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Funny you post that image...

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Ok,now explain how Trump,who just became a political candidate for the first time 4 years ago,is responsible for everything the RINO's have been doing since Eisenhower,while you are your fellow "Uber Americans" are REFUSING to help him try to restore some of the ground we have lost?

Maybe if we had elected JEBBY or Cruz,or some other insider Party Person things would be better,right? After all,who better to change the system than a creature OF the system,right?
Pete, I don't see Trump as the problem, nor the cause of the RINOs morphing to the left. This has been going on since he was in military school. He isn't the cause, he's just a symptom.
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Pete, I don't see Trump as the problem, nor the cause of the RINOs morphing to the left. This has been going on since he was in military school. He isn't the cause, he's just a symptom.

A lot of us know (not think—know) Donald Trump is the cure. His pugnacious personality brought awareness to the DC swamp‘s corruption and helped breathe life into a docile and compliant Republican Party.

Thank you Donald Trump.  :patriot:

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The "economy is booming", at least for some, because the federal government is printing money with reckless abandon. It is easy to live well on the credit card before the consequences come due. This year's deficit spending is pushing a trillion dollars in supposedly a boom year.

That's criminal. There's nothing more destructive to our future.

Yet some claim this is the good times, lets continue doing what we're doing and party on...

Pretty amazing what "conservatives" have come to wholehearted support in the name of "winning"...

Then come out and support Mark Sanford.  :patriot:   Profligate  federal spending is his signature issue.   
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Then come out and support Mark Sanford.  :patriot:   Profligate  federal spending is his signature issue.

Why support him?  Trump still has his base.  They aren't going away.  The ONLY way to dissipate that support is to remove Trump from office and that's exactly what they are trying to do.  The only thing that Sanford will do is take votes away from Trump' being re-elected.
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A lot of us know (not think—know) Donald Trump is the cure. His pugnacious personality brought awareness to the DC swamp‘s corruption and helped breathe life into a docile and compliant Republican Party.

Thank you Donald Trump.  :patriot:

@aligncare

Couldn't agree more,and being a non-career politician in the White House,the professional pols have NOTHING on him to blackmail him about to "keep him in line".

They CAN'T keep him in line,not even with all the political talking heads on tv working to aid them because they really have nothing on him that would cause him to even lose a night's sleep. They even tried to throw Epstein at  him,and that couldn't stick because he cut off all contact with him years ago.
It takes an special kind of "Stoopid" to make Trump look like a defenseless victim and gain public sympathy,but damned if the Dims didn't pull it off!

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The "economy is booming", at least for some, because the federal government is printing money with reckless abandon. It is easy to live well on the credit card before the consequences come due. This year's deficit spending is pushing a trillion dollars in supposedly a boom year.

More like $2 trillion.
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A lot of us know (not think—know) Donald Trump is the cure. His pugnacious personality brought awareness to the DC swamp‘s corruption and helped breathe life into a docile and compliant Republican Party.

Thank you Donald Trump.  :patriot:

Too bad that pugnacious personality is never applied when it comes to deficit spending.  Or immigration law prosecution for that matter.
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Why support him?  Trump still has his base.  They aren't going away.  The ONLY way to dissipate that support is to remove Trump from office and that's exactly what they are trying to do.  The only thing that Sanford will do is take votes away from Trump' being re-elected.

I may have to hold my nose in the general election,  but I'll be damned if I'll do so in the primary.   Sanford is the sort of principled conservative I can believe in.   I will cast my protest vote with pride.   
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Too bad that pugnacious personality is never applied when it comes to deficit spending. 

Then don't stay silent or mumble about Trump's inevitability.  Republicans DO have a choice; they just to grow the balls to exercise it.   

Support Mark Sanford who has fought the good fight for fiscal responsibility for decades.   
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Too bad that pugnacious personality is never applied when it comes to deficit spending.  Or immigration law prosecution for that matter.

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Yeah,causen your RINO of choice would be able to clear up little things like that in 24 hours or less,right?

The feral goobermint is so far out of control that NOBODY can clear it all up in even two terms of office. It took the Dim party from the 1930's to now to get us to where we are,and you SERIOUSLY expect ONE President to clear up all this crap in one term?

You must still believe in Santa,and vote for him as a write-in candidate if you believe it's that simple.
It takes an special kind of "Stoopid" to make Trump look like a defenseless victim and gain public sympathy,but damned if the Dims didn't pull it off!

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Then don't stay silent or mumble about Trump's inevitability.  Republicans DO have a choice; they just to grow the balls to exercise it.   

Support Mark Sanford who has fought the good fight for fiscal responsibility for decades.

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I could possibly see him as a VERY serious candidate for VP,but not at the head of the ticket. There is more to being a president than balancing budgets.
It takes an special kind of "Stoopid" to make Trump look like a defenseless victim and gain public sympathy,but damned if the Dims didn't pull it off!

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A lot of us know (not think—know) Donald Trump is the cure.
Thank you Donald Trump.  :patriot:

Tell that to our Kurdish allies in Northern Syria.

Futhermore, I want every Trump supporter here to come foward and respond that they support this action, and why....
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@Hoodat

Yeah,causen your RINO of choice would be able to clear up little things like that in 24 hours or less,right?

The feral goobermint is so far out of control that NOBODY can clear it all up in even two terms of office. It took the Dim party from the 1930's to now to get us to where we are,and you SERIOUSLY expect ONE President to clear up all this crap in one term?

You must still believe in Santa,and vote for him as a write-in candidate if you believe it's that simple.

You put your finger on the key point about these attacks on Trump. They amount to nothing more than unrealistic expectations and the critic’s personal dislike of Donald Trump.

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I could possibly see him as a VERY serious candidate for VP,but not at the head of the ticket. There is more to being a president than balancing budgets.

True, but the fundamental requirement to becoming President is the ability to gain election.  You know my view about that - Trump is simply too divisive and disliked - and not necessarily because of his policies - to win re-election.   Now I understand that the Dems may misread the public's mood and nominate a radical socialist.   But I fear that Trump will prove to be exactly the distraction that will permit such a socialist to prevail,  since for so many the Dem candidate's primary qualification is that he/she is not Trump.   

These are dangerous times we live in,  and any election where most of us are voting against someone rather then for someone they necessarily like or admire presents a dangerous dynamic. 

To hell with this lesser-of-two-evils crap.  That's no choice, or at least not one I am prepared to make.  Mark Sanford is a strong candidate and a principled conservatives.   I am proud to say I support him for the nomination.   
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Tell that to our Kurdish allies in Northern Syria.

Futhermore, I want every Trump supporter here to come foward and respond that they support this action, and why....

Don’t tell me there aren’t a significant number of conservative republicans who want out of this never ending circle of foreign entanglements. The only ones who do—foreign policy professors, neocons and RINOs, and some in the military and diplomatic fields—are simply wrong.

We may have the greatest military in the world, but it is top civilian leadership who must guide their hands. Assuming that there is a pullout, Americans will be as safe after as before.

The alternative? Confront Turkey militarily for their incursion into Syria? And shoulder yet another foreign entanglement? No thanks.

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@Hoodat

Yeah,causen your RINO of choice would be able to clear up little things like that in 24 hours or less,right?

The feral goobermint is so far out of control that NOBODY can clear it all up in even two terms of office. It took the Dim party from the 1930's to now to get us to where we are,and you SERIOUSLY expect ONE President to clear up all this crap in one term?

You must still believe in Santa,and vote for him as a write-in candidate if you believe it's that simple.

You are so right!

Federal spending is not going to change. Entitlements are not going to be cut, or eliminated, it would be the end of what ever political party tried to do so. The deficit will continue until nobody buys US Treasuries, when that happens the entire world financial system will collapse.
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Don’t tell me there aren’t a significant number of conservative republicans who want out of this never ending circle of foreign entanglements. The only ones who do—foreign policy professors, neocons and RINOs, and some in the military and diplomatic fields—are simply wrong.

We may have the greatest military in the world, but it is top civilian leadership who must guide their hands. Assuming that there is a pullout, Americans will be as safe after as before.

The alternative? Confront Turkey militarily for their incursion into Syria? And shoulder yet another foreign entanglement? No thanks.

How about plan B.  Air lift the Kurds out of Syria, and then leave?  Or is the upcoming Kurd massacre part of the great deal Trump made?
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Federal spending is not going to change. Entitlements are not going to be cut, or eliminated, it would be the end of what ever political party tried to do so. The deficit will continue until nobody buys US Treasuries

Who do you think has been buying Treasury bonds for the last three years?  Have you ever considered the interest rate it would require to raise $2 trillion in capital year after year?  Double digits ar a minimum.

And yes, the President can cut spending without Congress.
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I'm going with the idea that we've got that area videoed 24/7 and are able to see comings and goings.

Pres. Trump said he's tired of fighting other people's wars, AND that he intends if forced to fight...to fight to WIN!!

Are y'all still with me???    :cool:
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The feral goobermint is so far out of control that NOBODY can clear it all up in even two terms of office.

I'm  not expecting Trump to clean it all up.  I simply wish he would make a start.  Food stamps are a good example.  Food stamp rolls have plummeted.  Yet food stamp appropriations continue to increase.  Start with that.  At the end of the year, have money left over.  Appropriations unspent.
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How about plan B.  Air lift the Kurds out of Syria, and then leave?  Or is the upcoming Kurd massacre part of the great deal Trump made?

The problem with Plan B isn't airlifting out, its landing.

And, of course, convincing the passengers to leave their ancestral homeland.

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Don’t tell me there aren’t a significant number of conservative republicans who want out of this never ending circle of foreign entanglements. The only ones who do—foreign policy professors, neocons and RINOs, and some in the military and diplomatic fields—are simply wrong.

We may have the greatest military in the world, but it is top civilian leadership who must guide their hands. Assuming that there is a pullout, Americans will be as safe after as before.

The alternative? Confront Turkey militarily for their incursion into Syria? And shoulder yet another foreign entanglement? No thanks.

No there are not - But not leaving allies high and dry. That ain't American.

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I'm going with the idea that we've got that area videoed 24/7 and are able to see comings and goings.

Pres. Trump said he's tired of fighting other people's wars, AND that he intends if forced to fight...to fight to WIN!!

Are y'all still with me???    :cool:

Nope. Win the ones we got. Then go home.

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Then don't stay silent or mumble about Trump's inevitability.  Republicans DO have a choice; they just to grow the balls to exercise it.   

Support Mark Sanford who has fought the good fight for fiscal responsibility for decades.

The choice in this case...is worse than what we've got now.  You like Sanford cause he's a moderate and would be more willing to side with your Liberal belief in gay "marriage"...abortion "rights" and gun "control".
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