View Full Version : danger if unintended consequences

John Smith
02-25-2017, 09:01 AM
Our president, his administration, and the congressional Republicans rubber stamping everything he wants scare me. They are driven by something other than the welfare of the American people, and seem to give no long term thought to their actions.
Most of the world believes Climate Change is a real problem. How is that part of the world going to react as our corporations are given a green light to dump their waste in our water and our air? One reaction might be for them to impose sanctions or embargoes on us. It CAN happen.
Undoing most of what the previous president did will tell the world that our ‘word’ is only good until the next election. How might that play out? Why would any country negotiate anything with the US? Why even give us a seat at the table?
This president says things that are blatantly false, such as the relative size of his victory. He seems to have an allergy to facts, and makes decisions and takes actions based on some kind of alternative reality. This is building a home on a foundation of sand.
Keeping “America” safe means keeping “Americans” safe, and that means prioritizing threats based on reality and addressing those threats at the top of the list.
When our president tells us the facts are our enemy, it scares me.

02-26-2017, 03:12 PM
Scary times ....

02-26-2017, 05:23 PM
45 needs to use disinformation to tickle people fears so that his role as protector from bad hombres can be continually reinforced. It's bizarre how effective and counterproductive his strategy is.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WSvtcrSka5s&ebc=ANyPxKqbDiW1X0aUdzmyvCf1NGs2H2xtbeBY5Arwb9SK6N HmLRMjXoqBLdV2JCJqWyQ1pPvQvPFtypl6i1rPHtwfYrfkVf80 Ag


02-27-2017, 03:03 PM
Not random madness.....

> "protector from bad hombres"

The hombres in question were the socialist Sanders, and the Dem HRC , who may have raised taxes for social(or other) causes.

The wall is a distraction.

02-27-2017, 05:26 PM
It's all distraction.