The short form of the extended lie, courtesy of the Washington Post, followed by some fact checking by the same:
And remember Uh-mare-rik-uh:
FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH
Percentage of U.S. college grades that were A’s in 1960: 16
In 2015: 45
from Harper’s Index, July 2016 issue
To call Donald Trump a redneck does a disservice to the rednecks I have known. They, at least, work for their money. Trump inherited his and has managed it in a careless, cavalier, and, indeed, parasitic manner.
Donald Trump, like the namesake of our 41st president, George H. W. Bush, hasn’t the least idea of what it means to work for a living. His racket — and it is a racket — is to finagle unsuspecting investors into dubious “money-making” schemes which almost invariably go belly-up, and then file for bankruptcy to avoid paying his debts.
I expect he imagines he can finance his campaign in the same manner and, if elected, the U.S. Treasury. I will be interested in watching him take our government into protection from creditors in the World Court.
Number of times bankrupt appears in Donald’s Wikipedia entry (counted on 12 May 2016): 47.
That’s 29 times in the body of the entry, 18 times in the footnotes.
Frank Schaeffer, a former Republican and booster of the religious right, speaks on President Obama, his presidency and legacy.
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