Country Living Series

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Learning a thing or two

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled Don't dump Trump, learn from him!

17 comments:

  1. Wow did you ever nail it!

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  2. Patrice Sorry to bug you on your blog, but was wondering if everything is ok at Paratus Famalia with Enola gay? She hasn't been heard from in a while. Thanks Don

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    1. Everything is fine, they've just been focusing their attention on other matters. Thanks for asking!

      - Patrice

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    2. Thanks for the update. Anyway to do a review on your new tractor? Thanks Don

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    3. good to know. I've been wondering myself

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  3. Quite So Dear Lady,

    I have not had so many good belly laughs out of any political silly season until The Donald started in.

    I think I'll be laughing a long while yet.

    Winston

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  4. Yes, the liberal-progressive liars and those who have had the wool pulled over their eyes by those same liberal-progressives liars believe Trump is “brash, crude and vulgar.” They want all Americans to believe that, and many do. But I think many more do not. Trump has been accused of being rude and insulting to other politicians and calling them “names.” He’s not “playing by the rules of politics,” to quote one such deceiver. Hmm... he’s calling politicians “names”??? To be honest, I’ve been calling politicians “names” for a long, long time. Are they politicians? Are their lips moving? Then they’re LYING. They are LIARS, And so forth. I believe most politicians NEED to be called a name or two. Nothing vulgar, just truthful! But apparently according to the liberal-progressive mindset, it is okay for THEM to call conservatives names, but if conservatives dish it back at them, they have a fit. When our girls were young and “had a fit” and threw a tantrum, they got yanked up off the floor and their fannies paddled. Once was all it took! Maybe it’s time to paddle a few liberal-progressive fannies, ya think? Gasp! I actually spanked my children? Yep. Very rarely, I’ll admit, but when they needed it they got it! –Fred in AZ

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  5. I don't know if I'd trust him or not (but then, I took a chance on Obama in '08; I've learned from my mistakes, but my judgment remains suspect). Trump the man makes me a little nauseous.

    But then, at least Trump the candidate can pay for his own darn campaign, instead of selling strings to the highest bidder. The fact that he's BEEN the highest bidder and I'm perfectly certain one of the string-pullers behind the bull of the last 30+ years makes me more than a little leery. But. Well.

    Someone has to lead the country. We've tried career politicians for all of my remembered life, and I can see where THAT'S gotten us.

    Once upon a time, so they tell me, our country was led by wildly successful businessmen, great generals, and leaders who had actually been SUCCESSFUL on a local and state level (how different from the current structure!!)

    Of course, the old folks tell me that's also how we got the labor wars. Say what you will about a communist onslaught (maybe it was, I can't say for sure)-- men whose kids have full bellies and clothes on their backs, men who don't feel that those things are under imminent threat, generally aren't men who are quick to pick up a gun and point it at another human being (gangstas excepted).

    Guess if I took a chance on Obama, I can take a chance on The Donald. Sure hope I don't regret it as bitterly as the last chance I chose to take.

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  6. The reporter accused Trump of calling women fat slobs. He didn't call women fat slobs. Only Rosy O'Donnell, who doesn't embrace her womanhood. She doesn't want to admit she is a woman or behave as a woman. Therefore he only called someone in an alternate lifestyle a fat slob.

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  7. You hit this one out of the park! Bravo!

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  8. Fabulous article. I think Trump is just what we need for president. He calls it like he sees it and he isn't afraid to do something about it. Honesty...what a refreshing idea.

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  9. I'm tired of lifetime politicians whose only goals are to get more money and to get reelected! We NEED a businessman in office who understands budgets, forceful negotiations, and not owing the lobbyist anything. He is a breath of fresh air and it's so wonderful to hear him talk about the real issues and calling out people who don't do their jobs. I have noticed that a few of the debaters started picking up some of the Trumps brashness and really called out some policies that some on stage voted for - FINALLY!! I'm tired of Republicans calling out Conservatives whack jobs and terrorist, yes the GOP says this about their own. Time to get rid of them and put We The People back in charge. As for Bush and Christie, their so RINO they belong on the democrat ticket. I live in Rural NY and I know what Democrat POOP smells like from a mile away.
    JD from NY

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  10. Excellent article Patrice.

    In the last 25 years, I can think of only one political leader cut from the same cloth as our Founding Fathers. That is Ron Paul. The GOP purposely undermined any chance for Dr. Paul to become their nominee. They are as evil as the socialist Democratic Party.

    Only God can save our Founders' Republic. Don’t bet your Birkenstocks on that. Meanwhile, if Americans want Trump for entertainment or to mock Washington DC, that's fine with me.
    Montana Guy

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  11. "We don't need debate, we need action." The whole thing in a nutshell. Well said.

    Huggs..

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  12. I agree, Donald Trump has put some life back into this game. The media hates him because he doesn't pander to them. The establishment in DC (district of corruption) hates him because he isn't part of the "good old boy network." What I like about him:
    1. He states the issue clearly. (example: border security)
    2. He is financing his own campaign, so cannot be bought off.
    3. He clearly loves America. He experienced the American dream, and understands what we stand for.
    4. He surrounds himself with smart people. He would choose smart advisers and cabinet secretaries. He would let our military generals do their jobs.
    5. He has a temper. Let our enemies be afraid!
    This election is critical. The next President will restock the Supreme Court.

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  13. Mrs. Lewis, how can I email you without using the comments section? Tried your email address from your web page but it keeps coming back to me. Thanks and have a blessed day.
    In Christ, Mickey

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    1. Post your email as a comment (I'll see it but won't "approve" it) and we can communicate that way.

      - Patrice

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