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What's going to get Trump Re-Elected in 2020 is the same exact reasons that got him elected in 2016:
Neo-Liberals showing the kind of people they are, the extent they will go, the Hate they hold,
and the Socialist agenda they have in store for America. As predicted 60 years ago:
We "ARE" under attack from within.

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Question: Can the Government tell citizens what they can or cannot read?
Yes: It's National Security - 3 (11.1%)
No: Its a Violation of Rights - 24 (88.9%)
Total Voters: 26

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« Reply #24 on: 12 06, 10, 06:13:00:PM » Reply

BUSH LIED YOU MF!
So did LBJ numb nuts. The pentagon papers proved that. The wikileaks are no different than the pentagon papers, and that was a good thing.



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