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RE: Presidential Leadership - 1/16/2018 7:36:56 PM   

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Oh.... At work... Yes. I thought you were talking about on the forums.
As for my employees. they know my sincerity and vision and dedication to the mission. No problem there (Gee, I sound Trumpian) :)

You claimed to be a leader for 20 years. I said I felt bad for your followers. You thought I meant here on the forums?!? Maybe you spend too much time in Spokane. You are having a tough time keeping up there, bub.

I have had a lot of respect for your opinions and have enjoyed debating with you over the years. I am not sure what prompted your personal attacks.
It is rather sad to see.

You don't know what prompted my personal attack?

First of all, I did cross the line there with the Spokane comment. For that, I do apologize.

However, I stand by my comment that you are having a tough time keeping up. I even spelled out the steps that point me to that conclusion.


What I support:

  • A Conservative interpretation of the US Constitution
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Help for the truly needy
  • Limited Government
  • Consumption Tax (non-profit charities and food exempt)

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RE: Presidential Leadership - 1/16/2018 8:48:26 PM   

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Democrat Patty Schachtner won a special election for a state Senate seat in Wisconsin Tuesday, scoring a huge upset victory for her party in a district that President Donald Trump handily captured just over a year ago.
It was the latest in a string of election victories for Democrats since Trump took office, and a sign of hope for the party that the energy from the base and frustration with the president could lead to more wins in November.
The Associated Press reported that with nearly all returns in, Schachtner, the the chief medical examiner for St. Croix County, was winning by more than 1,600 votes.
Republican Sheila Harsdorf held the seat since 2001, but she left in November to become Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) agriculture secretary. In 2016, Harsdorf won reelection by 26 percentage points, and Trump beat Hillary Clinton by 17 points. Republican Mitt Romney also won the district in 2012.

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RE: Presidential Leadership - 1/16/2018 8:55:49 PM   

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heh I read that from another source just now....

there are 34 districts that have flipped from red to blue since Trump’s inauguration.
And he isnt even at year one....


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RE: Presidential Leadership - 1/16/2018 9:16:52 PM   

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"Trump... is a massive fraud, the evil sum of his deficiencies, devoid of everything but the hollow ideology of a megalomaniac."
-Philip Roth's accurate assessment of Trump.

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