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  1. If these republican electorate is getting older, why do they keep voting for people who want to deny seniors their social security benefits? Every time someone says “party of Reagan” all I can think of is his brilliant “trickle down” theory that has wiped out our middle class and made the poor destitute.

  2. Not a single Republican politician will ever say “Let’s raise taxes on the top 10% of the country and lower taxes on the bottom 50% of the country to fund Social Security, Medicare and strengthen the Health Care and given everything the Republican Party has said and done for over 40 years, and yet millions of Americans on these very programs still keep electing Republicans into office anyway for some reason!

    1. @6 H because some of these subsidies help convicts and mentally challenged people get jobs. It also helps college students via internships. There’s benefits for everyone in certain subsidies.

    2. @Middle Guy Point taken, and I’m sure you’re right. The things I’m referring to, for one example, which I can remember from about 10 or 12 years ago, which was widely publicized at the time, was the case of General Electric, which had a yearly profit of around 14 billion, yet paid not 1 penny of corporate income tax, due to deductions and loopholes. IMO, this shouldn’t happen.

    3. @johnny nephrite yep, good old bill, whose everyone should be able to buy a home policy, directly lead to the housing and economic collapse of 2008. i remember bill….lol

  3. “I’ve known Jeffrey Epstein 15 years. Terrific guy. Jeffreys a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that Jeffrey loves beautiful girls as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.” Donald tRump Quote to The New Yorker Magazine in 2002

    1. “showers w/ my dad (probably not appropriate)”

      From Ashley Biden’s diary, ad authenticated by the FBI and New York Times.

    2. How many Democrat politicians were caught on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane going to Jeffrey Epstein Island 🤣 my God you really are that naive

  4. “Why would Vladimir Putin buy the whole cow 🐮when he can get all the milk he needs for free from Donald tRump?” Lt. Colonel Vindman

    1. I invite you to do a bit of research and learn that Vindman was not only biased, but is now swimming in credibility issues.

  5. Because he’s trying to polish his image and distance himself from his old boss. STOP GIVING HIM A PLATFORM TO DO SO

  6. This is so funny! The Republicans want Trump to go away, they just don’t have the guts to tell him and his voters. LMAO

    1. @Just Relax I would like to see your data, and then we can look at some research terms and statistics.

    2. @Just Relax Very easy to find — you claim, and this is now the second time you have appeared empty handed. The last word is yours.

  7. I can’t believe I’m saying this but I agree with Mick mulvaney the January 6th committee needs to move towards criminal charge recommendations and referrals to the department of Justice for Donald J trump.

    1. The DOJ should’ve done that already. They should’ve got all this information before the J6 committee was even convened.

  8. This guy is the same as Lyndsay Graham, he’ll change his tune next week, and even deny he said these words today.

    1. Tariffs on Chinese agricultural, auto, and AI development products.
      It’s a strategy that curtails American companies from making products in China and selling it back to the masses at exorbitant cost.

    2. @John Eustrom That was a position that achieved little – and it must be pointed out that Trump ensured that all the Trump lines of branded tat were excluded from that tariff war, ensuring that his family could continue grifting while ordinary Americans were affected. That point seems to get conveniently ignored whenever Trump’s short tariff war is brought up.

  9. what the Republicans need are good lawyers that can give them good advice and keep them out of prison.

  10. After researching the history of great assets such as real estate, dividend-paying stocks, gold, oil, and other commodities, Ive come to the conclusion that most excellent assets never come down to the price you want to acquire them at. Simply get the ones you can afford right now.

    1. Seeing alot of success stories, she must be honest and trustworthy for people to talk this good about her.

  11. Let’s face reality: there is no Republican Party anymore. There is a Democratic Party and a Trump Party.

  12. The one thing I know is that Republicans have been overestimating his popularity this whole time after clear signs of doing something immature

  13. In April 2018, Mulvaney told a room of banking industry executives and lobbyists that as a Congressman he refused to take meetings with lobbyists unless they contributed to his congressional campaigns.

    1. Ok. no kidding. Lets pretend that Mulvaney was a smart loyal Trumper. What did you expect from a man, that expected all his crimes pardonned by his sponsor. Mulvaney is very smart, but dont ever expect him to obey the law, or not to throw Trump under the bus, if it serves his own purpose.

    1. “Trump reportedly wanted to fire Mulvaney on multiple occasions during his 14-month tenure, and according to CNN, grew especially displeased with the former acting chief of staff after Mulvaney admitted that Trump attempted to pressure Ukraine into investigating his political rivals.

      Mulvaney later tried to retract this admission, saying, “I have news for everybody: Get over it. There’s going to be political influence in foreign policy,” but the damage had already been done — albeit not to a devastating enough degree for Republicans in the Senate to vote for the president’s removal following his impeachment.

      Despite the president’s reported dissatisfaction with how Mulvaney handled the Ukraine scandal in general, close aides urged the president to refrain from dismissing his now-former chief of staff to avoid causing unnecessary turmoil during his Senate impeachment trial, according to CNN.”

    1. Exactly. The correct translation of “defense of the middle class,” is “grift of the middle class.”

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