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Doomflower · 36-40, F
Never underestimate stupid peoples ability to stupid
smiler2012 · 56-60, M
graylight you can never account for personal stupidity but that is there freedom of choice
Leggs · 41-45, F
People move to the suburbs to get away from crime ridden neighborhoods. They don't want the bad neighborhoods brought back closer.

Wanting to keep your family and home safe are not "bigotry".
QuixoticSoul · 36-40, M
[@1073121,Leggs] Folks move to the suburbs for all kinds of reasons, including simply being priced out. Low income folks should have an opportunity to move to the suburbs as well. Not having a fancy job doesn't mean you're a criminal.
windinhishair · 61-69, M
You can't put your trust in him.
DoctorZuniga · 61-69, M
I’ve seen better statements made by a 7 year old than Trump. If we had a real Senate, they would remove him strictly on grounds for our National security. We are very much in danger.
independentone · 61-69, M
His supporters are mostly the white supremacists. Those people have no financial future, they aren't very bright, certainly not bright enough to earn a decent living or even provide for their families. They have put all their hope and trust that Trump will change their miserable lives for the better. It hasn't happened yet, and for the hat wearing, nascar watching, knuckle white trash that makes up Trumps base, nothing will ever make them successful.
independentone · 61-69, M
[@339454,windinhishair] Sad, but true
Graylight · F
[@1088262,independentone] But here's the crazy thing. I know plenty of people, wealthy or middle class, some with parochial university degrees, animal lovers, generally good people who are upstanding citizens in their corner of the world, who feel the very same way. The knuckle-dragging dolts I understand. But how does someone with 2.4 kids, a Volvo and a house in a city suburb support this nonsense. Surely "But the economy" doesn't answer every single charge.
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
[@627992,Graylight] unfortunately there has always been die hards. Never in their lives have they changed their party votes. And that attitude is very hard to convince to do otherwise.

I know this attitude very well coming from a totally Republican county growing up. And having in law's that supported Nixon even after he left office after being disgraced.

Example: the Nixon library is absolutely huge and was made through his supporters. 😔

The best way to convince them otherwise is to give them examples of those same Republican people that have changed their own minds. They "might" listen to them.

Yet never a "liberal" not even a "wishy washy" moderate.

That's how they think. 😔
DeWayfarer · 61-69, M
The whole thinking is backasswards. Most housing projects are in the city, never in the suburbs.

Like really, there are jobs in the suburbs? 🤷‍♂️

There sure as heck isn't here! 😔
windinhishair · 61-69, M
[@412417,DeWayfarer] Facts aren't important when Trump is throwing out his word salad for consumption by gullible people.
Graylight · F
[@339454,windinhishair] He could suffer an aneurism and they'd say he was speaking in tongues.
autumn25 · 26-30, F
People put their trust in Trump be because they’re just as backwards as he is.
SevIsPamprinYouAlways · 41-45, F
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