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Sam asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 3 years ago

Which closest represents "Make America great again" to you?

Pre-Civil Rights Movement, Reconstruction Period or pre-Civil War?

5 Answers

  • 3 years ago

    Neither, post WWII where we were respected around the world, our people got educated and had great jobs.

  • 3 years ago

    The best way to make America great again, to me, would require a time machine to go back and erase Ronnie Raygun and Faux Spews.

  • 3 years ago

    All 3 of your proposed responses are liberal in characteristics. My answer is therefore, "none of then."

  • 3 years ago

    1764 is considered a monumental time in our history; The first grassroots movement that organized the Committee of Correspondence in Boston. It opposed the Sugar Act and the Currency acts. That is as close to the people standing up against the swamp tyranny as anything in modern history. The people elected a visionary named Trump. He may not be a politician as the Republican Party and the Democrat Party are used to, but he is for the people, and that scares the 'P' out of them.

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  • 3 years ago

    None of the above.

    Your question underscores your own personal biases and prejudices.

    Trump has achieved more to shift the USA toward a Nation where more of our Responsible citizens have more equal Rights and Opportunity, Liberty and freedom of Choice regardless of race, cultural background and sex or religion, than ever before in American History.

    You Extreme Leftists and Liberal Democrats fail every time you attempt to spin your way out of the need to connect with reality.

    Help Trump to Drain the Swamp and fix that hidden Deep State unconstitutional Domination of of our Nation.

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