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Old 11-18-2016, 12:47 AM   #1
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Trump Takes Credit For Keeping Lincoln Plant In America That Wasn’t Going To Leave
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We can reasonably assume deep will ignore that link
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deep is essentially a clickbait bot for this board now.
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He was when I first joined
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Looks like a fake chart to me
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Facts. Who needs em when we have our glorious leader? Make America Great Again!
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Ford. Was never moving. Tump supporters fall for yet more bullshit. Nobody surprised.

Team of Imbeciles. Making America Stupid...er
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Jeff Sessions as AG. Cool cool cool.
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Jeff Sessions as AG. Cool cool cool.

I still think this is one giant troll job. He's HAS to be picking the most controversial folks on purpose. He's passed on the ones like Christie, who people would probably roll their eyes at, in favor of people who have publicly humiliated themselves with embarrassing views or displays of lack of knowledge.
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If my count is correct, there have been 4 official appointments. One is a white supremacist, another is a known racist, and yet another is a pro-Putin Islamophobe.

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Put the pro-Putin thing aside. Even if that's the wrong view and they're ignorant with their views/poising us for potential failure, foreign policy of such a sort is dramatically different from being an inherently hateful person with power to act on such hate.
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Put the pro-Putin thing aside. Even if that's the wrong view and they're ignorant with their views/poising us for potential failure, foreign policy of such a sort is dramatically different from being an inherently hateful person with power to act on such hate.
I think accomodation with Russia on some issues, like Syria, is not necessarily a mistake. Being pro-Putin, as in the person (which seems to be the case here), is a problem, considering the internal (and external) agenda he implements.
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I think accomodation with Russia on some issues, like Syria, is not necessarily a mistake. Being pro-Putin, as in the person (which seems to be the case here), is a problem, considering the internal (and external) agenda he implements.

I suppose. I didn't really word my post all that well, but my intention was just to say that ignorance of Putin isn't as reprehensible as legitimately being a white supremacist, being a known racist, the levels of homophobia coming from folks like Sessions, etc.

Equally, one could equate a support of Putin to the support of the ever-so-quoted Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Being pro-shitty-people isn't past any of our politicians, regardless of which side look.
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Speaking of Russia, it's astonishing how some of Trump's tactics are eerily similar.

Look at this: How will Trump make America great again? Truthiness

Or think about the Facebook chart above.

And then read this: ‘Out of My Mouth Comes Unimpeachable Manly Truth’ What I learned from watching a week of Russian TV.
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Speaking of Russia, it's astonishing how some of Trump's tactics are eerily similar.

Look at this: https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...ain-truthiness

And then read this: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/22/ma...nly-truth.html

This doesn't shock me at all.

Early on when Trump was clearly borrowing Hitler rhetoric, the right would throw their hands up and say "oh everything devolved into comparing something to Hitler on the internet!"

But the reality is, in a literal sense, he was likely purposely actually using Hitler's methodology, from a studied perspective. That doesn't mean he wants to commit genocide. But it's foolish to think Trump doesn't know exactly what he was doing on the campaign trail. And it doesn't surprise me that he admires someone like Putin and wants to be just like him.
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I suppose. I didn't really word my post all that well, but my intention was just to say that ignorance of Putin isn't as reprehensible as legitimately being a white supremacist, being a known racist, the levels of homophobia coming from folks like Sessions, etc.

Equally, one could equate a support of Putin to the support of the ever-so-quoted Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Being pro-shitty-people isn't past any of our politicians, regardless of which side look.
Agreed on both counts. US politicians are generally quite hypocritical about not supporting authoritarian or human rights abusing regimes abroad. Ethiopia, Uganda and Saudi Arabia are good examples.
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