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Democrats just need to say 4 things: we support border security,

Trump promised that Mexico would pay, Trump bragged heíd shut down the government, and we support a solution to our immigration policy dating back to one that George W Bush supported.

I hope they donít get sucked into long-winded debates on talk news shows. Keep all all short and simplistic to reach as many people as possible.

More proof that you should not teach in FL

This stateís hatred of teachers is out of control. If you plan to move here to teach or if you plan to major in education and go into teaching, then change your major now!! The pay is awful and the working conditions are literally a danger to your overall mental and physical health.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.tampabay.com/opinion/columns/cheap-and-hostile-is-not-the-way-to-attract-teachers-in-florida-20181203/%3ftemplate=amp

So teachers in Pinellas County are at somewhat of an impasse in contract negotiations.

For this type of news, the initial response is usually ho.

Followed emphatically by hum.

Related: Pinellas teachers turn down a raise to press for better working conditions

Itís true, this headline could not be less stunning. First of all, itís the nature of unions and management. Itís also predictable in a state that views public schools as disdainfully as the politicians of Florida do.

So why fret about it this time?

Two reasons:

No. 1, this is not your typical salary dispute. The teachers are not raising a stink about a proposed 2.55 percent pay bump. While teachers have walked off the job in states across the nation this year to protest dwindling paychecks, the union in Pinellas is more concerned about bureaucratic demands.

Does Trump have to win in 2020 to avoid indictment?

If a sitting president canít be indicted as many pundits say, and if the statute of limitations on charges of campaign finance violations run out in 2022, I would think heíd have to win again to avoid prosecution. If he is impeached and somehow we can find 18 GOP Senators to vote for removal, I guess he could be indicted but Pence would pardon. And if he loses in 2020, the statute of limitations wouldnít have run out and could be indicted.

Any thoughts?
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