Skip to comments.Vanity - Trump Rally this evening in Indiana.
Posted on 05/10/2018 2:56:47 PM PDT by JLAGRAYFOX
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Hypotheticals don’t apply. Everyone doesn’t or have an interest in posting three vanities per day.
Besides, it’s not different that this pointless back and forth between you and me.
Beautiful post, JLAGRAYFOX.
And I agree with you that President Trump will go down in history as one of our greatest presidents.
where is the official rally thread for tonight?
LOL that may be beyond his capabilities. He’s pretty much limited to complain,bitch and groan in that order.
FDR, while very impactful, was not great. He screwed us up in too, too many ways. But congrats to your longevity!!! As far as Humblegunner goes I think of him to be a real life version of Jeff Dunhams Walter. Crotchety...but likable anyway!
Here is a YouTube link.
Bobby Knight!!!! I was at IU at the time. This is blast from the past!! This is fun!
And if my aunt had balls she would be my uncle........Since neither one has occurred in my 19 years on this site, I ain't getting my trousers in a knot...........
Do you want to be awash in stupidities and poorly written trash?
This comes under the heading of - You Can’t Make This Stuff Up. You, the poster boy of white trash commenting on the decorum FR should follow. With your desires & depth every post would be a play-by-play on Monster Truck Rally’s.
Thank you, Sir. I think your words captured the history were witnessing now at break-neck speed in a most honest & heartfelt way. It felt good.
I will say this about FDR. He was probably the best leader of a major power during WW2. Far better than Hitler, Stalin. Mussolini, Tojo or Chaing. And yes, even better than Chruchill, who, despite his ability to inspire his people, had some hare - brained ideas and tried to duck challenging the Germans head on.
FDRs accomplishment was in surrounding himself with top-notch military talent and allowing them to go win the war their way. None of the others did that.
Domestically, I don’t approve of his policies. He lacked Churchill’s vision for a post-war world, although many of his policies set the table for us to dominate the peace. But he did know how to win a war in a way not matched by most of his successors.
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