December 25th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #705

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543 Responses to December 25th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #705

  1. Todd Noia says:

    Donate to build the wall, even if it’s only $5 dollars. Do what you can to show your support, it’s the number of people as well as the total amount of money that matters. It’s not likely that we’re going to get to $5 billion or $25 billion, having said that I want to show support and will make a donation today on Christmas as a present for our beloved PDJT. Support President Trump, build the wall!

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  2. yucki says:

    Brad Johnson Dec 20 General Flynn update V2

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  3. I don’t know it true or not but I had unfollowed Ann while back!

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  4. Now the liberals say this!

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  5. Niagara Frontier says:

    Merry Christmas fellow Treepers. I’m spending the days in Ontario with my Canadian friends who are a little disappointed right now that Santa didn’t bring what they wished for most….a Canadian version of President Trump to MCGA. I told them to be patient because it took forever for us to get our own President Trump. I advised them to pray very hard.

    Lastly, may God grant a special blessing this day to Sundance and the entire Treehouse team for making this all possible for all of us.

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    • I would like to build upon what you said, because I don’t say things that well, and say to all the “old wisdom” at the treehouse, to the wise people that do not say that much, because “wisdom does not blather”, I would like to say, I know you are there and appreciate you short input, because wisdom doesn’t not have to be that long.
      And I would like to also thank my friend for a great bottle of wine, and at the same time, I curse him for the headache that will follow!

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    • Dekester says:

      Thanks Niagra. Out here in British Columbia there are many who share the same view as Your Ontarian friends.

      Merry Christmas and God bless PDJT

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    • MfM says:

      Girls may have left the White House, but he isn’t bad mouthing Trump.

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      • MfM says:

        I hate auto correct i know I typed Gorka not girls!

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        • amwick says:

          As they say in the military, just embrace the suck. It’s a wordpress thing.. sooo.. 🙂

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          • rashomon says:

            I was on long distance with a relative in the military when I read this comment and repeated it to him. He groaned, “And you’ll never know how sucky it is until you try to shut down the government — a three-day project at best — when you put off Christmas shopping for your wife and she’s rather picky!” (Those last words were directed to my influence.)

            And 79%ish of the government will get paid, but NOT the State Dept(!), according to one of my former employees on his FB page . Perhaps the PTB will dismiss a bunch of staff when they realize how little they are needed or how much damage they do just by showing up for work. He was a questionable employee who was urged to seek other prospects after three months; too bad he settled in working FOR the American taxpayer.

            I hope none of the Treepers encountered any suck and had a merry, blessed day. MAGA in 2019!

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            • amwick says:

              Well, I was really thinking of a typo, not the entire government shutdown.. but no worries..I also think it is a funny expression… even though I am not military, I like the sentiment.

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              • rashomon says:

                I’d heard it as a verb before, but married into and later acquired the another generation of career military family where they use it as a noun…frequently and often in the same sentence with FUBAR.

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  6. MaineCoon says:

    Merry Christmas all! in light of SD’s recent post re: GeorgePapa, I loved his Christmas tweet and thought you would too!

    Merry Christmas all! Thank you so much for everything over the past year. Some of the kindest wishes were from people I never even met. 2018 was a rollercoaster, but in the spirit of Christmas, Jesus IS the light of the world and watches over all of us as we go into the new year.— George Papadopoulos (@GeorgePapa19) December 25, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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  7. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Merry Oorah Christmas!

    video/1

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  8. budmc says:

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  9. Johnny Dollar says:

    Merry Christmas!! I Hope the joys of Christmas have you all firmly in its grip!

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  10. What else would I like for Christmas? How about some disclosure from the Big Bench?

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  11. CornPicker says:

    Sad people are praying for dogs now ,a k9 dog and Michael Savage dog “teddy” is on his way out too . Do dogs have souls and do we pray for em ? Some people think st Francis is the saint of animals but thats myth ,

    A candlelight vigil for Teddy is under way for anyone here who wishes to offer condolence, but its on twitter, is twitter a church ? Someone tweeted that he’s going to “cross over” with teddy ,why ? And cross over to where ? Dog heaven

    My cat (flop) is a good cat and old ,sadly she may be dying though if I had a lot of money for the vet she could live longer ,should I get a go fun me page for her and call a preacher ?

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    • treehouseron says:

      Everybody knows all dogs go to Heaven.

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      • treehouseron says:

        There was a really excellent Twilight Zone episode about this, BTW.

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      • dallasdan says:

        Wise people know that in the Creator’s mind, animals are the most innocent, humble, and salvation-worthy creatures in creation.

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        • duchess01 says:

          Oh, I so agree, dan – animals may not be able to communicate through human words – but, emotionally, they can relate to humans who are hurting – and provide companionship and compassion to humans who are discouraged and downtrodden – I have seen it firsthand.

          Dogs visit nursing homes – do not talk – but, the residents respond to their warmth and love – horses provide exercise for disabled children – because emotionally, they can relate – some disabled horses work with disabled children – either way – it works –

          God made animals to serve as companions for man – to assist man with tasks he is unable to accomplish through his own physical strength – think of the early days – before cars, tractors, and industrial equipment – horses, oxen, and other beasts of burden moved heavy loads – helped plow the fields – and provided transportation.

          God knew what He was doing when he created animals – and man responded to his creation – with love, care, and shelter. In return, animals responded with gratitude.

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          • Dutchman says:

            God spelled backwards, says it all.

            The first ‘domesticated animals’, without which we never could have domesticated the rest, except maybe chickens.
            And latest research is we didn’t domesticate THEM, they domesticated themselves, and may have domesticated US!

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            • duchess01 says:

              Amen, Dutch – Thanks for reminding me of that wonderful song and its comparison – they do know how to read us – don’t they? 🙂

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        • InAz says:

          Yes. God created all animals. I believe animals have souls.
          Everyday I pray for all animals…. wild and domestic.

          A few weeks ago I guarded a rattlesnake, so that jerks would not kill it, while waiting for a man to capture the snake and relocate it. Some thought I was crazy for guarding it. Im terrified of snakes but I will not kill them or let them be killed if I can do so.

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        • WSB says:

          Except snakes.

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      • Madhattan says:

        And the cats relent and let them all in ! Merry Christmas cat & dog folk & those who love / are amused by them .

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      There is actually good reason Scripturally speaking to believe that animals are in heaven. Whether they are the ones we know here or are different ones, the saints will only know when they get there. However, the Bible talks of how important God’s creation is to Him and that He gave us responsibility to take care of it. I suspect many will be shocked in the afterlife to learn that God expected us to do that. The Bible says that Jesus and the saints will return one day and they will be riding white horses. If there aren’t animals in heaven, then I don’t know where the horses will come from. And it mentions wolves and sheep in the afterlife, so once again, it sure sounds like they are there.

      All that said to say that while humans are the most important because we are the only ones God had to give His Son to die for (sure, the only other creation that is fallen are some angels, but they will go to hell and don’t have a chance at salvation), He created all of creation for His pleasure and so it makes sense that He cares about animals. But He gave His Son to die for only one creation, and that is man. So, while animals are important to Him, humans are even moreso.

      And I don’t think it is wrong to pray for an animal. God care about what is important to us as long as we are serving Him and living according to His commands. So, if someone has a pet that has been a good companion and they don’t want to see it suffer or be in discomfort, I don’t think God rolls his eyes when that person says a prayer for the animal. I think He gets upset, though, when people put animals over humans.

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      • dallasdan says:

        My mother once asked her good friend, a Catholic Monsignor, if her beloved dog would be in heaven with her. He replied that heaven is a state of absolute and complete happiness and contentment, and if she needed her dog to be with her there in order for her happiness to be complete, it would be so. I see no basis for argument in his statement.

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        • trapper says:

          Protestants (I am one) spend a lot of energy (wasted in m opinion) arguing over questions to which God has revealed no answer and for which reason is insufficient to arrive at one that is definitive. My own response to the question “are there dogs in heaven?” is similar to the Monsignor’s: why would there not be?

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          • dallasdan says:

            Thank you, my fellow Christian, for your insightful and meaningful comment.

            “Faith” is a word that is equally profound in its literal and figurative meanings. In time, meaning posthumously, all will be revealed to us.

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            • duchess01 says:

              Hebrews 11:1
              “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”

              King James Version (KJV)

              IMHO – Faith is an experience – and without that experience – we have no clue what it is or what we can accomplish – often referred to as a ‘leap’ – it is a test of our trust in God.

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            • ladypenquin says:

              The simplicity of Faith gives us the answer. We believe that we will go to Heaven… why would we think otherwise for our beloved pets. The Lord God made us all. 🙂

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        • duchess01 says:

          That is beautiful, dan – Thanks for sharing!

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        • TMonroe says:

          So you CAN take it with you, if it makes you happy? Must have missed that in the Gospel message.

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          • facebkwallflower says:

            Yep, I missed it too. I also missed preaching the gospel to animals, baptising them, and then teaching them the doctrines of faith, which we should be doing since they have souls, as I learned today.

            You will have to excuse me now, I am going to be busy collecting and storing up all my “happy things” that are going to be in heaven with me cuz, you know, being with Jesus and praising him is, like, just so not completly enough happiness.

            And people are concerned that commercializing Christmas distorts the true meaning?

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            • ladypenquin says:

              Not a problem if you don’t like the topic, but it’s always much more polite to walk on pass than to make sure you stop and insult with unkindness. Which is what you and TMonroe did. Genuine faith beliefs would have restrained you – if practiced. So your purpose to try and soil the goodness of our people here and their love for each other and all creatures of the earth?

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              • facebkwallflower says:

                Hey, just because I cannot reconcile Animals going to heaven and having souls with Scripture and the Gospel does not equate to soiling the goodness of our people and our love for each other and all creatures of the earth. Disagreement does not translate into a purpose to soil another.

                Not sure why dog, which is God spelled backwards, (and no Christian here beside me is offended by this ) is even being discussed on this thread. My apologies to Admin for participating in off-topic item that divides us instead of uniting and forgetting we are all on the same team to save THESE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      My beloved Maine Coon Cat is having surgery tomorrow, and I worry for her. I would gladly accept any prayers coming her way. The $1000 is only a temporary loss.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      I am sending Good Energy to both dogs and pray that if they have to “go on before”, that they understand the humans who love them do not want them to suffer.
      But it is still very hard since dogs become “family” to us.
      Queen Victoria believed that dogs have souls and when any of hers passed, had them buried on the grounds of one of her castles. I think there is a dog burial ground at either Balmoral or Windsor.

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    • mireilleg says:

      Last year my most wonderful and best friend doberman died, I found great comfort here at CTH in the prayer section. I asked for a prayer for him and treepers responded with much warmth. It helped me a lot. Of course we can pray for our furry friends.

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    • Amy2 says:

      It costs around $50.00 to have a pet put down, If your cat is suffering, scrape it up. They don’t know what’s happening, they just go on a never ending nap!

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Michael Savage is going through the stages of grief regarding the pending loss of his beloved dog. When he/we ask for prayers for those whom we care for – people or animals – it is asking for comfort, strength, easing of pain, and yes, subconsciously asking for the easing of the sorrow yet to come.

      Prayers for Teddy? Yes. We care about others’ suffering, and I wouldn’t begrudge them the gifts that prayer brings.

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  12. mashall says:

    http://www.illegalaliencrimereport.com/duis/a-christmas-story-director-was-killed-by-an-illegal-alien/

    “On April 4, 2007, as the 65-year-old director was traveling along the Pacific Coast Highway with his son, Ariel Hanrath-Clark, 22, when an SUV veered into oncoming traffic, causing a head-on collision with Clark’s vehicle. Both father and son died at the scene.

    The driver of that SUV was Hector Velazquez-Nava, a previously deported Mexican national living in the ‘sanctuary city’ of Los Angeles. He had a 0.24 blood-alcohol level…three times the legal limit…
    …It is equally important to understand that the lawmakers and various public officials whose inaction in removing those illegal aliens, are every bit as culpable for those deaths as are the illegal aliens who get behind the wheel drunk everyday in this country.”

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    • bakocarl says:

      There are a million examples to prove the detrimental consequences of unregulated invasion by illegal aliens. Enough so that we need to realize that those that promote open borders, sanctuary cities, illegal alien welfare and support “rights”, etc., aren’t just people with a different point of view.

      They are the enemies of law-abiding American citizens.

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      • duchess01 says:

        2 Thessalonians 3:10
        “For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat.”

        King James Version (KJV)

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        • mashall says:

          “To take from one, because it is thought that his own industry and that of his fathers has acquired too much, in order to spare to others, who, or whose fathers have not exercised equal industry and skill, is to violate arbitrarily the first principle of association, — the guarantee to every one of a free exercise of his industry, & the fruits acquired by it.”

          Destutt de Tracy’s Treatise on Political Economy:

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      • mashall says:

        “They are the enemies of law-abiding American citizens.”
        That is the Reality of it BC.
        They do not Represent U.S Citizens. thus, it becomes…
        “Taxation without Representation is Tyranny.”
        To call Globalists Tyrants is appropriate.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Yet, my local commie/socialist rag slants all their stories for the poor, abused migrants who must be allowed into the country, unfettered and unabated.

      Because of the lies the media tells, the people then believe the same thing. Today’s paper is filled with letters to the editor bashing POTUS for wanting immigration to be legal – well those are my words, because they miss the point entirely being SJW’s and using the words migrants…

      Controlling who and how many enter our country is a security issue – but the open borders’ people are clueless – believing there is no harm, and everyone will live a great life.

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  13. mashall says:

    Merry Christmas CTH!

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  14. AloftWalt says:

    So, an 8 y/o boy died while in ICE custody. Am I to infer that not a soul ever died while in custody in any prior administration? Also, not a peep from the Libs about the thousands of women and children who mysteriously disappear on their trek to illegally cross our border. The wall can’t come fast enough in order to thwart future invasions from ever materializing.
    The private money being raised should be used to protect the private property of landowners on the border. There just needs to be legislation to allow “the wall” on private property away from any easements.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Heard this on the 6PM ABC radio news out of Louisville. The CLEAR implication in the “news report” is that POTUS is responsible for this child’s death since POTUS ordered the (partial) government shutdown.
      Watch for the Uniparty/Democrats to use this tragedy along with the earlier death of the 7-year-old girl to attempt to bludgeon POTUS into agreeing with whatever LOW FIGURE that would be under TOTAL CONTROL of the incoming Democrat House for “border security”, (NOT a Wall) to remove the shutdown. The goal of the UniParty/Democrats is to paint POTUS as a hard-hearted, soulless monster, only one degree away from a modern Marat-Sade.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      No telling what diseases these illegal aliens are bringing into our country. At least this boy won’t be infecting any innocent U.S. citizen children.

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      • mashall says:

        Here’s one….

        https://newswithviews.com/latin-american-invasion-of-kissing-bugs-spreading-deadly-and-dangerous-disease-in-u-s/

        ““These blood-sucking parasites spread a dangerous sometimes deadly illness called Chagas disease. The disease, which has spread to the U.S., was previously only found in Central and South America as well as Mexico.” – Centers for Disease Control (CDC)”

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        • Bert Darrell says:

          Please, allow me to correct, Mashall:

          Chagas disease is caused by a parasite that is transmitted by blood-sucking insects. Such insects live of blood they suck and, while doing so, ungratefully deposit their fecal fluid (which contains the parasites) on the skin. The bite site is itchy and skin damage caused by scratching and rubbing helps the parasite penetrate the host skin or reach the eye mucosa.

          A second mode of transmission is transfusion of blood donated by infected individuals. There is no guaranteed treatment for Chagas disease, which results in severe cardiac and/or.intestinal disease in a substantial percentage of infected individuals. American newspapers have been calling attention to this imported problem for decades.

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          • mashall says:

            You call it a “correction”, I see you post as an addition. Thanks for it.
            This is an example of the Financial Drain on our Health Care Systems, as well as an increase in wait times for any treatment/surgery due to Chagas, and every other Disease or any other Medical Condition that Illegal or Legal Immigrants bring to America.
            Protect Americans by…
            Reject Immigrants who can’t financially support themselves.
            Reject Immigrants who would drain our Health Care Services/Resources.

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      • benifranlkin says:

        Nope….let’s say he died of a meningitis…depending upon the cause anyone who came in contact with him could be infected, too.

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    • mireilleg says:

      What I want to know is how many children died at home in Guatemala, Honduras or even here in America? Why is this child’s death tragic as it is any more newsworthy than all the other children who died on this day. Children, people die. It’s a great loss but it happens every day. This emotional display on the part of the media is equivalent to their mass hysteria about just anything.

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    • Skippy says:

      ” according to U.S. immigration authorities…the boy showed “signs of potential illness” Monday and was taken with his father to a hospital in Alamogordo, New Mexico, the agency said.

      There, he was diagnosed with a cold and a fever, and was given prescriptions for amoxicillin and Ibuprofen before his release on Monday.

      The boy was returned to the hospital Monday evening with nausea and vomiting, and died there just hours later, CBP said.

      The agency said the cause of the boy’s death has not been determined and that it has notified the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general and the Guatemalan government.”

      Illness recognized by Immigration, taken to hospital appropriately.

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    • Michelle says:

      And not a peep about American citizens who are killed by illegal immigrants.

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  15. duchess01 says:

    Really?

    The Fed and IRS must be ABOLISHED

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  16. LOL!

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  17. mashall says:

    https://www.ice.gov/webform/hsi-tip-form

    ” Use this form to report suspected criminal activity.

    Be as specific and as detailed as possible. You are encouraged to provide any additional identifying details such as places of birth, countries of citizenship, and any numeric identifiers in the below narrative text box. The detailed information you provide will assist investigators as they look into reported violations.”

    https://www.ice.gov/tipline

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  18. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  19. “Wall Street is running around like a chicken with its head cut off, while Mr. and Mrs. Main Street are happy with their jobs, enjoying their best wage increases in a decade,” said Craig Johnson, president of Customer Growth Partners, a retail research and consulting firm. A recent drop in gas prices has helped last-minute spending.”

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    • bakocarl says:

      I would have expected higher, in consideration of the nearly full employment situation. However, when you have a good job and job security, you may not wait and “save up” for an item you want. You may merely go out and buy it . . . and then you might buy something less expensive for that Christmas gift.

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  20. FofBW says:

    Perhaps PT is letting all this corruption of government and manipulation of the economy to go on is to open the general populations eyes.

    We here at CTH are privileged with a keen insight provided by Sundance. The General populations still has a way to go IMO.

    Let’s pray that PT’s timing to finally end this evil on our country is divinely guided.

    Hope everyone had a very merry Norman Rockwell Christmas.

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  21. duchess01 says:

    What is going on here?

    NEWS
    Hundreds of Asylum Seekers Being Released on El Paso Streets Over Christmas

    Immigration authorities dropped busloads of immigrants at a Greyhound bus station without giving warning to local officials, despite having promised to do so.

    BY ROBERT MOORE
    DATE: DEC 24, 2018

    https://www.texasmonthly.com/news/hundreds-asylum-seekers-released-el-paso-streets-christmas/

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    • FofBW says:

      IMO, either fake news or rogue liberal immigration agents

      Liked by 1 person

      • duchess01 says:

        One would think this would be reported to DHS – how in the world did these people cross the border – will await from verification from anyone here – I realize some ICE agents are thwarted from doing their job – but, this is ridiculous, BW!

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        • mashall says:

          No one likes feeling ripped off, but Americans must keep the Defeating the Illegal Invasion Subject in the forefront of public discourse to achieve Victory over the Fifth Columnist.
          Thanks duchess01

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          • duchess01 says:

            True – just hard to imagine ICE turning them out – this may just be ‘FAKE NEWS’ as FofBW said it could be – the number is disconcerting – 200 per day – that appears to be somewhat suspect – don’t you think, marshall? From where did that number come – we just cannot trust anything we read anymore – pray someone from that area can verify this or not – thanks, marshall.

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Not fake news per local coverage. Odd story.

        https://www.kvia.com

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  22. Bendix says:

    I can see why our hero stayed in the White House this Christmas. Melania made it so beautiful who would ever want to leave.
    He’s doing wonderful stuff, and loving every minute of it.

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  23. duchess01 says:

    December 25, 2018 – 08:00 AM EST
    Christians at risk of extinction in land where Christmas began

    https://thehill.com/opinion/civil-rights/422453-christians-at-risk-of-extinction-in-land-where-christmas-began?amp

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  24. Albertus Magnus says:

    What I see in 2019 from PDJT and our divided government.

    1) President Trump gets new admin secretaries confirmed that are MAGA in spirit and not just in their marketing;

    2) Troops in Syria come home and PDJT through his diplomatic skills convince both Saudi Arabia and Turkey to protect the Kurds;

    3) Complete transformation of the nation’s judiciary continues at an even greater pace now that judge-blocks in the GOPe are gone;

    3) Main street economy continues to improve, while financial markets stabilize;

    4) Mueller investigation ends without charges related to Russia, obstruction or collusions. The process crime of illegal campaign activities (Stormy) are filed, US House votes to impeach, Senate doesn’t convict;

    5) PDJT does file for re-election because he is the only one who can win from either party who can keep him and his family out of prison for made-up, BS charges….the globalists and their allies want him and his family DESTROYED not just gonel

    6) Hillary runs again:

    7) Constant, never-ending BS/snarkiness from all sides of our nation’s political spectrum;

    8) Progress is made building the wall from already appropriated funds;

    9) NAFTA dies because nothing can pass to replace it.

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  25. spoogels says:

    Mattis expected to be tapped by President Hillary Clinton.
    He got Trump instead.

    Was Mattis the leaker for Woodward?
    Did he leak other stuff?
    Was Mattis the author of the anonymous NY Times hit piece?

    This:
    “As reported in Bob Woodward’s book FEAR earlier this year, Mattis even took it upon himself to actively ignore an order from President Trump to have Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad assassinated. “Let’s fucking kill him! Let’s go in,” Trump reportedly exclaimed to Mattis after a chemical attack on civilians in Khan Sheikhoun.”

    and

    “Ironically, one of the final straws that sparked Mattis’s decision to leave the administration was Trump ordering a pullout of U.S. forces in Syria.”

    and

    “I think he’s sort of a Democrat, if you want to know the truth,” President Trump said of Mattis, during a 60 Minutes interview in October.”

    Something doesn’t add up except that Mattis was a leaker and a betrayer.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/mattis-expected-to-be-tapped-by-president-hillary-clinton-he-got-trump-instead

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  26. spoogels says:

    Amazon quietly developing a plan to fight back against President Trump in the new year, insiders say

    https://video.foxnews.com/v/5983450622001/?#sp=show-clips

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  27. spoogels says:

    Speaker Ryan Said He Would Never Support President Trump and He Never Has – Now We Know His Office Was Also Pushing Fake Russia Dossier!

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/12/speaker-ryan-stated-he-would-never-support-president-trump-and-he-never-has-now-we-know-his-office-was-pushing-fake-russia-dossier/

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  28. spoogels says:

    Pres Trump and Melania attended midnight mass on Christmas Eve

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  29. Shut-Down SCENARIO:

    • D-rats say “NO WALL”
    • President Trump asks how they’ll keep out TERRORISTS: Crickets
    • POTUS calls up the ENTIRE NATIONAL GUARD to patrol the Border
    • D-rats wail “you’re abusing the Guard”
    • POTUS decides to CLOSE of all Germany BASES to rotate with the National Guard
    • D-rats scream “you’re abandoning our Allies”
    • POTUS repeats his Border Security Deal
    • D-rats cry “we can’t afford it”
    • POTUS shuts down all Border Crossings and Imports from Mexico

    D-rat CAPITULATION.

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