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MP_Pres_Job_Description...i wonder where somes goes from when they have just served 4-8 yrs as president? i mean, what other jobs could they do? what would you put on your resume? haha

MP_Pres_Job_Description...i wonder where somes goes from when they have just served 4-8 yrs as president? i mean, what other jobs could they do? what would you put on your resume? haha

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In 1788, in the Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton: "The office of President will never fall to the lot of any man who is not in an eminent degree endowed with the requisite qualifications.” December 19th, if 38 people from the electoral college do not vote for Trump and vote for Hillary Clinton, then Trump will not be President. Hillary won the popular vote by over 4 million votes so far and still growing.

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yep! There is no such thing as a party switch--that's just another lie fabricated by the left in attempt to re-write history & sweep their dirty actions under the rug.
from Reclaim Our Republic

VIDEO WIKILEAKS Hillary calls Muslims “sandniggers”, Impossible To Vette Refugees,Putin, Press, Much More!

yep! There is no such thing as a party switch--that's just another lie fabricated by the left in attempt to re-write history & sweep their dirty actions under the rug.

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If Donald Trump becomes President, The rest of us should be able to just walk into any hospital & start working as doctors

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Racist? I would support: Allen West, Ben Carson, Condi Rice, Herman Cain, . . . or any minority Conservative for President before any white liberal. (Racist? Not I!) If you wouldn't support these candidates, what does that make you?

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from The Huffington Post

The Electoral College Was Designed To Prevent Trump. You Can Make This Happen.

Trump can still be stopped. The Founding Fathers foresaw just this catastrophe, and built a fail-safe into the Constitution. It's called the Electoral ...

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As Alexander Hamilton writes in “The Federalist Papers,” the Constitution is designed to ensure “that the office of President will never fall to the lot of any man who is not in an eminent degree endowed with the requisite qualifications.” The point of the Electoral College is to preserve “the sense of the people,” while at the same time ensuring that a president is chosen “by men most capable of analyzing the qualities adapted to the station, and acting under circumstances favorable to…

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