Bruce, I have heard no one else mention the thought of the Republicans removing a President Trump if necessary. There have been some in my circle of friends that agree with me when I suggested the possibility, though. Good to get your attention. It is heartwarming to be only deplorable and not a deplorable fool.
Bruce, is this one of the attempts you made to have a civil conversation with a Christian Republican who is voting for Trump? This is from the exchange we had on Facebook Saturday evening. I know it is difficult to paraphrase two conversations into one and have it totally accurate. Personally, I'm not big on name calling.
Bruce VanWyngarden Who are you voting for, Allan? Just curious.
Like · Reply · September 17 at 8:46pm
(Unnamed mutual friend) Bruce, who do you think!
Like · Reply · September 17 at 9:21pm
Bruce VanWyngarden I actually don't know. I'm genuinely curious what smart conservative Christians are going to do. I have GOP friends going for McMullen, Johnson, etc. And some holding their nose and voting Trump. Obviously, I think Trump would be a disaster, as do many in the GOP. That's why I asked.
Like · Reply · September 17 at 9:33pm · Edited
Allan Hase I have serious issues with the Washington "ruling class." Trump is a crap shoot and my opinion is Hillary would be an unmitigated disaster. I like the Trump financial team. I think our framers had it right with limited government. I don't believe Trump is in agreement but my choices, like yours, are very limited.
Like · Reply · September 17 at 9:45pm
Bruce VanWyngarden Okay. I respect your opinion, if not your candidate. :)
Like · Reply · September 17 at 9:50pm · Edited
Allan Hase I read '"The Big Short" this week. Third book I have read on the crash. Much more informative and different slant than the other two. It left me quite concerned. Hillary is totally in the pocket of Wall Street. IMO.
Like · Reply · September 17 at 9:55pm
Bruce VanWyngarden Possibly, but I'll take flawed over nuts any day. We'll have to agree to cancel each other out.
Like · Reply · September 17 at 9:59pm
Allan Hase Here is more I have considered. The Republicans would remove Trump if necessary. The Democrats just circle the wagons.
Like · Reply · September 17 at 10:01pm
I am not only amused by the story, but jealous of the prankster that pulled this off.
Can someone tell the President about some of this technology? He seems to be the last to learn about everything.
How did Bruce miss that?
Packrat - If you do a little fact checking yourself, you will see the Republicans are the ones that supported the Civil Rights Act of 1964 much more than the Democrats. Senate Republicans 27-6, Democrats 46-21. House Republicans 136-35, Democrats 156-91. Do you know what the issue was that gave birth to the Republican Party?
Bruce - My parents were also bothered by Senator McCains selection of Sarah Palin. I call it old age.
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