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I was amazed. Quite a few Dems applauded and some even stood up with the Republicans. Trump must have said something right!

Of couirse there were the sourpuss Dems who just sat, looking like the idiots they are. What was not to like in this speech???

But it was disgusting that some wouldn't stand to honor the widow.

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Comments:
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 9:15AM  
why was it an excellent speech.....??

(specifics... not spun BS..... )
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 9:25AM  
Kudo! He knocked it out of the ballpark! Experts are saying it was one of the most effective first speeches to Congress of any president in history. Polls are already showing 80% loved the speech. The Democrats are self destructing by trying to obstruct President Trump's optimistic, common sense, make America great again agenda. They looked like 2 year old children last night. What an embarrassment. If they don't get with the program and start cooperating with President Trump, they are finished.
texasgirl8585

Mar 1 @ 9:27AM  
Everything he said was excellent.

What is YOUR opinion of the Dems who acted shamelessly and refused to stand?

And Pelosi who wouldn't even stand when he was talking about getting rid of terrorism and ISIS???? Many other Dems did.
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 9:29AM  
I.......said....... be ......specific..........PLEASE



texasgirl8585

Mar 1 @ 9:30AM  
My last post was meant for a simple man.
texasgirl8585

Mar 1 @ 9:31AM  
I can't post the whole speech. EVERYTHING he said was excellent.
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 9:34AM  
ASM... what do you think this is a transcript service?

Why don't you watch the damn speech yourself and stop trying to make someone else do your work for you.
Willy_3411

Mar 1 @ 9:36AM  
ASM Blind to reality.
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 9:38AM  
Here is a link to the full speech for A_Lazy_Man.

https://youtu.be/S02SNC8xpzU

Don't say I never helped you out.
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 9:42AM  
no... I assume(D) that you are open to discussing specifics.... like...(A)....(B)......and (C)...

not just blindly saying everything he said was terrific...

. for example...

who is going to pay for his health care plan....?? (more specifically....just wtf IS his health care plan??)


and if the world is in chaos.... how can we be insulated from that chaos....and still follow the constitution.....

and if the constitution needs revamping..... it's not up to trump to revamp it....
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 9:45AM  
What a breath of fresh air to see the President say that America is going to LEAD THE WORLD again after 8 years without a leader in the White House and no one leading the world while Obama allowed it to deteriorate into chaos.

THANK GOD!

a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 9:50AM  
I see......

trump has nothing specific.... except to blame Obama for shrubs screw ups....( that Obama fixed....)


got it.... you are blindly following a pied piper because you like what he says....




I notice that supposedly he did not attack a free press this time......
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 9:51AM  
Listen... in the 60s President Kennedy said in his speech we were going to put a man on the moon. He didn't say how we were going to pay for it or how it would be done. He just said it. In the 80s President Reagan said we were going to defeat communism and revitalize the economy. He didn't say how we were going to pay for it or do it.

BUT THEY DID IT.

This speech is about broad VISION. If you don't have the vision you can't achieve the goal.

And President Trump obviously has the vision, the drive and the ability to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.

PS: The stock market just hit TWENTY ONE THOUSAND for the first time in history as we speak.
xquseme

Mar 1 @ 9:54AM  
Yes, it WAS an excellent speech.

For those who are Trump detractors, the President stated clearly why he planned to
implement his ideas. It pretty much boils down to America FIRST.

For those who consider Mr. Trump and his plans to be xenophobic, the President is
planning to bar ILLEGAL immigrants from entering the country--not ALL immigrants.
There is a LEGAL method to enter the United States, remember, but millions of unauthorized
aliens have entered this country for many years, intentionally skirting the law.

I'm not all that happy about the President's bedside manner (that is, his less than genial
social skills), but his economic observations and his approach to political challenges
are spot on!

(No, I wasn't even attempting to be specific; the Youtube link provided by a previous
poster should be quite sufficient!)
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 9:54AM  
The answer to paying for things is to have a booming economy. And the way to have a booming economy is the get the government the hell out of the way of the private sector economy.

Trump is slashing taxes and regulations. That's exactly how you accomplish it.

You want specifics? That's the specifics.
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 9:57AM  
trump is no Reagan or Kennedy.....

and his actions speak louder than any speech...

also... THERE WAS NO INTERNET ..during the years you praise....


and people assumed that their president was sane....and truly interested in the American people....

my point is simple.... I have no time for BS.... I want specifics.... and we the people, deserve specifics today....especially after shrub lied about WMD's and put us in a war on two fronts....

so carry on with your blind devotion.... I will just be me.. looking at HOW..... and not what he wants to do....


like... how are the farmers going to sell corn to mexico if they boycott USA corn because trump wants an idiotic wall....


DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 10:03AM  
Another great part of the speech was his policy of merit based immigration. We need to stop importing poverty and welfare cases that eat up the funds we need for our own needy people like homeless and injured veterans and truly disabled people. We need to only allow skilled people into the country who will be self supporting and contribute to the country instead of just taking from it. We need to go back to a system of only allowing people in who have the skills that America needs and that can pay their own way.

Brilliant!
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 10:07AM  
I see.... so..... this is ( republican )wrong....


“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”

and should be changed to... "only send us your rich..well educated....connected people and throw the rest under a bus....."

you do realize that a large percentage of "new usa doctors" are coming (legally immigrating )from India today??


and republicans all say the same thing...we want wasp doctors to treat US....



DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 10:14AM  
And (except for Democrats who hate Americans and love criminal illegals) who could not LOVE the new special office he is setting up to help the victims of crimes committed by illegals.

VOICE=Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement



Thank God someone is looking out for AMERICANS instead of the criminal illegals!
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 10:19AM  
where is the money going to come from??

and what current expenditures are going to be cut to create another level of bureaucracy?

btw... only rich people lose valuables when they are victims of crimes..

I see where some rich people leave a million dollars worth of jewels in their house... are robbed by their illegal maids... then cry that they should be reimbursed for their losses.. and blame all illegals....for their stupidity....

what is trump going to do about Identity theft?


Northern239

Mar 1 @ 10:26AM  
ASM you are truly an idiot. You are like a 7 year old who wants mommy to fix everything for her. Grow up you poor excuse for a man. Learn to do a few things for yourself and don't look to our president to hold your hand, every time you need to cross the street.

Your analogy about illegal maids stealing jewelry is just plain stupid. Again I state publically that you are an idiot.

Both you and Kentuck are fine examples of the liberal left.
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 10:31AM  
as usual....northern has nothing but personal attacks to fall back on...


it's obvious he has no skills in political debates... and just thibnnks he can get by on his good looks and verbal skills to attack....


you are inconsequential... and not only that.. you are wrong about me....




my true political leaning is anarchism in the purest form.... where everyone does what is right and it's like a garden of eden where everyone is happy..contented..and good....

and there are no "bad hombres" like trump.....building themselves up at the expense of anyone else....

drcocktail

Mar 1 @ 10:47AM  
Chris Wallace....... 'Like it or not, this was the night he became President of the United States' .......I like that assessment. Irrespective of party or politics I thought the speech was very presidential.

In light of his speech I expect Trump successfully shifted the onus on the democrats. The perception of the democrats sitting on their hands, the women in white, and the reluctance of the left to react to an obviously heart rendering moment during the applause for Navy Seal Owen and his wife, reflected very negatively on the left. The image was that of more childlike behavior, more indifference, and more partisan politics. The media is at a loss for words to spin what was obviously a home run for President Trump.
a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 10:52AM  
all show.....with no substance...


some are so easily entertained by trump's acting abilities...



I will concede that he back peddled from his usual state.,... and wanted to act presidential....

but he is still trump... a raccoon cannot change his stripes......

only camouflage them with hair pieces and makeup....

underneath it all....it's still trump.....
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 10:52AM  
AMERICA FIRST
AMERICA FIRST
A M E R I C A FIRST

What a relief to be rid of a guy who spent his entire 8 years BASHING America, trying to WEAKEN America, trying to IMPOVERISH America and APOLOGIZING for America and to have a president who actually LOVES our country and is making us STRONGER and more PROSPEROUS.

a_simple_man

Mar 1 @ 10:55AM  
^^^^^ you left out...

"GO WOLVERINES"


Northern239

Mar 1 @ 10:56AM  
What Trump succeeded in doing in his speech was to offer the American people something that they have not had in a very long time....hope. Hope that a president can actually accomplish what he promised that he would do.

He particularly impressed me as a very good steward of our economy. I am beginning to feel more and more that we have the right guy for the times that we are in.

And as always he promoted his "America first" agenda...works for me. In his speech he appealed to his base and I suspect won over a few independents and soft Dems. Watch his approval ratings now.
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 11:04AM  
He's got his work cut out for him. Obama spent 8 years trying to destroy the country. And he made a pretty impressive attempt. And since the election he set up all kinds of booby traps to sabotage President Trump. What a despicable person Obama is.

But if anyone can undo the damage Obama did, President Trump would be the one. He is a bulldozer and a dynamo.
NotBetty

Mar 1 @ 11:06AM  
Good job for the most part! He did stumble over some of the big words.
Nice to see that he is becoming a politician.


Maybe just maybe he is starting to listen to his handlers.

Priceless cut to Melania's face... Best part of the speech for me!
roberto77b

Mar 1 @ 11:08AM  
Hmmm, anarchism? I'm sure that model is stuffed to capacity with lovely historical examples for our enlightenment. ) NOT!
NotBetty

Mar 1 @ 11:23AM  
Ya think Bobert?
drcocktail

Mar 1 @ 11:35AM  
A very dark contrast between the two presidents. Obama, ever apologizing to the rest of the world, always pointing out what he perceived to be our weakness. And President Trump pointing to our strengths and our potential to excel. Obama was and continues to be a danger for America. Obama, at every moment in his presidency, was bent on making America pay for his perceived sins of our past. The man never looked forward for this nation, and his legacy will be that of a President with no vision for the future and a man intent on dismantling and dividing our country.
Northern239

Mar 1 @ 12:04PM  
Stock market up 260 points across the board. Traders (Forex) and investors love the direction that this new president is taking the economy.

Now if Trump can just somehow force the Chinese into stopping their currency manipulation and do something with the one way international tariffs then inflation in the U.S. will slow down.

Get that Mr. VerySimpleMan? Can you see the big picture here or are you blinded by your partisan politics?
Northern239

Mar 1 @ 12:06PM  
P.S. up 260 points since this morning.
eastham

Mar 1 @ 12:24PM  
my point is simple.... I have no time for BS.... I want specifics

And so apparently do Congressional Republicans. There is apparently no consensus between House Republicans at least on health care. Trump hinted at his support for tax credits and following the speech, members of the Freedom Caucus hit back saying...."well he didn't say refundable tax credits."

Today, the federal government is down 600 Schedule C appointees. The President would like you to think he's saving everyone money by not making these appointments, but in the end, he's handcuffing his own cabinet secretaries, by not letting him put teams in place and he's hurting himself by listening to too few voices.
texasgirl8585

Mar 1 @ 12:52PM  
DR said:

Another great part of the speech was his policy of merit based immigration. We need to stop importing poverty and welfare cases that eat up the funds we need for our own needy people like homeless and injured veterans and truly disabled people. We need to only allow skilled people into the country who will be self supporting and contribute to the country instead of just taking from it. We need to go back to a system of only allowing people in who have the skills that America needs and that can pay their own way.

Brilliant!

These were my thoughts exactly as I watched the speech. Only DR put it much better than I could have.

ASM... what do you think this is a transcript service?

Why don't you watch the damn speech yourself and stop trying to make someone else do your work for you.

It's obvious he didn't watch it.

The answer to paying for things is to have a booming economy. And the way to have a booming economy is the get the government the hell out of the way of the private sector economy.

Trump is slashing taxes and regulations. That's exactly how you accomplish it.

You want specifics? That's the specifics.



What a relief to be rid of a guy who spent his entire 8 years BASHING America, trying to WEAKEN America, trying to IMPOVERISH America and APOLOGIZING for America and to have a president who actually LOVES our country and is making us STRONGER and more PROSPEROUS.



He's got his work cut out for him. Obama spent 8 years trying to destroy the country. And he made a pretty impressive attempt. And since the election he set up all kinds of booby traps to sabotage President Trump. What a despicable person Obama is.

But if anyone can undo the damage Obama did, President Trump would be the one. He is a bulldozer and a dynamo.



texasgirl8585

Mar 1 @ 1:01PM  
Other excellent quotes:

Willy3411:

ASM Blind to reality.

xquseme:

Yes, it WAS an excellent speech.

For those who are Trump detractors, the President stated clearly why he planned to
implement his ideas. It pretty much boils down to America FIRST.

For those who consider Mr. Trump and his plans to be xenophobic, the President is
planning to bar ILLEGAL immigrants from entering the country--not ALL immigrants.
There is a LEGAL method to enter the United States, remember, but millions of unauthorized
aliens have entered this country for many years, intentionally skirting the law.

I'm not all that happy about the President's bedside manner (that is, his less than genial
social skills), but his economic observations and his approach to political challenges
are spot on!

(No, I wasn't even attempting to be specific; the Youtube link provided by a previous
poster should be quite sufficient!)

Northern239:
ASM you are truly an idiot. You are like a 7 year old who wants mommy to fix everything for her. Grow up you poor excuse for a man. Learn to do a few things for yourself and don't look to our president to hold your hand, every time you need to cross the street.

Both you and Kentuck are fine examples of the liberal left.

drcocktail:

Chris Wallace....... 'Like it or not, this was the night he became President of the United States' .......I like that assessment. Irrespective of party or politics I thought the speech was very presidential.

In light of his speech I expect Trump successfully shifted the onus on the democrats. The perception of the democrats sitting on their hands, the women in white, and the reluctance of the left to react to an obviously heart rendering moment during the applause for Navy Seal Owen and his wife, reflected very negatively on the left. The image was that of more childlike behavior, more indifference, and more partisan politics. The media is at a loss for words to spin what was obviously a home run for President Trump.

northern239:
Stock market up 260 points across the board. Traders (Forex) and investors love the direction that this new president is taking the economy.

Now if Trump can just somehow force the Chinese into stopping their currency manipulation and do something with the one way international tariffs then inflation in the U.S. will slow down.

Get that Mr. VerySimpleMan? Can you see the big picture here or are you blinded by your partisan politics?
Dracula__VwV_

Mar 1 @ 1:05PM  
It looks to be that conservatives speak facts and therefore have a mature adult conversation about those facts.

It looks to me that libs want to cause strife and debate like whimpering children that hasn't the neurological skills to keep a conversation going in a forthright positive direction and just want confusion and distention.
znselenide

Mar 1 @ 1:50PM  
and just thibnnks he can get by on his good looks and verbal skills to attack....

thibnnks??

Kinda looks like Northern239, struck a nerve there Mr. Simpleton, I mean, if tripping over your own words is any indication!!


znselenide

Mar 1 @ 2:03PM  
It looks to me that libs want to cause strife and debate like whimpering children that hasn't the neurological skills to keep a conversation going in a forthright positive direction and just want confusion and distention.

Of course... that's the Progressive/Socialist/Democrat (Liberal) way... isn't it?? And they say they want what's good for America, a better life, yadda, yadda, yadda, Ad nauseam. Ohhh... you forgot obstructionism too!!


znselenide

Mar 1 @ 2:07PM  
Almost forgot... it was an EXCELLENT Speech!!!!


Northern239

Mar 1 @ 2:19PM  
This just in from CNN, a left leaning democrat propaganda tabloid news outlet. Their poll says that 69% of all viewers watching last night felt more optimistic after listening to Trump's speech.

If CNN put it at 69% it probably was more like 79%.
NotBetty

Mar 1 @ 6:08PM  
Trump: I don't watch 'fake news' CNN
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 10:14PM  
eastham

Mar 1 @ 11:11PM  
^^^^^^
It looks to be that conservatives speak facts and therefore have a mature adult conversation about those facts.

The all important, at least for the President, ratings numbers are in. 47.7 million Americans watched the president's speech last night. That compares to 52.4 million who watched Obama's first speech.and 48 million who watched Obama's first State of the Union. Bill Clinton wins the ratings wars with 67 million viewers.
DiamondRain

Mar 1 @ 11:20PM  
Cough! You forgot to mention that about 50% of the media outlets that carried Obama's speeches somehow managed not to carry President Trump's speech.

Really gotta love these lefties. Prevent President Trump from being heard or seen by liberal media censoring and then site figures to show how few people watch him.

What a bunch of fakes, phonies and frauds.

But you will be happy about this. Jeff Sessions is probably going to resign over some breaking news you will shortly hear about ... unlike Obama's sleazy Attorney Generals who broke all kinds of laws and committed all kinds of ethical breaches and stayed on.
drcocktail

Mar 2 @ 1:19AM  
That's a bit premature on Sessions DR. Both meetings were in an official capacity as a senator. BUT no doubt Frankenstein, Pelosi and Schumer will cry for his resignation. I think we'll hold the line on this one. All they really want is a recusal and they make get that. We have to expect this in the aftermath of that speech. More smoke.
a_simple_man

Mar 2 @ 10:06AM  
I see that the right is doing what they do best...making something out of nothing...
meanwhile some food for thought....

[QUOTE]The ridiculous gushing over Trump's speech By Frida Ghitis
Updated 6:24 PM ET, Wed March 1, 2017

Frida Ghitis is a world affairs columnist for The Miami Herald and World Politics Review, and a former CNN producer and correspondent. The views expressed in this commentary are her own.

(CNN)Watching reaction to President Donald Trump's speech to Congress on Tuesday night, the phrase that kept coming to mind was one made popular by former President George W. Bush, "the soft bigotry of low expectations."
Bush was bemoaning our habit of accepting underachievement when we expect as much from certain groups or people. But it's not a stretch to say that those who praised Trump for his speech didn't do it because he did a good job, but because we have come to fear -- to expect -- a horror show when we hear from this President.
And so a day after Trump's Tuesday speech to Congress, it seems pundits everywhere are proclaiming that he had suddenly become "presidential."

Hardly.
If anything, he barely, just barely, cleared an incredibly low bar.

In fact, if any other president had given the same speech -- filled, as it was, with inaccuracies, false claims, and statements directly contradicting what he said only hours earlier -- the performance would have been lambasted from every corner.
There were, to be sure, very moving moments during the President's address. And there is no denying that Trump kept the level of his accustomed outrageous pronouncements to a surprising minimum. That is the faintest of compliments.
The lengthy applause in tribute to Navy Seal William "Ryan" Owens -- killed during a raid in Yemen last month -- and to his distraught, tearful widow, Carryn Owens, was a wrenching, heartfelt homage to a fallen hero. It was not, let's be clear, in any way praise for the President. I find it mind-boggling that CNN's Van Jones declared that at that moment Trump "became President of the United States."
It is grotesque to claim that the moment reflected Trump's triumph. His administration has done nothing but exploit Owens' death, in order to cover up the disastrous raid. Ryan's father, Bill Owens, blames the President for what he called a "stupid mission." The elder Owens has admonished Trump, "Don't hide behind my son's death." But that is exactly what the White House has been doing from the very beginning, and Trump cynically did it again during his speech.

Even more shamefully, in a Fox News interview Monday, the President pinned the death on his generals. "They wanted to do (the raid)" he told Fox News. "And they lost Ryan."

With this President, the buck stops somewhere else, unless there's something for which to take credit. Then it's all him, as when he listed the companies he falsely claims have decided to invest in the United States and increase hiring, supposedly thanks to his efforts. Most of those business decisions were made before the election. Still, large companies are happy to hear Trump praise them, so everyone wins, except the truth.
It was good to hear Trump start his remarks with a condemnation of the rash of bomb threats against Jewish community centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, as well as the shooting in Kansas City. It is, indeed, presidential to say, as Trump did, "We are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms."

It is so presidential, it is so basic, that it should be unremarkable that he said it. But it is remarkable, because Trump has equivocated on the issue repeatedly. In fact, only hours before the speech, at a White House meeting with state attorneys general, Trump reportedly -- bafflingly -- appeared to suggest that the attacks might have been carried out "to make others look bad," according to one of the AGs in attendance, and that in terms of the threats, "the reverse can be true."

Indeed, if Trump genuinely condemns hatred, his plan to create an agency dedicated to highlighting crimes committed by undocumented immigrants is the most vile prescription imaginable for stoking prejudice and hatred. The "Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement Office," with the snappy acronym VOICE, is populist crowd-riling at its worst. It will likely lead to more hate crimes and vigilantism.

No wonder there was an audible gasp in the audience when he announced it. Research shows that in fact undocumented immigrants commit crimes at lower rates than the rest of the population.

What was utterly un-presidential in the speech is something that should never become acceptable, even though it is now routine in the Trump era: misstatements, manipulations of the truth, and downright falsehoods uttered by the President of the United States. For this he receives praise?

The most absurd statistic he cited was the 94 million people out of the labor force, a rhetorical sleight-of-hand that suggests a catastrophically-high unemployment rate. That number includes 44 million retirees, 13 million students, and millions more who have no interest in getting a job. The real unemployment rate stands at just 4.8 percent, a historically low figure delivered by Trump's predecessor, President Barack Obama.
Trump spoke of the scourge of "wide open" borders, "for anyone to cross -- and for drugs to pour in at a now unprecedented rate." But the fact is that illegal immigration across the border with Mexico has been declining, and is now at the lowest levels since 1972.
And when he boasted of imposing an excellent-sounding lifetime ban on lobbying for foreign governments, he failed to mention that ban applies only to lobbying an employee's own agency, and may in fact be weaker than restrictions imposed by the Bush and Obama administrations.
Trump reassured allies of America's commitments, which he should have done as a candidate and reiterated at every chance. That was another moment, like his condemnation of hate crimes, made remarkable only by Trump's previous equivocation on the subject -- he has at times said the exact opposite. Trump then claimed that increased NATO members' contributions are the result of his tough talk, a highly debatable point.

His reassurances to allies, while welcome, came coated in a troubling pronouncement that sounded deceptively innocuous. "America respects the right of all nations to chart their own path," he said. Those were soothing wo
a_simple_man

Mar 2 @ 10:07AM  


.......His reassurances to allies, while welcome, came coated in a troubling pronouncement that sounded deceptively innocuous. "America respects the right of all nations to chart their own path," he said. Those were soothing words for Russia's neighbors, worried about Moscow's aggressive expansionism. But Trump immediately added, "My job is not to represent the world," which must have sent a cold chill through Ukraine and America's Baltic allies.
Yes, Trump delivered his speech calmly, like a "normal" president. And his words were less outrageous than in the past. That is progress.

The high marks he received are more a sign that the country desperately yearns to have a good president, than evidence that Trump's speech was genuinely worthy of praise.[/quote]
eastham

Mar 2 @ 12:07PM  
Their poll says that 69% of all viewers watching last night felt more optimistic after listening to Trump's speech.

The poll was a poll of individuals who watched the speech. Many Democrats did not. Therefore, the numbers are more skewed than a typical poll.

That said, there is an enormous gulf between what many Republican Members of Congress want or believe and what the President wants. On both sides of Capitol Hill, Republicans have indicated the President's budget it dead on arrival. That is one thing for a Republican Congress to say to a Democratic President. It is quite another for the Republicans in Congress to be so outspoken about a budget of a freshman President from their own party.

On the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue, the White House has done little but drop shade on Republican initiatives. In the first days of the Congress, when Congressional Republicans (not their leadership) tried to force through a resolution to dismantle the House Ethics Office, they were shot down after a series of tweets from Trump. Trump has done little to allay their concerns he does not really want to get rid of Obamacare and they don't like the fact Trump promised not to touched Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security during the campaign. AARP and other groups have been running scores of commercials featuring Trump's stump speech vowing to protect Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.

drcocktail

Mar 2 @ 5:55PM  
Rush Limbaugh summed it up nicely. One must resign themselves to a daily bombardment of nonsense and irrational protests from the ever receding left. Most of it I find gratifying and amusing. Yes, maybe some of this will stick, a minor concession here and there, but the major decisions will be made on the basis of rational thought, conservative thinkers. As much fun as it is to push their buttons, it's much more satisfying to sit and watch from the stands.
eastham

Mar 2 @ 6:08PM  
The bar was set exceedingly low. Now we know he can read off a teleprompter.
DiamondRain

Mar 2 @ 7:03PM  
Once again Limbaugh says it best.
KathyPa1951

Mar 3 @ 2:38AM  
First for those that don't know I am a registered Democrat. I thought Trumps speech was excellent!!! He was standing up for Americans first and foremost. What more could you ask for. He wants us to become strong once again! He honors Americans. He supports and honors are police and military. He believes in a good education for all. He is not afraid of those who do not want us to mention God. He was fearless!! God Bless him we need more like him to fight for those silent ones who voted for him those that don't riot in the streets or wear their private parts as a costume.

As for those wearing white and sitting in protest? They didn't even know what he was going to say in his speech and yet there they were wearing white!! White is a sign of purity and not one of them has the right to wear white none of them are pure. Sitting like toads in front of Americans and the world to see is just plain shameful to every American. We are One Nation Under God. A house divided will fall and they will be the blame. They have forgotten what America once stood for! or they have a different agenda and it has nothing to do with the rights of every American citizen. Jesus should have been there to whip them like he did those in the temple who were not doing what was right in the eyes of God. Again we are One Nation Under God.
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