What do you ag students learn for 4 years?

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wrenhal

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Still struggling to get to that 5th stage eh?... Is the process going to start over in November when Trump "loses" again?
The way things are going it wouldn't shock me if Trump even won by their definition of the popular vote. But they can still blame Russians or the Klan or something.
if anyone pays attention even half way to social media they'd realize Democrats are about to lose a lot of black votes this year. I see it all over. These black people that are just tired of the Democrats constantly promising them just more stuff rather than actual solutions and they are turning conservative and wanting to vote Trump because they see his accomplishments and that he's helping all people, not just whites.

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Jostate

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if anyone pays attention even half way to social media they'd realize Democrats are about to lose a lot of black votes this year. I see it all over. These black people that are just tired of the Democrats constantly promising them just more stuff rather than actual solutions and they are turning conservative and wanting to vote Trump because they see his accomplishments and that he's helping all people, not just whites.

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The thing about any particular voting block is, a candidate doesn't have to swing those voters like the talking heads always discuss. They just have to do well enough to make the opponent's voting block apathetic enough to stay home. I don't think the minority vote is going to run out and vote in large numbers for Trump, but they may sit at home and vote for nobody. Which would put Trump back in office.