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Why trump is the best president EVER!

 
 
Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 07:22 am
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From the moment that Donald Trump announced his decision to run for president, he became a game changer in the political arena. Countless Americans rallied behind him, while others doubted him. Some of then-candidate Trump’s most outspoken critics claimed that he would eventually drop out of the race. Then they claimed he would face defeat by Hillary Clinton.

Yet, despite the critics, naysayers and doubters, President Trump trailblazed his way to victory in 2016.
#1. President Trump is an Outsider

Trump’s entry into the political arena completely altered prior notions regarding politics. Until 2016, most Americans believed that anyone who wished to become president must have previous political experience. However, Trump was never a politician prior to seeking office. He earned his fortune as a successful businessman and television personality. Throughout the 2016 election, Trump’s critics blasted him for his lack of political experience; little did they know, the president’s outsider status would be a significant factor in his victory.

One of the greatest aspects of Trump’s service as commander in chief is his inspiration to others. Since his time in the White House, he has proven that being a career politician is not a prerequisite to running for office and making a difference in this great nation. As such, other outsiders, including former WWE champions, are now making their entry into the political arena.
#2. President Trump Speaks Candidly

For far too long, the American people have been forced to deal with smooth-talking, scripted and rehearsed politicians. However, Trump does not fall into these categories. He addresses matters as they are and is not afraid to fight back when attacked. Moreover, the president’s effective manners of communications allow him to connect with Americans.

Throughout the 2016 election and Trump’s presidency, his critics have slammed his use of Twitter. In recent months, anti-Trump individuals have even called for Twitter to suspend the president’s accounts; Twitter has declined to honor these requests.

Nevertheless, Trump’s tweets allow Americans to hear directly from him without the filters of the mainstream media. As technology becomes more and more dominant in the modern world, our leaders must also learn to adapt; the president is already way ahead of the game.
#3. President Trump Exposed Liberal Fascism

Any individual with even a shred of political awareness can agree that division in America is at an all-time high. As such, many people in this country have different viewpoints regarding which person or group ought to shoulder the blame. As can be expected, many progressives and liberals have faulted Trump and his policies. The intolerant left alleges that Trump’s policies and reform measures are to blame for the current state of division.

As usual, the assertions made by progressives and other left-wingers couldn’t possibly be more inaccurate. Trump did not engender the left’s hatred; he exposed it. Violent protests, scaling the Statue of Liberty, heckling Trump administration officials and tossing them out of restaurants are all actions that the left has willingly engaged in. The president has greatly exposed the lengths to which the left will go when they feel as though they’re not getting what they want.
#4. President Trump Saved America from Hillary Clinton

Had Trump not run for office, it is very likely that Americans would currently be stuck with Clinton as the commander in chief. Clinton embodied corruption, dishonesty, entitlement and every other negative trait that is typically associated with politicians. Furthermore, the former secretary of state had a terrible track record during her time as a government official and felt entitled to the Oval Office.

Aside from Clinton’s abysmal experience and character, her proposed policies were even worse. Were it not for Trump, Americans might currently be faced with higher taxes, upsurges in illegal immigration and other dastardly policies that would run this country into the ground. Thanks to the current president, the economy is at an all-time high, illegal immigration has decreased and the amount of Americans on food stamps has also declined.
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#5. President Trump Supports Law Enforcement

Throughout the 2016 election, law and order stood as a benchmark of Trump’s campaign. Even throughout his presidency, Trump has vocalized his support for law enforcement officers. This is more important than ever, particularly in a time where left-wing socialists and violent protesters are rallying for the abolition of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Law enforcement officers play a vital role in upholding the safety and sacredness of America. Without the bravest men and women in this nation, the United States would rapidly regress into anarchy, chaos and eventual ruin. Having a president who is willing to support the people who help make America great matters; it sets a good precedent.
#6. President Trump Personifies Success

One of the most remarkable aspects of Trump is his success. The president owns multiple hotels, resorts, golf courses, residential towers and more. He has authored multiple best-selling books and currently maintains a net worth in the billions.

Unfortunately, success is something that is constantly under attack by progressives and Democrats. These attacks are largely carried out by the left’s incessant calls to increase taxes on wealthy, successful Americans. However, what the liberal left fails to realize is that one cannot make the poor rich by making the rich poor.

Success is something that must be earned and worked for. Having Trump in office places a spotlight on his achievements; it also shows that anything can be accomplished with determination, gumption, hard work and consistency.
#7. President Trump Bridges Gaps

Another highlight of Trump’s presidency is his ability to bridge gaps. This ability particularly presented itself with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Prior to the June Singapore summit, Trump and Kim Jong Un maintained a tense relationship, to say the least. Both parties frequently criticized one another. This subsequently prompted Trump critics to opine that he would drag America into World War III.

Of course, people who held this opinion turned out to be wrong. The president’s meeting with Kim Jong Un resulted in the signing of an agreement in which Kim Jong Un affirmed his decision to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. In exchange, Trump also agreed to halt joint military unions with South Korea.


and biden is goi ng to lost!

https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2020/08/27/the-five-reasons-trump-is-going-to-crush-biden-n2575078
 
hightor
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 08:22 am
Trump Is Giving Up

Against both the coronavirus and Joe Biden, the president’s strategy increasingly accepts defeat.

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Donald Trump can still win the 2020 presidential election; something that has a 10 percent or 15 percent chance of happening can certainly transpire. But even more than in 2016, if the president wins this time, we will have to attribute his victory to the workings of divine providence (don’t worry, I have that column pre-written), because what we’re watching is an incumbent doing everything in his power to run up his own margin of defeat.

Start with his re-election messaging, to the extent that you can discern such a thing. In 2016, Trump’s campaign was shambolic and punctuated by self-inflicted disasters, but his message against Hillary Clinton, like his message against the Republican establishment in the primaries, had a simplicity and consistency: She supported bad trade deals; she supported stupid wars; she sold the country out to special interests and foreign governments; vote for her and you get more closed factories, more soldiers dead or crippled, more illegal immigration, more power to Wall Street and Washington, D.C.

In 2020, on the other hand, the Trump campaign has been stuck toggling back and forth between two very different narratives. One seeks to replay the last campaign, portraying Joe Biden as the embodiment of a failed establishment (hence all the references to his 47 years in Washington) who will sell out American interests to China as soon as he’s back in power (hence the attempts to elevate Hunter Biden’s influence-peddling).

But the other narrative goes after Biden as though the Democrats had actually nominated Bernie Sanders, insisting that his advancing age makes him a decrepit vessel for the radical left, a stalking horse not just for Kamala Harris but also for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and antifa.

A truly brilliant campaigner might be able to weave these two narratives together, but on the lips of Donald Trump their contradictions are evident. The resulting incoherence just feeds his tendency to return to old grudges and very online grievances, as though he’s running for the presidency of talk radio or his own Twitter feed. Without Steve Bannon to keep him grounded or Clinton to keep him focused, he’s making a closing “argument” that’s indistinguishable from a sales pitch for a TV show or a newsletter — suggesting that even more than four years ago, the president assumes he’ll be in the media business as soon as the election returns come in.

But the messaging failure is just the surface; it’s on policy where Trump has really acted like a Black Sox ballplayer trying to throw the World Series. There are two major issues for voters in this election: the pandemic and the economy. Trump’s numbers on handling the virus are lousy, but his numbers on handling the economy are still pretty good, presumably thanks to both the memory of where the unemployment rate stood before the coronavirus hit and the fact that the flood of Covid-19 relief spending kept people’s disposable income up.

This context suggested an obvious fall campaign strategy: Push more relief money into the economy, try to ostentatiously take the pandemic seriously and promise the country that mask-wearing and relief dollars are a bridge to a vaccine and normalcy in 2021.

Instead Trump has ended up with the opposite approach. He mostly ignored the negotiations over relief money for months, engaging only at a point where he had become so politically weak that both Republican deficit hawks (or the born-again variety, at least) and Democratic free-spenders assume he’ll soon be gone. And meanwhile he’s let himself be drawn ever deeper — especially since his own encounter with the disease — into the libertarian style of Covid-19 contrarianism, which argues that we’re overtesting, overreacting and probably close to herd immunity anyway.

There is a mild contrarianism that makes important points: The lockdown approach wasn’t sustainable and can’t be reimposed, most elementary schools should be open because the risks of spread seem pretty low, the virus is less deadly than the initial worst-case projections suggested, and deaths as a share of cases are going down with better treatment.

But the strong version keeps being wrong. First, the past two months have made it clear that herd immunity is a moving target: You can achieve it provisionally under social-distancing conditions, but once people relax and start socializing again, the threshold changes, and suddenly you get a renewed spike. This is what happened across Europe, which crushed its case rates in the late spring, returned to more normal life in the summer — and then reaped an early-fall wave that’s now fully out of control, including in countries like Belgium that were hit intensely in the first go-round.

Meanwhile, just because tests reveal more mild cases doesn’t mean the virus has stopped killing people. Over and over again, case numbers spike and deaths lag and contrarians talk about how the virus is just a “casedemic” — and then a few weeks go by, and deaths follow cases up. It happened in the United States over the summer, it’s happened in Europe in the past month, and now it’s probably about to happen here again: Our cases have been rising since early September, our hospitalizations have been rising for several weeks, and while deaths are flat for now (at “only” 711 Americans a day), it’s likely they’ll be rising again by the time we hit November.

Which means that Trump has chosen to go to war with the idea of testing, with Dr. Anthony Fauci and with “experts” in general at precisely the moment when the fall wave they’ve been warning about seems to be showing up — which is also the moment when the two-thirds of Americans who describe themselves as “very” or “somewhat” concerned about the virus will be going to the polls.

Strictly as a policymaking matter, this is Trump’s worst behavior since his springtime push for the fastest-possible reopening. Europe’s renewed crisis shows that the Western failure to contain the virus is much more than just a Trump problem — but on the margins, in the thousands if not the hundreds of thousands, Trumpian denial can still get Americans unnecessarily killed.

As politics, meanwhile, even more than the mixed messaging on Biden and the missed opportunities on relief spending, the retreat to corona-minimizing is a case study in how the Trump of 2020 has ceded his biggest general-election advantage from 2016 — his relative distance from the ideological rigidities of the anti-government right — and locked himself into a small box with flatterers and cranks.

From these follies the God of surprises might yet deliver him. But every decision of his own lately has been a choice for political defeat.

Ross Douthat
Region Philbis
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 08:27 am
@daveooooo,
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best
you spelled worst wrong, comrade...
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izzythepush
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 08:29 am
@daveooooo,
daveooooo wrote:


and biden is goi ng to lost!



Which pretty much sums up the educational achievements of Trump voters.

Biden voters don’t struggle so with four letter words.
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Frank Apisa
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 12:01 pm
Trump is the worst. President. Ever!
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BillRM
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 02:33 pm
@Frank Apisa,
Frank Apisa wrote:

Trump is the worst. President. Ever!


He is an insult to everyone of the other men who held that office in the past.
Real Music
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 02:36 pm
@daveooooo,
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Why trump is the best president EVER!

1. Why is the planet Earth flat?
2. Does that mean that when you reach the edge of the planet, you will simply fall off into space?
3. Why is the moon made of cheese?
4. What type of cheese is the moon made of?
5. Are there mice on the moon?
6. I guess the mice can continue eating the moon until there is no more moon to eat.
7. How are the cheese eating mice able to breathe on the moon?
8. Is there breathable air on the moon?
farmerman
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 02:40 pm
@daveooooo,
history and pad is obviously a subject you skipped over in school n later . I woulld not exactly call you a presidential scholar.
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 02:41 pm
@Real Music,
Real Music wrote:

Quote:
Why trump is the best president EVER!

1. Why is the planet Earth flat?
2. Does that mean that when you reach the edge of the planet, you will simply fall off into space?
3. Why is the moon made of cheese?
4. What type of cheese is the moon made of?
5. Are there mice on the moon?
6. I guess the mice can continue eating the moon until there is no more moon to eat.
7. How are the cheese eating mice able to breathe on the moon?
8. Is there breathable air on the moon?

Stick to music videos. Does Doc Rivers have any input on this?
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 02:43 pm
@BillRM,
BillRM wrote:

Frank Apisa wrote:

Trump is the worst. President. Ever!


He is an insult to everyone of the other men who held that office in the past.

Obama one upped on that.
Sturgis
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 03:01 pm
@daveooooo,
Thanks for the laugh!

I noticed your item was written by Kurt Schlicter. He was recruited a while back by that other pinnacle of nonsense, Andrew Breitbart. Appears almost hourly (it feels that way at least), on Fox "News".

Nope, nothing else to add about his level of dishonesty and idiocy.

Oh, forgot to mention his book, Indian Country. No, it's not about indigenous folk here on Turtle Island (the U.S.A.) or residents of India. Instead it's a crappy lord knows what about a red state clown assembling a bunch of resistance fighters by the conservatives ' trapped' in blue zones.

Not sure why anybody would read it and at some fifteen dollars for a used copy, it's a bit expensive for toilet paper. But, hey, whatever gives you peace I suppose.

Pamela Rosa
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 06:16 pm
VOTE TRUMPSTEIN!
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oralloy
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 06:26 pm
@Sturgis,
Sturgis wrote:
Oh, forgot to mention his book, Indian Country. No, it's not about indigenous folk here on Turtle Island (the U.S.A.) or residents of India. Instead it's a crappy lord knows what about a red state clown assembling a bunch of resistance fighters by the conservatives ' trapped' in blue zones.

WAY off topic here, but speaking of "Indian country" does anyone remember when that World of Warcraft player died and they gave her character an in-game funeral way out in "Indian country"?

Very Happy

https://images2.imgbox.com/83/02/jxHWSW0G_o.png

https://web.archive.org/web/20070816223117/wotisroam.com/sncrash-high.wmv
Sturgis
 
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Reply Tue 20 Oct, 2020 11:06 pm
@oralloy,
Don't look at me. I never took part in World of Warcraft.
izzythepush
 
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Reply Wed 21 Oct, 2020 02:10 am
@Sturgis,
Some people made it to 99th level pigfucker.
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Frank Apisa
 
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Reply Wed 21 Oct, 2020 06:30 am
@BillRM,
BillRM wrote:

Frank Apisa wrote:

Trump is the worst. President. Ever!


He is an insult to everyone of the other men who held that office in the past.


He is indeed!

And the people who continue to support him should not complain when they are compared with the people who continued to support Hitler, Stalin, and their like.
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daveooooo
 
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Reply Wed 21 Oct, 2020 09:18 am
@coldjoint,
thats the prolem with the lef t . .. thy h ate freedom an thy wnt to t ake away our guns .

trump will prtect us, biden is a stuid old man!

vote trump, ony he can pro ect us!
Frank Apisa
 
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Reply Wed 21 Oct, 2020 09:34 am
@daveooooo,
daveooooo wrote:

thats the prolem with the lef t . .. thy h ate freedom an thy wnt to t ake away our guns .

trump will prtect us, biden is a stuid old man!

vote trump, ony he can pro ect us!


Poor Trump supporting little kids.

They need to be protected.

They see Trump as their mommy.
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Pamela Rosa
 
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Reply Wed 21 Oct, 2020 12:37 pm
Pamela Rosa endorses Trumpstein for president.
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