DianeReynolds quote " I suspect you are just bored and lonely so I will consider your childish rant a compliment coming from a Canadian who has absolutely no stake in any election in the USA."
REALLY, no stake at all in the election of a US president, how simplistic, juvenile and stupid a comment.
Imagine that your daughter’s boyfriend accidently left his cell phone at your home when he came by to pick her up for their Saturday night date. Now remember this is your baby girl, the light of your life, and so you pick up the phone and it’s unlocked. You scroll through the windows and find the video app. The first one is a blurred, dark video of the inside of his jean’s pocket, but the sound is clear and the voice is unmistakable.
The wealthy establishment who own Americas corporate six media empires, that control 90% of everything Americans see, read or hear daily. Six CEO's with the power censor or tailor all the information Americans consume. Information that Americans use to make decisions on domestic and international events. Unelected CEO's with more powers of persuasion than the President of the United States.
Well it's early fall in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and at 4000 feet its just snowed. The greenery and the leaves of the trees have gone, the last bunch blown away by the strong winds from the mountains. Defiantly refusing to concede there's no more summer , i wore my knee length shorts, my toque and my down jacket ( Canadian summer wear) and headed out this morning into what has become a bleak black and white landscape. I'm not as brave or as stupid as i sound, IE the shorts, as far as i walked was to my KIA Soul, then i headed for the nearest mall.
" The recording starts partway through Trump telling a story about hitting on an unidentified woman — unsuccessfully. “I did try and f^<k her,” Trump said. “She was married. I moved on her very heavily. In fact, I took her out furniture shopping. … I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn’t get there and she was married.”
I apologize in advance for possibly lowering the tenor of discussion - but - all in jest: I had the following thought when Thom discussed the new TV ad showing Trump's sons tweedle-dee and tweedle-dum posing with the bodies of the trophy animals they killed: perhaps genetics has blessed them with the small "hands" of their daddy - and they are driven to kill endangered big game to compensate for this physical lack and the inferiority frustrations that result. Food for thought, anyway.