22 Jun '19 03:22>
This is amusing.
"What does Biden have in common with Trump? Delusional nostalgia.
The former vice-president’s unrepentant sexism appeals to a vision
of the past based more in fantasy than reality."
"The former vice-president and current Democratic presidential
frontrunner is pitchin ...[text shortened]... th cruel little jokes. His supporters are still laughing."
Joe Biden clearly belongs to the past.
@duchess64 saidThat reminds me, what is the price of tea in China again?
In China, old people are traditionally valued much more than they would be in the USA.
But would that stop Whodey from loathing or demonizing the Chinese and their culture?
@tobias9122 saidTobias9122 hastens to defend another hateful right-wing American troll.
Put he bottle down.. you're making a fool of yourself.
@duchess64 saidPlease read at least the first paragraph above. Can you not agree that this is the way Donald Trump is? There is a lot in here basically saying how weak and political Biden.
"You can be everybody in Washington’s best buddy, or you can move the country
toward justice, but you cannot do both. This is because there are powerful political
figures standing in the way of justice, and the steps you need to take are going to alienate them.
Bide ...[text shortened]... den may not be quite actively evil like Donald Trump, in my view,
Joe Biden seems morally bankrupt.
@averagejoe1 saidWhy is the obstinately ignorant (at best) right-wing troll Averagejoe1
Please read at least the first paragraph above. Can you not agree that this is the way Donald Trump is? There is a lot in here basically saying how weak and political Biden.
But my point is not about Biden. It is about Trump who is not weak, and he who is not political. Be careful what you wish for.
@whodey saidYes, well, it was also a time of the last Republican president with a soul, Eisenhower.
I realize you despise that time period because older people were still valued.
It was a time when minds were changing towards Civil Rights as many whites championed Civil Rights like the Rev. Billy Graham. In fact, Ike was the first to get the ball rolling regarding Civil Rights, and yes, he was a white male Republican.