Obama Good, Orange Man Bad

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cassa333 | 11:28 Sat 06th Jun 2020 | News
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Or is it the other way round.

Perhaps the bias manipulation of news is why some people are anti Trump.

Worth listening to.


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Say what you mean, gness, because your post doesn't say or mean anything to me.

What I mean is that Cassa has put up a video for discussion, yet it appears not many are interested in the content of the video and can only start banging on about Trump.

So my post stands...yours...?????

Everyone should watch Cassa's video.
i never understood why trump ended what obama tried to do with healthcare..why millions need health care..kind of sad, but i do not understand the big picture in the states.
// Perhaps the bias manipulation of news is why some people are anti Trump. //

..or he could just be as bad as he actually looks - when not interpreted through the media, but on his own Twitter feed, and as demonstrated in his own words at his own press conferences.
And you do what for a living, tomus?
I see cassa hasn’t contributed further to her own thread. Draw what conclusions you will.
// And you do what for a living, tomus? //

I'm retired, but I'm not sure how that is relevant to either the question, or the answer I gave.
He's been more successful in his life than you, Tomus, or any of us. Not so bad.
Being successful and being a total jerk aren't necessarily mutually exclusive, though.
There’s successful and there’s happy. I’m not sure I’d want to be the ‘happy’ that Trump exudes.
//He's been more successful in his life than you, Tomus, or any of us. Not so bad. //

He was born into wealth. He has done remarkably well to become President of the USA, there's no doubt about that - that is a remarkable achievement, but that doesn't make him a good person or a good leader. History is littered with people that have achieved high office that are complete scumbags.
Rest assured, zacs. You're safe.
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Exact word. No editing, no bias, just the words spoken.

Equal justice under the law must mean that every American receives equal treatment in every encounter with law enforcement regardless of race, color, gender, or creed. They have to receive fair treatment from law enforcement. They have to receive it,” Trump said at one point.

“We all saw what happened last week. We can’t let that happen. Hopefully, George is looking down right now and saying this is a great thing happening for our country. This is a great day for him, it’s a great day for everybody. This is a great day for everybody. This is a great, great day,” he added.
I listened to the Mr Cruz video. The political shenanigans by the outgoing Democrats does not surprise me. The blatant hypocrisy of the Democrats doesn’t surprise me.
I am surprised by the venom expression on this a UK site against fellow ABers for holding a different opinion. Shame.
We know what Trump said, cassa, and in what context (I.e. it wasn’t about the financial state of the US / unemployment or anything other than the incident which led to his death / possible murder). What I, and other ABers are gobsmacked about is anyone, let alone a POTUS, using a recently deceased, possibly murdered, US citizen’s memory to make a political point (I.e. that something will be done to stop black people being indiscriminately murdered). It was crass and shameful.
Takes a good deal of courage I suppose to repeat and argument that has already been thoroughly debunked before you even made it.

What about "this day" is so "great"? Please tell me you don't seriously think it was when Trump read a prepared statement from a cue card, in the context of a 40-minute speech about how brilliant the economy had become, and in a speech that finished:

what’s happened to our country, and what you now see that’s been happening, is the greatest thing that can happen for race relations, for the African-American community, for the Asian-Americans, for the Hispanic American community, for women, for everything.
Because our country is so strong, and that’s what my plan is. We’re going to have the strongest economy in the world."

So, no. You've taken his words out of context by forgetting to listen to the whole speech and not just the snippet you want. Ironic, really.
Courage isn't the first word that springs to mind for me, jim.
I think that was implied by how I said it :P

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