Politics

To american people I know that lot of you don't like politicans...
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If Schmidt, Burton...
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To Donald Trump This declaration of national emergency that you sign is phony. Their no crisis at the border as you...
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Mr. Trump, I write to you anonymously because I am a member of the Armed Forces and I believe that if I do not say this anonymously, there will be retribution for the contents of this letter; I know that you will not like what I have to say, if you bother to read this at all. Let me first start by emphasizing that the content of this letter is not intended to express the views of anyone other than myself and this letter certainly does not represent any man or woman within the U.S. Armed Forces. Now that my disclaimer is out of the way, I feel that you should know that I am an advocate for accurate feedback, and I firmly believe that feedback from subordinates is equally as important as feedback to subordinates. I usually like to start and end feedbacks on positive notes, but...
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To Brian Kemp I 'm wondering will Legislation of Georgia congress or you for that will ever consider of raising the minimum wages to fifteen dollars like New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy honest it would be nice...
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Dear George, While, I certainly appreciate diverse point of views, and believe in freedom of speech, I believe your latest article on Aljazeera is extremely biased, almost looking like propaganda, I, as many other Venezuelans, had fled the country, which, sadly, is a trend now, what's not news, is that, we're living under the "the law of the jungle", where there is scarcity of everything that many people take for granted, a place where, with your hard work is not compensated at all, unable to pay for trivialities like housing, luxuries like eating, where you cannot even be sure you'll return back home after a long day of work. These reasons have driven people out to the streets, not Guaido, not the opposing parties, I agree that Guaido doesn't necessarily represent me, he just...
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Hey Don, you're doing a good job. Exactly what was intended for your elected position. I hope you recognize and appreciate the importance of your role in the history of this great country. You have served as a building block and learning experience for the people. You have given them exactly what they needed to see, they wanted change, and boy that is what you gave them. A change in character! Unlike any before you, your uncanny ability to offend and speak so unpoetically through social media has made you an easy target for the half truthed media outlets. And that is OK my friend, your role and purpose is still being fulfilled, not for our generation, but for the future generations who are observing this time in history and will undoubtedly use what you have done to make America great...
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To all those that wanted the border wall. I want to say to the ones that support Donald J. Trump that wanted the border wall at whatever cost criticizing Trump for caving in to reopen the government it shouldn't took thirty -five to open the government when you have federal workers...
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In response to your article, "The Media Botched the Covington Catholic Story - And the damage to their credibility will be lasting"..... I read your article. I have spent days on social media. I wrote the appropriate well-penned letters. But, your article was another reminder of the most glaring issues - those that exacerbate everything - for people of color. The specifics of the issue aside, there are two glaring issues that the reporter and The Atlantic are perpetuating: 1. Where is this level of remorse and/or call to "responsible reporting" when those involved are Black? Where is this level of "ethics for freelance...." when the subjects are Black? We - literally - never see it. 2. The article was just another opportunity for mainstream media to make these boys into angels...
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Honourable Sir , i am writing on behalf of all unemployed paramedical students of jammu...
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