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originally posted by: Xenogears
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Sookiechacha
Actually, 100% of them are unaccompanied. Since they arrived on their own or were removed from their parents by the government.
No at the crossing when detained they are 90% not accompanied by a family member.
What is not contestable is that a simple decision was made by every electorate who voted for Trump: they voted for him “even though” they knew all the bad things about him.
The 2016 Presidential Election has a strong parallel to The United Methodist Church because Trump drew much of his “even though” support from the same power-base as The UMC.
Donald Trump won significant majorities in a wave of the Rust Belt, which Colin Woodard’s 2011 book American Nations designates as Greater Appalachia and the Midlands.
The largest unit of United Methodism in America comes from Greater Appalachia, which along with the Deep South and the Midlands comprises 51% of American Methodism.
originally posted by: Willtell
The problem is with Hitler people didn’t have a choice mostly