Trump: Not my president (Official Res...

Trump: Not my president (Official Resistance Thread)

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The Resistance

Plano, TX

#1 Jan 20, 2017
The looting & national nightmare, the vanity show of an insecure bully begins at 11 AM today.

This is the official thread to resist the White House schemer who is allergic to hard data, the master of counter-reality programming, the completely ill-informed.
Hope

United States

#2 Jan 20, 2017
Yesterday afternoon, CNN switched to the Inauguration Concert. It began with a series of patriotic songs and I realized that for the last four years, that sense of patriotism had been forgotten and replaced by long, empty speeches by a president that did little other than to divide America, and a Congress that did little more than waste hundreds of millions of tax dollars.

Today, we will finally have a president committed to fixing what's wrong in Washington. Protest against him if you will, but for millions of Americans, he's the President they've longed for for years. Instead of incessantly talking about hope, but never delivering, Trump will bring real hope and real change.
American Independent

Coffeyville, KS

#3 Jan 20, 2017
The Resistance wrote:
The looting & national nightmare, the vanity show of an insecure bully begins at 11 AM today.

This is the official thread to resist the White House schemer who is allergic to hard data, the master of counter-reality programming, the completely ill-informed.
Aww that is why you are upset sweetie, you don't understand it's the end of all that, it's a bright new beginning for America and the American people!

But if it makes you feel like your little fit matters to anyone other than your therapy dog and your crayons go ahead and resist away, the rest of us will be enjoying finally getting back to putting America and American's first and the fact that liberals like yourself hold less power in less elected offices and will have less influence on the SC for decades to come!!!

Now you have a great day there sweetie with your protest, resistance, and fit throwing and all, the rest of America will be celebrating the end of the Obama presidency and the beginning of MAGA!!!
Citizen

United States

#4 Jan 20, 2017
The Resistance wrote:
The looting & national nightmare, the vanity show of an insecure bully begins at 11 AM today.

This is the official thread to resist the White House schemer who is allergic to hard data, the master of counter-reality programming, the completely ill-informed.
Also today, all the snowflakes will hold their protests and cry in their crying rooms. Too bad they can't man up like the Republicans did when do-nothing-but-flap-his-gums Obama won twice. It's the difference between people with principles and people that become cry babies when they don't get their way. Free from the flapping gums at last! Today's a great day for America!
Voter

United States

#5 Jan 20, 2017
2 hours 15 minutes until liberation. What a breath of fresh air we'll all be able to breath. Thanks Donald Trump.
Yowser

Atlanta, GA

#6 Jan 20, 2017
I have yet to hear Trump answer a question with a hint of intelligence or depth. He is going to be a disaster.
Voter

United States

#7 Jan 20, 2017
Yowser wrote:
I have yet to hear Trump answer a question with a hint of intelligence or depth. He is going to be a disaster.
Obama's mouth was always running, but he accomplished nothing. He was a disaster and we should be glad he's gone.
El wappo

Coffeyville, KS

#8 Jan 20, 2017
I looted my liquor cabinet
Bowzer

Coffeyville, KS

#9 Jan 20, 2017
Yowser wrote:
I have yet to hear Trump answer a question with a hint of intelligence or depth. He is going to be a disaster.
Grow up and give the man a chance
nutso

Independence, KS

#10 Jan 20, 2017
Bowzer wrote:
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Grow up and give the man a chance
Tried to give the man a chance and he messed it up by cozying up to the commies in Russia. Appointing racists, people with a no experience at all, or just flat out rich cronies to his cabinet while supposedly draining the swamp. He can't stop tweeting because he's so easily offended, yet those who oppose him are the snowflakes? Tries to take credit for stuff that had nothing to do with him. Still have yet to see his taxes. Shall I keep going? This is all before he even got sworn in.
MAGA with Trump

Parsons, KS

#11 Jan 20, 2017
nutso wrote:
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Tried to give the man a chance and he messed it up by cozying up to the commies in Russia. Appointing racists, people with a no experience at all, or just flat out rich cronies to his cabinet while supposedly draining the swamp. He can't stop tweeting because he's so easily offended, yet those who oppose him are the snowflakes? Tries to take credit for stuff that had nothing to do with him. Still have yet to see his taxes. Shall I keep going? This is all before he even got sworn in.
Nutso, get back on your meds, try harder on the next GED exam, and get back to work before you burn the fries.
so true

United States

#12 Jan 20, 2017
nutso wrote:
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Tried to give the man a chance and he messed it up by cozying up to the commies in Russia. Appointing racists, people with a no experience at all, or just flat out rich cronies to his cabinet while supposedly draining the swamp. He can't stop tweeting because he's so easily offended, yet those who oppose him are the snowflakes? Tries to take credit for stuff that had nothing to do with him. Still have yet to see his taxes. Shall I keep going? This is all before he even got sworn in.
Obama put sanctions on and complained incessantly about the Russians for trying to interfere in our presidential election. How about the millions of tax dollars he sent to a group opposing Israel's PM Netenyahu during an election? Wasn't that interfering in another country's election? How about Obama's part in the Arab Spring, especially his actions concerning Mubarak? Wasn't that interfering in another country's affairs?

What did Obama and his cabinet do that was so successful? The people Trump wants to appoint to his cabinet are successful businessmen rather than a bunch of people that couldn't make it in the private sector so they went into the public sector. Why not give something new a try since doing the same old thing hasn't accomplished anything in years?

Trump tweets so his words go directly to the American people. The biased press can no longer twist his words. What's bad about that?

By the way, there is nothing that says a President HAS to make his taxes public. Trump's rich as are the Obamas whose net worth is about $25 million. What's more, Obama will receive $200,000 for each speech and write some books that will make him a fortune.

Trump is giving a huge amount of his business earnings to the United States Treasury. He's not going to take the nearly $500,000 in annual salary and benefits from taxpayers. Sounds like good news to taxpayers to me. Franklly, I could give a hoot in h*ll how much money some President has. All I care about is if that President can keep more money in my pocket, something Obama failed to do miserably.

Hope all this doesn't make all the snowflakes out there melt.
GTT

Killeen, TX

#13 Jan 20, 2017
nutso wrote:
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Tried to give the man a chance and he messed it up by cozying up to the commies in Russia. Appointing racists, people with a no experience at all, or just flat out rich cronies to his cabinet while supposedly draining the swamp. He can't stop tweeting because he's so easily offended, yet those who oppose him are the snowflakes? Tries to take credit for stuff that had nothing to do with him. Still have yet to see his taxes. Shall I keep going? This is all before he even got sworn in.
Commies in Russia? Funny how 30 years ago all you leftists were cozying up to the commies in Russia, but since the Russians rejected Communist ideology now you suddenly hate Russia.
Driver

Chanute, KS

#15 Jan 20, 2017
so true wrote:
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Trump is giving a huge amount of his business earnings to the United States Treasury. He's not going to take the nearly $500,000 in annual salary and benefits from taxpayers. Sounds like good news to taxpayers to me.
Wow, if you think $500,000 is actually meaningful in the annual US budget, you totally suck at math.
Hector

San Diego, CA

#16 Jan 20, 2017
That bytch is not recognized as President here in California. For all intents and purposes Jerry Brown is our leader. Jerry Brown can be trusted not to deport undocumented and is trusted with the environment
nutso

Independence, KS

#17 Jan 20, 2017
MAGA with Trump wrote:
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Nutso, get back on your meds, try harder on the next GED exam, and get back to work before you burn the fries.
That's your response??? Be gone Clampet. Or let me say it in your native tounge... Git!!!
nutso

Independence, KS

#18 Jan 20, 2017
so true wrote:
<quoted text>

Obama put sanctions on and complained incessantly about the Russians for trying to interfere in our presidential election. How about the millions of tax dollars he sent to a group opposing Israel's PM Netenyahu during an election? Wasn't that interfering in another country's election? How about Obama's part in the Arab Spring, especially his actions concerning Mubarak? Wasn't that interfering in another country's affairs?

What did Obama and his cabinet do that was so successful? The people Trump wants to appoint to his cabinet are successful businessmen rather than a bunch of people that couldn't make it in the private sector so they went into the public sector. Why not give something new a try since doing the same old thing hasn't accomplished anything in years?

Trump tweets so his words go directly to the American people. The biased press can no longer twist his words. What's bad about that?

By the way, there is nothing that says a President HAS to make his taxes public. Trump's rich as are the Obamas whose net worth is about $25 million. What's more, Obama will receive $200,000 for each speech and write some books that will make him a fortune.

Trump is giving a huge amount of his business earnings to the United States Treasury. He's not going to take the nearly $500,000 in annual salary and benefits from taxpayers. Sounds like good news to taxpayers to me. Franklly, I could give a hoot in h*ll how much money some President has. All I care about is if that President can keep more money in my pocket, something Obama failed to do miserably.

Hope all this doesn't make all the snowflakes out there melt.
First of all, instead of getting at least a little mad about interference by foreign country you, like Trump, bent over and took it. That's a real good look for the US. Nothing screams world power as something like that.

Second... at least Obama's people in his cabinet were people in that field of what they were assigned for. All these people know is how to make money (cough...drain the swamp) for themselves.

Third... nobody needs to twist his words. The dude is a idiot. Google "Trump speaks at a sixth grade level." Oh, I forgot, facts bad. Do as Trump say.

Fourth... You must be special as hell if you honestly think that he can leave his business to his kids and yet he still profits from them is not a conflict of interest. Oh he would never tell his son anything that might not benefit the company, because he so honest.

Far from a snowflake, and thanks to Trump. I'll have four years of material.
so true

United States

#21 Jan 21, 2017
nutso wrote:
<quoted text> First of all, instead of getting at least a little mad about interference by foreign country you, like Trump, bent over and took it. That's a real good look for the US. Nothing screams world power as something like that.

Second... at least Obama's people in his cabinet were people in that field of what they were assigned for. All these people know is how to make money (cough...drain the swamp) for themselves.

Third... nobody needs to twist his words. The dude is a idiot. Google "Trump speaks at a sixth grade level." Oh, I forgot, facts bad. Do as Trump say.

Fourth... You must be special as hell if you honestly think that he can leave his business to his kids and yet he still profits from them is not a conflict of interest. Oh he would never tell his son anything that might not benefit the company, because he so honest.

Far from a snowflake, and thanks to Trump. I'll have four years of material.
First of all, the point I was trying to make about the Russians interference in our country was they Obama engaged in the same behavior, so his outrage about the Russians was hypocritical. Guess you just bent over and took it. Maybe Trump didn't get mad about the Russians because there is NO PROOF that any of their actions influenced the election.

The people in Trump's cabinet are successful because they know what they're doing in their selected fields. They look at things through a business lens which should make them run things far more successfully that past people running things.

Third, I'd suggest you take a look at the way the media portrayed the John Lewis controversy. The portrayal the media gave was misleading and skewed in favor of John Lewis. Anyone that only listened to the media's accounts of this situation would have been completely mislead. I want to know the complete truth so I can reach my own conclusions about such matters. I want to hear everything ALL sides (even people I may not agree with) have to say.

Fourth, if you don't like the way Trump's going have his businesses run during his presidency, then get the laws changed.

Now go join your fellow snowflakes.
so true

United States

#22 Jan 21, 2017
Driver wrote:
<quoted text>Wow, if you think $500,000 is actually meaningful in the annual US budget, you totally suck at math.
Over the course of his presidency, Trump will leave $2,000,000 in taxpayers' pockets because of his decision not to take the salary and benefits afforded to him.$2,000,000 may not be much in comparison with the total budget, but it's $2,000,000 more than there would have been, and $2,000,000 more to be spent on something else.

If you don't think $2,000,000 is very much, you should probably run for office, since most of our leaders, from the city to Washington, seem to have forgotten the value of a dollar. That's why all governmental entities are always broke and always running up debt.
Bowzer

United States

#25 Jan 21, 2017
Hector wrote:
That bytch is not recognized as President here in California. For all intents and purposes Jerry Brown is our leader. Jerry Brown can be trusted not to deport undocumented and is trusted with the environment
Hector, go back to Mexico and drink some water

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