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Once again, Trump denies saying what he said.

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  1. PLC1

    PLC1 Moderator Staff Member

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    from the debate:

    Trump has a habit of forgetting his own words.
     
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    Old_Trapper70 Well-Known Member

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    He said the same thing about the birther question, the woman who won the Ms. Universe contest, and the list goes on. Hillary was right about one thing, Trump has his own reality, and his Trumpkins follow him into the depths of his depravity:

    http://fortune.com/2016/09/27/donald-trump-lied/

    "According to one estimate, Trump made more than 34 comments that were either lies or mis-statements of fact during the debate. Clinton, by comparison, was tagged with four. According to much of the post-debate analysis, Trump also came off looking like a bully."


    Hillary may have been smiling, however, people like Dog won't give a damn.
     
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    yes i agree why is he deigning it and not working with Canada that also goes the same with our prime minister what are they up in our governments to
     
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    Texas_tea Well-Known Member

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    You are bleating fake news.

    That comment was taken out of context.

    Trump is correct.

    He did not say that in that context.

    Trump was referring to taking advantage of tax write offs so that you limit the amount of taxes you pay to the federal government.

    Which is SMART.

    Trump was not referring to NOT paying his taxes as Dana Bash of fake news CNN is accusing the President of.

    We all know the President has paid mass amounts of federal taxes.

    Remember when Rachel Madcow of fake news MSDNC got the copy of Trump's 2005 tax return and was shocked to find out he had paid in 38 million dollars in taxes?

    Of course you do ......

    I honestly wonder if you guys are really that gullible or if you are intentionally being disingenuous.

     
  5. PLC1

    PLC1 Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm only one guy.

    I know it's hard to believe that one person can come up with all of the brilliant reparte that I post, but that's how it is.

    But, if I were really gullible, I'd have voted for the conman and fraud, instead of voting against both of the two major party candidates.

    Now, where are those tax returns again? Other presidents have shown them, but Trump has something to hide. What is it?
     
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    Texas_tea Well-Known Member

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    You are really gullible.

    Trump is not required to show his tax returns.

    It's probably best you stay in the world of the fake news MSM.

    The truth may be a little complicated for the sheeple.
     
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    PLC1 Moderator Staff Member

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    No, Trump is not required to show his tax returns. He would only do so to disprove the idea that he has something to hide. Obama was not required to show his birth certificate, either, He only did so to disprove the silly birthers.

    But, you're right: The truth is too complicated for the sheeple. Were that not so, Trump would never have won the election.
     
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    Texas_tea Well-Known Member

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    You are delusional.

    The Democrats hold less seats in Congress than since the 1920's.

    There's a reason for that.
     
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    PLC1 Moderator Staff Member

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    The reason there are fewer Democrats in Congress than there once were is that people have been voting for Republicans.

    It's unlikely that they will continue to do so. For one thing, the Congressional majority is cyclical: Sometimes, the Republicans dominate, sometimes the Democrats do.

    And it doesn't seem to make a lot of difference which party dominates.

    But, since the 1920's? Now, that's delusional.
     
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    Texas_tea Well-Known Member

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    You really aren't that informed about current politics are you?

    When Obama took office, there were 60 Democratic senators; now there are 46. The number of House seats held by Democrats has shrunk from 257 to 188.

    There are now nine fewer Democratic governors than in 2009. Democrats currently hold fewer elected offices nationwide than at any time since the 1920s.

    https://www.npr.org/2016/03/04/4690...crushed-during-the-obama-presidency-heres-why
     
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    PLC1 Moderator Staff Member

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    Why is that? From your link:

    The upcoming midterm elections will be very interesting. Will the Democrats stage a comeback in spite of the above?

    If they do, why?
     
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    The Democrats will not ..

    This is the issue you must address ....
     
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    PLC1 Moderator Staff Member

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    Well, we'll see. Maybe the Democrats will stage a comeback in November, and maybe not.

    If they do regain one or both houses of Congress, to what should we attribute that comeback? Your link shows that midterm elections are generally not good for Democrats. Could it be a change in the Republican Party?
     
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    Personal attack removed

    Best of all to you,
    YEH YAH
     
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    You don't think that there are more Republicans because people have been voting for them? What is your theory, then?
     
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