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Trump Makes Massive Pledge To Military In His First Ever Address To Service Members (Video)

Friday, February 10, 2017 3:34
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Jack Davis for Western Journalism reports, During his first remarks to service members as president, Donald Trump on Monday vowed to support America’s military. “We have your back, every hour, every day, now and always,” Trump declared, later adding “Our administration is at your service.”

Billionaire real estate mogul and former reality television personality Donald Trump is the 45th president of the United States.

 

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  • Fokofpoes

    I remember telling some people something about deception, reading the books riddled by snakes (as they all are) and saying “So, discerning the poison is the issue then” (yes yes, I know venom is the term I should use when referring to actual snakes).

    Anyway, so I gave an example.

    You could have a convoluted, “complex” deception, something like:

    “My fellow patriot, I need you to fight a war for me. We are superior, it is our right. I promise you and your family prosperity, sign up as a soldier, urge your children to support me, send them to the battlefield for glory, honor and undeniable rewards”

    There’s a nice parallel there, if you care to consider it.

    Otoh, you could have a nice, simple deception, something like:

    “I’m going to give you a cookie.”

    Now, here’s what could happen.

    In the complex deception, you don’t get prosperity, you, your sons and daughters die, you supported murders. Would you be pleased?

    In the simple deception, you could be given a box of cookies. Still deceptive…

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