off topic and tasteless joke, if this women is 90 years old now, that would have made her 13 years old back in 1940, now you know where we're heading with this don't you? crazy



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No! I don't know.
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#1511669 --- 12/30/17 02:43 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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I laugh at the fact that you're punch drunk and illiterate. Somehow you like pissing contests that ultimately ends in you going off line, regrouping, only to come back with foolishness more inline with insanity. Usually people like yourself who love pissing contests, were the butt of everyone jokes...let me guess, 5 feet 7 inches, 150 Lbs soaking wet or adversely same height and 300 Lbs. either way, you're a defenseless, punk a&$ and whiny in the real world. That being said, no need to act dumb, you're a great natural.

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#1511723 --- 01/01/18 09:57 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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U.S. oil production booms as new year begins
https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/...m=.5fccb454f8e4

By Thomas Heath December 31 at 5:09 PM

U.S. crude oil production is flirting with record highs heading into the new year, thanks to the technological nimbleness of shale oil drillers .

The current abundance has erased memories of 1973 gas lines, which raised pump prices dramatically, traumatizing the United States and reordering its economy. In the decades since, presidents and politicians have made pronouncements calling for U.S. energy independence.

President Jimmy Carter in a televised speech compared the energy crisis of 1977 to “the moral equivalent of war.”



“It’s a total turnaround from where we were in the ’70s,” said Frank Verrastro, senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Shale oil drills can now plunge deep into the earth, pivot and tunnel sideways for miles until they hit an oil pocket, Verrastro said.



The United States is so awash in oil that petroleum-rich Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil and natural gas company is reportedly interested in investing in the fertile Texas Permian Basin shale oil region, according to a report last month.

That is a far cry from the days when U.S. production was on what was thought to be an irreversible downward path.

“For years and years, we thought we were running out of oil,” Verrastro said. “It took $120 for a barrel of oil to make people experiment with technology, and that has been unbelievably successful. We are the largest oil and gas producer in the world.”

Shale oil drillers have spawned a revolution using high-pressure drilling, coupled with a mixture of water and sand, which breaks open — “fractures” — hard-to-reach oil pockets trapped in rock.

The major shale oil fields are in southern and southwest Texas, Montana and North Dakota, and Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming and parts of Nebraska. There are also deposits east of the Mississippi in West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.



U.S. oil production averaged around 9.6 million barrels per day in 2017. The highest U.S. production based on monthly government data is above 10 million barrels per day, which dates back to 1970.

Production hit 9.58 million barrels per day in May 2015 before prices dropped because of an oil glut.

The resilience of U.S. oil producers has come as the price of crude rose above $60 per barrel on world markets. Many shale drillers can start and stop on a dime depending on the world oil price. The sweet spot for shale profit is in the neighborhood of $55 to $60 per barrel.

An expanding world economy and production cutbacks by Russia and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries have helped push prices above $60 per barrel in recent days.



The oil-friendly Trump administration has approved the controversial Keystone XL pipeline and is reportedly considering loosening offshore oil drilling regulations.

The Republican tax bill that President Trump signed into law Dec. 22 allows oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, a potentially rich pool but a move that conservationists oppose.

“This tax bill trades away a national treasure — for what — oil we don’t need,” said David Yarnold, president of the National Audubon Society, in a statement last week. Yarnold called the Arctic Refuge “one of the Earth’s last wild places.”

U.S. average daily oil production of 10 million barrels a day wasn’t thought possible a few years ago. Daily U.S. output plummeted to 3.8 million barrels per day in September 2005 and again in September 2008.

That’s nowhere near the almost 20 million barrels per day in petroleum products that the United States consumes. But the volume of domestic production allows the United States to tamp down oil prices by maintaining supply.

The increased production “doesn’t make us independent, but now we have a lot of low-cost natural gas and low-cost oil. And we have become exporters of natural gas,” Verrastro said. “It’s a rosy scenario. At least for now.”

Brad McMillan, chief investment officer for Commonwealth Financial Network, said the various shale producers have coalesced into a few big players, resulting in more predictable production.

That results in a less volatile price.

“If producers can set the price, then oil companies can be a great investment,” McMillan said. “If they are forced to compete, oil companies won’t be.”
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#1511724 --- 01/01/18 11:01 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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You have no clue in regard to oil booms do you? Definitely a win for consumers in terms of fuel cost but overproduction manages to shuts down refineries along with job losses. One factor most Trump supporters do not get, most vehicles are fuel efficient thus lowering the demand for oil while Trump ignorantly bragged about bringing coal mines back into production, ever hear of clean fuel such as natural gas or renewable wind power generators? Once again, this is why Trump loves uninformed Republicans, you can fool them at every venue when it comes to fact & reality. whistle

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#1511728 --- 01/01/18 12:39 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Trump's Sneakily Successful First Year
Rachel Alexander

While the left complained nonstop about Trump’s tweeting and boisterous language, Trump buckled down and accomplished an incredible amount during his first year as president. The Washington Examiner counted an impressive 81 major achievements and another 100 minor achievements. Some of the largest include substantial tax cuts, increasing U.S. energy production and getting Neil Gorsuch confirmed to the Supreme Court. Other notable accomplishments include appointing more judges to the federal appellate courts than any other president during their first year and reducing illegal immigration. U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports a 23 percent decline over the previous fiscal year.

The left is excitedly churning out articles gloating about a handful of items Trump was unable to accomplish, such as repealing Obamacare and getting Congressional funding for a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico. One Green Party candidate actually said, “Trump is a failure his first year.” These armchair critics conveniently ignore Trump’s long list of accomplishments – as if they don’t exist. Some even claim that the economy isn’t doing any better. But GDP has increased above 3 percent and 1.7 new jobs have been created, reducing unemployment to 4.1 percent.


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The left can claim all it wants that Trump has had a bad year, but people see the results and feel them in their pocketbooks. Trump may not be very likable in this ultra-politically correct era, but he doesn’t have to be likable to get things done. Three of our greatest presidents have been characterized as having only average charisma: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. James Madison was described as “noticeably below average.”

Call Trump names but it’s not going to change anything. Most Americans are probably sick of the media blasting Trump constantly. Only five percent of the media’s coverage of Trump is positive, three times more negative than for President Obama. Maybe this explains why Trump’s approval rating at the end of his first year in office is almost the same as Obama’s was at the end of his first year. Rasmussen Reports found that Trump has 46 percent approval and 53 percent disapproval among likely voters; Obama had 47 percent approval and 52 percent disapproval. Americans see through the media spin and find it unfair.


No reasonable person believes that Trump is an “idiot” or whatever other choice words the left uses to describe Trump’s intelligence. He wouldn’t be where he is now, accomplishing a vast amount his first year in office, if he was really stupid. When the left can’t think of a substantive argument, they resort to 4th-grade name calling. Since they can’t refute his presidential success, they ridicule his personality. But Trump’s crude style may be a product of the left. He was a Democrat from 2001 to 2009. He produced and hosted The Apprentice, a reality TV show, from 2003 to 2015. He was enmeshed in the crudeness of Hollywood at the peak of his Democratic affiliation. The left dominates Hollywood, which is known for its lack of moral values. So it’s a little hypocritical for the left to attack Trump for vulgarity now. Trump’s comment he made about inappropriately grabbing women? He said that during a 2005 interview – after he’d been a Democrat for four years.

No matter how much the left calls Trump names, they can’t hide the fact he’s accomplished an incredible amount this past year. Once they wise up, they’re going to start seriously looking into removing him from office, whether by impeachment or the 25th Amendment. This means they are going to double down on their efforts to taint him criminally. Since they can’t beat him fair and square, they will try and take him out illegitimately through bogus accusations.


The left hates Trump because he has turned out to be a populist, rough-around-the-edges version of the right’s revered President Reagan. Most conservatives were wary of Trump at first, fearing his checkered political past might result in more of a moderate presidency. It turns out they had nothing to worry about. He may ultimately end up accomplishing more for the right than Reagan did. Just don’t expect his Facebook Live chats with the American people to be like Reagan’s Saturday radio addresses.

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#1511732 --- 01/01/18 01:00 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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#1511735 --- 01/01/18 01:12 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Capital Business
U.S. oil production booms as new year begins
https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/...m=.5fccb454f8e4

By Thomas Heath December 31 at 5:09 PM

U.S. crude oil production is flirting with record highs heading into the new year, thanks to the technological nimbleness of shale oil drillers .

The current abundance has erased memories of 1973 gas lines, which raised pump prices dramatically, traumatizing the United States and reordering its economy. In the decades since, presidents and politicians have made pronouncements calling for U.S. energy independence.

President Jimmy Carter in a televised speech compared the energy crisis of 1977 to “the moral equivalent of war.”



“It’s a total turnaround from where we were in the ’70s,” said Frank Verrastro, senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Shale oil drills can now plunge deep into the earth, pivot and tunnel sideways for miles until they hit an oil pocket, Verrastro said.



The United States is so awash in oil that petroleum-rich Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil and natural gas company is reportedly interested in investing in the fertile Texas Permian Basin shale oil region, according to a report last month.

That is a far cry from the days when U.S. production was on what was thought to be an irreversible downward path.

“For years and years, we thought we were running out of oil,” Verrastro said. “It took $120 for a barrel of oil to make people experiment with technology, and that has been unbelievably successful. We are the largest oil and gas producer in the world.”

Shale oil drillers have spawned a revolution using high-pressure drilling, coupled with a mixture of water and sand, which breaks open — “fractures” — hard-to-reach oil pockets trapped in rock.

The major shale oil fields are in southern and southwest Texas, Montana and North Dakota, and Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming and parts of Nebraska. There are also deposits east of the Mississippi in West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.



U.S. oil production averaged around 9.6 million barrels per day in 2017. The highest U.S. production based on monthly government data is above 10 million barrels per day, which dates back to 1970.

Production hit 9.58 million barrels per day in May 2015 before prices dropped because of an oil glut.

The resilience of U.S. oil producers has come as the price of crude rose above $60 per barrel on world markets. Many shale drillers can start and stop on a dime depending on the world oil price. The sweet spot for shale profit is in the neighborhood of $55 to $60 per barrel.

An expanding world economy and production cutbacks by Russia and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries have helped push prices above $60 per barrel in recent days.

The oil-friendly Trump administration has approved the controversial Keystone XL pipeline and is reportedly considering loosening offshore oil drilling regulations.

The Republican tax bill that President Trump signed into law Dec. 22 allows oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, a potentially rich pool but a move that conservationists oppose.

“This tax bill trades away a national treasure — for what — oil we don’t need,” said David Yarnold, president of the National Audubon Society, in a statement last week. Yarnold called the Arctic Refuge “one of the Earth’s last wild places.”

U.S. average daily oil production of 10 million barrels a day wasn’t thought possible a few years ago. Daily U.S. output plummeted to 3.8 million barrels per day in September 2005 and again in September 2008.

That’s nowhere near the almost 20 million barrels per day in petroleum products that the United States consumes. But the volume of domestic production allows the United States to tamp down oil prices by maintaining supply.

The increased production “doesn’t make us independent, but now we have a lot of low-cost natural gas and low-cost oil. And we have become exporters of natural gas,” Verrastro said. “It’s a rosy scenario. At least for now.”

Brad McMillan, chief investment officer for Commonwealth Financial Network, said the various shale producers have coalesced into a few big players, resulting in more predictable production.

That results in a less volatile price.

“If producers can set the price, then oil companies can be a great investment,” McMillan said. “If they are forced to compete, oil companies won’t be.”

Recent U.S. oil production growth is almost entirely the result of offshore wells.

https://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/28/this-is-whats-really-behind-the-recent-us-oil-production-boom.html
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#1511736 --- 01/01/18 01:20 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Trump's Sneakily Successful First Year
Rachel Alexander

While the left complained nonstop about Trump’s tweeting and boisterous language, Trump buckled down and accomplished an incredible amount during his first year as president. The Washington Examiner counted an impressive 81 major achievements and another 100 minor achievements. Some of the largest include substantial tax cuts, increasing U.S. energy production and getting Neil Gorsuch confirmed to the Supreme Court. Other notable accomplishments include appointing more judges to the federal appellate courts than any other president during their first year and reducing illegal immigration. U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports a 23 percent decline over the previous fiscal year.

The left is excitedly churning out articles gloating about a handful of items Trump was unable to accomplish, such as repealing Obamacare and getting Congressional funding for a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico. One Green Party candidate actually said, “Trump is a failure his first year.” These armchair critics conveniently ignore Trump’s long list of accomplishments – as if they don’t exist. Some even claim that the economy isn’t doing any better. But GDP has increased above 3 percent and 1.7 new jobs have been created, reducing unemployment to 4.1 percent.


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The left can claim all it wants that Trump has had a bad year, but people see the results and feel them in their pocketbooks. Trump may not be very likable in this ultra-politically correct era, but he doesn’t have to be likable to get things done. Three of our greatest presidents have been characterized as having only average charisma: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. James Madison was described as “noticeably below average.”

Call Trump names but it’s not going to change anything. Most Americans are probably sick of the media blasting Trump constantly. Only five percent of the media’s coverage of Trump is positive, three times more negative than for President Obama. Maybe this explains why Trump’s approval rating at the end of his first year in office is almost the same as Obama’s was at the end of his first year. Rasmussen Reports found that Trump has 46 percent approval and 53 percent disapproval among likely voters; Obama had 47 percent approval and 52 percent disapproval. Americans see through the media spin and find it unfair.


No reasonable person believes that Trump is an “idiot” or whatever other choice words the left uses to describe Trump’s intelligence. He wouldn’t be where he is now, accomplishing a vast amount his first year in office, if he was really stupid. When the left can’t think of a substantive argument, they resort to 4th-grade name calling. Since they can’t refute his presidential success, they ridicule his personality. But Trump’s crude style may be a product of the left. He was a Democrat from 2001 to 2009. He produced and hosted The Apprentice, a reality TV show, from 2003 to 2015. He was enmeshed in the crudeness of Hollywood at the peak of his Democratic affiliation. The left dominates Hollywood, which is known for its lack of moral values. So it’s a little hypocritical for the left to attack Trump for vulgarity now. Trump’s comment he made about inappropriately grabbing women? He said that during a 2005 interview – after he’d been a Democrat for four years.

No matter how much the left calls Trump names, they can’t hide the fact he’s accomplished an incredible amount this past year. Once they wise up, they’re going to start seriously looking into removing him from office, whether by impeachment or the 25th Amendment. This means they are going to double down on their efforts to taint him criminally. Since they can’t beat him fair and square, they will try and take him out illegitimately through bogus accusations.


The left hates Trump because he has turned out to be a populist, rough-around-the-edges version of the right’s revered President Reagan. Most conservatives were wary of Trump at first, fearing his checkered political past might result in more of a moderate presidency. It turns out they had nothing to worry about. He may ultimately end up accomplishing more for the right than Reagan did. Just don’t expect his Facebook Live chats with the American people to be like Reagan’s Saturday radio addresses.


I find the left funny as all get-out.
I think if Ms. Clinton was President, we would be going into the second year of a revolt.
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#1511739 --- 01/01/18 01:43 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Trump had promised to get help for our American vets but seeing that his agenda is being spent on exploiting imaginary dreams, we have witnessed this reoccurring events more times in the last year than ever before during previous administrations.

http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/01/us/colorado-shooting-suspect-military-record/index.html

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#1511740 --- 01/01/18 02:00 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Coincidentally, a Republican sent him to war while his GOP counterpart refuses to address the problem due to massive time being utilized tweeting irrelevant nonsense at his resort home in Florida at tax payer's expense. A tormented dead individual isn't as important as a golf swing and insulting athletes.

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#1511745 --- 01/01/18 03:01 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Coincidentally, a Republican sent him to war while his GOP counterpart refuses to address the problem due to massive time being utilized tweeting irrelevant nonsense at his resort home in Florida at tax payer's expense. A tormented dead individual isn't as important as a golf swing and insulting athletes.



I know Mr. Obama did so much for the veterans, and he did drag it out the war for another eight years, so they'd have something whine about.
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#1511748 --- 01/01/18 03:02 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Coincidentally, a Republican sent him to war while his GOP counterpart refuses to address the problem due to massive time being utilized tweeting irrelevant nonsense at his resort home in Florida at tax payer's expense. A tormented dead individual isn't as important as a golf swing and insulting athletes.


What are you talking about?
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#1511750 --- 01/01/18 03:08 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Coincidentally, a Republican sent him to war while his GOP counterpart refuses to address the problem due to massive time being utilized tweeting irrelevant nonsense at his resort home in Florida at tax payer's expense. A tormented dead individual isn't as important as a golf swing and insulting athletes.


What are you talking about?



Funny, I was going to ask you the same. What's the current draw down in the Middle East? Any military expert will state that getting into war is easy as 1-2-3 but getting out isn't so simple. Now in regard to getting back to the topic, a man's mental state isn't being address today, we're not speaking of 2003.

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#1511754 --- 01/01/18 03:16 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
Originally Posted By: Formermac
Coincidentally, a Republican sent him to war while his GOP counterpart refuses to address the problem due to massive time being utilized tweeting irrelevant nonsense at his resort home in Florida at tax payer's expense. A tormented dead individual isn't as important as a golf swing and insulting athletes.


What are you talking about?



Funny, I was going to ask you the same. What's the current draw down in the Middle East? Any military expert will state that getting into war is easy as 1-2-3 but getting out isn't so simple. Now in regard to getting back to the topic, a man's mental state isn't being address today, we're not speaking of 2003.



Quote:
a man's mental state isn't being address


In your case, try rolling the window down in the car when you deliver sushi, and fix the exhaust its probably leaking in the car cabin.
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#1511755 --- 01/01/18 03:23 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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I now understand how I retired as an electrical engineer and you working several menial jobs. You're easily distracted aren't you?
How is Trump's agenda on veteran post traumatic disorder?

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#1511757 --- 01/01/18 03:26 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
I now understand how I retired as an electrical engineer and you working several menial jobs. You're easily distracted aren't you?
How is Trump's agenda on veteran post traumatic disorder?


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I retired as an electrical engineer

Lie!
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#1511758 --- 01/01/18 03:28 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Got a degree from Buffalo State and 30 plus years career to my credit.

Now back to the topic


https://www.militarytimes.com/news/penta...tration-boasts/

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