Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Trump and AG Sessions, Obama Care & the GOP, transgenders in the Army plus we remember Moncada 1953

We will look President Trump's comments about AG Sessions...what in the world is it all about?.........The military and transgenders.............Obama Care and the GOP......McCain's great Senate speech.....we remember July 26, 1953 and Moncada in other stories................

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President Trump is 100% correct on transgenders....the US Armed Forces are not for social experiments....their mission is to win wars.

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Why the attacks on AG Sessions?

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President Trump is exactly right about about this Russian probe. It’s one-sided, with too many Democrats in the Mueller team. It’s silly, since no one has found one darn bit of evidence of collusion between the Trump team and Russia. Finally, I agree that AG Sessions should not have recuse himself, having done nothing wrong.    
At the same time, what is the point of comments and now a tweet saying that AG Sessions is weak?   
Add to this the predictable story based on unnamed sources that the President is talking about firing AG Sessions.
Sorry, but I don’t like it!   
AG Sessions comes across as a southern gentleman and maybe President Trump wants an “in your face” New Yorker. However, AG Sessions is quietly going after sanctuary cities and promoting the President’s agenda.    
Like some of you, I did not get on the Trump bandwagon until after the nomination. I had my doubts about his temperament and commitment to conservative positions.    
Nevertheless, I give President Trump very high marks on foreign policy.   
He is correct in holding the GOP accountable on ObamaCare.  
He has a connection to blue collar Americans in the Rust Belt not seen since President Reagan.   
President Trump has great potential, as Andrew Klavan wrote:   
In fact, it seems to me — a reluctant Trump voter — President The Donald has done a pretty darn good job so far. Rough-hewn, inexperienced and sometimes too much of a loudmouth for his own and the country’s good, he has nonetheless managed to increase American freedom and productivity while dragging us back from the brink of the Moribund European Socialist Please-Kill-Us-Mohammed anti-Western vision of the last guy who held the office.
There’s the great Supreme Court pick, of course. Plus he’s eliminated sixteen old federal regulations for every new one put in place. He’s made American foreign policy sane again by re-aligning us with Israel and pulling out of the nonsense Paris climate accord. You can talk about the non-wall all you like, but the drop in illegal border crossings under this president is, according to the head of the National Border Patrol union, “nothing short of miraculous.” Stock market’s up. Unemployment’s down. Housing sales are up. ISIS is down. Oh, and Trump’s brutal thrashing of our utterly corrupt and dishonest news media has been a joy to behold.    
I agree that President Trump should be furious that the media does not talk about this but is “Russia consumed.” However, President Trump does not have to Tweet everything that he is thinking or scold his staff in public.     
It would be a huge mistake to fire AG Sessions. It would take an eternity to approve a successor and the Democrats will turn the hearings into a circus. It also sends the wrong message about loyalty, the one thing that you really need when your enemies are united to bring you down.
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2009: Lack of civility? Did they say anything about how Bush was treated?

Wimpy Dems?

Yes, very wimpy Dems with an incredible sense of selective indignation.

Steve Chapman recalls how the angry left treated Pres Bush:

"It's generally forgotten that on Inauguration Day in 2001, Bush was greeted by thousands of protesters who threw eggs and bottles, made obscene gestures and carried signs jeering, "Hail to the thief" -- a reference to the legal fight needed to settle the outcome of the election.

To the protesters, he was a corrupt enemy of democracy."

It was that way for much of his presidency.

Remember how Bush was treated over Katrina?

Back off Dems! Get some spine!

August 2010: None of the allies followed President Obama in Afghanistan

July was a bad month for US troops in Afghanistan:

"NATO announced yesterday that six more US troops have died in Afghanistan, bringing the death toll for July to at least 66 and surpassing the previous month’s record as the deadliest for American forces in the nearly nine-year-old war." (

What's going on? Why aren't other NATO countries living up to their responsibilities?

First, this is another example of how "wimpy" the Europeans are. They have no spine and will "cut and run" as soon as the going gets rough.

Second, it puts to rest the campaign garbage that the Europeans did not work with Pres Bush because he was abrasive or not a good listener.

They are not working with or listening to Pres BO either!

2010: Remember when President Obama got no one to send troops to Afghanistan?

Last night, Pres BO once again told the world what it wanted to hear.

In other words, Pres BO preached the value of "multinational operations".

What's wrong with that picture?

Nobody is following Pres BO anywhere!

The world loves this man but nobody is sending troops to Afghanistan.

It looks more and more like it will be the US and UK doing all of the heavy lifting in Afghanistan.

Again, Pres BO talks a good game about working with other countries. However, his record as a "nation organizer" is no better than his work as a "community organizer" in Chicago.

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