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Fan placement- it's just politics
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: February 09, 2020 05:07PM
Politics as usual. There are no random placements at today's political rallies.


Mayor Pete fans at recent rally
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Re: Fan placement- it's just politics
Posted by: GGD
Date: February 09, 2020 05:10PM
No male fans?
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Re: Fan placement- it's just politics
Posted by: RgrF
Date: February 09, 2020 05:20PM
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GGD
No male fans?

They're still in the closet.
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Re: Fan placement- it's just politics
Posted by: sekker
Date: February 09, 2020 05:49PM
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GGD
No male fans?

They're still in the closet.

ROTFL!
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Re: Fan placement- it's just politics
Posted by: Sarcany
Date: February 09, 2020 06:55PM
Didja hear the story of the little girl Drumpf called out for a scholarship at the SOTU?

[slate.com]

During the State of the Union address Tuesday, President Donald Trump introduced America to Janiyah Davis. Trump introduced the fourth grader from Philadelphia right after he talked about the “countless American children” who are “trapped in failing government schools.” Trump said Janiyah was one of tens of thousands of students on waiting lists for scholarships and she would receive an “opportunity scholarship” to attend the school of her choice.

It was supposed to be a moment to help make the point that school choice should be expanded. But it turns out, Janiyah doesn’t go to a failing school. Not even kind of. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, she attends a competitive charter school that is incredibly difficult to get into. In September, Janiyah Davis entered Math, Science and Technology Community Charter School III. The school, which is independently run but funded by taxpayers, is so popular that it received 6,500 applications for a mere 100 spots next year.

So, why was Janiyah chosen for the scholarship paid for by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos? No one seems to really know. Her mother, Stephanie, said she was “really surprised” when her daughter was named in the State of the Union. “I don’t view MaST as a school you want to get out of at all. I view it as a great opportunity,” Davis said...


Hmmm...





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Re: Fan placement- it's just politics
Posted by: Blankity Blank
Date: February 09, 2020 09:50PM
He’s doing the “transparency in politics” thing wrong.






Well, wrong for him, but, conveniently, right for us.
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