So you voted "just to see what happens." I guess I'm glad for you you're happy with the way things are going, but you don't speak for many millions of other Americans. You have no idea how much debt we'll be in by the time Trump leaves office.I see this as my children's future.
How many trillions in debt are you comfortable saddling your kids with?
You're too busy dancing to see.What's in plain sight?
Bombed Syria and Afcrapistan
What would it take for you to change your mind about Trump being a good pres
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intojoy (April 17th, 2017)
Unless of course impeachment comes first OR the all out battle between his equally maniacal clone who reigns over N. Korea.
A strong woman is a woman determined to do something others are determined not be done. ~ Marge Piercy
right, because of that "madman" delusion you're suffering from
No, the coal industry is not coming back, it is a way to have working people willing to side with those who hold shares in the energy industry.
Also, in some situations renewable energy is cheaper. There is a town in Texas that went to renewable energy. Why? It's cheaper for them. I believe they are an exception to the rule right now but it's also not true that renewable energy will always be more expensive. We should be spending resources to make it more widespread and cheaper so more towns can do that, not keep going down the fossil fuel road because right now it's cheaper.
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