Bick wrote:That should be an easy task for you then. What specific, measurable indicator will we see in 2017 that would qualify as a disaster?
cruiser wrote:On a side note, what happen to all the well to do mega bucks people, hollywood stars. well
known wealthy entertainers and the the like that said they were leaving the country if Trump
won, not a peep from them on doing it, no?
cruiser wrote:And - as I posted before if Trump even gets even half of what he said he was going to do or the perception that it's happening he will be elected by a wider electoral margin in 2020!
cruiser wrote:The Trump haters can only hope for a medical problem that makes him unable to serve - it is what it is.
Wabash wrote:History shows that folks like Trump don't understand how to govern.
I do know that history has not been kind to the American economy (and especially the middle class) when Trump like individuals have been elected with same party majorities.
John Q. Public wrote:I want to know who all these Trump-like individuals are.
John Q. Public wrote:Yeah. A former Cabinet member and a governor for 8 years. Just like Trump. Sure thing.
broman wrote:Lookie, lookie GOP just changed the rules of oversight.
House Republicans at an emergency conference meeting on Tuesday withdrew a proposal to gut an ethics watchdog.
The new Congress hadn't even formally gaveled in on before GOP leaders held an emergency conference meeting to discuss the blowback against the party's vote Monday evening to gut the chamber's independent ethics watchdog.
Tuesday's meeting came after President-elect Donald Trump issued a series of tweets questioning the timing of the proposed changes, which would have put the independent Office of Congressional Ethics under oversight of the House Ethics Committee.
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