With Trump it is difficult to tell bluster and carney-barker showmanship from serious consideration or actual intention. While clearly a threat, the remark may have been intended only to intimidate, and the ascription of cowardice to the Mexican army only ill-bred.
Forget Mexico, the thickening of the border with more security theater hits Canada. All this from the good old 9/11 commission – the day that changed it all for security.
There’s more opposition to President Trump’s executive order on immigration and one key part to it.
Just the actor changes.
More border guards, more deportations, when will this (Jesuit) rhetoric stop?
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Roch3llo and K talk about the emotional effects of the recent elections.
* Duration: 1:38h, Played: 37:32
* Published: 2016-11-10 11:12:00 PM
* Episode Download Link (45 MB): recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-140628/TS-1126600.mp3
* Show Notes: recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-140628/TS-1126600.mp3
* Episode Feed: TalkBox – recordings.talkshoe.com/rss140628.xml
I like Fred, and Fred likes Trump. Therefore, I should like Trump.
Boy wonder might be on the wrong side of a big wave.
Some amazing lessons with this Trump character.
Imagine you are one of the anti-Trump folks who believe we just elected a racist, sexist, homophobic, anti-semitic, science-denying dictator. Let’s say that’s the movie playing in your mind. That’s some scary stuff.
A Lesson in Cognitive Dissonance blog.dilbert.com/post/153559105081