annatar1914 wrote:@Doug64 , you replied re; China that;
Alright, they are obviously partisan in some respects about him. However;
Were they? I haven't seen such documentation. What I have seen is the same level of poor journalism and partisanship regarding China with the MSM. @Doug64 , you can't not support ''AntiFa'' in the United States, and yet support it in Hong Kong or elsewhere, for example.
Martin Luther King’s followers didn’t show up for their marches armed with clubs and fireworks with which to assault the police, and from the reports I’ve seen neither have the protesters in China. The fact that you would rather equate them with AntiFA rather than MLK pretty much tells me that there isn’t much point in continuing this line of argument.
Wrong, that is simply untrue, post-Saddam occupation propaganda.
No, I watched Saddam’s continual interference with the UN inspections play out in realtime on my TV. He clearly either thought he had something to hide, or wanted us to think so.
Well, I guess I was right about you being a Pro-Confederate. President Trump by the way is not, clearly a Union/Lincoln man, but he needs your votes so...
How does “Any politician that violates the Constitution should be condemned for doing so, whatever the motivation—that includes Lincoln, as well as all the politicians that voted in favor of their states’ secession from the Union.” make me pro-Confederate? Lincoln clearly took actions that violated the Constitution, especially early in the war when he exercised powers reserved to Congress, but that didn’t validate the South’s unconstitutional secession from the Union.