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    Question from the outside: If (as seems to be the case for some here) you consider Pence and the Trump SCOTUS picks traitors and/or cowards who forsook their duty to the nation, why on earth would you ever want Trump in a position to make choices like that again?

    I mean, VP and SCOTUS picks are the most powerful positions the President places people in. If I thought a guy had been such a colossally poor judge of character that he chose a future TRAITOR for one of those roles, Im pretty sure Id never vote for that guy again. It seems the prevailing theory around here is that Trump elevated future-traitors to the highest levels of power not once but over and over again. How does that not obliterate your faith in his judgement? Im sincerely curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Dilettante View Post
    Question from the outside: If (as seems to be the case for some here) you consider Pence and the Trump SCOTUS picks traitors and/or cowards who forsook their duty to the nation, why on earth would you ever want Trump in a position to make choices like that again?

    I mean, VP and SCOTUS picks are the most powerful positions the President places people in. If I thought a guy had been such a colossally poor judge of character that he chose a future TRAITOR for one of those roles, I’m pretty sure I’d never vote for that guy again. It seems the prevailing theory around here is that Trump elevated future-traitors to the highest levels of power not once but over and over again. How does that not obliterate your faith in his judgement? I’m sincerely curious.
    It doesn't obliterate my faith in Trump....it obliterates my confidence in the government.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Dilettante View Post
    Question from the outside: If (as seems to be the case for some here) you consider Pence and the Trump SCOTUS picks traitors and/or cowards who forsook their duty to the nation, why on earth would you ever want Trump in a position to make choices like that again?

    I mean, VP and SCOTUS picks are the most powerful positions the President places people in. If I thought a guy had been such a colossally poor judge of character that he chose a future TRAITOR for one of those roles, I’m pretty sure I’d never vote for that guy again. It seems the prevailing theory around here is that Trump elevated future-traitors to the highest levels of power not once but over and over again. How does that not obliterate your faith in his judgement? I’m sincerely curious.
    I'm wondering about that myself if I get a chance to vote for Trump again. I don't have an answer at least for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Dilettante View Post
    Question from the outside: If (as seems to be the case for some here) you consider Pence and the Trump SCOTUS picks traitors and/or cowards who forsook their duty to the nation, why on earth would you ever want Trump in a position to make choices like that again?

    I mean, VP and SCOTUS picks are the most powerful positions the President places people in. If I thought a guy had been such a colossally poor judge of character that he chose a future TRAITOR for one of those roles, I’m pretty sure I’d never vote for that guy again. It seems the prevailing theory around here is that Trump elevated future-traitors to the highest levels of power not once but over and over again. How does that not obliterate your faith in his judgement? I’m sincerely curious.
    Not at all. I often make mistakes the first time i do something. That's really what the first time for anything is for... learning. And when we pick an outsider - not the experienced swamp denizen - that learning step is something we implicitly accept. We may not like it but it is just the other side of the same coin that we love.
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    He didn't make just one critical personnel mistake. For example, with DOJ he made two.

    His White House was full of mistakes, that is why it leaked like a sieve.

    And then there was Fauci.

    January 6 was another huge mistake.

    I see no indication he's learned his lesson about getting too personal and being too egotistical for his own good.

    DeSantis is a better choice next time.
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    Trump did what he felt he had to do at the time. I do not think for a moment that he purposely picked people who were 'back stabbers'. He picked republican champions. What in the hell does that tell you.

    Trump stood alone. Except for the common people, that is.

    All of his picks came from the pool. The swamp, so to speak. And they tried to do a number on him. Not one republican that I can name really and truly did all they could do to support this man who gave his all for the good of the country. Not one. Other than lip service.

    My point? Pence is a 'GOOD' republican. So is Ted Cruz.

    I do not belong to the republican party. That party is filled with politicians. The democrat party with criminals.

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    he did Satan's bidding and he is reaping his reward here now and he will stand before God to answer for what he failed to do while *claiming* to be a follower of Christ.
    Bring out your dead- The monster is amongst us waiting to be revealed - he bears the number of a man, 666.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoons View Post
    He didn't make just one critical personnel mistake. For example, with DOJ he made two.

    His White House was full of mistakes, that is why it leaked like a sieve.

    And then there was Fauci.

    January 6 was another huge mistake.

    I see no indication he's learned his lesson about getting too personal and being too egotistical for his own good.

    DeSantis is a better choice next time.
    If DeSantis choses to run for president. We don't know if the Republicans will have a primary runoff or just appoint Trump as the candidate to go against BidenHarris. Even my crystal ball is cloudy on that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeuemmaimai View Post
    he did Satan's bidding and he is reaping his reward here now and he will stand before God to answer for what he failed to do while *claiming* to be a follower of Christ.
    I assume you are referring to Pence?

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