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It seems to me that we are living though a period of time eerily similar to April 11th in 1861. Dejavu has us feeling that we will soon experience the same feeling as the soldier's who manned Fort Sumpter. What are the thoughts of those awaiting to receive fire.

Bangkokbob 6 Mar 19

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It isnt that a civil war is coming, it's that it feels as though it might. The threat is the feeling, and the uncertainty of what might come.

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It isnt that a civil war is coming, it's that it feels as though it might. The threat is the feeling, and the uncertainty of what might come.

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Don't worry, no civil war is on the horizon.

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It sounds terrible, worrisome...

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I live in Iowa, Steve King should be removed from office because of that trillion bullets remark, but, alas, it's predominately racist here. they love that walking shit pile.

nogod Level 7 Mar 19, 2019
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The fear pandering coming from the religious and non religious right is getting more and more intense. l for one, smell rotting shit coming out of the republican party, this is how they expect to get the orange road kill re-elected. PROVE ME WRONG.

nogod Level 7 Mar 19, 2019
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Not sure what happened then but if we were involved, I'm sorry. We were shits then but we got better.

that date is when our civil war started,

@nogod phew

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I agree with your post. It seems like a war is about to erupt. Perhaps this Summer when the weather is warmer there will be more to this.

the right needs to understand that a civil war would end this country, not just rip it in half.

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