The question is do you exchange a real billionaire racist for a millionaire racist? Bloomberg's racism isn't subtle, it just doesn’t come with the same 'flare' as Trump's. Does it make it less offensive?
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His expansion of the notoriously racist stop-and-frisk program is a complete and nonnegotiable deal breaker.
Mike Bloomberg directly caused real pain, trauma, and harm to people that I personally know and love. That’s not rhetoric. His decisions, policies, and personal directives ruined the actual lives of countless men, women, boys, girls, and families all over New York City. Many will never recover.
On many occasions, Trump has gestured to Article II of the Constitution as the source of this authority. He has barely hidden his enthusiasm for this clause and the powers he believes it confers upon him. “It gives me all of these rights, at a level nobody has ever seen before,” he gushed at one point.
In my opinion, the Feds lowering or raising of their rate to banks is more symbolic than the impact it has on the economy. I'm not saying this activity doesn't have an impact, financially, I'm saying it also has a psychological impact as well, that extends beyond the banking system.
The Oscars were never meant to be diverse, and we can stop pretending as if they were
Checkout ranking of the top R&B Groups of the 70's & 80;s
We are way past a constitutional crisis. I didn’t expect Trump to be removed from office but the impeachment trial, if you want to call it that, put the country at DEFCON 1, as a democracy. DEFCON stands for Defense (DEF) readiness Condition (CON). DEFCON 5 is the normal peacetime condition and DEFCON 1 is when we are on the brink of war, like nuclear war.
When President Trump is acquitted by the Senate on Wednesday afternoon, he’ll surely take from it the message that he can continue abusing his powers however he sees fit to corrupt the 2020 election