Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by bear513, Jun 23, 2017.
I am just curious on the responses, that's why I put the question in the CDZ.
That would be return it to the constitution and the rule of law. That doesn't mean make new laws in order for some to skirt the law.
Not a thing, we've always been Great.
Sad, whimsical wish for a time gone by. America is still great imo. The way Trump wants to make it great again --by kicking out Hispanics and Muslims and beefing up policing of ghettos and going back to a private healthcare system no one can afford and denying climate change -- seems a little draconian to me.
A return to our former greatness.
So what time period would that be of our former greatness?
Well hell we'd have to go back to the mayflower.
Oh damn I get censored every time I make a personal attack, I guess you far out rw's have priority over everyone else. OK then. I guess that's probably the RW's are more of sensitive snowflakes and report me. But then it's ok if they do it.
It means spelling is a lost art. It's spelled g-r-a-t-e.
But all seriousness aside, it means we should take the Rump Fraud University playbook seriously when it advises "you don't sell products, benefits or solutions ---- you sell feelings". That describes perfectly the whole campaign. All emotion, no substance.
And then you put those feelings on a hat. Because you can't spell 'hate' without 'hat'.
Meaningless electioneering pablum. Funny though that the people who were so incensed about "hope and change" now embrace change with a new label "make America great again". They can believe simultaneously that America is exceptional but that it isn't great and we need some real estate huckster to make it great again.
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