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    Default Okay, call me jaded, but...

    ...I'm beginning to suspect Trump will not reveal his plan to replace Obamacare.

    My guess is that not doing so will be his real revenge for his loss.

    Too bad for our country. His plan was going to be so much better than Obamacare, cost so much less, and cover so much more.

    Huge loss!

    (Idea was blatantly stolen from a post I saw in another forum.)
    TIME FOR A NEW START. LET US TRULY MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.

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    The lost of Trump is a big gain for this country.
    QRP and 73 to everybody

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    My guess is that he won't release his taxes either. The difference being that his taxes actually exists. His healthcare plan was a hoax.
    Please leave your tRump 2020 signs in your yard. That way, my dog will know where to take a dump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Apisa View Post
    ...I'm beginning to suspect Trump will not reveal his plan to replace Obamacare.

    My guess is that not doing so will be his real revenge for his loss.

    Too bad for our country. His plan was going to be so much better than Obamacare, cost so much less, and cover so much more.

    Huge loss!

    (Idea was blatantly stolen from a post I saw in another forum.)
    Well in fiasco 45's defense: It was hard, "Who knew healthcare could be so complicated".. I blame his staff for being unable to dummy it down into a couple of bullet points in order to maintain his attention.

    Like the virus, he was willing to spend a week or two but hey, anyone would get bored month after month of the same grime facts, the hell w/ it, he had a campaign to run....
    "There is no question former President Trump bears moral responsibility. His supporters stormed the Capitol because of the unhinged falsehoods he shouted into the world’s largest megaphone," McConnell wrote. "His behavior during and after the chaos was also unconscionable, from attacking Vice President Mike Pence during the riot to praising the criminals after it ended."



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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Apisa View Post
    ...I'm beginning to suspect Trump will not reveal his plan to replace Obamacare.

    My guess is that not doing so will be his real revenge for his loss.

    Too bad for our country. His plan was going to be so much better than Obamacare, cost so much less, and cover so much more.

    Huge loss!

    (Idea was blatantly stolen from a post I saw in another forum.)

    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    Well in fiasco 45's defense: It was hard, "Who knew healthcare could be so complicated".. I blame his staff for being unable to dummy it down into a couple of bullet points in order to maintain his attention.

    Like the virus, he was willing to spend a week or two but hey, anyone would get bored month after month of the same grime facts, the hell w/ it, he had a campaign to run....
    Yup. Trump knew what was important...and the USA was certainly not as important to him as was...Trump.
    TIME FOR A NEW START. LET US TRULY MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Apisa View Post
    ...I'm beginning to suspect Trump will not reveal his plan to replace Obamacare.

    My guess is that not doing so will be his real revenge for his loss.

    Too bad for our country. His plan was going to be so much better than Obamacare, cost so much less, and cover so much more.

    Huge loss!

    (Idea was blatantly stolen from a post I saw in another forum.)
    I am actually surprised that the Great Negotiator never got Mexico to pay for the wall.

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    Hello Frank Apisa,

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Apisa View Post
    ...I'm beginning to suspect Trump will not reveal his plan to replace Obamacare.

    My guess is that not doing so will be his real revenge for his loss.

    Too bad for our country. His plan was going to be so much better than Obamacare, cost so much less, and cover so much more.

    Huge loss!

    (Idea was blatantly stolen from a post I saw in another forum.)
    I think you may be right about that.

    And I'm starting to get the idea that Trump is not going to release his taxes, either.
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    Hello Cypress,

    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    I am actually surprised that the Great Negotiator never got Mexico to pay for the wall.
    Hey, that's right!

    He said he was going to do that, too.

    And what about wiping out the federal debt in 8 years. So far he has added trillions to it. It's hard to see how this will lead to eliminating it completely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Apisa View Post
    ...I'm beginning to suspect Trump will not reveal his plan to replace Obamacare.

    My guess is that not doing so will be his real revenge for his loss.

    Too bad for our country. His plan was going to be so much better than Obamacare, cost so much less, and cover so much more.

    Huge loss!

    (Idea was blatantly stolen from a post I saw in another forum.)

    Yes. I guess we can forget about a 'Better Deal' with Iran, along with a 'Nuclear-free Korean Peninsula'.

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    I never got the answer we all sought.

    Just when was America great before, that it is not great now? What year?

    And what is the criteria for greatness?

    I'm starting to think that was just meaningless BS meant to energize fools who wanted to see whatever they wanted in the statement.

    What, exactly, has been done to make us 'great' that didn't already exist?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    Well in fiasco 45's defense: It was hard, "Who knew healthcare could be so complicated".. I blame his staff for being unable to dummy it down into a couple of bullet points in order to maintain his attention.

    Like the virus, he was willing to spend a week or two but hey, anyone would get bored month after month of the same grime facts, the hell w/ it, he had a campaign to run....
    His attention span was non existent unless he benefited somehow.

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    If Joe Biden has a mandate from the people, why does he need 25,000 troops and cops to defend the District of Criminals?
    I find nothing humorous about the state of our republic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Controlled Opposition View Post
    If Joe Biden has a mandate from the people, why does he need 25,000 troops and cops to defend the District of Criminals?
    I find nothing humorous about the state of our republic.
    Sigh, you’re supposedly smart, I’m sure it you think about it a little more, you’ll be able to figure it out. I have hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantasist View Post
    Sigh, you’re supposedly smart, I’m sure it you think about it a little more, you’ll be able to figure it out. I have hope!
    What you don't have is an explanation.

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