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His stated aim on negotiations since what, the 80s (?), has been to yield nothing ever, same as here......
By:  Paul (Moderators; 65809)
Posted on: 01-09-2019 08:33.
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...he ain't gonna give up shit, because he thinks bargaining is looking all tough and saying words like motherfucker and shit a lot.

Anyway, I sure don't want an expansion of his already upside-down budget, and I wouldn't want infrastructure tied to his vanity project. I'd love it if they painted him in to some kind of compromise, but at this stage... he's got no real options that will placate the Coulter collective.

Lindsey Graham is right about one thing. If he budges, that's the end of his presidency and probably of the party itself (or at least the legion of sycophantic fuckboys [like Lindsey]).

My guess is lots of Republicans are already trying to figure out how to placate both the ten-tooth base and the majority of Americans, but that circle ain't gettin' squared. It's make-your-mind-up time, guys and gals. Country or party.

Edited by Paul at 1/9/2019 8:34:30 AM

Edited by Paul at 1/9/2019 8:37:33 AM


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