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It pains HIM to do so, AND

While not at all presidential I must point out that the Sloppy Michael Moore Show on Broadway was a TOTAL BOMB and was forced to close. Sad!

HIS words...

HE ran to be "President" but he doesn't want to be "at all Presidential"?

perhaps HE should lose all the perks of being President....
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I imagine you thought it was 'presidential'

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for BO to publicly announce at the PODIUM on TV that 'the Cambridge police acted stupidly'........BEFORE he even knew what actually happened and that the police thought they were stopping a break-in.

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AND I imagine YOU thought YOU were voting for "change"

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yet here you are...not defending TheRUMP, just claiming the other guy did the same thing.

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Presidential

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Neither one should have opened their yap.
Pols are in constant get reelected mode.
Use the media to say something that appeals to the base or to push an agenda.
What do I care if the prez does not like a movie, car, take out.

How did BO get into this?
Is it part of your grudge list?

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Yeah, you don't care, but somehow you DO

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care enough to continue to post about how much you don't care. BO was continuously unpresidential but liberals won't admit to it. At least you do occasionally.

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Care

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I don't care what BO did.
That's history.
I don't have a grudge list which allows Trump to do something because BO also did it.
You keep trotting out that grudge list in an attempt to defend Trump.

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Somehow I don't believe

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that in 7 years when a new president is sworn in, you won't be bringing Trump up as an example of HIS 'wrongdoing' in comparison....THEN you'll care about history, I'm sure. I'll do what you repeatedly state now.....I'm gonna wait and see what your reaction will be then.

But I really wish you had been in here during the last president's 8 years so I could really see how you felt about HIM....it's just so convenient that you didn't appear until now with all your 'self righteous' attitudes about Trump.

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Re:I don't believe

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I don't like Trump.
His attitude is I'm the boss do what I say.

I was not happy with some of the things BO did, such as;
Black lives matter.......all lives matter......why divide that into black and white?
Politically correct speech......don't say anything that might offend someone.

When BO was prez I did not pay attention to SE.
There are many forums I don't pay attention to.

Self righteous?.......I just agree with the sec of state.....Trumps a moron.

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So far, if Trump's a 'moron'

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I prefer the moron over a president who has endangered the country, deliberately, and has already been named as the leader and instigator of the most corrupt administration ever in our history.

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REI prefer the moron over a president

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I prefer the moron over a president who has endangered the country, deliberately,

ignorance is bliss? That's how HE rolls, and so do you?

Those that follow morons shall be known as ??????

You calling TheRUMP a moron?
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I cannot support your "I'm the boss" claim

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As a business person, he must have learned the value of compromise and good team building. No one survives in the business world without those qualities and no one in business survives with employees who badmouth the company either. Compromise means that everyone gets something but no one can expect to get everything they want. That "whole enchilada or nothing" attitude is what's holding our congress back and accomplishing nothing but keeping the American people occupied in a tug-of-war that always ends in an "overtime" situation. Career politicians don't seem to understand that fighting and working out a compromise are not the same thing. Business people must learn to do that. They have no voters to go to and beg for more time.

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Trump

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In the business world Trump learned how to compromise from a position of power.

When he had the upper hand (I'm the boss) he took 90% and gave 10%.

That's the attitude he took to Washington.

Our congress has a problem of too many far left and right members.

These people can not compromise.....they want everything their way.

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RE: 'the Cambridge police acted stupidly'..

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There WASN'T any proof yet at the time he was handcuffed....

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The police put the man in handcuffs because he HAD no proof that he was the homeowner and that he had locked himself out of his own home, JP.....BO's comment came AFTER the proof was there and he STILL made the comment that they acted stupidly BEFORE they actually uncuffed him and released him. There IS a difference in that even though the proof came before BO made the comment, he STILL decided to accuse the police of racism because the homeowner was black and had a POLITICAL connection to the DEM party. Read the REST of the FOXNEWS headline and take in the implications in that BO was already, six months into his term in office, steering the public into a racial divide and continued to do so often. But you'll never admit it.......you are only concerned with comments you think Trump makes that aren't presidential, even when he says so himself. At least he's honest about it while you give excuses for BO's unpresidential behavior and always did.

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RE:comments you think Trump makes that aren't presidential,

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comments you think Trump makes that aren't presidential, even when he says so himself.

So he's knows what he's doing will be looked on as being wrong?

Yet he still does it?

What's the point in HIM surrounding himself with the best advisors that money can buy?

They tell him the right thing to do...he does the opposite?

DUH!!!!

There WASN'T any proof yet at the time he was handcuffed....

he HAD no proof that he was the homeowner and that he had locked himself out of his own home, JP


Look on the mantel and see pictures of him and the little woman and kids?

Ask to see his drivers license?

Knock on the neighbours door ask if they know this person?

Of course I'm not a cop...so I don't think the same way as they do.....

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Those things you suggested were done

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after they had him cuffed and then uncuffed him when he could PROVE he was who he said he was. Do you believe cops should not cuff or frisk someone they believe is in the process of committing a crime of breaking and entering BEFORE believing that person or should they always be PC in your opinion (and BO's evidently) and ask politely about why he's trying to break into a house? A burglar could easily have weapons handy, JP.....don't you think the cops have the right to protect themselves FIRST and THEN get answers?

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