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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore!

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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

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MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
 

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That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
I think it has to do more with personal gain than incompetence.
 

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“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”

Xenophobes (Bigots) for Trump. That's not a revolution, that's playing to fearful scum, which Trump is good at.
 

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"An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll last November found deep frustration, with nearly 7 in 10 Americans agreeing they were angry that the political system “seems to only be working for the insiders with money and power, like those on Wall Street or in Washington.”

Really, this must be new because I've never, ever, heard of such a thing? I can scarcely imagine it...
 

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And this worked so well, last time. Doesn't everyone remember President Perot? Oh wait, neither do I...
 

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“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”

Xenophobes (Bigots) for Trump. That's not a revolution, that's playing to fearful scum, which Trump is good at.
No surprise that Jackson is one of the Trump faithful. Ugly xenophobia :( (google it Jackson :thup: )
 

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Where was Jackson during #OWS. :mad-61: OH YEAH!!! That's right it wasn't politically expedient for her then :redface: rw selective fauxrage of the month club
 
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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

Read more here: America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.



Are you a right-wingin, bitter clingin, proud clinger?
 

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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

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MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
Looks like all the world is fed up with all those lies coming from the White House and will be thankful to Americans if they can do something to stop it.
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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

Read more here: America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
Looks like all the world is fed up with all those lies coming from the White House.
View attachment 61667
After seven years of the usual getting jack-shit done American politics, it could be Jesus in the White House and they'd want someone else.
 

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Where was Jackson during #OWS. :mad-61: OH YEAH!!! :redface: That's right it wasn't politically expedient for her then :eusa_think: rw selective fauxrage of the month club
Screw OWS (pond scum)
Screw Trump (liberal lite)
Screw you (white eyeball secretion)
 

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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

Read more here: America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
You mean old white Christians are mad and bitter and fearful and now only 44 percent of the population :D
 

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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

Read more here: America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
Looks like all the world is fed up with all those lies coming from the White House.
View attachment 61667
After seven years of the usual getting jack-shit done American politics, it could be Jesus in the White House and they'd want someone else.
wait, according to the left, Jesus has been in the white house for almost 8 years now.
 

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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

Read more here: America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
Looks like all the world is fed up with all those lies coming from the White House.
View attachment 61667
After seven years of the usual getting jack-shit done American politics, it could be Jesus in the White House and they'd want someone else.
wait, according to the left, Jesus has been in the white house for almost 8 years now.
Can't say as I remember seeing that but oh well, you are facts-optional.
 

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America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

Read more here: America 2016: We’re mad as hell and not going to take it anymore

MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Craig Ziemke has voted for Democrats all his life, including twice for President Barack Obama. Not this year.
“The whole country is going to hell,” the 66-year-old retired factory worker said, standing against the bleachers at a high school gymnasium while waiting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to arrive. Ziemke’s fury is deep: Roads and bridges in the U.S. are falling apart, jobs are scarce and the U.S. border is wide open, he says.

“We’re letting all these people into the country. No one even knows who the hell they are,” he said. “We don’t need any more Arabs. The United States, anymore, is just a dumping ground for everyone.”
Ziemke plans to caucus for a Republican on Monday – and likely for Trump, “the only one with brains,” he said.
If Obama’s 2008 campaign in Iowa and beyond defined the election as one of “hope and change,” this year may well be described as the politics of rage.

In interviews with dozens of voters in both parties, the driving motivation across the state is anger and uprising. They’re fed up with lawmakers in Washington, who seem to work two or three days a week and get little done aside from raising money to stay in office. They’re mad about stagnant wages, companies sending jobs overseas and terrorists sneaking in across the border.
That is what is going on this election year. Americans are tired of the lies, incompetence and want this country to work together, and plainly work for them. No more of politicians jus getting in office to secure their future retirement funds.
Looks like all the world is fed up with all those lies coming from the White House.
View attachment 61667
After seven years of the usual getting jack-shit done American politics, it could be Jesus in the White House and they'd want someone else.

Sound like frustration in your post and figured out thy messiah couldn't save us...
 

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