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May 17, 2017 06:17:53   #
Coos Bay Tom (a regular here)
 
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May 17, 2017 06:35:37   #
Larry the Legend (a regular here)
 
Coos Bay Tom wrote:
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Mah-vellous!

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May 17, 2017 08:48:04   #
pafret
 
Coos Bay Tom wrote:
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The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a President, who as a candidate, expressed the will of the people and he has been making valiant attempts to deliver on his promises. He has been thwarted at every turn by an activist Judiciary, opposition from members of his own party and sabotage, in not funding a key element of our recovery -- the wall. Paul Ryan claims to be a Republican but acts in concert with the Democrats in blocking needed funding and legislation. Wack job McCain and his faction are more vociferously opposed to his party's President than the Democrats.

It becomes obvious that party affiliations are a sham, these Congressmen and Judges are marching, to the tune of the people paying the piper, not the American public. Planned Parenthood, the racist abortion mill, continues to feed at the public troth. Defunding the ridiculous climate change programs has not been enough even in the light of evidence that all of the prognostications were based on falsified data. The climate stupidity marches on, endlessly repeating itself, over and over, as though there were no dissenting voices.

The evidence is mounting that no one in the government pays anything but lip service to the rule of law. Liars in the spy agencies are routinely unmasked, perjures go unpunished. Our criminal investigative services are engaged in an asinine fishing trip to uncover Russian influence while they ignore proven criminal behavior and refuse to bring the malefactors to justice.

The extent of the opposition to Trump is astounding. All of this behavior is designed to impugn the legitimacy of Trump's Presidency and the only basis for this is that he is not bought and part of the standard corruption. Our government does not know how to accommodate a Patriot. Trump has a long, hard fight, ahead and the only way he will prevail is if we, who elected him, form a Tea-party like concerted effort to demand from Congress that they support him on each proposal designed to correct abuses and restore our economy. Given the apathy of the majority of our people, look for that to happen - never.

There are so many things wrong with our government that it is a Herculean task to enumerate them and even more difficult to correct. Trump needs to divert the Potomac to run through the Capitol Building because there is more crap there than in the Augean Stables.

So the feeling is Dismay!

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May 17, 2017 09:28:33   #
vernon (a regular here)
 
pafret wrote:
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a President, who as a candidate, expressed the will of the people and he has been making valiant attempts to deliver on his promises. He has been thwarted at every turn by an activist Judiciary, opposition from members of his own party and sabotage, in not funding a key element of our recovery -- the wall. Paul Ryan claims to be a Republican but acts in concert with the Democrats in blocking needed funding and legislation. Wack job McCain and his faction are more vociferously opposed to his party's President than the Democrats.

It becomes obvious that party affiliations are a sham, these Congressmen and Judges are marching, to the tune of the people paying the piper, not the American public. Planned Parenthood, the racist abortion mill, continues to feed at the public troth. Defunding the ridiculous climate change programs has not been enough even in the light of evidence that all of the prognostications were based on falsified data. The climate stupidity marches on, endlessly repeating itself, over and over, as though there were no dissenting voices.

The evidence is mounting that no one in the government pays anything but lip service to the rule of law. Liars in the spy agencies are routinely unmasked, perjures go unpunished. Our criminal investigative services are engaged in an asinine fishing trip to uncover Russian influence while they ignore proven criminal behavior and refuse to bring the malefactors to justice.

The extent of the opposition to Trump is astounding. All of this behavior is designed to impugn the legitimacy of Trump's Presidency and the only basis for this is that he is not bought and part of the standard corruption. Our government does not know how to accommodate a Patriot. Trump has a long, hard fight, ahead and the only way he will prevail is if we, who elected him, form a Tea-party like concerted effort to demand from Congress that they support him on each proposal designed to correct abuses and restore our economy. Given the apathy of the majority of our people, look for that to happen - never.

There are so many things wrong with our government that it is a Herculean task to enumerate them and even more difficult to correct. Trump needs to divert the Potomac to run through the Capitol Building because there is more crap there than in the Augean Stables.

So the feeling is Dismay!
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a Preside... (show quote)


You are absolutely right.

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May 17, 2017 09:48:08   #
JFlorio (a regular here)
 
MEGA-DITTO'S!!!
pafret wrote:
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a President, who as a candidate, expressed the will of the people and he has been making valiant attempts to deliver on his promises. He has been thwarted at every turn by an activist Judiciary, opposition from members of his own party and sabotage, in not funding a key element of our recovery -- the wall. Paul Ryan claims to be a Republican but acts in concert with the Democrats in blocking needed funding and legislation. Wack job McCain and his faction are more vociferously opposed to his party's President than the Democrats.

It becomes obvious that party affiliations are a sham, these Congressmen and Judges are marching, to the tune of the people paying the piper, not the American public. Planned Parenthood, the racist abortion mill, continues to feed at the public troth. Defunding the ridiculous climate change programs has not been enough even in the light of evidence that all of the prognostications were based on falsified data. The climate stupidity marches on, endlessly repeating itself, over and over, as though there were no dissenting voices.

The evidence is mounting that no one in the government pays anything but lip service to the rule of law. Liars in the spy agencies are routinely unmasked, perjures go unpunished. Our criminal investigative services are engaged in an asinine fishing trip to uncover Russian influence while they ignore proven criminal behavior and refuse to bring the malefactors to justice.

The extent of the opposition to Trump is astounding. All of this behavior is designed to impugn the legitimacy of Trump's Presidency and the only basis for this is that he is not bought and part of the standard corruption. Our government does not know how to accommodate a Patriot. Trump has a long, hard fight, ahead and the only way he will prevail is if we, who elected him, form a Tea-party like concerted effort to demand from Congress that they support him on each proposal designed to correct abuses and restore our economy. Given the apathy of the majority of our people, look for that to happen - never.

There are so many things wrong with our government that it is a Herculean task to enumerate them and even more difficult to correct. Trump needs to divert the Potomac to run through the Capitol Building because there is more crap there than in the Augean Stables.

So the feeling is Dismay!
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a Preside... (show quote)

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May 18, 2017 00:23:20   #
Coos Bay Tom (a regular here)
 
I thankyou for your honest and heartfelt post- I can relate .-I did not vote for Trump but I am dismayed at the mess we are in and the lackof unity with the American people. We all have high hopes when we elct a new leader-- Sorry things are so suckie
pafret wrote:
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a President, who as a candidate, expressed the will of the people and he has been making valiant attempts to deliver on his promises. He has been thwarted at every turn by an activist Judiciary, opposition from members of his own party and sabotage, in not funding a key element of our recovery -- the wall. Paul Ryan claims to be a Republican but acts in concert with the Democrats in blocking needed funding and legislation. Wack job McCain and his faction are more vociferously opposed to his party's President than the Democrats.

It becomes obvious that party affiliations are a sham, these Congressmen and Judges are marching, to the tune of the people paying the piper, not the American public. Planned Parenthood, the racist abortion mill, continues to feed at the public troth. Defunding the ridiculous climate change programs has not been enough even in the light of evidence that all of the prognostications were based on falsified data. The climate stupidity marches on, endlessly repeating itself, over and over, as though there were no dissenting voices.

The evidence is mounting that no one in the government pays anything but lip service to the rule of law. Liars in the spy agencies are routinely unmasked, perjures go unpunished. Our criminal investigative services are engaged in an asinine fishing trip to uncover Russian influence while they ignore proven criminal behavior and refuse to bring the malefactors to justice.

The extent of the opposition to Trump is astounding. All of this behavior is designed to impugn the legitimacy of Trump's Presidency and the only basis for this is that he is not bought and part of the standard corruption. Our government does not know how to accommodate a Patriot. Trump has a long, hard fight, ahead and the only way he will prevail is if we, who elected him, form a Tea-party like concerted effort to demand from Congress that they support him on each proposal designed to correct abuses and restore our economy. Given the apathy of the majority of our people, look for that to happen - never.

There are so many things wrong with our government that it is a Herculean task to enumerate them and even more difficult to correct. Trump needs to divert the Potomac to run through the Capitol Building because there is more crap there than in the Augean Stables.

So the feeling is Dismay!
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a Preside... (show quote)

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May 18, 2017 00:27:50   #
JFlorio (a regular here)
 
I am glad they picked an Independent Prosecutor. There is so many accusations and over the top innuendo I would love to get to the truth. I believe Trump will be found not to have committed any crime. However; if he did then boot him. I put no faith in any one person. The only person that was perfect and deserving of my faith would never have wanted to be president.
Coos Bay Tom wrote:
I thankyou for your honest and heartfelt post- I can relate .-I did not vote for Trump but I am dismayed at the mess we are in and the lackof unity with the American people. We all have high hopes when we elct a new leader-- Sorry things are so suckie

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May 18, 2017 07:02:38   #
Coos Bay Tom (a regular here)
 
JFlorio wrote:
I am glad they picked an Independent Prosecutor. There is so many accusations and over the top innuendo I would love to get to the truth. I believe Trump will be found not to have committed any crime. However; if he did then boot him. I put no faith in any one person. The only person that was perfect and deserving of my faith would never have wanted to be president.


Amen

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May 18, 2017 07:22:45   #
Sassy Lass
 
pafret wrote:
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a President, who as a candidate, expressed the will of the people and he has been making valiant attempts to deliver on his promises. He has been thwarted at every turn by an activist Judiciary, opposition from members of his own party and sabotage, in not funding a key element of our recovery -- the wall. Paul Ryan claims to be a Republican but acts in concert with the Democrats in blocking needed funding and legislation. Wack job McCain and his faction are more vociferously opposed to his party's President than the Democrats.

It becomes obvious that party affiliations are a sham, these Congressmen and Judges are marching, to the tune of the people paying the piper, not the American public. Planned Parenthood, the racist abortion mill, continues to feed at the public troth. Defunding the ridiculous climate change programs has not been enough even in the light of evidence that all of the prognostications were based on falsified data. The climate stupidity marches on, endlessly repeating itself, over and over, as though there were no dissenting voices.

The evidence is mounting that no one in the government pays anything but lip service to the rule of law. Liars in the spy agencies are routinely unmasked, perjures go unpunished. Our criminal investigative services are engaged in an asinine fishing trip to uncover Russian influence while they ignore proven criminal behavior and refuse to bring the malefactors to justice.

The extent of the opposition to Trump is astounding. All of this behavior is designed to impugn the legitimacy of Trump's Presidency and the only basis for this is that he is not bought and part of the standard corruption. Our government does not know how to accommodate a Patriot. Trump has a long, hard fight, ahead and the only way he will prevail is if we, who elected him, form a Tea-party like concerted effort to demand from Congress that they support him on each proposal designed to correct abuses and restore our economy. Given the apathy of the majority of our people, look for that to happen - never.

There are so many things wrong with our government that it is a Herculean task to enumerate them and even more difficult to correct. Trump needs to divert the Potomac to run through the Capitol Building because there is more crap there than in the Augean Stables.

So the feeling is Dismay!
The feeling is dismayed Tom. We elected a Preside... (show quote)


Well said,

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May 18, 2017 12:25:04   #
GmanTerry (a regular here)
 
Coos Bay Tom wrote:
I thankyou for your honest and heartfelt post- I can relate .-I did not vote for Trump but I am dismayed at the mess we are in and the lackof unity with the American people. We all have high hopes when we elct a new leader-- Sorry things are so suckie


The American people are united behind our President. It' the open borders, one world government, socialists who hate America who are fighting this President and trying to bring our country down.

Semper Fi

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May 18, 2017 14:34:55   #
Sassy Lass
 
Agreed!

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