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What’s Your Reaction?

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  1. 173rdHerd says:

    A.G.Whitaker gave the conservatives their new battle cry, “Dems. your five minutes is up”.

  2. ktuncia says:

    Rasmussen is more positive to Trump because they don’t use human’s to conduct their polls. They use a computer and thus people are free to be more honest and there is no bias in the way the question is asked or the response is recorded. They do however tend to poll people in cities because of the greater population base and that tends to slant it slightly more liberal.

  3. Phil says:

    I enjoyed & thought the SOTU speech was very good. While there is still much to be done with our economy & society behavior, he is working on it in a positive way with a positive attitude and agenda.

  4. Mike says:

    All you have to do is look at what President Trump proposes more jobs – fair trade – less regulations and taxes – secure borders -and then look at what the Democrats are proposing – 70% tax rate on the wealthy – more government – open borders – post delivery abortions and transvestites or whoever else “identifies” as a woman that day in the ladies rooms. Kind of a NO BRAINER REALLY. Then add all of the hypocrisy from the Democrats when it is one of them that is exposed for racism – sexism etc. I saw to day that Nutty Nancy Pelosi said “NO WALL” – and how many Democrats are bucking against her maybe “NO PELOSI” is a better idea.

  5. Grizz says:

    Is this a Woke moment for America?

  6. leslie85223 says:

    To those 49% who do not feel there is an economic recovery since Trump became POTUS I woild say for them to return the fat tax refunds they received back to the government . . .
    It is pitiful that party politics has become such a “unionized” trype of organization that includes blind “faith” and strong arm tactics while continuing to widen the breach. The real losers will be the normal citizens, not those manipulating the voters . . .

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