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2 hours ago, KonichiwaRN said:

You can't "demand" the trait of respect.

We as a nation, "earned" respect by the following traits.

a) we Chuck Norrised(?) everyone that dared to come against us

b) we showed everyone our wealth and success

c) we didn't bother anyone until they poked their noses into our business

 

He (Trump) isn't the leader of the free world. We (Trump voters. At least the ones I know of) voted for him to be a leader of the U.S.A and care about our nation first and last.

Having said that..I am fully aware of the Jeb Bush loyalists hiding in the GOP. They have been running the GOP for a long time, and still in force.

 

 

Please retake your history courses. 

Demanding undeserved or earned respect is exactly Trump's style and history. 

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The WSJ, is reporting that the WH requested USS John McCain, be kept out of sight, during Trump's recent visit to Japan.

It is almost, an unbelievable story.

But, we are talking about DJT, a man-child at best, and a common buffoon.

Geez.

There is nothing honorable or respectable about Trump.

He just continues to be an embarrassment to the human race.

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3 hours ago, GrumpyRN said:

Herring covered respect pretty well above.

a) I think that North Korea and Viet Nam will disagree with you.

b) Oh yes, you show your wealth. Not always a pretty trait. Ask Donald Trump to show his wealth.

Success? Depends on how you define success. Life expectancy for example? You don't even manage the top 30.

c) Have you heard of the Bay of Pigs? Oliver North?

The office of the President of the United States comes with some large responsibilities. The present incumbent can neither spell nor pronounce responsibilities.

Should also add, do you remember Jeb Bush's role in the presidential election of 2000.

I love you, Grumpy!!!!

Perfectly, stated.

This country used to excel at so many things.

And we strived to live up to our ideals.

But all that changed, in January 2017.

We are now on the downward trajectory, and a subset of Americans, seem happy about that.

Sad.

Very sad.

We are witnessing the demise of a once great nation.

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7 hours ago, Lil Nel said:

I love you, Grumpy!!!!

Perfectly, stated.

This country used to excel at so many things.

And we strived to live up to our ideals.

But all that changed, in January 2017.

We are now on the downward trajectory, and a subset of Americans, seem happy about that.

Sad.

Very sad.

We are witnessing the demise of a once great nation.

During the 2016 election cycle I could never understand the "Make America Great Again" I was always under the impression that America was already and always great. To me it sounded too much like "Make America Proud Again" but that had been used before in "It Can't Happen Here" by Sinclair Lewis.

Never mind, like most things "this too will pass." All that people can do is limit the damage being done.

 

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Grammar

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13 hours ago, GrumpyRN said:

Herring covered respect pretty well above.

a) I think that North Korea and Viet Nam will disagree with you.

b) Oh yes, you show your wealth. Not always a pretty trait. Ask Donald Trump to show his wealth.

Success? Depends on how you define success. Life expectancy for example? You don't even manage the top 30.

c) Have you heard of the Bay of Pigs? Oliver North?

The office of the President of the United States comes with some large responsibilities. The present incumbent can neither spell nor pronounce responsibilities.

Should also add, do you remember Jeb Bush's role in the presidential election of 2000.

Remember Grumpy.

I think I said this before.

 

The entire "world" is trying to move into our nation. Not the other way around. 🙂

 

Results matter, right?

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4 minutes ago, KonichiwaRN said:

Remember Grumpy.

I think I said this before.

 

The entire "world" is trying to move into our nation. Not the other way around. 🙂

 

Results matter, right?

I'm curious why you think that that stupid statement is an answer to what I wrote. Again, Argumentum ad Nauseum and Gish Gallop. Perhaps this time you are going for Argumentum ad absurdum.

May I point out that YOU are one of the "entire world" who moved into the US. If you think it is getting full, go back to where you came from. Or are you saying it is all right for YOU to better yourself but nobody else?

 

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3 hours ago, GrumpyRN said:

During the 2016 election cycle I could never understand the "Make America Great Again" I was always under the impression that America was already and always great. To me it sounded too much like "Make America Proud Again" but that had been used before in "It Can't Happen Here" by Sinclair Lewis.

Never mind, like most things "this too will pass." All that people can do is limit the damage being done.

 

Unfortunately, it will take years to undo the damage.

But I do think many Americans learned a valuable lesson: Elect A Clown; Expect A Circus.

And now most understand what is it like to have decent, and even great presidents, followed by a lying, cheating, racist, man-child.

Hopefully, we will live by the words: Never again.

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57 minutes ago, KonichiwaRN said:

Remember Grumpy.

I think I said this before.

 

The entire "world" is trying to move into our nation. Not the other way around. 🙂

 

Results matter, right?

Too bad your statement isn't true.

Chinese tourism; down by 15%.

Numbers of foreign students, choosing to study in the US down.

Yes, we are seeing an increase in migrants at the southern border.

Those people are fleeing violence and climate change.

Refugees, are not the same as economic immigrants, and tourists.

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8 hours ago, GrumpyRN said:

I'm curious why you think that that stupid statement is an answer to what I wrote. Again, Argumentum ad Nauseum and Gish Gallop. Perhaps this time you are going for Argumentum ad absurdum.

May I point out that YOU are one of the "entire world" who moved into the US. If you think it is getting full, go back to where you came from. Or are you saying it is all right for YOU to better yourself but nobody else?

 

https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/frequently-requested-statistics-immigrants-and-immigration-united-states

 

The graph disagrees with your feelings.

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What am I missing.  What "feelings" are being disagreed with in these graphs?

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