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Politics Latest Messages: Thanks for that input, good to know. It does make..

I didn't vote for Trump. I was trying to explain why Dems seem to - sm

Posted: Jul 9th, 2018 - 3:51 pm In Reply to: I do appreciate an answer that doesn't - deflect away from Trump.

misunderstand evangelical voters. When there's a misunderstanding it looks like hypocrisy. Especially if a large block of evangelicals voted for Obama. (I don't know if that's true.) I'm just saying false reasoning can lead you to an inaccurate assumption of the other side.

If evangelicals could trust Dems not to infringe on their religious beliefs, there's a good chance some of them would vote Dem. They have in the past.

Writing them off as hypocrites or finally had enough with Trump isn't going to get you there.

Your deflection is my what-aboutism. LOL. I'm not offended if you call me out for deflection. It is deflection. It's saying why call out Trump when XYZ did the same thing? Everyone does it. It's like claiming a politician doesn't lie. Or one lies more than another. What else is new? Maybe they all politicians lie at the same rate, but the biggest most well-documented liar just happens to be the one getting the most air time...

That's an interesting concept. What if Trump lies 1/10th as much as other politicians, but because he gets 20-30 times the air time he has more documented lies. No one will do that study. Lies don't matter.

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