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Explain "Clinton versus Trump" to a kindergarten class

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posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 12:54 AM
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Imagine you're a substitute teacher for a kindergarten class. You have to explain "Clinton versus Trump" to the class. How would you do that? Please share your story. I think this exercise is fascinating because it really makes one explore whether or not they could be honest in such a situation. Could you risk shattering the naive worldview of a class of children or would you just lie?

I would be honest. I'm not going to lie just because it's a kindergarten class. I would say that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are both good at making people believe that they care about helping others. I can't make a judgment concerning what they're actually thinking but there's evidence that neither of them really care for others at all. I'd explain that if Clinton weren't a former first lady and protected by the establishment she would almost certainly be in jail now. And, if Trump weren't famous and rich, he couldn't have become the Republican nominee for president.

I wish adults would have been brutally honest with me when I was young. It would have helped me find the red pill a lot faster.

edit on 4-3-2016 by Profusion because: (no reason given)




posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 01:00 AM
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a reply to: Profusion

Exactly as you would to the general American public, Mr and Mrs John Q.
One good guy,,,, and one bad guy.
You choose.
Simple huh?



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 01:40 AM
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You have two people to chose from to be in charge.
Both of them are in love with themselves.

One has made bad decisions that caused people to loose their lives.

The other has made bad decisions that caused people to loose their jobs.


Which one is the better choice to be in charge?



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 02:44 AM
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Once upon a time there was a witch, with crazy hair and a snarly face who only wanted to be in charge of other people and get their money..........and then the really bad lady came along, who lied and lied and traded the kingdoms secrets for power and money.
Moral of the story kiddies: They both want the same thing, they just have different ways of lying to you to get it.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 03:14 AM
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a reply to: Profusion

once upon a time there was such as thing as choice when choosing leaders. Now thanks to our inability as a people to think like freemen we have been corralled like cattle into a subservient role dedicated to making the ambitions of rock star politicians and wealthy people come true.

Both these people are our enemies kids. They will lie to you and promise you the world.

Lesson one kids, everyone lies when power is involved.

Lesson two kids, people like to be lied to since they think somehow they are part of the power the politicians wield once elected.

Lesson three, if they hang out before or after the election then they are actually friends covering all bets. No matter who wins you lose.

Also, question everything and defy authority until such time as you feel you should empower it (when it is worthy of your loyalty).

Or, I would just simply tell them they are terrible people trying to lie to their parents so as to rob them of their future.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 03:37 AM
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Hi kids! Is everybody ready?

Mommies and daddies tell boys and girls what to do, because otherwise nobody ever goes to bed, right?

Well some mommies and daddies love this feling so much, they want to be everybody's mommy and daddy.

This year, this grandpa and this grandma are doing this.

They're on television because that way you'll know their names, that makes them feel good.

Don't worry about them.

Who wants strawberry?



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 03:42 AM
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assuming public kindergarten in a place where most of them have televisions, variations available.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 03:44 AM
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I would tell the tale of Cinderella, substituting the evil stepsisters for Trump and Hillary and the people for Cinders. Then I would pray the bell went before we were supposed to get to the happy ending, 'cos there isn't a happy ending.




posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 03:56 AM
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I would say that both candidates are popular, they have faults but their supporters don't see those. Instead they see the good qualities of each.

In Hillary Clinton they see someone who was First Lady, a Senator, and Secretary of State. She learned politics from her husband who was very successful at it, and they think Hillary will be an effective leader for the country.

Donald Trump is similar. His supporters see someone who has been extremely successful in his businesses and knows how to run an organization. They like that he's an outsider rather than set in the ways the current members of DC do things, and they like that he's challenging societal norms. Most of all, his supporters love that he has fought his party, and will almost certainly reform it into something that more aligns with their beliefs.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 04:22 AM
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a reply to: Profusion

Kids, it's like this:

Do you remember when class baked that massive chocolate cake a few weeks ago? Do you remember how hard we all worked, taking turns to mix the dough, sprinkling in just the right amount of chocolate mix, and adding all the ingredients carefully, so that we could all enjoy a piece of cake? Do you remember when Jay and Carly ate all the cake, in secret while you were all out playing, and then lied about it to keep you all from being angry with them?

Well, right now, two people are currently in a competition to see which of them will be eating not just your cake, or my cake, but the whole nations cake, in secret, while the rest of us are out, living our lives, just trying to get by. And they will be running in this competition to see which of them is best at lying about eating someone else's cake.

For the non kindergarten description of what's going down, check out Spider Jerusalem's description of voting, as uttered in the Transmetropolitan series of comic books.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 04:30 AM
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a reply to: Profusion

Why on earth would someone want to ruin a kindergartener's day by telling them about politics?

Boooooring.

Their minds don't need to be burdened with such things at that age.


edit on 4/3/16 by Chadwickus because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 04:39 AM
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Choose between a giant douche or a turd sandwich.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 07:52 AM
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a reply to: randomtangentsrme

How many jobs has Hillary created in her lifetime vs. those Trump has created?

How many lives havee been lost because of Clinton's jobs vs. Trumps jobs?

Kids deserve the truth.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 07:57 AM
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a reply to: DAVID64

Dang, I was hoping your story would end in " they just use different hairspray."



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 08:52 AM
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originally posted by: Profusion
Imagine you're a substitute teacher for a kindergarten class. You have to explain "Clinton versus Trump" to the class. How would you do that? Please share your story. I think this exercise is fascinating because it really makes one explore whether or not they could be honest in such a situation. Could you risk shattering the naive worldview of a class of children or would you just lie?

I would be honest. I'm not going to lie just because it's a kindergarten class. I would say that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are both good at making people believe that they care about helping others. I can't make a judgment concerning what they're actually thinking but there's evidence that neither of them really care for others at all. I'd explain that if Clinton weren't a former first lady and protected by the establishment she would almost certainly be in jail now. And, if Trump weren't famous and rich, he couldn't have become the Republican nominee for president.

I wish adults would have been brutally honest with me when I was young. It would have helped me find the red pill a lot faster.



Ok. I'll bite. First off kindergarten children can't understand what's at play here so you may as well explain it to the dog. Unless your purpose is indoctrination.
But if I had to try it would go something like this.
Clinton is part of a group known as the establishment. That means she is a controlled candidate. Controlled not by the citizens but by special interests. People that don't care about the citizens or our country for that matter and are hell bent on the destruction of this country. Mostly through illegal immigration, outsourcing and free trade agreements and a completely unprotected border.
Trump is an outsider that will not cave to these globalist traitors. He has been around long enough to see how rigged the game is and has had enough of it. I believe he loves this country and will do everything in his power to stop them although he may not yet know exactly how he will accomplish this.
You asked.

VinMan



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 09:32 AM
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Why are we discussing politics with short people with cookie breath in the first place?

Are you looking for advice.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 09:40 AM
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a reply to: Profusion

I would state that everyone has solutions to the problems we face.

Here we have 2 people that see problems and want to solve them.

One person thinks that 5+2 = 7.

Another thinks that 3+4 = 7.

Both are right.

But the way they go about solving the problem is different.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 09:40 AM
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a reply to: VinMan

Wait stop. Establishment what's that? . ( we're five remember).
And citizens, we don't know that word either.
Special interests. I like dogs . Can I have a dog? I want a little dog with brown and white spots and a curly tail. My friend Tina has a hamster. They're not like dogs. Teacher Bobby pulled my hair and said I'm a dog.

Whaaaa. No I don't wanna nap.
Try explaining anything to a kindergarten class.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 09:42 AM
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a reply to: DBCowboy

Umm no. They both added.



posted on Mar, 4 2016 @ 09:52 AM
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a reply to: Profusion

Of course you can be honest. You just tell the truth:

Hillary Clinton is a criminal who is getting away with breaking the law by leaving top secret emails on an unsecured personal email server, and is a pure evil leftist socialist who wants to ruin the United States by continuing all of Obama's failed economic policies that have left us in a non-stop recession.

Donald Trump is a rich billionaire who is a close friend of the Clintons and has gotten lots of republican voters to vote for him by making conservative campaign promises that they want to hear, irregardless of the fact that he's an obvious RINO and doesn't have a conservative bone in his body. In fact if he gets in office he will be no different from Hillary Clinton and will continue all of Obama's failed economic policies that have left us in a non-stop recession.

Why did the republicans nominate a close friend of the Clintons into the top candidate for the republican party? Because most voters are brain-dead idiots who love eating the same # every election cycle. The entire concept of voting for someone outside the establishment (like Ben Carson) is an alien concept to them. Being presented with a meaningful choice hurts their brains.

Clinton or Friend of the Clintons 2016! Yeah! America is great!



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