Not bad so far

Seems like the world is shifting under our feet.

Israel drops an intelligence bomb on Iran, right after the two EU heads try and keep the Obama deal going.

NAFTA is really ending up as dealing with China using it as a backdoor.

The Media is being led to put really bad imagery on camera- the caravan of refugees climbing the existing fence, the WHCD desperation comic, the North and South Korea historic moment and James Comey looking more and more like a weasel every day.

Kanye West decides to lead the “Get off the Democrat Plantation” concept as the next big thing, moving the leadership of “the movement” stumbling over their tongues.

Meanwhile, jobs are there for those who want them and wages are rising.

Damn, this feels good. I feel my grandkids just might have a shot at the best country on earth.

I look at POTUS and think he may have the same nerves as the guy in this picture.

That is an 80 foot wave being surfed.

Trump may be the one who redeems the sins of the Boomer generation.

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Author: TKC 1101

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10 thoughts on “Not bad so far”

  1. I saw a post that said that Jeff Sessions was quietly assembling charges to file against a dozen or two Deep Staters, and that Trump’s criticisms of Sessions had been orchestrated between the two of them.  Could anyone cite that post?  I don’t recall where it was.

    I sure hope it turns out to be true.

     

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  2. TKC 1101:
    I look at POTUS and think he may have the same nerves as the guy in this picture.

    He always has and I am working on a post about how the effects of clawing himself out of serious bankruptcy have made him the right man at the right time.

    He’s faced the biggest conceivable failures and not only survived, but prospered.

    I can’t help but respect that.

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  3. MJ, I suggest you follow Sundance at  The Last Refuge, also known as The Conservative Treehouse. He has done a really good job chasing source documents and interpreting what the heck is going on with the Deep State, Trump, Sessions, the Special Counsel and much much more.

    If you want to really step through the mirror, start following Q at qanonposts.pub and enjoy trying to sort what is either a great psyop to seed information to the public or the best hoax ever. Unfortunately, the predictions have been dead on more often than not, so I cannot dismiss it out of hand.

    I have noticed that a fair number of more ‘mainstream’ writers and bloggers are picking up the storyline that the Special Counsel is not what everyone assumed it was.

     

     

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  4. MJBubba:
    I saw a post that said that Jeff Sessions was quietly assembling charges to file against a dozen or two Deep Staters, and that Trump’s criticisms of Sessions had been orchestrated between the two of them.  Could anyone cite that post?  I don’t recall where it was.

    I sure hope it turns out to be true.

    I think the article you saw was in “American Greatness” An Imminent Counterattack Begins the Fight of Our Lives

    By D Hawthorne

     

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  5. JohnnyF:
    MJBubba:   I sure hope it turns out to be true.

    I think the article you saw was in “American Greatness” An Imminent Counterattack Begins the Fight of Our Lives

    JohnnyF !

    Good work.  This is exactly the article.   I hope it is not wishful thinking.

     

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  6. TKC, I was so  with you till the last line.

    What are our “sins”?   Okay. We started out as hippies, but I think most of  my peers worked , like,  really hard at their careers, and most of us became professionals. Just curious: what did we do that was so evil?

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  7. Hypatia:
    TKC, I was so  with you till the last line.

    What are our “sins”?   Okay. We started out as hippies, but I think most of  my peers worked , like,  really hard at their careers, and most of us became professionals. Just curious: what did we do that was so evil?

    Mostly it was the navel gazing by most and the anti-Americanism of too large a faction.

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  8. Hypatia-

    Two answers:

    1. Generic- I have a world view where no one is without sin, that life is a matter of knowing that and changing yourself.

    2. Specific: Being an actual Boomer (1952), my kids who are in their 40s have explained to me the sins of the Boomers- Debt passed down, mainstreaming divorce (even though they only saw it elsewhere) and the usual litany of sins.

    My take is a bit different. We were too spineless to do what my father’s generation would have done. If someone spit on a returning Veteran, his generation would have taken the spitter into a utility room and broken several appendages with help from law enforcement. We tolerated aberrant behavior, and now those jerks run the bureaucracy, academia, the judiciary ,one and three quarters of the two parties and many major corporations. To me, we did not police our own and that is our sin.

    So, if you know a Boomer without sin, tell them they can cast a stone at me.

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