Wonder what the civilized world thinks of Trump’s so-called leadership?


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On Twitter, this morning, I bumped into a discussion led by a well-meaning Liberal on “how can we convince Trump acolytes to come to their senses?” Which is why I stopped worrying about being a Liberal approximately in 1956.

How about fighting for honest democracy in this country? Overcome criminal gerrymandering and the raft of illicit laws passed by Republican gangsters which prevent everyone from having a chance to vote. Let the Trump chumps keep their Tea Party, cigarettes and Hummers. And let the rest of us have a realistic shot at an equal opportunity to vote.

4 thoughts on “Wonder what the civilized world thinks of Trump’s so-called leadership?

  1. Überwald says:

    “German magazine defends cover showing Trump beheading Statue of Liberty” http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-germany-spiegel-idUSKBN15J0EU See also articles @ http://watchingamerica.com/WA/ (“WatchingAmerica reflects global opin­ion about the United States, helping Americans and non-Americans alike understand what the world thinks of current issues that involve the U.S. This is done by providing news and views about the United States published in other countries.”)

    • moss says:

      Though I agree, effort is better spent getting folks who already know better to get off their lazy butts, hold their nose if need be, and simply vote to cover those pristine butts from assault by rightwing thugs.

  2. Just another Wog says:

    “How Namibia responded to Trump inventing a country called ‘Nambia’” https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2017/09/21/how-namibia-responded-to-trump-inventing-a-country-called-nambia/ President Trump also congratulated a group of African leaders on Wednesday for the level of American investment in the continent, mentioning that he has “so many” friends who are “going to your countries trying to get rich.”
    The comment came during a luncheon on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Leaders from Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, South Africa and a host of other African nations attended the lunch. http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/20/politics/donald-trump-african-leaders-rich/index.html

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