According to Webster: “shoe·string,” (in context) A small amount; barely adequate.
Question: What is an idealist?
According to Webster: “i·de·al·ist,” (in context) One who is unrealistic and impractical.
According to Webster: “im·prac·ti·cal,” Unwise to implement or maintain in practice.
Question: What is a realist?
According to Webster: “re·al·ist,” One who is inclined to literal truth and pragmatism.
Question: What is a pragmatist?
According to Webster: “prag·ma·tism,” A practical, matter-of-fact way of approaching or assessing a situation and solving problems.
Question: Who, and/or, whom in America, “past or present” might be alluded to as a pragmatist?
George Washington was a pragmatist.
James Madison was a pragmatist.
Benjamin Franklin was a pragmatist.
Andrew Jackson was a pragmatist.
Abraham Lincoln was a pragmatist.
Judge Jeanine Pirro ( is ) a pragmatist.
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