A head-to-head battle between these two is so monumentally foolish for both of them, and for the country. I am hopeful that the wiser leaders of the party, as well as the advisers to these participants themselves, find a way to convince both men that for the immediate future it is important that they find ways to not only NOT butt heads but to actually get along and work together. In combination, the two of them are absolutely unbeatable. Put Hillary and Michelle together on the same ticket and I don’t think they could sidetrack a Trump/DeSantis super train.
To build CNN’s dismal ratings and to keep the hatred flowing away from them, they blame Trump for the climate not changing, the seas not rising, refusing to keep us dependent on the government and on foreign oil, and daring to believe America ought to remain sovereign and free.
Trump spent a long and successful career in the rough private sector, the New York construction business, hotels, and the competitive “reality TV” business, where one must actually have real skills and imagination in order to survive, the skill and imagination to build things, create jobs, and make payrolls – skills not shared by his political opponents, Barak Obama, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Jerry Nadler, Adam Schiff and the like, who have all spent most of their lives in government where people are hardly ever held accountable for their history of failures
As for Trump, very much the playboy, he certainly for most of his life could not be mistaken for a desert mystic, and they do say, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Yet I did sense (and I could have been wrong) that he grew as a person as his presidency wore on. Given how he was assailed and maligned without reprieve, this wouldn’t be surprising.
But real America couldn’t care less. It loves Trump’s style, his fighting spirit, his energy, and his inner determination. Whatever the personal cost, they want America to succeed and would do anything to get there. A percentage point or two of GDP don’t matter if it means crushing China. Higher prices don’t matter if it means the return of factories to America.
Donald Trump often doesn’t mean what he says and doesn’t say what he means; what was the case after he suggested conservative voters sit out?
Trump became wealthy in one of the toughest real estate markets in the world, so I can understand why he developed the habit of striking back at critics with razor-sharp elbows. But winning the hearts and minds of undecided voters is an entirely different game that requires a far higher level of finesse.
Even though Donald Trump left office peacefully, he’s still guilty of violating the term limits imposed by the Constitution. Trump the tyrant is guilty of what Lloyd believes he would have done, regardless of what he actually did. Evidence to the contrary is irrelevant because Lloyd knows what President Trump would have done if he could.
Here’s a news flash for Democrats: Most Americans don’t want to feel ashamed of their country. Similarly, immigrants who come here in pursuit of the American dream didn’t choose America because it’s a horrible place. Americans, and those seeking to become Americans want to be proud of their country.
With that said, I loved what Trump was doing with the China Trade Imbalance and NATO, as well as his strong support for America’s National Defense and putting America’s enemies on notice; and in the process, he also was working to make the world safer by reaching out to Putin, much to the chagrin of the Democrats and the Military Industrial Complex, as he also started the process to withdraw us from Afghanistan.
Yet it should be noted that what Trump suggested isn’t “his” idea or even a conservative one, but a longstanding forest-management strategy. Consider, for example, that the left-wing New York Times ran the following headline in August 2016: “Like Tens of Millions of Matchsticks, California’s Dead Trees Stand Ready to Burn.”
A few moments of channel hopping various news broadcasts yesterday evening yielded the same results, with virtually all of them touching on Trump in some way or another, and the same with print newspapers and their websites. If we didn’t know any better by the amount of attention he gets, one could swear Trump was still in the White House and Biden was wandering around a dog track somewhere trying to place a bet on a race from last week.
In this installment of our weekly Sunday Six conversation, PF Whalen and Parker Beauregard of The Blue State Conservative examine six pressing issues facing America with which we would be much better off if President Trump were still in office.
Members of this so-called “board” were appointed by Facebook leadership, who are overwhelmingly leftist Democrats. Naturally, those who were appointed are overwhelmingly leftist Democrats as well. It’s ridiculous. This situation is like the Los Angeles Dodgers bringing their own umpires to a game and the fans believing those umpires had credibility.
The Democrats have moved the Clintons from the asset column to the liability column on their political ledger. They are flushing them down the drain like spoiled milk (which still smells better than the stench of the Clinton Foundation).
With impeachment complete, and as the book is closed on his presidency, how should Trump proceed?