Kim has released hostages, made nice with South Korea, all in an attempt to make these talks happen. He is as egomaniacal as Trump and it took a lot of being afraid he was dealing with someone who was actually crazy enough to nuke him or send in Seal Team Six to murder him to get him to agree to talk. Now, all his making nice has just made him look like Trump tricked him. If we were dealing with a nut before, we are now dealing with a humiliated, angry nut, with nukes.
Thanks, OldCoal. There comes a point where explaining to the Trump supporters just how delusional they are seems almost too much effort. I appreciate you taking the time to do the research and write it all out. My reaction ( rolling my eyes and a deep sigh) was much less effective.
I sure would vote for “America the Beautiful” over the Rockets red glare. Wars may exist. I’ll even acknowledge that sometimes they are necessary. But, I don’t think they are ever a cause for celebration.
Look on their websites. They go into great detail about their agendas. And, if they are spending more money on tearing the other candidate down than on telling you why you should vote for them, I’d consider that a red flag.
First, you better find out if she wants you to keep them repaired.
The idea that the candidate’s party isn’t important ignores the reality of American politics. Anyone who has managed to get elected to an office, even one at the local level usually has had the backing of either the Republican or Democratic party. There are exceptions, but they aren’t frequent. In order to get that backing, you have to be a member of the team, one that they feel they can rely on. Once elected, a little bit of following your own conscience is expected, but in general, you have to follow the party agenda if you expect to have that backing for the next election, and most elected officials want to be reelected and are grateful to the party for its’ support. So, when you elect a person, you are not just electing a person, you are electing a member of a party, so you need to know what each party stands for, which isn’t that difficult because they spend huge amounts of money trying to tell you. To ignore a candidate’s party is naïve.
Projection hell, it’s reminiscing.
Depends on whether it is going to be used against you. In that case, I could lie like a rug. And feel quite proud to do it.
You’re absolutely right— I stand corrected. But then vote!!!
Not enough, none in fact, but then if tacos where that handy, I’d weigh about 200 pounds.