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THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH BEING IGNORANT BECAUSE WE ALL ARE TO VARYING DEGREES IN DIFFERENT AREAS AND THAT STATE CAN BE CORRECTED.  HOWEVER, BEING NAIVE, GULLIBLE AND STUPID ARE ENTIRELY DIFFERENT SITUATIONS.  ICE CUBE COULD WELL BENEFIT FROM SOME COMMUNITY COLLEGE CLASSES IN CIVICS AND U.S. HISTORY.  THAT WOULD BE A BETTER ROI FOR JUST A VERY SMALL PORTION OF HIS FORTUNE.  I HOPE HE MAKES THAT INVESTMENT AND VERY SOON.  :nod:


HE STILL HAS SHOWN NO LEANING TOWARDS EDUCATING HIMSELF AND THAT STILL CONCERNS ME. :popcorn:

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Politics / Re: CORONAVIRUS WORLDOMETER
« on: Today at 05:37:21 PM »

United States
Coronavirus Cases:
8,440,215
Deaths:
225,121

Recovered:
5,489,078

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THEY SHALL NOT BE FORGOTTEN, EACH AND EVERY ONE.  :popcorn:

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Politics / Re: Are you watching the political ads on TV
« on: Today at 12:59:54 PM »
EVERY SINGLE ONE.

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I HAVE ALREADY VOTED. :nod:

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A WAPO OP-ED FOR YOUR EDIFICATION. :popcorn:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/10/18/trumpers-cannot-escape-consequences-their-choices/



White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany holds a news briefing on Oct. 1.[size=0.875rem]White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany holds a news briefing on Oct. 1. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)[/size]





Opinion by
Jennifer Rubin
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Columnist

Oct. 18, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. CDT


Assuming President Trump loses his reelection bid in a few weeks, the soon-to-be alumni of the Trump administration, who were warned that association with Trump would mar their careers and corrode their character, are now "hoping the Trump presidency isn’t a disqualifying blemish on their resumes or Google footprint as the door revolves the other way and they seek to land, once again, in the private sector,” The Post reports.[/size][size=1.25rem]They should think more about atoning for the betrayal of their country than trying to escape the consequences of enabling a liar, racist and wannabe authoritarian. There are practical reasons for employers outside the right-wing bubble to reject not only those who were the face of the administration but also those who labored behind the scenes.[/size][/color][size=1.25rem]First, members of this administration probably acquired bad habits (ignoring gross misconduct, lying for their boss, etc.), practiced a great deal of willful ignorance and rationalized unethical conduct. The administration, aside from its corruption and moral rot, was also grossly incompetent in its day-to-day operations. Staffers coming out of Trump’s orbit would likely have to unlearn misconceptions about how functional workplaces operate.[/size][/color][size=1.25rem]Second, those seen as ethically obtuse and tolerant of racism pose a business risk. Clients and customers might not want to be associated with a firm that features someone who just months ago promoted their boss’s ludicrous lies or remained silent as he winked at QAnon conspiracy theories. Alumni of the Trump administration do not suffer from a political association but rather from their willingness to enable someone who betrayed his country’s highest ideals.[/size][/color]












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Politics / Re: THE LEGAL RECKONING AWAITING TRUMP
« on: Yesterday at 03:28:04 PM »
WOULD SURPRISE ME IF HE FLEES THE COUNTRY.  HE KNOWS A JAIL CELL IS AWAITING HIM. :nod:

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