How do they feel about the border wall in Laredo? As opposed as they were, maybe the Dems take it down.I'm not celebrating, I'm watching others celebrate.. It's nice to watch, the hard part is going to be uniting the 2 sides for Joe.
Now they think there going to get "FREE" Healthcare, just like Canada :lol:
How do they feel about the border wall in Laredo? As opposed as they were, maybe the Dems take it down.
Same question for Arizona?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated Democrat Joe Biden on his election as the next president of the United States, saying he looked forward to building on the "extraordinary" relationship shared by Canada and the U.S.
"On behalf of the Government of Canada, I congratulate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on their election as the next President and Vice-President of the United States of America," read a statement issued by Trudeau Saturday.
"Canada and the United States enjoy an extraordinary relationship — one that is unique on the world stage. Our shared geography, common interests, deep personal connections, and strong economic ties make us close friends, partners, and allies.
"We will further build on this foundation as we continue to keep our people safe and healthy from the impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic, and work to advance peace and inclusion, economic prosperity, and climate action around the world."
The prime minister added that he was looking forward to working with Biden, Harris, their administration and the U.S. Congress to "tackle the world's greatest challenges together.".....More
Inside the large auditorium of the Free Chapel megachurch in Gainesville, Georgia, Pastor Jentezen Franklin, an evangelical adviser to Donald Trump, delivered a message that seemed tailored to the U.S. president's supporters still smarting from the election results.
Speaking from on top of a wide stage to about 800 churchgoers a day after Democrat Joe Biden defeated Trump, Franklin hedged on whether the former vice-president was actually the winner. Although he referred to Biden as the president-elect and insisted that whomever becomes the president "will be my president," he also declared he wants "a good honest and certified count from every state."
And there was one other point he wanted to make clear.
"Regardless of who becomes president," he said, his voice slowly rising, "Free Chapel will always be a pro-life church, a pro-Israel church, a pro-religious freedom church, a pro-equality and justice church!"
Franklin, who was met with loud applause, certainly knows his audience and knows many Trump supporters fear these issues will not be supported by a Biden administration.
Nearly a week after the election, results in Georgia are still extremely close, with Biden leading by about 10,000 votes. While state officials have announced a recount, it appears Georgia is on the verge of tipping blue if Biden's lead holds out.
But many Trump supporters say they're skeptical of Biden's progressive policies on the environment, the economy and abortion. They also fear a Biden administration might raise taxes and the economy could suffer.
Terry Olongo is a 54 year old manager of an IT company, a married father of three, and a strong Trump supporter who believes the president and his pro-business deregulation policies have boosted the U.S. economy.
Olongo, who attended Franklin's Sunday service, said he's nervous a Biden administration will bring in new business regulations and phase out fossil fuels.
"I'm absolutely worried from the standpoint 'how it's going to effect our personal lives and our freedom in business and so forth,'" said Olongo, standing outside the chapel with his wife, daughter and soon to be son-in-law.
"It's going to be an overreaching policy type of an agenda on his part."
Olongo lives in Gainesville, a town of about 45,000 about an hour northeast of Atlanta, which is right in the heart of the politically Republican district of Hall.........More