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19 hours ago, BigRedBuster said:

PE teachers make that good of Bank?

 

Dang, I could have been playing kick ball this whole time.  

No s#!t!!!  All the non-PE teachers always joke about that

House passes my errrrrr our money!

 

Come on Senate!

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Getting it started right. This should've been done long ago. Finally we have a leader taking this seriously so we can get back to normal.    

I don't know about you but I feel a weight lifted off my shoulders.  Trump out and Adults are now in charge.  While I'm sure there will be policies I won't agree with, that is secondary to having

the republicans and right wing networks have been telling the world that the united states would have open borders if biden was elected.  now all those illegals have  listened to all that chatter and

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11 hours ago, ZRod said:

In his first term he increased troop levels beyond what Obama left him in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan. Airstrikes in Afghanistan overall during his term along with civilian deaths from air strikes increased from the last few years under Obama.

https://www.defenseone.com/threats/2020/11/outgoing-syria-envoy-admits-hiding-us-troop-numbers-praises-trumps-mideast-record/170012/
 

“We were always playing shell games to not make clear to our leadership how many troops we had there,” Jeffrey said in an interview. The actual number of troops in northeast Syria is “a lot more than” the roughly two hundred troops Trump initially agreed to leave there in 2019. 
 

“I know what I did in 2016, I do not disagree with that,” said Jeffrey, a former U.S. ambassador to Iraq. “I was following closely the situation with Iran, Iraq and Syria, and I was appalled that we didn’t have a more coherent policy. This wasn’t a political decision.”

Jeffrey now says that Trump’s “modest” and transactional approach to the Middle East has yielded a more stable region than either of his predecessors’ more transformational policies. President George W. Bush’s 2003 State of the Union speech heralding the seismic U.S. intervention into Iraq and President Barack Obama’s 2009 speech in Cairo proclaiming a “new beginning” with the Muslim world represent an approach to the Middle East that “made things worse” and “weakened us,” Jeffrey said. Trump’s administration, he said, has looked at the Middle East through a geostrategic lens and kept its focus on Iran, Russia, and China, while keeping the metastatic “disease” of Islamist terror in check. 

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On 2/26/2021 at 9:52 PM, ZRod said:

In his first term he increased troop levels beyond what Obama left him in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan. Airstrikes in Afghanistan overall during his term along with civilian deaths from air strikes increased from the last few years under Obama.

 

He ended the war in Afghanistan like a year ago didn't he

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4 hours ago, Redux said:

 

He ended the war in Afghanistan like a year ago didn't he

Negative... It's very much the forgotten war.

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I wonder if Biden plans on keeping any of his promises about transparency.  Combined with his ability to avoid taking direct questions from journalists that are not on a list, no solo press conferences, kids in cages, bombing the ME before any relief checks given,  he claimed he would be available and transparent and now this.

 

 

It’s pretty easy to complain about Trump on the campaign trail and talk about all the things you will do different.  Seems hard for Biden to put those complaints into action. 

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Cancelling Dr Seuss?  Whaat?  Why?

 

Signaling..  woke vocabulary.. 
Bernie, Obama, and Biden is spot on.
 

Biden's America (and the left)..  :facepalm: 

 

 

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3 hours ago, admo said:

Cancelling Dr Seuss?  Whaat?  Why?

 

Signaling..  woke vocabulary.. 
Bernie, Obama, and Biden is spot on.
 

Biden's America (and the left)..  :facepalm: 

 

 

Your post isn't coherent.

Dr. Seuss's estate manager decided not to sell 6 of his books. It's perfectly fine for a business to stop selling a book, and this is a good enough reason to do it, not that they need any reason at all. Nobody burned books to make it happen. This is feedback they received from teachers and students. Nobody is confiscating any Dr. Seuss books. Literally no one is harmed by this in any way. You should think of what you're getting annoyed by and get annoyed by things that actually hurt people.

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Millard Public Schools is starting in on Seuss, I posted that a few days ago.

 

Crazy parking lot moms are starting the charge.

 

I wonder if CU students are going to start in on Mac today.  I think they might.

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8 hours ago, admo said:

Cancelling Dr Seuss?  Whaat?  Why?

 

Signaling..  woke vocabulary.. 
Bernie, Obama, and Biden is spot on.
 

Biden's America (and the left)..  :facepalm: 

 

 

 

It's an outrage!   :ahhhhhhhh

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