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Many would vote a woman for President. However, Hillary is not the woman. Hillary had too much negative from her own doing that was her undoing(IMO).
Absolutely. I am all for female leaders(we have a great one here in the UK right now) but clinton wasn't a good one.

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Anarchists are people who don't believe in government. Period.

The people who destroyed property and threatened harm to people are rioters, not anarchists. Since they are apparently trying to influence the government via violence, they could also be called terrorists.
I believe anarchists is incorrectly being used. Agreed, simply rioters. Rioters that the left are attempting to disassociate. And for what reason? The rioters are left leaning? I would have to say yes.

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This Yarn Store Owner Received Rape Threats For Opposing The Women’s March, But She Won’t Back Down


When Elizabeth Poe saw video footage of the Women’s March in Washington DC the day after President Trump was inaugurated, she was horrified by all of the vulgarity on display. Women carried signs emblazoned with genitals, many repeatedly chanted curse words, and celebrities delivered speeches riddled with explicit content and threats of violence.
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This Yarn Store Owner Received Rape Threats For Opposing The Women’s March, But She Won’t Back Down


When Elizabeth Poe saw video footage of the Women’s March in Washington DC the day after President Trump was inaugurated, she was horrified by all of the vulgarity on display. Women carried signs emblazoned with genitals, many repeatedly chanted curse words, and celebrities delivered speeches riddled with explicit content and threats of violence.
Of course, we should all believe what we read on the federalist.com!


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Of course, we should all believe what we read on the federalist.com!

What's wrong with the federalist? Are you suggesting it's fake news?
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This Yarn Store Owner Received Rape Threats For Opposing The Women’s March, But She Won’t Back Down


When Elizabeth Poe saw video footage of the Women’s March in Washington DC the day after President Trump was inaugurated, she was horrified by all of the vulgarity on display. Women carried signs emblazoned with genitals, many repeatedly chanted curse words, and celebrities delivered speeches riddled with explicit content and threats of violence.
Good for her, and the threats she has had, show the mind set of these people.
As she said, these people on the marches were far more vulgar that trump ever was which is sort of ironic.
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What's wrong with the federalist? Are you suggesting it's fake news?
Perhaps I worded that incorrectly. As an independent, I tend to try and stay away from news sources that are overly biased to the right or left. The federalist is heavily right biased.

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This Yarn Store Owner Received Rape Threats For Opposing The Women’s March, But She Won’t Back Down


When Elizabeth Poe saw video footage of the Women’s March in Washington DC the day after President Trump was inaugurated, she was horrified by all of the vulgarity on display. Women carried signs emblazoned with genitals, many repeatedly chanted curse words, and celebrities delivered speeches riddled with explicit content and threats of violence.
Say it ain't so!!!

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Supposedly the next planned march is a day long strike for all women in this country to not go to work. This will show the world how important women are in the workplace (was that ever in question ...). Of course part of this is meant to protest the so called "wage gap". Pretty funny, burn through one of your personal days ...
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Supposedly the next planned march is a day long strike for all women in this country to not go to work. This will show the world how important women are in the workplace (was that ever in question ...). Of course part of this is meant to protest the so called "wage gap". Pretty funny, burn through one of your personal days ...
I heard about this second march.

It is to my understanding the march after the inauguration was a spin off of what was to be a march/celebration for the first woman president(Hillary) that obviously never came to pass.


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I am sick and tired of everyone protesting about EVERYTHING. It is absolutely absurd. The protests stem from that segment of the population that despise Trump, it's been that way since he announced his candidacy in the summer of 2015. Combine distaste for him with his winning the election and the disappointment from seeing him in this position of authority, and many can't stomach it. He's the President. He won the election, get used to it. Maybe someone will actually do something in the White House, rather than sit on their f***ing a** for 8 years. If you went to a protest, get a job, get a life. This politically correct, "misogynisitic", "racist", liberal crap is just unbearable. Go to work, pay taxes, take care of and protect your family, be kind to others, try to get along with others, etc. Can anyone take anyone seriously who wears a vagina costume?? And who the heck protests extreme vetting, which protects us? I don't see anyone protesting locking their doors at night. This is what those who root for Hillary, those who hate Trump, the ones protesting,those who cried during the election still don't get--this s*** is getting old, and it needs to stop.
Did you feel the same way about the Tea Party?
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Supposedly the next planned march is a day long strike for all women in this country to not go to work. This will show the world how important women are in the workplace (was that ever in question ...). Of course part of this is meant to protest the so called "wage gap". Pretty funny, burn through one of your personal days ...
Or get fired lol

The term cutting off your nose to spite your face comes to mind

Doesn't matter though I don't know anyone participating in this stuff
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Or get fired lol

The term cutting off your nose to spite your face comes to mind

Doesn't matter though I don't know anyone participating in this stuff
The funny thing, at least where I live. The two biggest employers of women are healthcare (in particular nurses) and education (in particular the public school districts). For these two areas there is no pay gap whatsoever, and don't believe there is any doubt the importance they play in the workforce. I don't know anyone either who would be participating in such a "strike".
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The funny thing, at least where I live. The two biggest employers of women are healthcare (in particular nurses) and education (in particular the public school districts). For these two areas there is no pay gap whatsoever, and don't believe there is any doubt the importance they play in the workforce. I don't know anyone either who would be participating in such a "strike".
No pay gap whatsoever in my field either (government). I have no doubt that a pay gap does exists in certain fields though. Guess my question has always been why would anyone,male or female,work in an environment where they are treated, paid, or valued less than their counterparts especially knowing you have other alternatives. I wouldn't.
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The funny thing, at least where I live. The two biggest employers of women are healthcare (in particular nurses) and education (in particular the public school districts). For these two areas there is no pay gap whatsoever, and don't believe there is any doubt the importance they play in the workforce. I don't know anyone either who would be participating in such a "strike".
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No pay gap whatsoever in my field either (government). I have no doubt that a pay gap does exists in certain fields though. Guess my question has always been why would anyone,male or female,work in an environment where they are treated, paid, or valued less than their counterparts especially knowing you have other alternatives. I wouldn't.
So what you are saying effectively...it is all made up.

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