With Trump as President, the World Spiraling Into Chaos ... Trump torched America’s foreign policy

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With Trump as President, the World Spiraling Into Chaos ... Trump torched America’s foreign policy
Hey Capt. Moonpie, small typo in your OP.

Trump is BUILDING America's foreign policy.

He is only torching YOURS.
Donald Trump is as successful at "building America's foreign policy" as he is at building the wall.

Donald Trump has been a failure all his life rescued by the Russian mob.



Watch how easily I ram your indoctrinated lies back down your throat.


70. "U.S. Growth Hits 4.1%, Fastest Since 2014, in Win for Trump"

Terms of Service Violation



“We are now on track to reach GDP annual growth of over 3%... Each point, by the way, means approximately $3 trillion and 10 million jobs,” @POTUS says https://cbsn.ws/2JZ4YIt

CBS News on Twitter


71. "Pence and other Trump enthusiasts can point to increasing macroeconomic growth. Growth rose 4.1 percent in the second quarter and is up more than 3 percent for the year. Unemployment was down to 3.9 percent in July. The S&P 500 stock index is up 6 percent since the Trump presidency, while the rest of the world's stock markets are down 6 percent. These are numbers any recent administration would boast about.


More notable are positive trends among subgroups that weren't doing so well before Trump took office. Former Obama administration chief economic adviser Jason Furman, writing for Vox, notes that in the past three years "recent wage growth ... at the low end of the wage scale" is stronger than growth among the higher-paid. Similarly, Bloomberg columnist and portfolio manager Conor Sen makes the point that job growth has been greatest among "goods-producing workers and the least-educated workers."

Has Trump Delivered on His Economic Promises?


72. “Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter The central bank district estimates that GDP will increase 5 percent for the July-to-September period, according to an update posted Wednesday.

If the forecast is accurate, it will come on top of a strong 4.1 percent second quarter…” Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter

73. “Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high”
Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high

But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well.

74. “But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well. CNBC called the American economy a “tremendous achievement” for Trump, highlighting that “during his time in office, the economy has achieved feats most experts thought impossible. GDP is growing at a 3-percent plus rate. The unemployment rate is near a 50-year low. Meanwhile, the stock market has jumped 27 percent amid a surge in corporate profits.” Obama Complains About Trump Taking Credit for Strong Economy | NTK Network

75. “U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week” U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week

76. “President Trump let the world know at the U.N. today that he’s sticking to his vision of America-first sovereignty, rather than cede power to U.N. multilateralists — to their great dismay. Too bad for them: Mr. Trump’s approach is working.
“America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and domination,” he told world leaders at the UN General Assembly. This country “will not tell you how to live or work or worship.” But we “ask that you honor our sovereignty in return.”
…vowing to “never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy.” Globalists at U.N. Rage at Trump

77. “”Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

"USMCA will give our workers, farmers, ranchers and businesses a high-standard trade agreement that will result in freer markets, fairer trade and robust economic growth in our region."

"It will strengthen the middle class and create good, well-paying jobs and new opportunities for the nearly half-billion people who call North America home," Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

78. “Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump Since President Donald Trump took office, federal employment has declined by 16,000.” Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump
79. “The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a report recently that found “the Trump Administration’s regulatory reform efforts have saved American families and businesses $23 billion in Fiscal Year 2018 by getting rid of unduly burdensome and unnecessary regulation. The findings, released by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), also reported that Federal Agencies issued 176 deregulatory actions.” This is an important report that you will hear little about from a media obsessed with palace intrigue and investigations.”
Trump Regulatory Reform Saved Taxpayers $23 Billion

80. "Wages and salaries jump by 3.1%, highest level in a decade


81. “Job growth surges by 312,000 in December” Job growth surges by 312,000 in December
82. "Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring"
Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring



"The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. "
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports®

83. "Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

(CNSNews.com) - The number of people employed in the United States hit a record 157,288,000 in July, according to the employment report released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

That was up 283,000 from the 157,005,000 employed in June."

Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

Be sure to let me know if you need the rest of the list, you dunce.
My sympathies for the state of your mind which has evidently been perverted by Trump's lies.

All the numbers Donald Trump uses are wonkier than pyramid schemes books.

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed
By Megan HenneyPublished August 22, 2019JobsFOXBusiness
This year’s preliminary data, however, contained bad news for the economy: Employers added 501,000 fewer jobs Opens a New Window. than first estimated as of March 2019. It’s the biggest revision in almost a decade.

About two-thirds of the downward revisions stemmed from the retail, which had 146,400 fewer jobs, and leisure and hospitality industries, which had 175,000 fewer workers. Other industries, however, reported drops in employment as well. Manufacturing, construction and mining and logging also lowered their estimates.

The updated data mean the 223,000 average monthly job increase in 2018 — the best since 2015 and frequently touted by President Trump as evidence that his administration’s policies are helping the economy — dropped to about 181,000.
While not as robust, it still shows that job creation is expanding at a steady rate.
The Labor Department will update these revisions in February 2020.
 

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With Trump as President, the World Spiraling Into Chaos ... Trump torched America’s foreign policy
Hey Capt. Moonpie, small typo in your OP.

Trump is BUILDING America's foreign policy.

He is only torching YOURS.
Donald Trump is as successful at "building America's foreign policy" as he is at building the wall.

Donald Trump has been a failure all his life rescued by the Russian mob.



Watch how easily I ram your indoctrinated lies back down your throat.


70. "U.S. Growth Hits 4.1%, Fastest Since 2014, in Win for Trump"

Terms of Service Violation



“We are now on track to reach GDP annual growth of over 3%... Each point, by the way, means approximately $3 trillion and 10 million jobs,” @POTUS says https://cbsn.ws/2JZ4YIt

CBS News on Twitter


71. "Pence and other Trump enthusiasts can point to increasing macroeconomic growth. Growth rose 4.1 percent in the second quarter and is up more than 3 percent for the year. Unemployment was down to 3.9 percent in July. The S&P 500 stock index is up 6 percent since the Trump presidency, while the rest of the world's stock markets are down 6 percent. These are numbers any recent administration would boast about.


More notable are positive trends among subgroups that weren't doing so well before Trump took office. Former Obama administration chief economic adviser Jason Furman, writing for Vox, notes that in the past three years "recent wage growth ... at the low end of the wage scale" is stronger than growth among the higher-paid. Similarly, Bloomberg columnist and portfolio manager Conor Sen makes the point that job growth has been greatest among "goods-producing workers and the least-educated workers."

Has Trump Delivered on His Economic Promises?


72. “Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter The central bank district estimates that GDP will increase 5 percent for the July-to-September period, according to an update posted Wednesday.

If the forecast is accurate, it will come on top of a strong 4.1 percent second quarter…” Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter

73. “Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high”
Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high

But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well.

74. “But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well. CNBC called the American economy a “tremendous achievement” for Trump, highlighting that “during his time in office, the economy has achieved feats most experts thought impossible. GDP is growing at a 3-percent plus rate. The unemployment rate is near a 50-year low. Meanwhile, the stock market has jumped 27 percent amid a surge in corporate profits.” Obama Complains About Trump Taking Credit for Strong Economy | NTK Network

75. “U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week” U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week

76. “President Trump let the world know at the U.N. today that he’s sticking to his vision of America-first sovereignty, rather than cede power to U.N. multilateralists — to their great dismay. Too bad for them: Mr. Trump’s approach is working.
“America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and domination,” he told world leaders at the UN General Assembly. This country “will not tell you how to live or work or worship.” But we “ask that you honor our sovereignty in return.”
…vowing to “never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy.” Globalists at U.N. Rage at Trump

77. “”Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

"USMCA will give our workers, farmers, ranchers and businesses a high-standard trade agreement that will result in freer markets, fairer trade and robust economic growth in our region."

"It will strengthen the middle class and create good, well-paying jobs and new opportunities for the nearly half-billion people who call North America home," Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

78. “Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump Since President Donald Trump took office, federal employment has declined by 16,000.” Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump
79. “The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a report recently that found “the Trump Administration’s regulatory reform efforts have saved American families and businesses $23 billion in Fiscal Year 2018 by getting rid of unduly burdensome and unnecessary regulation. The findings, released by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), also reported that Federal Agencies issued 176 deregulatory actions.” This is an important report that you will hear little about from a media obsessed with palace intrigue and investigations.”
Trump Regulatory Reform Saved Taxpayers $23 Billion

80. "Wages and salaries jump by 3.1%, highest level in a decade


81. “Job growth surges by 312,000 in December” Job growth surges by 312,000 in December
82. "Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring"
Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring



"The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. "
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports®

83. "Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

(CNSNews.com) - The number of people employed in the United States hit a record 157,288,000 in July, according to the employment report released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

That was up 283,000 from the 157,005,000 employed in June."

Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

Be sure to let me know if you need the rest of the list, you dunce.
My sympathies for the state of your mind which has evidently been perverted by Trump's lies.

All the numbers Donald Trump uses are wonkier than pyramid schemes books.

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed
By Megan HenneyPublished August 22, 2019JobsFOXBusiness
This year’s preliminary data, however, contained bad news for the economy: Employers added 501,000 fewer jobs Opens a New Window. than first estimated as of March 2019. It’s the biggest revision in almost a decade.

About two-thirds of the downward revisions stemmed from the retail, which had 146,400 fewer jobs, and leisure and hospitality industries, which had 175,000 fewer workers. Other industries, however, reported drops in employment as well. Manufacturing, construction and mining and logging also lowered their estimates.

The updated data mean the 223,000 average monthly job increase in 2018 — the best since 2015 and frequently touted by President Trump as evidence that his administration’s policies are helping the economy — dropped to about 181,000.
While not as robust, it still shows that job creation is expanding at a steady rate.
The Labor Department will update these revisions in February 2020.


Everything I have posted has been linked, documented and sourced.

Most telling is that I have exposed the fact that you simply swallow the Left's propaganda, cannot name a single book that has informed your views, and don't deny that you are a brain-washed government school victim.


What more is there to say....except: be gone.
 
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This quote from the article is a concise summary of the parlous state of American diplomacy and influence: "The most powerful country in the world is being run by a sundowning demagogue whose oceanic ignorance is matched only by his gargantuan ego."
His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
.

"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.


The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
The State Department is run by a scared obese man hiding under a bed. Trump only wheels rubber-guts Pompeo out for photo opportunities.

Rubber-guts Pompeo is not allowed to actually decide foreign policy. He is allowed only to parrot Donald Trump.
 
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This quote from the article is a concise summary of the parlous state of American diplomacy and influence: "The most powerful country in the world is being run by a sundowning demagogue whose oceanic ignorance is matched only by his gargantuan ego."
His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
.

"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.


The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
I'm betting you got your education from the back of public toilet doors ... am I right?
 
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With Trump as President, the World Spiraling Into Chaos ... Trump torched America’s foreign policy
Hey Capt. Moonpie, small typo in your OP.

Trump is BUILDING America's foreign policy.

He is only torching YOURS.
Donald Trump is as successful at "building America's foreign policy" as he is at building the wall.

Donald Trump has been a failure all his life rescued by the Russian mob.



Watch how easily I ram your indoctrinated lies back down your throat.


70. "U.S. Growth Hits 4.1%, Fastest Since 2014, in Win for Trump"

Terms of Service Violation



“We are now on track to reach GDP annual growth of over 3%... Each point, by the way, means approximately $3 trillion and 10 million jobs,” @POTUS says https://cbsn.ws/2JZ4YIt

CBS News on Twitter


71. "Pence and other Trump enthusiasts can point to increasing macroeconomic growth. Growth rose 4.1 percent in the second quarter and is up more than 3 percent for the year. Unemployment was down to 3.9 percent in July. The S&P 500 stock index is up 6 percent since the Trump presidency, while the rest of the world's stock markets are down 6 percent. These are numbers any recent administration would boast about.


More notable are positive trends among subgroups that weren't doing so well before Trump took office. Former Obama administration chief economic adviser Jason Furman, writing for Vox, notes that in the past three years "recent wage growth ... at the low end of the wage scale" is stronger than growth among the higher-paid. Similarly, Bloomberg columnist and portfolio manager Conor Sen makes the point that job growth has been greatest among "goods-producing workers and the least-educated workers."

Has Trump Delivered on His Economic Promises?


72. “Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter The central bank district estimates that GDP will increase 5 percent for the July-to-September period, according to an update posted Wednesday.

If the forecast is accurate, it will come on top of a strong 4.1 percent second quarter…” Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter

73. “Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high”
Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high

But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well.

74. “But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well. CNBC called the American economy a “tremendous achievement” for Trump, highlighting that “during his time in office, the economy has achieved feats most experts thought impossible. GDP is growing at a 3-percent plus rate. The unemployment rate is near a 50-year low. Meanwhile, the stock market has jumped 27 percent amid a surge in corporate profits.” Obama Complains About Trump Taking Credit for Strong Economy | NTK Network

75. “U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week” U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week

76. “President Trump let the world know at the U.N. today that he’s sticking to his vision of America-first sovereignty, rather than cede power to U.N. multilateralists — to their great dismay. Too bad for them: Mr. Trump’s approach is working.
“America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and domination,” he told world leaders at the UN General Assembly. This country “will not tell you how to live or work or worship.” But we “ask that you honor our sovereignty in return.”
…vowing to “never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy.” Globalists at U.N. Rage at Trump

77. “”Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

"USMCA will give our workers, farmers, ranchers and businesses a high-standard trade agreement that will result in freer markets, fairer trade and robust economic growth in our region."

"It will strengthen the middle class and create good, well-paying jobs and new opportunities for the nearly half-billion people who call North America home," Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

78. “Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump Since President Donald Trump took office, federal employment has declined by 16,000.” Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump
79. “The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a report recently that found “the Trump Administration’s regulatory reform efforts have saved American families and businesses $23 billion in Fiscal Year 2018 by getting rid of unduly burdensome and unnecessary regulation. The findings, released by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), also reported that Federal Agencies issued 176 deregulatory actions.” This is an important report that you will hear little about from a media obsessed with palace intrigue and investigations.”
Trump Regulatory Reform Saved Taxpayers $23 Billion

80. "Wages and salaries jump by 3.1%, highest level in a decade


81. “Job growth surges by 312,000 in December” Job growth surges by 312,000 in December
82. "Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring"
Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring



"The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. "
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports®

83. "Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

(CNSNews.com) - The number of people employed in the United States hit a record 157,288,000 in July, according to the employment report released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

That was up 283,000 from the 157,005,000 employed in June."

Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

Be sure to let me know if you need the rest of the list, you dunce.
My sympathies for the state of your mind which has evidently been perverted by Trump's lies.

All the numbers Donald Trump uses are wonkier than pyramid schemes books.

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed
By Megan HenneyPublished August 22, 2019JobsFOXBusiness
This year’s preliminary data, however, contained bad news for the economy: Employers added 501,000 fewer jobs Opens a New Window. than first estimated as of March 2019. It’s the biggest revision in almost a decade.

About two-thirds of the downward revisions stemmed from the retail, which had 146,400 fewer jobs, and leisure and hospitality industries, which had 175,000 fewer workers. Other industries, however, reported drops in employment as well. Manufacturing, construction and mining and logging also lowered their estimates.

The updated data mean the 223,000 average monthly job increase in 2018 — the best since 2015 and frequently touted by President Trump as evidence that his administration’s policies are helping the economy — dropped to about 181,000.
While not as robust, it still shows that job creation is expanding at a steady rate.
The Labor Department will update these revisions in February 2020.
Everything I have posted has been linked, documented and sourced.

Most telling is that I have exposed the fact that you simply swallow the Left's propaganda, cannot name a single book that has informed your views, and don't deny that you are a brain-washed government school victim.

What more is there to say....except: be gone.
You just demonstrated how gullible you are. Trump does even have to break a sweat to control your mind.

Trump's economic performance is not better than Obama's despite the tax cut and the burgeoning debt with current budget deficit heading to exceed $1 trillion. Trump's performance is about to hit the wall like a Trump golden shower.

https://beta.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/08/20/trump-v-obama-economy-charts/

 

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This quote from the article is a concise summary of the parlous state of American diplomacy and influence: "The most powerful country in the world is being run by a sundowning demagogue whose oceanic ignorance is matched only by his gargantuan ego."
His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
.

"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.


The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
The State Department is run by a scared obese man hiding under a bed. Trump only wheels rubber-guts Pompeo out for photo opportunities.

Rubber-guts Pompeo is not allowed to actually decide foreign policy. He is allowed only to parrot Donald Trump.


I want readers to see that I've provided the links to government conclusions, while you have provided the usual Liberal response to facts:
"Is not, issssssssss nooooootttttttttt!!!"



Kind of like this:
Biden tells Iowans: 'We choose truth over facts' -
Biden tells Iowans: 'We choose truth over facts'



Which is the greater part of reality.....that you are uneducated, or that you are simply stupid????
 

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This quote from the article is a concise summary of the parlous state of American diplomacy and influence: "The most powerful country in the world is being run by a sundowning demagogue whose oceanic ignorance is matched only by his gargantuan ego."
His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
.

"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.


The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
I'm betting you got your education from the back of public toilet doors ... am I right?

Ivy League grad.....the school with the best fight song in the nation:






When you left the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, did you get a diploma or just that big red nose?
 

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Hey Capt. Moonpie, small typo in your OP.

Trump is BUILDING America's foreign policy.

He is only torching YOURS.
Donald Trump is as successful at "building America's foreign policy" as he is at building the wall.

Donald Trump has been a failure all his life rescued by the Russian mob.



Watch how easily I ram your indoctrinated lies back down your throat.


70. "U.S. Growth Hits 4.1%, Fastest Since 2014, in Win for Trump"

Terms of Service Violation



“We are now on track to reach GDP annual growth of over 3%... Each point, by the way, means approximately $3 trillion and 10 million jobs,” @POTUS says https://cbsn.ws/2JZ4YIt

CBS News on Twitter


71. "Pence and other Trump enthusiasts can point to increasing macroeconomic growth. Growth rose 4.1 percent in the second quarter and is up more than 3 percent for the year. Unemployment was down to 3.9 percent in July. The S&P 500 stock index is up 6 percent since the Trump presidency, while the rest of the world's stock markets are down 6 percent. These are numbers any recent administration would boast about.


More notable are positive trends among subgroups that weren't doing so well before Trump took office. Former Obama administration chief economic adviser Jason Furman, writing for Vox, notes that in the past three years "recent wage growth ... at the low end of the wage scale" is stronger than growth among the higher-paid. Similarly, Bloomberg columnist and portfolio manager Conor Sen makes the point that job growth has been greatest among "goods-producing workers and the least-educated workers."

Has Trump Delivered on His Economic Promises?


72. “Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter The central bank district estimates that GDP will increase 5 percent for the July-to-September period, according to an update posted Wednesday.

If the forecast is accurate, it will come on top of a strong 4.1 percent second quarter…” Atlanta Fed predicts 5% jump in economic growth for third quarter

73. “Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high”
Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high

But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well.

74. “But it’s not just Trump giving himself credit for the strong economy – economists are as well. CNBC called the American economy a “tremendous achievement” for Trump, highlighting that “during his time in office, the economy has achieved feats most experts thought impossible. GDP is growing at a 3-percent plus rate. The unemployment rate is near a 50-year low. Meanwhile, the stock market has jumped 27 percent amid a surge in corporate profits.” Obama Complains About Trump Taking Credit for Strong Economy | NTK Network

75. “U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week” U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low for Third Straight Week

76. “President Trump let the world know at the U.N. today that he’s sticking to his vision of America-first sovereignty, rather than cede power to U.N. multilateralists — to their great dismay. Too bad for them: Mr. Trump’s approach is working.
“America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and domination,” he told world leaders at the UN General Assembly. This country “will not tell you how to live or work or worship.” But we “ask that you honor our sovereignty in return.”
…vowing to “never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy.” Globalists at U.N. Rage at Trump

77. “”Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

"USMCA will give our workers, farmers, ranchers and businesses a high-standard trade agreement that will result in freer markets, fairer trade and robust economic growth in our region."

"It will strengthen the middle class and create good, well-paying jobs and new opportunities for the nearly half-billion people who call North America home," Canada agrees to join U.S. and Mexico in new trade deal to replace NAFTA, say US and Canadian officials

78. “Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump Since President Donald Trump took office, federal employment has declined by 16,000.” Federal Government Cut 1,000 Jobs in September; -16,000 Under Trump
79. “The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a report recently that found “the Trump Administration’s regulatory reform efforts have saved American families and businesses $23 billion in Fiscal Year 2018 by getting rid of unduly burdensome and unnecessary regulation. The findings, released by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), also reported that Federal Agencies issued 176 deregulatory actions.” This is an important report that you will hear little about from a media obsessed with palace intrigue and investigations.”
Trump Regulatory Reform Saved Taxpayers $23 Billion

80. "Wages and salaries jump by 3.1%, highest level in a decade


81. “Job growth surges by 312,000 in December” Job growth surges by 312,000 in December
82. "Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring"
Unemployment hits 49-year low as US employers step up hiring



"The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. "
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll - Rasmussen Reports®

83. "Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

(CNSNews.com) - The number of people employed in the United States hit a record 157,288,000 in July, according to the employment report released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

That was up 283,000 from the 157,005,000 employed in June."

Record 157,288,000 Employed in July

Be sure to let me know if you need the rest of the list, you dunce.
My sympathies for the state of your mind which has evidently been perverted by Trump's lies.

All the numbers Donald Trump uses are wonkier than pyramid schemes books.

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed

America has half a million fewer jobs than initially believed
By Megan HenneyPublished August 22, 2019JobsFOXBusiness
This year’s preliminary data, however, contained bad news for the economy: Employers added 501,000 fewer jobs Opens a New Window. than first estimated as of March 2019. It’s the biggest revision in almost a decade.

About two-thirds of the downward revisions stemmed from the retail, which had 146,400 fewer jobs, and leisure and hospitality industries, which had 175,000 fewer workers. Other industries, however, reported drops in employment as well. Manufacturing, construction and mining and logging also lowered their estimates.

The updated data mean the 223,000 average monthly job increase in 2018 — the best since 2015 and frequently touted by President Trump as evidence that his administration’s policies are helping the economy — dropped to about 181,000.
While not as robust, it still shows that job creation is expanding at a steady rate.
The Labor Department will update these revisions in February 2020.
Everything I have posted has been linked, documented and sourced.

Most telling is that I have exposed the fact that you simply swallow the Left's propaganda, cannot name a single book that has informed your views, and don't deny that you are a brain-washed government school victim.

What more is there to say....except: be gone.
You just demonstrated how gullible you are. Trump does even have to break a sweat to control your mind.

Trump's economic performance is not better than Obama's despite the tax cut and the burgeoning debt with current budget deficit heading to exceed $1 trillion. Trump's performance is about to hit the wall like a Trump golden shower.

https://beta.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/08/20/trump-v-obama-economy-charts/


"Trump's economic performance is not better than Obama's..."


Watch how deftly I prove you a lying imbecile...


Any praise for Obama is purely propaganda. The man is an incompetent ingrate....very much like you.



He inherited an average economy, and never improved it.




So says the Left-leaning Reuters:


The unemployment rate announced three days after his election was 6.5%....not particularly terrible. But it was the only economic news, and had Obama insisting we were suffering "the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression." Obama: U.S. in worst crisis since Depression - Reuters




Obama did a terrible job with his Democrat policies:

"...the economy was stagnating in 2016 after the weakest recovery from a recession since the Great Depression.


In fact, The New York Times itself described Obama's economy this way in August 2016: "For three quarters in a row, the growth rate of the economy has hovered around a mere 1%. In the last quarter of 2015 and the first quarter of 2016, the economy expanded at feeble annual rates of 0.9% and 0.8%, respectively. The initial reading for the second quarter of this year, released on Friday, was a disappointing 1.2%."


...GDP growth decelerated in each of the last three quarters of 2016."



And on January 27, 2017, after the government reported that GDP growth for all 2016 was a mere 1.6% — the weakest in five years —"


Economic Boom: Media Rewrite History To Credit Obama Instead Of Trump


Trump picked up an revitalized the economy:


In short, there was no upward trajectory to the economy on anyone's radar when Trump took office.” Economic Boom: Media Rewrite History To Credit Obama Instead Of Trump


 
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His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
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"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.


The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
The State Department is run by a scared obese man hiding under a bed. Trump only wheels rubber-guts Pompeo out for photo opportunities.

Rubber-guts Pompeo is not allowed to actually decide foreign policy. He is allowed only to parrot Donald Trump.
I want readers to see that I've provided the links to government conclusions, while you have provided the usual Liberal response to facts:
"Is not, issssssssss nooooootttttttttt!!!"

Kind of like this:
Biden tells Iowans: 'We choose truth over facts' -
Biden tells Iowans: 'We choose truth over facts'

Which is the greater part of reality.....that you are uneducated, or that you are simply stupid????
If you are seeking to communicate with stupid people you should attend a Donald Trump rally. Or better still, write to GOP lawmakers before they get run outta town.
 

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"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.


The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
The State Department is run by a scared obese man hiding under a bed. Trump only wheels rubber-guts Pompeo out for photo opportunities.

Rubber-guts Pompeo is not allowed to actually decide foreign policy. He is allowed only to parrot Donald Trump.
I want readers to see that I've provided the links to government conclusions, while you have provided the usual Liberal response to facts:
"Is not, issssssssss nooooootttttttttt!!!"

Kind of like this:
Biden tells Iowans: 'We choose truth over facts' -
Biden tells Iowans: 'We choose truth over facts'

Which is the greater part of reality.....that you are uneducated, or that you are simply stupid????
If you are seeking to communicate with stupid people you should attend a Donald Trump rally. Or better still, write to GOP lawmakers before they get run outta town.


You've dodged every proof I've provided that eviscerated your posts, and dodged the questions I've asked you about your educational lacunae.


What love about posts such as yours is that they embarrass even Democrat supporter.

Be sure to write more, and soon.
 

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If you don't like Trump's foreign policy, please remember what Obama's was like:
1. In Syria, no action, no enforcing his red line, ISIS ran rampant and expanded
2. NK developed nuclear weapons and ICMBs
3. Russia took Crimea and eastern Ukraine
4. China ran rampant, grew its economy to 2nd, and modernized its military with US money due to bad trade deals
5. Gave Iran billions to develop their nuclear and ICBMs
6. Libya went rogue
7. NATO took advantage of the US protection and skimped on defense spending
8. The US trade deficit grew due to stupid trade deals
9. US manufacturing went overseas, "those jobs are not coming back"
10. China and others "dumped" steel and aluminum killing US mills.
 
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His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
.

"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.
The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
I'm betting you got your education from the back of public toilet doors ... am I right?

Ivy League grad.....the school with the best fight song in the nation:






When you left the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, did you get a diploma or just that big red nose?
If you don';t like Trump's foreign policy, please remember what Obama's was like:
1. In Syria, no action, no enforcing his red line, ISIS ran rampant and expanded
2. NK developed nuclear weapons and ICMBs
3. Russia took Crimea and eastern Ukraine
4. China ran rampant, grew its economy to 2nd, and modernized its military with US money due to bad trade deals
5. Gave Iran billions to develop their nuclear and ICBMs
6. Libya went rogue
7. NATO took advantage of the US protection and skimped on defense spending
8. The US trade deficit grew due to stupid trade deals
9. US manufacturing went overseas, "those jobs are not coming back"
10. China and others "dumped" steel and aluminum killing US mills.
Your desperation is noted. A new POTUS will ease your mind.
 

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"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.
The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'







Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
I'm betting you got your education from the back of public toilet doors ... am I right?

Ivy League grad.....the school with the best fight song in the nation:






When you left the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, did you get a diploma or just that big red nose?
If you don';t like Trump's foreign policy, please remember what Obama's was like:
1. In Syria, no action, no enforcing his red line, ISIS ran rampant and expanded
2. NK developed nuclear weapons and ICMBs
3. Russia took Crimea and eastern Ukraine
4. China ran rampant, grew its economy to 2nd, and modernized its military with US money due to bad trade deals
5. Gave Iran billions to develop their nuclear and ICBMs
6. Libya went rogue
7. NATO took advantage of the US protection and skimped on defense spending
8. The US trade deficit grew due to stupid trade deals
9. US manufacturing went overseas, "those jobs are not coming back"
10. China and others "dumped" steel and aluminum killing US mills.
Your desperation is noted. A new POTUS will ease your mind.

Putting you in your place is 'desperation'????


English is my second language.
It appears you don't have a first language.
 

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"Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now,..."

In your "simplistic, myopic," inbred view, does that include guaranteeing the world's worst state sponsor of terrorism having nuclear weapons, you dunce?
Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.
The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'





Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?


Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
I'm betting you got your education from the back of public toilet doors ... am I right?

Ivy League grad.....the school with the best fight song in the nation:






When you left the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, did you get a diploma or just that big red nose?
If you don';t like Trump's foreign policy, please remember what Obama's was like:
1. In Syria, no action, no enforcing his red line, ISIS ran rampant and expanded
2. NK developed nuclear weapons and ICMBs
3. Russia took Crimea and eastern Ukraine
4. China ran rampant, grew its economy to 2nd, and modernized its military with US money due to bad trade deals
5. Gave Iran billions to develop their nuclear and ICBMs
6. Libya went rogue
7. NATO took advantage of the US protection and skimped on defense spending
8. The US trade deficit grew due to stupid trade deals
9. US manufacturing went overseas, "those jobs are not coming back"
10. China and others "dumped" steel and aluminum killing US mills.
Your desperation is noted. A new POTUS will ease your mind.
Its not "desperation", the word you wanted is TRUTH
 

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This quote from the article is a concise summary of the parlous state of American diplomacy and influence: "The most powerful country in the world is being run by a sundowning demagogue whose oceanic ignorance is matched only by his gargantuan ego."
His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
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Your whole post speaks of your fear of your enemies in the world, so just surrender to them eh ??? Yes, we have enemies in this world still, and we will always have enemies until the Lord ends this thing. Surrendering our morals and values (what little we have left), to our undermining enemies over trade issues is an evil thing, but here we are. Repairing the damage over many decades looking back now, uh is an amazing thing.

What are the American's going to do about these school's, because they are blatantly indoctronating and intimidating the children once they leave the safety of their parents who ignorantly send them there ????

My granddaughter who is not even10 years old, came home saying that this Tom Styer is a good guy (when his ad came on TV), and that he should be voted for. Now I know she doesn't believe that or even think that, but once she went to school this year they got to her. Not sure if it's because of intimidation by other students or indoctronation by liberal teachers. All I know is that we have a huge problem in this country when it comes to this sort of thing in these school's now, and action needs to be taken from a legislative standpoint in order to restore order and freedom of thought in these school's again. Sending children into these environments is basically giving your children over to the evil one these days, and it's amazing how weak people have gotten over the years.

The propaganda/indoctronation machine is strong in this country now, and it really speaks to what was happening over the years looking back now.
 

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This quote from the article is a concise summary of the parlous state of American diplomacy and influence: "The most powerful country in the world is being run by a sundowning demagogue whose oceanic ignorance is matched only by his gargantuan ego."
His incredibly chauvinistic, simplistic, myopic view of America is blinding him to the fact that America is not the force it once was. Other countries have simply progressed, and they can identify other options now, so all he is doing is isolating us.

I'm sure our allies are hoping for a return of a more mature America next November, but I do wonder what happens if he wins again. The number of other options will only increase, and they may near the end of their rope with this guy.
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Your whole post speaks of your fear of your enemies in the world, so just surrender to them eh ??? Yes, we have enemies in this world still, and we will always have enemies until the Lord ends this thing. Surrendering our morals and values (what little we have left), to our undermining enemies over trade issues is an evil thing, but here we are. Repairing the damage over many decades looking back now, uh is an amazing thing.

What are the American's going to do about these school's, because they are blatantly indoctronating and intimidating the children once they leave the safety of their parents who ignorantly send them there ????

My granddaughter who is not even10 years old, came home saying that this Tom Styer is a good guy (when his ad came on TV), and that he should be voted for. Now I know she doesn't believe that or even think that, but once she went to school this year they got to her. Not sure if it's because of intimidation by other students or indoctronation by liberal teachers. All I know is that we have a huge problem in this country when it comes to this sort of thing in these school's now, and action needs to be taken from a legislative standpoint in order to restore order and freedom of thought in these school's again. Sending children into these environments is basically giving your children over to the evil one these days, and it's amazing how weak people have gotten over the years.

The propaganda/indoctronation machine is strong in this country now, and it really speaks to what was happening over the years looking back now.


That's why we're a home schooling family.
 

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There was a time that many Democrats did not care for the way our foreign policy was going. How much we paid to the world so we could protect it. The WW2 era is ending and we do not want to admit it. We can continue much of the same policies but we need to get a few more coins from our overseas friends and competitors.
That's perfectly fair. But there is a significant difference between a mature, thoughtful change to our foreign policy and childish antagonism. Temperament matters. Behaviors matter. Particularly on the world stage. This man simply lacks the most fundamental temperamental capacity to deal with others (directly or indirectly) on an intelligent, dignified, respectful way.

There's nothing wrong with being intelligent or dignified or respectful. It's possible to be intelligent, dignified and respectful while still advancing an agenda at the same time.. Virtually every other world leader can manage it, and it's not asking too much to expect ours to, as well.
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It's time to face it Mac … once a thinking leftist you've degenerated into just another mindless, dime-a-dozen Trump hater. We elected Trump - or rather rejected Clinton - in large part for what she isn't and what he is … a bull in the China (ya like that?) shop. Only a fool would be surprised by his operating style - he campaigned on it - and only a bitter leftard would be disappointed in the results.

 
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Saudi Arabia is the "world's worst state sponsor of terrorism" and if they get nuclear weapons it will be because Trump enabled it.

Sunni Muslims have been 100% of all suicide bombers and most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudis.

Saudi Arabia exported extremism to Pakistan with the Jihadi terrorists they sent to support the CIA and the Taliban against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1970s and 1980s.
The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'

Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?

Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
I'm betting you got your education from the back of public toilet doors ... am I right?

Ivy League grad.....the school with the best fight song in the nation:






When you left the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, did you get a diploma or just that big red nose?
If you don';t like Trump's foreign policy, please remember what Obama's was like:
1. In Syria, no action, no enforcing his red line, ISIS ran rampant and expanded
2. NK developed nuclear weapons and ICMBs
3. Russia took Crimea and eastern Ukraine
4. China ran rampant, grew its economy to 2nd, and modernized its military with US money due to bad trade deals
5. Gave Iran billions to develop their nuclear and ICBMs
6. Libya went rogue
7. NATO took advantage of the US protection and skimped on defense spending
8. The US trade deficit grew due to stupid trade deals
9. US manufacturing went overseas, "those jobs are not coming back"
10. China and others "dumped" steel and aluminum killing US mills.
Your desperation is noted. A new POTUS will ease your mind.

Putting you in your place is 'desperation'????


English is my second language.
It appears you don't have a first language.
Gibberish is your first language at which you are very proficient.

I perceive you are actually an alumnus of McDonald's University.
 

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The State Department says you are lying.


"US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'
Annual State Department report admonishes Tehran for assisting 'terrorists' as attacks down for second year in a row."
US: Iran still the 'leading state sponsor of terror'

Let me ask you again...

Would you provide the 3 or 4 tomes that have informed your geopolitical views?

Or is this correct?
"Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges"
Coulter


I'm bettin' that you're a government school grad......am I right?
I'm betting you got your education from the back of public toilet doors ... am I right?

Ivy League grad.....the school with the best fight song in the nation:






When you left the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, did you get a diploma or just that big red nose?
If you don';t like Trump's foreign policy, please remember what Obama's was like:
1. In Syria, no action, no enforcing his red line, ISIS ran rampant and expanded
2. NK developed nuclear weapons and ICMBs
3. Russia took Crimea and eastern Ukraine
4. China ran rampant, grew its economy to 2nd, and modernized its military with US money due to bad trade deals
5. Gave Iran billions to develop their nuclear and ICBMs
6. Libya went rogue
7. NATO took advantage of the US protection and skimped on defense spending
8. The US trade deficit grew due to stupid trade deals
9. US manufacturing went overseas, "those jobs are not coming back"
10. China and others "dumped" steel and aluminum killing US mills.
Your desperation is noted. A new POTUS will ease your mind.

Putting you in your place is 'desperation'????


English is my second language.
It appears you don't have a first language.
Gibberish is your first language at which you are very proficient.

I perceive you are actually an alumnus of McDonald's University.



Rather than ask you again for your education, books that you can point to that informed your views.....you've assured all that neither exist....

.....I'd be happy to provide a curriculum to fill in the vast amount you've missed.



Just ask.
 

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