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Political Coffee 1-16-2020

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Is “do as I say and not as I do” an effective argument that helps persuade the persuadables to reconsider who and how they vote? Actions speak louder than words is universally accepted in human nature as an indicator of individual honesty so if you can point out examples of politicians doing this in impeachment and Oregon’s Cap and Trade scam, will it move people in your circle of influence?
Can Dem Senators be impartial jurors in an impeachment trial when they have already said they would vote to impeach? more do as I say:
OR Dems to introduce Cap and Trade Scam in Feb short session; they claim to care about the poor and middle class yet their votes for cap and trade and the hidden sales tax dramatically increase the cost of living for those same people. More do as I say

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    Political Coffee 1-16-2020 Jeff Kropf

Written by: Jeff Kropf

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