BlutoSays wrote:"The more he tries to mock Biden, the more they will suffer when the Democrats find it necessary to go after every single Republican / Trump supporter."
You mean democrats and the media (but I repeat myself) didn't do that for the entirety of the Trump campaign and presidency? You think democrats need a reason to do what they do naturally (attack for power)?
That attack won't work if Trump does not have flaws that make people blame him for the perils they face.
Just like how China's attack on the "conspiracies" of United States doesn't work because China does
worse than the West in terms of political reliability, freedom, etc.
Conversely, do you genuinely think the Republicans don't attack for power?
If you only judge the two parties along that dimension, then I'd say no one is better than the other.
I merely think certain (progressive) ideology from the Democrats enabled Russian and / or Chinese hegemony.
BlutoSays wrote:Get real, bud. Remember, Trump was WILDLY popular running up to his announcement to run for president. You don't go several years on The Apprentice without being well liked. Network ratings are linked to how well personalities are liked.
I think you have forgotten a lot of what went on in the past. Time to look back at reality.
Trump, of course, knew what's happening and deserved his rise.
But after all he just represents a force, just like what Biden is now.
Many people here believe "leadership" is an all-encompassing power, which is why both groups of you debate on Trump or Biden so fiercely up to this day.
Conversely, I only see it as powerful as it could be. And in today's United States, that power is not as much as both groups of you believe.
Neither Trump nor Biden can do everything they think important. That's