call.copse wrote:I'm going to say from what I've seen of the orange one, the press are far too kind too him to be honest. Mainly in terms of giving him the blanket coverage that seem to cause him to thrive. What have Americans been thinking?
No, but that's a convenient way to dismiss people giving legitimate feedback. Half of us Americans don't have a clue what the other half are thinking. Especially since a large part of them either fought against fascism or their parents fought against fascism. Authoritarian xenophobic nationalism leads nowhere good.
Yeah, Call, I can see now that calling the President 'the orange one' is legitimate feedback all right.
A conservative believes what he sees. A liberal sees what he believes.
I can tell you that I'm far better off under the current administration than I was under two terms of the previous. And you most likely are also, although I would not expect you to admit to that. How do you account for the best economy in history? How do you account for the record-setting economics you have been enjoying until the current setback? When have you seen all groups, social, racial, economic enjoying such good times.
You apparently are still alive, you apparently still have a job. Get over it.
Call, I normally wouldn't divulge this, but since you are so disappointed with 'the orange one', I'll give you some real results under this administration. I'm this morning reconciling my investments salted away from 42 years in IT, and see that for the thirty days of April, right in the middle of this health mess, my savings actually GREW by $37585.94. That's roughly $1252 per day growth for this 77-year-old retiree.
So, I don't give a sh!t if his hair is pink.
One of the best days of my IT career was the day I told my boss if the problem was so simple he should go fix it himself.