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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    You're right. Based on what he said he wanted to do, I was opposed to 95% of what he said he wanted to do. And you gave Obama a chance? No, you didn't.
    I never marched in the streets, vandalizes property. Fortunately his healthcare didn't affect my my insurance in the way some of my friends were. He and Hillary helped torch the Middle east and create a refugee crisis that Europe will never heal from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    Has it occured to you that the people who actually, you know, live there, don't think there is a Muslim refugee crisis and don't think there is slow takedown of Europe? Has it occured to you that they think the meddling in the ME by the Western powers and fucking with Muslims might be the problem and that they understand why so many people have had to flee the ME and they feel compassion unlike Trump who has never felt compassion for anyone in his life but himself? Do you actually know anyone who lives in Europe?
    Europe was already in a Muslim transformation started by it's leaders, the refugees only added zillions more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil505 View Post
    Regardless of how any why, are you tired of the daily circus that we've become?
    I surely do, but I am content to wait until 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    What is your obsession with this question? Why can't we be concerned with the nation as a whole?
    Over the top hatred for Trump, so I ask how has Trump affected your life. Every president I've lived under,I barely remember LBJ, none tormented my life. My personal life continues regardless of who is in office. I missed going to Vietnam, My health insurance didn't get killed. I survived employment. May have policy disagreements. How has Trump destroyed your life in 16 months?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    In reality, a majority of Americans did want her.
    She won a few big fat key states, rest of the nation, not so much. She won the pot smoking states. That helps explain things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jeffrey View Post
    Oh, wah. You and your crew opposed everything Obama set out to do for no other reason than that he wanted it. You did not give him a chance, you do not deserve one. It is not the Democrats' job to assist the Republican agenda. The Republican party has been behaving this way for over 20 years, and until it stops the Democrats have no reason to.
    Did you have actual policy issues or just want to oppose? Illegal immigration is an issue for many. The lines were clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    They might also understand that anthropogenic climate change played a role in the Syrian civil war because, you know, they read science journals and stuff like that, which our typical American rubes don't do. Science is sooooo 20th century!!!
    Libya and Syria wars had nothing to do with it. Regime change was a non issue. Coal power plants caused it. Caused the blown up buildings in Syria. Taliban was a non issue. A big fat carbon tax would of prevented all of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by THOR View Post
    Libya and Syria wars had nothing to do with it. Regime change was a non issue. Coal power plants caused it. Caused the blown up buildings in Syria. Taliban was a non issue. A big fat carbon tax would of prevented all of this.
    North Africa and the Middle East are at serious risk of a mega-drought, which would last for decades. Just imagine the refugee crisis in Europe, amplified by climate change by a factor of ten or even a hundred. Instead of a million refugees flooding into Europe, try to wrap your head around the notion of TEN million refugees pouring into Europe from the Middle East......or a HUNDRED million.

    Try to wrap your head around that, Thor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by THOR View Post
    Over the top hatred for Trump, so I ask how has Trump affected your life. Every president I've lived under,I barely remember LBJ, none tormented my life. My personal life continues regardless of who is in office. I missed going to Vietnam, My health insurance didn't get killed. I survived employment. May have policy disagreements. How has Trump destroyed your life in 16 months?
    Presidents do have an effect. Johnson's war in Vietnam, along with the draft, affected me personally in many ways. His signing the Medicare act affected me in that I would not have access to health care without it, nor would most of my friends. Thanks to Medicare, the ACA did not affect me, but it did have quite a profound effect on my children, now in their late 40s. I have to admit, it had a negative effect on some of my friends who are not yet old enough for Medicare and who have too great of an income for subsidies. That's the demographic that should be helped, and, if we had a functioning Congress, I think it would have been.



    So far, Trump has mostly been a source of amusement, in a dark sort of a way, as I simply shake my head in wonder that people were so foolish as to elect an impulsive and amoral man to the presidency. If he doesn't start any wars, which is something that remains to be seen, he won't have affected me much.

    Well, I did re register. I've been a Republican since the Reagan era. No more. Lindsey Graham had it right when he said "My party has gone batshit crazy." No longer did I want it to be my party as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slartibartfast View Post
    Some like to flatter themselves. Likely the anti-Trumpsters took the tax saving and any work bonuses. Also, their knowledge of birth seems to be limited.
    I am curious about my apparent lack of knowledge concerning birth. Can you explain what I am missing? Also, please use small words if it's possible since I am a liberal.
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