So you thought Trump's entire hateful, xenophobic platform was a joke? But that's what the people elected him on. All of his hateful rhetoric about building walls and cutting themselves off from the rest of the world, and his straight-up lies about bringing back all those long-dead factory jobs that just aren't economically feasible.
i haven't really heard anything hateful/xenophobic stuff from trump. lets see the wall.. that's to stop ILLEGAL immigrants from entering America easily. i don't care what anyone else says those people are bad people since they are just skipping the line and jumping into America when other people try very hard to get here, then they start feeding off welfare without even paying taxes. deport all of them (unless they are willing to comply with the process to become a citizen, and pay taxes) those people have screwed up my life so i hope they get kicked out, and never come back unless they follow the rules everyone follows. as for the Chinese he just talks about cutting off reliance on Chinese corporations/factories.
as for the factory jobs last time i checked car manufacturing, metal working, etc. are still a thing. while we might not be getting as rich off it as the Chinese we have better environmental standards, and better working conditions.
But you aren't the supposed leader of the free world.
He shows all the signs of someone who doesn't like reading. Doesn't ever want to talk about books, is never seen reading them, wants extremely detailed, sensitive reports condensed down into a couple of pages; the only things he likes to read are things about him.
NY Magazine has been around for about fifty years so I doubt their website is sketchy. Web development is a pain in the rear and you have to cater for dozens of different browsers and resolutions. Sometimes even websites for well-established organizations can have some issues.
wth does this have to do with anything? so what if I'm the president or just some random kid as long as i get the job done correctly, and on time does it really matter if i like doing something or not?
again i show signs of someone who doesn't like reading yet that doesn't mean i dislike reading. "extremely detailed" reports can likely be condensed into a few pages if you remove all the pointless filler words, and useless information. maybe just like me he is tired off all the irrelevant/pointless stuff in the reports and he just wants to know whats wrong, how bad is it, how long has this been going on, etc? I'm pretty sure that these reports are filled with stuff like that, because that type of writing is all they teach in school so its likely used everywhere.
somewhat understandable yet the design of the website still seems a little sketchy to me, other than that they are still missing their sources, and actual proof of such things
Is everyone who complains about Trump being a vile human being a social justice warrior? Additionally, complaining about things like
also in today's world everyone will now yell at you if you say anything like how you dislike the way the majority of certain races/culture act in an area (for example if i say i dislike the way most African Americans act, it's highly likely that many people will yell at me for being racist) is a surefire way to upset people, dude. That's a terrible thing to complain about. Even with using that 'most' qualifier people will see it as you generalizing the behavior of some minority group down to some racial stereotype.
no not everyone who complains about trump is an SJW, hell i complain about him (I'm mostly annoyed about his dislike for environmental protection, but taking care of the environment is our responsibility... the government can help a little but i place most of the blame on civilians) and I'd like him to stop with the exaggerations.
that's why i said in a certain area. generalizing a whole race across the earth/country is improper, generalizing a race in a city is ok to me. lets see i drive into a neighborhood in Chicago and lock my doors.. there I'm "racist" because it just so happens a lot of the crime there is from African Americans. generalizing is an important thing to do since it gives you an idea how how you should act, or how careful you should be in a certain area based on your surroundings though in no way does that mean you should be disrespectful about it.
also it just so happens that stereotypes are true most of the time (or at least from my experience) hell pretty much all my experiences with African Americans within San Francisco-San Jose-LA-Oakland-Fremont are the same as those stereotypes. pretty much everyone of that skin color was sitting on the street homeless, running around swearing at each other, getting high out in public, littering/making a mess, etc. luckily i had a half African American friend years ago, seen many property acting/clothed ones (less than the others), and just have common sense that they are not all like that. but with the evidence/data iv been provided i feel its safe to assume that while not all, but most of the younger African Americans in these areas are sketchy.
is this racist? no it inst. racism is a blind hatred towards a race for their skin color/origin. i use the way people look to get an idea of how i should act, and what i should watch out for to keep my self safe. if people didn't generalize its likely there would be far more people getting killed/hurt/robbed, and possible there would be far more hate between people
But it was the platform he ran on. It's what he said he'd do as president. You can't just pick out the things you liked about his platform whilst disregarding the rest of the stuff you don't like as 'talk' and things he's not gonna do.
Chicago didn't even have the highest murder rate in the US last year.
Also, he tweeted his threat out about five minutes after some statistics were aired on Bill O'Reilly. It's entirely possible that he literally watches TV, gets angry at it and then makes decisions based on what enrages him.
Obama said he is going to fix healthcare, did he fix it? no he screwed it up more. just because someone says something doesn't mean they are going to do it. hopefully this doesn't happen with trump, though with the way trump words stuff it sounds like a joke to me.
oh look Oakland, and San Francisco are on that list... most likely from those white business men, college students, and Asian tourist, right? diffidently not the sketchy looking people.
though does it even matter if Chicago isn't the worst? things are still bad over there, and its a very large/old city so he should take action over there "228 shootings in 2017 with 42 killings" if this is true i am heavily disappointment in humanity. just send the feds into all of those cities... see a random black guy with a unregistered gun arrest him, see them littering arrest them, vandalizing stuff? arrest them. San Francisco is a pretty nice city though I'd likely enjoy it a lot more if it was cleaned up (hell give the ones who are willing the opportunity to clean the streets), and if i didn't feel like I'm going to get robbed/attacked in certain parts of the city because I'm white.
i feel that the wall is a little exaggerated, i do believe there is going to be a wall but its likely not going to be the massive great wall of America type thing. i do not believe we will ever have a complete ban on Muslims, but i wouldn't be too against that. i do not believe all illegal immigrants will be deported, but again I'm not against the idea. i do not believe we will completely move all jobs back here, but i do believe that quite a few jobs will move back. there are lots more but iv already spend quite some time typing this.