anonymous
  • anonymous
When Carter ran for reelection, he won. A. True B. False
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schrodinger
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Surana
  • Surana
Ronald Mcdonald *cough* Reagan came along.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Carter was about as worthless as Lincoln. Thank god he wasn't re elected. OOPS Did I say that?
anonymous
  • anonymous
so false? XD

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Lincoln was a good president!
Surana
  • Surana
And then it's false.
Surana
  • Surana
LINCOLN WAS AWESOME!
Surana
  • Surana
Best president of the US, hands down.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yankee is a bad person #InstaBanPlease
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
I beg very much to differ. He violated Dixie's constitutional rights!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
So what!? he ended SLAVERY!
Surana
  • Surana
He also put the US back together when it broke.
anonymous
  • anonymous
^^
Surana
  • Surana
And he was a reasonable, fair president.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Reagan takes the name of best president. Wait a minute. I need to get you a quote. Just a second.
Surana
  • Surana
Now, his successor is as worthless as Carter. That guy undid everything he did.
Surana
  • Surana
Reagan is definitely up there for best president's of the US.
anonymous
  • anonymous
OMG A QUOTE? Do you guys think JFK was a good president?
Surana
  • Surana
Barring saving us from the flying nukes o doom, no.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
In a letter to Horace Greeley he said "If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone I would also do that." Meaning, his whole anti-slavery thing was for popularity. He was a tyrant!
anonymous
  • anonymous
...
Surana
  • Surana
He got results. It worked.
Surana
  • Surana
He freed the slaves. He came through with his word.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Lincoln was not really a tyrant.
anonymous
  • anonymous
When Carter ran for reelection, he won. A. True B. False
anonymous
  • anonymous
You mind answering that while we're on the topic? XD
Surana
  • Surana
No, he did not win. Because Ronald McDonald *cough* Reagan came along.
anonymous
  • anonymous
OH FAIL
anonymous
  • anonymous
I se eu did
anonymous
  • anonymous
I got caught up in this lincoln mess xd
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just like FDR had the New Deal, what was Reagan’s plan called? A. Great Society B. Reagan Revolution C. The Great Frontier D. Reagan's Way
Surana
  • Surana
The Reagan Revolution.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Anyway. Yankee. Even if you meant that, he got results. Fixed up the country and was a great president!
anonymous
  • anonymous
What was “trickle- down” economics? A. Economics based on the idea that economic freedom helps create wealth that then goes down to all levels of society. B. Economics based on the idea that the federal government need to give poor people welfare, public housing, free food. C. Economics based on the idea that all property and income should be publically owned with everyone getting an equal share.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just to ask. What did Reagan do for the country ?
Surana
  • Surana
What didn't he do?
Surana
  • Surana
Took every single bad thing and corrected it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
XD
Surana
  • Surana
Or at least did better than most.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think the answer would be A or C
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
He had the Russians cowering in fear! And he kept Jelly beans on his desk!!!!!! Lincoln violated the constitutional rights of the South when he ATTACKED them for succeeding. Quote from a confederate address "All we demand of other peoples is, to be let alone, to work out our own high destinies" Besides, most confederates didn't even own slaves. And union folks owned just as many!
Surana
  • Surana
Actually, the South shot first. Lincoln said that he wanted to maintain a Union outpost, then the South just attacked it.
Surana
  • Surana
Also, the South could not actually leave the US because they didn't do it formally. So technically, he was within his rights. And the Confederates did own slaves. It's how they got by on their plantations.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yankee got rekt by Surana. GG
Surana
  • Surana
Red Team is Victorious! SUCK IT BLUES!
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
That outpost, For Sumter, was South of the dixon line, meaning it was in confederate territory. How would any other country react if we just said 'We're making a fort here, or occupying against your will. Get over it." Try that in Russia and see who fires.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Blue team fires back with a threat of "You ain't going no where!"
Surana
  • Surana
You do realize that Fort Sumter was in Union territory. Muchinso we have embassies, Sumter was still Union territory. So it was an attack on Union territory, Lincoln responded as such.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Of course the plantation owners had slaves. But your average, everyday man didn't. Once again, the poor and middle class are being summed up by a few crooked rich plantation owners.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh snap it's history throw down!
Surana
  • Surana
There were a lot of plantation owners in the south.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm sorry. If The unions kept buying and using all the slaves. Why did they VOTE to END SLAVERY? Tell me that.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Like really. You make the unions seem bad.
Surana
  • Surana
Yeah, because voting to end slavery is such an evil.
Surana
  • Surana
It's like not wanting to kill the terrorist because he's got feelings.
Surana
  • Surana
And he makes good cookies.
Surana
  • Surana
And watches Modern Family in his spare time.
Surana
  • Surana
Even though he's got a gun pointed at your best friend in the whole wide world.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Lincoln made it VERY CLEAR that he had NO intention of letting us succeed! What would you do? They were being forced to stay with something they didn't agree with! The Union was crooked. They took the South's tax money and left them in the dust. They used the money the Southerners were making to make their own cities more advanced. I'm not a racist. But here's the thing; The war was NOT about slavery. It was about state's rights! Slavery was part of it, yes, but it was mostly about the unfair taxes and the fact that the south had no say-so!
Surana
  • Surana
And the Union won. Says a lot for the south.
anonymous
  • anonymous
OH SNAP! Surana with the come back! Yankee come on!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Also could you answer this @Surana What was “trickle- down” economics? A. Economics based on the idea that economic freedom helps create wealth that then goes down to all levels of society. B. Economics based on the idea that the federal government need to give poor people welfare, public housing, free food. C. Economics based on the idea that all property and income should be publically owned with everyone getting an equal share.
Surana
  • Surana
T-D-E was basically the first one.
Surana
  • Surana
Didn't feel like writing it out.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Huh?
Surana
  • Surana
Trickle-Down-Economics = First answer.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ty
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
(No, I don't agree with slavery, btw.) Of course! They were FARMERS trying to lead their own life. The Union had money and thousands of extra men! Sure, things were tight, but seriously? And established army against a few men just trying to protect their heritage? Of course it's a good chance they'll lose! A miracle like the revolutionary war can't happen everytime. Also, the Union came through and burned the cotton fields and resources so that the south would STARVE. That's fair warfare, huh?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Reagan’s deficits totaled more than the deficits of all the presidents before him combined. A. True B. False
Surana
  • Surana
@AnimeWover Definitely true.
anonymous
  • anonymous
IF THEY WERE AT WAR OF COURSE THEY WOULD WANT THEM TO STARVE.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Bill Clinton was found guilty of committing “high crimes and misdemeanors”. A. True B. False
anonymous
  • anonymous
^^Most likely false...
anonymous
  • anonymous
anyway I won't pitch in. I am the announcer!
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
(Lol....heated politics and openstudy questions simultaneously. This is amusing XD) I'm just saying....how can you expect an already poor people to pull through if the Union's taking cheap shots like that? They burned fields and homes. They robbed FAMILIES. They were no better than the British. The South wanted nothing more than to be left alone.
Surana
  • Surana
Yankee, putting rules on warfare is like trying to stop the sun from rising. It's not going to work. In conflict, anything goes. The concept of total war, which was used by the North, meant that EVERYTHING not wearing Union Colors died, period. War is not about armies gallantly charging each other, where everything is decided simply and with honor. Every soul who has fought in conflict knows this. War is at heart, a terrible thing, messy, ethically wrong and horrific. There are no rules in anarchy.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
I would help with the questions, too, but I don't know so much of modern stuffs.
Surana
  • Surana
Yeah, it's false Anime.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well. The south wanted slavery. Could you blame the union for wanting them GONE? Of course they would ROB THEM IN WAR. What part don't you understand? Being left alone, also meant slavery. it's really a shame
anonymous
  • anonymous
w did the Cold War between the US and U.S.S.R. end? A. Communism failed the U.S.S.R. collapsed. B. The U.S. bombed the Soviet Union into collapse. C. Kruschev surrendered to the United States.
Surana
  • Surana
Because communism collapsed. Thanks to Reagan.
anonymous
  • anonymous
XD
anonymous
  • anonymous
We had a huge deficit during Clinton’s presidency. A. True B. False
Surana
  • Surana
I think? Let's go with true.
anonymous
  • anonymous
And don't pull that "No money" Bull on me. There were rich people down south with slaves.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The United States is attractive to immigrants from all over the world. A. True B. False
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
I understand that there are no rules when it is soldier on soldier. But the families had no say! The children and wives...You think they could decide when women couldn't even vote? Besides; if the USA is suddenly the slave-savers of the world, why aren't they going after all the other countries in the world who own slaves? Also, Black men in the union army were paid HALF the wage of a white soldier and weren't allowed to fight side by side with them; they had to have their own units. Whereas in the Confederacy they were paid in FULL and treated like human beings. Plus, they were guaranteed freedom after a certain period of service. Which one sounds more racist to you? (By the way, the Union had slaves, too.) (That's true about the immigrants, btw)
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Yes. There were some rich folk. But most of them were poor farmers. Yes, there were plantation owners. No, they didn't make up the majority of the populous. So there were a few (several, actually) screwed up businessmen in the South; that doesn't mean every southerner was a racist swine.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well OBVIOUSLY BLACKS HAD NO RIGHTS BACK THEN! And why would they want to invade all over the world? USA didn't want ANY PART of the eastern countries. Not unless it's REALLY NEEDED. We didn't wanna seem like a tyrant. More of an Ally. If you don't understand that...
anonymous
  • anonymous
IT'S OBVIOUS THE FAMILIES ARE IN DANGER. They were not going to have a say. In war there is no emotion. Just WAR AND BLOOD
Surana
  • Surana
Other countries can fight back. A lot more than the South could.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Exactly
Surana
  • Surana
Telling what was formerly home territory to do is one thing, telling Russia what to do is another thing entirely.
anonymous
  • anonymous
We are not going to invade countries that can fight back. HARD. Especially if we had a fight in our OWN COUNTRY. It's Logic. Fix out peace. NEVER make enemies.
anonymous
  • anonymous
But we already have Arabic and terrorists kill our countries. Why would we want to invade them to make it worse? THINK PLEASE (Not racist against arabics, but most of them are terroists)
anonymous
  • anonymous
killing* country*
Surana
  • Surana
Of course the families had no say, but they were part of the total war concept. It meant that family or no, they were still enemies, and thus they were attacked. Nullifying the population does wonders for suppressing rebellion. After all, there is no rebellion if there is no one to rebel.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Many of the folks in the confederacy held no hatred toward blacks (although you did have your few.) The South gave its best. The were outnumbered, outmanned, outsupplied, but never out fought. The confederates were courageous and fought for their state's rights. (Some did it for slavery, but not most. But people focus on the bad ones.) That's all you can ask from a man is to give it his best. Whether they won or not, they did their best. And for being such weaklings, they fought hard for almost fives years and took 67,000 men with them and mortally wounded 43,000
Surana
  • Surana
And then they lost. Shows where all their courage and whatnot got them.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Sometimes, it's not about who wins so much as it is about having the honour to say 'I stood up for myself.' I'd rather die fighting for what I believe in than live being oppressed by some damned union. Just my opinion, though. This is obviously going nowhere.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What caused the Gulf War? A. Saddam Hussein took over Kuwait. B. The US sent soldiers to Somalia. C. Cuba bombed the United States
Surana
  • Surana
Let's not forget the south had none of the heavy machinery and industry that the North had. Realistically, they could win had the war been done in the first two years. But after that, in a case of drawing it out, they were going to lose. Anything they wrecked, the North could just replace. And the "pro-freedom for everyone" rallying cry the North used was a lot better than the "pro-slavery" idea the South gave off to the world at large. Perspective or no, to everyone else in the world the South came across as being pro-slavery while the North came across as being anti-slavery. That right there is what made the world favor the North.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
(I hope you won't hate me after this LOL)
Surana
  • Surana
Definitely the first.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ty
Surana
  • Surana
It's nothing personal Yankosto.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Match the President with his description. Matching Questions Matching Answers Jimmy Carter A. He negotiated the Salt II Arms Limitation Treaty and the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty as well as serving as Governor before being elected President. Ronald Reagan B. He granted a full pardon to the President before him for all his wrong doings. George H.W. Bush C. He built a 40-nation coalition under the United Nations to force Iraq to withdraw after it invaded Kuwait. Gerald Ford D. He negotiated a treaty with the Soviet Union banning intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) and easing tensions between the two countries. William "Bill" Clinton E. He worked to bring about a peace agreement between the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).
Surana
  • Surana
So I'm not going to hate you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Matching Questions Matching Answers Jimmy Carter A. He negotiated the Salt II Arms Limitation Treaty and the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty as well as serving as Governor before being elected President. Ronald Reagan B. He granted a full pardon to the President before him for all his wrong doings. George H.W. Bush C. He built a 40-nation coalition under the United Nations to force Iraq to withdraw after it invaded Kuwait. Gerald Ford D. He negotiated a treaty with the Soviet Union banning intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) and easing tensions between the two countries. William "Bill" Clinton E. He worked to bring about a peace agreement between the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
(Good XD) England didn't favour the North, did they?
Surana
  • Surana
Winners write the history books.
Surana
  • Surana
England favored the North.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you match the presidents up for me?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Means presidents on one end and the other on another XD
Surana
  • Surana
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ty
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait I don't see it
Surana
  • Surana
See what?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you put the letters next to the answers? (sorry)
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
And what does it matter what the world thinks? In the end, doesn't it matter what the truth was? It may have appeared like the south stood for only slavery, but it wasn't true; so why did the worlds perspective matter? The fact of the matter is, the CSA was so much more than just a few folks who wanted slavery. It was rights, it was liberty, it was the freedom to live how we saw fit. The South wanted to avoid what has happened today; an all-controlling government, slavery or not. And yes, you're correct. The winners write the books in biased ways that brain wash future generations; only a few of us get to have minds of our own. (And actually, Britain favoured the south. http://www.historytoday.com/tim-stanley/american-civil-war-north-south-divide)
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Sums up my thoughts perfectly "The war is, further, not for any principle, does not touch the question of slavery and in fact turns on Northern lust for sovereignty.’ That view was shared by Charles wingspanens, who wrote: ‘The Northern onslaught upon slavery is no more than a piece of specious humbug disguised to conceal its desire for economic control of the United States."
Surana
  • Surana
"Ah yes, All Controlling Government, the concept the government controls everything that happens in it's borders, we have dismissed that claim".
Surana
  • Surana
Because if that was true, we probably wouldn't be having this conversation because the government would be controlling it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ACTUALLY! We won't know the truth unless we were there. You never know if someone puts their own opinions in something etc
anonymous
  • anonymous
More then likely in the books it's not all facts.
Surana
  • Surana
Neither side was completely correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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TheYankee
  • TheYankee
The government monitors phones and emails; they monitor everything you do. Look up the partiot act. And yes; the books and historical documentation may not be true, or may have been tampered with. But if that was so, neither of our stances are valid because they are both based on shaky ground.
Surana
  • Surana
I did that one already.
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are letters next to the answers.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
I can agree with that, Surana. The South was NOT right about everything. Both sides were wrong in some aspects.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Matching Questions Matching Answers Jimmy Carter A. He negotiated the Salt II Arms Limitation Treaty and the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty as well as serving as Governor before being elected President. Ronald Reagan B. He granted a full pardon to the President before him for all his wrong doings. George H.W. Bush C. He built a 40-nation coalition under the United Nations to force Iraq to withdraw after it invaded Kuwait. Gerald Ford D. He negotiated a treaty with the Soviet Union banning intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) and easing tensions between the two countries. William "Bill" Clinton E. He worked to bring about a peace agreement between the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
And both were right in some.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A B C D E are the answers letters.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You could put the presidents next to them the letters XD
Surana
  • Surana
I can do that.
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Honestly, though. I'm gettin' tired, ya'll. I got a long trip coming up tomorrow and have to go pretty soon. Good talk, though!
anonymous
  • anonymous
ty surana
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
(It's late where I hang my hat lol)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Remember. The letters label the answers. And the letters next to the president means well I think you know...sorry xd
anonymous
  • anonymous
cya
Surana
  • Surana
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Surana
  • Surana
Alright. I take it you're going Yanks?
TheYankee
  • TheYankee
Mm-hm.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Surana. Can you help me with some earth science?
Surana
  • Surana
Very well. Goodnight, Basalit-An.
Surana
  • Surana
Sure.
anonymous
  • anonymous
:D ty
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which scientific theory explains that the universe originated from a small, densely packed space? A. Continental Drift Theory B. Theory of Universe Expansion C. The Big Bang Theory D. Doppler's Theory of Space
anonymous
  • anonymous
Should we move to a different topic?
Surana
  • Surana
The Big Bang theory.
Surana
  • Surana
Probably. This was a long debate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
XD
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
Surana
  • Surana
Let's never do this again. Ever.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Good job!

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