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Old January 2nd, 2018, 09:11 AM   #31
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You actually think that the daughter of Mike Huckabee (wealthy politician and past presidential candidate) active Republican--a 35 year old woman--graduate of a small, Baptist college--got the job as Deputy Press Secretary--then slipped into Sean Spicer's position, because she is/was successful? NO.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders was the recipient of a plum of a job because of her connections--HER FATHER--her father's friend--her father's money--her father's influence and allegiance to DJ Trump. THAT'S how Washington works.

Washington is infamous for pay to play-- rewards for contributions-- JOBS--for friends and friend's family. Sorry, but that's the reality. The system is still a swamp.

She stood in for Spicer several dozen times before she got that position. I wouldn't consider that "slipping" in.
She also did a lot before that in politics that doesn't have anything to do with daddy.
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Who has the most important job...Sarah or this Chelsea? A crude woman making disgusting comments about another's appearance etc, only takes a script writer and some small ability to read.
most important job?

we were discussing being successful.

and as a multiple best-selling author, star of several top-rated tv programs and a highly sought after stand up comic, I would say - without QUESTION - that Chelsea is more successful.

I would say that Sarah's job is more important - and trying to make Trump look good means her job is more difficult as well
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Old January 2nd, 2018, 09:21 AM   #33
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She stood in for Spicer several dozen times before she got that position. I wouldn't consider that "slipping" in.
She also did a lot before that in politics that doesn't have anything to do with daddy.


Baloney. Sanders worked in state and local politics, mostly for her father or friends of her father....NONE of which amounted to anything. She was a field agent--community organizer--campaign advisor. She was involved in the campaigns of both U.S. senators from Arkansas, her father's run for president in 2016 and then suddenly applied to work for Trump....and got the job.

That's it. Sanders doesn't have an advanced degree--has no accolades--no federal or state experience in government---no legislative experience---and no experience working for the WH--until now. So HOW does someone like this GET A fantastic job? HOW? There must have been hundreds of better candidates for a press secretary job...but Sarah got the job.

Sorry---I don't buy it. Sarah had an "in". His name is Mike Huckabee.
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Old January 2nd, 2018, 09:31 AM   #34
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Personally, I am favor of feminism that makes it okay to be feminine, and not I am not in favor of feminism that ridiculous being feminine. While I remember the good old days, and that they were not that good, I also question the good of women's liberation when it means making being feminine taboo, and returns women and children to barbaric circumstances.

I do think there is a relationship between being feminine and having good manners and being considerate of others. I think femininity is a force civilizations need, and that destroying the value of being feminine is good for the Military Industry Complex, and that might not be best for humanity? or
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Old January 2nd, 2018, 09:48 AM   #35
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at least ninety seconds

I thought you were worth it

aren't I generous with my valuable time?
lol quite.
IMHO, quickly branding mayeve a "right-wing nut job" is just a bit premature, the branding just a little too quickly stuffing her into a one-size-fits-all RWNJ box.

But you do seem like a good sport mayeve!
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Baloney. Sanders worked in state and local politics, mostly for her father or friends of her father....NONE of which amounted to anything. She was a field agent--community organizer--campaign advisor. She was involved in the campaigns of both U.S. senators from Arkansas, her father's run for president in 2016 and then suddenly applied to work for Trump....and got the job.

That's it. Sanders doesn't have an advanced degree--has no accolades--no federal or state experience in government---no legislative experience---and no experience working for the WH--until now. So HOW does someone like this GET A fantastic job? HOW? There must have been hundreds of better candidates for a press secretary job...but Sarah got the job.

Sorry---I don't buy it. Sarah had an "in". His name is Mike Huckabee.

Mike Huckabee may be an important reason for her getting the job, but so is appealing to people who like Sarah Palin. And for sure having the Sander name is very helpful because it is so easily confused with Bernie Sander's and it seems a Trump tactic is keeping everyone confused and off balance.
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IMHO, quickly branding mayeve a "right-wing nut job" is just a bit premature, the branding just a little too quickly stuffing her into a one-size-fits-all RWNJ box.

But you do seem like a good sport mayeve!

Ha! Thanks! I can hang. I was surprised at being branded so quickly as well. Would it make a difference if I said I didn't vote for Trump and actually happily voted for Obama in 2008? Nah. Not likely.
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Personally, I am favor of feminism that makes it okay to be feminine, and not I am not in favor of feminism that ridiculous being feminine. While I remember the good old days, and that they were not that good, I also question the good of women's liberation when it means making being feminine taboo, and returns women and children to barbaric circumstances.

I do think there is a relationship between being feminine and having good manners and being considerate of others. I think femininity is a force civilizations need, and that destroying the value of being feminine is good for the Military Industry Complex, and that might not be best for humanity? or

Here's my opinion of feminism and it has nothing to do with being "feminine". There's a notion that's been around for 100 years that women should be treated as delicate, fragile, soft, gentle, pretty and therefore can't be leaders or CEOs or smart enough to VOTE, own property, or manage money--that women should be "taken care of" in some custodial or managerial way.

Feminism is the belief in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. Feminist activism is the struggle for that equality.
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Old January 2nd, 2018, 11:03 AM   #39
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Who has the most important job...Sarah or this Chelsea? A crude woman making disgusting comments about another's appearance etc, only takes a script writer and some small ability to read.
As opposed to Baghdad Bobbett Sanders who stands there and reads lies and answers questions with a list of canned lies?
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...The problem with feminism is it gos against millions of years of mans evolution...We are still cave men and our base instinct is to wack women on head and bring back to cave to spread our seed...
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