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Old Today, 09:20 AM
 
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The term, "College Republicans", invokes laughter. There could be no other group, anywhere, that could be less significant and more powerless. Surrounded by academia, high-level research and learning of important things, this pitiful little bunch tries to promote medieval ideals and regressive policies. What must their childhoods have been like, to result in them embracing "republicanism", at their young ages? Most likely, they're all just parroting the nonsense their conservative parents imposed on them.
How naÔve. I was a College Republican and our group was one of the most popular on campus. Certainly our membership was more attractive and fun than the dregs of society that made up the College Democrats.
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Old Today, 10:01 AM
 
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Says the supporter of an orange jerkwad who praises anti-democracy authoritarian fascist murderous dictators. Oh the irony. Yes, The Dunning Kruger effect in action yet again.
I'm curious about a couple of things (and I didn't vote for Trump, and I'm not a Republican).....

1. Whom do you hate more......Trump, or other Trump voters (assuming Trump voted for himself ) ?

2. Do you think everyone who voted for Trump suffers from the Dunning Kruger effect?
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Old Today, 10:50 AM
 
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I'm curious about a couple of things (and I didn't vote for Trump, and I'm not a Republican).....

1. Whom do you hate more......Trump, or other Trump voters (assuming Trump voted for himself ) ?

2. Do you think everyone who voted for Trump suffers from the Dunning Kruger effect?
Yes, trump AND his supporters suffer greatly from it. Itís amusing.
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Old Today, 10:54 AM
 
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The term, "College Republicans", invokes laughter. There could be no other group, anywhere, that could be less significant and more powerless. Surrounded by academia, high-level research and learning of important things, this pitiful little bunch tries to promote medieval ideals and regressive policies. What must their childhoods have been like, to result in them embracing "republicanism", at their young ages? Most likely, they're all just parroting the nonsense their conservative parents imposed on them.
This legit made me laugh out loud.
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Old Today, 12:10 PM
 
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I'm curious about a couple of things (and I didn't vote for Trump, and I'm not a Republican).....

1. Whom do you hate more......Trump, or other Trump voters (assuming Trump voted for himself ) ?

2. Do you think everyone who voted for Trump suffers from the Dunning Kruger effect?
If one supports someone who has a history of ripping folks like them off...yes. IMO they are very stupid and likely too stupid to be aware of how very stupid they are.
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Old Today, 12:12 PM
 
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No covered faces in public.
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