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Do you think it's more effective to be for or against something or someone?

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1. D Robb
     (1/2/2018 11:50:23 AM)
     Message ID #295986

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Read the Foreign Affairs article and then read Pence's statement to the troops in Afghanistan: https://www.military.com/daily-news/2018/01/02/pence-we-are-staying-fight-afghanistan.html
trump is clueless.

2. Rick T CEOExpressSelect Member
     (1/2/2018 12:49:39 PM)
     Message ID #295988

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IMO, guys like M, Kevin and Fahrbach are cocooned in ignorance. There's is an alternative fact universe constructed by extreme rightwing pundits and alt right groups with very little if any relationship to facts, evidence or reality. These are the Donald Trump supporters!

3. Scott Collins
     (1/2/2018 2:18:24 PM)
     Message ID #295994

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Just curious - if you replace 'right' with 'left' in your post, would you think that to be true, also?

4. Rick T CEOExpressSelect Member
     (1/2/2018 2:13:03 PM)
     Message ID #296006

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I believe there are verifiable truths based upon facts and evidence; global warming leading to climate change for example. The Russian interference in our elections as another. Yet, the extreme right persist in the claim that climate change isn't real, despite the evidence and that Russian interference in our election is untrue.

So, while it is true one could substitute 'left' for 'right', it is difficult to come up with such egregious examples of delusional belief based on verifiable, fact based evidence.

These are just two of many examples of the outrageous nonsense some of these people, IMO, chose to believe.

One I find particularly galling is the belief that former President Obama isn't a US Citizen. A belief that I believe that is deeply rooted in racial biases that have been present here for centuries and is in no way in danger of going away; a handy justification for perpetrating more indignities.

That is my opinion on the matter.

5. M Bathurst
     (1/2/2018 3:16:13 PM)
     Message ID #295996

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And, your opinion is worth squat in the real world.

Actually, we are freedom and liberty supporters; anti-communist.

Message edited by user at 1/2/2018 3:22:11 PM
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