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  2. The only thing strong about the Trump Presidency is the stench of corruption that hovers over his administration, Washington, and the entire GOP.
  3. there is a good middle ground between cultural clothing and shoe polish that people should shoot for
  4. Colt to stop selling AR-15s to civilians. https://abcnews.go.com/US/colt-stop-manufacturing-ar-15-assault-rifle-consumer/story?id=65727090&cid=social_twitter_abcn
  5. After being married to a women of color with a completely different culture for years now, I can honestly understand why Trudeau may have wanted to fully culturally appropriate. I often wear kurtas to Indian festivals, but it’s not the same.
  6. You need trix back really bad, man. She would tell you to stop making excuses and deflecting.
  7. lol @ fake outrage from the right. You know you all have been to minstrel shows and loved it.
  8. trudeau didn’t apologize because he felt what he did was wrong. He did it because he was caught. forced apologies really don’t count
  9. I think there is a big difference between what Justin has done than what others have done. His isn’t done out of hate. He is well known for his love of fully experiencing cultures. Is it very bad optics? Yes, but if there is anyone that didn’t mean any harm in brown/blackface it is Trudeau.
  10. What Trudeau did was bad, but at least he apologized. When did Donald Trump ever apologize for all the countless racist comments and actions he's responsible for?
  11. Still much more sensible than American conservatives.
  12. lol
  13. Good luck with this one. You failed hard on Mueller and impeachment. Maybe this one will get him.
  14. US history pretty much confirms that when the Congress has the reins with a weak President we stagnate and fart around and when a strong President has the lead we move forward. This has happened a lot. Before the Civil War, between the Civil War and about 1900, before the Great Depression, and much of the 1970s. I am not sold on Congress being the power center as a good idea.
  15. Pretty sure there’s a bit more to it than that. That trump appointed Inspector General is pretty adamant that this needs to be referred to the committee
  16. God imagine how useless a BS/BA would be in that scenario.
  17. Companies aren't borrowing to buy back stock, they are using cash on hand. Which should be used for R&D, investing for the future long term health of the company.
  18. I’m glad you get it. This should be a bipartisan view, not tribes sucking him off to “own the libs”. In any other world, shit like this ends presidencies. Instead, the Trump roaches here and in Congress circle the wagons and shill for him, blaming his boorish and shady behavior on others. It’s fucking pathetic and gross.
  19. You can't be serious with this. Making college a prerequisite is probably 100x more discriminatory against minorities than voter ID laws.
  20. Today
  21. This is exactly right.
  22. I know this won’t happen but Congress needs to take back their power from the executive branch. Presidents just thumb their nose at congress now and nothin happens.
  23. This guy dressed up in blackface so many times he can't even remember all of them: https://thehill.com/policy/international/americas/462226-trudeau-says-he-cannot-be-definitive-that-there-are-not-more What a joke. Canadian liberals must be really silly people.
  24. zzzzzzzz Schiff just wants some of the attention Nadler is getting. This reminds me a lot of the Nunes/Gowdy bombshells that dropped every few months and went nowhere. The things Trump says on one-on-one phonecalls will be protected under executive privilege. The smart Dems will not want this pursued as it sets another chilling precedent for when they get back in the WH.
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