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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 08 Apr 19 9.22pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Penge Eagle

The greatest thing about it all is watching the left having meltdowns every single day of the Trump presidency.

Yup fantastic viewing.
Gives me a warm fuzzy feeing

 

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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

And yet there’s every chance he’ll win next time as well. That’s something to look forward to.

Definitely in the balance.

One must be aware of the midterms though. This was an epic rebuke of Trump by suburban women and independents.

Trump is marmite. Its love or hate, you cannot be on the fence with him. That works for him, and got him in during 2016, but I think that concept is going to start to hurt him.

In my line of work I talk to a fair amount of folks from many walks of life and I sense that the midterms were not a flash in the pan, and that moderate, independent, suburban, educated people, are moving away from Trump.

His base however is locked in until the bitter end. If he did gun someone down on 5th and Lex, his numbers wouldn't change with his base. They have come this far with him, they wont leave now. Its all the way, baby.

There is a genuine concern with the GOP here that in a post Trump era, many of his hardline MAGA folks will once again retreat into the shadows and not engage in politics/not bother voting, if its not for Trump.

Cant see the base getting so jizzed up for Mike Pence somehow.

One thing you have to hand to him, is that he is truly unique. Not just in politics, but in the world. He is a bizarre individual.

America is dumb enough, and filled with enough of that certain type of Trump fan, to get him over the hump a second time around though. This is a distinct possibility.

A lot will depend on the Dems and how they go about taking him out.

I expect there will be more negative news cycles than positive for the Donald between here and election time 2020, including the real nuts and bolts of the Mueller report, and what his tax returns will show, to name but 2.

That wont change things with the base, but those "non base" 2016 Trump voters are up for grabs.

There was a large blue wave in the midterms, somewhat to be expected, but it was fairly historic in its volume. If that trend continues through to the 2020 election then Trump will have issues.

 


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Originally posted by cryrst

Yup fantastic viewing.
Gives me a warm fuzzy feeing

Not quite as epic as watching right wing republicans steam at a black democrat as President though, with an african/middle eastern sounding name.

Nothing will ever top that one.

 


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Originally posted by Maine Eagle

Not quite as epic as watching right wing republicans steam at a black democrat as President though, with an african/middle eastern sounding name.

Nothing will ever top that one.

Possibly so but according to Gallup Obama had an average approval rating of 47.9 against G.W. Bush’s 49.4 and Bush seemed to be regarded as some sort of Presidential turnip.

 

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View Jimenez's Profile Jimenez Flag SELHURSTPARKCHESTER,DA BRONX 09 Apr 19 12.23am Send a Private Message to Jimenez Add Jimenez as a friend

Originally posted by Maine Eagle

Reminds me of a question about being in the EU.

Trump denies climate change, this does and will affect many many people in a very negative way, for years to come.

Trump basically gave Putin a pass on election interference, that affects everyone here and undermines democracy.

His verbal diarrhea and chaotic leadership dominates the news cycle, pretty annoying.

Friends of mine had a visa delayed to come here due to his government shutdown, which meant we all had to change our plans. This also closes national parks, govt offices and museums and such, not to mention delaying people’s tax returns this year, including mine.

TDS is real but it is down to Trump, not the person displaying the symptoms. He is a train wreck of a president, the worst there ever was or ever will be.

LOL. It's almost real time? TDS !!

 


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View Jimenez's Profile Jimenez Flag SELHURSTPARKCHESTER,DA BRONX 09 Apr 19 12.30am Send a Private Message to Jimenez Add Jimenez as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

Yup fantastic viewing.
Gives me a warm fuzzy feeing

There's a restaurant owner on 32nd St between 5th and Broadway (Koreatown) who stands outside his place wearing a camouflage MAGA snap back hat. Epic trolling at it's absolute best. There are people who walk past him itching to say something, but don't because they would appear 'Racist' LOL.

 


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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 09 Apr 19 5.29am Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Trump is an uncomfortable message for the media.

His proportional popularity isn't reflected in proportional media......Apparently accurate reflections of society are meant to be something the left/neo liberals are concerned with.....Except the truth is that was always propaganda to push their own policies instead of a principle.

The media are a reflection of who has the money to put it there.

That's the truth.


Edited by Stirlingsays (09 Apr 2019 5.57am)

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 09 Apr 19 6.31am Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Maine Eagle

Definitely in the balance.

One must be aware of the midterms though. This was an epic rebuke of Trump by suburban women and independents.

Trump is marmite. Its love or hate, you cannot be on the fence with him. That works for him, and got him in during 2016, but I think that concept is going to start to hurt him.

In my line of work I talk to a fair amount of folks from many walks of life and I sense that the midterms were not a flash in the pan, and that moderate, independent, suburban, educated people, are moving away from Trump.

His base however is locked in until the bitter end. If he did gun someone down on 5th and Lex, his numbers wouldn't change with his base. They have come this far with him, they wont leave now. Its all the way, baby.

There is a genuine concern with the GOP here that in a post Trump era, many of his hardline MAGA folks will once again retreat into the shadows and not engage in politics/not bother voting, if its not for Trump.

Cant see the base getting so jizzed up for Mike Pence somehow.

One thing you have to hand to him, is that he is truly unique. Not just in politics, but in the world. He is a bizarre individual.

America is dumb enough, and filled with enough of that certain type of Trump fan, to get him over the hump a second time around though. This is a distinct possibility.

A lot will depend on the Dems and how they go about taking him out.

I expect there will be more negative news cycles than positive for the Donald between here and election time 2020, including the real nuts and bolts of the Mueller report, and what his tax returns will show, to name but 2.

That wont change things with the base, but those "non base" 2016 Trump voters are up for grabs.

There was a large blue wave in the midterms, somewhat to be expected, but it was fairly historic in its volume. If that trend continues through to the 2020 election then Trump will have issues.

You would be ok with a different republican in charge then as long as it wasn't trump.
Or are they one and the same as your posts could have republican put in, instead of trump.
I feel it isnt in a name TBH

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

Trump is an uncomfortable message for the media.

His proportional popularity isn't reflected in proportional media......Apparently accurate reflections of society are meant to be something the left/neo liberals are concerned with.....Except the truth is that was always propaganda to push their own policies instead of a principle.

The media are a reflection of who has the money to put it there.

That's the truth.


Edited by Stirlingsays (09 Apr 2019 5.57am)

Hopefully the media and the celeberati have had a nasty awakening here as the message sinks in that millions of voters can and will disregard what they say. The days when people read one newspaper and were guided by its dogma are long gone. It’s some comfort to know that in years to come the likes of James O’Brien will be rocking to and fro wailing “Those fools. They wouldn’t listen to me. I was right. I was always right about everything” and a nurse saying “That’s right. Now take your pills and calm down”.

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

You would be ok with a different republican in charge then as long as it wasn't trump.
Or are they one and the same as your posts could have republican put in, instead of trump.
I feel it isnt in a name TBH

There are many, many different types of republicans out there.

You run the gamut from freedom caucus nutjobs to Collins (from the great state of Maine) and Murkowski.

No human being, let alone GOP politician is like Trump, but that doesn’t mean there cannot be good republican presidents. Reagan was considered a fairly solid potus by many on both sides of the aisle, especially in the context of today’s era.

 


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Originally posted by Maine Eagle

There are many, many different types of republicans out there.

You run the gamut from freedom caucus nutjobs to Collins (from the great state of Maine) and Murkowski.

No human being, let alone GOP politician is like Trump, but that doesn’t mean there cannot be good republican presidents. Reagan was considered a fairly solid potus by many on both sides of the aisle, especially in the context of today’s era.

Reagan was a long while ago and todays times cant be compared. Trump is a president for todays times.

 

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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 09 Apr 19 5.37pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Reagan did amnesty with the 1986 immigration-reform legislation and then relied on congress to secure the border....which of course to anyone who knows anything is a complete cop out....which didn't happen.

He made long lasting bad decisions for the GoP for short term political gain with justifications to his base that turned out to be falsehoods.

I'm not fond of politicians who sell out future generations because they have idealistic notions that everything works out in the end.

 

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