Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work, a so-called "corporate" job, or otherwise).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it, or are replaced by more earnest individuals.

I say this as a failed entrepreneur and published author - most of what many degenerate Americans call "work" is so easy that a more intelligent individual could do it in their sleep - the "torture" is due to the self-induced boredom and moral apathy, not due to any "back breaking labor" like we might have heard of in North Korea, or the days of slavery.

If may of these selfish degenerates kept their penis in their pants, and didn't have unplanned children which they can't support on their meager income, they wouldn't be in the situation they are today, the poverty trap is in part their own creation, and a result of their debauched and materialistic lifestyles. Self-discipline being a foreign notion to them.
 
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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
Link?
 
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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.

They'll eventually drift into outright communism, and start to believe that they're "entitled" to jobs by the virtue of being "white" or something, at the expense of more qualified others.
 
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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
Link?
I don't have a link, but are you seriously denying that dissuading fear of losing jobs hasn't been one of the Trump campaign's major selling points?
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.
If it was capitalism wouldn’t making them our slaves be better?
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.
So Trump runs on bringing factory / manufacturing jobs back to the US and closing our border down and you morph that into "Trump voters fear losing their jobs"?
Am I understanding you correctly?
 
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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.
If it was capitalism wouldn’t making them our slaves be better?
That's an absurd idea of capitalism.

"If it was socialism, wouldn't putting the 1% on the guillotine be better"?
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.
If it was capitalism wouldn’t making them our slaves be better?
That's an absurd idea of capitalism.

"If it was socialism, wouldn't putting the 1% on the guillotine be better"?
Is that the same 1% that creates all the jobs and pays all the taxes?
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
Link?
I don't have a link, but are you seriously denying that dissuading fear of losing jobs hasn't been one of the Trump campaign's major selling points?
Well we need jobs lol good jobs yes lol
 
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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.
So Trump runs on bringing factory / manufacturing jobs back to the US and closing our border down and you morph that into "Trump voters fear losing their jobs"?
Am I understanding you correctly?
Manufacturing is a small job sector to begin with, and I've heard that many of the jobs are easily automated, or at least the low level of performance and work ethic demonstrated by the average employee, which naturally leads to them being easily automated in comparison to more dedicated and sincere workers.
 
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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
Link?
I don't have a link, but are you seriously denying that dissuading fear of losing jobs hasn't been one of the Trump campaign's major selling points?
Well we need jobs lol good jobs yes lol
I encountered one Trump supporter once complaining about jobs being lost to immigrants, he was a piece of trash who admitted to lying about having a college degree in order to attempt to find a better job, that's how much a lot of them actually give a damn about the value of honest labor.

I'm a failed entrepreur who spend time on my entrepreneurship while working jobs which were so easy I could do them in my sleep. I took the risk of failing as an entrepreur and did, so I don't give much about vermin who could really care less about the American dream, and want the government to stop them from being replaced by immigrants who are more capable of actual work than they are.
 

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Sorry I'm late. Is this another "Trump is bad" thread?
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.

They'll eventually drift into outright communism, and start to believe that they're "entitled" to jobs by the virtue of being "white" or something, at the expense of more qualified others.
Most of Don's appeal is JUST that, "them darkies are getting your shit". What else does this economic system have left to tell them, the truth?
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.
So Trump runs on bringing factory / manufacturing jobs back to the US and closing our border down and you morph that into "Trump voters fear losing their jobs"?
Am I understanding you correctly?
Manufacturing is a small job sector to begin with, and I've heard that many of the jobs are easily automated, or at least the low level of performance and work ethic demonstrated by the average employee, which naturally leads to them being easily automated in comparison to more dedicated and sincere workers.
That's mumbo-jumbo and hardly an answer to my question...try again
So Trump runs on bringing factory / manufacturing jobs back to the US and closing our border down and you morph that into "Trump voters fear losing their jobs"?
Am I understanding you correctly?
 
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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
I'm certain you have a link to back up your claim...OR was this pulled from your ass?
Why do some Trump voters fear losing their jobs?
This is one of the major campaign selling points which Trump is known for if you haven't been living in a cave.

If wastrels who are too lazy or unambitious to pursue any line of work other than pushing shopping carts or waiting tables lose their jobs to foreigners, that's just capitalism, and perhaps a bit of Darwinism in action.
So Trump runs on bringing factory / manufacturing jobs back to the US and closing our border down and you morph that into "Trump voters fear losing their jobs"?
Am I understanding you correctly?
Manufacturing is a small job sector to begin with, and I've heard that many of the jobs are easily automated, or at least the low level of performance and work ethic demonstrated by the average employee, which naturally leads to them being easily automated in comparison to more dedicated and sincere workers.
That's mumbo-jumbo and hardly an answer to my question...try again
So Trump runs on bringing factory / manufacturing jobs back to the US and closing our border down and you morph that into "Trump voters fear losing their jobs"?
Am I understanding you correctly?
Sort of.
 

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As far a jobs and labor goes, I tend to be capitalist and favor innovation in the workplace, I believe on some level that individuals who fear "losing their jobs" are often unable to innovate, adapt and add more value to their workplace, settling instead for boring, repetitive work or labor which is easily automated, regardless of industry (whether a job at a grocery store or a "technical" job, such as translation work).

In spite of mythos of "puritanical" work ethic, and archaic ideas such as "working hours" being a measure of productivity, I view most workers as lazy and immoral, unconcerned with adding any value to their company, so much as only putting in the bare minimum required effort hoping for something in return.

Despite the romance of "Puritan" work ethic, the average member of Puritan England, was not likely a John Buyan, but rather an average man or woman, with much of the same lazy or immoral behavior as we see in the so called "working class" today, or the average sycophant of the wealthy, given that an actual "hard and intelligent" worker would be too busy so settle for sycophantly.

If some workers lose their jobs, "Trump supporters" or otherwise, this may be in part because they deserved it.
Link?
I don't have a link, but are you seriously denying that dissuading fear of losing jobs hasn't been one of the Trump campaign's major selling points?
Well we need jobs lol good jobs yes lol
I encountered one Trump supporter once complaining about jobs being lost to immigrants, he was a piece of trash who admitted to lying about having a college degree in order to attempt to find a better job, that's how much a lot of them actually give a damn about the value of honest labor.

I'm a failed entrepreur who spend time on my entrepreneurship while working jobs which were so easy I could do them in my sleep. I took the risk of failing as an entrepreur and did, so I don't give much about vermin who could really care less about the American dream, and want the government to stop them from being replaced by immigrants who are more capable of actual work than they are.
In order for America to compete we need good production not crappy production, and I am a believer of having fair slavery return. A rebirth of a nation
 

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Sorry I'm late. Is this another "Trump is bad" thread?
Nah, it's another america is the problem and Don is merely a symptom thread.
That's where we differ. I see President Trump as a symptom of how far this country has slid into decline. You have nobody else but yourselves to blame for were it not for 8 years of a horrible President named "Barack Obama", you might have actually had another Clinton.

And in spite of yourselves, you still continue with your idiotic agenda, as shown by the current crop of Democrats you're running.

Geez, you folks just don't seem to catch on.
 
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