President Donald J. Trump, Until The Wheels Fall Off

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When people ask me what I think about President  Donald J. Trump, often my response is “I’m with him  until the wheels fall off.”

Back in the day

In 1973 a group of bikers made a vow to remain together “Until the Wheels fall off.”  It was the Wheel Lords Motorcycle Club.  They lived  the street chopper counterculture lifestyle.  They would hang out, ride  and party with the “Hells Angels” and “Unforgiven Sinners.”   That was a thing back in the 1070’s.  Young men joined motorcycle clubs to live the freedom of the open road.  They lived true to their words in that vow.  They were loyal to each other until the end.  “Until the wheels fell off”.

When a person says “Until the wheels fall off”  they are saying is that they are with you “until the end of the road”, “until they cannot go on any longer”. They have given their word, their loyalty.   That is my understanding.  Some of you might be  thinking, “What does this and a group of bikers have  to do with Trump?”.  The answer would be “They don’t have anything to do with Trump”.    I mention the bikers because I’ve said in the past, “I’m with Trump “Until the wheels fall off”.  It doesn’t matter what he does.  It means I’m not going to bail if things get rough or he makes a decision I don’t agree with.  The second reason why I mention them is because I’m finding it hard to understand why some Trump supporters  bailed on  him after he re- opened the government.   If a group of bikers can be loyal to each other, why is it so hard to stand with the man you help get elected.   Who do you have lined up that is better?  Sure, I’m the only one saying “Until the wheels fall off” but to those of you that bailed on him after he re-opened the government,   “Where is your loyalty?”  He makes a decision you don’t agree with and you turn on him.  Up to this point he has done more in two years than any other President has done for their whole term.    This doesn’t matter to those that bailed.  “He signed the paper so he needs to go.”  The first word that comes to mind is “Jellyfish”.  Jellyfish are spineless.

I saw where a “Jellyfish” had made the comment “He signed the papers, he backed down to Pelosi and we are not getting a wall.  I’m finished with Trump”.

Lets talk about it

As far as being “finished with Trump”,  Thanks for your vote, good luck to you. When Trump signed his name to re-open the government, many people think  the Democrats beat him.  Some say “So much for the wall”.  Others will say “He did it so the Federal employees get paid”, ” Trump caved”, “Trump lost”, “Trump is Weak”, “Why did he sign the papers?” , etc.  It does look like the Democrats got over on him.  People forget this Trump we are dealing with.  When he signed his name, what else do you think he signed his name on?  The two images are from a source of mine.  This is what was included when he signed his name that day.

15 day notice given to use military to build wall

We are getting a wall

Trump gets Federal employees paid.  Trump puts Democrats on notice.  Trump ends shutdown.  My source has yet to fail me.  I’ll include two links for better resolution Image 1 and  Image 2.

The Government ShutdownTrump, the wall

My take on the “Shutdown”

In the event of a Government Shutdown the Federal government has only the essential employees working that is needed to run the country.  It’s the same at the White House.  Trump had essential staff working.  That would more than likely  be the Bosses, leaders of each department still in operation.  During that time they have to be more efficient.  Streamline their operation.  During the shutdown they found out that they were getting more done than they were with a full staff.  How is that possible?

It is common knowledge that there are many people in Trumps administration that are working against him.  Part of “the  Deep state”.  During the shutdown these people were at home or someplace else.  What matters is they were not working.  Which means no one is around to SABOTAGE.  This is the only time where Trump is able to do a through “house cleaning “.  This is a good indicator to why the Democrats are pushing a bill that would end all government shutdowns.

I cannot say that this was planned.  Trump is famous for taking a losing situation and making it a win.  I don’t think he has ever said he lost at anything.   I’m with Trump, until the wheels fall off.

Respectfully

Deplorable Patriot

 

 

 

 

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Hawkmoon

I’m with you brother.
RIF A great way to reduce the anti-American Liberal “Swamp”
“President Trump’s budget proposal raises the prospect of massive layoffs across the federal government. While his proposals must be approved by Congress, the magnitude of the proposed cuts has put the dreaded acronym RIF — otherwise known as reduction in force — back in the Washington vocabulary.”
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2017/03/16/what-is-a-rif-a-federal-workers-guide-to-the-trump-budget/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.011b2c91a547

Seumas
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Seumas

I would posit that the “government” was not shut down, rather that was a gross misnomer of a term, a synthetic buzzword generated to sound like it had a severe gravity, when it did not, in order to provoke response, and sow fear & discord, (propaganda 101 techniques) congress still paid themselves, and still conspired against the people, the federal reserve continued to function, and destroy lives as usual with no stopping, there was no real “shutdown” of the government at all. Just an annoyance event for the hirelings, and low-levels. As far as trump goes, chabad has his daughter… Read more »

Dr. Eowyn
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Trump is my last hope, and many agree his election as POTUS was a near miracle, which gave America some time to reverse course from the Left’s determined and depraved destruction. My first commitment is to the truth, as God is Truth; it is not to a particular person, as all human beings are flawed, a fallen creation. I have lauded Trump for his real accomplishments, especially his fulfillment of campaign promises — a rare attribute among politicians. I am especially grateful for his staunch and unwavering stance on abortion — and on taxpayers’ funding of abortion. Alas, Congress is… Read more »

Zigggy
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Zigggy

I agree. And I think he’s always 2 steps ahead. He’s shown that a government shut down will do nothing to help with the wall, but he tried. Next up will be the state of emergency, because now it is truly the last resort.

Stephen T. McCarthy
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Deplorable Patriot ~

>>… “I’ve read Man was made if the form of God. Man is flawed, thus God is flawed.”

Do you genuinely believe what you wrote above? Or were you attempting to make some point or highlight some idea with that comparison which I evidently didn’t grasp?

Yes, The Holy Bible clearly states that God made man in God’s own image. But do you sincerely think that because man makes mistakes it also means that God makes mistakes and that God is a flawed Being?

~ D-FensDogG
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Watertender
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Watertender

I am staying with President Trump too. The man is trying to do what he said he would do or at least he is to my way of thinking. Him instead of Hillary is a reprieve for America. Pelosi and Schumer are obstructionists…

Alvin Truthfinder
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Alvin Truthfinder

I sent him my opinion via email. I wasn’t exactly happy with things, and I let him know. I also let him know when I agree, when I’m thankful for the many things he’s done. I let him know what I think, and it’s a good idea to do that. He needs to know.

But did I snarl, “It’s over.”? No. Those wheels are still hummin’ down the road. The more noisy leftist/treasonous weather thrown at him, the more I hunker down and say, “Let’s win this thing.”

Bob
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In all years as a political junkie. I’ve never experienced anybody like DJ Trump as our President. I’ve known about the man for 30 years. Nothing Trump did back then was a big surprise to me. I was out west and Trump was New York City. I was a commercial building contracter and so was he times a gazillion. The President was good at what he did as a builder, while considered a hard ass, take no prisoner, negotiator. He never took ‘no’ or failure as an answer against getting the job done. He could be ruthless. It didn’t take… Read more »

Kimtom
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Kimtom

As a former VET I tend to side with country and leaders, I served under Reagan, I would serve under Trump. He has proven true, so far, every time. He has proven me wrong with the Syrian bombings, I thought for sure another war!!! but once the truth came out (non viable, non-provoking targets) The Russians stayed cool, nothing escalated. I will give Trump the benefit of every doubt, he operates very cleverly. The shutdown is another. We do not know, everything that goes on behind the scenes, but I hope he reveals , declassifies, unseal, everything. Throw us a… Read more »

Glenn47
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Glenn47

DP, excellent column. I too, am here til the wheels fall off. Where else could we possibly go? Nowhere. We knew who the President was decades before we elected him, we chose to follow him warts and all. Sadly, he has been lied about and misquoted and sabotaged numerous times. Thankfully, we knew about his warts from him being in the public’s eye over the years. We knew what we were getting and knew he would be the one least likely to fold. Anyone that would jump ship over one item is not someone we want on our team. Did… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I put no faith in politicians of any stripe. I will give them credit where it is due. I suppose that makes me “not a follower”. That’s fine with me. I did not vote for him. I do not vote for anyone with either an “R” or a “D” after their name. I have a religion, politics isn’t it. It isn’t even a close substitute. I do not allow my wishes to cloud facts. He is definitely better than the alternative but that does not excuse the negative (in my book). I don’t follow sports teams and I don’t follow… Read more »

TrailDust
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Me too, Deplorable Patriot.

Jackie Puppet
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Jackie Puppet

Of course President Trump has done some terrific things in office. And he’s also taken some maddening actions (and even more so, maddening INactions). His first official executive order on Jan. 20, 2017, IMO, should’ve been to unseal Obama’s college transcripts and everything else Obama sealed up when he took office, which most likely would’ve shown Obama was a foreign student in America on a Fulbright scholarship. And that would’ve shown Obama to have been INeligible to hold office, and thus everything Obama signed/nominated/etc. would be rendered null & void, including Supreme Court justices. President Trump’s unwillingness to clean house… Read more »

Steven Broiles
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Count me in on Trump “until the wheels fall off,” but I AM NOT with his son-in-law Jared Kushner. President Trump, you may not have any choice in whom your son-in-law is, but you certainly DO have a choice in whom you pick for your advisers, who just may very well loosen a wheel or two for you!

Joseph BC69
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Joseph BC69

I have really enjoyed this posting’s comments, because it gives us a great insight into our motivations and feelings about so many aspects of what’s going on. I’ll repeat what I first wrote about President Trump –even before he was elected– when I said that if elected I’m pretty sure he’s going to be another Teddy Roosevelt. Teddy Roosevelt’s era is not much studied these days, but it was when I was in school. Let’s start with the fact that he was elected as a Progressive in a time when labels were bandied about just as much as they are… Read more »