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This comic appears to be depicting the dismantling of democracy, and placing the President above the law. These are the things to which I am referring. But if a Democratic President displayed some of the other traits you just mentioned……..well these are the same people who were outraged because Obama wore a tan suit.
I’ve seen the U.S. citizenship test. I’d love to see the President try to pass it.
I have to disagree that the 40% of the electorate that thinks this is fine really thinks that this is the way things should be done. I would bet the ranch that they would be looking for blood if it were a Democrat in the White House doing these things.
I’d rather have an Eskimo Pie.
That is NOT how your comment reads. You made the statement in a way that indicates that is what you believe.
I wish Bill Barr fit your description, Unfortunately, he has given the orange demagogue too much real power.
Are you actually saying that Jews can’t go to heaven?
This ownership group has won 4 championships in 15 years after the Sox went 86 years without one. They’ve had the highest payroll in baseball for the past five years and people like you still say they’re cheap.
Fans who think they know the game make judgments about what a team should or shouldn’t do without ever thinking about management’s point of view. $35M/year, it’s only money and it’s not your money. Who cares? The luxury tax turns a $35M/year salary in $50M/year this year, and $70M/year next year, and even more the year after. I may not have the numbers exactly right, but this is basically what the luxury tax in baseball does. Despite what you think, ownership’s resources are not infinite, and this hampers their ability to compete.
He was asking for $35M/year for 12 freakin’ years. It would be stupid to think he’ll be a $35M/year player after 6 or 7 years. He was going to walk after the season, and they got better than the draft pick they would get for him leaving. They also get to reset the luxury tax back to the beginning, which gives them the payroll flexibility that they really need to compete after this year. That means they could even go after Betts in free agency next year if the Dodgers don’t sign him to that ridiculous deal this year. They also got rid of Price and half the $100M they still owe him. He’s been the pitcher they thought they were signing for a whole month of his time in Boston, and he’s been a toxic influence. They’ve been trying to trade Price for a while, and LA is the only team that would take him. It is unfortunate that it took Betts to get that done. The only player they have who has actually improved every year is Xander Bogaerts, and they just signed him to a long term deal, but not a stupid one like Betts wants.
Fans who think they know the game make judgments about what a team should or shouldn’t do without ever thinking about management’s point of view. $35M/year, it’s only money and it’s not your money. Who cares? The luxury tax turns a $35M/year salary in $50M/year this year, and $70M/year next year, and even more the year after. Despite what you think, ownership’s resources are not infinite, and this hampers their ability to compete.
Changing the Constitution requires a Constitutional Convention. I’ve been pondering this for a while,, and I’ve come to the conclusion that we should be very careful what we wish for. There’s at least an equal chance that progressives wouldn’t like the results.