Think About This:

Think about this:

1. Abraham Lincoln  was a Republican.

2. The founders of the KKK were Democrats … and (while she didn’t publicize it,) Hillary Clinton’s beloved mentor, Senator Robert Byrd, was high up in the Klan.

Obit Byrd
FILE – In this July 26, 2004 file photo, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, is embraced by Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., at a bookstore in New York where they were launching his book “Losing America: Confronting a Reckless and Arrogant Presidency.” Just hours before she was to speak at the Democratic National Convention in Boston, Clinton introduced Byrd as her mentor and told the audience that he has been a champion of the U.S. Constitution. Byrd a fiery orator versed in the classics and a hard-charging power broker who steered billions of federal dollars to the state of his Depression-era upbringing, died Monday, June 28, 2010. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File) was high up in the Klan. 

(So, to those of you who thought you were seeing the real Hillary, might I speculate that what we’ve all been seeing  a ‘politically perfect mask’?)

3. The 15h Amendment, which gave black citizens the right to vote was passed by Republicans – not a single Democrat was for it.









4. The rumors I hear about Trump being a racist were designed to defeat him  & sheer slander. This is the truth: he doesn’t see color or gender, he sees human beings, some good, some bad and he does not want the ones who want to terrorize us in our country.

th-1.jpg  So now, you understand why I’ve never understood why so many black citizens were


Author: foguth

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11 thoughts on “Think About This:”

    1. IMHO, it is easier to listen to disinformation on TV, then take the time to verify if something is factual. HOWEVER, IF someone is willing to take a moment and read a few basic truths, I’ve tried to make them simple.

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    1. It baffles me why so many black citizens seem dedicated to the democratic party. I can’t see (historically) how that party has done anything except ask for support. To my way of thinking, things should be a ‘two way street’. Guess this is why I choose to be independent.


  1. I’m certainly surprised with how much trump is being slandered now that he’s won, with none of Clinton’s ‘bad stuff’ being aired at all. I wrote that stop all the hate post because of such hatred I’ve seen across social media. It does no one any good to not talk and listen to the other opinion….Especially when the opposing opinion might actually have a point and be right.

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    1. The so called “love spreading liberals” are behaving the way they claim Trump and his supporters act. Quite hypocritical.
      I don’t know if you know what Craigslist is (only want ads), but they are trying to rent people to show up and protest Donald Trump.
      As per, George Soros, Hillary Clinton’s major donor and supporter, is organizing the riots and I’m wondering why people aren’t thinking for themselves. While Trump is probably the last person I would choose, if I was an illegal felon, he should be good for the average citizen and I, for one, will make up my mind about him after I see what he actually does. (Originally, I liked Obama, but grew to think that he was an ineffectual leader.)

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      1. I’ve heard of graigslist…That’s ridiculous! One thing sprung to my mind last night when I saw that people are signing some petitions against Trump being president. The problem with that thinking is that if people aren’t going to accept Trump as the winner of the election that means that those same people are basically not accepting democracy. As much some may hate that Trump won, he did so fairly and all the protesting democrat supporters should think of why their candidate didn’t win rather than complain about who did. If Clinton had a lot of support none of this would be happening. Like you I have no real opinion on Trump. A lot of his allegations, ideas, etc are just hot air but I wish people would wait and see what will happen. A lot of his own party don’t support him so it’s not like he would be able to pass any old laws he pleases – he would need the support of the houses (not sure exactly how Us politics goes but I know there are the two houses). The thing I hate most though is the hatred I’m seeing on social media. We’re all human beings but to call trump supporters, bigots and other things and unfriending people just for having a different opinion…It’s just so sad to see such behaviour, you’d think people would mature. I somehow don’t think there would be such outcry from the opposition of Hilary had won.

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      2. I agree with you & doubt that anyone would have been paid to protest if Trump had won.
        Our system of government is designed to be a system of checks and balances.
        We have a House of Representatives, among other duties, representatives introduce bills and resolutions, offer amendments and serve on committees. Currently, the number of representatives is 435, and the number each state has is based on the state’s population.
        The other legislative branch is the Senate, after a bill is passed in the House, it goes to the Senate – each state has two Senators.
        IF a bill is passed by both House and Senate, the President has the option of vetoing in HOWEVER, that doesn’t ‘kill’ it because if it is repassed (I believe by 60% or thereabouts), it overrules the President.
        Like I said, checks and balances.
        IMHO, if Hillary had won, a world war could have been possible because she is perceived as being ‘obama2’ and, due to botched international relations, Obama and Clinton are hated in many countries. Did you know that Egypt has arrest warrants out for both of them? Kim Jong-un of N. Korea hates Obama/the US; Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Philippines hates Obama, too and I think that most of the world is aware of Vladimir Putin’s opinion, but did you know that he called Hillary a ‘war hawk’?
        Trump might not be an ideal President, but hopefully, our world will be more peaceful under his leadership. Duterte has already said he is willing to talk with Trump and Putin sounded optimistic about the election…
        Thus, I’m cautiously optimistic about the future.

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      3. You make some good points. I knew Hilary wasn’t popular but I didn’t know she was that hated. What people are scared about with leaders like Putin and Kim Jong Un is that Trump will talk to them on an equal level. But no peace ever came from not talking to your enemy. And Trump is a businessman, he knows how to talk and negotiate – that’s what I see as optimistic about his presidency. However I wonder if he’ll actually be able to get anything done if everyone will be constantly against him. And I just wanted to add about Hilary that it seems to me as though she fought to represent the emocrasts for her own sake. She didn’t seem to want the best for her party, many people had a leaning toward Sanders but it feels as if she had a prior goal just to get into the white house regardless of what’s best for the country and the world. She delayed her speech so much, the one thng she could have done now if she had wanted to was to call on all the Democratic supporters to unite with the rest of America and give Trump a chance, just as Trump has requested in his speech to those that didn’t vote for him….This world isn’t ever going to move forward to better times if everybody’s at war with everyone else. At least the one ‘good’ thing people can take out of all this public lashing out like on social media is that they learn who their true friends are, those who are friends wouldn’t attack you for your own beliefs. Anyway let’s hope for a better future. Thank you it’s been nice to talk about this with someone online :).

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      4. I was a Sanders supporter, so completely agree with your points about how Hillary seemed to put herself above the party. There is also strong evidence that she and/or supporters in the DNC manipulated the election, allowing her to beat Bernie.
        I also agree that we can not get along with people without dialogue. Hillary doesn’t have a very good record with that (at least not from the activities I’m aware of). Trump has built projects in many countries, seems to know how to work within the laws of other lands, yet get the projects done. IMHO, that will also be an asset with our own aging infrastructure.
        Thus, while I did not start out as a Trump supporter (and still think that Bernie could have won IF the playing field hadn’t been rigged). I am focusing on Trump’s good qualities and giving him the chance to prove – or disprove – his worth. There will be another election in 4 years….
        Hope you have a great weekend!


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