DML to READERS: I will post your “tweet” letters today and tomorrow.

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I’m literally getting bombarded from my readers with one email after the next about Trump’s tweets after his latest one shows him body slamming a person who’s face is covered with a CNN logo.

As many of my readers know, two weeks ago I was hit with what I call a “health snag.”  I have not described what is happening with me, and I will not share the information until I have complete clarity on what’s going on inside my aging body.   More importantly, until then, one of the ways to ease the pain so to say, is to relieve myself from as much stress as possible.

For me, the Trump tweets have been an avenue of stress simply because I truly believe they are slowly backfiring on him, especially with the Independent voters.

I want to make America great again, but as Jessie wrote to me, “With each passing day we get more useless tweets and less useful laws.”   Does Jessie have a point?  Maybe.  I tend to measure things by immigration because it effects all areas of life in America (healthcare, education, jobs, etc).  That said, the illegal aliens are still looking for work outside my local 7/11 in big numbers.

Some people think the Trump presidency has been insanely awesome.  Others do not.

Jack from Florida says it’s only been 6 months and already we’ve seen improvement.  “Just ask a coal miner,” he writes to me.  Good point.

But “Joe” is less impressed than Jack.  Joe pointed out to me today that Mr. Gorsuch being appointed to the Supreme Court was w huge win for Trump and conservatives.  But aside from that, Joe says “few big things have been accomplished.”  He points out we don’t look to be any closer on taxes or healthcare.

According to Susan, “most of what we’ve seen so far are executive orders.  The biggest order we thought he’d sign remains unsigned.  Illegals continue to get amnesty. ”

Reggie tells me “the president will point to the stock market as an accomplishment because it’s on a high, but it can and will drop faster than it scaled.  History shows us this.”  He has a point.

Lexa says she loves the tweets and will remain cheering for more of them to be released.  She finds “many of them to be comical.”  No doubt, she has a point.

Then there’s Alice who fears the executive orders can be overturned with a swipe of a pen, so for her “it’s sort of like getting the first few numbers correct on a lotto card.”

I care so much about my readers.  So for a guy like me it hurts to see people upset over the tweets —- we have enough to worry about as a nation.

Like so many of you, long term I don’t see how the tweeting about Mika and CNN works out well for the president, or the American people.   Maybe I am missing it?  But I’m a value hunter, and I cannot find the value.  To Lexa’s point, we all like to chuckle.  But if I want a good laugh I’ll tune in to a comedy special or go on a Walk & Talk in Liberal Land, USA (aka where I live).

Throughout the remainder of this day, and all day tomorrow I will post some of the letters I receive from my readers about “the tweets.”  Good or bad, if you want to send me one with hopes that I will publish it, use the Submit News button at the top.  Please do your best at editing your letter — I will not be editing it for you.  I am simply copying and pasting what you send.  I will do my best to get all of them out to the millions of people who visit us each month.

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