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  1. Trump: More Popular than Ever

    This narrative 'we' being referenced doesn't sound like it accurately includes blacks, native Americans, Chinese, Japanese, and so on during that history.
  2. Mike Riley, Ore State Assistant HC .... or not

    The unnecessary overblown and vicious criticisms of Riley in this thread are a real bummer.
  3. Trump: More Popular than Ever

    He violated the Fair Housing Act not renting apartments to black people, settled with The Department of Justice, and then violated the agreement of that settlement by once again refusing to rent to black tenants. That's racist. It couldn't possibly fit the definition of racism any more clearly. Now, When was America not great? What caused America to stop being great again? What had to happen to make America great again? At what point did America again become great? What must we do to prevent America from falling from greatness in the future?
  4. How Do You Spell Expectations in Nebraska?

    What if like... the entire team dies in an airplane accident? Honestly this is kind of confusing to me, because the sentiment of your first paragraph seems to be one of taking the actual circumstances and evidence and making a proportionately reasonable assessment based off of them, but then the sentiment in your last paragraph seems to be, "Forget about all the context of the actual circumstances the expectation should be the same regardless." Reality is we've *won* our division and played in a conference championship game 6 times in the 21 years that there has been one for us to make it to. There might not be reason that we shouldn't be at the top of our division, but there's plenty of reason that we haven't. Until something changes and is measurable and observable, I think with achieving that goal, the proper semantics would be "hope".
  5. Trump: More Popular than Ever

    He's done such a job making America great that the same minority percentage of the country approves of him/his performance, and 3% more of the country disapproves?
  6. How Do You Spell Expectations in Nebraska?

    How does it feel living with so much disappointment on a yearly basis? Can't be good for you.
  7. It's not damning at all.
  8. Thank you for admitting that you are making accusations without evidence.
  9. I'm all for encouraging people to vote, and convincing people of the sentiment, but the pragmatic reality is that right now, living in Chicago, my vote is meaningless, and until that changes it's much easier to abstain.
  10. I'm mostly politically agnostic (especially about the Presidency, which is what I was referring to as that's what the question of the thread is asking), I'll more than likely live somewhere where my vote is meaningless, and it's within my right to do so.
  11. I don't imagine that I will vote, but if I did, it would be for someone other than Trump but not necessarily a Democrat candidate.
  12. I see hypothetical potential for the possible existence of an issue, which I would want to be further investigated. And, wouldn't you know it, it was, for over a year, and after that investigation, Trump's hand picked Director of the FBI said... "The report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper consideration actually impacting the investigation under review," Amazing.
  13. When you want to make claims as audacious as the ones you're making, then no, that's not even a little bit absurd.