Reply… Trump won where Obama extermination of Whites and Native Americans

Liberals have been stupid as long as I can remember.
They need to pay high tuition to go to classes and learn what some might know by common sense.
She is teaching in some inflated pricy eastern college, and needs to communicate some common sense into the population around there. I would love to be there to help her.
I know the culture.
(But never heard a single word about drugs my decade there).

Let liberals pay to learn that people don’t want to be exterminated. The majority finally woke up and voted against the system
Can’t fool them all the time.
Trump will get kicked out if he cant build the wall, stop the flow of drugs, guns, illegals, electronics, junk food killing people. And end forced pricey insurance Obamacare.
And bring some jobs back to where they are needed, etc.

Blacks still voting against their own self-interest (Voted for Clinton and Nafta that deliberately targeted blacks for example destroy Detroit Black jobs).
Jews and Gays and Bankers voted against Trump who is pro-Jew and pro-Gay and pro-Banker being from New York City. Figure that one out.
Who is smart?
Liberals need education and let pay for it themselves be saddled with college debt for decades.

周凯利

> On Dec 17, 2016, at 1:58 PM, Ron wrote:
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> “Professor discovers those being exterminated will vote against the powers that be.” Wow. That is profound. Jews would have voted against Nazis if given the chance. Taxpayers are also paying for this professor to sit in her office and pontificate on issues already settled by commonsense. After having been educated and worked a couple of decades in the social sciences I have watched this nonsense continue unchanged. No doubt the professor will acquire tenure if she isn’t already assuming of course she maintains the accepted positions of the “powers that be.” >
> Standing guard,
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> Ron
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> From: “J. C. JOHN
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> Most of those drugs are prescribed drugs. Paid for by Medicaid and ObamyKare. Many of the users are transported to the doctors, the bills are paid by your tax monies, including the transportation at $1.00 per mile or more. Many on the drugies, users, (patients) FAKE the pain symptoms to get the drugs they sometimes sell at street prices, up to $6.00 each. Typical government programs. I know, I am paid by your tax money. They talk. >
> John
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> On December 17, 2016, at 7:53 AM, joe wrote:
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> This Pennsylvania State professor discovers that those being exterminated will vote against the powers that be. >
> I saw two 200 pound girls from poor rural areas share drugs before my very difficult math class. >
> Cart the drugs around in large pill boxes look like plastic ice cube trays to separate drug types . >
> Junk food sugar the starter drug.
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> http://aese.psu.edu/directory/smm67
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> Shannon M. Monnat, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Rural Sociology, Demography, and Sociology >
> Demographic and Spatial Variation in Opiate Misuse and other Diseases and Deaths of Despair >
> Addiction and overdoses from opiates (prescription opioids and heroin) have increased dramatically over the past two decades to become a national epidemic and major US public health and policy issue. Mortality rates from other drugs, alcohol and suicide have also increased and vary dramatically across the U.S. to affect certain types of people and places more than others. My research in this area focuses on spatial differences in and demographic, economic, and social correlates of adult and adolescent opiate abuse, overdose mortality, and other “diseases and deaths of despair”. >
> Social and Spatial Disparities in Health Care Access, Use, and Outcomes >
> This line of research examines racial/ethnic differences in health care access and utilization; differences in health care access and utilization among Hispanics in new vs. established destinations along the rural-urban continuum; rural/urban differences in adolescent HPV vaccination; and associations between adverse childhood experiences and adult health. >
> Policy and Program Participation Impacts on Health
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> I am interested in associations between various social and public health policies, social safety net program participation, and child and family well-being. Specific projects include analyses of racial/ethnic differences in transitions off TANF; the spatially heterogeneous effects of SNAP participation on food insecurity and children’s health outcomes; associations between state policies on immigrant eligibility for health and social services and Hispanic health care access and utilization; and predictors of school physical education policies/practices and associations between those policies/practices and children’s physical activity outcomes. >
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> Public Research Briefs
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> Deaths of Despair and Support for Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election >
> Drugs, Death and Despair in New England
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> Rural Adolescents are More Likely than their Urban Peers to Abuse Prescription Painkillers >
> Hispanic Health Insurance Rates Differ between Established and New Hispanic Destinations >
> Public Presentations
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> Faces of Addiction: From Prescription Painkillers to Heroin (Presentation about prescription painkiller and heroin abuse at Schlow Public Library) >
> Handout: State Ag and Rural Leaders 2016 Legislative Ag Chairs Summit >
> Recent Media and News
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> Opioid Epidemic is an Immediate Test for Donald Trump’s Administration >
> Trump Over Performed the Most in Counties with the Highest Drug, Alcohol and Suicide Mortality Rates >
> Did the Opioid Epidemic Help Donald Trump Win?
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> Trump Succeeded in Regions Hit Hardest by the Drug Epidemic >
> Dr. Monnat Presents Research at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime >
> A Demographer’s View of the Opioid Crisis
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> What is Behind America’s Heroin Epidemic?
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> Adolescent Painkiller Abuse a Big Problems for Small Towns, Rural Areas >
> Study Links ER with Rural Adolescent Painkiller Misuse
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> Rural Teens More Likely to Abuse Prescription Opioids
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> Opiate Addiction Spreading, Becoming More Complex
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> Opioids and Heroin: A Deadly Combination on the Rise
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> 周凯利
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