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Trump Voters In Kentucky-Mad Has H**
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Republican Voters in Kentucky are upset because they voted for Trump and voted against their best interest. You've got it folks--they woke up Saturday Morning and realized they've been Trumped. It's sad because the coal miners are out of work (jobs are not coming back-Trump lied) and they will soon be out of healthcare. (ACA helped to treat the majority of the coal miners diagnosed with black lung).

I expect this type of reaction across the country over the next year.


In Kentucky, hundreds of demonstrators packed into the Capitol building Saturday to protest the state Legislature’s passage of a slew of controversial bills, including an anti-union "right-to-work" law and extreme anti-choice legislation that bans abortions after 20 weeks and requires a woman to have an ultrasound before having an abortion. The surprise emergency legislative session Saturday came after Republicans seized a supermajority in the House of Representatives, giving the Republicans control of the House, the Senate and the governorship for the first time in Kentucky state history.

Protests Erupt in Kentucky After GOP Supermajority Passes Extreme Anti-Choice, Anti-Union Bills https://www.democracynow.org/2017/1/9/protests_erupt_in_kentucky_after_gop via @democracynow


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Sheran commented on Monday, Jan 09, 2017 at 19:59 PM

I'm glad they're mad as hell! Last time I checked Obama was still president...

Sheran commented on Monday, Jan 09, 2017 at 20:27 PM

Senator Joe Manchin ‏@Sen_JoeManchin 5h5 hours ago
I am thrilled @realDonaldTrump is showing true leadership by joining me to fight for our miners who powered this nation to greatness.
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Senator Joe Manchin ‏@Sen_JoeManchin 5h5 hours ago
Today I spoke to @realDonaldTrump & he committed to working with me to secure the healthcare benefits guaranteed in #MinersProtectionAct
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Senator Joe Manchin ‏@Sen_JoeManchin Jan 5
I’ll be on with @mitchellreports at 12:35 to talk about #ACA in #WV & the news of the day. Tune in if you can.
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PoliticsNation commented on Monday, Jan 09, 2017 at 21:05 PM

Post the good and the bad. I've posted a few bad ones too.

@Sen_JoeManchin You'd be serving them better by educating them that mining is dying & aiding them to find something else.@realDonaldTrump

Chase Henderson ‏@_chaseh_ 5h5 hours ago
@MarkRose111 @Sen_JoeManchin @realDonaldTrump he's so inconsistent who knows what he'll stand but he'll definitely fall for everything
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Funkentelecky commented on Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017 at 11:01 AM

@PN, you told me to stop lying and post facts and or issues in a blog. I read your blog and watched the video and I found no evidence whatsoever that the protestors were "Trump Voters" 2/3 thirds of your blog post are your "Opinion" and the title of your blog is false.

I don't agree how these Republicans passed this legislation without giving the minority and the public a chance to review it. However you didn't have any problem when Obama, Pelosi and Reid back doored Obamacare through reconciliation (51 votes) instead of 60 like we did in The New Deal, Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare and the Civil Rights Acts of 64/65. BTW Civil Rights was initially passed by Republican Congress in 1866 and 1875 and when Democrats regained control of Congress in 1892, they repealed it in 1894. Democrats to include Al Gores father and JFK filibustered the Civil Acts Rights legislation of 1957. If Democrats had left blacks alone back in then, we wouldn't be as divided as we are today.

The Democrats do not possess the high road in regards to fairness by rule of law and I implore you to keep your enemies closer so that you may be a more informed voter. No one can be more informed as the person that goes into the lions den in a reasonable amount of time. In your case, "Fox News, conservative radio or blog posts"


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