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    POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    You beat me to it. I had it titled The Republicans are United. It's a Love Fest.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
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    Evidence is shown that coffee was served well above average temperatures and was so hot it could kill someone.

    "durrrrrr coffee is hot tho!"

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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by trixR4kids View Post
    Evidence is shown that coffee was served well above average temperatures and was so hot it could kill someone.

    "durrrrrr coffee is hot tho!"
    It killed JFK. The proof of that will be released today.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    It killed JFK. The proof of that will be released today.
    Along with how Ted Cruz' family was involved.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    Along with how Ted Cruz' family was involved.
    Hillary's EMAILZ and the Russians were involved, too. It was one big master plan.
    Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
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    Donald J. Trump said the press makes him more "uncivil" than he is. "I went to an Ivy League college. I was a nice student. I did very well. I'm a very intelligent person."
    **** this planet.
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    “There is zero appetite for the ‘Never Trump’ movement in the Republican Party of today,” said Andy Surabian, an adviser to Great America Alliance, the “super PAC” that is aiding primary races against Republican incumbents. “This party is now defined by President Trump and his movement.”
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/25/u...imes&smtyp=cur

    So, just so were all square now. It's Trump or the Democrats. Which is the same choice we had in 2016 but a lot of people apparently didn't get the memo or are ashamed of how they did nothing to stop it.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Here's a quote from Lou Dobbs' interview with Trump. It was a hard hitting news interview from FOX.

    DOBBS: The country owes you a great debt on so much.
    TRUMP: Your show is fantastic.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/25/u...imes&smtyp=cur

    So, just so were all square now. It's Trump or the Democrats. Which is the same choice we had in 2016 but a lot of people apparently didn't get the memo or are ashamed of how they did nothing to stop it.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    Here's a quote from Lou Dobbs' interview with Trump. It was a hard hitting news interview from FOX.
    Just so long as the cameras stopped rolling before they gave each other BJ's...
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

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    It killed JFK. The proof of that will be released today.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Now you too can make sweet sweet "motionless, antiseptic coitus" like Javanka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerphisch View Post
    Now you too can make sweet sweet "motionless, antiseptic coitus" like Javanka.
    Jesus, man, you should warn people before dropping that on them.

    The 21-minute-long collection of songs is as horny as it is depressing. The playlist evokes motionless, antiseptic coitus. It evokes two Tide pens in a plastic sale tub. It evokes Lysol wipes. It evokes the smooth, genderless slopes of a couple of undressed dolls. This is sex music only in the sense that two pages pressed together in a new Williams Sonoma catalog is sex.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    (Lindsey) Graham, as you may recall, once described Trump as a “*******” and an “idiot,” but now that they’re working together to deliver a gigantic tax cut to corporate America and the rich disguised as tax relief for the middle-class, he describes the president a little differently: “He’s a dealmaker, and he’s extremely flexible,” Graham told The Washington Post
    Trump is my man as long as were working on the tax cuts for the rich.
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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    It is widely accepted that the foundation of a strong democracy is to have an educated electorate. That belief is based on the idea that educated men and women can reason through the pros and cons of diverse alternatives to identify solutions to problems that are optimal. Individuals, accepting the responsibilities of their role in establishing rule through representation, will reason about which candidate can best represent their perspectives on the problem.

    Picking a representative becomes a matter of identifying the candidate who shares their particular perspective on a problem. This sounds like a simple act that only requires that a person with one set of views to select another person with the same set of views to represent them. Achieving a strong democracy would be so simple if two people existed that shared the same perspectives on all of the important problems. Still, an educated person could reason through the alternatives and select the candidate that best represents the majority of views or, at least, those views that are held most dear. Clearly, it is true that an educated person is more capable of reasoning through a problem than an uneducated person. The real question is whether an educated electorate is more likely to reason through the issues put forth than an ignorant electorate? That is an easy question. Ask any lover if reason is a stronger force in life than passion.

    Individuals of great education and reasoning ability can argue two points of view for years without resolution. As debates progress, it becomes easy for the participants to become wedded to a perspective with the consequence that counterpoints are ignored, discounted, or labeled as outright false. Reason retreats under the power and fury of emotion. If the education of the electorate is not the ultimate foundation for a strong democracy, then what is? Emotion clearly doesn't support democracy. Hero worship can lead directly to a dictatorship in which faults, flaws, and criminal acts are ignored by supporters because of the rose colored glasses they wear. Millions still worship the leadership provided by Stalin. Hitler still has his fans.

    The greatest foundation of a strong democracy is that representatives must defend their position periodically and do so in an open forum. The positions, interests, and character of the candidates are exposed to the electorate. Those who better represent their interests can replace candidates that stop promoting the interests of those they represent. Corruption, incompetence, arrogance, and deceit can be exposed and the individuals replaced. It is in this manner that true power resides in the electorate.

    If an educated electorate is not the foundation for a strong democracy, then what is value of education with respect to a democracy? Education does not serve democracy best by creating an educated electorate, but by providing a much larger pool of candidates to serve as representatives. Shrinking the pool of candidates leads to a restriction of choice and that reduces the power that resides in the electorate. Such actions can spiral out of control leading to the establishment of a monarchy. The establishment of a larger pool of candidate representatives is not the only value of education regarding democracy. Educated people put forth the solutions about which the representatives argue. Reducing the pool of educated people reduces the quality of the solutions that can be put forth. The ultimate result is a spiral towards mediocrity.

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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Good thing Trump, Scott Walker, Brownback, and basically every Republican are so interested in funding education in this country!

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    Re: POTUS 45.22 - The Genius of Donald Trump

    Quote Originally Posted by trixR4kids View Post
    Good thing Trump, Scott Walker, Brownback, and basically every Republican are so interested in funding education in this country!
    Just like the very red colored states. Where education funding has clearly taken a huge hit.

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