Re: There isn't room..
Posted by **comic relief** on Mar 28, 2019 at 11:06:39 AM:
In Reply to: Re: There isn't room.. posted by **comic relief** on Mar 28, 2019 at 9:49:30 AM:
******in the US House of Representatives for Anti-Semitism and terrorist sympathizers and those that want to destroy America.
******Omar, Tlaib and Ocasio-Cortez must go and the sooner the
*****But there is room in the White House for a terrorist sympathizer and one who is doing everything he can to destroy America?
*****Tell me what you think about his professed love of Kim Jong-un. Tell me what you think about Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud.
*****Tell me what you think about Trump distancing himself and the US from every ally we've held for the last 70 years.
*****Please, tell me just one thing good that Trump is doing for the United States of America.
*****BTW, he's currently hanging out in Mar a Lago. Another trip that costs you, me and the rest of the US a few million. I'm pretty sure you took issue with Obama's golf trips, so please tell me how his trips to his own property are justified. Do you understand he is making money on every single trip he takes to his properties? Do you see anything wrong there?
****We taxpayers paid every time previous presidents made trips to Camp David or elsewhere too so what's your point?
****Trump is s successful business man..he's going to make money no matter what he does... btw you do know he's not taking any salary for being President and it's being donated to charity … right?
****Just like JFK and a couple of others in the past.
****If you don't like then you can stop paying taxes.
***Camp David was built by and is maintained by the federal government. Mar A Lago is a private country club owned and operated by Trump Inc. Trump personally makes a profit every time he visits and it costs the taxpayers $3.4 million per trip. He also spends his time at other properties that he owns, and again the taxpayer is paying money directly into Trump Inc every time. His biggest successes in business has been his brand, do you think that it's OK that he leverages the public office of president to build his personal brand? What do you think about Trump Store selling Trump branded gift sets of the capital building and white house?
***Trump isn't a businessman right now, he is the President of the United States. Wouldn't you like him to act like it once in a while?
***And do you have nothing to say about Trump's love affair with a murderous dictator?
**Love affair with a murderous dictator? roflmao!! I doubt that.
"And then we fell in love, ok. No, really. He wrote me beautiful letters, and they're great letters."
So he goes on and acknowledges that that line will be run by the press, and he says shit like that just to get a crowd, but that is the President of the United States speaking the words 'we fell in love' about a murderous dictator.
Just last week, right after new sanctions were imposed on North Korea, Trump declared the sanctions would be withdrawn. Why? Because, "President Trump likes Chairman Kim and he doesn’t think these sanctions will be necessary."
**So Trump prefers to go somewhere he knows and can relax...so what! He chooses his resort over Camp David. He paid for it
**not you. Just what is the limit on a President traveling nowadays...
Do you not understand that we're all paying for it? He profits from his trips, why is that OK for you?
I could give a fuck less where the president travels and I understand that the taxpayer foots the bill for every president, but this president is making a personal profit off every single golf trip he takes, and he takes a lot. I know you had an issue with Obama traveling and Obama golfing, why is it that you don't have anything to say about Trump?
Trump had plenty to say about Obama's golf trips.
**And I could care less about any merchandising he may do.
**You really do need to find some things to occupy your time.
So you are perfectly OK with someone profiting from the office of President? Even though it clearly goes against government ethics:
An employee shall not use his public office for his own private gain, for the endorsement of any product, service or enterprise, or for the private gain of friends, relatives, or persons with whom the employee is affiliated in a nongovernmental capacity.
I guess ethics don't really mean anything to you...that's been proven time and again here.
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