President elect Donald Trump propose to make America great again. One way, he can accomplish this is boosting major league soccer. My proposal is to have "designed plays" to score goals, and to have the final teams announce the starting line-ups for all three games before starting the series.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YG7gDKzb7s
How can Donald Trump make America Great Again?
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Only we can!!! under the condition set out by the American Constitution.
Wrong gender, I'm afraid. In Trump's world women are hor d'oeuvres.
He has at least promised to protect women. Presumably from Mexican rapists. And people who live in certain areas.
Oh my. Another day older and still pouting. W
I'm surprised you don't know what it means. Hor d'oeuvres? Do we protect these appetizers? Do Mexican rapists make a habit of eating more than their fair share? I'll admit I am not averse to taking a few more if they are tasty; do I live in certain areas?
Or is your intent something else entirely?
I sort of see. You didn't understand the original comment. And that prompted you to talk about 'pouting'.
I will unpack the original comment:
Your President Elect:
.... is a self-confessed sexual predator (an hors d'oeuvre is an eye catching defenseless snack that you gobble down at smart parties. I was using the term metaphorically)
.... believes Mexico routinely sends rapists across the border. Oddly, enough 2 women have accused him of rape, his wife and a woman who was thirteen at the time of the alleged incident.
American whites of a certain disposition are legendary worldwide for their fear that black men are constantly trying to rape 'their' women.
I hope you catch the theme. Women cannot be independent agents within this kind of world.
If you need further clarification let me know.
It means if you say anything at all about the multitude of nasty things Donnie said during his campaign, you're pouting. Because now we're supposed to just forget about that stuff as though it never happened.
Shhhhhh..... Trump voters want to forget that they voted for that ugliness.
We aren't supposed to forget anything. However, having watched the grossly over bloated hypocrisy displayed by the left throughout this election I would have thought they might have had the intelligence to step back in order to understand why we are where we are. Instead, it's like a kid throwing a tantrum.
I take full responsibility for voting for Hillary and all her associated ugliness. You and other Trump voters get all offended when we remind you of the ugliness you voted for. And you think you are a good judge of what is "mature" and what is "childish."
Goodness. You are reminding me of every reason you did not vote for the man; not the reasons I had for voting for him. I only get perturbed at your shallow vision.
No, I acknowledged the reasons you voted for him. I'm just reminding you that your vote also indicates that you found him acceptable to be president, and that includes everything he ever said or did. If you had not found those things to be acceptable positions or qualities for your president, then you would not have voted for him. Your vote is an explicit acceptance that you judge Donald Trump, and the totality of all he has shown himself to be, as an acceptable person to be president. That does not mean you agree with everything he has said or done, but that you find it acceptable enough to earn your vote.
I know you find this assessment distasteful. I don't blame you. But it doesn't make it any less true.
Since you are apparently bent on ensuring your view remains unchanged and heard I think we can both agree I've heard it.
I wish you all the luck with it, up to the point it is detrimental to the American people. At that point, you're on your own.
I don't think anyone can change your opinion, lol. But it's worth trying to make sure your opinions do not spread anymore than can be helped, simply by pointing out the facts.
I'm afraid you aren't pointing out all of the facts. Simply the ones which allow you to think you are right. There is right and wrong on both sides. As long as you insist on a lopsided view you will not be able to be a positive influence.
This is a choice you make.
To make America Great again they need to burn down US Corporatism and bring back :The Power of the People.:
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