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I knew who my enemy was …

I knew who my enemy was when I saw the new American dream. I drove past third world decrepit cities, masses of ragged people with no homes. dispossed dying off in the broken streets. What does this say about the ‘greatest, fantastic, most incredible’ country ‘ever’ as Mr. Trump would have everyone believe? Perhaps that in itself is the humor as it is intrinsically without subtlety or intelligence. Something a clown might say when referring to his circus

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Cudwieser
Cudwieser
July 16, 2020

It’s not a trump thing, it’s an american thing.

Dee Cee
July 16, 2020

Dallas, TX vs. Portland, Or. What could possibly be the difference between these two cities’ leadership???? Ummmm…. lemme think. This one is so tough to sort out… Okay. I have an idea. Let’s go ahead and do an article that graphs ONLY the number of homeless compared to the number of local, state, and legislative democratic politicians! That oughta make the difference pretty F’n clear.

penrose
penrose
July 16, 2020

I came to a sign which said: “Utopia, 100 miles ahead”
I drove 100 miles and came to another sign which said: “Utopia, 100 miles ahead”
You know what they say: “Hope springs eternal within the human breast.”

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
July 17, 2020

The American Dream has been irreparably broken: https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-american-dream-has-been-irreparably-broken/5620270 “To make matters even worse, according to the most recent study conducted by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults (14 percent of the population) in the U.S. can’t read; 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level; and 19 percent of high school graduates can’t read at all. The prevalence of such illiteracy in the U.S. may explain why 62,979,984 Americans voted for Donald Trump — an egocentric mentally disturbed racist illiterate with psychopathic tendencies — to become President of a nation… Read more »

Vera Gottlieb
Vera Gottlieb
July 19, 2020

“The greatest nation on Earth” is a PR stunt that has been going on for far too long. And sadly, so many people still believing it.

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