a reply to: Southern Guardian
Had you watched the actual "impromptu" press conference when he made the "I'm looking forward to it." statement you would have noted that he added the
"...depending on the what the lawyers say." meaning he would follow the advice of his counsel. Who would not follow the advice of counsel?
Would you hire a bunch of lawyers to advise you then brush aside their advice?
Why wouldn't you have them research any similar cases that may have set precedent?
It seems to me that it's the left wing media running about like headless chickens in their continual effort to uncover "DA RUSSIANS" under every rug
and rock while the right wing media is in constant denial about anything having to do with Trump. I'm sick of both sides' wildly throwing things
against the wall.
I'd like to see all the corruption on both sides of the aisle exposed and disposed but as long as there are petty partisans who refuse to see that
both sides are as dirty as an open-air sandbox, I expect we'll have to keep paying for the corruption.
But please, carry on with your partisan politics while those of us who still have serious doubts about both parties laugh at your antics.
NOTE: The left has made statements to the effect that Trump is nutso and won't take advice from anyone. But when proven wrong...never admit it. The
left complains that he won't compromise....and yet when he comes up with a compromise, the left attempts to spin it that he hasn't compromised. I
don't blame him for not meeting with liars who have as their only plan to defeat his every attempt to bring prosperity and open government back to the
I didn't vote for the man but like Obama, I'm willing to see if his actions match his words. So far, I've had some favorable impressions, (when I see
the earnings statement on my investment funds and the tax breaks for my family members) and times when I have an unfavorable opinion of his actions
(when he signed the spying bill.) I watched his speech to Davos and was impressed.
I've seen the progress already being made on returning many, many manufacturing jobs back to the US, including one South Korean company who is
investing $50 million in our county to provide more than 100 people in our county with good jobs. In speaking with our state and local economic
development personnel I learned that the decision was a direct effect of Trump's election and his ability to make business deals on a rational basis.
Even the diehard Dems in our area found themselves praising our Republican governor and Republican president for bringing jobs paying an average base
of $19/hr. to the area. That is only slightly below the base rate of most of the skilled building trades in our area. AND there's an agreement with
the state to help train non-skilled workers (high school graduates, GED holders and college degree holders with no skills) so they can support
themselves and contribute to the community.
A quick google search of "manufacturing jobs coming to KY" will show you the most recent announcements which entail thousands of good jobs coming to
our Commonwealth due to the efforts of our Republican governor who is a successful businessman and our Republican president who is a businessman.
So you can go picking on every word reported (incompletely) said by the prez or you can take a look at what his actions have been and how those
actions have had significant positive effects on all citizens who are working hard to make this country the greatest ever. Of course, if negativity
is your preferred route, carry on. I am fully cognizant that not all US citizens have those sorts of hopes and dreams for their offspring.