Donald Trump has uncovered a fascinating aspect of the American political system. “The system, folks, is rigged. It’s a rigged dirty system. I say this to the RNC and I say this to the Republican party. You’re going to have a big problem folks, because there are people who don’t like what’s going on.” Donald believes there is only one person who should be the Republican party and guess who is that man?
Ironically, it is Donald Trump who has now become the spokesperson for reform of American politics. Yes, Donald, the system is rigged. Imagine that a wealthy person with gobs of dough to throw around winds up as a candidate of the Republican party? We certainly have come a long way from an era in which ordinary men could become a President. Harry Truman was a high school graduate who lacked any source of income and HE became the president. Oh, and after leaving the office of president he refused to allow his name to be used by any business corporation. The sum total of what he received after leaving the presidency was –ZERO. When was the last time an ordinary political leader won the office of president. Another ironic aspect of this idea is that was Bill Clinton -before he became wealthy using the names of “President.’
The system is rigged for those with money who want to use the system to help those with money get more and more money. And guess who is the symbol of this rigged system?
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There is a state in the USA called Mississippi. Once upon a time this area of America rebelled against the government which was attempting to end slavery. The years went by, the people of Mississippi, rather reluctantly, decided that perhaps this thing called slavery was not the best of ideas. Well, when one takes slavery off the agenda, something else has to take its place. The state of Mississippi has decided that from now on it will fight for the right of people to enjoy protection when they decide to abuse those lacking protection of a state government.
Governor Paul Bryant signed into legislation a new law designed to ensure the right of each and every God fearing fighter for democracy not to be prevented from enjoying this right. The new law protects ” sincerely held religious beliefs and moral convictions of individuals, organizations and private association” from any attempt by the “government” to compel them to treat LGBT creatures as human beings. It allows government agencies to prevent gays from marrying or adopting children.
I assume if you have a “sincerely held moral and religious conviction” to rape women, no government should prevent you from carrying out your convictions!
Question: Is there some test or something that determines if your actions really stem from “sincerely held convictions?”
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