Trump approval back up to pre-coronavirus shutdown high of 52 percent: poll
It may not taste or smell good and be hard to swallow; but in the long run it is just what the doctor ordered.
So goes Donald Trump (aka The Caster oil Kid).
He has made some real doozies along the way that were totally uncalled for and MAY HAVE – I say – MAY HAVE learned from them. The Donald is The Donald and the best thing America has going for it.
The majority of his stumbling blocks have come from what he said not what he does. His compulsion to know the answer to every question – respond with out knowing or thinking – exaggerate many of his comments – downright bullshits at times – bad rap some people unjustifiable, have been his Achilles heal.
In-spite of all of his shortcomings, in my opinion he has a lot of pluses going for him. The main attribute; PDT is a patriotic doer not just a talker and get a lot accomplished, even if what he accomplishes is by the way of his unorthodox manners.
Folks; in a nut shell, PDT is a salesman and a great one. He is wheeler-dealer, a hustler, and an oil can Harry at times, anything it takes to make the sale or get the deal done.
In short, J J (the sacrificial lamb) can not even shine PDT’s shoes. If the American public elected people for their accomplishments and not just to fill a quota, we would be living in a much different society. Accomplishments not quotas are what gets the job done.
I am very strong on Tulsi Hubbard. Tulsi is a very accomplished, highly qualified person for the presidency or VP position. But she is not the person the big money behind J J becoming president. She is NOT part of the big picture, the total long range scheme of them taking over the USA.
|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives|
from Hawaii‘s 2nd district
January 3, 2013
|Preceded by||Mazie Hirono|
|Vice Chair of the Democratic National Committee|
January 22, 2013 – February 27, 2016
|Chair||Debbie Wasserman Schultz|
|Preceded by||Mike Honda|
|Succeeded by||Grace Meng|
|Member of the Honolulu City Council|
from the 6th district
January 2, 2011 – August 16, 2012
|Preceded by||Rod Tam|
|Succeeded by||Carol Fukunaga|
|Member of the Hawaii House of Representatives|
from the 42nd district
December 2002 – December 2004
|Preceded by||Mark Moses|
|Succeeded by||Rida Cabanilla|
|Born||April 12, 1981 (age 39)|
Leloaloa, American Samoa
|Spouse(s)||Eduardo Tamayo(m. 2002; div. 2006)|
Abraham Williams (m. 2015)
|Relatives||Mike Gabbard (father)|
|Education||Hawaii Pacific University (BSBA)|
|Branch/service||United States Army|
|Years of service||2003–present|
|Unit||Hawaii Army National Guard|
|Awards||Combat Medical Badge|
Meritorious Service Medal
And yes to fill the quota; she is a minority.
J J has been bleeding the government for 47 years, 8 years of which have been in the VP’s seat. J J in part, is a very big part of why the USA is in the pathetic condition it is in. Now he is running for The Big Chair, claiming he will straighten out everything that is wrong with the country, while he is big factor in why the current conditions exist. Does that make sense to anyone.
What PDT has to do between now and November is not shoot himself in the foot by saying something stupid, and he will be a shoe in.
In many way, Trump has been the best thing that happened to the USA in many years. He cut the diabolical socialist chain TMC and his crew had put into motion. If CHC would have got the nod, there is no telling how bad off and where this country would be today.
Folks; in November vote with the facts not with your bleeding hearts. There is no way J J is 1/10 the man PDT is. Is he perfect? We all know the answer to that, but take a good look at the other guy without your blinders on.