Yep, and you are wrong.Nope, I never said he's a good man, just that the others are worse.
Loads of headlines, yet you can't offer a single example - that smells like ................
That's a feeble cop out.I refuse to do the homework of others for them unless I get paid.
EDIT: also I started avoiding the most rabid sources years ago or even reading their ramblings so I am assuming the patterns never changed.
More the distasteful memory of them, I will admit I also stopped reading anything about gun control a while ago because I already know what will be repeated ad nausea and life is way to short than to read articles from activists masquarading as reporters.That's a feeble cop out.
So you were basing your opinion on rabid sources.
Only because they happen to currently be at the top with the actual power to be embroiled in anything..... the democrats and republicans are two sides of the same coin. The republicans just happen to have less venereal diseases.Yep, and you are wrong.
Look, I don't trust any politicians for schit but the Rs are currently embroiled in everything you mentioned in your OP do a far, far greater degree than the Ds.
You have to be very dof to not see that.
Perhaps because it wasn't irrelevant to the point I was making......I still don't get why people keep bringing up the irrelevant popular vote all the time.......
Not really. It's still useful for the exact same thing it's always been useful for, and has the same limitations it always had. Not really the fault of polling that people want to skew what it means.rambo919 said:Does that not point out the irrelevancy of polling though? Polling is essentially an incomplete unofficial popular vote.... which has never actually mattered anyway. Polling cannot accurately predict anything unless murica switches to popular vote.
Remarkable how the folks who tell us they're not really all that interested in US politics and don't akshually defend Trump spend a lot of time... defending Trump (by regurgitating his debunked lies and spin) and getting the most basic facts wrong.The timing and the pattern? You mean, the whistleblower report followed by the floodgates of evidence against Trump followed by admissions by his own staff members and by Trump himself? That pattern?
Somehow Gnarls was surprised that I said I wouldn't get a coherent answer out of rambo.So what you are describing is 100% the current status quo with each state having different gun laws. I have no idea how you square this with "more of the same never achieves different results". Are you even thinking about what you post?
The U.S. budget deficit through the first three months of this budget year is up 11.8% from the same period a year ago, putting the country on track to record its first $1 trillion deficit in eight years.
In its monthly budget report, the Treasury Department said Monday that the deficit from October through December totaled $356.6 billion, up from $318.9 billion for the same period last year.
If Orangutanman's team and followers keep this up ........The norm? I don't think so.