Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Patient and Impatient Responses to Trump’s First 16 Weeks in Office
[Re: “‘I think everyone who voted for him [Trump] knew his personality was grotesque, it was the issues’; Read This Amazing, Brilliant, Ann Coulter Interview on President Trump.’”]
By Anonymous Reader I
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 10:06:00 A.M. EDT
"So there’s no wall, and Obama’s amnesties look like they are here to stay. Do you still trust Trump?"
As if the whole world can be stopped and changed overnight.
Going to take a while [maybe years] to build that wall. But can be done. And that is part of a much greater whole. Who ever said this was going to easy?
By Anonymous Reader II
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 2:53:00 P.M. EDT
We are not getting what we voted for. Trump promised to throw out DACA on the first day—now it looks like he never will.
He said we should have a ban on Muslim immigration but he doesn't even have the nerve to uphold the temporary ban on immigrants from just six Muslim countries—he could have told the judges that they have no authority to stop him as the law gives him the power to do what he did—and then order the state department to stop letting them in.
He said the refugees would have to go back—they are still coming in. He promised to withdraw from the Paris climate scam—it hasn't happened and T-rex signed an agreement that mankind is causing global warming.
Worse, he put Ivanka—an avowed warmist—in charge of determining what should be done.
Trump has filled positions with people who openly were against his stated positions—including a couple from Goldman Sachs.
He backed a healthcare bill which is still government-controlled healthcare, and which will NOT lower the cost of insurance.
The only really positive thing is the appointment of Jeff Sessions. Otherwise we are getting the same kind of establishment appointments we would have gotten from JEB! He should have refused to sign any budget which did not include a funding mechanism for the wall.
No, I'm not tired of winning—I haven't seen any so far.