Trump is correct. Having a good relationship with Russia would be a good thing. Russia can help.
Finally, if meddling in elections is such a bad thing, why doesn't the US stop?
Mike "Mish" Shedlock
I'm not sure which expression best defines this whole weird story that's been going on for way more than a year now. First of all there are so many fake news stories going on, but does anybody still believe at this point,Trump really stole the election because of Russia's influence?And after all that we find out that ironically,what was really stolen was the Democratic nomination, and the whole Russia story, imo continues to be a red herring.
russia has at least 20 million consumers that might grab american goods - it has an infrastructure that might benefit form american expertise - on the other side, russia can give america (well christian values, but hey, the LBGTQ and jewish cimmunities won't allow that) a lot of street smarts (chess and algos) plus natural resoruces and a bunch of goodwill. who loses? well LBGTQ and the jewish community - is that an acceptabel price? i say yes, may nothers will say - "but that's just not the politically correct worls we command that you live in!!!"
Clear, concise logic, but the neocons have grabbed the US government, and the MSM by the... This obscene fact is obfuscated, never discussed, or investigated. Trump should dig still deeper.
of course the u.s. should find common ground with Russia and work with them when its to our advantage, but its hard to see Trump is doing any of this with his eyes open
Quickly followed by "I would never call him (Kim jung un) short and fat". Does he think this is some kind of elementary school game? Fucking dotard.
Of course Trump is correct on this one, but if we had a good relationship with Russia, who would we point the finger at for our foreign policy blunders, and how would the military industrial complex sell their spending to the Fing dotards that are against foreign entanglements, except when done by Hillary, Obama, Feinstein, and the other captured career politicians?
We have a president that can't distinguish between "There" and "They're".
"Quickly followed by "I would never call him (Kim jung un) short and fat". Does he think this is some kind of elementary school game?"
Politics is an elementary school game. Just look at their ads at election time. They all tell us their opponent is the scum of the earth.
@ElPoquitoGrande he's a billionaire, what are you?
@ElPoquitoGrande, I can stand a moron for president. It may not be professional, but he got his point across. Besides, it fits right in with the elementary school thing he has going with the world.
I wonder if the press is going to jump on his misspelling....
I too am all for good relations with Russia but we shouldn’t forget the fact that we’re dealing with a very corrupt regime and as such it is not reasonable to assume that we will always agree with/acquiesce to whatever Russia wants.
The price of a Golden Shower
People complaining about there and they're....yeah that's important. Ever hear of text to speech? It gets grammar wrong sometimes.
ElPoquitoGrande, noted, "We have a president that can't distinguish between "There" and "They're"." Well, probably, but not necessarily. "There" could be a correct use, as in, "There they are, always playing politics." Cut it to tweet size, and you would get "There always playing politics." So, spanish little big man, you've jumped to a conclusion which is probable, but short of certain.
Monkeys, typewriters and Shakespeare - I guess it had to happen - maybe in a few million years he'll manage to get lucky with the spelling at the same time, har har. What a half wit those other half wits elected.
"Finally, if meddling in elections is such a bad thing, why doesn't the US stop?"
"Finally, if meddling in elections is such a bad thing, why doesn't the US stop?" - we are the good guys - or do you think America is bad?
Because we are the good guys - unless you think otherwise