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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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Soo--they are ALL going to become oblivious to the obvious?

There us a cure for that-

REALITY

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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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The young will see things differently when they grow up.

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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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Richva--Nothing i like better than a good figurative knock out punch!! BAM!

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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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rk9152 wrote:

Do you have any examples of Republicans staging organized disruptions of town hall meetings? And then there is the Berkeley thing - any Republican comparison you can cite??

Here you go 

 

http://www.npr.org/sections/itsallpolitics/2013/08/07/209919206/5-memorable-moments-when-town-hall-m...

 

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/dc/tea-party-town-hall-strategy-rattle-them-stand-up-and-shout

 

https://thinkprogress.org/right-wing-harassment-strategy-against-dems-detailed-in-memo-yell-stand-up...

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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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rk9152 wrote:

sp362 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

creppelrm wrote:

That's why those old has been, stuck in the past Trump supporters get their bells rung when they meet counter protest.  It's the young's world also.  They know like we do we can't live in the past, you have to look for the future and adapt to the times.


Does that mean that you approve of organized efforts to shut down communications between pols and constituents? Does that mean you approve of "bell ringing" as part of our political process?

 

How have you determined that they are "organized efforts"?  Please provide some proof that is not simply someone's opinion.  So, should I only show up to a town hall event if I have positive things to say about a politician?  Free speech works both ways.  Do you have any examples of town halls taking place where people expressing their negative views did not allow others to express their views?  Just because somebody stands up and exercises their rights, does not mean they are depriving others of theirs.



When a large part of participants show up with the same signs to wave on cue, that is a great indication.  Can you please supply us with any links to pictures showing that?  Also, how would people showing up with signs be denying others their rights to free speech?

 

 


 

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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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ChasKy53 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

creppelrm wrote:

That's why those old has been, stuck in the past Trump supporters get their bells rung when they meet counter protest.  It's the young's world also.  They know like we do we can't live in the past, you have to look for the future and adapt to the times.


Does that mean that you approve of organized efforts to shut down communications between pols and constituents? Does that mean you approve of "bell ringing" as part of our political process?


I approve of the Democrats doing anything that the Republicans did while Obama was in office. Don't like that?  Sorry !!



Do you have any examples of Republicans staging organized disruptions of town hall meetings? And then there is the Berkeley thing - any Republican comparison you can cite??

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sp362 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

creppelrm wrote:

That's why those old has been, stuck in the past Trump supporters get their bells rung when they meet counter protest.  It's the young's world also.  They know like we do we can't live in the past, you have to look for the future and adapt to the times.


Does that mean that you approve of organized efforts to shut down communications between pols and constituents? Does that mean you approve of "bell ringing" as part of our political process?

 

How have you determined that they are "organized efforts"?  Please provide some proof that is not simply someone's opinion.  So, should I only show up to a town hall event if I have positive things to say about a politician?  Free speech works both ways.  Do you have any examples of town halls taking place where people expressing their negative views did not allow others to express their views?  Just because somebody stands up and exercises their rights, does not mean they are depriving others of theirs.



When a large part of participants show up with the same signs to wave on cue, that is a great indication.

 

 

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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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Apparently, I did not clarify the statement regarding the in person Town Hall held by Pete Sessions, which was described as raucous - ie people not happy with Healthcare change.    Those who chose to demean anyone who dares to disagree and hopes to distract from the real conversation about GOP HealthCare  can do that.    So here is the article that describes the event - perhaps they may learn something......  https://www.texastribune.org/2017/03/18/us-rep-pete-sessions-faces-rowdy-town-hall/ 

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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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rk9152 wrote:

creppelrm wrote:

That's why those old has been, stuck in the past Trump supporters get their bells rung when they meet counter protest.  It's the young's world also.  They know like we do we can't live in the past, you have to look for the future and adapt to the times.


Does that mean that you approve of organized efforts to shut down communications between pols and constituents? Does that mean you approve of "bell ringing" as part of our political process?


I approve of the Democrats doing anything that the Republicans did while Obama was in office. Don't like that?  Sorry !!


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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Re: Poll: Most young Americans see Trump as illegitimate president

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rk9152 wrote:

creppelrm wrote:

That's why those old has been, stuck in the past Trump supporters get their bells rung when they meet counter protest.  It's the young's world also.  They know like we do we can't live in the past, you have to look for the future and adapt to the times.


Does that mean that you approve of organized efforts to shut down communications between pols and constituents? Does that mean you approve of "bell ringing" as part of our political process?

 

How have you determined that they are "organized efforts"?  Please provide some proof that is not simply someone's opinion.  So, should I only show up to a town hall event if I have positive things to say about a politician?  Free speech works both ways.  Do you have any examples of town halls taking place where people expressing their negative views did not allow others to express their views?  Just because somebody stands up and exercises their rights, does not mean they are depriving others of theirs.