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originally posted by: MindShine
All of these triggered liberals... not to mention the the leftie overlord himself.
God forbid you have children singing about being Patriotic.
I notice the left wing supporters will at any cost use any small piece of media against Trump to defend their views, and stick together in such threads as if they were trying to mimic the Spartans from 300.
originally posted by: matafuchs
a reply to: Indigo5
You know that this was written and recorded before the father who runs this band of dancers contacted Trump. He also contacted all of the other campaigns. You should do a little research into what these children have done, what they do and why they do it.
This is not a Trump concoction. His camp agreed because they are young girls who are promoting patriotism. It is not different than a candidate bringing a songwriter on stage to introduce them.
Right now if you look at current polls you see the uptick. Put out there the Blue Dog Dem's and independents and it is still very much anyone's game.
originally posted by: TheBandit795
I'm really beginning to think that Larken Rose is right. Belief and faith in political leaders and government is nothing more than a superstition, religion or dare I say... A cult.
Empire, according to Parlux's press release, is "[f]or those who aspire to create their own empire through personal achievement" and features "bold notes of peppermint, spicy chai, and a hint of juicy apple."
originally posted by: Stormdancer777
Dancers stomp out a rhythm on the floor and on the body, expressing identities and struggles, hopes and dreams. They tell of resistance and conflict in the segregated South, brotherhood and sisterhood on the long climb out. Stepping is an African-American dance form created by black fraternities and sororities that reaches back to West African tribes and forward to twenty-first century cities. Stories about coming of age, about losing and finding family, about staying afloat through hard times, and about giving back are spoken, chanted, and performed. Step routines link dance with histories of the heart, with geographies of hope, and with the all-terrain vehicle that is humor.
You live in a fake reailty if that is what you thought.
originally posted by: introvert
originally posted by: Jobeycool
Some of you people are clueless the rest of the world countries are worse with poliical brain washing kids.Also some of you people need to realize other nations do despise us and would bomb us and kill us if they could.Some of you people do not live in reailty anymore.
Just because other countries are "worse" does not mean we are justified in allowing it at all.
I thought we Americans are supposed to be above such things, but as long as some other countries do it "worse" than us, it's ok?
originally posted by: UKTruth
. I remember seeing these types of songs and performances regularly back in the 70's and 80's at events. :