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In Trump’s America, everyone can live vicariously, eliminating doubt, self-discipline and consequences.
As Nietzsche once said, “When you stare into the abyss, Mike Pence stares back into you…”
If you’re unwilling to pay your fair share for the services that often make America exceptional, you’re letting the country know no rules can, or should, apply to you.
Memo to the implacable and petulant Bernie Bros: if Hillary is good enough for your hero, she’s good enough for you.
Let’s hope Hillary is a better candidate than Joe Quimby.
If you’re still alive, you’re not Orlando. Do something. Do anything.
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