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Posted By: Imright, 2/18/2020 6:42:03 AM

We voting Americans need to sort out our thinking and do so before next fall. I am so tired of hearing reasonable, intelligent people express anti-Trump attitudes based on truly flimsy grounds. A relative said to me that she’d never vote for Trump because “he’s an a**hole.” I have had other people voice similar concerns in more genteel terms -– they don’t like his tweeting, his braggadocio, his unpredictability. Okay, okay. At first, I didn’t either.Now, it’s true that Trump can be a jerk. But so was Julius Caesar. So was Winston Churchill. So was George Patton. For that matter, so was King David, who was appointed by God

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Reply 1 - Posted by: udanja99 2/18/2020 7:03:32 AM (No. 321963)
Great article! I love Trump’s behavior - for two reasons. First, because it makes leftist heads explode and forces them to reveal who they really are. And second, because it’s fun as all get out. The thing I don’t get about Never Trumpers is that they say the don’t like his behavior even though he is squeaky clean but they’ll vote for a woman with a 40 year history of public corruption or a communist bum who has never had a real job and has spent 40 years sucking on the government teat.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: jacksin5 2/18/2020 7:15:37 AM (No. 321972)
PDJT is like a boss (or owner) that everyone loves to work for. A real Open Door Policy type of guy.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: F15 Gork 2/18/2020 7:26:00 AM (No. 321982)
You go Beowulf - get her done!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: mathman 2/18/2020 7:39:11 AM (No. 321994)
Look at what he has done. Watch his political opponents open their mouths to change feet. His rallies are a wonder. He knows how to deal, which is the president's job. He gets it done!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: John C 2/18/2020 7:55:47 AM (No. 322016)
Good article, unfortunately my never Trump relatives won't read it.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Goose 2/18/2020 8:04:13 AM (No. 322025)
He may be an a**hole, but he's our a**hole.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: iraengneer 2/18/2020 8:14:30 AM (No. 322036)
Great article. Deana Chadwell has become a favorite.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Mekkkk 2/18/2020 8:21:33 AM (No. 322044)
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Reply 9 - Posted by: starboard 2/18/2020 8:35:00 AM (No. 322061)
I've only heard unreasonable and ignorant people express themselves in juvenile rants and expletives about our remarkable leader. They would rather vote for a vapid and unaccomplished person with no experience in executive management to corrupt and mess up our country. Didn't we just have that with # 44 and it took an extraordinarily different kind of person like President Trump with the courage to stand up to the corrupt media while turning our economy around and lifting up the moral of this great nation. The Dems are a poverty driven party that discourages achievement and success and dispirits the moral of the the people. Claiming oneself a Democrat is saying you are nothing more than a anti-American dumb rube.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: JackBurton 2/18/2020 8:44:36 AM (No. 322068)
One other thing.... to the people who are against Trump because he's an XXXXXXX. That's relevant? That's decisive? THAT'S your reasoning? Well, I guess it was OK to hate (or whatever) Obama then. And Clinton. (not that you ever allowed that) 'Nuff said.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: gone2pot 2/18/2020 8:47:13 AM (No. 322072)
The GOP IS Montgomery Wards. They just have no clue that they're bankrupt, out of business, and Trump voters no longer shop there. Barone, Kristol, National Review, et al stand on the sidewalk outside the empty-shelf stores in Uncle Sam, Statue of Liberty and Gorilla costumes, shrimp taped to their faces, twirling huge signs, beckoning people to come in and shop. They have no idea why we're driving by, shaking our heads in disgust and driving to the KAGA store but they'll never miss a chance to insult us for not paying attention to them.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Avikingman 2/18/2020 9:00:29 AM (No. 322085)
Please sir, may I have some more! KAG.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Strike3 2/18/2020 9:09:35 AM (No. 322095)
My choice of epic hero would be King Leonidas of Sparta. He had all of the right leadership qualities, he insulted his Persian enemies to their faces and he kept his word to never surrender and died fighting right along with his troops in a battle that eventually led to victory for Greece. We have a President, a Showman and a Comedian all rolled into one and he is winning for us every day. How many presidents has this country ever had that were that talented and successful? It is our privilege and our duty to back him. I have had a great time giving up all of my old leftist friends.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: fhancock 2/18/2020 9:26:46 AM (No. 322109)
President Trump is the Winston Churchill and Ronald Reagan of the 21st Century...fearless, ferocious, and faithful to his country...he leads while others cowers...
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Reply 15 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 2/18/2020 10:24:43 AM (No. 322180)
As close to perfect as any President I have seen. As for being an AH, he's only giving back what is thrown at him.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: bighambone 2/18/2020 10:32:26 AM (No. 322190)
If prospective voters left the candidate’s personalities out of the picture and instead honed in on the policies and political agendas that the candidates claim they will push, the country would be much better off.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: NotaBene 2/18/2020 10:47:28 AM (No. 322209)
President Trump is changing the world. Defeating Globalism, Globalwarmism, Socialism, Communism and Islamism with good humor. Making America Proud Again. Thank you God for sending US the Donald.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: ARKfamily 2/18/2020 10:47:53 AM (No. 322210)
It all depends on your definition of a jerk. My definition of a jerk is probably much different than another person. Here in America where political correctness overrides telling the truth, we now have a culture where everything is offensive or it has the potential to be. I have found that when you don't tell the truth, chaos occurs. That is exactly what evildoers look for in situations. By the way, I don't have to look very far to find real jerks. The headlines are full of them. Donald Trump is a "results" kind of person. I have to wonder if the people who hate Donald Trump are the people who just want to keep kicking the can down the road. Perhaps the less motivated? Just saying and wondering. . .
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Reply 19 - Posted by: MeiDei 2/18/2020 10:53:08 AM (No. 322218)
A candidate for a Must Read placement.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: chance_232 2/18/2020 11:34:15 AM (No. 322289)
Trump never throws the first punch. He is gracious and complimentary. Until you pull his tail. He has teeth and goes for the jugular. Yes, he's a braggart. But he has a lot to brag about. He's not a liar. But like all salesmen, he's a serial exaggerater. Where others see irrationality and chaos, I see an open minded president willing to have his mind changed.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: little guy 2/18/2020 12:23:32 PM (No. 322337)
A very good article well worth reading. And it says it all ... every great leader from the Bible up to today was had "issues". So what? Isn't it odd that Liberals/Progressives like to claim that you shouldn't judge anyone by their looks, their lifestyle choice, their whatever because what is really important is that the person can do their job! So --- by golly ---- leave them alone! It means nothing that the person has face tattoos, purple hair and is a cross dresser --- they can still be your waiter/waitress, bank teller, flight attendant, school teacher, receptionist, etc. However, when it comes to those they hate --- well it gets up close & personal real quick. Duplicitous scum.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: DVC 2/18/2020 12:35:22 PM (No. 322354)
He's a hero, in the old fashioned sense. And the battle he is fighting is truly epic. We need to be fighting with him. I am almost through reading his book, "The Art of the Deal", which ends in the late 1980s (I think, not quite at the very end), so is a bit dated. But, it gives a lot of insight into Trump's viewpoint, his character, his ideas, some accomplishments and what makes him tick. He doesn't spend any time in the book on his patriotism, or on international events or politics, at all, other than having to deal with VERY difficult NYC zoning and Atlantic City gaming commission, and mayors of NYC, but those are peripheral issues in the book. I think he is a smart, brave, immensely morally strong man who loves his country and has had enough experience with international deals and politics from the sidelines to understand those people very well, and to be able to largely defeat them, and definitely withstand their every attack. A lot of that is due to the fact that they have already dug up every 'body' that there ever was, and found every single 'skeleton in the closet' that exists, and basically, the man is pretty clean, almost certainly far more "clean" than most politicians. Go Trump, KAG.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: jeffkinnh 2/18/2020 3:48:43 PM (No. 322575)
I will bet the nasty fire dragon thought that Beowulf was a jerk. I will bet that Goliath was not fond of David. I would speculate that Hitler and Hirohito were not enamored of FDR and Truman. The Devil is rumored to dislike God. Epic struggles are defined by epic foes to struggle against and I am sure none of the foes thought their opponent was the good guy. We have too many timid people in this Country who cower before conflict. That is probably true in most groups of people. Did you know that probably less than a majority supported the Patriots cause during the American Revolution? One source said 45%, while another estimated 20% were Loyalists. That leaves about 35% as fence sitters who were probably appalled by the whole issue. Even among the 45% that supported independence, some did not want to use violence. That might mean that over 60% of the Country did NOT support a violent independence movement, the only thing that could have possibly succeeded. I will bet that those 60% thought poorly of the violent Patriots. Yet, here we are today in the United States of America. Trump is not advocating violence. In fact, in many ways Trump is not advocating change. Trump is standing up for following the plan for our nation AS WRITTEN in the Constitution and as traditionally interpreted. IF changes are needed, LAWS should be passed to do so. Trump's nominees to the courts are selected to follow law, not make up new laws not passed by the legislature. Trump is trying to work for ALL the people, not just some identity groups. Trump is supporting freedom of opportunity for ALL with the minimal required government interference. Trump is fighting for the established order that dems have been trying to deconstruct or run around for decades without them following the established paths to do so. They HATE him for that and for being strong enough and smart enough and determined enough and fearless enough to do the job. When you think about it, Trump has been pretty gentle about the process, only using words to undermine his opponents. They accuse him of horrible things and predict he will do horrible things. He responds by telling the truth, saying they are fake news. To them it is like they have been dumped into boiling oil. Considering what's at stake, Trump's "gentle" approach is practically a miracle.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: kdog 2/18/2020 4:25:50 PM (No. 322608)
I never met Trump personally, but I crewed the boat once for a rich man who knows Trump personally. He was and still is an upstanding member of our community. The level of respect he had for Donald Trump in 1992 stays with me. An impressive man, totally impressed by an even more impressive man. It was more than that. He talked of Donald Trump in reverence. No vices, no alcohol, no tobacco, yet still managing to engage all the people who held those vices. That's why Donald Trump is president. We get him, and he GETS us.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Gently 2/18/2020 5:32:51 PM (No. 322660)
A wonderful description of qualities that make President Trump the man for our season. I would add one important quality of an epic hero that Trump possesses, nearly unique among today’s political leaders: and abiding personal knowledge and expression of his role as a messenger of “Almighty God.” I feel immense gratitude every time our president mentions this, especially when he describes the sanctity of all human life including unborn children.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 2/19/2020 1:11:39 AM (No. 323020)
I love that junkyard dog. He is answered prayers. He says what We are all thinking. Best President in my lifetime and the most patriotic. Imagine the alternative and how far in the ditch we would be now while she sold the country out. KAG
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