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 on: June 02, 2017, 09:43:31 pm 
Started by Milo - Last post by injest
Thanks, Jess. We had a blast that afternoon. The black woman was quite in control of herself, especially for  Democrat. The White Democrat looked as if her head might explode at any moment. What was interesting is that, after we finished recording, the black Democrat took the white Democrat to task over Hillary stealing the primary from Bernie. That was entertaining!!

I knew she was a Democrat before she opened her mouth...just had that bitchy holier than thou look about her..

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 on: June 02, 2017, 12:27:26 pm 
Started by Milo - Last post by Milo

aww! look at you on the TV! you did good...well spoken and reasoned!

good for you!

Thanks, Jess. We had a blast that afternoon. The black woman was quite in control of herself, especially for  Democrat. The White Democrat looked as if her head might explode at any moment. What was interesting is that, after we finished recording, the black Democrat took the white Democrat to task over Hillary stealing the primary from Bernie. That was entertaining!!

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 on: June 01, 2017, 11:57:47 pm 
Started by Milo - Last post by injest
Back on Monday, ABC News pulled together some voters in our county to talk about President Trump's first 100 days in office. The edited Nightline segment aired last night, but below is the video of the whole conversation that was live streamed on Monday.

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/video/listening-america-doylestown-penn-voters-nations-political-climate-46996634


aww! look at you on the TV! you did good...well spoken and reasoned!

good for you!

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 on: May 25, 2017, 12:14:44 am 
Started by MagicM - Last post by MagicM
Hi Milo,

Good to hear about the People for Trump groups. And you are doing your part as an individual.

We are seeing the power of the Left in full outcry and it fills me with dismay. With some exceptions our side of politics has neither the fanatic temperament nor the resources - human, institutional or financial - to match them.








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 on: May 24, 2017, 01:30:48 pm 
Started by MagicM - Last post by Milo
Trump is in danger from a number of different directions. The media continues to be his worst enemy.

There is supposedly some vaguely defined "resistance" movement going on among some of the left in America. I'm not really clear on what the resistance is trying to do. Either they are trying to eliminate Trump, block legislation that they don't like, or both. But the resistance has been quite week. In spite of "millions" of phone calls, e-mails, petition signatures, etc., they were not able to keep the House from passing Trump's healthcare bill. It still has to go through Senate, so they might have a chance there, but we'll see.

In an effort to counter the "resistance," Trump supporters have created local & regional People4Trump groups. I belong to one that is just over 1,000 strong. One thing that we have been doing is talking to the media. So far, I have appeared on my local ABC affiliate, national ABC News/Nightline, Belgian TV, and New Delhi TV in India. In a few weeks I will be THE guest on the weekly radio show of a woman who writes for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and is a panelist on the local Sunday morning political round-table on TV in Philadelphia. People4Trump is committed to making sure that the opinions and thinking of Trump supporters is represented so people get to see both sides of America. In addition to that, our People4Trump group has regular monthly events where we feature up-and-coming GOP candidates who will be running for office. Next week, we will be hosting an early gubernatorial hopeful. We are a 100% grass-roots organization, and receive no support from the national GOP, the state GOP, or the county GOP.

The local "resistance" has had only one rally so far that I'm aware of. They made the paper last week, and reports are that there were fewer than 200 people from about 8 different organizations around the county. Then down in Philadelphia there is an Antifa chapter that has been out trying to harass Trump supporters at a couple of gatherings.

What is really bothersome is that we just had local primary elections here in Pennsylvania. In Philadelphia, the winning Democrat for District Attorney was funded by George Soros to the tune of $1.47 million. We don't know how far down the food chain Soros' money will reach, but if he's willing to fund a DA, he will definitely throw money at a governor's race. Beyond that, voter turn-out was abysmally low across the state. If the left is serious about their "resistance," you would think there would have been more Democrat turnout. If the right is serious about staying in power, you would think there would have been more Republican turnout. This last primary tells me that people on both sides have let their guard down.   

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 on: May 17, 2017, 03:56:09 am 
Started by MagicM - Last post by MagicM
If you are not to wake up to a President Pence by the end of this year, mainstream Americans need to take to the streets in support of your President sooner rather than later.


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 on: April 28, 2017, 01:58:37 pm 
Started by Milo - Last post by Milo
Back on Monday, ABC News pulled together some voters in our county to talk about President Trump's first 100 days in office. The edited Nightline segment aired last night, but below is the video of the whole conversation that was live streamed on Monday.

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/video/listening-america-doylestown-penn-voters-nations-political-climate-46996634

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 on: April 26, 2017, 12:25:22 pm 
Started by Milo - Last post by Milo
Boys shift the blame, men accept responsibility.
Boys break their word, men honor their commitments.
Boys quit when it gets tough, men get stronger.
Boys run when they're scared, men face that fear.
Boys get loud for attention, men command it.
Boys tell people how good they are, men show it.
Boys have sex, men make love.
Boys shirk their work, men embrace it.
Boys consume, men produce.
Boys are prideful, men are humble.
Boys are hard-headed, men are open-minded.
Boys need to be cared for, men care for others.
Boys compound their mistakes, men learn from them.
Boys seek approval, men know who they are.
Boys get in the way, men lead the way.
Boys talk, men act.
Boys deceive, men are truthful.
Boys go with the status quo, men forge new paths.
Boys use other people, men serve them.
Boys complain about problems, men fix them.

--Ryan Michler: Order of Man
https://www.facebook.com/groups/orderofman/?fref=nf

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 on: March 02, 2017, 02:24:08 am 
Started by injest - Last post by injest
Brad, you are right. The loss of seats tells the story. This election wasn't only about Trump. It was repudiation of the Democratic party and their failed policies. This turnover that happened went from the White House, down through Congress, into the state legislatures, and on down to local county government, school boards, township boards of supervisors, and city/borough councils all over the country.

America is sick and tired of business as usual.

the Left got cocky....and they got the backlash I have been predicting since 2006...

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 on: March 02, 2017, 02:19:27 am 
Started by injest - Last post by injest
Darius and Adele did a great job!!

But it must be weird in a way, and a great honor in another way to watch people who are more more famous than you singing your song.

yep...it looked like the woman was crying..can't remember her name

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