“And the phone rings. It was a client of mine,” Bertosa remembers. The client rattled off Israel’s unpronounceable name and said he wanted to come in and record a demo. “I do,” Trump said. “I love equal pay. I love equal pay, I do. Give hell, Obama, we are TIRED of the Repubs putting party and politics before America. Man up, Repubs you took a beating and now you need to understand WHY. Get rid of your dinosaurs and your crazies..
I worry about the rhetoric that is coming out from the party.”Itis possible, however as Trump argues that if he wins the GOP nod that new voters who haven’t gone to the polls before andsome Democrats and independents may be attracted to his candidacy. That seems less probable in the case of Cruz, who has nurtured a national image as a conservative firebrand.But national Republicans will have their eyes trained on seats like Dold’s, watching to see if Trump could hurt their vulnerable incumbents nationally.Dold’s 10th district which begins in the affluent suburbs just north of Chicago and stretches North to the working class towns that hug the Wisconsin border could not be more competitive. He won it in 2010 with 51 percent of the vote and lost it in 2012 by less than a percentage point to management consultant Brad Schneider (D) in a district that President Obama carried by 17 points.
I said what I did because I thought in my head about how OP used the star wars meme for a sick burn in regards to Jewish and Christian history. That was when I also remembered learning about the Holocaust and how many Jews actually died of burning (not just the gas showers) at the hands of the Nazi therefore my reference to the second burn. It just a bad joke, leave it alone and move on.
The results speak for themselves. Thank you for guiding me and teaching me something new every day. Goal now is to lean down just that little bit more, maintain and then reverse diet/increase my calories. Now, at the center of power in the White House, Bannon is moving quickly to turn his ideas into policy, helping direct the biggest decisions of Trump’s administration. The withdrawal from a major trade pact. A ban on all visitors from seven majority Muslim countries.