Three Trumps and a Brexit makes a movement.

Posted by  $  Olduglycarl 5 months, 4 weeks ago to Culture
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Meet Brazil’s Donald Trump!

First we had Brexit, then our Trump, then this year a second Trump as a result of the over played "Multiculturalism" (islamic refugees) among other issues in Australia brought them Scott Morrison as the new Prime minister, Now the world's possible 3rd Trump in Brazil...still to be elected but his chances look good.

These 3 Trump like figures are a far cry from "what the worlds need now" but with the hopes of a great awakening of the silent majority, mankind might just survive to carry this fight through to another day and beyond.

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  • Posted by Herb7734 5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Trump is a banana split..To those who can provide a decent meal, he is a pleasant addition to a meal. But a person cannot survive on banana splits. If a person is starving, an ice cream treat may satisfy for a while, but eventually more nutritious food must be provided. Translated from Herbertese, this means that Our economy was wounded deeply by the previous administration, and Trump has come along and slapped bandages on the wounds, but cures must grow deeper than that in order to not allow festering to take place. The Trump turnaround is nice but eventually, he must look deeper into the cause of the wounds and cure those. (Jeez, I really pile on the metaphors don't I.?)
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    • Posted by  $  Dobrien 5 months, 3 weeks ago
      Imagine if Trump actually had people of reason to work with him versus fending off a Coup de Tate. Without . A lying statist mocking bird media trying to undermine our road to recovery.
      By the ergst min fun mentsh frauds who pretend to lead US ( the CON's in CONgress) I find it fascinating how impatient the patient that has been poisoned for decades resulting in corrosion of the organs ,destroying the circulatory system , washing the brain, ect.. Curing the patient may require some bandages to stop the bleeding until the X-ray tech or the lab techs who would provide false readings (think FBI / DOJ ) are replaced.RR,JC,PS ,LP, BruceOhr and on and on.
      Trump is operating like a skilled surgeon with someone flickering the lights on and off and trying to hand him infected scalpels. With Dr Trump
      and the house cleaning underway the patient' s prognosis is no longer terminal.
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      • Posted by  $  5 months, 3 weeks ago
        Something I noticed lately. I predicted it a few days ago in a post as something to watch for.
        Now, I am not saying my prediction was right but it seems that his speeches, his tweets and his interviews, even his humor has changed. No wacky tweets lately, smoother speeches, (note the speech he gave the UN) with a bit of humor too, laughing at himself and his interviews have revealed the Trump we've been told about but have rarely experienced.

        I predicted that we would see this change once the plan had achieved it's goal and now it's just a waiting game till the signed indictments are released one after another.

        Maybe it's just a fluke, maybe he has gotten used to things or maybe this is just an intermission during the show.
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        • Posted by Herb7734 5 months, 3 weeks ago
          Like most people, Trump has more than one aspect to him. As a matter of fact, he has many more aspects than the average individual. It's those off-beat aspects that drive the lefties and some of the righties nuts. What seems non traditional to them is merely every day speech to most persons including Joe Lunchbucket. So now, he's trimmed off some of the rougher edges, but the content and transparency remain, as witnessed by the UN speech. They try to destroy him, but he's always a jump ahead. Like the authors says, "Let Trump be Trump" and you'll always get a winner.
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        • Posted by  $  Dobrien 5 months, 3 weeks ago
          We are at the precipice D5 Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh
          51 times. Then the IG Horowicz takes the stage releasing the (20) redacted FISA pages with {speed}.
          That is going to take out Rod Rosenstien.

          Please note this bit, that is well under the radar.
          Jeff Session has written a letter to the top two justices at the Supreme Court to the legality of him rescinding his recusal in the Russian investigation and with confirmation of its legality
          ( now this is my guess) he takes over for Rosenstien and than redirects it at the real criminals. HRC So many crimes she would easily make the Guinness book of world records. The full Coup de Tate will be counter attacked by Huber in this "Uncivil War"
          Using Bruce Ohr's singing to save his "lovely" wife's ass. Loretta Lynch sings about the Tarmac .
          From Uk to down under and the majority of the Hussien Soetoro admin all the top Alphabet agencies goons are caught up in this fiasco. Thank goodness Trump expanded Gitmo's capacity for Military tribunals plenty of treason to utilize that new capacity.
          Remember Kavanaugh being questioned about Military tribunals during hearings I think it was Sen Lindsey Graham. Coming soon... It will be Orville Redenbacher time.
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    • Posted by  $  5 months, 3 weeks ago
      For a moment I thought you were just "Post Modernizing"...(What I call: Shinning the shit), that's what they do...BUT!...They Don't use metaphors,... Hence, my next guess: you were hurling Herbertese!...laughing

      You are correct, at the onset, he was bandaging things up. But, getting agreements on "Free Mutual Trade" was a longer term solution...until lefties, post moderners or some other wacky group comes along and turns it into shit to be shined!
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  • Posted by  $  Dobrien 5 months, 4 weeks ago
    A red tsunami coming?
    Shocking. Humiliating. Just plain not great.
    That's how Democrats describe losing a long-held South Texas state Senate seat to upstart conservative Pete Flores on Tuesday night. The Republican win was historic, the first GOP victory there since just after the Civil War, but the implications stretch far beyond the district.
    Republicans are now more likely to hold on to a supermajority in the Texas Senate, lending even more legislative power to Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and the chamber's most conservative members. The outcome also dampens Democrats' hopes that a "blue wave" is coming to Texas.
    The best thing about this is it is a district of mostly Black and Hispanic voters. If the dems lose the 90% of black vote they are sunk. LBJ said they would have the n........ Vote for 100 years after the great society. Well maybe just 50 years.
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    • Posted by  $  5 months, 4 weeks ago
      That is good news...thanks Dob, I forgot about that race in Texas.
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      • Posted by  $  gharkness 5 months, 3 weeks ago
        As a lifelong Texan, even when I don't actually live there, this is fantastic news! There is a large-ish bunch of demon-crats in the DFW area that seem to be a little myopic, and they think that they are about to change the state. I'm afraid they are going to be disappointed. Maybe THEN they'll follow up on their 'threats" and move elsewhere.
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  • Posted by  $  5 months, 4 weeks ago
    A little bit on Scott Morrison and the ousting of Trumble.

    Like our own Trump, not exactly perfect but a far cry from the post modern demoncrapic socialist.
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    • Posted by Lucky 5 months, 4 weeks ago
      A more local comment-
      Scott Morrison does look good compared with his chardonnay socialist predecessor.
      Gulchers could question the religion but that show some values rather than the usual
      whatever-it-takes to stay in office, conservatism is a merit compared to managerialism,
      and as for lowering power prices- leave it to the market after removing the government
      envirocrap subsidies and distortions.
      Yes, we could have had a lot worse.
      A discussion on some of the new governments in the old eastern Europe would be
      relevant here. The swamp spokepersons describe them as popularist.
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