"the nuclear family, or has "family values" sprouted a new definition?
Sorry guys but your antebellum presidents are totally unknown here - apart from Washington and Jefferson which I knew but the rest...
There's an entertaining miniseries on John Adams that was produced by HBO a few years back. Worth a download.
regardless whoever is President.
The job is not easy. The most important thing is Our Presidents in th epast and current and future will always be # 1 because we are The United States Of America.
I am in awe of the 45 men who listed as The President of The United States of America. We are the greatest country on this earth.
Yes, we have our ups and downs and we are not perfect and we only make up 5 percent of the World's population; yet We are the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. All 45 men deserve our respect for the office and all 45 served.
Thanks to all of Our Presidents.
if you watch grey's anatomy you have Wilson and Pierce. Pretty Little Liars : Harding (Ian). Indiana Jones : Harrison and Ford. Garfield : Garfield. Imagine those characters together and you'll remember them
"There's Taylor, there's Tyler, there's Fillmore and there's Hayes. There's William Henry Harrison: 'I died in thirty days!'"
Also remembered Chester A. Arthur from Die Hard 3.
He was a good president, an even better family man, and an amazing human being. May he rest in peace.
compared to Trump, anyone looks good.
The Mueller investigation created a legal framework whereby Mueller's team could find Trump either "not guilty" or "not not guilty." If you read the actual report they make it clear that they are finding Trump "not not guilty." The evidence is there, but they left it up to Congress to do anything about it. Also, Mueller makes it clear that since COLLUSION is not a legal term in the United States what was being investigated was criminal obstruction of justice and criminal conspiracy, things for which enormous amounts of evidence are detailed over the 400 pages, and part of why almost everyone in the Trump administration and campaign is currently either in jail, awaiting sentencing, making plea deals or under investigation.
Lord forgive me...
Can you please strandardise the acceptable spellings.
Read paragraph #2
Everybody has that one they just refuse to acknowledge as existing as President, don't they?
Politics aside, though, he should be removed as soon as possible. No telling what damage he could do with even one more year in office. It's already going to take generations to repair what's been done.
P.S. I think Warren and Sanders would crush Trump in a general election, as well.
I'm still hopeful that America will come to reject him this year, but the economy often plays a major role in elections and that alone might be enough for him to win a second term.
Even if that were true... dumb poor people are easily convinced en masse to vote against their own interests. I mean, some poor out-of-work red stater being convinced that a born-wealthy New York trust fund narcissist is somehow their guy and going to stick up for them, when he truly couldn't care less, is a good example of this. It might actually be for their own good that stupid people lose the right to vote. You think that if people who were engaged, informed, who had the capacity to understand what was going on in the world.. that would lead to greater inequality? Based on what?? In theory giving everyone the vote gives politicians reason to consider everyone's needs... but again I would point to reality... what does this actually produce in practice? It certainly does not lead to one party giving a crap about the needs of the poor or minorities.
And did you honestly just say that you'd rather have Trump as president than Thomas Jefferson? Was that a typo or are you serious? I suspect you might be one of the people not following what's going on.
As for Trump, you don't need to convince me of his ignorance, incompetence, total lack of values and integrity, etc. Covid has certainly strengthened your point of his disastrous influence as an individual, although I am not sure how much can be blamed on the president and how much on a country that bets on risk more than on a social safety net, and where health care is rather hard to access for the poor. But the fact that America is a
"they may manipulate votership.. but as of now there is a limit" ... No there is not. Donald Trump was actively murdering his own voters in the last weeks of his campaign. His superspreader rallies directly killed at least 700 people. He murdered Hermann Cain. He announced to a group of retiree voters in Florida that because coronavirus doesn't kill young people it affects "virtually nobody." And he did all of this trusting that these people would be stupid enough to vote for him anyway. As he said, he could shoot someone on 5th Avenue and he still would not lose any votes. And he's right. There is no bottom to this behavior. We have seen, over and over again, that there is no bottom. As long as dumb people are being brainwashed by Fox News etc, the people in power can do literally
And if the electorate consisted of intelligent, well-informed, educated people who were able to discern the difference between fact and unfounded conspiracy theory, who were capable of critical thinking and abstract thought, and capable of considering bigger issues than whether or not Joe Biden is part of the Satanic child-eating cabal that runs Hollywood, that would also be a good thing. And of course this group of voters would include people of all "racial" backgrounds, all socioeconomic backgrounds, all genders, et cetera.
But what the Trump Administration has been doing is absurd. He claims that even if they find one or two illegal ballots, the state should flip to him(this exists in biden states only).
He claims that the democrats stole the election, but I’m seeing more and more republicans committing voter fraud(I’m not trying to imply all republicans are bad).
Did you hear about the 33rd Senate Seat in Florida? The tight battle was won by the republicans by just 32 votes. 32 votes. However, it turned out a republican registered himself as a third party liberal, to draw away votes from the democrat.
There were also instances of republicans in michigan telling people it was okay to vote on the 4th of November .
If Voter Fraud exists(and if it does, I’m sure both parties do it), it needs to be tackled. But whats happening now is horrible to democracy.
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Whether you like it or not I do not see Trump's presidency as a failure. The economy has grown a lot under Trump's presidency (The market crash happend because of Covid19 and Saudi Russian oil crisis), very low unemployment rate, removing troops from the Middle-East, not started any war , solving migration problems, crime rates have decreased and many more positive things. I think that Trump is doing good. The problem I see with politics in the US is that both the Republican party as the Democratic party are corrupt and rotten to the core and that the people of the US should see this to and just ditch both. Also the electoral college is vastly outdated and should be abolished to remove the now present two party system. This system should just be replaced by a popular vote system so that one party cannot have so easily a majority. 1/2
That is what I wanted to say about. 2/2
I've been reading all the comments, and I really don't get how a US presidents quiz turned into a battleground between people who support Trump and people who oppose him
Scotland had 6 King James, England only 2 (James the 1st being James VI of Scotland). Neither nation recognises the legitimacy of King LeBron James, although oddly the USA, on paper a monarchy-free republic, does.