The Founding Of The United States

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I loved the story telling, but already knew the story, it was part of my schooling unlike today in schools.
As a child that was so great to here, and still is making me proud I'm an American.
How these older people vote anti American Democrat/socialist/communist that know the story, they must be very sick minded.
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I agree, according to the unthinking politically correct liberals we should be ashamed of our history like communism told the Chinese to be during the cultural revolution. I didn’t think that this could happen in the west yet this gender nonsense is even more mind numbingly stupid.

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China has a lot to be proud of in it's past, building a nation isn't a shameful thing since so many died to make one.
Politics can be shameful, but the people fighting should be honored, by putting the nation down they dishonor those people who died no matter which side.
Also China, before China even had inventions advanced enough to only be rediscovered in the last century, it's a grans history with great peoples.
Mao, and the likes is the shame, we all have one it seems.
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George Washington I believe knew the real reason that Justin Trudeau is trying to take away Canadians gun rights.

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All rise for the national anthem of United States of America.


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Old news Odinson, and we just made it much better :bang:
Anyhow, old king George was German ruling at the time, was he a queen :woot: :woot: :woot:
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Gary Oak wrote:
December 26th, 2019, 3:06 am
"The thing that sets the American Christian apart from all other peoples of this world is that he will die on his feet before he will live on his knees". I guess that's why never Trumpers take to their knees when they play the anthem at some of those football fields. They are not American Christians, but foreigners and Muslims.

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There are some anti Trumper coworkers. They virtue signal about their how much they dislike everythingt about Donald Trump but these anti Trumpers are the ones that will rat out a coworker and try to get them fired. Is not out of being professional, they want to take smug self righteous satisfaction in someone losing their house, car payment or even ruining someone’s life. It has occurred to me that perhaps the antiTrumpers hate the Donald because he’s the kind of guy who scolds people like them with the truth about themselves.

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I had only heard of the rebel yell from Billy Idol’s song however I never knew that it actually a thing or what it was. Here it is in a short video for all interested.

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Being a prisoner in a confederate war prison wasn’t like Hogan’s Heroes.

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Gary Oak wrote:
May 5th, 2020, 7:02 pm
There are some anti Trumper coworkers. They virtue signal about their how much they dislike everythingt about Donald Trump but these anti Trumpers are the ones that will rat out a coworker and try to get them fired. Is not out of being professional, they want to take smug self righteous satisfaction in someone losing their house, car payment or even ruining someone’s life. It has occurred to me that perhaps the antiTrumpers hate the Donald because he’s the kind of guy who scolds people like them with the truth about themselves.
That's very true...I work with a few anti-Trumpers. They are all mellenials and they literally hate any co-worker who is pro-Trump. I keep my politics hidden at my place of employment as it is not conducive to professionalism or productivity.. Being in my position I also have the authority to remind people that politics has no place in the workplace and I frequently do so.

I've also noticed that mellenials, especially those who hate Trump, are very insecure and tend to have poor communication skills. They dislike working with anyone outside their age group, especially those of the Baby Boomer generation who are only a few years from retirement. These mellenials treat those older more experienced workers like they are a 5th wheel but in reality, those older employees have a work ethic that puts them far above in employee value from what I see from the average mellenial. Millenials are lazy, unmotivated, distracted and have a nasty habit of bringing their personal lives to work with them. Because they cannot be without their phones for 5 mins they are never out of touch with non office related horeshit and that horseshit spills into their work much to often. They are also the first people to brown nose the boss and they will cut each other's throats for a simple word of praise. Jealousy is rampant and they all think they "deserve" simply because they come to work and keep a seat warm.

It's pretty much a sad fact that once we lose all the experience from the workplace that the last of the Baby Boomers and the Gen Xers like myself provide, we will be left with a workforce that is not really interested in working...Instead of providing for themselves, they will want to fuck around, work when they feel like it and be provided for by an imaginary safety net. I fear for the future of this nation because it will be in the hands of those who are unfit to care for it.
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There are a lot of youngsters where I work with a very good work ethic. The staunch anti Trumpers age varies and they believe that Trump fans are bigots and stupid.

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Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. Theodore Roosevelt

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