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Mike Norris
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Posted: 03 December 2019 at 9:16pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Trump isn't even a better Prez than Prez, the first teen President 
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It's shocking how few Republican voters know that the U.S. national debt more than tripled under Reagan. It'd be nice if instead of waving his image about they'd share his letter specifically asking other Republicans to get assault style weapons out of neighborhoods.

I think they really should re-name themselves the know-nothings or something else, otherwise they're one step more like Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge as 'democratic people's liberators'. Abe and Ike led a lot of people in war but would be dumbfounded I'm sure that the party they were part of could devolve so far over so little (for the benefit of so very few).


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At best, Trump could be considered a better President than a Lincoln (e.g. the bloated, garish, 1975 Lincoln Continental), but not the Lincoln.

SIDEBAR: As many of you know, I own a letter written by Abraham Lincoln. When I show it to people, I like to point out that he was a very humble man, and so signed it A Lincoln, not The Lincoln.

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Tangential question: where/how do you keep the letter, JB? Were you advised on how best to preserve it?
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It came framed, with all archival details attended to. It hangs in my front hall* surrounded by the rest of my Lincoln memorabilia.

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* Not an entirely accurate description of the space, given the layout of the house.

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