It's a tragic disability Derek, causes total disintegration of the backbone. Trump is a sufferer, it prevented him joining the military but then he had an incredible recovery - a miraculous recovery, the best recovery - and got out of his wheelchair the next day and played a round of golf - the best round of golf ever, 18 under par. (We're still waiting for the Mueller investigation into his scorecard.)
Not read anything as usual I jump in with both feet ,but just think she should at least respect her country and the national anthem , think it’s just the way I put things , but think it’s usually clear what I mean,, if maybe bit over the top at times ,but not to worry
kay says it’s an art ive got ,,,same as talking before my brain starts to work. Or something what sounds like that
Trump to four female members of Congress
“go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came”.
So that is New York, Detroit, Cincinnati and one who was born in Somalia.
What happened to
Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door.
What happened to respecting those who arrive from a refugee camp aged 12 and succeeds in het career?
Democratic dissent is not disloyalty, it is a positive civic duty
“Stuck up bitch”? - what a loathsome and inappropriate thing to say.
Unimpressed sir. We live in 2019 ffs.
Hs comments disgust me. his supposed justification and those of his appeasers is awful.
I have two English, black friends, ( I am sad I even have to mention colour) who now live, legally in the US, both with US born children.
I am worried for them, their children and their family.
As for ‘going home’ one calls home New Cross, the other Queens Park. Though they of course now call the USA ‘home’.
Are you referring to Mr Trump or Derek, I've lost track.
Oh, and for the record, calling someone a stuck up bitch is awful too.
Sometimes we need to stick to our principles. These dilemmas haven’t come up too often in my life, luckily, I recall refusing to go to South Africa on behalf of a company during apartheid and I would most certainly refuse an honour if offered due to my republican views. I also remember refusing to work on an image when I was a retoucher of ducklings walking over a war memorial, the photographer thought it was some kind of statement of ‘re-birth’. I felt that these brave souls didn’t die to be part of some crass art piece.
Derek, you can respect your flag and not respect the head of state.
...the stuck up bitch...
Do you know the lady in question, Derek? If not, on what grounds do you make this assertion?
(Or, it pains me to ask, are you simply shooting from the hip, Trump-style, with no evidence to back up your statement?)