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Will Trump Fire Rosenstein? It May Not Matter.

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Something very fishy happened last week. On Friday, we were treated to almost hourly rumors that President Donald Trump 's firing of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was imminent.

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Rev Cash Dollar

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Apr 15, 2018
Guildenstern would just step in.
DR X

Greenfield, IN

#2 Apr 15, 2018
Trump said "if you vote for Hillary Clinton, you will have a president under constant investigation by the FBI".

He was right.

I voted for Hillary Clinton, and the president is under constant investigation by the FBI.

“So it's not you, It's them?”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#3 Apr 15, 2018
With all of Generalissimo Trumpo's many

legal / personal distractions, how could

he possibly be doing his job as POTUS,

worth a dayum. Oh yeah! He's so not!

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#4 Apr 16, 2018
Chilli J wrote:
With all of Generalissimo Trumpo's many

legal / personal distractions, how could

he possibly be doing his job as POTUS,

worth a dayum. Oh yeah! He's so not!
Us unemployment is at record lows for blacks and Hispanics.
Female unemployment is at its lowest level since Clinton was President.
Our taxes are lower.
A U.S.-led coalition just destroyed Syrian chemical weapons that Obama's SecState claimed no longer existed.
More U.S.-friendly trade terms are being negotiated with China, Canada, Mexico, and per nations.

And this is all being done while the Democrats in Congress continue to deny Trump the staff he needs to do even more.

“So it's not you, It's them?”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#5 Apr 16, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
Us unemployment is at record lows for blacks and Hispanics.
Female unemployment is at its lowest level since Clinton was President.
Our taxes are lower.
A U.S.-led coalition just destroyed Syrian chemical weapons that Obama's SecState claimed no longer existed.
More U.S.-friendly trade terms are being negotiated with China, Canada, Mexico, and per nations.

And this is all being done while the Democrats in Congress continue to deny Trump the staff he needs to do even more.
Unemployment has continued to trend downward,

as it was during 44's Administration. Thanks for

admitting that. Even though 45 bailed on TPP, etc.
Retribution

Hockessin, DE

#6 Apr 16, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
Us unemployment is at record lows for blacks and Hispanics.
Female unemployment is at its lowest level since Clinton was President.
Our taxes are lower.
A U.S.-led coalition just destroyed Syrian chemical weapons that Obama's SecState claimed no longer existed.
More U.S.-friendly trade terms are being negotiated with China, Canada, Mexico, and per nations.

And this is all being done while the Democrats in Congress continue to deny Trump the staff he needs to do even more.
Wait, the unemployment rate came down .04% to 4.1% since January 2017, or since Obama's retirement a trickle of the job growth during Obama's presidency.

"More U.S.-friendly trade terms are being negotiated with China, Canada, Mexico, and per nations."

Really, so what might happen.

What's any of those things done on improving the US economy in any real noticeable difference
Retribution

Hockessin, DE

#7 Apr 16, 2018
Chilli J wrote:
<quoted text>

Unemployment has continued to trend downward,

as it was during 44's Administration. Thanks for

admitting that. Even though 45 bailed on TPP, etc.
100,300 jobs is stagnant compared to Obama's job creation record of averaging 200,000 per month for 76 consecutive months

The tax cuts so says Trump was supposed to improve on Obama's job creation numbers and produce economic growth of 4% and more

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#9 Apr 17, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
Us unemployment is at record lows for blacks and Hispanics.
Female unemployment is at its lowest level since Clinton was President.
Our taxes are lower.
A U.S.-led coalition just destroyed Syrian chemical weapons that Obama's SecState claimed no longer existed.
More U.S.-friendly trade terms are being negotiated with China, Canada, Mexico, and per nations.

And this is all being done while the Democrats in Congress continue to deny Trump the staff he needs to do even more.
All the indicators of a good economy continue the trend begun in 2008 by President Obama. If there is job growth, it is despite Trump, not because of him.

The rest of your post belongs in the outgoing file.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#10 Apr 17, 2018
Rev Cash Dollar wrote:
Guildenstern would just step in.
That's RosenKRANTZ! But you knew that.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#11 Apr 17, 2018
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>All the indicators of a good economy continue the trend begun in 2008 by President Obama. If there is job growth, it is despite Trump, not because of him.

The rest of your post belongs in the outgoing file.
So, you're saying at Trump is not nearly as bad as you thought he would be.
imagine how much better it could have been if the Democrats allowed him to staff his administration!

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#12 Apr 17, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
So, you're saying at Trump is not nearly as bad as you thought he would be.
imagine how much better it could have been if the Democrats allowed him to staff his administration!
You slightly misconstrue my comments. What I'm saying is that Donald trump is the most cretinous, most deranged, most crooked, most dangerous incompetent to ever disgrace the oval office.
I hope that makes my position a bit clearer.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#13 Apr 17, 2018
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>You slightly misconstrue my comments. What I'm saying is that Donald trump is the most cretinous, most deranged, most crooked, most dangerous incompetent to ever disgrace the oval office.
I hope that makes my position a bit clearer.
That may be so -- and I'm not saying it is -- but you must admit, domestically, times are good. And internationally, times are no worse than usual. No new wars started, at least, and it appears that better trade terms are being negotiated.

So, all in all, your gloomy prognostications were unwarranted. Can't you admit that at least?

Just imagine how much better things would be if the Democrats allowed Trump to staff his administration!

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#14 Apr 17, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
That may be so -- and I'm not saying it is -- but you must admit, domestically, times are good. And internationally, times are no worse than usual. No new wars started, at least, and it appears that better trade terms are being negotiated.

So, all in all, your gloomy prognostications were unwarranted. Can't you admit that at least?

Just imagine how much better things would be if the Democrats allowed Trump to staff his administration!
SirLoin, I must again take issue with your conclusions.

If domestically times are good, they are attributable to Obama's saving our economical ass.

Internationally, there is that little fracas with Russia, Trump's "ally", among other explosive issues.
One major difference internationally is that instead of being seen as a world leader, and a country with a conscience, we are seen as a laughing stock where a lunatic is running the asylum.

While Trump has not yet destroyed the world, his stupidity, his mental instability, his lack of conscience, and his overall incompetence could bring the curtain down at any moment.

Trump's "better" trade terms will be costing the consumer more.
Also, one reason Trump is having trouble staffing his administration, is that there aren't yet enough crooks to replace the ones who have left. And no decent person wants to work for the sonofabitch.

“So it's not you, It's them?”

Since: Jun 11

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#15 Apr 18, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
That may be so -- and I'm not saying it is -- but you must admit, domestically, times are good. And internationally, times are no worse than usual. No new wars started, at least, and it appears that better trade terms are being negotiated.

So, all in all, your gloomy prognostications were unwarranted. Can't you admit that at least?

Just imagine how much better things would be if the Democrats allowed Trump to staff his administration!
Nah! Quit lying and whining! The only one who's

prevented El Generalissimo Trumpo from "staffing

his Administration" is El Generalissimo Trumpo.

Trumpo's the half-wit who fired Chris Christie, his

Transition Head, justt before his 01/16 Inauguration.

.dumb, huh? Trumpo's also hired lousy staff and had

to fire more staff than any other Modern-day POTUS.

So "things" would be better if Trumpo wasn't an idiot!
Let Freedom Ring

Webster, NY

#16 Apr 18, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
That may be so -- and I'm not saying it is -- but you must admit, domestically, times are good. And internationally, times are no worse than usual. No new wars started, at least, and it appears that better trade terms are being negotiated.

So, all in all, your gloomy prognostications were unwarranted. Can't you admit that at least?

Just imagine how much better things would be if the Democrats allowed Trump to staff his administration!
Because he's made such good, solid choices so far? If Scott Pruitt is any indication of Trump's 'expertise' in choosing candidates for positions within the whitehouse,, I don't see how his choices are improving anything. Quite the opposite actually. Trump didn't drain any swamp, he merely dammed it up and expanded it ten-fold.
Let Freedom Ring

Webster, NY

#17 Apr 18, 2018
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>SirLoin, I must again take issue with your conclusions.

If domestically times are good, they are attributable to Obama's saving our economical ass.

Internationally, there is that little fracas with Russia, Trump's "ally", among other explosive issues.
One major difference internationally is that instead of being seen as a world leader, and a country with a conscience, we are seen as a laughing stock where a lunatic is running the asylum.

While Trump has not yet destroyed the world, his stupidity, his mental instability, his lack of conscience, and his overall incompetence could bring the curtain down at any moment.

Trump's "better" trade terms will be costing the consumer more.
Also, one reason Trump is having trouble staffing his administration, is that there aren't yet enough crooks to replace the ones who have left. And no decent person wants to work for the sonofabitch.
Yeah, it takes time to hand pick candidates whose sole purpose in life it is to dismantle the very agency they are hired to run.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#18 Apr 18, 2018
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>SirLoin, I must again take issue with your conclusions.

If domestically times are good, they are attributable to Obama's saving our economical ass.

Internationally, there is that little fracas with Russia, Trump's "ally", among other explosive issues.
One major difference internationally is that instead of being seen as a world leader, and a country with a conscience, we are seen as a laughing stock where a lunatic is running the asylum.

While Trump has not yet destroyed the world, his stupidity, his mental instability, his lack of conscience, and his overall incompetence could bring the curtain down at any moment.

Trump's "better" trade terms will be costing the consumer more.
Also, one reason Trump is having trouble staffing his administration, is that there aren't yet enough crooks to replace the ones who have left. And no decent person wants to work for the sonofabitch.
What fracas with Russia?
In the same sentence you claim that Russia is Trump's ally!

And, I see that you are so focussed on expecting Armageddon that you are unable to acknowledge it hasn't occurred.

You claim that Trump lacks a conscience and is not seen as a world leader. Yet, it was Trump who insisted that Assad's gassing of his own citizens is immoral and was able to quickly form a coalition of world leaders to damage Assad's illegal operations.

You are so confused you can't even form a logical thought.
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#19 Apr 18, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>

What fracas with Russia?
In the same sentence you claim that Russia is Trump's ally!

And, I see that you are so focussed on expecting Armageddon that you are unable to acknowledge it hasn't occurred.

You claim that Trump lacks a conscience and is not seen as a world leader. Yet, it was Trump who insisted that Assad's gassing of his own citizens is immoral and was able to quickly form a coalition of world leaders to damage Assad's illegal operations.

You are so confused you can't even form a logical thought.
If the Russians nuke us, it would be to show their support for Trump.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#20 Apr 18, 2018
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>

What fracas with Russia?
In the same sentence you claim that Russia is Trump's ally!

And, I see that you are so focussed on expecting Armageddon that you are unable to acknowledge it hasn't occurred.

You claim that Trump lacks a conscience and is not seen as a world leader. Yet, it was Trump who insisted that Assad's gassing of his own citizens is immoral and was able to quickly form a coalition of world leaders to damage Assad's illegal operations.

You are so confused you can't even form a logical thought.
Study tongue-in-cheek 101.

So gassing ones own citizens is immoral, eh? Very controversial.
Trump's motivation was to to misdirect attention from his multiple domestic troubles. It ain't working.

“So it's not you, It's them?”

Since: Jun 11

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#21 Apr 19, 2018
Retribution wrote:
<quoted text>

100,300 jobs is stagnant compared to Obama's job creation record of averaging 200,000 per month for 76 consecutive months

The tax cuts so says Trump was supposed to improve on Obama's job creation numbers and produce economic growth of 4% and more
Trump Cultists often don't know, or choose to ignore

the fact that if we're not adding ~200,000 new jobs a

month, our Unemployment percentage is increasing.

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