Jim has made multiple racist remarks against ‚Äúwhite‚ÄĚ people, he has made pro-death statements, he is not a big fan about receiving correction, he utilizes double standards in his argumentation, etc. etc.
All while claiming to be a Christian. I have offered to debate him over three times on abortion, and I think twice on politics, but he has denied all my offers.
123 Mississippi, I can't think of an instance where I made a quote unless I showed it to be something that I didn't like, but it was almost always with something that I did like and agree with‚ĚóÔłŹūüĎć Do I agree with everything with Michael Bloomberg, of course not, but he certainly more sensible than the thing in the White House
He certainly has been an activist when it comes to climate change, but I worry more about the pollution side of things, but as soon as you take care of pollution, the climate stuff would probably take care of itself anyway.
He also had an idea of an extra tax on soft drinks, which is healthy Etc., but it almost comes under the title of regulating morality, which I usually attack. So almost all the comments I put up I agree with. The people, sometimes the sources, especially, I really don't have too much use for. I even quoted from The NewAmerican (New German) once or twice and I have no use for the John Birch Society. So Mr. Bloomberg's comment on Mr. Trump has my seal of imprimatur just like most of the comments of Senator Sasse, Corker, and Flake do about Trump.
I won't even quote an article about Trump and Melania going to Iraq, I really hadn't read it, but I assume Melania was out there to run interference for Trump.
"Jim" does an original thought ever enter your head? would you like to share it with us? all I ever get from your comments is a collection of things you get from others. Maybe I don't speak for the other 5 or 6 posters here, but I would rather read what Jim thinks, not Michael Bloomberg or whoever.
123 Mississippi, perhaps getting our troops out of Syria and Afghanistan could have been smart moves. I don't think Afghanistan can ever be civilized,. as I read once of what one commentator said, and I will emphasize it's not that he did it it's how he did it--not with due deliberation. I really hope the following person runs for President
Michael R. Bloomberg wrote: .... On Thursday, one of the last remaining seasoned and respected professionals at the top of the administration announced his resignation, for reasons he explained in a letter that was as courteous as it was devastating. On Saturday, government services were (yet again) shut down because of the quarrel between Congress and the White House over the president‚Äôs obsession with a border wall that won‚Äôt work but will waste billions of taxpayer money. And in between, the stock market dove to its worst week since 2011, as investors concerned about Trump‚Äôs taste for trade wars delivered a vote of no-confidence.
Each of these mistakes has a common denominator: Trump‚Äôs recklessly emotional and senselessly chaotic approach to the job.....
excerpt from, "Trump Rings in the New Year in the Worst Possible Way"
I pray that God will reveal to our leaders the need to remove all US involvement in Afghanistan. I pray that God will reveal to our leaders the need to protect our borders, especially with Mexico, where nearly anyone at any time of day or night can cross over. What does that mean for all those making applications at US embassies and consulate offices throughout the world? It means they are 'chumps' for doing things legally. And then, what is worse for the humble US citizen obeying laws, going to church on Sundays and Wednesday nights, Saturday morning men's pancake breakfasts, Friday night youth group meetings, is that these newcomers entering willy-nilly can then vote in US elections! So, why bother voting?
Everyone knows how generous President Trump is, may we assume that he contributed to this effort?
CNN wrote: The National Park Foundation said in its statement Monday that the site was closed...and had remained closed because of the partial government shutdown. But support from the National Park Service‚Äôs charitable foundation allowed the site to reopen on Christmas Eve....
‚ÄúThe National Park Foundation and hundreds of local philanthropic organizations and other park partners are always working to help ensure all people have access to our treasured national parks,‚ÄĚ read a statement from Will Shafroth, president of the National Park Foundation....
excerpt from, "National Christmas Tree site reopens during shutdown"