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  • Lon
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    Originally posted by User Name View Post

    Di Martino is from Venezuela. I seriously doubt that Millennials/Gen Z admire the socialism of Maduro all that much. If they do, they are woefully uninformed. I suspect that it is more the democratic socialism of Nordic countries that they support.
    You are correct, they are misinformed. On the latter, they are supporting not 'Democratic socialism' but socialism, even liking Marx and Lenin as historical figures. We need to be vigilant in current events. Our children don't know the truth of those unlearned of the past, doomed to repeating it. They are not just uninformed, they are misinformed by agenda and bias.

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  • The Barbarian
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    Capitalism has been very popular in the United States for a simple reason; it was profitable. Not just to businessmen, but to everyone. So long as it kept reducing income disparities, and making each generation better off than the last, it enjoyed great support. Now, for whatever reasons, it's failing to do that. And public support is falling as a result.

    Go figure. The answer isn't a clever ad campaign to make us like that failure. The answer is to do whatever it takes to return American capitalism to the way it was a couple of generations ago. Or eventually, people will get fed up and abandon it.

    Short of military coup by the few who are doing better than almost everyone else, those are the choices.


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  • ok doser
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    Originally posted by Wick Stick View Post
    By colloquial, do you mean that he often makes things up or mis-remembers them and presents them as fact? I don't mind a plain manner of speaking. But I have concerns when it comes with factual inaccuracies.
    typical of new yorkers (new york city)

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  • Wick Stick
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    Originally posted by Idolater View Post
    He is extremely colloquial. Educated leftists do not understand that.
    By colloquial, do you mean that he often makes things up or mis-remembers them and presents them as fact? I don't mind a plain manner of speaking. But I have concerns when it comes with factual inaccuracies.

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  • ok doser
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    Originally posted by The Barbarian View Post

    I don't think ...
    admitting you have a problem is the first step towards addressing it

    good for you : thumb:
    Last edited by ok doser; November 20th, 2019, 01:38 PM.

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  • The Barbarian
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    Originally posted by Idolater View Post
    I also don't mind a president who is careful to pressure a new head of state, of a known politically corrupt state, who ran a campaign to begin cleaning up the political corruption in his state, to follow through on the promises that he made in his campaign, before handing over United States taxpayer money to this same state.
    I don't think that Zelensky promised to work for the Trump campaign, and I'm sure he was puzzled when Trump wanted him to help out with the effort to get dirt on Biden.

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  • ok doser
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    Originally posted by Idolater View Post
    I also don't mind a president who is careful to pressure a new head of state, of a known politically corrupt state, who ran a campaign to begin cleaning up the political corruption in his state, to follow through on the promises that he made in his campaign, before handing over United States taxpayer money to this same state.
    that's the story that needs to be publicized more, that the MSM will refuse to tell

    it's part of the bigger story of corruption in the Obama white house, with a whole chapter titled "VPOTUS Joe Biden accepted a three million dollar bribe from Ukraine and laundered it through his crackhead son"

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  • ok doser
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    Originally posted by User Name View Post

    Why do you care, Canadian?
    : noid:

    i'm not a canadian

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  • Idolater
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    Originally posted by ok doser View Post

    I suppose it depends on what you want a president to do.

    I want a president who is interested in letting America be great again, who removes the barriers to that greatness, who puts the business of America first
    I also don't mind a president who is careful to pressure a new head of state, of a known politically corrupt state, who ran a campaign to begin cleaning up the political corruption in his state, to follow through on the promises that he made in his campaign, before handing over United States taxpayer money to this same state.

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  • User Name
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    Originally posted by ok doser View Post
    I want a president who is interested in letting America be great again, who removes the barriers to that greatness, who puts the business of America first
    Why do you care, Canadian?

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  • ok doser
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    Originally posted by User Name View Post

    Man, you are really drowning in Trump's cool aid! I didn't realize there was anyone out there who was deluded enough to actually believe it!
    I suppose it depends on what you want a president to do.

    I want a president who is interested in letting America be great again, who removes the barriers to that greatness, who puts the business of America first

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  • The Barbarian
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    Originally posted by Idolater View Post
    Youngsters do not understand imo liberalism, and think that liberal means left /Neomarxist. Liberal means that pre-political, basic, fundamental human rights are the highest values, and that all laws should be made that acknowledge, recognize, and protect these rights, and that infringing, abridging, and disregarding them is morally wrong.
    That's the classic liberalism. LIberals have become increasingly like conservatives, in their inclination to use government, last few decades. You're right, but hardly anyone thinks like that, anymore.

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  • User Name
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    Originally posted by Idolater View Post
    I have never felt more certain that he is the greatest president we've had since Kennedy anyway, and maybe going all the way back to Lincoln.
    He is extremely colloquial.
    Man, you are really drowning in Trump's cool aid! I didn't realize there was anyone out there who was deluded enough to actually believe it!

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  • Idolater
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    Originally posted by jgarden View Post
    The 1% which controls the levers of power in America want a "government" that's big enough to protect their privileged position, but not big enough to protect the average American from their predatory practices!
    A textbook leftist /Neomarxist distraction. What matters is human rights, not class warfare and demonizing the rich. When we fight to defend inalienable, sacred, and inviolable human rights above all else, is when humankind does best.

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  • Idolater
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    Originally posted by Wick Stick View Post
    ...I presently have no issues with the nationalist stance taken by Mr. Trump...
    I have never felt more certain that he is the greatest president we've had since Kennedy anyway, and maybe going all the way back to Lincoln.
    Originally posted by Wick Stick View Post
    ...every time he opens his mouth....
    He is extremely colloquial. Educated leftists do not understand that.

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