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President Trump gave a virtual address to the United Nations, in which he talked like a boss, a completely unapologetic boss. He gave a health care speech yesterday which fills me and millions of other people with chronic illness and long-term health care concerns with great hope and joy.

His campaign speeches are so delightful, and he is in fighting trim, looking lean and well-rested. The man is masterful, striding from one event to the next, standing tall despite the ugly onslaughts. He is a true happy warrior. He dominates his press conferences, in spite of their eager animosity and dripping hostility, cutting them off and correcting them when they are rude.

I can’t wait to watch him pick our next Supreme Court justice.

Go, President Trump, go!

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  1. CB Toder aka Mama Toad Member
    CB Toder aka Mama ToadJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    I’m a middle-aged suburban/rural mom and co-owner of a small business, and I approve this message.

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    • September 25, 2020, at 3:19 AM PDT
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  2. Stina Member

    God answered prayers with this imperfect man.

    God bless him and keep him.

    • #2
    • September 25, 2020, at 6:01 AM PDT
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  3. CB Toder aka Mama Toad Member
    CB Toder aka Mama ToadJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    Remember when George W. nominated his friend Harriet Myers to the Supreme Court? How un-serious was that?

    I really really love Trump’s Supreme Court lists. We know what we’re voting for, and we see how important SCOTUS is.

    • #3
    • September 25, 2020, at 6:09 AM PDT
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  4. Bill Nelson Member

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    • #4
    • September 25, 2020, at 6:10 AM PDT
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  5. CB Toder aka Mama Toad Member
    CB Toder aka Mama ToadJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    I have no idea what you are talking about.

    I watch every single one of the president’s press conferences, like his improptu, on-the-way-to-the-next-event pressers, his campaign events, his UN speech, his health care speech, and he is consistently talking directly to me.

    Perhaps you need to go to the source and stop listening to the reporting about him. Those people are not interested in showing how he is winning for the American people, and always make him sound negative.

    Take for example his soaring, inspirational, visionary Mt. Rushmore speech, pilloried by the press as “divisive.” Lies. All of them lies.

    The speech was unifying and awesome. It was patriotic, uplifting oratory.

    • #5
    • September 25, 2020, at 6:19 AM PDT
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  6. Ekosj Member

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    Doing battle is the reason he was elected. I, myself, am so tired of the go-along-to-get-along mindset of the old GOP-estab. It would be one thing if the opposition also wanted to be collegial, or if the press was neutral, but that hasn’t been the case for at least 20 years if not more. The press shows up at these things girded for war, armed with “gotcha” questions and partisan speeches posing as questions. Turnabout is fair play. As the saying goes “Don’t start nothin’ won’t be nothin’ “

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    • September 25, 2020, at 7:12 AM PDT
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  7. Stad Thatcher

    Rush as well as the guys on the Three Martini Lunch podcast are constantly pointing out Biden’s extremely light schedule, as well as a lack of aggressive campigning by Harris . . .

    • #7
    • September 25, 2020, at 8:06 AM PDT
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  8. Bishop Wash Member

    Stad (View Comment):

    Rush as well as the guys on the Three Martini Lunch podcast are constantly pointing out Biden’s extremely light schedule, as well as a lack of aggressive campigning by Harris . . .

    Biden caused me to learn a new bit of press lexicon, put(ting) a lid on it. When campaigns are finished for the day, no longer making news, they let the reporters following them know by saying that they’ve put a lid on the day. Biden’s team has called it a day nine times, I think, before noon this month.

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    • September 25, 2020, at 8:33 AM PDT
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  9. CACrabtree Coolidge

    …and every day, Joe Biden sinks further and further into his bunker.

    Is it Biden’s strategy to stay in his bunker and hope that Trump self-destructs while the Democratic media carry his water? In 40 days we’ll find out how wise that strategy was…

    • #9
    • September 25, 2020, at 9:07 AM PDT
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  10. MeandurΦ Member
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    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    What a surprise, #neverevertrumper doesn’t like President Trump.

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    • September 25, 2020, at 10:57 AM PDT
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  11. MeandurΦ Member
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    Stad (View Comment):

    Rush as well as the guys on the Three Martini Lunch podcast are constantly pointing out Biden’s extremely light schedule, as well as a lack of aggressive campigning by Harris . . .

    I think they are complacent in the knowledge that the ballots are going to be fixed.

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    • September 25, 2020, at 10:58 AM PDT
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  12. Douglas Pratt Coolidge
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    MeandurΦ (View Comment):

    Stad (View Comment):

    Rush as well as the guys on the Three Martini Lunch podcast are constantly pointing out Biden’s extremely light schedule, as well as a lack of aggressive campigning by Harris . . .

    I think they are complacent in the knowledge that the ballots are going to be fixed.

    I think they’re counting on ballot harvesting and fraud to cast enough doubt on it that they can do as much damage as possible.

    There’s another potential reason for Biden’s early nap times: they may be trying to adjust his circadian clock so that he can be conscious during the debate. Several commentators I’ve read have pointed out that he is showing signs of end-of-day dementia, a symptom known as sundowning.

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    • September 25, 2020, at 2:00 PM PDT
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  13. Annefy Member

    I too am amazed by DJT’s strength and stamina. He is the only president I know of who looks younger at the end of four years. BHO aged at least 10 years.

    I’ve wondered if what we see in DJT is what happens when you are at the Zenith; right person; right time, right place. I’ve felt it a few times (once on the alter on my wedding day) and it’s a powerful feeling.

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    • September 25, 2020, at 2:25 PM PDT
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  14. Manny Member

    I was a little too young to appreciate Reagan, but I have never been so thrilled if a presidency in my lifetime. NeverTrumpers are just so wrong. Four more years!

    • #14
    • September 25, 2020, at 3:15 PM PDT
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  15. ToryWarWriter Thatcher

    Well we are going to find out one or another how popular he is in another 45 days.

    • #15
    • September 25, 2020, at 3:22 PM PDT
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  16. Chris O. Coolidge
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    ToryWarWriter (View Comment):

    Well we are going to find out one or another how popular he is in another 45 days.

    And according to Rasmussen, we’ve completed the last ten days with Trump over a 50 percent approval rating.

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    • September 25, 2020, at 7:03 PM PDT
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  17. CB Toder aka Mama Toad Member
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    I have to say I love this video of Trump lovers in the streets of LA, dancing and having fun in the faces of angry BLM losers:

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    • September 26, 2020, at 8:15 AM PDT
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  18. Bill Nelson Member

    CB Toder aka Mama Toad (View Comment):

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    I have no idea what you are talking about.

    I watch every single one of the president’s press conferences, like his improptu, on-the-way-to-the-next-event pressers, his campaign events, his UN speech, his health care speech, and he is consistently talking directly to me.

    Perhaps you need to go to the source and stop listening to the reporting about him. Those people are not interested in showing how he is winning for the American people, and always make him sound negative.

    Take for example his soaring, inspirational, visionary Mt. Rushmore speech, pilloried by the press as “divisive.” Lies. All of them lies.

    The speech was unifying and awesome. It was patriotic, uplifting oratory.

    I do listen and read. Occasionally he will stay on script but usually not. His press conferences are train wrecks.

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    • September 26, 2020, at 8:32 AM PDT
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  19. Bill Nelson Member

    Ekosj (View Comment):

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    Doing battle is the reason he was elected. I, myself, am so tired of the go-along-to-get-along mindset of the old GOP-estab. It would be one thing if the opposition also wanted to be collegial, or if the press was neutral, but that hasn’t been the case for at least 20 years if not more. The press shows up at these things girded for war, armed with “gotcha” questions and partisan speeches posing as questions. Turnabout is fair play. As the saying goes “Don’t start nothin’ won’t be nothin’ “

    Doing battle is not the job.

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    • September 26, 2020, at 8:33 AM PDT
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  20. Bill Nelson Member

    Stad (View Comment):

    Rush as well as the guys on the Three Martini Lunch podcast are constantly pointing out Biden’s extremely light schedule, as well as a lack of aggressive campigning by Harris . . .

    It’s working for them. I agree that Biden is a terrible candidate. Why isn’t Trump up by 12 points?

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    • September 26, 2020, at 8:36 AM PDT
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  21. CB Toder aka Mama Toad Member
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    Bill Nelson (View Comment):
    I do listen and read. Occasionally he will stay on script but usually not. His press conferences are train wrecks.

    It is impossible to converse with someone so out of touch with reality.

    None of the links I shared with you in my previous comment show a “train wreck.” Do you have any evidence, or just your pejorative adjectives to go by?

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    • September 26, 2020, at 8:46 AM PDT
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  22. The Cynthonian Member

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    Ekosj (View Comment):

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    Doing battle is the reason he was elected. I, myself, am so tired of the go-along-to-get-along mindset of the old GOP-estab. It would be one thing if the opposition also wanted to be collegial, or if the press was neutral, but that hasn’t been the case for at least 20 years if not more. The press shows up at these things girded for war, armed with “gotcha” questions and partisan speeches posing as questions. Turnabout is fair play. As the saying goes “Don’t start nothin’ won’t be nothin’ “

    Doing battle is not the job.

    Doing battle IS the job when the country is under attack…..this time mostly from within. 

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    • September 26, 2020, at 9:43 AM PDT
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  23. lowtech redneck Coolidge

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    Ekosj (View Comment):

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    Doing battle is the reason he was elected. I, myself, am so tired of the go-along-to-get-along mindset of the old GOP-estab. It would be one thing if the opposition also wanted to be collegial, or if the press was neutral, but that hasn’t been the case for at least 20 years if not more. The press shows up at these things girded for war, armed with “gotcha” questions and partisan speeches posing as questions. Turnabout is fair play. As the saying goes “Don’t start nothin’ won’t be nothin’ “

    Doing battle is not the job.

    It is when the country is in the midst of a cold or lukewarm civil war.

     

    • #23
    • September 26, 2020, at 10:43 AM PDT
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  24. Chris O. Coolidge
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    CB Toder aka Mama Toad (View Comment):
    I have to say I love this video of Trump lovers in the streets of LA, dancing and having fun

    Took off the unimportant part.

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    • September 26, 2020, at 11:20 AM PDT
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  25. cdor Member
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    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    Ekosj (View Comment):

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

     

    Doing battle is the reason he was elected. I, myself, am so tired of the go-along-to-get-along mindset of the old GOP-estab. It would be one thing if the opposition also wanted to be collegial, or if the press was neutral, but that hasn’t been the case for at least 20 years if not more. The press shows up at these things girded for war, armed with “gotcha” questions and partisan speeches posing as questions. Turnabout is fair play. As the saying goes “Don’t start nothin’ won’t be nothin’ “

    Doing battle is not the job.

    Nor is running away with one’s tail between one’s legs. Trump isn’t looking for a battle. I think you know that. If you do watch the original events and questions, you see the antagonism and arrogance and, quite frankly, the intentional stupidity of the press based on the questions they ask the President. Look, even Jesus had his doubters and haters. You have every right to your opinion. I just hope you don’t turn that into a vote for Biden, because that would mean I have just wasted five minutes of my time engaging you.

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    • September 27, 2020, at 10:36 AM PDT
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  26. Flicker Coolidge

    Bill Nelson (View Comment):

    It appears that a growing majority of your fellow citizens disagree with you. Trump’s press battles show a president who is interested simply in doing battle and not in the content of the discussion as it relates to the American people.

    I disagree. Trump answers fair questions fairly. All but a very few questioners (these few being mostly some of the few foreign correspondents, the two or so right wing correspondents and one particularly meek American correspondent — I think for the WSJ) very few pose their questions in a fair manner and most, pose them using pejorative preconceptions. And a good third use impertinent numbers falsely. In my view, Trump doesn’t fight, he fights back.

    They routinely ask questions like ‘How do you live with yourself seeing that 200,000 people have now died through your incompetent response to the covid pandemic?’ or, most recently: Win, lose or draw, given all the violence and rioting, do you commit to a peaceful transfer of power?

    There are three ways to answer this question.

    1- The violence is coming from the left, Democrat-encouraged anarchists, race-based neo-communist organizations, and deluded empty and angry souls who are looking for meaning in life: I can bring federal arms to bear, but it is a line I am reluctant to cross; 2- There is ample evidence of collusion to commit election fraud on the part of Democrats; this is going to be a disputed election no matter who wins or when the votes are finally counted; there are hundreds of lawyers waiting to engage the process in the courts, any transition will be fraught with dissension and protests; or 3- The Democrats have already framed this election as unwinnable by me, and have advised the Biden team to never concede: this is a call to an actual Constitutional crisis. I cannot but hold to Constitutional principles and support the Constitution and its framework for the peaceful transition of power; and who’s to say I won’t win outright and this result will not be fought by anarchists rioting in the streets.

    Nonetheless, this question, in the way that it was phrased, posited that Trump could actually win the election, but that Trump would be responsible for violence and rioting in its aftermath.

    Trump did not answer this complex and disingenuous question elegantly: he was blind-sided by it and only touched on these points above, and not with absolute clarity.

    The final answer is a question that nullifies the first: How can Trump commit to a peaceful transfer of power when the violence is coming from his detractors?

    Trump isn’t the one looking for battle.

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    • September 27, 2020, at 1:09 PM PDT
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