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Wed Apr 26, 2017, 11:59 AM

About posts that seem to be complaining that Twitler can't get any legislation passed

They note, quite correctly, that he is in way over his head and doesn't have a clue what he is doing. Imagine how much worse this would be if he was smart? If he really was the Great Deal Maker? As much as he worries me, I'm beginning to think that he is going to turn out to be more bluster than anything else. IMO, as long as we stay vigilant and keep resisting, I think we will be ok.

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Reply About posts that seem to be complaining that Twitler can't get any legislation passed (Original post)
Phoenix61 Apr 2017 OP
CountAllVotes Apr 2017 #1
MedusaX Apr 2017 #2
Phoenix61 Apr 2017 #3

Response to Phoenix61 (Original post)

Wed Apr 26, 2017, 12:03 PM

1. Lame Duck tRump

Yep, that is what we have a lame duck with a big mouth that doesn't know he is doing.

What a loser!



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Response to Phoenix61 (Original post)

Wed Apr 26, 2017, 01:21 PM

2. It is the structural damage he has /will continue to facilitate

that will have the greatest impact...

Unfortunately, people tend to only recognize the success/ failure of the campaign "promises" as having value....

Clearly, on the surface it appears he has not accomplished much of what he promised... and while that is a good thing in general......

It also creates a false sense of normalcy and distracts from the daily acts of deconstruction taking place...
when agencies and departments are not functional and basic standard processes cease to take place
The entire sequence of related activities are then either not initiated or not followed through with...

So regulations may still be in place... but have no value without enforcement and oversight and evaluation.....

You do not have to battle each agency / issue / law/ regulation individually nor confront each directly & publicly.....in order to eliminate them.

All you have to do is create an opportunity for the agency/dept to experience an extended period of uninterrupted dysfunction.... and it will die on its own... along with all of the regulations & laws & processes it once supported....

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Response to MedusaX (Reply #2)

Wed Apr 26, 2017, 01:28 PM

3. Very good points

The damage to the EPA has me especially worried. When businesses are complaining about the lack of staffing there you know it's not good. He will definitely leave a huge mess to clean up. I'm hoping a lot of the EPA changes will get hamstrung in court at the state level.

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