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Friday, June 9, 2017

Speech Trump Gave to Evangelicals (During Comey)

   "We understand that a nation is more than just geography. A nation is the sum of its citizens: their hopes, their dreams, their values and their prayers. America is a land rich with history and culture, and filled with people of courage, kindness and strength. Though we have many stories we all share at home, the one thing we do share is one beautiful destiny.
Whether we are black, or brown, or white, we all bleed the same red blood. We all salute the same great American flag. And we are all made by the same almighty God. We face many challenges, there are many hills and mountains to climb, but one by one, we will scale those summits, and we will get the job done and get job done correctly.

We will prove worthy of this very, very important moment in history. As long as we have pride in our beliefs, courage in our convictions and faith in our God, then we will not fail. And, as long as our country remains true to its values, loyal to its citizens and devoted to its Creator, then our best days are yet to come. Because we will make America great again!"

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

What did all of those words actually mean? What is Trump actually committing to?

Anonymous said...

Empty words spoken by an atheist president.

guy faulkes said...

Goofus, I pity you.

Anonymous said...

You're pitiless and pitiful.

USS Rodger Young said...

noneymouse coward,

3 posts and 25 words. Great job. Your learning comprehension must've been fairly low on the CAT. You also exhibit classic symptoms of dyslexia. Not that that's bad, but it does help explain the one line quips. Many folks with dyslexia operate within the realm of soundbites and tidbits. Again, not that this disability is wrong or bad, just a symptom of the general inability to carry on a thought steam beyond a sentence or two. One tactic many have used is to jot down relevant notes regarding a certain topic and then build from those notes while composing a meaningful message. The only problem with you doing this is the extreme difficulty in building any type of argument based on lies, rumor, and subterfuge. You're in a tough spot and it show. LOL!! Stings don't it.

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

Anonymous said...

Too many words confuses you.

Add that to my word count since you are keeping score.

USS Rodger Young said...

Noneymouse coward,

You got me on that one. Total domination. LOL!!! The dyslexia thing hit home didn't it. Didn't mean to call you out, but like I've said over the past decade, my last boyfriend was a psychiatrist and used to read this site quite regularly. He often gave me a diagnosis of the various village idiots who used to post here. One liberal poster was so "touched" by the diagnosis, he/she never posted again. We won't have that problem with you. The one line quipers never go away, they just continue on to the next short thought that enters the mind. It's a sort of short-circuited stream of consciousness if you well. Since you've brought attention to the word count confusion, I'll stop here. The first two sentences were for you. The last 9 are for other readers who enjoy it for what it is. LOL!!!!

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

Ben Stuart

USS Rodger Young said...

Noneymouse coward,

Since you've responded to this post, it more than likely means you read my first post on the illegal alien who received the Roan Award. Why no comment on that. Too many words for a dyslexic to read? You better run get big brother to help you out with that one. LOL!!!!!!

Your ole pal

Sam Shepard

USS Rodger Young

Anonymous said...

Roger

Do you believe Trump believes you're to ignorant to know he's lying to you or he thinks you won't care?

USS Rodger Young said...

noneymouse coward

do you think husein obummer believed you were to ignorant to know he was lying during Operation Fast and Furious or does he think you won't care? In your case, he KNEW you wouldn't care which is why he invoked Executive Privilege to thwart him or his henchmen (Eric Holder) from having to testify. Trump says he will be happy to testify - no mention of Executive Privilege like obummer. Stings don't it.

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

PS - No, Operation Fast and Furious isn't going anywhere much to the chagrin of liberal socialist sheep (you).

PSS - Keep it up and we'll mention Waco where Hillary and her husband incinerated 84 men, women, AND CHILDREN. Funny how the Waco ovens are NEVER mentioned by the liberal news media.

Anonymous said...

Roger you never answered the question. Do you and other Trump supporters here believe Trump thinks his base is too ignorant to know he's lying or do you believe Trump's base doesn't care that he's lying about nearly everything, ever petty things?

Anonymous said...

And anonymous Have you stopped beating your wife?

Anonymous said...

Trump 's lies, bankruptcies, divorces, legal battles over unpaid debts to wage earning craftsmen, small businesses and discrimination are well documented in public records. Trump 's words are recorded in hours of video.

USS Rodger Young said...

Noneymouse coward,

If it were so well documented, then why did former Democrats come over to the Republican side and vote for Trump? LOL! Also, do you have any proof of this, or do you repeat the MSNBC soundbite?

Your ole pal

USS Rodger Young

PS I see you dodged the question on Operation Fast and Furious that I've been asking for the past 6 years. Why the dodge?