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    Trump's Accomplishments

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    Since taking office, President Trump has strengthened American leadership, security, prosperity, and accountability.

    After 500 days, the results are clear: the American economy is stronger, American workers are experiencing more opportunities, confidence is soaring, and business is booming.

    President Trump has re-asserted American leadership on the world stage, secured vital investments in our military, and stood up against threats to our national security.

    President Trump has put the American people first and made government more accountable.

    AMERICA’S ECONOMY IS STRONGER: The American economy is stronger today and American workers are better off thanks to President Trump’s pro-growth agenda.

    Nearly 3 million jobs have been created since President Trump took office.
    304,000 manufacturing jobs have been created since President Trump took office, and manufacturing employment stands at its highest level since December 2008.

    337,000 construction jobs have been created since President Trump took office, and construction employment stands at its highest level since June 2008.

    Under President Trump, the unemployment rate has dropped to 3.8, the lowest rate since April 2000, and job openings have reached 6.6 million, the highest level recorded.

    67 percent of Americans believe now is a good time to find a quality job, according to Gallup.

    Only under President Trump have more than 50 percent of Americans believed it is a good time to find a quality job since Gallup began asking the question 17 years ago.

    President Trump prioritized job training and workforce development to empower workers to seize more opportunities, signing an Executive Order to expand apprenticeship opportunities.

    President Trump has restored confidence in the American economy, with confidence among both consumers and businesses reaching historic highs.

    Consumer confidence in current conditions has reached a 17-year high, according to the Conference Board.

    Optimism among manufacturers has hit record highs under President Trump, according to the National Association of Manufacturers.

    Small business optimism has sustained record-high levels under President Trump according to the National Federation of Independent Business.

    President Trump signed the historic Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law, cutting taxes for American families and making American business more competitive.

    American families received $3.2 trillion in gross tax cuts and saw the child tax credit double.

    The top corporate tax rate was lowered from 35 percent to 21 percent so American businesses could be more competitive.

    President Trump has rolled back unnecessary job-killing regulations beyond expectations.

    In 2017, President Trump far exceeded his promise to eliminate regulations at a two-to-one ratio, issuing 22 deregulatory actions for every new regulatory action.

    The Administration rolled back rules and regulations harming farmers and energy producers, such as the Waters of the United States Rule and the Clean Power Plan.

    Regional and community banks and credit unions got relief after President Trump signed legislation reducing harmful requirements imposed by the Dodd-Frank Act.

    Since taking office, President Trump has advanced free, fair, and reciprocal trade deals that protect American workers, ending decades of destructive trade policies.

    Days after taking office, the President withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations and agreement.

    President Trump’s Administration is working to defend American intellectual property from China’s unfair practices through a range of actions.

    The President improved the KORUS trade agreement with the Republic of Korea, which will allow more U.S. automobile exports to South Korea with lower tariffs and increase U.S. pharmaceutical access to South Korea.
    American agriculture has gained access to new markets under President Trump.

    AMERICA IS WINNING ON THE WORLD STAGE: President Trump has re-asserted American leadership on the world stage and is achieving results for the American people.

    President Trump followed through on his promise to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

    President Trump ordered an end to United States participation in the horrible Iran deal and immediately began the process of re-imposing sanctions that had been lifted or waived.

    The President has taken action to confront aggression by Iran and its proxies.

    The Department of the Treasury has issued a range of sanctions targeting Iranian activities and entities, including the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Qods Force.

    Under President Trump, the United States has led an unprecedented global campaign to achieve the peaceful denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

    President Trump’s leadership has contributed to the return of 17 Americans held overseas.

    In May 2018 alone, Venezuela released one American and North Korea released three Americans who came home to the United States.

    The President has secured historic increases in defense funding in order to rebuild our Nation’s military with the resources they need, after years of harmful sequester.

    President Trump signed legislation to provide $700 billion in defense spending for fiscal year (FY) 2018 and $716 billion for FY 2019.

    The United States has worked with international allies to decimate ISIS.
    President Trump ordered strikes against Syria in response to the regime’s use of chemical weapons in April 2017 and April 2018.

    The Trump Administration has imposed a range of sanctions on the Maduro dictatorship in Venezuela, including sanctions targeting Maduro and other senior government officials.

    AMERICA’S COMMUNITIES ARE SAFER AND MORE SECURE: President Trump has worked to secure our borders, enforce our immigration laws, and protect the safety and security of American communities.

    Despite limited resources and obstruction from Congress, President Trump has worked to take control of our border and enforce our immigration laws.

    President Trump has called on Congress to provide the resources needed to secure our borders and close loopholes that prevent immigration laws from being fully enforced.

    President Trump authorized the deployment of the National Guard to help secure our borders.

    President Trump’s Administration has carried out immigration enforcement efforts based on the rule of law.

    From the start of President Trump’s Administration to the end of FY 2017, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) made 110,568 arrests of illegal aliens.
    Arrests made in this timeframe represented a 42 percent increase from the same timeframe in FY 2016.

    Of the 110,568 arrests made, 92 percent had a criminal conviction, pending criminal charge, were an ICE fugitive, or had a reinstated final order of removal.

    President Trump has made clear that his Administration will continue to combat the threat of MS-13 in order to protect communities from the horrendous violence the gang has spread.

    In 2017, the Department of Justice worked with partners in Central America to file criminal charges against more than 4,000 members of MS-13.

    The Trump Administration has cracked down on the import and distribution of illegal drugs in order to stop them from reaching our communities and causing even more devastation.

    As of April 2018, U.S. Border Patrol has seized 284 pounds of fentanyl in FY 2018, already surpassing the total of 181 pounds seized in FY 2017.
    The President has launched a nationwide effort to fight the opioid crisis, which has devastated communities across America.

    The President’s Opioid Initiative seeks to reduce drug demand, cut off the flow of illicit drugs, and save lives by expanding treatment opportunities.
    President Trump signed an omnibus spending bill which provides nearly $4 billion to address the opioid epidemic.

    The bill included $1 billion for grants focused on the hardest hit States and Tribes and provided funding for a public-private research partnership on pain and addiction.

    AMERICA’S GOVERNMENT IS MORE ACCOUNTABLE: Since taking office, President Trump has worked to ensure government is more accountable to the American people.

    President Trump has confirmed the most circuit court judges of any President in their first year, and secured Justice Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the United States Supreme Court.

    President Trump has signed legislation to bring more accountability to the Department of Veterans Affairs and provide our veterans with more choice in the care they receive.

    President Trump signed the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017, improving processes for addressing misconduct.

    President Trump signed the VA Choice and Quality Employment Act into law, authorizing $2.1 billion in additional funds for the Veterans Choice Program.

    President Trump successfully eliminated the penalty for Obamacare’s burdensome individual mandate.

    The President’s Administration is seeking to provide more affordable health coverage and broader access to affordable alternatives to Obamacare plans.

    President Trump has released a blueprint to lower drug prices for Americans.

    President Trump has ensured that the religious liberties and conscience of Americans are protected and respected by the Federal government.

    President Trump signed an Executive Order to protect the free speech and religious liberties of groups such as the Little Sisters of the Poor.

    The Department of Justice issued guidance to all executive agencies on protecting religious liberty in federal programs.
    Originally Posted by nomaxim
    Sorry there ''ohein56', but it appears that 'Joecool44' does not have the position that you envision on this topic.

    'Joecool44' has, as a matter of routine, refuted most of your accusations
    Quote Originally Posted by Jax74 View Post
    Some people have the ability to think critically, some do not. ohein obviously doesn't.

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    Re: Trump's Accomplishments

    Quote Originally Posted by Joecool44 View Post
    Chew on this lexx:
    Lexx can't handle it, it's too factual!

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    Re: Trump's Accomplishments

    Originally Posted by nomaxim
    Sorry there ''ohein56', but it appears that 'Joecool44' does not have the position that you envision on this topic.

    'Joecool44' has, as a matter of routine, refuted most of your accusations
    Quote Originally Posted by Jax74 View Post
    Some people have the ability to think critically, some do not. ohein obviously doesn't.

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    Re: Trump's Accomplishments

    Is 40% of americans democrats?
    Originally Posted by nomaxim
    Sorry there ''ohein56', but it appears that 'Joecool44' does not have the position that you envision on this topic.

    'Joecool44' has, as a matter of routine, refuted most of your accusations
    Quote Originally Posted by Jax74 View Post
    Some people have the ability to think critically, some do not. ohein obviously doesn't.

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    Re: Trump's Accomplishments

    Quote Originally Posted by Joecool44 View Post
    Is 40% of americans democrats?
    Here's some stats.

    The chart gives the Month, day and year. Three sets of percentages. First is Republican, second is Independent and third is Democrat.


    In politics, as of today, do you consider yourself a Republican, a Democrat or an independent?
    Trend since 2004
    Republicans Independents Democrats

    2018 May 1-10 26% 43% 29%
    2018 Apr 2-11 24 45 29
    2018 Mar 1-8 23 45 29
    2018 Feb 1-10 28 42 27
    2018 Jan 2-7 22 44 32
    2017 Dec 4-11 25 46 27
    2017 Nov 2-8 25 42 30
    2017 Oct 5-11 24 42 31
    2017 Sep 6-10 29 40 30
    2017 Aug 2-6 28 41 28
    2017 Jul 5-9 25 45 28
    2017 Jun 7-11 26 42 30
    2017 May 3-7 29 40 28
    2017 Apr 5-9 25 44 28
    2017 Mar 1-5 26 42 30
    2017 Feb 1-5 31 37 31
    2017 Jan 4-8 28 44 25
    2016 Dec 7-11 28 39 29
    2016 Nov 9-13 27 40 30
    2016 Nov 1-6 27 36 31
    2016 Oct 5-9 27 36 32
    2016 Sep 14-18 27 40 32
    2016 Sep 7-11 29 38 31
    2016 Aug 3-7 27 38 31
    2016 Jul 13-17 28 42 28
    2016 Jun 14-23 28 39 31
    2016 Jun 1-5 27 41 30
    2016 May 18-22 27 45 28
    2016 May 4-8 31 37 30
    2016 Apr 6-10 25 44 31
    2016 Mar 2-6 26 38 32
    2016 Feb 3-7 30 37 30
    2016 Jan 21-25 29 39 31
    2016 Jan 6-10 26 44 29
    2015 Dec 2-6 27 40 30
    2015 Nov 4-8 28 39 30
    2015 Oct 7-11 25 42 29
    2015 Sep 9-13 27 43 27
    2015 Aug 5-9 27 41 31
    2015 Jul 8-12 23 46 28
    2015 Jun 2-7 25 41 31
    2015 May 6-10 26 41 30
    2015 Apr 9-12 24 42 31
    2015 Mar 6-9 27 44 28
    2015 Feb 8-11 25 43 29
    2015 Jan 5-8 29 42 28
    2014 Dec 8-11 27 40 31
    2014 Nov 6-9 28 41 28
    2014 Oct 29-Nov 2 26 39 32
    2014 Oct 12-15 33 35 29
    2014 Sep 25-30 26 42 30
    2014 Sep 4-7 25 47 26
    2014 Aug 7-10 26 40 31
    2014 Jul 7-10 23 45 29
    2014 Jun 5-8 24 46 28
    2014 May 8-11 24 43 31
    2014 Apr 24-30 23 43 32
    2014 Apr 3-6 25 42 29
    2014 Mar 6-9 25 42 30
    2014 Feb 6-9 23 45 30
    2014 Jan 5-8 24 45 29
    2013 Dec 5-8 24 44 30
    2013 Nov 7-10 23 46 28
    2013 Oct 3-6 20 47 30
    2013 Sep 5-8 22 45 31
    2013 Aug 7-11 24 43 31
    2013 Jul 10-14 25 42 31
    2013 Jun 20-24 26 41 31
    2013 Jun 1-4 26 41 31
    2013 May 2-7 28 39 32
    2013 Apr 4-14 26 40 33
    2013 Mar 7-10 27 36 35
    2013 Feb 7-10 28 38 32
    2013 Jan 7-10 27 38 33
    2012 Dec 27-30 27 36 34
    2012 Dec 19-22 25 35 38
    2012 Dec 14-17 25 39 34
    2012 Nov 26-29 29 37 31
    2012 Nov 15-18 27 38 32
    2012 Nov 9-12 28 38 33
    2012 Nov 1-4 30 33 35
    2012 Sep 24-27 28 38 32
    2012 Sep 6-9 27 36 35
    2012 Aug 20-22 28 41 31
    2012 Aug 9-12 26 42 29
    2012 Jul 19-22 28 41 30
    2012 Jul 9-12 27 41 30
    2012 Jun 7-10 30 39 30
    2012 May 10-13 27 44 29
    2012 May 3-5 28 38 32
    2012 Apr 9-12 29 41 29
    2012 Mar 8-11 27 42 30
    2012 Feb 16-19 27 43 29
    2012 Feb 2-5 27 43 29
    2012 Jan 5-8 27 42 30
    2011 Dec 15-18 30 42 27
    2011 Nov 28-Dec 1 25 45 28
    2011 Nov 3-6 27 35 36
    2011 Oct 6-9 26 41 31
    2011 Sep 15-18 21 46 32
    2011 Sep 8-11 25 44 30
    2011 Aug 11-14 28 44 26
    2011 Aug 4-7 24 42 34
    2011 Jul 12-15 25 42 30
    2011 Jul 7-10 29 39 30
    2011 Jun 9-12 30 38 29
    2011 May 5-8 29 37 32
    2011 Apr 20-23 31 36 32
    2011 Apr 7-11 26 42 30
    2011 Mar 25-27 25 40 32
    2011 Mar 3-6 29 39 29
    2011 Feb 2-5 28 40 31
    2011 Jan 14-16 28 42 28
    2011 Jan 7-9 29 37 31
    2010 Dec 10-12 33 34 32
    2010 Nov 19-21 29 40 29
    2010 Nov 4-7 26 41 31
    2010 Oct 28-31 29 36 32
    2010 Oct 21-24 29 34 33
    2010 Oct 14-17 30 36 30
    2010 Oct 7-10 30 34 33
    2010 Sep 30-Oct 3 29 37 30
    2010 Sep 23-26 30 34 32
    2010 Sep 13-16 30 41 28
    2010 Aug 27-30 28 41 30
    2010 Aug 5-8 29 40 30
    2010 Jul 27-Aug 1 30 37 31
    2010 Jul 8-11 26 40 30
    2010 Jun 11-13 28 33 36
    2010 May 24-25 28 40 30
    2010 May 3-6 30 36 32
    2010 Apr 8-11 26 42 29
    2010 Mar 26-28 28 40 31
    2010 Mar 4-7 29 39 30
    2010 Feb 1-3 27 40 33
    2010 Jan 8-10 28 36 34
    2009 Dec 11-13 29 36 33
    2009 Oct 16-19 25 41 32
    2009 Oct 1-4 27 38 33
    2009 Sep 11-13 26 40 33
    2009 Aug 31-Sep 2 28 36 35
    2009 Aug 6-9 28 35 35
    2009 Jul 17-19 26 39 33
    2009 Jul 10-12 29 33 37
    2009 Jun 14-17 29 37 32
    2009 May 29-31 26 37 35
    2009 May 7-10 32 34 32
    2009 Apr 20-21 27 36 36
    2009 Apr 6-9 24 40 35
    2009 Mar 27-29 28 35 35
    2009 Mar 5-8 25 35 38
    2009 Feb 20-22 27 36 34
    2009 Feb 9-12 29 36 33
    2009 Jan 30-Feb 1 27 35 36
    2009 Jan 9-11 30 33 36
    2008 Dec 12-14 26 35 37
    2008 Dec 4-7 27 33 37
    2008 Nov 13-16 26 35 39
    2008 Nov 7-9 28 37 33
    2008 Oct 23-26 33 32 34
    2008 Oct 10-12 30 33 35
    2008 Oct 3-5 27 38 33
    2008 Sep 26-27 28 35 35
    2008 Sep 8-11 32 31 35
    2008 Sep 5-7 30 34 35
    2008 Aug 21-23 27 37 36
    2008 Aug 7-10 31 32 35
    2008 Jul 25-27 29 33 36
    2008 Jul 10-13 27 35 35
    2008 Jun 15-19 30 35 34
    2008 Jun 9-12 29 36 33
    2008 May 30-Jun1 26 36 37
    2008 May 8-11 27 35 37
    2008 May 1-3 27 37 36
    2008 Apr 18-20 25 38 36
    2008 Apr 6-9 26 35 37
    2008 Mar 14-16 29 33 38
    2008 Mar 6-9 28 37 34
    2008 Feb 21-24 29 34 36
    2008 Feb 11-14 26 34 40
    2008 Feb 8-10 28 34 37
    2008 Jan 30-Feb 2 29 36 35
    2008 Jan 10-13 28 38 34
    2008 Jan 4-6 30 35 34
    2007 Dec 14-16 27 39 33
    2007 Dec 6-9 30 36 32
    2007 Nov 30-Dec 2 28 41 31
    2007 Nov 11-14 27 38 33
    2007 Nov 2-4 25 41 34
    2007 Oct 12-14 24 43 31
    2007 Oct 4-7 28 38 32
    2007 Sep 14-16 28 38 33
    2007 Sep 7-8 26 41 32
    2007 Aug 13-16 28 40 30
    2007 Aug 3-5 27 43 30
    2007 Jul 12-15 29 37 32
    2007 Jul 6-8 25 43 31
    2007 Jun 11-14 27 38 34
    2007 Jun 1-3 31 36 31
    2007 May 10-13 27 38 34
    2007 May 4-6 27 40 33
    2007 Apr 13-15 29 36 34
    2007 Apr 2-5 30 36 34
    2007 Mar 23-25 29 36 33
    2007 Mar 11-14 31 35 32
    2007 Mar 2-4 27 37 35
    2007 Feb 9-11 26 41 32
    2007 Feb 1-4 26 37 35
    2007 Jan 15-18 30 32 36
    2007 Jan 12-14 28 40 32
    2007 Jan 5-7 27 42 31
    2006 Dec 11-14 30 34 35
    2006 Dec 8-10 29 36 34
    2006 Nov 9-12 24 40 35
    2006 Nov 2-5 31 32 34
    2006 Oct 20-22 29 34 35
    2006 Oct 9-12 28 35 34
    2006 Oct 6-8 29 31 38
    2006 Sep 15-17 31 34 34
    2006 Sep 7-10 30 33 35
    2006 Aug 18-20 33 32 34
    2006 Aug 7-10 31 31 36
    2006 Jul 28-30 32 29 38
    2006 Jul 21-23 29 37 33
    2006 Jul 6-9 31 33 34
    2006 Jun 23-26 26 36 37
    2006 Jun 9-11 35 27 37
    2006 Jun 1-4 30 35 34
    2006 May 12-13 30 36 34
    2006 May 8-11 29 35 34
    2006 May 5-7 29 37 32
    2006 Apr 28-30 30 35 34
    2006 Apr 10-13 31 33 35
    2006 Apr 7-9 31 33 35
    2006 Mar 13-16 28 36 33
    2006 Mar 10-12 32 33 34
    2006 Feb 28-Mar 1 32 31 35
    2006 Feb 9-12 30 39 31
    2006 Feb 6-9 33 34 30
    2006 Jan 20-22 32 32 34
    2006 Jan 9-12 34 34 31
    2006 Jan 6-8 34 33 32
    2005 Dec 19-22 29 36 32
    2005 Dec 16-18 31 36 32
    2005 Dec 9-11 30 38 31
    2005 Dec 5-8 36 31 31
    2005 Nov 17-20 33 30 34
    2005 Nov 11-13 31 34 34
    2005 Nov 7-10 32 33 33
    2005 Oct 28-30 32 37 30
    2005 Oct 24-26 33 30 35
    2005 Oct 21-23 34 33 33
    2005 Oct 13-16 30 33 36
    2005 Sep 26-28 32 34 33
    2005 Sep 16-18 30 33 36
    2005 Sep 12-15 30 37 31
    2005 Sep 8-11 33 34 32
    2005 Aug 28-30 32 32 35
    2005 Aug 22-25 29 34 35
    2005 Aug 8-11 33 30 35
    2005 Aug 5-7 33 35 31
    2005 Jul 25-28 28 37 33
    2005 Jul 22-24 32 31 36
    2005 Jul 7-10 30 33 35
    2005 Jun 29-30 29 31 38
    2005 Jun 24-26 33 32 34
    2005 Jun 16-19 33 31 34
    2005 Jun 6-8 33 34 31
    2005 May 23-26 33 34 31
    2005 May 20-22 29 33 36
    2005 May 2-5 35 30 34
    2005 Apr 29-May 1 34 34 31
    2005 Apr 18-21 35 29 35
    2005 Apr 1-2 35 33 31
    2005 Mar 21-23 32 29 37
    2005 Mar 18-20 35 31 32
    2005 Mar 7-10 35 31 32
    2005 Feb 25-27 38 27 34
    2005 Feb 21-24 37 31 29
    2005 Feb 7-10 34 30 35
    2005 Feb 4-6 37 35 28
    2005 Jan 14-16 33 36 30
    2005 Jan 7-9 35 29 36
    2005 Jan 3-5 37 27 35
    2004 Dec 17-19 33 30 35
    2004 Dec 5-8 37 29 32
    2004 Nov 19-21 38 31 30
    2004 Nov 7-10 38 27 35
    2004 Oct 29-31 34 27 37
    2004 Oct 22-24 35 29 36
    2004 Oct 14-16 38 29 33
    2004 Oct 11-14 33 32 35
    2004 Oct 9-10 35 30 34
    2004 Oct 1-3 36 27 37
    2004 Sep 24-26 39 28 31
    2004 Sep 13-15 37 29 33
    2004 Sep 3-5 37 29 34
    2004 Aug 23-25 35 32 32
    2004 Aug 9-11 36 29 34
    2004 Jul 30-Aug 1 35 28 36
    2004 Jul 19-21 37 28 34
    2004 Jul 8-11 35 27 36
    2004 Jun 21-23 32 33 34
    2004 Jun 3-6 33 31 35
    2004 May 21-23 33 31 34
    2004 May 7-9 32 32 33
    2004 May 2-4 32 31 36
    2004 Apr 16-18 32 32 34
    2004 Apr 5-8 34 30 34
    2004 Mar 26-28 36 30 32
    2004 Mar 8-11 31 35 33
    2004 Mar 5-7 33 31 35
    2004 Feb 16-17 30 39 31
    2004 Feb 9-12 32 35 32
    2004 Feb 6-8 33 36 30
    2004 Jan 29-Feb 1 31 35 33
    2004 Jan 12-15 32 33 34
    2004 Jan 9-11 33 35 31
    2004 Jan 2-5 32 40 28
    GALLUP






    http://news.gallup.com/poll/15370/pa...filiation.aspx
    Last edited by PeggieSue; 06-06-2018 at 01:59 PM. Reason: fixing the chart

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    Re: Trump's Accomplishments

    tRUMPS greatest accomplishment so far......DODGED a BULLET, PROSECUTION, HARD TIME, DEBTORS PRISON, hasn't started a NUCLEAR WAR!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lexx View Post
    tRUMPS greatest accomplishment so far......DODGED a BULLET, PROSECUTION, HARD TIME, DEBTORS PRISON, hasn't started a NUCLEAR WAR!!
    Did you support Hillary Lexx? Just who did you want to beat Trump? Or maybe I should say who would you like to see as US President?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeggieSue View Post
    Did you support Hillary Lexx? Just who did you want to beat Trump? Or maybe I should say who would you like to see as US President?
    Lecks doesn't care. Anyone with a (D) would have done.

    Originally Posted by nomaxim
    Sorry there ''ohein56', but it appears that 'Joecool44' does not have the position that you envision on this topic.

    'Joecool44' has, as a matter of routine, refuted most of your accusations
    Quote Originally Posted by Jax74 View Post
    Some people have the ability to think critically, some do not. ohein obviously doesn't.

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    Originally Posted by nomaxim
    Sorry there ''ohein56', but it appears that 'Joecool44' does not have the position that you envision on this topic.

    'Joecool44' has, as a matter of routine, refuted most of your accusations
    Quote Originally Posted by Jax74 View Post
    Some people have the ability to think critically, some do not. ohein obviously doesn't.

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