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    You must have missed the memo. If the polls are negative, then it's fake news.

    How many trump supporters will dismiss this as fake news? Do they have alternative polls that they rely on?
    Won't you listen to reason .... Will you open your eyes

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    Now that Scott Pruitt is confirmed as EPA administrator we can rename that agency the "oil lobby" and assume that everything they do is one way or another a boost for that industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celeste View Post
    Fake news. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by missy View Post
    You must have missed the memo. If the polls are negative, then it's fake news.

    How many trump supporters will dismiss this as fake news? Do they have alternative polls that they rely on?
    The ones they relied on during the campaign which showed Trump winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celeste View Post
    Now that Scott Pruitt is confirmed as EPA administrator we can rename that agency the "oil lobby" and assume that everything they do is one way or another a boost for that industry.
    And great for jobs. . .but you don't have any skin in that game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missy View Post
    You must have missed the memo. If the polls are negative, then it's fake news.

    How many trump supporters will dismiss this as fake news? Do they have alternative polls that they rely on?
    That's the spirit, missy! I like the devil's advocate approach =)

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/publ...ez_track_feb17

    Polls are a bit silly overall. These days, there are much better ways to gauge things than scientific telephone polls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoky View Post
    Fake news. . .

    Trump approval is skyrocketing!


    http://www.alltheinternet.com/texis/...02172017195515


    But it may be falling, in the make-believe world of liberalism ... which is why the stock markets are in FREE-FALL, so you had better get out QUICK!


    http://www.alltheinternet.com/texis/...02172017195540

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    Trump's latest news conference included a review of the November election (as if that was needed) with inaccuracies (or lies)Seems Trump has these backward looking glasses that he uses for reviewing the election and he never gets tired of producing even more lies about it as though he did not really win (and he did.)

    When confronted by the facts relating to Trump's electoral victory being on the bottom 10% of all presidential elections, he murmured something about being told it by some un-named person. Trump tried to explain that his victory was the biggest republican electoral victory and again wrong, So Trump is still hanging onto the problem of his lack of popularity, he just doesn't understand or believe it.

    But the real doozie lie was that his administration was working so smoothly, like a well oiled machine and clearly it is not,
    1:He still has not even named every cabinet sec'y position yet tewo have either dropped out or where fired
    2:His white house leaks like a sieve even with him complaining about it, he has not stopped it.
    3:There is continuous talk about his Russia connections and congressional committee working on hearings over this.
    4: None of his major legislative moves have even begun; no ACA repeal, no immigration reform, nothing that must yet come through congress has even been written up and sent there.

    Trump's white house is totally chaotic it is not some machine unless you consider some rusted old clunker as how it is hardly working. yet Trump tells us that everything is just fine, not it is not.

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    Then you should be really happy and look forward to the mid-term elections in 2018......somehow, I don't think the Democrats are as confident in real life....Guess which two Democratic Senators seem to keep voting FOR Trump's cabinet picks?....[hint: the ones where he overwhelmingly won their state]
    “You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong...You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves.” - Ronald Reagan
    "This is the issue of this election: Whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capitol can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves." Ronald Reagan (1964)

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