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rally vs protest

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Do you know the meaning of both words?

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RE: Do you know the meaning of both words?

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Yes I do.

I'll use them in a sentence.

Trump held a RALLY to PROTEST Islam.

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Saw that one too. She's also a victim

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but not at the hands of whom you might think. We've already seen Muslim terrorists use women and children as suicide bombers. It's been all over the news and folks will react to what they see and hear in the media. I'd say the crowd reaction to her strategic rise from her seat wasn't unexpected. She's simply collateral damage from extremists of her own religion. I'll say it again...that the terrorists have already won.

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RE:but not at the hands of whom you might think

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I think she was also a victim of the crowd (by booing) and a victim of the person that claims people are too "politically correct" and then has people removed from a rally because they expressed an opinion.

He can dish it out but he can't take it?

How does Trump fill a 1,400 seat arena?

By giving out 5,000 free tickets.

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Re: 1400 out of 5000

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That's probably a much better score than many of his contenders would get.

Surely you would go so you could see it all happening with your own eyes. But would you go to Brooks Cullison or Dale Christensen? See the full list at http://2016.republican-candidates.org/


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RE: Surely you would go

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Not likely...and my figures were wrong...not 5,000 but 20,000 "free tickets"

Trump said those who made it into his rally at a 1,400-seat auditorium were "very lucky" after his campaign distributed 20,000 free tickets. Supporters waited in line for hours hoping to get in.

Thanks a lot, sucker? Stand in line so I can take pics and use it for "publicity/election propaganda"?

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