Better to worry about it now than next September.
Like when it, the flag, was burned by Maxine Waters supporters?
Trump could never come close to the things Left has done to disrespect our flag.
I want to know what happened to the Republican Party???
What would it be like to have this man come up to you, kiss you and then grab you by the pussy?
destruction of the flag as a constitutional form of protest
Hell, he couldn't even be bothered to fight for it.
Pete Davidson, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his terrible impersonation of me tonight on SNL, is a punk kid. Pete, it was agony for those who were forced to watch your ridiculous hairline. Bring back Steve Martin, funnier and a far greater talent! Sad!!!!!!!!
10:12 PM - 2 Mar 2019
Even people who don’t want to vote for Warren admit that she is uncommonly smart. The fact that all that intellect was almost lost to us because of the cost of childcare should be a bigger deal. Multiply that one potential loss by generations’ worth of women’s talents.
When he knew you would allow it? He implied those women did. Do not tell us there are not women who would have no problem with it.
What happened is that those women were so stunned and horrified that they were accosted in such a manner, they froze. It ISN"T "allowing" someone to do it.
When he knew you would allow it...
WANTS a stranger to come up to them,
For the first time, I just listened to Pete Buttigieg. I am impressed!
My god. I can't believe someone would type those words and leave it long enough where you can't edit it out.
We know that the right is betting on a negative response from their "Socialism!" alarums. But they really don't have any choice. They aren't going to be making electoral gains with non-base voters. So demonization and fear-mongering (aside from the constant lies) are what's left for them.
Defending his position only makes you look suspiciously like a perv.
Mitch McConnell hopes to turn the Green New Deal into an electoral nightmare. But polling shows the voting public may be more aligned with Ocasio-Cortez than Republicans think.
When A.O.C. first arrived in Washington, conservatives tried to dismiss her as an incoherent, if savvy, social-media presence. But mockery of her millennial quirks only backfired. (“If I could stand on a train track and wave a big flag and say, ‘Stop attacking her appearance. Stop attacking her clothes. Stop attacking her apartment’—I would,” National Review Online media critic Stephen L. Miller bemoaned to me last November). For a time, she appeared politically unassailable. New lines of attack, such as a proposed 70-percent marginal tax rate, have proven equally fruitless. Polls showed A.O.C.’s tax plan was broadly popular with voters, including with 45 percent of Republicans. Few people outside of the core Fox News demographic seem to believe that the U.S. is on the verge of becoming socialist Venezuela.
“It’s crazy. It’s loony,”
Of course, Trump isn’t necessarily the political genius he imagines himself to be—and neither, for that matter, is McConnell. Though the latter has a track record of conniving legislative successes, he may have misjudged the perception of the Green New Deal beyond the conservative echo chamber. In fact, according to one recent poll, a majority of Americans from both parties say they support the deal—including 64 percent of all Republicans, and 57 percent of self-identified conservative Republicans. A second poll indicated that 43 percent of Americans are more open to raising taxes on carbon emissions to pay for the deal, compared to 38 percent who opposed the move. At this point, a show vote may inadvertently boost the Democrats McConnell intended to target.