DOne. NG. EZPZ. The only difficult part was determining if Tuco actually believes the idiocy he/she types or if he/she is just trolling. Eith way, as I stated previously, this is a simple game and no one with any intelligence or strongly held beliefs is going to change those beliefs because of a few messages here.
What a sweet guy.
I believe my idiocy. I am a male. Don't change your beliefs. But don't believe in alternative facts.
one last thing and I promise not to post again until the next debt ceiling vote. If you are now disgusted by the behavior of the marchers from last weekend, and you call people who oppose this president whiners, losers, etc... I hope you were as disdainful and demeaning to the crowd who burned the last president in effigy, carried signs with his image and bones through his nose, etc.. Because if you did not then you are a hypocrite and anything you say or believe in is suspect.
What a sweeter guy
Kaosangel; while you may find this to be a "simple" game, I do not find it EZPZ to understand your intolerance and disrespect for the views of others.
kaosangel - please no triggering. Just accept the fact that jeannana and tuco are correct. And don't forget to drink your daily ration of koolaid.
Kaosangel-I'm with you in supporting our president. I choose to not argue with people who have a different view because I feel it is a waste of time in so many instances. Just wanted you to know there are many of us out there.
I find it interesting that one side is arguing facts and reports and the other is just denigrating that side without offering anything substantive to counter. It is easy to insult the opposition but that doesn't serve anybody. If we cannot debate the actual issues, nothing will ever get done.
"...the other is just denigrating...without offering anything substantive to counter" Yes. It's a fact that ignorance and stupidity are incurable. And mostly these are a result of choice. And it's particularly visible with regard to politics and the nature of the business of government. It wont change in our life time...
What I find sad is the fact that a US President has polarised so many in his own country. Its also sad that so many are unable to accept a democratic vote. By all means protest but do it peacefully or you will end up marginalising your views and losing legitimacy.
He has to be given the opportunity to govern. He won the election. He is also probably the only opportunity to change the system of government. That would be a great legacy to leave. As usual Obama was dignified and will I'm sure be looked at in history as a great person who was frustrated by a flawed self serving, political system. He won respect from the world, strangely less so from his own people who seemed to blame him not the system. Fix the system would be my suggestion.
Phil, the American system isn't broken, neither is it perfect, it is the aggregate of about 220 years of politics, constitutional changes, and supreme and federal court rulings. Trump wasn't given the opportunity to govern, he won it per the rules presently in place. Whether the rules are fair or unfair is debatable. Whether or not he is effective will take history to determine.