Libertarian353 wrote:You then made decide accuse the man of drug possession and the intruder a minority.
I didn't accuse the shooter. The police did and suggested he may have problems with Federal prosecutors. You are the one who cited the story, because you seem to think this is unfair. However, he was not accused of murdering a burglar. So your claim was misleading. I said I thought the burglar was also likely black, because details about him were omitted. That is typical practice in the media these days. I did not intend it as a slight against the burglar, but as notice to the media that we understand their games.
Libertarian353 wrote:Also, you always mention Blacks in demeaning tone that somehow always involve racist dogwhistles.
I've said in all sincerity that I think the best justice on the Supreme Court is Clarence Thomas. I said that when Scalia was still alive.
Libertarian353 wrote:And it still doesn't change the fact you're anti-minority and women.
I'm not "anti," I just don't believe in absolute equality. Equality before the law, uniform application of the law, etc. is a separate question for me. I simply do not entertain the American mass media propagandized Jeffersonian delusion that we are all "created equal." The progressives want an end to Americanism. My attitude is post-American. Be careful what you ask for.
Prosthetic Conscience wrote:Trump knows what "acting presidential" is actually like, but he also knows he can't. He just hasn't put in the work to being informed enough, and having the judgement about people and situations, to do his job.
He's done an excellent, but slow job of smoking out the deep state.
Prosthetic Conscience wrote:Occasionally, they realise people are laughing at them, so he has to do something to cheer them up and make them think they aren't gullible dolts.
They aren't laughing. They were laughing until early November 2016.
jimjam wrote:Drlee was correct. You are a master of false equivalencies. The political pee pee shit you list has nothing whatever to do with Donald's facilitating a massive transfer of wealth from the middle and lower classes to his plutocratic buddies in the top 1%.
Oh, you didn't like us following THAT money... Donald Trump is not my hero. That's what the anti-Trump people can't figure out. I like Trump BECAUSE he bashes the establishment. If the Democrats want to beat him, they have to offer to restore some of the SALT deductions the Republicans took away from the upper middle and upper classes. That screws their image up hugely. Trump has already won the blue dogs over because of the left's identity politics and race baiting. Yet, Trump is gaining popularity with blacks and Hispanics too.
jimjam wrote:the tax reform hasn’t yet resulted in appreciably higher wages for American workers. Real average hourly compensation actually fell in the first quarter after the tax reform was passed.
The intent of the bill is to lower unemployment and corporate taxes. He succeeded at both. He's doing it to a significant extent on the backs of the upper middle and upper classes, particularly in blue states--the people who always say the "rich" should pay more in taxes as long as it isn't them. Trump has got them in a finger trap: the harder they try to pull, the tighter the trap gets. It's brilliant.
jimjam wrote:The federal deficit rose 20 percent in the first 10 months of the 2018 fiscal year as a result of President Trump’s and GOP lawmakers’ tax cuts and spending plans, the Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday.
Does this surprise you? The Republicans controlled the legislature for six of Obama's eight years. They rubber stamped Obama's spending. You cite the Ohio election as something that should scare Republicans. It should. Why? They failed to repeal ObamaCare as promised. It's many of those people who are retiring.
jimjam wrote:In 2018, the 670,000 households earning more than $1 million a year will collectively benefit more from this bill than the 113 million families earning less than $75,000.
Except for those entering the workforce for the first time in a long time.
jimjam wrote:Global warming denial is another gift from Donald to the big money boys
It's yet another establishment scam. Yes, I have a 30 panel system on my roof. Do I believe in anthropogenic global warming theories? Nope. I do believe in cap-and-trade in California and Federal and State tax credits. Those are real.
Beren wrote:President Trump participates in a prison reform roundtable
He'll probably win over blacks and potheads next.
Trump mocking the establishment really does seem to piss you guys off though. Is it Trump's mocking, or is it the audience laughing with him at the establishment that gets you guys so riled up?
-- Hillary Clinton