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On 12/3/2017 7:32 AM, VegasJerry wrote:
> How do you measure the success of others? Can you measure them by your own personal failures and
the failures of others? Take Donald Trump for instance. He has successfully gained the Presidency of
the United States by lying to you; and having others lie to you; to get your vote and support.

Where is the list?

Knew you could not make a reasonable post!

More garbage every day ... you are part of the problem, Jerry, not part 
of the solution.

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