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Before You Pull the Lever

Updated on November 4, 2018
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Bug is in the Kitchen

Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Sunday, November 4, 2018. Bug is at the stove preparing Mini Pumpkin Souffles for our enjoyment. I am mixing up martinis to add to the fun. It's definitely 5 o'clock somewhere. Bug and I would love to see you at the breakfast table this morning. Election Day is almost upon us and Bug has a few thoughts about the day that he would like to share. I'll leave the door open.

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Let's Vote with our Brains

Thanks so much for coming to the breakfast table this morning. Tuesday, Election Day, is a very important day in our nation's history. The past two years under President Trump's leadership has changed the face of America for the better. Despite massive and unwarranted resistance to his ideas, the president has managed to turn our economy around. The markets are soaring, jobs are in abundance and growing and the world now views America as the super power it is. When voters enter the voting booth on Tuesday they have to ask themselves why they would want to see this streak of optimism and success stopped in its tracks. If the Dems regain the House, we can kiss our tax cuts good-bye. If Dems win the House we can expect more turmoil at the borders. If Dems win the House they will try to undo all the good that President Trump has done for our nation. Before voters pull the lever, they should make sure that they are not voting against themselves and the rest of America. Voters should send a strong message to the Dems. We are not buying your lies. We are not appreciative of your desire to raise our taxes and re-impose stagnant economic growth. We reject all that you stand for. These last two years have revealed the true nature of the Democratic Party, and it is not a pretty picture.

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Finger Pointing Time

Our mothers always told us that it wasn't nice to point fingers. It may not be nice, but it is necessary. The Dems deserve to have the collective fingers of the nation pointed at them. They were sent to Washington to serve the American people. They haven't served anyone but themselves these past two years. Their entire purpose was to resist the new president. Not once did it ever occur to any of these people that in resisting the president, they were resisting Americans. In resisting the president they turned their backs on all of us. In resisting this president they stopped doing their jobs. In resisting this president they used lies and hate speech to ramp up violence. The Dems caused a great deal of pain these last two years, and now is the perfect time to hold them responsible. We can do it at the polls. We can deal them a resounding blow at the polls. We can tell them we reject their wishes for our nation. No, we do not want open borders. No, we do not want thousands upon thousands of people crashing through our borders and invading our country. We can crush them in the voting booth and tell them that we resent their attempts to brainwash Americans. We can remind them that their despicable treatment of Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh doesn't sit well with us. One of Kavanaugh's accusers just revealed that she lied about her rape charges, and in fact never even met Kavanaugh. We can vote the Dems out of office and send them a message that will send shock waves through their ranks straight into the hearts of people like Schumer, Pelosi, Waters, Booker and Warren. We can use our precious votes to tell them we have had enough of their calls for disruption and violence. Our vote is our voice, so let's use it wisely.

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Let's Keep America Great

President Trump is doing a fantastic job. He is completely transparent, and he is working his tail off trying to keep all his promises. Despite resistance from the Dems, he has managed to accomplish the release of prisoners held wrongfully in hostile nations. He has imposed sanctions on the dictatorship in Venezuela. He has effectively cracked down on gang members in MS-13. He has strengthened our military, supported our veterans and their families. He faced down North Korea and succeeded in stopping the rush to nuclearization. He negotiated the return of the remains of soldiers who died during the Korean War. Unemployment is at its lowest point in decades. Black unemployment is at historic lows. Hispanic unemployment is at historical low levels, as well. Our economy is booming. Our 401K's are going up, and we have more disposable income thanks to tax cuts. He eliminated the Obama care mandate which forced individuals to buy insurance or face fines. He opened the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling. He brought back jobs to coal country and steel workers are back at work, as well. He was the only president to have the guts to declare Jerusalem the capitol of Isreal and move our embassy there. He withdrew from the insane Paris climate deal. He pulled out of the disastrous Trans Pacific Partnership. He degraded ISIS and destroyed their hopes of establishing a caliphate.

Imagine, if you can, how much this man could do if he had the cooperation of a willing Congress. He would be unstoppable and the American people would reap all the benefits of his labors. There is no question that President Trump, if given the chance, could fix our broken immigration problem once and for all. There is no question that President Trump would make our nation safer if he could get his wall built. Sadly, there is no question that the Democrats are working against him and all Americans. Let's remember that on Tuesday,

Bug's Song

Go to the polls on Election Day

Make the Dems go away!



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    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear T,

      I cheered when Trump pointed that out! See you at the Inn.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear Wesman,

      I watched it, and I agree! See you at the Inn. The Blue Wave was a trickle. I just hope that the Dems get enough counseling to deter them from screwing up the next two years.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      If 40 some Republicans in house (like traitor Ryan) didn’t retire the Republicans would still have the house - I love how Trump pointed out those who rejected his help lost! 9 out of ten people he stumped for won!

    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile image

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      6 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Trump's press conference, which is still going on right at this moment, live. I'm listening to it and watching it other than typing this, is absolutely masterful. Trump is really on top of things today.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear brad,

      I have no idea what is going on, but I don't think it's serious. What is serious is the outcome of today's voting. See you at the Inn and we'll wait out the results.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear Paula,

      If there's a stagecoach leaving in the morning, I was hoping Barba Streisand wold be on it.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      NOYFOB 

      6 months ago

      What is this kindergarten, tell the teacher.

      The teacher Hp is worse than any of the students.

      Stick to the subject, or at least id who you people are referencing. I have no clue.

      Pop

      "There is no question that President Trump, if given the chance, could fix our broken immigration problem once and for all. There is no question that President Trump would make our nation safer if he could get his wall built. Sadly, there is no question that the Democrats are working against him and all Americans. Let's remember that on Tuesday,"

      That is good advice, and it is Tuesday, election day.

      Let us vote! If we can't agree in these comments, what do you think the vote today is going to look like?

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      Oh, well, that can’t be me then (i’ll withdraw my report on you and Paula Wes)

    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile image

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      6 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      I do report the person you know I'm talking about. I will continue to report that person at every opportunity. That entity only makes the entire website, and ll of us on it look far dumber than we should. Dumb by association.

    • maven101 profile image

      maven101 

      6 months ago from Northern Arizona

      Seems there is a lot of "whistling past the graveyard" being expressed here...Hubbers have halos, doncha' know...

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      Lol lol

    • fpherj48 profile image

      Paula 

      6 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      HUH?? Was there a point to your last comment? Get to bed. You need sleep. Hurry...before we make you live in the Galaxy somewhere with U know who......There's something wrong all right but not with your phone.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      I commented LOL but it wouldn’t transmit so I thought there was something wrong with my phone

      until I scrolled the page and saw in red above

      Your comment is rather short.

    • fpherj48 profile image

      Paula 

      6 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      Oh yeah?? Well I just reported you for not reporting Bozo before he reported you and me, all because Wes opened his big mouth and said I was engaging in hate speech against 12 year olds....and we ALL should have reported what's his name for operating an online device, without a brain......and come to think of it, I believe I'll report pop & bug for serving stinkin PUMPKIN SOUFFLES when all we really wanted was a hardy American breakfast of bacon, eggs, sough dough toast, home fries & strong coffee!!

      By the time I get done reporting everyone who needs to be reported, this place will look like an Old West (deserted) Town, after Marshall Dillon & Chester blew up Miss Kitty's Saloon. I'll bet yer scared now! There's a stagecoach leavin in the mornin at 6....Be on it, T-Bone-2 Guns!!

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      Wes, I haven’t been on the forums for months, for your information I just reported you and Paula for personally attacking me. :-P

    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile image

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      6 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      '...the disgusting, the delirious, the looney tunes, the phony, the fake, the unbearable, the obnoxious,..'

      I thought that was a description of that moron making the Hubpages forums look like a sewer.

    • fpherj48 profile image

      Paula 

      6 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      Pop....key phrase...."anyone in their right mind." Case closed.

    • fpherj48 profile image

      Paula 

      6 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      T...Thanks a heap. I was having a fairly decent day until you mentioned the disgusting, the delirious, the looney tunes, the phony, the fake, the unbearable, the obnoxious, the corrupt....so-called, Governor of NYS!!! Pul-lease! Watch your mouth around me!

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      Lori, you are so right about PTSD and SNL was so wrong for labeling their skit as such as well as any other media doing the same. Although it is a funny and satirical display of how Democrats try to put on a facade to hide how they really feel but really is in no way an example of PTSD. But that just goes to show you how insensitive to reality people in media like the writers on SNL are. It’s to be expected. Had Trump implied Democrats were suffering from PTSD the media would have excoriated him for the analogy but they have no problem doing it themselves - the baked in double standard that is a cornerstone if liberalism.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear Lori,

      I am disgusted by the left's claim that some are suffering from PTSD because of Trump's success. Their true diagnosis should be, as you point out, immaturity and stupidity. See you at the Inn, Lori.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear Francine,

      You have to go way back a long way to see any worth in the Dems. The party has morphed into a socialist joke. If they win back the house, the joke will be on us. See you at the Inn.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Ptosis,

      Actually, the video was funny, but I have to say they went way too far this week with that awful tasteless skit about the Vet candidate who lost an eye fighting for our country.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Good Morning T,

      I can't believe how decisive politics has become. I know families that are no longer speaking to each other. It's insane. See you at the Inn where everyone gets along.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Good Morning Paula,

      I do think there is something unique about these midterms. The Dems have moved so far to the left that if we aren't careful the loonies will be running the asylum. That is something we simply can't afford. I am hoping for a Republican tsunami. With things humming along under Trump, why would anyone in their right mind vote against themselves? See you at the Inn.

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      Lori Colbo 

      6 months ago from Pacific Northwest

      I had not heard about the Kavanaugh accuser. I hope she is given the appropriate consequences. But really, not surprised at all.

      Twice this week the Daily Wire, a publication I follow and find very reputable, posted two articles on Democrat college kids claiming PTSD from when Trump was elected. Today it was an article about other Dems having symptoms as election day appears. Here is an utterly ridiculous, but certainly accurate quote from one such person:

      "We're kind of just in the bed-wetting phase now," a Democratic pollster, who worked alongside the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016, said in an interview with Politico. Another, a former Pelosi staffer, said she suffers from nightmares every night, after falling asleep reading the latest polls."

      Here is what the American Psychiatric Association says about PTSD:

      Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that can occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as a natural disaster, a serious accident, a terrorist act, war/combat, rape or other violent personal assault.

      It really ticks me off because I have PTSD, as does my son who is an honorable vet, and it is a very very serious condition. Disappointing elections and even a horrible president (in their eyes) does not result in PTSD. Their diagnosis would be immaturity to put it nicely. Every college campus should have a whole fleet of Wambulances. I honestly cannot believe what I am seeing and hearing these last two years. It's beyond belief. If you've never read the Daily Wire I recommend it. They really strive hard to back up with they print.

      Barbara Streisand was interviewed by the New York Times this past week saying she is trying to decide if she will move to Canada if the Reps win the house. I wonder if she knows she will be vetted and have to jump through a whole lot of hoops. Oh, I forgot to mention that she is now blaming weight gain on Trump because every time he says something that bothers her she has to eat, and most specific, pancakes with lots of maple syrup. It baffles me how these people can say these things and have people take them seriously. I had french toast tonight in honor of a rational mind and a president who is getting the job done. Yes, his social graces are lacking sometimes, but he's doing his job and as you say, the economy is better than it has been in years.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      Francine, i hear this sll the time, the Democrat party of old was different. That is true but to borrow a line from the deranged democrat governor of New York, they “were never that great”

      https://youtu.be/g_a7dQXilCo

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      Francine19 

      6 months ago

      The Democratic Party of years ago has evolved into something ugly and dangerous. Nothing makes sense anymore...the Dems are angry, hateful people who no longer care about America, the rights of its citizens but only of those who seek to harm us. Their only goal is to reject and destroy Trump and anything he believes in...they want him out at any cost despite all of the good he's done. I am truly praying to God that we will be the victors on Tuesday! Otherwise I'm coming to the inn and never leaving! Thank you Pop for your wonderful and wise words..

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      Paula 

      6 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      HILLAR-Y-OUS!!!! and I mean that in the most HILLary way!! I love the hysterical-on-the-brink-mother screeching at her poor kids!! LMAO!! That very scenario is probably being played out for real, all over the country!! SNL does great comedy. :)

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      Now I’ve seen everything!

      A liberal with a healthy sense of humor!

      Well played!

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      ptosis 

      6 months ago from Arizona

      Although we may not agree on politics, I figure you would enjoy the SNL skit of Dem PTSD from the last election.

      Enjoy.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdNNjCHGixE

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      BP, probably everyone has that problem with some relative and although the relation makes it more depressing I just look at how their vote can possibly affect me and usually it doesn’g mesn a hill of beans if we live in the same state I just figure I and mine will negate their vote - lol -

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      Paula 

      6 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      C'mon Tuesday! I live within walking distance of our poll location. Once there, I can see a lot of familiar faces, people mingling in the entry hall, outside in the parking lot......chit-chat galore. There's always at least 3 or 4 tables of bakes sales, for various organizations....and on my way out, I load up on cookies and cakes.

      After that, pop....back home and it's all over but the shouting. Inside I'll be stressed out but plan on remaining cool & confident.

      Maybe it's just me, but there's so damned much at stake here, I don't recall a midterm being so very vital. Of course, I'm sure that's not the case, but each election brings it's own strain of anxiety. Here's to Victory. Peace, Paula

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      NOYFOB 

      6 months ago

      Pop

      Thanks, and enjoy.

      Maven101

      Thanks for your comment on my comment.

      Yes, that is the same stuffed cabbage I was talking about and yes it is delicious.

      I have lived in both San Jose, CA and Orange Country CA, but not SF or LA. and there used to be in the 90s a difference between the major city and the suburb. I worked several years in Los Angeles mostly close to the Pacific Ocean where the defense business was so prevalent. When I first worked in Los Angeles, I noticed a difference from Orange Country. I didn't know what it was, but now I suspect that LA was more democrat and Orange Country was more republican. At the time, I didn't really care about politics or party. But, since the 90s the spread of the left has permeated throughout the region and the control of state by the left like a blanket over the state.

      The last two years the veil of the left has been lifted and now they do everything in plain sight because they control the state, and many city governments. So, while I don't pick loyalty for a political party, I do pick issues and how they are handled by government state and federal.

      I like president Trump because he wasn't part of our political history, and he picks goals and wants to represent and guide America. I don't like everything he does, but it is more than any president has done that I do like.

      While I am not loyal to any party, I do not like at all what the democrats stand for, and I like some of what the republicans stand for.

      As for my comments about the elderly, it is based on personal knowledge rather than a sweeping view of an entire generation. It is from family, friends and acquaintances that I made a conclusion.

      I am sure that many people of every generation are not prey to the media and the politicians speeches, otherwise Trump wouldn't have been elected president. But CA and NY two of my states have polarized to the left, and many have been loyal to the party of their parents when they were born, as they also do with religion.

      What do you think is the reason that CA WA OR and now AZ are leaning to the far left? NY, NJ, MA and IL also to the far left.

      Two different generations elected Jerry Brown as Governor?

      What do you think is the common denominator for the spread of the democrats in these states?

      Your comment has me thinking about the entire picture, and the parts of the picture I can't see but know they must exist.

      I think that the US went from alcohol in the early 1900, to a transition to drugs in the 1960s till today. Is there a causal effect mirrored in the political distribution to the left?

      In other words, does Alcohol, and Drugs attach to loyal party members more to one party? If so, how does it make people prefer one party over the other party?

      If it is not a contributing factor to loyalty of one party over the other party, then is there a common denominator that binds people to one party or the other party.

      Also, your comment about carefree living with no locks, and its freedom have changed as you mentioned today. Is it a home grown change from the children of parents that enjoyed those freedoms, or did we import a strain of different values that skewed those freedoms.

      Anyway, we can agree that stuffed cabbage is comfort food, and in these times something to look forward to eating.

      Thanks, hope I didn't stray too far from your comment.

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      maven101 

      6 months ago from Northern Arizona

      Brad...Looking forward to stuffed cabbage...My grandmother made them years ago...loved them...tomamto sauce on top...yummers...BTW, I'm 80 this year and I still use critical thinking in all things political and cultural...Most folks I know, in my same age group, also consider all perspectives and reinforce their conservative views with active discourse largely based on their life experience...Don't cut short the war babies that were born in the late 30's that read and heard about the wars raging in the Pacific and Europe...We know what evil is, and we know BS when we hear it...

      I always enjoy your informative comments, especially coming from California, my home state...Shame what has happened to the Bay Area in particular, and the state as a whole...Damn progressive democrats have ruined , controlled, and curtailed freedoms in speech and actions to where I don't recognize it anymore...When I grew up in the 40's and 50's doors were left unlocked, we played in the streets until dusk, and rode our bikes with impunity...What has happened to that joyous freedom..?

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear brad,

      You are the absolute best!!!

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      NOYFOB 

      6 months ago

      Pop

      I am bringing stuffed cabbage, and a variety of drinks:)

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear brad,

      I have close members of my family who are totally brainwashed! It is so sad and maddening. Taking some time to do a little bit of research might open their eyes, but instead they believe whatever MSLSD wants them to believe! I am heading for the Inn. I need to be with people I trust and respect.

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      NOYFOB 

      6 months ago

      Pop

      These lies work best with the loyal democrat voters, but they do have a some effect on the older generation that has thought that TV news is the truth, and depending on which network they listen to they may fall prey to the lies.

      Basically, the truth that Fake News exists is drowned out by the fake news media reinforcing the lies makes it real at least to them.

      My mother-in law who is a native California, and Republican voter all her life, now starts talking about how bad is president Trump. She has been watching the news as many people her age are doing today.

      When I hear her talk it is like they are rebroadcasting CNN. All those democrat lies are repeated back to me as reality and truth. You know she is the target of all the scams, but she resists them, you know the business ones. But when it comes to the political scams she melts.

      I guess we will know on November 7, 2018.

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      Yves 

      6 months ago

      Yet they do, Pop! So strange....

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear Yves,

      It is hard for me to imagine that anyone could vote against a soaring economy, lower taxes and a president who is extremely effective and accomplished. See you at the Inn.

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear brad,

      I agree with all of your comments, but I am hoping that the lies backfire on the Dems. In the privacy of the voting booth, people may be unwilling to vote against their best interests. Their best interests will be protected by a Republican Congress under President Trump's excellent leadership. See you at the Inn, Brad.

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear maven,

      I too had to survive eight hateful years under Obama. Contrary to those who say they detest the president, I didn't call for violence or confront Dems out in public. None of us did. I am hoping that the Dems have finally gone too far for fellow Dems. They should be embarrassed to be associated with the Democratic Party, the party of no, the party of socialism and the party of hate. See you at the Inn, maven.

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear Wesman,

      I agree with your assessment of the American voter. I want to see a solid rejection of the Dems and the awful things they stand for. See you at the Inn, where truth matters.

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear billy,

      Democracy is really cool. I wish we could practice it in peace. See you at the Inn.

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear T,

      Thank you, Mr. Happy should change his name to Mr. Clueless!

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Mr. Happy,

      I have no idea what you are talking about. I think you have your parties confused.

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear Pino.

      The Dems are like worms. Even when you cut them in half they keep on wiggling! I am praying for a Republican sweep. See you at the Inn.

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      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Dear T,

      I agree wth you 100 percent. The American people are sick of the lies and their disgust will show up quite well in the results. If a Dem were walking towards me on the street I would cross to the other side! See you at the Inn.

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      Yves 

      6 months ago

      The proof is in the pudding. President Trump has and is doing everything possible to keep his promises; our soaring economy and return to super-power status prove just how capable he is. But he cannot do it alone, so we must vote Republican and hope most of the new faces we vote in will actually have the guts to support Trump's initiatives.

      Pumpkin souffles and martinis? Count me in....I'm on my way!

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      NOYFOB 

      6 months ago

      Pop

      The left's tactic and sadly an effective one is to make accusations that have no basis of truth or fact and repeat them, and keep repeating them until they are not challenged by their base.

      They make these accusations against president Trump and his supports, and they are deaf, dumb and blind that what they are doing is exactly what they accuse president Trump.

      We have seen and heard these untruths for the last two years. The media then backs these false accusations to give it the some measure of credibility. The problems is that president Trump and his supporters know that the media is no longer credible.

      The so called blue wave is buoyed by these lies and only lies below the lies make it into a wave. If that wave does crest into a democrat controlled congress this year, then we will be country that will be run into the ground, just to take down the symbol of liberty, and leadership that puts America first. That symbol is president Trump.

      We all know that "voted with my brains and my conscience, as I know you will, and the wheel goes round and round, and ain't democracy cool!", means the vote went to the democrats.

      The democrats for the last ten years have been more than a dead weight on America and Americans, they have been a political engine that is trying to run the country in the opposite direction of prosperity, national defense, attacking the symbol of a free America that was created through the blood, and fortitude of all those patriots. Today, the Flag and the Anthem are being used against our democracy by the left. The left wants open borders, they want us to be just another country in the world, and like the EU they want it to be controlled by powers outside of the country.

      They have easily contaminated the free will of their loyal voters into willing saboteurs of the US and its democratic republic.

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      maven101 

      6 months ago from Northern Arizona

      Good morning, Pop and Bug...(when you use "Bug" I always conjure up Bugsy Moran for some reason)...

      Never has the conservative call to vote been more important...Trump's reelection, programs, and MAGA movement will wither and die if the democrats win the House...I can't even contemplate a Maxine Waters being handed a gavel for any committee, a Nancy Pelosi controlling the house, and the progressive agenda that will be pushed by house democrats... The endless "Russia" robe will continue with more intensisty as the house provides further "Investigations" that will involve anything and everything Donald Trump, including his dead father...

      Having survived 8 years of the worst presidency in my lifetime, with Johnson coming in a close second, the Senate will have to take up the slack and stand the course until 2020, where after two years the Democratic agenda will be exposed as the socialist/Marxist ideology that it is...

      Looks like I will be swimming in martini's for the next two years if the democrats win the house...Your message to vote with your brains unfortunately is subject to the bell curve AND the MSM... Go MAGA and vote...

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      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      6 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Being extremely impressed with Trump, who literally attempts to keep his campaign promises, and seeing nothing but a unified mass media block aimed against him, of course I voted a straight Republican ticket on the first day of early voting.

      I've hated US mass media for the most of my life. It is very pleasurable for me to see that more and more people are seeing it for the anti-American monster it is.

      I'm not good at predictions, but I don't believe people will vote for Democrats after seeing joblessness at historic lows, and the never ending assault on our southern border.

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      Bill Holland 

      6 months ago from Olympia, WA

      I already voted...voted with my brains and my conscience, as I know you will, and the wheel goes round and round, and ain't democracy cool!

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      Democrats don’t stand for hunting- show me shere in their platform you see that.

      Democrats support doing Way with public law enforcement like ICE! BlCk lives matter is anti police and Democrats support them. You don’t have a clue. Part time and first time jobs don’t deserve a living wage - you want to havd a population of hamburger flippers with no ambition to better themselves?

      I could go on and on to show it is the Democrats who practice child labor, child abuse and woman abuse, they want to free terrorists (gitmo under Obama) and hell sone if them were terrorists themselves!

      You are clueless.

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      Mr. Happy 

      6 months ago from Toronto, Canada

      "We reject all that you stand for." - So, You don't like hunting, or allow other people to hunt? You are not thankful for police officers, medics, fire-fighters and all other public servants who often put their lives on the line for our societies to operate as smooth as possible? You reject a living wage for people who work 40hrs a week so they don't have to rely on foodstamps? Do You support child labor? Do You support child molesters? I mean ... it can get pretty rough here with your "reject all" comment. Let's reject any accountability for terrorist acts because Dems wish for accountability when someone commits an act of terror. So, just open all the doors to prisons and jails, let everyone out. Haha!! See what happens when we indulge in extremes? We get to nonsense.

      We have many things in common. Try to focus on those sometimes too. All the best and see You Tuesday! (Just in thought, not in person lol).

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      Pino Krisio 

      6 months ago

      POP: I love pumpkin souffles.

      You forgot one other accomplishment: Our country is now the leading oil producer in the world! WOW I never thought that would ever happen.

      If the Dems win, the stock market will really take a dive!

      We need to all vote for all Republicans and teach the Dems a lesson that we don't want you here! (in the words of Maxine Waters)

      Let's shut them up permanently!

      I am off to the Inn! Save me a seat.....

    • tsadjatko profile image

      6 months ago from now on

      I can’t believe a thing I hear on the MSM. With Trump’s approval rating at 51%, his highest ever (and certainly higher than any other president at this point of the administration) according to Rasmussen, the most accurate poller, I’m seeing Democrats on TV saying his approval ratings are the worst they’ve ever been and not even being challenged by the interviewer.

      When you consider the lies the MSM puts out there a win for Republican’s tuesday won’t be a statement about Trump but as much as a rebuke of the MSM.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Good Morning Tom,

      Amen!! See you at the Inn. I'm buying.

    • breakfastpop profile imageAUTHOR

      breakfastpop 

      6 months ago

      Good Morning Pamela,

      That election is a real head scratcher. How in the world did this crook get on the ballot, and who in their right mind would vote for him? It leaves me speechless. See you at the Inn.

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      Tom Whitworth 

      6 months ago from Moundsville, WV

      Pop and Bug,

      The course of history was changed for the better in November, 2016. Let's stay that course this coming Tuesday and continue to MAGA!!

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      6 months ago from Sunny Florida

      I am happy to say my husband and I voted in the early election. So glad we could vote early as it is a lot easier for us.

      We are very concerned about Gillian for governor of FL. He has stated he is a socialist, he is financially supported by George Soros, he is being investigated by the FBI as he has flown on private jets with a lobbiest and men who have large contracts with the city of Tallahassee, plus it apprears someone has paid for some things that are apparently illegal, wants to impeach Trump and he plans to raise taxes quite a lot!

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