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How do you think America will become in the coming years?Will the country get more divided?Will trump serve a second term or get impeached?Will the right or left gain more power?I also encourage you to not be civil with eachother.Here's to seeing how long this forum lasts.
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A whole lotta violence.

Nuff said.
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It will be America and nothing spectacular will happen, because we are not all that special as a generation.
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8% chance he gets impeached but 70% chance he loses a 2nd bid

no way republicans allow a guy who cant be controlled to run their party again, and democrats should have a slam dunk if they campaign seriously this time (there were months hillary didnt say a thing to the media. easily the #1 reason she lost)

you'll have the right go like "what happened...?" while the left goes like "we got our country back" just like it was when obama won

and things will go the status quo because the new president wont be as polarizing
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I honestly see such a divide coming within the next decade o two that murders will fly thru the roof, politicians will use that for their gain- particularly on the left-
after trump the rnc and dnc will tighten rules more so outsiders will have no chance at all at being elected, only the ones that have been selected will be allowed,
I can see more regulations and laws inhibiting people of religion in favor of others/minorities, at the expense of the religious peoples freedoms ,and views
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Ocale wrote:

It will be America and nothing spectacular will happen, because we are not all that special as a generation.


Well technically we're the generation with the most active conflicts in our life times. I mean every time we get done putting out one fire another springs up. Frankly it's exhausting , at least the Nazi's had the grace to admit they were beaten after a few years.
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redokami wrote:

I honestly see such a divide coming within the next decade o two that murders will fly thru the roof, politicians will use that for their gain- particularly on the left-
after trump the rnc and dnc will tighten rules more so outsiders will have no chance at all at being elected, only the ones that have been selected will be allowed,
I can see more regulations and laws inhibiting people of religion in favor of others/minorities, at the expense of the religious peoples freedoms ,and views


Lady your theocracy had it's chance, it crashed and burned so badly it's corpse is still smouldering. Besides the Catholic and every other Church has no place in modern society. Faith is more then adherence to outdated concepts, my bi-sexuality does not lessen my faith in God nor make me any less worthy.
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But yeah, in the upcoming years Trump will give the country more problems. Which was to be expected. I wonder what would happen if Hillary was president.
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Ranwolf wrote:


redokami wrote:

I honestly see such a divide coming within the next decade o two that murders will fly thru the roof, politicians will use that for their gain- particularly on the left-
after trump the rnc and dnc will tighten rules more so outsiders will have no chance at all at being elected, only the ones that have been selected will be allowed,
I can see more regulations and laws inhibiting people of religion in favor of others/minorities, at the expense of the religious peoples freedoms ,and views


Lady your theocracy had it's chance, it crashed and burned so badly it's corpse is still smouldering. Besides the Catholic and every other Church has no place in modern society. Faith is more then adherence to outdated concepts, my bi-sexuality does not lessen my faith in God nor make me any less worthy.


so since churches have no place in society should we go away entirely?
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b17bomber wrote:

8% chance he gets impeached but 70% chance he loses a 2nd bid

no way republicans allow a guy who cant be controlled to run their party again, and democrats should have a slam dunk if they campaign seriously this time (there were months hillary didnt say a thing to the media. easily the #1 reason she lost)

you'll have the right go like "what happened...?" while the left goes like "we got our country back" just like it was when obama won

and things will go the status quo because the new president wont be as polarizing


Pretty much this. The only issues I'm uncertain about concern the resulting polarization. I'm not so optimistic that it will simply go away once Trump leaves office. Who's to say his base won't try to put another hardcore populist in office? There's also the question of what will happen between said populists and more orthodox GOPers. Will they simply absorb the Republican party? Compete with it? I don't have a clue.
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so since churches have no place in society should we go away entirely?


Nah, not if they can learn this is the 21st century and that the world is round. When they accept there is more then the boy/girl when it comes to gender and that heterosexuality is not the only choice I'll gladly rejoin their flock. Problem is your country is only encouraging the opposite. So I am not certain about the future of your homeland's theoretic future.
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A whole lotta violence.

Nuff said.


Basically sums up my thoughts.
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To be honest, I think America is going to be fine. The next generation of kids are going to be red pilled as fuck and are going to be against the SJW authoritarian ideologies that are being pushed.
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redokami wrote:



so since churches have no place in society should we go away entirely?


Nah, not if they can learn this is the 21st century and that the world is round. When they accept there is more then the boy/girl when it comes to gender and that heterosexuality is not the only choice I'll gladly rejoin their flock. Problem is your country is only encouraging the opposite. So I am not certain about the future of your homeland's theoretic future.


taking out the world is flat bit which honestly a small minority believe, you are essentially saying we have to change our beliefs, that a lot of us don't act upon, like, we don't go throwing gays off the roof or do public lynching for god sake,
we just voice that we don't agree with that stuff, yet we lose our jobs and are verbally lynched
isn't that a bit extreme? forcing people tochange their beliefs, even more so when it isn't actually hurting anyone, example not baking a cake


that's basically controlling how we think
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redokami wrote:



taking out the world is flat bit which honestly a small minority believe, you are essentially saying we have to change our beliefs, that a lot of us don't act upon, like, we don't go throwing gays off the roof or do public lynching for god sake,
we just voice that we don't agree with that stuff, yet we lose our jobs and are verbally lynched
isn't that a bit extreme? forcing people tochange their beliefs, even more so when it isn't actually hurting anyone, example not baking a cake


that's basically controlling how we think


It's hurting plenty of people but then again you know nothing about the struggles the faithful members of the LGBT community face when trying to interact with the Church. You also weren't there the day the priest of the church I used to go as a teenager decided to publicly shame me before the entire church when he found out I was bi-sexual. Do you have any idea how much that stung to stand there beside your adoptive father and his daughter while some priest shouts at you from his pulpit while 60 other people are staring at you.

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