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But they had enough money to travel all over the world with Michelle and her entourage?    :pondering:

So the President has a large family and actually has private homes.  Increase the damn budget to accommodate this or limit the Presidency to a one child/no private home rule. 
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Lets see 100 million jihadists supported by about 800 million others.

Or a few thousand disorganized idiots.

The Boston march is a good example.   The antifa protesters far outnumbered and out violenced the nazis.

I find nothing to indicate that the small number of 'free speech' protesters in Boston were "nazis" or White Supremacists.  Rather they seem to be elements of the TEA party.

But hey - let's use the Media narrative that anyone who champions free speech and the Constitution are "Nazis".  Will make our liquidation a lot easier.
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Be more like me. An equal opportunity azzhole.

@bigheadfred

I don't think I have a problem being one of those.   From what I've seen the Trump 'worshipers' we saw during the primaries and election have largely disappeared from around here. 

However, now anyone who EVER agrees with Trump is called a worshipper or worse.   The slightest thing he does is cause for major upheaval.  Ironically its exactly the same things the left talks about.   They are unhappy with Trump landing his helicopter in Israel well then the NTs jump on board.  and on and on.

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Politics / Trump's 2020 Re-Election Campaign Already in Full Swing
« Last post by mystery-ak on Today at 09:50:11 AM »


By Mark Swanson   |   Monday, 21 Aug 2017 08:22 AM



President Donald Trump's re-election efforts are already in hyper drive, with rallies planned throughout the fall, consultants on board, and attack efforts aimed at potential Democratic foes, Politico reported.

Trump travels to Arizona on Tuesday for the first of several rallies aimed at padding his re-election and the Republican National Committee's coffers, efforts that also seemingly convey a message to other Republicans who may be considering mounting a primary bid at the hobbled president: Don't.

"We're already engaging voters and volunteers in key battleground states to defend our majorities in 2018 and to ensure we keep the White House in 2020," RNC chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel told Politico.

more
http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/donald-trump-2020-re-election-campaign/2017/08/21/id/808760/
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General Discussion / Re: Obituaries for 2017
« Last post by sneakypete on Today at 09:49:36 AM »
Wasn't a huge fan myself, but I respected him for his work for the MDA.  Just too bad political correctness ultimately destroyed his efforts for that organization.

@Applewood

I admit to not watching those telathons since becoming old enough to escape the house when they were on,but how and why did they become PC?
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Yes, evil forces are at work.  We need to choose sides.

Choose Trump or else?

I choose 'else'.
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That ship sailed a long time ago.  The only question is how much more damage is going to be done.

At the moment, the guy in the White Hut is doing more damage to himself than to me.
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By Brian Freeman   |   Monday, 21 Aug 2017 08:16 AM


The Secret Service no longer has the funds to pay agents needed to protect President Donald Trump and his large family in their extensive travels, USA Today reported on Monday.

Trump has traveled frequently to his properties in Florida, New Jersey and Virginia, and his adult children have taken numerous vacations and business trips throughout the United States and overseas, travels for which the law requires the Secret Service to provide protection.

Secret Service Director Randolph Alles told USA Today that unless Congress provides additional funding, he will not even be able to pay agents for the work they have already done, because more than 1,000 agents have already reached the federally mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances that were meant to last the entire year.

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http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/secret-service-unable-pay-agents/2017/08/21/id/808757/
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The only "cause" I have is trying to preserve America for my children.  It does seem more and more people care more about themselves and their perfect little interpretation than for the country.

If someone does more good for the country then bad, well then they are good enough for now.

Do others have a lesser goal for their own children?
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