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Re: Trump forgets support of Fauci in tough Megyn Kelly sitdown
« Reply #225 on: January 27, 2024, 03:49:19 pm »
Sorry to hear about the son in law...they don't make many "real" men any more who put family above all else. That said, I have two son in laws BOTH of whom are liberals...but they ARE good dads and treat my girls with love and respect. As long as they do that, I can't beat 'em too bad for being lefties. I think life is already moving them slowly towards conservatism so I may not have to do anything to steer them back to reality!

Great to hear from ya Major! I think you and I have always been what I'd call Conservative Pragmatists. Not a glorious term but in the Reagan tradition of "an 80% Conservative is not 20% my enemy". I'm already pondering what the post Trump Conservative movement landscape will look like in 2028...some great prospects out there and Ron Desantis leads that charge for me.

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Re: Trump forgets support of Fauci in tough Megyn Kelly sitdown
« Reply #227 on: January 27, 2024, 03:58:17 pm »
Sorry to hear about the son in law...they don't make many "real" men any more who put family above all else. That said, I have two son in laws BOTH of whom are liberals...but they ARE good dads and treat my girls with love and respect. As long as they do that, I can't beat 'em too bad for being lefties. I think life is already moving them slowly towards conservatism so I may not have to do anything to steer them back to reality!

Great to hear from ya Major! I think you and I have always been what I'd call Conservative Pragmatists. Not a glorious term but in the Reagan tradition of "an 80% Conservative is not 20% my enemy". I'm already pondering what the post Trump Conservative movement landscape will look like in 2028...some great prospects out there and Ron Desantis leads that charge for me.

I agree completely.  I'd just prefer to see that particular landscape sooner rather than later.   I am extremely concerned that if we give him 4 more years, Trump will be to conservativism/Republicanism what Dylan Mulvaney was to Bud Light.

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Re: Trump forgets support of Fauci in tough Megyn Kelly sitdown
« Reply #228 on: January 27, 2024, 05:00:48 pm »
Its the light that keeps me walking through the tunnel! Already scouting out cabins up in the Show Low area here in AZ...gotta have room for my dogs to run!

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