Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Wrong, Jan 8, 2020.
No, no! This has to be bad! @It will be fine , give me a negative angle here!
And yet you cu cks make fun of anyone who protests Drumpf. ing hilarious you can't see your own hypocrisy. SMH....
Give me the bad news here, Mak!
The bad news is Drumpf = The Ayatollah.
Hmmmm. Supporting people who are protesting against what y’all pretend trump is.
You know an actual dictator that orders them shot, sold back to their families and refused a funeral.
I support Iranians protesting against their government, it’s tyrannical.
If only Trump had handled this Iran stuff like Obama did!
Their would be a plane full of 176 people still alive.
And a lot more dead people everywhere else.
Drumpf isn't saving any lives. Ttku....
Definitely not saving the lives of terrorists like Hussein did.
Same ing difference. Drumpf is a tyrannical dictator as Castro was.
You shouldn’t consider him a dictator just because the hard left-controlled Democratic Party will ensure he gets another 4 years in office.
Not necessarily. No excuses please.
Drumpf is worse, producing more terrorists.
You mean Castro that dude the democrat party was slobbering all over with drooling eulogies?
People like you, who have no conviction, would be the ones who insure his re-elction .
I’m for healthcare, the environment, science and education. I’m not for far left extremists.
The Washington post would never write something this glowing about Trump.
No I mean Castro, the Republican boogie man of the Caribbean.
Read your own article. Lol
He was among the world’s most repressive leaders, a self-appointed president-for-life who banned free speech, freedom of assembly and a free press, and who executed or jailed thousands of political opponents.
He abolished Christmas as an official holiday for nearly 30 years. While he dispatched Cuban-educated doctors and Cuban-developed vaccines to the poorest corners of Latin America, Cubans in central Havana found pharmacy shelves empty of medicine, and many lived in apartments in which they used buckets in their kitchens as toilets.
With almost theatrical relish, Mr. Castro taunted 10 successive U.S. presidents, who viewed the Cuban leader variously as a potential courier of Armageddon, a blowhard nuisance, a dangerous dictator, a fomenter of revolution around Latin America, a serial human rights abuser or an irrelevant sideshow who somehow hung on after the collapse of communism almost everywhere else.
Separate names with a comma.