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  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    As a reply to Bobbler (#6):

    I think we do. Left has very outlets and very cash strapped venues ao we do what we can. For example Thomm does a very good job of it. SO do many others. But our reach is minimal. The mainstream media is fully controlled at the very top by billionairs and does not allow our ideas to get through. Even NPR is no any different. Left has the enthusiasm but the influence and reach is pathetic. And this is not going to change in my life time as even unemployed workers keep voting for Republicans. Had we a Democratic president and control of the two houses, I doubt if the pandemic outcome would have been much different. DNC is simply RNC lite, more heavy than lite.

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    Just to be a sticler:

    "...killed more Americans then "the enemy"..." should be corrected to:

    "...killed more Americans THAN "the enemy"..."

    Then is a word related to sequence in time. It is erroneously and increasingly being used in place where THAN is the right choice. THAN is a word that COMPARES two things. For example a jet plane is faster THAN a car, it would be incorrect to write that a jet plane is faster then a car.

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    So what would've happened if Woodward had actually said something then?
    How would've things been any different today? Another impeachment?
    He certainly wouldn't have been found criminally negligible and removed from office.
    It's seems almost better to point this out now - so close to an election -
    because most Americans have a hard time remembering all of the lawlessness
    each day or week. Probably should've actually waited until October, but, oh well,
    there's always another law to be brazenly broken with the Dems just meekly muttering about it.

  • How big money controls the stories the media tells   1 week 4 days ago

    @#8; I hear ya', and totally agree. But, it's time to acknowledge the DNC doesn't play to win. With few exceptions, they serve the same crowd as COVID-45 (DJT).

    Game, Set, Match!! Sad, but true......

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    People MUST demand his resignation! I want to see EVERYONE who opposses his re-elction to demand for him to resign immediately. Now! I've been calling for it for weeks, but it seems just myself, and someone at MSNBC has done so.

    Failure to do so guarantees the deaths of 200,000-400,000 more Americans who have been Marked For Death from covid19 by the end of December 2020. The sooner he is gone, the more likely many can be saved.

    I want all the members of the Lincoln Project to DEMAND HIS RESIGNATION. And do it before the next hard hitting "dump trump" video. I want all who have access to a microphone to the mass media, or a pen, typewriter, or computer for their editorializing to demand his resignation. All the "never trumpers" - time to stand up and keep demanding his resignation. The time is only now.

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    Right wingers rally around the 9/11 retaliation (which killed about 3000 people). Never forget slogan has taken off like wildfire. Why cannot the left match that enthusiasm with tens of thousands dead under Republican rules (republicans calling the shot and blocking pandemic procedures)? And I mean tens of thousands dead who would still be alive today (extra deaths that could've been prevented while we are waiting for the vaccine).

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    Of course they all knew. I strongly dislike the meme that lays all the blame on Trump, because Republicans enable everything that he does.. therefore the blame For tens of thousands of extra dead for tens of thousands of extra dead, should not evaporate when Trump leaves office.

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    Regarding Pence, this is the man who saw birds lying and took it as a sign from God to run for office. (Funny, I thought only the ancient Romans did that with Zeus.) See https://nevalalee.wordpress.com/2017/12/06/the-two-hawks/

    It's hard to talk logic to somebody whose mind is in outer space.

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    I kept trying to figure out his rationale about not wanting to start a panic. Did he think so little of Americans that there would be mobs running around the streets with torches and axes? (Well he hates America and Americans but I doubt if he had that vision.) Then today I saw the text of his last phone conversation with Woodward in which he kept talking about the Dow doing well and equating that with the economy. Suddenly it made sense. He didn't want the stock market to go down. Traders are often short-term emotionally driven so he figured such an announcement would affect them, which is likely quite true. That was his only audience, no matter how many citizens died.

    Criminal. If he ran around with an ax at least that would have been honest murder.

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    Need to say this... Pence is nothing more than a --ck suking sycophantic dirt box licking brown-nose

    He and his missus have issues with being alive,,, they have serious problems with the power to believe... i.e., don't have any of your own

  • How should America respond when its president commits negligent homicide?   1 week 4 days ago

    Thom

    With respect... outrage will not fix this situation

    We need to start communicating with those who support this wacko

    Their immediate emotional fears are baseless... e.g., a human is no less so because of irrational fear of percieved difference

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    Legend, Re: Caputo, Very, very, interesting! Sadly, not surprising.

  • Let us not forget...   1 week 4 days ago

    @whatabout

    Good on you for broadenig your news input to include Thom Hartmann.

    Regarding the Georgia report about double voting via absentee ballot and in-person voting:

    Everyone, R's & D's, is glad GA spotted this issue. What's inexplicable is why Mr. Trump expressly encourages this type of double-voting.

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    One more thing that drives me crazy is when I hear Trump talking about forest management and clearing out all the old dead leaves and fallen trees. As insane as that is, it doesn’t bother me as much as of those that I hear rightfully criticizing Trump, I've yet to hear anyone of them point out that even if you could actually rake up all the forest floors and clear out all the dead brush, the forests would cease to be. They would likely all die off or cease to florish because the forests rely on all those fallen leaves and trees to decompose into compost and feed the new growth as well as the older trees. Without this process, forests would be gone. It’s not fucking rocket science. No food! No trees!

    God almighty! How stupid are these idiots???

  • How big money controls the stories the media tells   1 week 5 days ago

    Legend, Unaffordable healthcare and ending Social Security are in my #8 rant. Incidentally, I said this before, Whatabout is not a real person but probably computerised thinktank propaganda. You may notice that he never responds to any posts other than Thom's and then only the one time.

  • How big money controls the stories the media tells   1 week 5 days ago

    I’m sure I’ll be ridiculed for saying this but it is time for the Biden campaign to lighten up on the political correctness and “man up” a bit. Forget about the fuckin’ issues for a while. Issues are how you keep the base. Biden has the base, now its time to get the the votes of those outside the base that are needed to win the election. Victory in a presidential election is not just about the base. It’s about Perception! Perception! Perception! And Trump is starting to win that war with the independent voters.

    It’s time for Biden to stop being the “nice guy” and start being the “angry liberal.”

    During the Kavanaugh hearings, Kavanaugh was losing the battle until they took a break. Sure enough, during the break he was told by his advisors, that if he didn’t go back out there and start acting angry as hell, he was gonna lose. As soon as I saw him walking back down the hall into the hearing room it was obvious to me that he had been coached to paste an angry scowl on his face and stomp back into the battle. His demeanor had immediately turned from polite to confrontational. That was all it took for him to win the hearing and then the nomination.

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day and I fear that Trump, even though his remark about Latinos liking a tough guy was considered by some to be racist stereotyping, may have some credence. When I was in college in California, though this was over 40 years ago, during a Latin American Studies class my gringo essay was compared by the Latino professor to another Latino in the class on the same subject. The gist was, that Chicano was a culture rooted in “machismo” and mine was just purely white bread academic. Just saying this for whatever it’s worth.

    I just heard Trump telling Latinos about how great he was for them and about how many jobs he got for them. Would it hurt for Biden to paste and angry scowl on his face stomp out in front of a camera and shout to the world that Trump is personally responsible for the massive unemployment in the Latin community and they have millions of fewer jobs than when he took office. That Trump came into office and rode the Obama economic train until he crashed it into the Covid-19 virus, that he downplayed and lied about.

    That Trump is personally responsible for the high rate of Covid-19 in the Latin community!!!

    Goddammit, get out there and make some noise!!! Perception! Perception! Perception!

    Another thing. Trump may have a point about always wearing masks. If wearing masks is patriotic, at least get some masks that are red, white and blue with stars and stripes. Perception! Perception! Perception! You’re not fighting to win the votes of the base anymore. You’re fighting to win the votes of the independents!!! And at least drop the “if elected I will impose a mask mandate.” Telling independent voters that they will be forced to do something that they resent is Stupid! Stupid! Stupid!

    Now, get out there and kick this corrupt, pig-faced, pathological lying blowhards stinking’ ass!! The future of the free world depends on it.

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