Senator Orrin Hatch Introduces President Donald Trump…

Not too long ago, 2010 through 2015 to be precise, CTH and Senator Orrin Hatch were on oppositional sides of almost every ‘conservative‘ argument.  The issues -amid the most widely discussed conflicts- stemmed around the future of the Republican party; and were born of frustration with the elitist nature of the Corinthian clan, the DeceptiCons.

As a matter of advocacy and political network, Senator Orrin Hatch was aligned with the DeceptiCon caucus, the entrenched GOPe.

The ‘battered conservative’ scars remain visible and serve our CTH community as a continual reminder that the larger ideological battle within our republic is multidimensional.  We oppose a UniParty, an ideology that permeates within and connects together both Democrats and Republicans.

However, that said, it would appear that Senator Hatch is perhaps the first example of how President Trump has personally leveraged common sense MAGA policy, which is entirely conservative, to coax members of the Corinthian clan toward a new and empowered future. Breaking one representative at a time away from the comforts of the UniParty.

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169 Responses to Senator Orrin Hatch Introduces President Donald Trump…

  1. Michael says:

    Let’s hope he runs for reelection. The idea of Mittens in the Senate as the new John McCain is depressing.

    Liked by 38 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Keep in mind that Orin Hatch has now served under 7 Presidents (Carter, Reagan, Bush Sr., Clinton, Bush, Obama and our Lion). That is why these remarks are so incredible. I agree we need to continue to have Orin hatch in the Senate for 6 more years!

      Liked by 16 people

      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        Hatch has been in a lying RINO in The Senate for 40 years. He knows when to lie and shift gears to get re-elected. He is up for re-election in 2018. He is one of the reasons Mark Twain said, ‘Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason.’

        Liked by 13 people

        • fleporeblog says:

          I agree but I also think the man is getting up their in age and has all the money one could need or give to his family. At some point in life, the greater good becomes far more important because you want your kids, grand kids and great grand kids to have a brighter future. I put Senator Chuck Grassley into the same scenario.

          Liked by 13 people

        • auntiefran413 says:

          Even with the potential of Mittens? I’m all for term limits,,but Utah 2018 is neither the time nor place.

          Liked by 2 people

        • olderwiser21 says:

          Founding, I totally agree and Hatch is MY senator from Utah. I understand that people want to give him a chance to come on board the Trump train for reals, but I don’t trust this man for anything. He is a political opportunist par excellence and really, that is about it. I don’t want “Mittens” as our next senator either, but if Hatch runs again, I won’t vote for him. For one thing, when he was first elected eons ago, he promised to serve only two terms if we voted him in. For another, he totally backed the selection of Sotomayor and Kagan as supreme court justices under Barry’s guidance and was a do-nothing member of the unit-party for Barry’s 8 years. Leopards don’t change their spots. Hatch does what is good for Hatch.

          Liked by 3 people

          • tonyE says:

            If Hatch does what’s good for Hatch then he can be easily manipulated. It means he’s dogmatic, so it becomes just a matter of finding out what tickles his fancy: money, money, money, 22 year old brown sugar hookers, cuban cigars, good bourbon, money, whatever… give it to him.

            What worries me is the rich dogmatic politicians, actuall all dogmatic politicians, because they can not be turned. Think Pelosi, Feinstein, Boozer, Obola.. They actually believe the cr@p they spew. They turn arrogant and will only accept money from those that they “think” have a like attitude. Just the way Soros, Wall Street, etc… lie and cajole to the likes of Obola The Magnificent. Keeping them in the plantation.

            There are some “all for me politicians” however that can never be turned because they have moved up too far into the power structure that they have too much visibility, they have an actual stake in the plantation… think Clintons, for example.

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          • M. Mueller says:

            If, as you say, Hatch does what is good for Hatch. then now is the time to keep him in. Being on President Trump’s good side is what is good for Hatch now, and it just going to get more so as we progress.

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          • TreeClimber says:

            I was just thinking, he sounds almost South Carolinian in his ability to note the changing winds and adjust course consequently. 😉


          • Well, if Hatch does not run, Mittens is going to have his hands full when he runs. He did not make a lot of friends when he started bashing P Trump–And Bannon and friends will be in Utah campaigning against him…… Expect a battle–Not an easy win..


        • mopar2016 says:

          Orin Hack is the dream act RINO.


        • NvMtnOldMan says:

          FFF-I agree. He wants to either be elected or leave as a conservative. He and the other rinos did NOTHING to stop obozos over reach and he was a never Trumper and now he wants to be the nice guy. Throw him out along with the rest of the rino trash.

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      • Blue Ridge Mts Va says:

        Yes, Fle that is true. When I saw this video, Hatch looked so full of emotion, I thought he might break down in tears. I don’t want to be fooled by that. If Hatch is really for Trump, then he ought to be there in the Senate.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          I think you will see that pivot! Hatch also played a big role during the confirmation process for his cabinet. The Democrats walked out of his panel in order not to cast a vote. The next day they tried that stunt again and Hatch said the hell with them we are moving forward with the vote.


    • FL_GUY says:

      I will forever be grateful to Sen. Hatch for single-handedly saving our vitamins back in ’94 when slick Willie took the big pharma payoff to get rid of them.

      My view is that a lot of good people in the house and senate got crushed under the jackboots of the uniparty. President Trump is repairing them and bringing them back to their real selves. MAGA

      Liked by 12 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      I wouldn’t worry. I have every confidence in Mitt Romney’s singular talent in losing elections.

      Liked by 7 people

    • p'odwats says:

      Exactly. Hatch may be a snake but Mittens is a whole lair of snakes. I don’t like the concept of picking someone who is the lesser of two evils, but an exception can be made here to support Hatch. Romney is an executive officer for the Deep State!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Mia C says:

        I’m used to the lesser of 2 evils. That’s the usual choice. Call me naive, but I’ve been buying Hatch’s act that he’ll work with Trump. One never knows what they will do 6 months into a 6 year term though. But we know for a fact what Romney would do.
        1) He was the governor of Massachusetts. God God.
        2) Romneycare, the father of Obamacare, was literally what he thought was a “winning” idea for America.
        3) He’s been opposing everything Trump has done, including his tweets against Moore today.
        –So it is what it is. I’m hoping he’s not lying and will work with Trump for the next 7 years.


  2. RedBallExpress says:

    Do I dare say it? “Live free or die hard.”

    Liked by 11 people

  3. sundance says:

    Liked by 37 people

  4. Minnie says:


    He knows which side is bread is buttered.


    Liked by 8 people

  5. People were chanting “4 more years” when Trump signed the paperwork (technically they mean 7). Then another man asked Trump to sign his hat. Incredible.

    Liked by 18 people

  6. YvonneMarie says:

    Agreed Mr Sundance !

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Clydeen says:

    We may need a mountain bigger than Rushmore for our President! 🤔

    Liked by 21 people

  8. Howie says:

    Oh…look what he do!

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Ditto to a comment above, Orrin, please run for re-election…. No Willard!

    Liked by 8 people

  10. CoffeeBreak says:

    Making America Great Again. What a great day! I’ve never loved a President more than I do Donald J. Trump ! He’s unbelievable. I prayed for years that this administration would take place. Sometimes, it’s just overwhelming to know our country is in such good hands.

    Liked by 22 people

  11. georgiafl says:

    The native American commissioner gave a touching speech about how much President Trump’s proclamation means to them:

    Liked by 30 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      She complimented Zinke on his horse-back riding skills.
      She thanked him for coming and listening to them too, it starts at 3:03.

      Liked by 12 people

    • What an articulate and intelligent woman. Thanks for posting! That removes the image of Fauxcahantas from my memory.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Well, the democRATS marched out their very own indigenous person
      to oppose this presidential action.
      Probably more authentic than senator Minihaha Warren.

      Possibly as phony as this Keep America Beautiful dude in1971
      promoted by the Left, whose parents immigrated from Italy.

      Liked by 3 people

    • appadoo9 says:

      Bears Ears through the eyes of San Juan County residents

      Liked by 5 people

      • olderwiser21 says:

        App – thank you for posting this. As a native Utahn whose ancestors arrived with the Mormon pioneers, I can tell you that these people in this film are truly representative of the type of individual that has a vested interest in protecting Utah, its culture and its future. The arrogance of those in D.C. that think they know better is astounding. Thank you Sec. Zinke and President Trump….

        Liked by 2 people

    • piper567 says:

      thank you Georgia for adding this.
      Sort of takes the wind out of the sails of the friggin’ “environmentalists” who will undoubtedly add this to the menace they know as Trump.
      To have it on record that the tribes involved are appreciative of this is gold, and a testimony to the thoroughness of the process leading up to these Declarations.

      Liked by 6 people

    • prenanny says:

      She was very uplifting, thank you for posting that georgia.
      I would sure like to hear/read more about the NGOs she mentioned that
      were trying to screw over the Tribes there. The money trail would be interesting.
      Great job PTRUMP, Zinke, Hatch

      Liked by 5 people

  12. NCPatrick says:

    Yippee, Howie! Loved it! Thanks.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. POP says:

    Orrin wants to get re-elected.
    That promotes “flexibility” in a Uniparty homeboy.
    The test for Orrin will be the next recess appointment vote in the Senate, will he vote to allow PTrump to appoint? Or is he really just a Uniparty opportunist who can count?

    Verify Orrin before you trust him an inch.

    Liked by 9 people

  14. Tonawanda says:

    Trump will grow stronger and stronger.

    Lincoln: “Have you not defeated your enemy when you make him your friend?”

    Have said it before and will say it again, Lincoln and Trump share a similar genius.

    Liked by 23 people

  15. Snailmailtrucker says:

    Dear Sundance…. Why do you have 3 PROGRESSIVE INSURANCE Advertisements
    on your website ?


  16. daughnworks247 says:

    OMG Sundance, I’m so glad you made this post. Thanks to your re-education of us all, we said the same thing about Hatch. Thank you for your insight. We do not forget and the scars are healing.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Gil says:

      Any scar only holds 80% of its former strength and a cut on the same again is 80% of that. My personal distrust of career politicians is severe. We can heal but its never gonna be the same. In many ways, because of MAGA, its ok. In others, not so much.

      Liked by 3 people

  17. Pam says:

    “Breaking one representative at a time away from the comforts of the UniParty”

    Well, if anyone can accomplish that, it’s our POTUS.

    Liked by 17 people

  18. Snailmailtrucker says:

    Now the 3 Progressive Insurance ads have disappeared…. I guess they rotate.
    Love your work Sundance !
    Always remember Swamp Creatures are always Slimy !

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Sharpshorts says:

    After the signing I noticed that the President neglected to shake Senator Hatch’s outstretched hand (around 19:15) , just before the President returned a pen to the woman next to Hatch…perhaps he did not see it or was it a subtle statement?


    • wheatietoo says:

      I noticed that…but it looked like Hatch didn’t see that Pres Trump had a pen in his hand and was trying to give it to the little short lady directly behind him.

      Liked by 1 person

      • olderwiser21 says:

        Hatch got the pen. I saw him put it in his breast pocket.


        • wheatietoo says:

          Right…Hatch got the one that Potus signed with, I think.

          But then, PDJT started passing out ‘commemorative’ pens from his inside jacket pocket.
          He gave out several.

          It’s a tradition…to give out several pens after a Presidential signing, to those in attendance.

          Liked by 1 person

  20. yy4u says:

    I got an email from a friend today who had talked to a local Chevie dealer who said he is selling cars like hotcakes. Don’t know if this is happening all over the state/country or just this one dealership, but my guess is it is happening and is being suppressed by the leftwing media. If the true Trump stats get out, there will be no stopping him. That said, the left (and I include the ersatz Republicans in that designation) would rather crash the economy and the American people than give up the lucre they get from Globalism.

    Liked by 18 people

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      I have been saying: media will neglect boost in economy, or claim it was okrabama.

      Liked by 2 people

    • olderwiser21 says:

      Yy4U – at our local RV (just south of Salt Lake) motor home show last month, they sold over 150 motorhomes in one weekend of the show! Those are some serious bucks being spent in little old Utah, for recreational vehicles, no less! My brother is a GM dealer here in Utah County and he can’t keep enough trucks on his lot. They sell as quickly as he can get them in. It has been that way all year.

      Liked by 2 people

  21. wheatietoo says:

    Obama set a precedent when he gave away our Internet Net Root Zone file…
    He disposed of US Asset.

    This was unlawful.
    But he did it anyway…and got away with it.
    Only Congress has the power to dispose of US Assets, but Obama did it and what’s worse — he set the precedent.

    Perhaps the long-term plan for the evil globalist forces with whom Obama aligns himself, was to sell off parts of these lands to other countries?
    I can’t help but wonder.

    If Hillary had won…do you think she would have hesitated to sell off a US Asset?
    She has done it before.

    So much has been done under the guise of ‘saving the environment’, when the plan was actually tyrannical control and robbing the middle class.

    Whatever reasons Clinton and Obama gave for doing their land-grabs, we can bet that they were lying.
    They lied about everything…and engaged in Orwellian opposite-speak.

    So we can expect to hear all the usual propaganda nozzles of the Left, spewing forth condemnations of this action taken today.
    Our President has thwarted their plans.

    Liked by 10 people

  22. Howie says:

    Time for the DDD Doo Dah Junkanoo Parade…In honor of The Barefoot Bandit. The Uniparty Dum Dums are going down. There he goes….watch the airports.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Our President is going to gain millions of additional supporters once many moderate Democrats fill out their tax returns this year and check their 401K.

    Liked by 7 people

  24. A return to first principles in a republic is sometimes caused by the simple virtues of one man. His good example has such an influence that the good men strive to imitate him, and the wicked are ashamed to lead a life so contrary to his example.”
    ―Niccolo Machiavelli (speaking about POTUS Trump)

    Liked by 14 people

  25. treehouseron says:

    I’ve been saying this for awhile now, and I feel like i’m right.

    I’m a pretty optimistic person.

    The reason all of these swamp creatures work for the uniparty is because it’s BENEFICIAL to them to work for them personally.

    Getting primaried out of a job is not beneficial to them personally.

    We do not have to primary every one of these guys, we only have to make it obvious to them what we want… and the easiest way to illustrate what we want is to tell them to support President Trump’s agenda, 100%. His agenda is like Heaven. It’s everything we want, on pretty much every issue. Support the President.

    Hatch supported the President last week, and did again today. He has seen the writing on the wall.

    MANY, MANY, MANY of these other swamp creatures can have the same turn around, once they realize it is now MORE beneficial for them to support the President, then it is to support the Uniparty.

    Liked by 8 people

    • treehouseron says:

      Also I don’t think Hatch was the first to break away.

      Mike Pence was the first to break away. He saw early that it was worth doing, and he could be proud of it.

      Some of these guys will jump at the opportunity to do work you can be proud of and leave the deception behind.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Thecleaner says:

        I agree Ron…i think Trump is showing some of these guys who have lost their way, that America can be brought back from the brink and that the American people are by and large demanding it.
        Having powerful support from certain senators will help Trump immensely as well…he can go it alone if need be, but that not the ideal solution.
        If Trump can get some key senators on the MAGA Train, and let Bannon and the voters flush the turds in the midterms, that would be the stars aligning..
        McConnell is the key…if Bannon does nothing else but put him out to pasture, then his MAGA Cred will be affirmed…lets hope he gets it done.

        Liked by 4 people

    • Mia C says:

      Well said. I’ve never agreed with one person on so many things. It’s just that Trump fights for AMERICAN INTERESTS which is literally, as you said, heaven. It’s good for all of us. And we’ve never seen it in our lifetime.
      –Nice seeing Hatch support the agenda. I pray it lasts.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Benson II says:

      Don’t disagree overall. The problem with to many is they are financially supported by factions that go against MAGA and some also have the mindset that goes with it. They can’t be changed they need to be replaced. Ryan is one of those who will not change. Everything he does is underhanded and any supposed agreement with Pres Trump is a temporary lie to save his job. Paul Nehlen is opposing him hope he wins.


  26. burnett044 says:

    Just heard SC will allow full travel ban……splodey heads every where tonite

    Liked by 4 people

    • Mia C says:

      It’s been MAGA-rific headline after headline today.
      –Did you see that Ginsburg and Sotomeyor were the only two no votes? Can you even believe we have two traitorous judges willing to re-write the Constitution (like they did for Obamacare).

      Liked by 2 people

    • chicagodeplorable says:

      The SC decision is only temporary until the appeals courts rule. I believe those are scheduled this week. SC will have o hear the merits before the process is complete. (I’m not sure about 4th Circuit, but I’m almost positive the 9th Circus will go against PDT.


  27. Oldskool says:

    Don’t fall for it, remember SD’s posting of aligned images of the Decepticons, Orin’s image was one of them. Did he “find religion”, NO. Hopefully there is a MAGA candidate in Utah wiling to step up.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. I love this man. Apart from this great act to restore states’ rights, I am still cracking up at that crazy line in there about meeting with the church elders in what must be one of their charity stores, and Trump says, “I went all around the store, I wanted a nice.can.of.tuna. And boy did they have a lot.” hahahah! Crazy New Yorker! I love it!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Kolob says:

      If you are not Mormon it is hard to grasp how much food is there. He was at a place called a Bishop’s Storehouse. People in need can shop almost like a grocery store. They have lots of staples and come with a food order from local church leaders. That is what was on the paper they had. These are available to people who are not members of the church as well. The one Trump toured in Salt Lake is huge. They store enough food there to make large shipments to areas with natural disasters. They are all volunteer run, I have a commitment to work in a local cannery in a few weeks. One of the buildings where he was makes cheese. I helped there once. There are granaries, orchards, ranches, etc… Most of the labor is volunteer on all the properties. Many people do unpaid church service missions at these facilities as well.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Yes, I’m sort of familiar with this charity the LDS provide…I live in Mesa, AZ and have lots of Mormon friends. I just thought it was funny that Trump said “I was looking for a nice can of tunafish” in his hilarious delivery style. Of all things to say you’re looking for…a can of tunafish…just so funny.

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  29. chojun says:

    I’ll reiterate what I’ve said in other threads here – as a Utahn I can’t possibly emphisize enough how dangerous this situation is. Mitt Romney is somewhat of a “favorite son” in Utah and would win in a landslide. He’d beat Hatch handily in a primary (a sizable portion of the electorate here believe that Hatch has been in too long). If Romney throws his hat in the ring then it’s fait accompli – he would be the next Jr. Senator from Utah.

    The Senate IS the Swamp. When lobbyists get a senator elected, they get a 6 YEAR return on their investment. It doesn’t matter who or where, or how red or blue the district is, UniParty-allied senators can come from any state, in any flavor. Romney would be a HUGE get for the UniParty.

    I’m not privy to any inside info or anything (with that said I know a lot of local donors have soured on Romney) but I suspect that Romney and Hatch behind the scenes are vying for control over the donor networks that largely decide who makes it onto the ballot. I have absolutely no doubt at this point that Hatch knows and sees what’s going on and is reaching out to President Trump for help retaining the seat. Orrin Hatch and surrogates have gone onto local radio/TV and in the recent past have indicated that he’d like to retire and spend the remainder of his life with his family. However, with Romney waiting in the wings it looks like Hatch is choosing not to ride into the sunset yet.

    I know a lot of people here are highly skeptical of him (and rightly so) but I don’t think I have to convince anyone that Romney in the Senate would be a terrible, terrible problem for the MAGA agenda.

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  30. yakmaster2 says:

    If you deprogram your brain, you’re on the Trump Train. Let’s hope Hatch is not just a hobo trying to hitch a ride to his own re-election. I think that’s a possibility, but I’m willing to hope he’s become a true believer. At any rate, the GOPe, being without true principles or convictions, tends to follow the members of longstanding (powerful) influence. So, whatever is in Orrin Hatch’s head these days, I applaud his public support for our President—makes it easier for the other weak Nellies and Willies to do the same.

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  31. In Az says:

    People are asking…..what is the big deal?

    When Obama created the two National Monuments in Utah it was created out of federal government lands….BLM. There might have been some state land holdings within it.
    The land was managed according to the existing land use plan.
    Congress can come in and dictate how the land can and can not be used. Other than that it has to be a public planning process.

    What President Trump did today was reduce the amount of federal land that comprised the National Monuments. The land taken out of the national monument boundaries is still federal government land and still controlled by the federal government.

    I read that Zinke has asked Congress to look into how the national monument lands are to be designated for use. If Congress does not designate land use within the Monuments then there will be a public planning land use meetings as to how the land will be used….public input.

    I do not think Obama asked Congress to designate how the monuments lands would be used. ….he did not have time. So nothing really changed. The lands that were taken out of the monuments boundaries went back to the original land use plan that currently exists. The land within the Monuments boundaries are still under the original land use plan until the land use plan is redone.

    If people want the land protected then pressure needs to be put on Congress to step up and officially designate what can and can not be done in monument lands. If there is a public planning process then the public needs to get involved with that.

    So nothing really changed.

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  32. Just as an F.Y.I., Senator Hatch, as Senate President Pro Tempore, has the constitutional authority to keep McConnell and Schumer in line. So, I, for one, am curious as to why he doesn’t.

    Liked by 4 people

  33. MIKE says:

    I often wonder when will the club members realize they can make the same obscene amount of coin by following the law while actually representing their constituents. There must be good money in MAGA.

    Liked by 3 people

    • treehouseron says:

      That’s what I’ve been saying! You’d think more of them would figure it out. I’d be full bore Trump if I were them, you’ll make more money, and he’s something NEW, not the same old tired crap. Plus, it’s the right thing to do and you can sleep well at night.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Mia C says:

        What I love about Trump is he seems to be helping some of them figure that out! I just have a lot of hope that he’ll find a way to make MAGA profitable for these bribed hacks so they do the right thing.
        –Business people at his level know how to do a win-win.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Chgonana539 says:

      One thing I can never figure out is the fact that these swamp dwellers have children and grandchildren just as we do. Don’t they care anything about losing the America we so cherish? Do they really want to live under Muslim rule? How can they not fight along side our President?

      Liked by 5 people

  34. Yankee Lawyer says:

    So does this mean Evan McMullin Sunday not going to be President in 2020?

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Dixie says:

    President Donald John Trump is looking fabulous and getting better and better at everything he does. I’m not from Utah nor have I ever been to that state, but that was the most heart warming speech and presidential action I’ve ever seen, although he has had many such events. The sincere enthusiasm on the stage for him after the event was very enjoyable to watch.

    If this doesn’t fly in the face of the former president’s recent uncomplimentary comments about the lack of leadership in the United States, I don’t know what would.

    Liked by 4 people

  36. Sedanka says:

    A refreshing change. Maybe some of the old guard will be salvageable after all.


  37. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Please, Senator Hatch, stay in and run for another term to keep Romney out!


  38. Mia C says:

    I don’t even turn on my t.v. anymore. There’s been news all day. How much of this is making it to the alphabets, like FOX and CNN?
    –Did they let the audience see his awesome speech, surrounded by Native Americans and guys in cowboy hats plus the rest of the Utah law makers minus Romney? Or was that too hella good for them to let their audience see?
    –Did they tell their audiences that the travel ban is not a Muslim ban anymore, and includes North Korea, Venezuela and other sites with potential unrest and trouble?
    –Did their audiences find out Trump called Moore and gave him his support?
    It was a really exciting action packed day. How much of this reached the airwaves?

    Liked by 3 people

  39. jeans2nd says:

    Hatch may be given a slight reprieve due to Hatch’s recent verbal beatdown of Sen Sherrod Brown (D-OH), but, being a BCS survivor, “all is forgiven” is NEVER an option.

    We shall see, when the Senate has the next crucial vote on taxes and the budget.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. MAGAbear says:

    If it keeps Mittens out of the Senate, Go Hatch Go!

    Then again, I’d vote for a duck-billed platypus over Mittens.

    Liked by 4 people

  41. Katherine McCoun says:

    Hatch’s recognition of right and excellence might be because that is what he originally aspired to be, what originally drew him to a life in public service. I credit his change to being drawn to what is good for the country, an original love for country he must have always had and to the strong leadership of President Trump.

    I do not trust this as permanent change. On another note, he reminds me in looks of the actor,


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