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In Dude speak, you go to an orange used car salesman who tells you that the car is fully loaded and utterly reliable etc but when you get it home, it sucks. Do you go back to buy another car from him?

That's not a fair comparison. The question in some people's minds would be "would you go back and buy a car from this person, or buy car that you know is trashed and wrecked and will not work if those are you're only two choices."

Trump voters despise Clinton that much and still want her in jail, and yes most of them would still vote for him...those emails certainly are worse than anything he's done.

Hard as it to believe people support many of the things Trump is doing, and they waiting out this Russian thing as not a big deal to them at the moment.

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In the future RNDude I would suggest you think before you write. I did read the article and yes, I read about the connection between Manning and UofTenn.

My opinion remains: What an odd collection of faces, and what a silly idea.

Sorry, but I don't consider football players to "Great Americans" in the true since of the word. Manning is an athlete engaged in sport that is documented to cause long-term brain injuries. I'm not impressed.

And of course, Trump is far from being a Great American. He is most likely a traitor. But the investigation into that goes on.

Teddy Roosevelt, maybe. Dolly Parton is certainly talented and I know she donated money when the area was hit by wildfires last year. Great American, I don't know.

But hey, the area is tourist attraction and that means good taste and everything else goes out the window!

Again, Dude, think before you write.

Once again, you make some very good points.

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Oh, Dude, I don't think Trump will be getting any help from Kentucky. Read the article in the Washington Post. A Kentucky judge says Agent Orange can't hide behind "free speech" when allegedly inciting violence at his pep rallies.

There aren't many reasons to be proud of this state. It was just announced the Kentucky ranks number two in child abuse and neglect cases and that came as no surprise to me. But in this time, there is a reason to be proud. A Kentucky judge isn't about to give the man-child a free pass.

And that artist isn't very good. I actually thought the Dolly Parton face was Jane Fonda!:D

I just saw on Fox News that Trump negotiated a deal that Kentucky will pay for the monument in exchange for accesss to national park land in the area to build a bourbon pipeline to the Gulf of Mexico.

Way to go DJT!

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You know RNDude, you may think I don't have a sense of humor. But I do. My apologies if you don't "get" my sense of humor.

I've been laughing nonstop for the past 70 days. How about you?

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It was funny April 1st and while still funny I hope this thread doesn't degrade into fake news.

I've been embarrassed, cringed, and felt nauseated but laugh? Not me.

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Tweety - my remark was made with tongue firmly stuck in cheek.:yes:

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Tweety - my remark was made with tongue firmly stuck in cheek.:yes:

Definitely got that, I know it wasn't a serious question.

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That's not a fair comparison. The question in some people's minds would be "would you go back and buy a car from this person, or buy car that you know is trashed and wrecked and will not work if those are you're only two choices."

Trump voters despise Clinton that much and still want her in jail, and yes most of them would still vote for him...those emails certainly are worse than anything he's done.

Hard as it to believe people support many of the things Trump is doing, and they waiting out this Russian thing as not a big deal to them at the moment.

Significant piece of advice I always follow. Opinions are like noses, everyone has one. If you are unable to see the chasm between Hilary and Trump re expertise, experience and humanity, I almost completely discount your opinion re politics. Politics isn't about a feeling. It's a serious business that impacts the rest of our lives. Because the cardiologist is a lousy actor with no charm, doesn't impact his abilities and I would certainly pick him for my Dr as opposed to the actor who plays one on TV and may be handsome and charming etc. (Trump is not either, but for the point sake).

With the minimum of diligence, the absolute minimum, in fact probably two minutes of looking and listening to Trump, any reasonably intelligent person should be able to identify what a sociopath he is, especially with the reams of information out there on him.

Trump voters are emotional, subjective and less discerning than is appropriate for the choice of having the privilege to have votes. Doesn't make them bàd people, just irresponsible and vacuous.

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The greenest state in the Land of the Free is so beautiful.

Dolly's music adds to the beauty.

I will admit I have not read through all the posts in this thread, but when I saw this post.....I just HAD to like it. I totally agree. Tennessee is a BEAUTIFUL state. Of course, I might be a tad bit biased since I live in Tennessee.

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Trump voters are emotional, subjective and less discerning than is appropriate for the choice of having the privilege to have votes. Doesn't make them bàd people, just irresponsible and vacuous.

I don't necessarily agree with your appraisal. Actually people believe in the idea of controlling illegal immigration, dismantling regulations (especially when it comes to climate change), getting rid of Obamacare, controlling terrorism through restriction of travel and banning refugees, and made the choice for him based on their beliefs.

As a gay man, I've had to vote many elections for someone that was homophobic, including Obama. But the alternatives weren't acceptable to me, so we toss out the good with the bad. This is what Trump voters did. I can't paint them with such a broad brush because we don't believe in the same agenda, although many of them are dumb as dirt.

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