Random American wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 08, 2020 12:58 pm
I like when John Connor
posts about partisanship while he himself is being ultrapartisan.
A partisan hack is what a person is when they never admit their chosen politician is wrong.
I'm not being partisan at all. It's simply a matter of right versus wrong, and I clearly stated that if you offer up an opinion, you better have facts to back it up otherwise it's just "bloviating." Now when I say facts, I mean not your own facts or sources of the press who are in bed with an opposition party or hate the president for every thing he stands for up to and including how it's not fair he got two scoops of ice cream and not everyone else among other nonsensical crap.
Now your post from the Atlantic was nothing but partisan shit baggery all in part due to the upcoming election. That's just the simple fact. Especially how I already stated that Trump has done more for veterans and the military as a whole than any other president before him that I currently know of. Well, at least here in the 21st century and maybe toward the end of the 20th with other presidents. At least for the VA for God sakes. Veterans during the Bush and Obama years died, DIED, while trying to get medical care. Now that's just Fed up in every sense of the word. Trump came in and overhauled all that crap right quick. Now a veteran can use private health care if they so desire thanks to Trump. Is it any wonder why you see masses of people holding signs that read, "Veterans For Trump"? Now that's not saying all of the military or veterans like Trump, not at all. People in the military can be left-wing, independent, etc. But by God I'm sure Trump as of right now has the backing of HUGE
scores of military, law enforcement and public safety.
Now if you wanted to raise a good debate, you'd post at least three to four paragraphs citing your sources as to why Trump should not have denigrated John Mccain's service in the military. For me personally, I thought that was over the top and he should have not said that at all. However, I think, and I'm pretty sure I'm right, is that he only said it because McCain (or as some would say, McStain) turned into a major RINO (Republican In Name Only) toward his departure from this rock and Trump and McCain were butting heads. That's just my theory. Between the now departed McCain and Romney, I think it's a case of jealousy. Jealousy in that neither one of them had what it took to become president themselves.
Now I'm going to go on record right now here in black & white and say that I don't necessarily agree with everything Trump does or says. But I firmly believe we dodged a 60 cal. had Hillary made it in to be Commander-in-Chief with all the pomp and circumstance that goes with it. You may not like that opinion, but it's mine and mine alone so too damn bad. If Hillary won in November of 2015 and me just watching her lay the wreath at Arlington Cemetery every Memorial Day, I'd vomit just by knowing what her leadership was like during the Benghazi consulate attack. And if you need a refresher, just watch the factional movie 13 Hours. Pay very close attention at the end of the movie with that wall full of stars
You wanna talk about partisanship, then look no further than that invented during the Roman empire piece of glass hanging on your bathroom wall you look into to pop a zit. You are in your twenties, correct?
I'll end with this, and I've said it for years and years. The presidency is a damned if you do, damned if you don't job. You will never be able to please everyone. That means Trump isn't a political whore
for you low IQ types. And that goes for you land before time Euro types that believe in the status quo.
I yield back my space time
PS: About that drunk crap. Funny, because Trump has never touched a drop of alcohol, lit a cigarette or done illicit drugs in his entire life that I know of, and I'm pretty damn sure it's true. Unlike some presidents...
At least give the man credit for that. George Walker Bush was a drunk, and William Jefferson Clinton was or still is a coke head. ( "I did not have a sexual affair with that dime bag".)
Waa, waa, waa ♫♪♫♪♫♪.
PPS: Epstein was murdered.
Ah, The Three Amigos. I remember that movie. It stared the ellipsis trying to take down the evil quotes.
BTW, the post title Losers and Suckers sounds like a movie about the stock market.