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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sixty-one percent of Americans say they are better off than they were three years ago, a higher percentage than in prior election years when an incumbent president was running. In the 1992, 1996 and 2004 election cycles, exactly half said they were better off. In three separate measures during the 2012 election cycle, an average of 45% said they were better off.

Americans' Assessments of Their Personal Situation Comparatively Better Than in Prior Presidential Incumbent Re-Election Years

Are you better off than you were three years ago, or not?

  Yes, better off No, not better off As well off (vol.)
  % % %
2020 61 36 3
2012 45 52 3
2004 50 42 8
1996 50 34 15
1992 50 38 11
(vol.) = volunteered response; Data for 1992, 1996 and 2020 based on poll conducted in January of the election year. Data for 2012 based on average of three polls conducted in October 2011, December 2011 and August 2012. Data for 2004 based on an October 2003 poll.
Gallup

The current results, from a Jan. 16-29 Gallup poll, echo record highs, measured earlier in January, in Americans' satisfaction with the way things are going in their personal life and in their assessments of their personal finances.

Relatedly, 52% of U.S. adults say it is easier for them to "go and buy things in the stores" than it was three years ago, higher than in the 1992, 1996 and 2004 election cycles, when the figures were closer to 40%.

More Americans Report Better Financial Situation Now Than in Past Presidential Incumbent Reelection Years

Is it easier for you to go and buy things in the stores than it was three years ago, or not?

  Yes, easier No, not easier No opinion
  % % %
2020 52 36 11
2004 41 46 13
1996 42 40 16
1992 36 51 12
(vol.) = volunteered response. 1992, 1996 and 2020 data based on poll conducted in January of the election year. 2004 data based on October 2003 poll.
Gallup

Americans' perceptions of whether they are personally better off, and whether it is easier to buy things, appear to be influenced much more by their party leanings than by their economic situations. Sixty percentage points separate Republicans' (89%) and Democrats' (29%) assessments of whether they are better off than three years ago. Independents are essentially in the middle of the two groups, at 60%. Meanwhile, 64% of those in both upper- and middle-income households say they are better off, as do 49% of those in lower-income households.

The Republican-Democratic gap is smaller -- 44 points -- when people indicate whether it is easier for them to buy things than it was three years ago: 76% of Republicans versus 32% of Democrats say it is, as do 49% of independents.

The party gaps on the "better off than three years ago" question were much smaller in the past, partly because supporters of the incumbent president's party were less upbeat about their situations than Republicans are today.

Americans' Perceptions of Whether They Are Better Off Than Three Years Ago, by Political Party

Are you better off than you were three years ago, or not?

  Republicans Independents Democrats Party gap
  % % % pct. pts.
2020 (Trump, Rep) 89 60 29 60
2012 (Obama, Dem) 27 46 60 33
2004 (GW Bush, Rep) 64 48 37 27
1996 (Clinton, Dem) 49 50 53 4
1992 (GHW Bush, Rep) 66 49 36 30
Gallup

In addition to higher ratings among Republicans, today's higher figures are also driven by more positive ratings among independents -- 60% today, compared with ratings near 50% in prior years.

Assessments of U.S. International Standing Similar to Past Elections

The majority of Americans do not believe the U.S. is as respected throughout the world as it was three years ago -- 38% say it is and 59% say it is not. The percentage who think the U.S. is as respected is no worse than in past election years, with only as many as 40% saying so (in 1992 and 2000).

Additionally, 51% say the nation is as safe and strong as it was three years ago, while 43% say it is not. These readings are similar to what Gallup measured in the 2004 and 2012 election cycles, but lower than in 1992.

Americans' Assessments of Changes in U.S. Standing in the World Are Similar to Past Incumbent Reelection Years

Is America as respected throughout the world as it was three years ago, or not? Thinking about national security, do you feel that our nation is as safe and as strong as it was three years ago, or not?

  Yes No More/Stronger (vol.)
  % % %
Is U.S. as respected throughout the world  
2020 38 59 3
2012 30 65 1
2004 27 68 3
2000 40 54 --
1996 34 58 2
1992 40 50 6
Is nation as safe/strong  
2020 51 43 6
2012 49 47 1
2004 53 30 16
1992 64 29 4
(vol.) = Volunteered response
Gallup

As on the economic items, wide party gaps exist on the international items. Seventy percent of Republicans, but only 9% of Democrats, believe the U.S. is as respected throughout the world as it was three years ago. Thirty-two percent of independents hold this view.

Also, 76% of Republicans, 51% of independents and 22% of Democrats believe the nation is as safe and strong as when President Donald Trump took office.

Trump Given More Credit Than Obama for Economic Improvements

Sixty-two percent give Trump a great deal or fair amount of credit for improvement in the state of the economy in the past few years -- more than the 51% giving former President Barack Obama the same level of credit.

Trump Gets More Credit for Economic Improvements in Past Few Years

Please indicate how much credit, if any, [Donald Trump/Barack Obama] deserves for the improvement in the state of the economy in the past few years -- a great deal, a fair amount, not much or none at all?

  Great deal Fair amount Not much None at all
  % % % %
Donald Trump 37 25 19 18
Barack Obama 26 25 25 23
Gallup, Jan. 16-29, 2020

In 2000, Americans gave Bill Clinton slightly more credit for the economy (68% great deal or fair amount) than they give Trump today.

In January 2018, Gallup asked Americans a similar question about Trump and Obama, albeit with a different question wording. At that time, more Americans gave Obama (56%) than Trump (49%) a "great deal" or "moderate amount" of credit.

The economy will likely be as potent an election issue as any other, but there is no dominant issue in the public's minds. In December, the economy was among the top six issues that U.S. adults rated as "extremely important" to their presidential vote. The latest poll, which asked Americans to choose among those six issues as the single most important to their vote, finds 29% choosing the economy and 25% healthcare. Fewer indicated that immigration (14%), gun policy (13%), education (11%) or terrorism (6%) is their top overall issue.

Bottom Line

If Trump asks Americans whether they are better off than before he came into office, most would say they are. Trump also gets more credit for recent economic improvements than Obama does, though majorities give both credit.

Trump was clear during his State of the Union that he plans to make the strength of the economy a major focus of his reelection campaign. Given Americans' generally positive ratings of the economy -- including a 63% job approval rating for Trump on the issue -- it is a sensible strategy. But with Trump's overall job approval rating still below the majority level, the ultimate question is whether his economic success will mean more to voters than the more controversial aspects of his presidency.

Learn more about public opinion metrics that matter for the 2020 presidential election at Gallup's 2020 Presidential Election Center.

View complete question responses and trends.

Learn more about how the Gallup Poll Social Series works.

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Trump gonna win easier than last time. Independents will fall his way and moderate dems are gonna stay home

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7 minutes ago, Dago said:

Trump gonna win easier than last time. Independents will fall his way and moderate dems are gonna stay home

Daddy appreciates your vote

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This is interesting. I've never heard these statics on what the percentage of America thought.  

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1 hour ago, facelessman07 said:

Daddy appreciates your vote

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If an independent or libertarian that I prefer doesnt come along, then yes.

Right now the dems offer nothing except trying to promise shit the president cant even do and TRUMP SUCKS.

Whether I like Trump or not or even think he has anything to do with the good things going on in this country, putting in one of the Dems aint going to continue it

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Any rational person must admit under Trump:

  • The economy is soaring
  • Investments are kicking ass
  • Small business is booming
  • Factory's are reopening
  • Lowest unemployment rate in decades for all ethnic groups
  • Energy independence is an initiative, establishing America once again as an energy superpower via exporting of LNG. This was a dead in the water program when Trump entered office. American energy dominance is a major play in geopolitical security terms
  • We haven’t started any wars, even when provoked
  • Trade imbalances are being rectified, and he especially took on China and won using tariffs, leveling the playing field with our largest competitor
  • Border control has improved
  • Created and funded Space Force to guard our assets in space. This protects our country in wartime, protects our satellites and economy into the future. It was a major accomplishment
  • Signed into law First Step, slowing mass incarcerations for lower level crime
  • Beat the ever-living shit out of ISIS
  • Created and signed USMCA, a strategy that places all of The Americas in alliance with each other and creating friendly business between themselves
  • Flushed the Washington political club and turned it on its ear, exposing political corruption left and right, perhaps one of his most important lasting accomplishments. This is evidenced by the hatred many politicians have toward him since the moment he was elected

I’m not always a fan of his tweets, but his accomplishments easily overcome that concern.

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@SaintRay very well spoken and spot on.  I have not seen improvements of half of these accomplishments with any previous president since I started paying attention.  

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1 hour ago, MASH said:

@SaintRay very well spoken and spot on.  I have not seen improvements of half of these accomplishments with any previous president since I started paying attention.  

That’s because many previous Presidents used perfect political edicate with weak global policy agendas instead of focusing on keeping America prosperous. 
 

Love him or hate him, Trump has done wonders for the American superpower position and American economy.

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Worth the time to read this >>>

  Trump vs New World Order.....

Written by Dr. James Veltmeyer who is a prominent La Jolla physician
voted “Top Doctor” in San Diego County in 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, and
2019.


TRUMP: EXISTENTIAL THREAT TO NEW WORLD ORDER
By James D Veltmeyer, MD


 The ongoing attacks by the political establishment on President Donald
Trump –which began even before he was elected – are without parallel
in history. The savagery, frenzy, and outright hysteria displayed by
the President’s enemies within the Democrat Party, the media, and the
various power centers of the globalist elites have no prior precedent.
This President has been spied on, lied about, made the subject of
phony foreign dossiers, insulted, ridiculed, scorned, mocked and
threatened. We have witnessed Hollywood celebrities advocate for
blowing up the White House, demand the President be beaten, jailed or
even assassinated, and his children tortured and sexually abused. We
have seen politicians in Washington try to convict the President of
non-existent crimes, investigate him and his family members for
everything from tax returns to guests at his hotels, project on to him
crimes that they themselves have committed, and seed his
Administration with leakers and double-agents.


No other President in American history has been treated in such a
shameful manner. Not Lincoln. Not FDR. Not Nixon. Not Reagan.
What is it about this President that has roused such demons in his
political foes?  What is it about this President that drives his
opponents to the brink of insanity? What is it about this President
that so terrifies and terrorizes the Pelosi, Schiff, Schumer and
the George Soros?


Is it simply that he is not part of the club, a brash outsider with a
different style? Is it merely because he’s outspoken and tramples on
political correctness? Is it because he’s sometimes unpresidential in
his demeanor (at least in their minds)?


Not at all. After all, aren’t these the same folks who loved Bill
Clinton whose extracurricular activities involved cigars and staining
blue dresses in the Oval Office?


Of course, Clinton was beloved by the globalist elites who pull the
strings on world governments. He gave them NAFTA, after all. He gave
them the WTO. He made tens of billions of dollars for them and their
stockholders through these unfair trade deals that cost America five
million manufacturing jobs and closed 70,000 factories. He also gave
the military-industrial complex plenty of profit-making military
interventions, from Haiti to Bosnia to Serbia and Iraq. Bill Clinton,
for all his corruption, delivered the goods for the New World Order.
Donald Trump, of course, never played ball with these globalists. He
was elected explicitly on an anti-globalist platform that put America
first. From day one, he started to implement that America-first
agenda, earning him the undying enmity of all those whose profits are
secured by selling out American workers, American jobs, and America’s
national sovereignty.


President Trump pulled us out of the TPP.  Billions in lost profits
for the globalists.


President Trump pulled us out of the job-destroying Paris Climate
Accords. Billions in lost profits for foreign nations like Communist
China, at our expense. Read NASA's Report.


President Trump began the process of securing the U.S. border.
Billions in lost cheap illegal immigrant labor for the Business
Roundtable.


President Trump imposed tariffs on China, becoming the first President
ever to address Beijing’s annual $500 billion rape of our economy.
Billions in lost profits for corporations who ship our jobs to one of
the worst tyrannies on the planet.


President Trump renegotiated NAFTA. Again, billions in lost profits
for the cheap labor crowd.


President Trump launched the process of extricating the U.S. from
endless foreign wars and avoiding new wars with nations like Iran and
North Korea. Billions –perhaps trillions – in lost profits for the
globalist war machine.


Is the picture becoming a little clearer? In each instance, the
President’s policies have represented a dramatic upending of the
globalist agenda of both parties, the Carter-Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama
agendas of continuous war and the continuous looting of America’s
wealth and hollowing out of the American middle class. With both
parties and their representatives in Congress beholden to campaign
donors whose profits are threatened by Trump’s America-first
initiatives, is it no wonder that both Democrats and Never-Trump
Republicans,  all Globalist-Socialist, are determined to bring this
President down? Most of the mass media is controlled by these same
global corporations. After all, doesn’t Amazon’s Jeff Bezos - the
richest man in the world – own the Washington Post?


As was said in Watergate, just follow the money.  And -while you’re
following the money—see if it leads to a $500 million left-wing slush
fund run by a   shadowy Soros and Clinton -linked group called
Arabella Advisors which is funding the anti-Trump political agenda
through dozens of high-sounding front groups.


Folks, the New World Order gang is in full retreat all over the globe.
>From Brexit in the UK to the populist governments of Hungary and
Poland to the Yellow Vest movement in France and Salvini in Italy, the
middle and working classes are demanding the overthrow of their
nation-destroying overlords. The overlords who have flooded their
countries with unassimilable immigrants from North Africa and
surrendered their sovereignty to the European Union and its
unaccountable bureaucrats in Brussels. They have lived the unfulfilled
promises of the globalists, that giving up national sovereignty and
relocating jobs abroad would usher in a new era of peace and
prosperity. The exact opposite has happened. The globalist vision has
resulted in $7 trillion of pointless wars in the Middle East, an
immigration crisis, the loss of jobs, and declining standards of
living.


In the United States, Donald J. Trump has emerged as the New World
Order’s most tenacious and determined foe as   he fights the good
fight for the American people, our constitutional rights and liberties
and the sovereignty of our nation .   He is an existential threat to
the New World Order. Unlike other Republican presidents of the
recent past, he can’t be bought and has no price. Unlike them, he
doesn’t give in and he doesn’t give up.


Go ahead, globalists. Try your impeachment games. Try your Senate
trials. It won’t work In fact, it will backfire on all of you as –
after three years of trying to prevent the Electoral College from
voting for Trump, stopping the inauguration, unleashing Jim Comey and
the FBI, CIA spying, Robert Mueller and his phony Russiagate probe,
tax returns, emoluments, Kavanaugh, and all the rest - the patience
of the American public is wearing thin. We aren’t as stupid as you
think.


Something you will recognize clearly come November 3, 2020.
 

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5 hours ago, SaintRay said:

Worth the time to read this >>>

  Trump vs New World Order.....

Written by Dr. James Veltmeyer who is a prominent La Jolla physician
voted “Top Doctor” in San Diego County in 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, and
2019.


TRUMP: EXISTENTIAL THREAT TO NEW WORLD ORDER
By James D Veltmeyer, MD


 The ongoing attacks by the political establishment on President Donald
Trump –which began even before he was elected – are without parallel
in history. The savagery, frenzy, and outright hysteria displayed by
the President’s enemies within the Democrat Party, the media, and the
various power centers of the globalist elites have no prior precedent.
This President has been spied on, lied about, made the subject of
phony foreign dossiers, insulted, ridiculed, scorned, mocked and
threatened. We have witnessed Hollywood celebrities advocate for
blowing up the White House, demand the President be beaten, jailed or
even assassinated, and his children tortured and sexually abused. We
have seen politicians in Washington try to convict the President of
non-existent crimes, investigate him and his family members for
everything from tax returns to guests at his hotels, project on to him
crimes that they themselves have committed, and seed his
Administration with leakers and double-agents.


No other President in American history has been treated in such a
shameful manner. Not Lincoln. Not FDR. Not Nixon. Not Reagan.
What is it about this President that has roused such demons in his
political foes?  What is it about this President that drives his
opponents to the brink of insanity? What is it about this President
that so terrifies and terrorizes the Pelosi, Schiff, Schumer and
the George Soros?


Is it simply that he is not part of the club, a brash outsider with a
different style? Is it merely because he’s outspoken and tramples on
political correctness? Is it because he’s sometimes unpresidential in
his demeanor (at least in their minds)?


Not at all. After all, aren’t these the same folks who loved Bill
Clinton whose extracurricular activities involved cigars and staining
blue dresses in the Oval Office?


Of course, Clinton was beloved by the globalist elites who pull the
strings on world governments. He gave them NAFTA, after all. He gave
them the WTO. He made tens of billions of dollars for them and their
stockholders through these unfair trade deals that cost America five
million manufacturing jobs and closed 70,000 factories. He also gave
the military-industrial complex plenty of profit-making military
interventions, from Haiti to Bosnia to Serbia and Iraq. Bill Clinton,
for all his corruption, delivered the goods for the New World Order.
Donald Trump, of course, never played ball with these globalists. He
was elected explicitly on an anti-globalist platform that put America
first. From day one, he started to implement that America-first
agenda, earning him the undying enmity of all those whose profits are
secured by selling out American workers, American jobs, and America’s
national sovereignty.


President Trump pulled us out of the TPP.  Billions in lost profits
for the globalists.


President Trump pulled us out of the job-destroying Paris Climate
Accords. Billions in lost profits for foreign nations like Communist
China, at our expense. Read NASA's Report.


President Trump began the process of securing the U.S. border.
Billions in lost cheap illegal immigrant labor for the Business
Roundtable.


President Trump imposed tariffs on China, becoming the first President
ever to address Beijing’s annual $500 billion rape of our economy.
Billions in lost profits for corporations who ship our jobs to one of
the worst tyrannies on the planet.


President Trump renegotiated NAFTA. Again, billions in lost profits
for the cheap labor crowd.


President Trump launched the process of extricating the U.S. from
endless foreign wars and avoiding new wars with nations like Iran and
North Korea. Billions –perhaps trillions – in lost profits for the
globalist war machine.


Is the picture becoming a little clearer? In each instance, the
President’s policies have represented a dramatic upending of the
globalist agenda of both parties, the Carter-Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama
agendas of continuous war and the continuous looting of America’s
wealth and hollowing out of the American middle class. With both
parties and their representatives in Congress beholden to campaign
donors whose profits are threatened by Trump’s America-first
initiatives, is it no wonder that both Democrats and Never-Trump
Republicans,  all Globalist-Socialist, are determined to bring this
President down? Most of the mass media is controlled by these same
global corporations. After all, doesn’t Amazon’s Jeff Bezos - the
richest man in the world – own the Washington Post?


As was said in Watergate, just follow the money.  And -while you’re
following the money—see if it leads to a $500 million left-wing slush
fund run by a   shadowy Soros and Clinton -linked group called
Arabella Advisors which is funding the anti-Trump political agenda
through dozens of high-sounding front groups.


Folks, the New World Order gang is in full retreat all over the globe.
>From Brexit in the UK to the populist governments of Hungary and
Poland to the Yellow Vest movement in France and Salvini in Italy, the
middle and working classes are demanding the overthrow of their
nation-destroying overlords. The overlords who have flooded their
countries with unassimilable immigrants from North Africa and
surrendered their sovereignty to the European Union and its
unaccountable bureaucrats in Brussels. They have lived the unfulfilled
promises of the globalists, that giving up national sovereignty and
relocating jobs abroad would usher in a new era of peace and
prosperity. The exact opposite has happened. The globalist vision has
resulted in $7 trillion of pointless wars in the Middle East, an
immigration crisis, the loss of jobs, and declining standards of
living.


In the United States, Donald J. Trump has emerged as the New World
Order’s most tenacious and determined foe as   he fights the good
fight for the American people, our constitutional rights and liberties
and the sovereignty of our nation .   He is an existential threat to
the New World Order. Unlike other Republican presidents of the
recent past, he can’t be bought and has no price. Unlike them, he
doesn’t give in and he doesn’t give up.


Go ahead, globalists. Try your impeachment games. Try your Senate
trials. It won’t work In fact, it will backfire on all of you as –
after three years of trying to prevent the Electoral College from
voting for Trump, stopping the inauguration, unleashing Jim Comey and
the FBI, CIA spying, Robert Mueller and his phony Russiagate probe,
tax returns, emoluments, Kavanaugh, and all the rest - the patience
of the American public is wearing thin. We aren’t as stupid as you
think.


Something you will recognize clearly come November 3, 2020.
 

The New World Order isn't very happy right now...

https://pjmedia.com/trending/eu-leaders-complain-about-spending-more-on-defense-due-to-trumps-america-first-policy/

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I had posted before, our monthly income increased by $382 in 2018 and $404 in 2019. We are the epitome of the middle class, Trump's policies are working for us.

 

 

tl;dr 4 more years

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1 hour ago, DD: OG said:

I had posted before, our monthly income increased by $382 in 2018 and $404 in 2019. We are the epitome of the middle class, Trump's policies are working for us.

 

 

tl;dr 4 more years

 

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Where the top 1% experienced historic income gains and income inequality had record growth

Like I have said before, if a liberal is going to credit Obama for the current economy then they have to admit Reagans trickle down economics work and that conservative economic policies work

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It was fucking stupid.

Bottom out interest rates to give incentive for people with money to invest and then bail out the companies that should have failed taking away the best investment opportunities 

@SaintRay BTW Ray...remember when I was talking about fusion, automation, and 3D printing eliminating jobs and you said that people said the same about other other advances in the past and that more jobs were created? You forgot one thing....how many pf those have been government jobs? Expansion of government jobs basically means more taxes to pay them

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Imagine what Trump could have done so far had he not been busy fighting for his life for 3+ years . For the love of god , PLEASE god , let the Republicans regain the house and maintain the senate so he can move us forward the next 5 years .

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2 hours ago, Freebird Lives said:

Imagine what Trump could have done so far had he not been busy fighting for his life for 3+ years . For the love of god , PLEASE god , let the Republicans regain the house and maintain the senate so he can move us forward the next 5 years .

Sadly I don't see that happening

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On 2/16/2020 at 11:41 AM, SaintRay said:

Any rational person must admit under Trump:

  • The economy is soaring
  • Investments are kicking ass
  • Small business is booming
  • Factory's are reopening
  • Lowest unemployment rate in decades for all ethnic groups
  • Energy independence is an initiative, establishing America once again as an energy superpower via exporting of LNG. This was a dead in the water program when Trump entered office. American energy dominance is a major play in geopolitical security terms
  • We haven’t started any wars, even when provoked
  • Trade imbalances are being rectified, and he especially took on China and won using tariffs, leveling the playing field with our largest competitor
  • Border control has improved
  • Created and funded Space Force to guard our assets in space. This protects our country in wartime, protects our satellites and economy into the future. It was a major accomplishment
  • Signed into law First Step, slowing mass incarcerations for lower level crime
  • Beat the ever-living shit out of ISIS
  • Created and signed USMCA, a strategy that places all of The Americas in alliance with each other and creating friendly business between themselves
  • Flushed the Washington political club and turned it on its ear, exposing political corruption left and right, perhaps one of his most important lasting accomplishments. This is evidenced by the hatred many politicians have toward him since the moment he was elected

I’m not always a fan of his tweets, but his accomplishments easily overcome that concern.

I hope you don't mind if I still this. And add to it.  Very well spoken

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23 minutes ago, MASH said:

I hope you don't mind if I still this. And add to it.  Very well spoken

Ok with me. Mail me the $100 we agreed to.

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