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The GOP is done. They’ve become the bitch of the far left Democrats. They think this will help them but it won’t. Next the left will go after them and then they’ll eventually eat their own starting with Schumer and Pelosi until the Democrat party is so far left they make AOC look like Reagan.
This user feels duped for the first time in 25 years.
This person isn't concerned about Trump's legacy. (-39)
A user named ass-professional doesn't understand the meaning of irony when he accuses Democrats of a coup.
This comment devolves into people in-fighting about budgets. (-52)
I have experienced this several times. For instance, I once asked why is the N word considered racist. I genuinely didn't know that. And most people replied "How old are you? How is it possible you don't know that?". Then I said that I'm not an American and they were like," Oh. That makes sense. I thought you were an American too."
This is just one scenario but it has happened many times. Most Americans I've come across online think this way. Why is it so?
Lots of TV and films depict a proposal as this dramatic, surprising moment where someone finally realizes their true feelings. While it may make for good entertainment, in real life your significant other should be well aware of where the relationship is heading.