PART OF TRUMP’S INAUGURAL ADDRESS COULD HAVE BEEN AIMED AT DO-NOTHING JAMAICA & QUEENS ELECTED OFFICIALS

While I did not vote for Trump nor was I a supporter, he had some good things to say in his inaugural address and if he keeps his promise with some of these issues, I will commend him, even though I feel he is totally unqualified for the position of President and I certainly do not like who he is filling his cabinet with. But hey he is the President, like it or not, and the Democrats should have done a better job and not prop up Hillary Clinton.

Anyway, when I heard the one part of his address, all I could think of was the do nothing, crooked elected officials of Jamaica, Southeast Queens and pretty much most of the NYC elected officials.

“We will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action — constantly complaining but never doing anything about it,” he said. “The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action.”

107-58 164th Street Jamaica, NY

107-58 164th Street. Example of what empty talk from do nothing and crooked elected officials get you in the dirty Southeast Queens.

Well, that pretty much sums up folks like Comrie, Meeks, Wills, Miller, Katz and the whole slew of NYC elected officials, especially the assholes from Queens and especially the do nothing black gangsta elected officials of Jamaica who have kept Jamaica  ghetto mess so they can stay in office.

Useless do nothing Senator Leroy Comrie

Useless do nothing Senator Leroy Comrie

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From Yahoo:

Striking populist tone, Trump promises: ‘You will never be ignored again’

Olivier Knox 4 hours ago

In an inaugural address fired with the populist fuel of his norm-shattering campaign, President Donald Trump on Friday vowed to take on entrenched interests in Washington, secure America’s borders, fix its infrastructure, bring back factory jobs, and wipe out terrorism. “The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer,” he promised. “You will never be ignored again.”

Trump portrayed parts of the country as suffering through economic devastation — a bleak landscape of shuttered factories, despairing parents, undocumented immigrants, and at the mercy of drugs and gangs.

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“This American carnage stops right here and stops right now,” he said from the steps of the Capitol. “America will start winning again — winning like never before. We will bring back our jobs, we will bring back our borders, we will bring back our wealth, and we will bring back our dreams.”

Looking overseas, the 45th president vowed to enlist old allies and new ones in a war that will not end until it sweeps away “radical Islamic terrorism” — a phrase shunned by his two immediate predecessors, Barack Obama and George W. Bush, who sat behind him during the remarks.

“We will reinforce old alliances and form new ones, and unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the Earth,” Trump predicted. He did not name Russia, but the president is known to favor closer ties with Moscow.

As he did during his improbable campaign, Trump cast himself less as a Republican and more as an outsider prepared to shake up Washington and take on “the establishment,” including many of the assembled politicians who watched him speak the 35 words of the oath of office.

“We will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action — constantly complaining but never doing anything about it,” he said. “The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action.”

LIVE UPDATES: Complete coverage of the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump

And, he said, “What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people.” The comment may have surprised Republican leaders eager to reap the benefits of legislative and executive branches united under the GOP’s sway.

President Donald Trump. (Photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters)
President Donald Trump. (Photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters)

For much of his remarks, Trump railed against the world order that the United States built and sustained in the aftermath of World War II, implicitly echoing his campaign-trail attacks — on China as an economic predator and of some NATO partners as freeloaders.

“For many decades, we’ve enriched foreign industry at the expense of American industry; subsidized the armies of other countries while allowing for the very sad depletion of our military,” he said. “From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first, America first.”

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Trump, who has vowed to rip up or rewrite trade deals he blames for lost American jobs, seemed to expressly endorse economic protectionism.

“We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies and destroying our jobs,” he said. “Protection will lead to great prosperity and strength.”

And he reached for themes of unity after the divisive presidential race, while reciting his campaign slogan.

“Together, we will make America strong again. We will make America wealthy again. We will make America proud again. We will make America safe again,” he promised. “And yes, together we will make America great again.”

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3 thoughts on “PART OF TRUMP’S INAUGURAL ADDRESS COULD HAVE BEEN AIMED AT DO-NOTHING JAMAICA & QUEENS ELECTED OFFICIALS

  1. “We will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action — constantly complaining but never doing anything about it,” he said. “The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action.”

    Brilliant, insightful analysis, Joe! Right on the money. These words MUST be repeated over and over and shoved into the Jamaica pols faces. Description describes them to a T!

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  2. Despite the demand for accountability from electeds in that one isolated line, it was just the one quarter piece of candy corn in the shit mountain that was his inauguration speech.

    And if you look at the transcript, it looks like it’s just a bunch of assorted discarded tweets that had to many characters to fit on his twitter posts

    No surprise Don Worthless wrote it himself, well most of it.

    A commenter from another newsblog noticed something too from the speech. Besides the references to God and The Creator:

    “At the center of this movement is a crucial conviction: that a nation exists to serve its citizens.”

    ask not what you can do for your country; ask what your country can do for you!-Helen Steeply.

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