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  • #31
    Originally posted by Hades91x View Post


    Do you think granddaddy Biden will be the democrat's front man in 2020 election?
    Even if my personal knowledge of US politics is on 4chan /pol/ level ( because I have my own ridiculous puppet show here ). I think dems drifted too much left with Hillary and their entire politics. I think votes of white majority will be dems goal 2020, because Hillary exaggerated with licking asses of colored minorities and white belittlement 2016.
    Anyways, I think the biggest treat for US isn't china or russia, it's the disproportion in wealth share of population. Every imperium begins to spoil from inside and the symptoms are already there. No matter who will win, in this state is the decay not stoppable without really radical actions which would hurt US elites. Neither Reps nor Dems are capable to do something here.
    I certainly hope Joe Biden won't be the Democrat Nominee for the presidential election. The man is 76 now, next year he'll be 77 and at the end of a 4-year term he'd be 81. A 77 year-old man can work in a grocery store if he needs a job to pay the bills but he shouldn't be running the world's only superpower. And send Donald Trump to work in a hardware store next year....! Even at his youthful age (!) he's too old to have so much power. I would prefer a man or a woman in their mid 40s to mid-50s to be President. None of the Democrat presidential hopefuls in that age range has any chance of being nominated at this time. Too bad. The Republicans? Unless Trump resigns, there's no chance for a younger man.

    I vacation at least twice a year in the USA and I don't really notice the income disparity you mention. (Except in Detroit) America seems richer in person than what the media portrays. Maybe it's because a lot of Americans have two jobs or are living on credit - I don't know - but the average American seems to live quite well. I'm in a pretty rich country and I would say that the USA seems better off than Canada, in appearance if nothing else.

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    • #32
      Donald Trump is the best president America could ever hope for. He's stern, powerful, rich, and successful. Look at how the shitty and unstable American economy has improved under his thumb... It's almost as if the US is a first world country!

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      • #33
        Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

        I certainly hope Joe Biden won't be the Democrat Nominee for the presidential election. The man is 76 now, next year he'll be 77 and at the end of a 4-year term he'd be 81. A 77 year-old man can work in a grocery store if he needs a job to pay the bills but he shouldn't be running the world's only superpower. And send Donald Trump to work in a hardware store next year....! Even at his youthful age (!) he's too old to have so much power. I would prefer a man or a woman in their mid 40s to mid-50s to be President. None of the Democrat presidential hopefuls in that age range has any chance of being nominated at this time. Too bad. The Republicans? Unless Trump resigns, there's no chance for a younger man.

        I vacation at least twice a year in the USA and I don't really notice the income disparity you mention. (Except in Detroit) America seems richer in person than what the media portrays. Maybe it's because a lot of Americans have two jobs or are living on credit - I don't know - but the average American seems to live quite well. I'm in a pretty rich country and I would say that the USA seems better off than Canada, in appearance if nothing else.
        I saw the oppositte, canada seemed cleaner and more relaxed than parts of US I've been to

        Putting up prices in shopes that don't include the tax is a horrible practice though, I'm glad we don't do it in europe

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        • #34
          Originally posted by grgur View Post

          I saw the oppositte, canada seemed cleaner and more relaxed than parts of US I've been to

          Putting up prices in shopes that don't include the tax is a horrible practice though, I'm glad we don't do it in europe
          Cleaner? I guess that depends where you went. Anyway, I’m not talking about cleanliness or a relaxed atmosphere. I’m talking about evident wealth. There’s more of that in the USA than in Canada. America also has more evident poverty than Canada because there is a social safety net here as well as free medical care.

          In short, America’s rich are richer and their poor are poorer than Canada’s rich and poor. I also think their middle class is richer than Canada’s just by what I see. Americans work a lot, often having two jobs. I’ve never had two jobs in my life...

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          • #35
            Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

            I certainly hope Joe Biden won't be the Democrat Nominee for the presidential election. The man is 76 now, next year he'll be 77 and at the end of a 4-year term he'd be 81. A 77 year-old man can work in a grocery store if he needs a job to pay the bills but he shouldn't be running the world's only superpower. And send Donald Trump to work in a hardware store next year....! Even at his youthful age (!) he's too old to have so much power. I would prefer a man or a woman in their mid 40s to mid-50s to be President. None of the Democrat presidential hopefuls in that age range has any chance of being nominated at this time. Too bad. The Republicans? Unless Trump resigns, there's no chance for a younger man.

            I vacation at least twice a year in the USA and I don't really notice the income disparity you mention. (Except in Detroit) America seems richer in person than what the media portrays. Maybe it's because a lot of Americans have two jobs or are living on credit - I don't know - but the average American seems to live quite well. I'm in a pretty rich country and I would say that the USA seems better off than Canada, in appearance if nothing else.

            The way downwards from Olympus tip is much faster they the arduous way upwards.

            Out of my perspective is 50 or 80 similar old for me.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Hades91x View Post


              The way downwards from Olympus tip is much faster they the arduous way upwards.

              Out of my perspective is 50 or 80 similar old for me.
              I’ve heard opinions that the West as a whole is going down, sinking... I have a building in Montreal with 4 apartments that I rent out. When I first bought the building 17 years ago, it was in an attractive working-class neighbourhood. Since that time, the signs of social decrepitude have appeared: empty storefronts, pawn shops, easy-loan merchants, discount stores and the like. And the area has gotten messy. Then local churches closed and were turned into old-folks homes...and 3 mosques sprung up. You get the picture...

              At your age, 50 may seem old but it is a good age for a politician: not too young so as to avoid the errors of youth and pride, not too old so as to not be entrenched in the “good old days”.
              Last edited by RogerCarmel; 05-12-2019, 10:28 PM. Reason: Spelling

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              • #37
                I have no doubt President Trump will get re-elected. The Democrats won't be able to field a moderate candidate that their own party will not try and destroy before the election. And the new clueless village idiots that got elected as Democrats in the House, will not have enough sense to keep their mouths shut. The press will give these greenhorns plenty of air time. So the army of Democratic candidates fight for the party nomination, will have to agree with them or publicly disagree. It is a no win situation for them.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Lavite View Post
                  ... And the new clueless village idiots that got elected as Democrats in the House, will not have enough sense to keep their mouths shut. The press will give these greenhorns plenty of air time...
                  Your prediction is already coming true. Rashida Tlaib (D-Michigan) and Ilan Omar (D-Minnesota) keep on putting their foot in their mouth and the Democrats are stuck trying to put an acceptable spin on what these two foolish women say.

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                  • #39
                    Absolute no to the zionist puppet Trump. The scale of support for jewish extortion is unprecedented during his presidency

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                    • #40
                      Trump probably will be reelected. I say that while holding the perspective that Trump is probably a strong candidate for the worst American President in US history. The only way he won't be reelected is if he's thrown in prison, which is an unlikely outcome but a potentially real one given that he's a known criminal. He's definitely guilty of tax evasion, obstruction of justice, and campaign finance violations, but he will probably stay clear of repercussions related to all that.

                      America gets what it deserves. The 40% who support him are being damaged most by his policies, most of them, and the negative effects of which won't take so long to kick in. The other 60% can't do whatever it takes to get rid of him because they're all over the map.

                      The US system of government is so broken and ineffective that it's hard to get your mind around all the levels of problems. The left and right divide is mostly spin designed to keep the same small set of people running the country towards their own ends, with little real difference between the two parties. The Republicans are slightly worse but that hardly makes the Democrats better; they're part of the problem too.

                      Some of what the far-left socialist types claim are broad solutions are grounded in what would be real improvements but a lot of it is just more idiocy. Like universal basic income; it's a joke.

                      The government should fix problems like an economy-shattering level of debt, a senseless trade war, the grossly widening distribution of wealth, end the countless wars conducted mainly for defense industries profit, or lack of national health care support, and then see what might work next.

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                      • #41
                        Gooooooooo Trump, his perfect policy regarding Israel has had a great effect on showing the angry savages who only know stone-age barbaric customs when it comes to unbelievers who is boss.

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                        • #42
                          Cricket USA :: " If you come to America you better have some employable skills,and you better have a knowledge of English..."...
                          I agree with this entirely...Once upon a time America was a giant land with huge amounts of room,giant fortunes were made from labour intensive industries and America boomed through steel,,,the railways and every other thing dependent upon steel,so immigrants and more immigrants and more immigrants were needed..Today America must look more inward to the grand children and great grandchildren of these pioneers because coupled with robotics America has enough unskilled labour to do what it wants..
                          During the last democratic period America somehow (college loans ) produced millions of unskilled uni graduates who have no jobs and no market and no way to repay the loans,this has to stop and Trump is the guy...These pseudo grads don't vote republican and now is the time for America to stop funding uni for them , it only excacerbates a critical situation..America must begin funding tech school for trades such as welding ism electrician ism etc etc ism...
                          Just after ww2 America invested Zillions in infrastructure for returning soldiers and it is about at fail time,so if America begins training these people already from LAST week there will be jobs galore for the Archibald Bunkers of Americas blue collar brigades...
                          Trump must continue to stand on Americas position of FAIR foreign trade deals which will also encourage the return home of manufacturing jobs with the simple slogan,,,,If you manufacture it in America for export the tax will be less at home so the profit will be better..
                          It will come down to keeping the finger on the pulse and having the BORLS to see it through...
                          You want into the American market ? start making those tariffs FAIR...

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                          • #43
                            4 more years.....4 more years

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Elishar View Post
                              Cricket USA :: " If you come to America you better have some employable skills,and you better have a knowledge of English..."...
                              Pretty much correct wherever one may go, except a person born in america often has neither of those 2

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                              • #45
                                I've said he'd be elected the first time and I've said he'll be elected again ever since.

                                He's a terrible person with little grasp of the rest of the world or reality. A significant minority of Americans are with him on that train regardless of what he says or does. Let's say 35-40% would vote for him even if he nuked Paris and set fire to Mexican children. Slight exaggeration but not by much.

                                Then there are 35-40% who will not vote for him because of what he says, because of what he does or because of who he is and who he represents.

                                Then you have the 30% in the middle deciding who wins and most of them will vote for Trump because of what he ISN'T rather than what he IS.
                                The left has gone absolutely off the rails in the last decade and the democratic party has shifted with them.
                                As a consequence they're shooting themselves in the foot. The left thinks everybody is "far-right", when in fact it's the left that's shifted way way further left.

                                And they're so disconnected from reality that they don't realize any of this and therefore they think "the sensible people will see what Trump has been like and will never elect him again".
                                It's going to be the opposite.

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