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19-08-2017, 05:47 AM
As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?

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19-08-2017, 05:54 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
As an American, I am mortified.

I have never thought an American president, elected by normal processes, was illegitimate before. I think Trump is illegitimate because he lied 60-70% of the time to get elected. He knows only how to exploit people's weaknesses. He's a national disaster.

I hope people will better value a normally functioning government after Trump is gone.
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19-08-2017, 06:13 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
I'm embarrassed to have him as a citizen.

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19-08-2017, 06:14 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
Dubya was the asterisk president. (*White House vacant 2001-2008.)

T.rump will be a double asterisk. (*White House vacant 2017-2020. Sold in 2020. T.rump White House Casino now stands on the property.)
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19-08-2017, 06:18 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
He is an embarrassment; an utterly incompetent, ignorant, racist, asshole and those are his good points.

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19-08-2017, 06:41 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
(19-08-2017 05:47 AM)Banjo Wrote:  As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?




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19-08-2017, 06:46 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
There's a big debate that people have occasionally when it comes to having "pride" in other people's accomplishments or for people.

Some view the word as selfish in a way to say you impacted the event if you have pride for it.

So imma say in this instance I do have that view so I cannot take pride in a presidente

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19-08-2017, 07:03 AM (This post was last modified: 19-08-2017 07:40 AM by BackSlider.)
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
As an American, I guess so,
since it's as it should be. Won fairly by the rules both candidates and the population, agree to.
-You guys are missing it-
For a country which chooses an elective government, America earns it's pride of putting that winning "choice" in office, regardless.

62,984,825 are recorded for having voted for Trump, or against Hillary Clinton. Less than the population of the Los Angeles separates the actual tally of votes counted between these two loser candidates.
No telling the percentage of each whom were for Trump or the against Clinton camps, not that it matters a wit now.



Hillary didn't win, and that fact for 1/2 the voting country, is still Fuc'n AWESOME.
As cluster-fuc'd as America is today with Trump in office, I'm still elated the vote weighed as it did.

I truly believe America could be a lot worse off and in more significant ways had Hillary & Bill moved back into the White (man's ?) House. (humm, boy, this name may be in need of a racially suggestive updated review?)

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To call a candidate illegitimate because he lied 60-70% of the time to get elected is comical. This is American politics I don't like it either, but both sides are playing by the same rules equally. So time to pull up the big boy pants like 1/2 the American population did the past 8 years.

I recall the first biggie, of many, from that past admin.: "I'll have the most transparent administration of all"; still resonates in my aching memory foremost.

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19-08-2017, 07:08 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
Trump has his faults. He's a terrible public speaker and that leads to his being misunderstood on important issues. I often cringe when I listen to him speak. During some of the debates, his rambling answers would make me shake my head.

I support him because he has the balls to say what a lot of us in middle America are thinking. Politicians are always so afraid of saying the wrong thing. They always have some slick answer prepared, because most are lawyers with years of slick talking experience in the courtroom. We are so accustomed to our politicians being politically correct that a guy like Trump appears to be unfit. We see the same repetitive bullshit from our politicians. They talk to us the way a lawyer talks to a jury, three to four words at a time with a short pause between. It's so damn fake I hate it.

At least with Trump we don't get some bullshit talking points his staff tells him to say. Every time a damn politician opens their mouth all we get is a generic politically correct bullshit response. So fake.

Trump's doing what I expect of any republican president: Appoint conservative judges to federal courts. Be tough with military force. Crack down on illegal immigration. Cancel as many Obama era directives and programs as possible (like operation choke point that was canceled this past week).

As long as he continues doing those things he's a success in my book.

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19-08-2017, 07:11 AM
RE: As an American, are you proud to have Trump as president?
^^ You, personally, are proud that that guy represents you? Laugh out load Seriously?

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