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The Primaries:

 

In House districts that don't have incumbents in them:


Democrats have nominated women in 50% of those races.


Republicans have nominated women in just 18% of those races.

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@Cirice wrote:

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Having another bad day, are ya???


You've just added so much to the discussion 🙄


Like trump, when his enablers have nothing of worth to say, they reach low and pull out diversion and immaturity. Typical!

 

Gee, I miss having a real president ! 


As opposed to the mature contribution such as HYENA and manure.

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How do we survive Trump presidensy and post-Trump presidensy?

 

Don't vote for any Republican, anywhere, for any office ............ and time.

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@Cirice wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Cirice wrote:

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@Cirice wrote:

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As an old person (60+) I am concerned this "white" thing going on with the current admin will bring us to our knees.

 

I have no racist/sexist/econmist issues, but this #dotard seems to and if you don't agree you are lost and I'm sorry.

 

How do we survive Trump presidensy and post-Trump presidensy? Read op piece yesterday that made sense, so wondering about that more than anything...

 

Thanks!

 

#VegasStrong

 


What is this "white" thing that bothers you? The President does not deal in race, he deals in people. As a result, the economic conditions for blacks have improved amazingly right along with whites (and all people).

 

Is that a "bad thing"?


The only bad thing about it is that it's a lie.


More blacks are working, less are unemployed - what is the lie.


That's not what you said. You said "economic conditions for blacks have improved amazingly" (they have not) and that these amazing economic conditions are a result of Trump not being a racist (he is). 

 

What is the lie? The whole thing.


Well, were I unable to find a job and then I was, I believe I'd think things had improved. Where is the racism in more jobs and less unemployment?


Are you black?


No, nor am I employed. What has that to do with the positive effects of improved job numbers for black people?

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@Cirice wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:


Having another bad day, are ya???


You've just added so much to the discussion 🙄


Like trump, when his enablers have nothing of worth to say, they reach low and pull out diversion and immaturity. Typical!

 

Gee, I miss having a real president ! 

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@rk9152 wrote:


Having another bad day, are ya???


You've just added so much to the discussion 🙄

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Cirice wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Cirice wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@WebWiseWoman wrote:

As an old person (60+) I am concerned this "white" thing going on with the current admin will bring us to our knees.

 

I have no racist/sexist/econmist issues, but this #dotard seems to and if you don't agree you are lost and I'm sorry.

 

How do we survive Trump presidensy and post-Trump presidensy? Read op piece yesterday that made sense, so wondering about that more than anything...

 

Thanks!

 

#VegasStrong

 


What is this "white" thing that bothers you? The President does not deal in race, he deals in people. As a result, the economic conditions for blacks have improved amazingly right along with whites (and all people).

 

Is that a "bad thing"?


The only bad thing about it is that it's a lie.


More blacks are working, less are unemployed - what is the lie.


That's not what you said. You said "economic conditions for blacks have improved amazingly" (they have not) and that these amazing economic conditions are a result of Trump not being a racist (he is). 

 

What is the lie? The whole thing.


Well, were I unable to find a job and then I was, I believe I'd think things had improved. Where is the racism in more jobs and less unemployment?


Are you black?

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@mickstuder

The pie charts are very interesting. And there are four others which would show graphically how trump leans right and towards white males. Consider the groups: white males, minority males, white females, minority females.

And these potential charts:

-White House staff

-cabinet members

-department heads, assistants and 

    managers

-Court appointees and pending judge

    appointments

Any guesses how the pie charts would

    look?

 

 

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No rk, I think Phy and others are having a really good day, and the only defense of their comments are fabricated accusations, projection, and chucking up  

trump supporter talking points. 

Let’s look at the comment of how great it is that AfAm unemployment is down. But, the real story should be how there still is a gap in the % of AfAm unemployment versus white unemployment. And did African American’s make any real wage gains if they did have jobs or became employees. Real issues, not trump gobbledegook talking points. 


O.K. black unemployment - yes, there is a gap and there was a gap.  However, if conditions have improved - is that not a good thing?

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@rk9152

No rk, I think Phy and others are having a really good day, and the only defense of their comments are fabricated accusations, projection, and chucking up  

trump supporter talking points. 

Let’s look at the comment of how great it is that AfAm unemployment is down. But, the real story should be how there still is a gap in the % of AfAm unemployment versus white unemployment. And did African American’s make any real wage gains if they did have jobs or became employees. Real issues, not trump gobbledegook talking points. 

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