"Trump representing all that's wrong with the world"

"I think he just represents all that is wrong with the world.
I know his supporters don't like him being compared to Hitler, but there is a lot of comparison there."

A comment made by an Irish blogger from one of the blogs.

As a Trump supporter, I can't stomach this kind of statement.

He'd be all that is evil on this world, the likes of:

Mao Tse Dong (slaughtered30 million)
Stalin: 20 million or so
Hitler: 10 million

These are criminals worthy of being buried alive for the world to see.

Trump has raised very successful children.

He has good relationship with his two exes.

He's outdone 13 seasoned politicians.

He's the president of the US, and so far has achieved and accomplished way better than hoped for.

Am I wrong to question what kind of brain does a person have to make this kind of statement?

North Korea, way better relationship in more than 40 years.
He just exposed the massive lie of the government on financing the Rebels in Syria.

Note: please comment only about the core of this blog.

No attacks on posters and yes I'm guilty myself, and I will stop.

This is a serious accusation and I just want the truth.

Thank you all for your read and comments if any.
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Anti Trump

There are so many unpleasant words said to describe about us who are Trump supporters, yet the worse is from that of Hillary Clinton, "basket of deplorables".

Does it matter? I don't care what they call us, so for those of you on here that are anti Trump, have fun calling us anything, he is our President until he is impeached or voted out from office.

So suck it!cheers
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Texas, casino free state

Wow all the money siphoned out of this great state.

No wonder they built the biggest casino in the US at the border between Oklahoma and Texas. Winstar, an hour drive from Dallas. Mostly players are yes, Texans. High rollers they are many.

I drove many a times in Houston and San Antonio but not in Dallas and golly, the roads are built for the future.

Anyways while I'm enjoying my stay I just noticed how everything is "big" here.
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My blessings:Today my daughter flown in from Frisco and will drive with me back to the West Coast

Some people count their blessings based on material wealth. I guess there is nothing wrong with that really.

For me, I count my blessings with my health (very active at 67, still do 100 push up a day), but most especially the love of my children, and my friends.

I have decided to go back and live permanently in California as I am now fully retired.

I will be very close to all my children and grandchildren and live very modestly and simply. Of course, I still hope to travel the world as I am accustomed to and just smell the roses and enjoy nature which I love very much.

My youngest daughter offered to drive with me and I am more than thrilled with this adventure.

We are leaving today, it takes at least two days before we get back home. I will not be able to baby sit this blog but thanks all for your read and or comment if any.heart wings

This was taken in Utah at the salt basin.

On top of the mountain covered with salt.

My poor X5 loaded up to the ying yeng.

My addiction, vegetables.
Last week at the Bay Area's Farrners' market.
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The swamp that Trump is draining

NOTE: IMPEACH Trump? Yeah good luck.

A friend of mine sent me this and it is very logical and it might change our US political system forever. DOJ, FBI, White House policies.

"This is the swamp that Trump is draining. Let’s do our parts as American citizens and get this treason out there for all to see.
Chuck Nelson"

Let’s follow the trail……

Here's what it looks like when all the pieces are sewn together. It smells like conspiracy and treason. Everyone needs to read this. Slowly, and patiently, because it’s very important......

From 2001 to 2005 there was an ongoing investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

A Grand Jury had been empanelled.

Governments from around the world had donated to the “Charity”.

Yet, from 2001 to 2003 none of those “Donations” to the Clinton Foundation were declared.

Hmmm, now you would think that an honest investigator would be able to figure this out.

Guess who took over this investigation in 2002?

Bet you can’t guess.

None other than James Comey.

Now, that’s interesting, isn’t it?

Guess who was transferred in to the Internal Revenue Service to run the Tax Exemption Branch of the IRS?

Your friend and mine, Lois “Be on The Look Out” (BOLO) Lerner.

Now, that’s interesting, isn’t it?

It gets better, well not really, but this is all just a series of strange coincidences, right?

Guess who ran the Tax Division inside the Department of Injustice from 2001 to 2005?

No other than the Assistant Attorney General of the United States, Rod Rosenstein.

Now, that’s interesting, isn’t it?

Guess who was the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during this time frame?

I know, it’s a miracle, just a coincidence, just an anomaly in statistics and chances, but it was Robert Mueller..

What do all four casting characters have in common?

They all were briefed and/or were front line investigators into theClinton Foundation Investigation.

Now that’s just a coincidence, right?

Ok, lets chalk the last one up to mere chance.

Let’s fast forward to 2009......

James Comey leaves the Justice Department to go and cash-in at Lockheed Martin.

Hillary Clinton is running the State Department, on her own personal email server by the way.

The Uranium One “issue” comes to the attention of the Hillary.

Like all good public servants do, you know looking out for America’s best interest, she decides to support the decision and approve the sale of 20% of US Uranium to none other than, the Russians.

Now you would think that this is a fairly straight up deal, except it wasn’t, the People of America got absolutely nothing out of it.

However, prior to the sale approval, none other than Bill Clinton goes to Moscow, gets paid $500K (that’s $500,000.00) for a one hour speech then meets with Vladimir Putin at his home for a few hours.
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Breaking up

I don't look forward to this part of a relationship. Yet it is inevitable. When things are not working as planned and or the so called love is going sideways for whatever reason. What is next? Forward or Reverse?

I am not the person that is easily convinced that trust and commitment will get restored if both are willing to work it out. Really?

I am finding the right door to get out at the moment. lol, hopefully the door is wide open.

Anyways share your feelings if you can relate to this.

Do you find ending a relationship quite easy? Or hard? I know it depends, but to me, it is a very uneasy feelings to go through.
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I just can't get enough satisfaction of this karma thing going on in London.

Finally the mayor is reaping the price of his insult and there is nothing he could do about it.

On more serious note: There are many people who now wants to get him out of the office based on the clamor that crime has surged way up in the high nines since he became a mayor.
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Britain's Burka Blues

Britain's Burka Blues: "I'd Like to Thank Boris Johnson"
by Denis MacEoin • September 3, 2018 at 5:00 am

"As a Muslim woman, I'd like to thank Boris Johnson for calling out the niqab" — Title of an article by Dr. Qanta Ahmed in The Spectator.

"his is a point that we Muslims seem to be unable to get across to non-Muslims – there is no basis in Islam for the niqab.... That's why Muslim nations are themselves regulating and banning the niqab and burqa..." — Dr. Qanta Ahmed, The Conversation, January 2017.

Some observers feel that it is especially painful to see Western feminists marching and wearing black face masks in order to protect Muslim women's right to wear them, but failing to support the rights of other Muslim women who plead not to be forced into them.

We are expected to feel guilty if we dare to question what some Muslim women themselves question: if shariah law is really the most wholesome lifestyle for many women.

To many, female Islamic clothing, from hijabs to niqabs and burqas, represents the powerful oppression of women's rights. They look as if they could be symbols of the undue pressures on women to conform to a patriarchal, deeply misogynistic code and the punishments that can be and often are inflicted on women for even a slight avoidance of the rules. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
On August 5, Britain's former Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, published an article in The Daily Telegraph. Entitled "Denmark has got it wrong. Yes, the burka is oppressive and ridiculous – but that's still no reason to ban it", the article created a furore both within and outside his own Tory party, and for more than one reason.

Johnson is currently the strongest candidate to replace Theresa May as Prime Minister, given her increasing weakness as a leader, largely due to the problems surrounding Brexit and her inability to create a suitable deal for it. This is relevant to the furore. Johnson is an ambitious politician who is given to making controversial comments. "I'd Like to Thank Boris Johnson"
by Denis MacEoin

Note: I never thought there is another side of this fiasco from some muslim women themselves.

It is relieving to know.

Canada watch out


Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs could rattle Canada’s economy and NAFTA

Canada's weak economy had GDP growth of 1.7 percent in the fourth quarter, and its stock market is down 5 percent year-to-date.

Canada exports nearly 90 percent of its steel to the U.S., the most of any country.

Canada accounts for 41 percent of America's aluminum imports.

Tariffs could impact the interconnected supply chain of many industries, including autos, and this could hurt NAFTA renegotiation talks.

On Monday Trump signaled he may drop tariffs if a 'fair' NAFTA agreement is signed.

Bryan Borzykowski, special to CNBC.com
Published 4:50 PM ET Fri, 2 March 2018 Updated 11:50 AM ET Mon, 5 March 2018

I am so sure there are so many who will be crying because now they have to share the responsibility of what is called fair trade system.
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How can you mend a broken heart

Good morning fellow bloggers, readers and anyone who wants to read this blog.

A good friend of mine suggested this topic as a follow up in the journey of breaking and mending and I thought maybe, some people will be able to relate and or share their experiences (if desired).
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Smoking and its benefits

I am inspired to write this blog because a friend of mine told me that there are indeed known benefits for being a smoker.

He said and I quote: It calms him down and that is a very good benefit.

I respect that.

Note: I lost 3 good friends from this habit and it was very sad, they were all under the age of 55.

Question: Are all smokers enjoy this benefit? Are there other benefits that you know of?

Are there hardcore smokers that you know of who would want to quit but can't?

Thanks all for reading and or comments if any.

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To the owners of this site: I am most grateful

As a long time member of this site, I want to acknowledge my gratefulness for the owners, moderators and anyone who is responsible in providing us this wonderful place.

Not only do they give us members the chance to meet our significant others (two great loves in my case) but that they allow us to have a very respectful and interesting discussions about almost anything else.

I would like to invite everyone and share me in thanking the owners, moderators and anyone involved in providing us this free site.

Thank you again moderators for having a good control and your fast response to cut incessant insults from some posters when needed. I have been involved many a times and I have learned that in order for all of us to learn we must remain decent and positive on all of our posts to foster a good relationship.

Of course, we will have a lot of disagreements on almost everything and why not, we are all different, but agreeing to disagree is the mood that the owners promote.

I have learned and I am trying to be good to everyone, including those that disagree with me and don't like me.

Thank you all.
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