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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681296 01/20/21
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History will judge him.

DJT isn't a politician, as politics is all about compromise and there is no compromise in DJT.

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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681301 01/20/21
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Hillary will never be president

Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: 260Remguy] #15681313 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by 260Remguy
History will judge him.

DJT isn't a politician, as politics is all about compromise and there is no compromise in DJT.




The "winners" will write history for a while.

Doesn't mean it's true.


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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681334 01/20/21
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Nope, not at all. I know the past four years have been the best in my life financially and in other areas also. We are way better off.
I really hate to go back to disastrous Obama era policies.
A couple of friends of mine have a paint business and were booked until June. Now they’ve lost five jobs in the last two weeks. Gas here is $2:40 and climbing. The wife and I were planning to buy a UTV but decided to hold off to see what shakes out. Hoping for the best but preparing for the worst.

Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681406 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
Simple question.

Our only chance was for Trump to literally drain the swamp, i.e., he needed to set up a special agency whose only purpose was to weed out the enemies domestic that had wormed their way into the permanent government, charge, try, and execute many, sentencing many more to long prison terms for treason. I saw early on that this was not in the works, so my expectations as far as his administration being a solution to what was destroying our nation, dropped dramatically quite soon after he took office. I quickly started viewing him as a mere short respite from the inevitable overt Marxist takeover and downfall of the United States. My hope was that we'd get an eight year respite, but sadly it only lasted four.


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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681409 01/20/21
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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681416 01/20/21
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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681420 01/20/21
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America failed Trump..


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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: burrinho] #15681441 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by burrinho
His response, or lack of one, to COVID was a failure. That will overshadow everything else, except January 6th. In twenty years no one will admit they voted for him.


Actually, I thanked Donald Trump for my Covid vaccine.


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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: burrinho] #15681444 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by burrinho
His response, or lack of one, to COVID was a failure. That will overshadow everything else, except January 6th. In twenty years no one will admit they voted for him.



Thats where you'll be wrong.

1- It wasn't Trump's response that was the issue. It was the Democrat antagonism to anything Trump with the willing participation of the MSM that was the issue. Literally a political opposition to anything Trump did or said. In the end, he promised to have a vaccine out and being delivered by Christmas. Your people said it couldn't be done. I've had mine. Most incredible and speedy accomplishment since the Manhattan Project.

2.-Trump will be remembered like FDR. My whole life voters in those elections either loved FDR are HATED him. No in between.

Biden will do whatever he can to erase Trumps legacy. That's the spoils system. Trump damn sure put a hurt on Obama's legacy. The Media will pile on with glee. In the end. They can't erase economic accomplishments, world security, energy independence and the inroads he made with Black and Hispanic voters.


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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681456 01/20/21
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He was very successful in delaying the decay by 4 years. Now he's gone and the putrification will accelerate and continue.


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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681470 01/20/21
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He was a failure since conception, has been and always will be.

In the years to come, his supporters will dwindle as his legacy of death and destruction of America and it's people begins to show itself and the truth behind it.

Supporters of Mr. Trump will rue the day he breathed as President of this country.

God Bless you all, for you will need it, as your hatred for your fellow Americans, and fellow man, who dared to think differently from you, to believe differently than you, to pray differently than you, to breath differently than you, takes you to the place where you belong, Hades for eternity.

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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: The_Real_Hawkeye] #15681481 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by The_Real_Hawkeye
Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
Simple question.

Our only chance was for Trump to literally drain the swamp, i.e., he needed to set up a special agency whose only purpose was to weed out the enemies domestic that had wormed their way into the permanent government, charge, try, and execute many, sentencing many more to long prison terms for treason. I saw early on that this was not in the works, so my expectations as far as his administration being a solution to what was destroying our nation, dropped dramatically quite soon after he took office. I quickly started viewing him as a mere short respite from the inevitable overt Marxist takeover and downfall of the United States. My hope was that we'd get an eight year respite, but sadly it only lasted four.


I was a big Trump supporter during the campaign even though I knew it was going to be very unlikely that he did all he said he would do. I liked the fact that he was at least saying what needed to be said. I'm disappointed that he wasn't able to do more. But the big concern is seeing exactly how bad the situation is. Trump caused the deep state to reveal themselves and the extent of their influence. It's also quite concerning that the deep state has targeted the right to the extent it has.

Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Benedict] #15681487 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by Benedict
He was a failure since conception, has been and always will be.

Yet he was very successful compared to Obama and did put America first. By the way your name is fitting.


In the years to come, his supporters will dwindle as his legacy of death and destruction of America and it's people begins to show itself and the truth behind it.

What legacy of death and destruction? Are you a Chinese sock puppet?


Supporters of Mr. Trump will rue the day he breathed as President of this country.

Why do you say that? Compared to what that idiot Biden has planned Trump will be remembered as a hero to our country. And by the way leftard he isn't gone yet.


God Bless you all, for you will need it, as your hatred for your fellow Americans, and fellow man, who dared to think differently from you, to believe differently than you, to pray differently than you, to breath differently than you, takes you to the place where you belong, Hades for eternity.


Hatred for traitors and leftist scum who are most certainly headed for hell.

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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: burrinho] #15681490 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by burrinho
In twenty years no one will admit they voted for him.


Not so. The first time I voted for him merely because he was not Hillary. That reasoning didn't set well around here. However, in 20 years, he will still not be Hillary. Nothing in my story needs to change. The second time I voted for him I did so 'cause I think he did a damned good job, better than I thought he could do, better than I thought anyone would do, and I thought ... forget what Trump deserves, I thought WE, as a nation, deserve four more years of his successes. Nothing there needs to change ... ever. I don't apologize for being right.

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Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681494 01/20/21
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Douchebag alert! Why do they even bother here? Good news is that they're probably now emboldened to say that to someone's face. TFF

Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Bristoe] #15681495 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by Bristoe
Originally Posted by The_Real_Hawkeye
Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
Simple question.

Our only chance was for Trump to literally drain the swamp, i.e., he needed to set up a special agency whose only purpose was to weed out the enemies domestic that had wormed their way into the permanent government, charge, try, and execute many, sentencing many more to long prison terms for treason. I saw early on that this was not in the works, so my expectations as far as his administration being a solution to what was destroying our nation, dropped dramatically quite soon after he took office. I quickly started viewing him as a mere short respite from the inevitable overt Marxist takeover and downfall of the United States. My hope was that we'd get an eight year respite, but sadly it only lasted four.


I was a big Trump supporter during the campaign even though I knew it was going to be very unlikely that he did all he said he would do. I liked the fact that he was at least saying what needed to be said. I'm disappointed that he wasn't able to do more. But the big concern is seeing exactly how bad the situation is. Trump caused the deep state to reveal themselves and the extent of their influence. It's also quite concerning that the deep state has targeted the right to the extent it has.


Concerning is putting it mildly. We will be forced to target the deep state now. We should be protesting on all of their doorsteps right now. That includes swamp jackals like McConnell.

Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681499 01/20/21
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the interesting thing is so many can readily spout off things trump did. this will put pressure on biden. As soon as they hiccup everyone will say see, trump didn't screw up like that. Trump's legacy will grow not decline. I can't think of any president who has supporters that so easily can remember what he accomplished. Did trump fail? heavens no, he exposed corruption and fakers at every level up till the very bitter end. We know who they are now.

Re: Was Trump a Failure? [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #15681514 01/20/21
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No.


But if you listen to others on here......

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When he quit he lost America for all of us, for our kids and grandkids, for all time, forever. All because he quit fighting while he still had resources (and 80 million supporters) to fight with


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