I disagreed with him many times, but like Mr. McCain said--he is a good American
and his presidency was a sign that, at our best--we are much more than the world
see us as right now. This man is light years ahead of our current President in
terms of dignity, intelligence, concern for those less fortunate than himself
and the ability to bring people together and to take pride in themselves and
their nation. I felt much better about being an American when Barack Obama was
What a huge difference it is. After having an intelligent and respectful
president going to this nationalist/populist, it will be a great day if/when
trump goes to prison.
dawgs- “Obviously you haven't seen my criticisms of the
GOP”. You’re correct I haven’t! Certain you
“call it how you see it” and that’s the frightening part. What
yourself and faction believe is legitimate and reality based. “I have never questioned Obama's origin of birth (never really
cared)”. Again. You’re fooling no one but yourself
comrade. You’ve made/inferred countless comments regarding Obama’s
origin of birth. “Trump won a lot of votes playing on the
divisive nature of the country. Period”.He won votes preying
upon the low information demographic and playing the “family values”
card. As well as receiving assistance from a hostile foreign government. Period!
“I'm almost done with my PhD...”.See
comment..”and, thankfully, I never required one of your enabling crying
closets”. “And I "should know better" than to
question a leftist campus culture?Continued Faux News/Infowars
rhetoric. Define and explain in detail exactly what this is and its direct
impact on you. “I guess I should march lockstep with those who
embrace identity politics...”What were you saying again
regarding assumptions and prejudices comrade? Country before party! You’re
Lib on a Planet:Obviously you haven't seen my criticisms of the
GOP and Trump. I call it how I see it, but I am conservative (you do realize
that one can be both Conservative and Independent right?). I have
never questioned Obama's origin of birth (never really cared)...I'd
ask you to provide evidence but little point in that when there is none, but
nice try.Trump won a lot of votes playing on the divisive nature of
the country. Period. Not recognizing the role the divisive climate had on their
failure is just willful ignorance for the liberal establishment."Leftist" absolutely sounds Independent. Obviously you haven't
listened to Independent voices, but they also use terms like "alt-right"
if it makes you feel better. It sounds like you're confusing Independent
with fence-sitter/pacifist.I'm almost done with my PhD...not
sure why you're talking about admissions. And I "should know
better" than to question a leftist campus culture? I guess I should march
lockstep with those who embrace identity politics over individual accountability
and industry? Sorry- that (I) on my registration card didn't stamp out my
conservative values, much to your obvious chagrin comrade.
Lib on a Planet Somewhere:Apparently you haven't seen any of my
posts criticizing the GOP/Trump. I've also never questioned Obama's
origin of birth (never really cared). You're going to have to provide some
actual evidence on that claim instead of the hypocritical stereotyping (again).
Trump used divisive ammunition that the Obama establishment provided
him. Period. It baffles me everyone else but the DNC can see this clearly. The
DNC alienating Bernie fans didn't help them either. But don't examine
the real reasons HRC lost. Bury your heads in the sand...again."Leftist" sounds very Independent. Apparently you don't pay much
attention to Independent views or voices. I try and make clear distinctions
between real liberals and "leftists" just like I make distinctions
between real conservatives and the "alt-right"."If the
above is factual you should most definitely know better."Why?
Because I don't play along with the ultra-liberal campus narrative? You are
aware that one can be both a Conservative and an Independent, as explained
above, right? Do Dems even know how Independent voters think anymore? I think
Dems still equate Independents to fence-sitters.
Dawgs -So because I criticize Obama that makes me part of the Trump
crowd? You’re fooling no one but yourself comrade.
You’ve defended Trump and the indefensible countless times on this forum
and questioned Obama’s origin of birth as well! “Do you
think Trump would have won had our nation not been so divided after
Obama”?Nonsense. Trump lost the popular vote by nearly 3
million and obviously won with the assistance of a hostile, foreign government.
“Maybe you should examine your own bigotry toward those you
quote (like me) and the "low information" stereotypes and prejudices you
leftists like to peddle”.If it quacks like a duck comrade!
“Leftists” doesn’t sound very “Independent” do me.
Try again. “And FWIW, I have a Masters and will have a PhD in
a little more than a year (and, thankfully, I never required one of your
enabling crying closets)”.Due to the fact you didn’t
meet the admittance requirements. Can nearly taste the bitterness via your post.
Once again not the best example of an “Independent” voice.
Furthermore. If the above is factual you should most definitely know better.
Country before party! You’re welcome.
Lib on Some Planet:"Deep yawn..The GED educated, low
information...once again demonstrate ongoing ignorance by peddling conspiracy
theories, regurgitating flat out lies and displaying blatant racism."So because I criticize Obama that makes me part of the Trump crowd?
I'm a proud Independent who doesn't need my party to teach me the
difference between propaganda and facts. Do you think Trump would have won had
our nation not been so divided after Obama? He fed off that division, he
didn't create it. It seems the liberal establishment are the only ones who
haven't figured that out.Maybe you should examine your own
bigotry toward those you quote (like me) and the "low information"
stereotypes and prejudices you leftists like to peddle. Double standard
indeed...you can stereotype Trump supporters but if they stereotype anyone, they
are bigots, right "comrade"? Typical.And FWIW, I have a
Masters and will have a PhD in a little more than a year (and, thankfully, I
never required one of your enabling crying closets). Also, just because Rachel
Maddow says something is a lie, doesn't make it so. See, it's not nice
when people make assumptions and form prejudices about you is it?
It is great to see President Obama back on the political stage. It is difficult
to watch a racist like trump take destructive action against the justice
system,economy(Yes the economy), alienate allies,and empower racists all over
@one old man"We are learning now that a high school student was
removed from the background crowd at trump's Missoula "rally"
because his facial expressions .......""Nice spin: but you forgot
to mention that the student was wearing the Democratic Socialists emblem and
making goofy faces. He also admitted later trying to get Trump to sign a copy
of the "Communist Manifesto," which was disguised as Trump's book.
(He failed at that)@ECR "I'm trying to follow
the logic of this statement. Racial discord has always been about whites
mistreating, in so many ways, those of a different race."Yes
whites can be racist - but your assumption that only whites can be racist - is
racist (see Harvard admissions).Who do you think sold the slaves to
America originally? Who ended slavery? Who made their career through identity
politics - dividing and separating people based upon physical character traits?
Who sent "racialists" to calm race conflicts - who then inflamed and
exploited them? Exploiting arguments of inherent white guilt may
provide leftists with sustenance, and whites should feel guilty when guilty; but
as a political pathology, it is a severely flawed and racist path.
Vanceone-“while all comments allowed are worshippers of Obama. Obama
also apparently approved and ordered the FBI to spy on his political opponents.
Nixon only covered it up after the fact”. Dawgs-“very slow to any action that would affect real harmony” Boyd-“He was a divisive president from the moment he took
office”.Worf- “Failures are blamed on Bush and
success are taken from Trump”.O-“Is the king of
"resentment, division and paranoia" politics”. Mick-“created the worst healthcare plan in history. Never passed a
budget. Gave billions of dollars to Iran”. Bergeron-“I think what really irks Obama is that Trump did for the economy in one
year what he couldn't do in 8”.David -“stoked
racial tensions, elevating them to new heights during his administration”.
Deep yawn..The GED educated, low information, extremist, enabling
faction once again demonstrate ongoing ignorance by peddling conspiracy
theories, regurgitating flat out lies and displaying blatant racism. Double
standard anyone? Besides approval ratings. Your Supreme Leader wishes for a
quarter of President Obama’s intelligence, integrity and class. Country
before party comrades! #Blue Tsunami! 🌊
The column left out these choice quotes - Obama ''You go into these
small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the
jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's replaced them. Then
they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy ''or''If you like your doctor, you can keep your
Obama stoked racial tensions, elevating them to new heights during his
administration. He used race to advance his agenda to transform America. Obama
made things worse, not better, and had his own corruption and deceipt while in
office. He just speaks better than Trump, and appears to be a good family man
and father. I admire him for that. I do not admire his governance nor his
We are learning now that a high school student was removed from the background
crowd at trump's Missoula "rally" because his facial expressions
seemed to be at odds with what trump was saying and he wasn't
"enthusiastic enough."The young man recounted later that
before the rally those who were selected to provide a supportive backdrop were
instructed to "act enthusiastic" and "applaud a lot."He didn't and was removed in the middle of the rally.He was
then detained and questioned by the Secret Service. Video is
available in many places. Americans should watch it.This is
trump's vision for America.
Aggielove - Caldwell, IDSept. 7, 2018 2:29 p.m.KInda would be nice
that th DN try to cause so much infighting by strategically posting stories like
this to cause folks to fight on the comment section.More peace is
really a better choice DN.-------In other words : Keep quiet
and let him make an even bigger mess.Sorry. That's not what a
free press is about.
IZ5 said, "Ex-President Obama was a gentleman during his presidency, but he
did divide the country. I hadn't seen much racial discord for some time
until he was elected president. Yet, after a few months into his presidency, he
and his wife made certain it reared it's ugly head again."I'm trying to follow the logic of this statement. Racial discord has
always been about whites mistreating, in so many ways, those of a different
race. Remember the stories of slavery? So how is it that the African American
President and his African American wife were the ones sowing discord in the
country? Were they claiming certain citizens weren't, in fact, citizens
and demanding to see their birth certificates?
Same old Obama.Failures are blamed on Bush and success are taken
from Trump.Excuses are a sign of weakness.
@IZ5"I hadn't seen much racial discord for some time until he was
elected president. "Nothing exposes racial hatred quite like
trying to end racism. Remember Charlottesville? That was over trying to keep a
Confederate statue from being torn down. Kaepernick? He's protesting
disparate policing/treatment of the black community. And in the past the worst
periods were connected to times of advancements in Civil Rights.
Well said Cougsndawgs of West Point UT. Your statement is absolutely
correct.Ex-President Obama was a gentleman during his presidency, but he
did divide the country. I hadn't seen much racial discord for some time
until he was elected president. Yet, after a few months into his presidency, he
and his wife made certain it reared it's ugly head again.
Everyone should watch both of them speak before they vote. Birthers coming out
of the floorboards will just increase the popularity of 44 and remind voters how
45 got started.
Let's see Mr. Obama mentioned white supremacists and I understand a record
number are running for office, 8. They are actually fascists and there are
surely several hundred of them. How about the Nazi'x so what
does that word mean, the National Socialist Party. Guess that answers that. Who is restraining the freedom of the press? Trump rightfully
criticizes them as we have had hundreds if not thousands of stories that are
false or smoking guns from the MSM. Moreover even the majority of Democrats
don't trust them. Seems like they are printing all they want.
Republicans radical? Hard to believe backing the constitution, keeping our
traditions is so bad. Racist? Seems like racism did not decline under Mr. Obama
as I had hoped. Protect us from hurricanes? Wasn't there a
rather bad hurricane down in New Orleans under him? I can't see Trump has
done worse and maybe better. As for the economy and other things
accomplished under Trump and there is a long list if Obama had done them he
would have been lionized even more than he has been.
AFootballFan - Las Vegas, NV...he had the opportunity as the first black
president to bring the country together, but he played the race card far too
many times...This is what disparate racism looks like. A black man
who brings a black mans experience with him to the conversation of American life
and politics is seen as divisive for that view. "He had the
opportunity as the first black president to bring the country together".
And just how was that going to work...by telling the Black community they needed
to be quiet and listen to you White folks? Because by presenting the Black
perspective he has become to you the most divisive President in history. "put you all back in chains" by unshackling Wall
Street...by unshackling Wall Street...comments in reference to Republicans
saying they were going to unshackle the private sector.
Obama seems to be rewriting history. It is shameful that the Trump had a hard
time saying Nazis are bad. But the Dems have their own share of bigots and
Obama was silent about them.I don't like Trump. Nothing would
make me happier than to have the Republicans impeach him. The Republicans could
put principle before politics, rather than being like the Democrats.When Democrats complain about Trump, they are telling us something that most
of us already know. But they are also telling us something that they don't
intend: They don't get it, they don't know why they lost.People voted for Trump because the Democrats don't have any ideas. The
last liberal in the Democratic party was Paul Tsongas who ran against Bill
Clinton in 1992 and Utah's Bill Orton. They need to go and see if they
have any liberals so that they can get a credible candidate in 2020. Quit
worrying about Obama. We know his faults. Do the Democrats know theirs?
There are many of us, I being one, who hoped and prayed that this previous
president would follow the lead of GWB and keep his mouth shut following his
term of office. Even though he criticized W on an almost daily basis for 8
years, President Bush never offered a word in response or rebuttal. BHO even
said later it was a role he hoped to follow as well. That was dashed aside in
this speech!I will not listen to another word he has to say. His
teleprompter speeches and cadence are disgusting to me! He had a chance to unify
and did the opposite!I am grateful we elected an outsider as POTUS.
President Trump was open about the things he would do as President and has kept
those promises. Is he brash and blunt? YES! That is exactly what we needed as
we elected him. 61 Million Americans spoke, and the losers have been griping and
demonstrating ever since!After the theatrics by the minority at the
Kavanaugh hearings, I hope the American people got a rude wake-up call as to
what they need to do at the ballot box in 60 days. Socialist tendencies are not
upon what this country was founded. Let's reign in this disorderly behavior
and save our great Republic!
Obama, and many in the Democratic party, talk about racism incessantly because
that is a cancer in this country.Conservatives don't want to
talk about racism, certainly one element that unites the various strains of
conservative thought these days. We all hear the president put out his dog
whistles to white nationalists. Stop him.If you want Democrats to
stop talking about racism, then let's make sure there is no reason for it.
Stop voter suppression through the various nefarious proposals on voter ID,
gerrymandering, etc. Stop scapegoating minorities and inviting your older white
male core voter to blame anyone different for societal problems. Stop the ads
that inflame rather than inform during political elections. Stop calling
affirmative action a set aside or preference. Stop the slaughter of black men
by law enforcement.Instead, make the concept of equal justice and
opportunity for all a universal theme. Appeal to our better angels. Unite, not
divide the country. This is what it takes to get Democrats to stop talking race
in American society. Just meet our lofty Constitutional goals, government
of/by/for the people.
It was nice to have an rational adult in the White House instead of a guy who
gets his "news" from Fox & Friends, tries to subvert the
Constitution instead of protect and defend it (as he took an oath to do), and
never met a lie he did not like, so long as the lie made him look good or served
his purposes.BTW, I see some in the forum trying to play the
socialism card. If wanting everyone to have access to affordable health care and
good schools and such is socialistic, I'll take it every day as opposed to
fascism, which is the direction Trump is heading.
When Obama run for office his big theme was "Yes We Can" well we all
waited 8 years to see what that meant. Great orator, with little or no action.
Trump brings out the hater's in the Democratic Party big time, but as has
been mentioned has done more in 1 year than Barrack did in 8. Socialism scares
the crap out of most of us and it should! With leaders in the Democratic party
like Nancy Pelosi it only highlights their agenda.
Unrepentant-If Obama was so great and loved then why did he have the
biggest midterm election loss EVER? And how did Trump win? After all Hilliary
was just going to go forward with the Obama agenda.Obama was so bad
that people voted for a Trump to get away from the Obama agenda.
@Morgan Duel"Socialism doesn’t just create economic chaos
— it’s evilA Gallup poll released in August found Democrats
have a more favorable opinion of socialism than capitalism. According to Gallup,
today, “57 percent of Democrat respondents say they view socialism
positively, compared to only 47 percent who said they have a positive view of
capitalism.”---------I am a Conservative that has grown
disaffected with the GOP mainly due to the divisiveness that Trump is creating.
However, with the direction of the Left causing the majority of
Democrats to literally reject freedom for the most despicable economic system
(Socialism) that has been proven over and over to destroy nations and freedom, I
am left stunned without words to describe my emotions. As bad and
Trump and the GOP is, it pales in comparison to the destruction that Socialism
would bring. And yet the majority of Democrats have been deceived into
supporting it. Unbelievable.
He left out 57 states and corps man
"He opened up about freedom of the press:"It shouldn't
be Democratic or Republican to say that we don't threaten the freedom of
the press because they say things or publish stories we don't like."What do you call it when the press won't let you say something they
don't like? (See the censorship criteria of the D-News)
@Lia "Now THERE is a president.Well read, well schooled, well
spoken, thoughtful, astute, intelligent..."Character traits that
ironically make him far more dangerous person, since a smooth talker is
inherently more dangerous than the crassTrump may tell bombastic
lies - Obama tells lies intended to manipulate and deceive (you can keep your
doctor - Benghazi was caused by an anti-Muslim video etc.)Trump condemns
the fake press - Obama wiretapped and prosecuted journalistsTrump rages
at leaks - Obama lie detected and prosecuted staffTrump says divisive
things - Obama thrived on division through identity politicsTrump make
statements that are constitutionally questionable - Obama engaged in imperial
actionsTrump calls his opponents juvenile names like rocket man - Obama
smears his opponents as racist, sexist and/or homophobesThe media and
Hollywood hate Trump - The media and Hollywood fawned over and enabled ObamaIt is the slick charismatic unquestioned ones that do the most damageObama was the worst president in my lifetime: his return to campaigning
is a blessing for Republicans - It is reminder that as bad as Trump may be, the
alternatives remain worse
Hmm?If the majority of adults can be persuaded to a lifetime
addiction to coffee, than perhaps Obama can persuade citizens to accepting that
he started the economic recovery.
Obama has appeal to low information folks.I didn't know Mr
Obama was working on a tax cuts, less restrictive regulations, and new trade
Wow! Leave it to Obama to criticize a sitting president...he has no class at
all. Trump lacks some virtues, for sure, but shame on Obama for wanting the
spotlight still. Obama blew it...he had the opportunity as the first black
president to bring the country together, but he played the race card far too
many times...shameful. And he played the race card again today in his speech.
Unbelievable! Obama is a Phoney, as are most politicians (republican or
democrat). Call him what you may, but Trump is not a phoney, and that is
refreshing to at least half the country. I predict Trump will get re-elected,
not because he’s presidential, but because the silent majority is sick and
tired of all the political correct nonsense that has engulfed our country.
Obama was no where near the worst President we have had. I think a whole bunch
of people got convinced he was the very essence of evil, and ignore all the good
he did for the country. So much for so many with such great opposition from the
party of trump, called the GOP way back when. His personal ethics and morality
are better than most Presidents we have had, and by all appearances this
moderate President (no liberal he despite what the party of trump cries
incessantly) was indeed a loyal family of faith and honor. He never embarassed
the country in 8 years, unlike the current president has done in almost 2 short
years.Almost everything Obama said is substantially agreed to by
most every opponent of trump and his political party. And much is agreed to by
members of the party of trump. They know the president is sadly lacking, but
ignore his personal failings for political power. It is trump's personal
failings that will doom this country and this modern American society to endless
scandal, mindless charges, tribalism, ethnic cleansing and lawlessness.All for a tax break for millionaires and a few judges on the Federal bench.
How cheaply bought.
@Boyd in ProvoSo speaking out against racism makes someone
“divisive”? Well then please do paint me with that same broad brush
I would consider it an honor.
The Democratic Party has evolved since Obama, The Blaze Commentary states:
Socialism doesn’t just create economic chaos — it’s evilA Gallup poll released in August found Democrats have a more favorable opinion
of socialism than capitalism. According to Gallup, today, “57 percent of
Democrat respondents say they view socialism positively, compared to only 47
percent who said they have a positive view of capitalism.”I
wonder what Mr. Obama thinks of that?
Thank you, Mr. Scribner and Mr. Obama, for reminding us why we voted for
Trump.May God bless President Donald J. Trump and may he continue to
confound the enemies of freedom.
@Dart ThrowerMr. Obama is apparently faithful to his wife and
children but demonstrated that he was "unfit" for the Presidency.Just my opinion and that of many others if comments on this board are
Obama is right, the Republican Party has lost it's moral compass by
nominating and supporting Donald Trump. The decline started when they welcomed
supporters of segregation like Strom Thurmond, and continued with making
divisive people life Newt Gingrich as party leaders. This is not the Republican
Party that had Lincoln, T Roosevelt, and Eisenhower as leaders. The people of
this country need to turn out the Trump enablers in November. I am not going to
vote for Kevin McCarthy, the Congressman in my district, who doesn't
recognize Trump as a bad influence on the country.
President Obama is competent, honest, faithful to his wife and children, well
read, attentive to detail and intelligent. President Trump, unfortunately for
our nation, is the exact opposite
Lia-He’s only well spoken when he’s reading off a
Teleprompter.Liberals are very quick to forget. It was during the
Obama administration that we were hacked by the Russians and our election was
compromised. That is Obama’s fault. Obama created the worst healthcare
plan in history. Never passed a budget. Gave billions of dollars to Iran.
Pressed the red reset button with Russia and told Putin he would work with him
after the election. Used the IRS as a political weapon. Had several FBI
scandals. Fast and Furious. Loretta Lynch scandals. Eric Holder using
“executive privilege” to hide information...... the list goes on and
on.And please tell me what exact actions he took to help the
economy? Be specific. It was because Obama was so bad that we got
I think what really irks Obama is that Trump did for the economy in one year
what he couldn't do in eight.
Not a fan (particularly politically) with Pres. Obama. Never was. During his
tenure I had trouble keeping perspective, but in moments of calm reflection I
could recognize him as a good husband and father - a good man - who was doing
what he genuinely thought was best for the country. I nearly always disagreed
with his stances. I frequently disagreed with and decried his methods (like
railroading the opposition to the ACA). However, I never felt he was acting out
of pure selfishness. I felt he was often being a politician
(party-over-country), but was far from the worst on either side of the aisle.I don't agree with everything he said in his speech - or even
everything quoted here. But I agree with a lot of it. I appreciate his
sincerity, and agree that Donald Trump is bad for this country. Much of what has
been done under Trump is good, but that doesn't change the fact that Donald
Trump is an immoral, toxic, polarizing, bombastic individual who should not be
President. We can't change the fact that "We the People" voted for
him. But, hopefully we can learn and do better next time.
Previous President is a living, breathing contradiction - and know one cares.
This former president is the king of "resentment, division and paranoia"
politics. How dare he reference President Lincoln - complete and total
contradiction, for anyone who cares to know truth. This previous POTUS is
incapable of speaking in coherent, genuine thoughts without a teleprompter
because he's a living, breathing contradiction - and know one cares. The
darling of the corrupt DC establishment/swamp.
Barack Obama said, " When you vote, you've got the power to make sure
white nationalists don't feel emboldened to march with their hoods on or
off in Charlottesville."On August 14th 2012 Vice President Joe
Biden said, " Mitt Romney and the GOP would put you all back in
chains."For eight years of President Obama's term I waited
patiently for just one time that race would not be thrown out to the American
public in most of his speeches. He was a divisive president from the moment he
took office. And now he pops out onto the public scene again and nothing has
changed in his mannerisms or in his speeches. He will always be divisive, never
touting unity for our great country. What a sad way to live your life.
"The man clearly is in the top three of the worst presidents in US history;
with only Carter and Buchanan maybe worse."____________________Comments like that don't demonstrate any real appreciation of American
history. They essentially serve the purpose of saying something meant to be
inflammatory. It pretty much reflects the tone of much of the political
discourse in our times.
It would have been nice to have Obama create unity instead of promoting identity
politics and racial division while in office. That's where you had your
opportunity to create greater cohesion and more mutual respect between classes,
races, and cultures Mr. Obama. Your words, while beautiful, ring hallow in the
shadow of your divisive record/actions.Always the great orator with
the silver tongue. Always quick with a witty quip at your opponent's
expense, but very slow to any action that would affect real harmony in a nation
that became more divided under your watch, not less. You are right, we need to
be better; we need to vote and demand better from our leaders. But when the
words come out of your mouth all I see is the racial and ethnic chasm left in
If you want a scandal free presidency, you cannot be thinking of Obama, who had
Fast and Furious, who had the IRS targeting people illegally; who had the FBI
intimidating and arresting reporters, and who knowingly violated the law to
email Hillary on her private server, where it was promptly scooped up by the
Chinese.And that's just off the top of my head. Obama also
apparently approved and ordered the FBI to spy on his political opponents (Nixon
only covered it up after the fact, while Obama ordered it to be done!). Scandal free? The man clearly is in the top three of the worst
presidents in US history; with only Carter and Buchanan maybe worse.
When Obama was President, I didn't always agree with him. But I always got
the feeling that he was doing his best to provide strong moral leadership. The
words that came out of his White House was never the kind of language that left
Americans feeling ashamed.Sure wish we had him back at the helm
Now THERE is a president.Well read, well schooled, well spoken,
thoughtful, astute, intelligent...the polar opposite of his successor.
I see how it is: right now, my comment pointing out that Obama is the one
peddling fear was denied, while all comments allowed are worshippers of
Obama.How blatantly biased can the DNews get lately?
KInda would be nice that th DN try to cause so much infighting by strategically
posting stories like this to cause folks to fight on the comment section.More peace is really a better choice DN.
Barack Obama was the nation's leader. Now he's not technically in
charge, but he's still the nation's conscience, its wisdom, and its
Dang, I miss having a president who is calm, can form cohesive thoughts and
sentences, who loves and is faithful to his wife, and whose presidency was
"“What’s gonna fix our democracy is you.
The threat to
our democracy doesn't just come from Donald Trump
the biggest threat
to our democracy is indifference.
"No, indifference is
what got Trump elected. Inaction by the GOP is what is sinking our country.