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Subject: Re: OT, kinda, video
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2017 13:42:35 -0400
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In article<>, PeterN
<"peter,newdelete"> wrote:

> >>> Academic qualifications doesn't seem to have much to do with being
> >>> Presidential material.  A vivid imagination involving sights and
> >>> things that didn't happen, and a willingness to lie about anything and
> >>> everything, got the current President in office.
> >>
> >> if that were true, then hillary would have won.
> > 
> > I think that it's good not only for America but for the world community
> > as a whole to get to study a back room character like van Trump live in
> > the open...
> > 
> We have a mean spirited, and selfish megalomaniac as President.

that's what it takes to become president.

honest caring people won't make it past the primary, if they get that

> Does it 
> sound familiar that loyalty to the person supersedes loyalty to our 
> Constitution. I don't think too many days go by without him telling a 
> lie.

every politician lies.

> While telling lies is quite often in the best interests of the 
> public,

rarely, if ever, is that the case.

> but saying meetings did not exist, and talking about the size of 
> the crowd at inauguration? His proposed tax bill will increase taxes on 
> the middle class, while decreasing his own personal taxes, and those of 
> his family.

no different than anyone else who wants to make changes to taxes.

> Don't hold your breath until he imposes the sanctions on 
> Russia, that Congress instructed him to do.

tomorrow's reveal will be interesting.

> I could go a lot further, 
> but I much prefer photography. This is to far OT to continue in this group.

that part is true.