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bd2999

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Subj: Re: She Did, Because
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 10:36:35 am EST (Viewed 187 times)
Reply Subj: Re: She Did, Because
Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 at 02:51:36 pm EST (Viewed 202 times)

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She must have, because every time she was discussing guns and the like, she kept on evoking dead families (Emotional manipulation.) and saying stuff like "The NRA and gun manufacturers are bad, gun violence is bad.", and people seemed to love it. Bernie Sanders was getting booed and accused of siding with the gun lobby because he said that he didn't think that the families of Sandy Hook victims should sue because guns are a legal product (Um, how is that wrong?). She got a lot of applause whenever she mentioned how bad banks and Wall Street are (Without really getting into all of the thousands of dollars that they've given her and that she took for at least a decade.).
She said a lot of stereotypical things that a lot of people wanted to hear, and she did manage to beat good old Bernie. The media seemed to like her a lot more, that's for sure.

How is that much different than conservative Republican NRA supporters getting a pass for implying that folks should rise up against government, shooting cut-outs of Democratic leaders and so on and so forth? Those may even be worse IMO.

Or the various lies from that side that are never called out. Seemed like Clinton was at least fact checked on a fair bit. Some things may have been brushed over more simply because the rate Trump lies at is unusual and never before seen in American politics.

Nearly everything the guy says is a cherry pick, half-truth or outright lie. It is hard to compete with something like that for air time.




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