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The President & the Executive Branch Discuss Trump and O'Rourke at the Political Forums; Originally Posted by cnredd The problem is that the Liberal base will not ALLOW for "sitting down amicably"... Remember this ...

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The problem is that the Liberal base will not ALLOW for "sitting down amicably"...

Remember this from earlier this year?...

Joe Biden said something nice about Mike Pence. Big mistake.

Any Democrat that even HINTS of "sitting down amicably" gets backhanded by their own...
oh blow knee

remember when nan and schu sat down w trump and talked about comprehensive immigration reform and republicans told him to back off that?
next day he took their advice. and we fought ever since.
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Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell are the same exact person
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I do find it most unfortunate that President Trump has chosen to deride Beto O'Rourke as a "bastard."

Such language is surely beneath the dignity of the office.

Just as importantly, it is really not the very epitome of decency to kick a person when he is already down. And that is what the president has done here--presumably, in the hope that his "base" will like that sort of Tough Guy approach.
People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones and O'Rourke threw a lot of them at Trump with his bogus Nazi comparisons and other ****. So Trump should kick him when he is down.
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People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones...
I thoroughly agree.

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...and O'Rourke threw a lot of them at Trump with his bogus Nazi comparisons and other ****.
Again, quite true.

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So Trump should kick him when he is down.
This is where I disagree.
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People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones and O'Rourke threw a lot of them at Trump with his bogus Nazi comparisons and other ****. So Trump should kick him when he is down.
Personally I believe that Trump should just ignore Robert Francis O'Rourke. If someone brings him up, he should just act as though he has no idea of who O'Rourke is. He doesn't have to be vulgar of insulting, just dismiss his very existence. THAT would be the ultimate insult without dropping into the gutter.
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