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Vote for Collaboration Over Confrontation

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Americans of every perspective say they’re disgusted by the polarization, pettiness and unbridled anger that have come to characterize our politics.

The great majority of us say we want more cooperation and civility, but there’s only one way to vote for those qualities on Tuesday. If the Democrats win control of the House of Representatives, they’ve promised aggressive new initiatives for impeachment and investigation, and I believe they’d keep those promises—with two more years of determined efforts to destroy the president.

Republicans, on the other hand, may not agree with Trump on everything, but they’re determined to work with him for a program of constructive reform. If we really do want a new era of growth and gains, rather than more grating gridlock, GOP victory is essential.

Vote for collaboration over confrontation on November 6th.

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  1. Ty  •  Nov 2, 2018 at 2:42 am

    So the left in power needs gridlock, but the right needs a free pass with no constraints? I don't think so. But fear not, the democrats have enough legitimate targets of investigations and won't be screaming Bengazi dozens of times a day.

    And now, let's bring more left wing sanity to these boards.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgcxajLF86k

  2. Armand  •  Nov 2, 2018 at 12:41 pm

    Speaking of Benghazi, why don’t the republicans release the security camera footage?
    Why don’t the republicans replace crooked Obamacare with a Swiss healthcare system and end the capital gains tax?
    Why don’t they end predispute arbitration clauses for financial accounts and prosecute Wells Fargo execs in court?
    Answer…..central banking runs America.
    Trump has a Medieval, family dynasty view of the world, and so do the banksters.

  3. Borimor  •  Nov 2, 2018 at 4:34 pm

    Uh huh, tell us more!

  4. Mary  •  Nov 2, 2018 at 4:50 pm

    One only needs to review the Dems' horrific behavior during the Kavanaugh hearings to validate what Michael is saying. Nancy Pelosi and crew are only capable of boorish behavior: waiting until the 11th hour to bring forth Dr. Ford's accusations then complaining that there wasn't sufficient time to investigate them, condoning harassing people in public places whom they disagree with, etc. Do I think that Trump is perfect? Of course not but he is getting things DONE unlike our previous President. And please don't say that the Republicans thwarted Obama at every turn: for the entire first term, he enjoyed a Democratic majority.

  5. Bill  •  Nov 2, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    Mobs of Einsteinian Trumpflakes screaming "EMAILS!", "LOCK HER UP!", and "FAKE NEWS!". Is that an example of collaboration over confrontation?

  6. Cecil Baxter  •  Nov 2, 2018 at 5:39 pm

    Why should we collaborate with Trump? He is an extremely rude man who appeals to fear and prejudice. While he constantly blames any media to the left of Fox as being fake news, he is the largest single generator of fake news himself. While the economy is doing better than I expected, his tariffs are going to hurt it in the long run. Trump has little respect for law and none for justice. I don't favor impeachment because I don't think the Senate would ever convict and Pence would probably not be an improvement. However I sure hope that Trump can be kept in check in order to minimize the harm he can do the USA and the world.

  7. Paul Klein  •  Nov 2, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    What happened to judging people by what they do, not what they say.
    By that standard, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton and yes, Barack Obama score close to zero.
    President Trump, as bombastic as he may be, IS getting things done. He is doing us a service by actually making changes that strengthen the economy, military, business, taxation and forging ahead to dismantle bad deals with allies and bad treaties we've signed.

  8. Ty  •  Nov 3, 2018 at 2:37 am

    Here is more judging people by what they DO.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFNEJaIOfvI

    Republicans in Georgia tried to remove tens of thousands of voters from the rolls, most of them black, even though the black population is much smaller than the white population. Gee, I wonder why it's always tilted against democratic constituents, republicans SAY it's not about race/politics, just election integrity. That's why it's SUPER important to remove people who have a name discrepancy like not having an IDENTICAL match of the name, you know, like not adding a middle initial.

    What's that? On the voter rolls you listed as Charles B Sutherland, but you wrote here as Charlies Baker Sutherland? INVALID, strike that person from the rolls.

    OH, what's that? More BLACKS got taken off? Oh what a coincidence, could not be helped.

    TENS of THOUSANDS. Nothing but thugs, conservative anti democratic (in every sense of the word) thugs..

  9. Captainbinkman  •  Nov 6, 2018 at 1:24 pm

    Jobs not mobs!

  10. Ty  •  Nov 7, 2018 at 5:07 pm

    I just wanted to take this time to congratulate all those genuine conservative "values" voters who helped get Dennis Hof over the finish line in Nevada. He won his race fair and square despite immense odds against him, namely he was basically a pimp, and has been dead for a month. But at least he's not a dem !!!!!!

    https://mashable.com/article/dennis-hof-dead-pimp-nevada-cathouse/#oudYK3BgIgqz

    modern republican party folks

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