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Stand together

The one thing that has always set us apart from the rest of the world, and I believe is our greatest strength, is that we are made up of many different people with different experiences and beliefs, but when we are threatened by our enemies we stand together as one.

We are Americans first, and together we have defeated our enemies. A classic military technique to defeat a stronger foe is to divide and conquer. This is exactly what our enemies are trying to do and with Donald Trump at the helm. It is working better than Vladimir Putin had planned.

Regardless of which party we belong to, we have to stand united as one America or we will fall. Trump, I believe, has Narcissistic Personality Disorder (DSM 5) and should be relieved of duty until he can get proper treatment.

This is our life, our home and our children’s future. Any risk, however big or small, is too much to gamble with. Snap out of it and call a duck a duck and stand together as Americans and demand Congress to stop this train wreck before we are all speaking Russian.

Darryl Sargent


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