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Re: Trump: Is his response credible?

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:05 am
by Philip
We'll see!


Re: Trump: Is his response credible?

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:11 pm
by abelcainsbrother
neo-x wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 9:24 pm
RickD wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:13 am
neo-x wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 3:00 am
Just goes on to show what length the supporters of TRUMP are going to defend him...and the best defence is that so what if he has a shady character...Hillary did it as well.

In the immortal words of Heath Ledger, "This town needs a better class of criminals".
Hillary "did" have a shady character? Unless she died, she still has a shady character.
And I agree. All I am saying is that this is the poorest excuse Trump supporters are coming up with.

Nobody does care even if it were true,which it is not,but nobody would care just like Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinski,nobody cared.It was just that he lied about it.Had Bill Clinton told the truth about it nobody would've cared.The same thing would apply if Trump had been with Stormy,but he was'nt with her. She is not Trump's kind of woman.This is just a destraction to avoid having to report the good things Trump has done like bring peace between North Korea and South Korea,which all the nay-sayers said he could not do.They said China would not cooperate with Trump and yet they did and still are.

Re: Trump: Is his response credible?

Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2018 2:44 pm
by Philip
God chose Trump - really, that's what Scripture teaches. y:-? Oh, but wait, it gets more interesting: God chose Obama, Bill Clinton, George Bush and W, Lincoln, George Washington, Hitler, Caesar, and every king and nation's leader that ever lived. We need to remember that whenever we are so certain that any one leader is "chosen by God" to make _____________ (whatever country or tiny place) better! It just doesn't work like that! God raised up good judges and priests, and really bad ones. He chose Judas. So we better be really careful when we get our hopes up over ANY political leader that we think is going to deliver us from our collective national selves. And as we can't see the future, and can't know God's eternal or earthly purposes in how He chooses leaders, then we better stop being eager to crown any favorite new "messiahs" to lead us to some renewed "promised land."

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