As it is obvious to anyone with even half a brain, the challenge is not to accelerate transition to green energy - which is already going at breakneck pace, but to stay in control of ut, making sure that this clearly important thing doesn't cannibalize other good things, doesn't destroy microeconomic system overnight. And that's exactly what the administration is doing."The United States saw the largest decline in energy-related CO2 emissions in 2019 on a country basis," the International Energy Agency reported.www.mrctv.org
For the record, I don't agree with a lot of Sanders supporters and their methods of getting their message across. It does a lot of disservice. But this demonisation of one supporter base has to stop if it's not going to be across all boards who do the same or similar things.Of course they do.
And places like MSNBC don't invite people onto their networks to say why Warren or Klobuchar makes their skin crawl or why anyone who still supports Biden or Buttigieg before a single election is run is probably sexist. We're all supposed to know who's fair game and who's off-limits, and never call them on their BS. All this nonsense only goes one way. Pundits want national platforms for their talking-points and no one to ever call them on their BS. It's understandable that they would want this, there's no reason they should have it.But this demonization of one supporter base has to stop if it's not going to be across all boards who do the same or similar things.
You have to expect this stuff. Are their some Sanders supporters who have personal or emotional issues? Probably. Are some people just looking to cause problems for the Sanders campaign? Probably. And that would be a common tactic for online groups. And off-line groups as well. Of various kinds.There were people in this very thread who floated the idea that there were artificial Sanders supporters who were only there for unsavory reasons. Now that Sanders has said the very same thing, it's a problem that idea was even dared to be mentioned. Which is it?
Pundits are scared because Bernie is gonna send them to gulag.And places like MSNBC don't invite people onto their networks to say why Warren or Klobuchar makes their skin crawl or why anyone who still supports Biden or Buttigieg before a single election is run is probably sexist. We're all supposed to know who's fair game and who's off-limits, and never call them on their BS. All this nonsense only goes one way. Pundits want national platforms for their talking-points and no one to ever call them on their BS. It's understandable that they would want this, there's no reason they should have it.
The psychotic supporters of Bernie Sanders (and he has way more psychotic adherents than other candidates, just go to any YouTube video comments for the proof) got a free ride from criticism for a long time. But the free ride is over for these thugs. They are going to get busted and exposed at every turn... after this Nevada thing, Bernie has finally been forced to start doing damage control.No one's supporters are all angels, so if they're going to be selective in whose side they're going to call out, they've probably got a narrative to sell. I'm probably the biggest Bernie Bro on this site, but I've never suggested that we find out who voted Republican and cook up ways to punish them. Every side has various personality types.
See, no one else is held to the standard of being responsible for random people on the net. Even when they are paid to troll for them. People can be mean online. You think politics are rough try MCU vs DCEU fans, holy crap, they're just movies, let it go.Bernie has finally been forced to start doing damage control.
The above referenced quote is from the thread in the General Forum regarding the fund raising event for Pres Trump’s reelection campaign hosted by the gentleman that is responsible for the Indian Wells tournament. At the time of this writing this posting has twenty-three likes registered. This is a microcosmic example of the divisive political discourse in the United States caused by the malevolent hatred of Pres Donald Trump. I have no quarrel with anyone for simply not liking Pres Trump and I would concede there are enough examples that one could cite to justify such opinion. But you Trump haters cross the line when you impugn the character of those of us who support and like Pres Trump.No, he has any decent human being triggered.
The majority of people this election have already indicated that the first and foremost biggest issue for them is whether or not the Dem candidate can defeat Trump. That is my priority as well. Trump and the GOP are a cancer that need to be removed. Hypothetically, if there is only one candidate in the field right now who can surefire beat Trump versus a candidate who has ideas I completely agree with but could never beat Trump, my support goes to candidate who will beat Trump.Like i said previously, this primary election is a contest between the Sanders/Ocasio Cortez/Gabbard leftist belief (which i believe you share) that Donald Trump isn't really that big of a problem, and that he's just a symptom of the country's larger ills... while on our side, Trump in the White House is indeed the biggest problem which we face, and getting him out of there is job #1. I'm pretty sure that our argument is stronger than yours and that we're going to prevail. But we'll see.
A "strong" woman who at the end of the day toed the line and did what she was told to do."I voted to acquit the president... because his conduct, while wrong, did not meet the high bar established by the Constitution for removal."
Yes, Susan Collins gets it. She is a great principled politician. A strong woman, one could say.
The CNN reporter Raju came across as a pestering child. As always, the CNN project their aggressive unintelligence everywhere they show up.
A "strong" woman who at the end of the day toed the line and did what she was told to do.