God bless us all in the New Year, for the next four, and of course beyond. A “reunification narrative” is going to continue to be pointed toward conservatives as our responsibility. That’s just another liberal left attempt to propagandize and lay some perverse guilt on centrist Americans. We have been moving toward differentiation in fundamental ideology between groups for a very long time in our country, much longer than the last four years. I for one have had it! I don’t want to “reunite” with people who don’t want to “reunite” with me. Where was any effort to reunite with me or respect the will of the majority during the Trump administration? The “trouble” with ideology is that it is a deeply defining set of principles. My ideology is founded on the Constitutional freedoms that have defined our existence under God.
That has to be one of the most annoying people I’ve ever heard. He sounds like an angry teenager who was woken up from a nap.
Screaming at people doesn’t make them want to listen to you.
And his ego reminds me of a helium balloon. But he does a better job than most of monitoring disparate sources of information and bringing things to the forefront.
In other words if you only accept information from people with voices, attitudes,stories, or chests that you approve of you may actually miss some information.
You’re not wrong, Greg, and I do listen to varying views on most topics (I hope that others do too). Still, there are people who aren’t screaming but who have varying views. I also do my best to avoid people who sound like this when they talk, “I mean like, ya know, umm, actually, like you know, umm, ahh, like.”
“You lost me at like, ummm…”
There are many brilliant people who sadly speak a little like that. Musk can be tough sometimes, but he’s truly brilliant and worth listening to. This guy…not so much.
The subject is right about the next four years, but 1/6 is worrisome.
“When the mass of families in a State are without property, then those who were once citizens become virtually slaves. The more the State steps in to enforce conditions of security and sufficiency; the more it regulates wages, provides compulsory insurance, doctoring, education, and in general takes over the lives of the wage-earners, for the benefit of the companies and men employing the wage-earners, the more is this condition of semi-slavery accentuated.”
I guess Hillaire Belloc would not be surprized to see the likes of Apple, Google, FB, and their plans to house imported workforce on the boats off of CA coast.
No matter how socialistic the government rhetoric is, it is for the benefit of the powerful few, and ruin of everyone else