Daily Archives: August 26, 2017

Trump vs. Obama

Yo, Lefties who are criticizing Trump for going to Camp David this week-end!

Back in 2016, when Louisiana was experiencing record flooding, Obama went golfing on Martha’s Vineyard while Trump visited flood victims.

CNN responded to Obama’s critics by reminding us of Nancy Reagan’s answer to critics of her husband’s regular trips to the family’s ranch.

“Presidents don’t get vacations — they just get a change of scenery.”

2017_08 25 Trump tweet Hurricane Harvey

Camp David is 45 minutes from the White House and is outfitted with all the comms devices POTUS has at home.


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Congratulations to new mom Aleks Patete and her healthy new son, DJ. When Aleks went in for prenatal care, the doctor discovered she had ovarian cancer. Aleks refused to abort or undergo chemo until later in the pregnancy when her unborn son was developed enough to cope with it. At the time of the birth, Aleks was in remission.

2017_08 Aleks and DJ


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Delusional Democrats

In this clip, Dean says Trump is “incapable of governing” and “erratic”? Pfft. More like “systematically fulfilling his campaign promises to repair the economy, get Americans back to work, and defend our borders.”

Surprisingly (given this is MSNBC), Turley throws cold water on the idea that the Hillary-deprived can get Trump out via the 25th amendment.  I keep wondering if the yahoos yelling for impeachment really think that Hillary would replace him. Duh!

The Constitution clearly lays out that, if an incumbent President becomes incapacitated, dies, resigns or is removed from office, the Vice President takes over. We’ve had that happen a handful of times in our history, but we’ve never had to move down the succession list.

However, if Trump were removed and Vice President Pence became unable to serve before a new VP had been appointed:

  1. Paul Ryan, the Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives, would take over.
  2. After that, it would go to Orrin Hatch, President pro tempore of the Senate, another Republican.
  3. After that, it would go to Trump’s Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, another Republican.

Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES would the person who LOST THE ELECTION become POTUS.

Hat tip: Pistol Pete



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