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There's no question that this nation has drifted away to significant extent from the values on which it was founded -- so much so that I suspect that if you attached magnets to whatever is left of the Founding Fathers then wrapped them in copper wire and hooked them up to the grid, we could light up the entire Eastern seaboard for a year. In all fairness, however, I think this country has drifted away from its original values in both directions -- right as well as left.
That being said, the question needs to be asked whether the values on which this country was originally founded still apply. Rightly or wrongly, we're a very different country than we were back in 1788 when we ratified the Constitution. (Just as an example, I'm inclined to think that the Founding Fathers would have worded the Second Amendment a bit more carefully if they'd had any idea that we'd eventually invent firearms that can shoot several rounds per second.) Whether conservatives like it or not (and as a rule, they don't!) change and growth and movement are inevitable and part of the natural order -- adapt or die. Stasis is not a naturally sustainable condition -- anything that is not growing and changing and moving is usually dying, or at least stagnating. You usually have to make an effort in order to keep things from changing -- and the longer you try to keep it from changing, the more effort it tends to require.
Even Leprous Zombie Hillary Clinton wouldn't think Trump has a "very good brain".
To quote a colbert classic to bush's face: " i love this administration because it stands for things. Not just for things it stands on things. Like aircraft carriers, rubble, and recently flooded city squares".
"Latest Emails Show Clinton Foundation Collaborating With State Dept to Arrange Quality Face-Time Between SOS HC and Big-Money Clinton Foundation Donors"
Smell Bad? Only If Your Nose Is NOT Up Between the Stinky Cheeks of Clinton.
Born in 85. Best president in my lifetime.