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1. B Hoskins CEOExpressSelect Member
     (9/14/2017 7:31:26 PM)
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I'm also in the another theory category.

I think he's not an ideologue. He is more about getting deals done. If the republicans won't work with him, let the democrats try. If they won't, let's push the EO buttons and make Congress legislate to undo them. Congress will have to work together to undo lots of his EOs.

I think he's mad at the republican establishment. I think he's mad at democrats who vote in blocks against his agenda. So, there's no group that he's enthusiastic about working with. But, if he can find a way to cause either or both groups to do things, then that may be better than the continuous "tastes great" "less filling" shouting matches we've been watching for the past 8 months.

I also think it's about DT as well. Interesting, the republicans were mad when Obama did his Dreamers EO. Now, they're mad when DT reverses it. You can't have both sides... or can you?

The democrats thrive on the victim mentality.. victims need democrats to 'save' them, even if they don't really get 'saved.' Repulicans need everyone to think that they're not heartless rich loviving elitists. It's all about what somoene else thinks, and it's all about positioning... not what really might be best for the nation as a whole.

I'm not sure Donald appreciates how hard it is to get anyone who IS in power to relinquish it and work with him. I'm not sure we've had a president that had 24/7 oposition from the day he won his nomination. It's definitely a cluster.
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