SOTU: Preview of prosperity

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Tuesday nightís speech by President Trump was the best speech I have heard in many years. Of course the party of ďNOĒ once again looked the inept gang that they are, making complete fools of themselves, and showing no respect for the president or the office, sitting there pouting like little children that didnít get a cherry on top of their ice cream.

For crying out loud, you liberal supporters, havenít you figured it out yet that you have been voting for a bunch of self-seeking do nothing people who couldnít care less about you or this country? You want to know how prosperity works, just keep watching the next couple years.

C.R. BECKER

Coeur díAlene

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