• Is it true that anybody who disagrees with Trump is a liberal?

    Best answer: Actually the truth about Trump's supporters; Anyone who disagrees with Trump is the enemy!!! Look at the way Trump has been attacking fellow Republicans who oppose him! Just look at the things he's said about John McCain! At least McCain had the guts to do his duty regarding Vietnam!!!! Where was Trump?... show more
    Best answer: Actually the truth about Trump's supporters;

    Anyone who disagrees with Trump is the enemy!!!

    Look at the way Trump has been attacking fellow Republicans who oppose him! Just look at the things he's said about John McCain! At least McCain had the guts to do his duty regarding Vietnam!!!!

    Where was Trump? Oh yeah avoiding VD!!!
    21 answers · Politics · 2 hours ago
  • Need legal advice for a DWI case in Texas?

    Hello, a friend of mine recently was charged with his first DWI in Van Zandt County in east Texas and I just have a few questions about the case. So about 4 months ago he was in a serious car accident (hit a pole) and broke every bone in his legs and totaled the truck. He was careflighted for emergency surgery and... show more
    Hello, a friend of mine recently was charged with his first DWI in Van Zandt County in east Texas and I just have a few questions about the case. So about 4 months ago he was in a serious car accident (hit a pole) and broke every bone in his legs and totaled the truck. He was careflighted for emergency surgery and spent weeks in the hospital and months in a wheelchair. The blood test at the hospital revealed alcohol in his system. Approximately 5 months after this incident he received a letter in the mail saying he has court in September for a DWI, keep in mind he never received a ticket, never heard from or spoke to an officer, and nobody told him in any way that he could be charged with DWI. A couple days after he received this letter he was pulled over in a routine traffic stop and arrested for a DWI warrent he knew nothing about and spent the night in jail. He bonded out and has court in a month. Does anyone have any legal advice or opinions as to what the chances are of this case getting dropped.
    13 answers · Law & Ethics · 15 hours ago
  • After impeachment, what should be done with Trump?

    Best answer: I’m lmfao for real. The mental image of a giant jellyfish eating Agent Orange was priceless.
    Best answer: I’m lmfao for real. The mental image of a giant jellyfish eating Agent Orange was priceless.
    81 answers · Politics · 4 days ago
  • Who do you watch at 9:00 PM?

    Best answer: I watch the back of my eyelids because I have to get up early to go to work.
    Best answer: I watch the back of my eyelids because I have to get up early to go to work.
    19 answers · Politics · 8 hours ago
  • Why do democrats believe that they will win big in the midterm elections?

    Best answer: Because all the signs point to it. 1) The generic ballot, which has been a pretty good predictor of mid term results, shows Democrats with an 8 point lead over Republicans. That's similar to what they had in 2006 when they swamped Republicans in the midterms. 2) Individual polling backs this up. For... show more
    Best answer: Because all the signs point to it.

    1) The generic ballot, which has been a pretty good predictor of mid term results, shows Democrats with an 8 point lead over Republicans. That's similar to what they had in 2006 when they swamped Republicans in the midterms.

    2) Individual polling backs this up. For example, a recent poll showed Democrat Beto O'Rourke trailing Ted Cruz in Texas by just 2 points (within the margin of error). Democrats are doing similarly well in local polling in lots of races around the country.

    3) Actual race results back this up. 2017 saw a Republican bloodbath in Virginia as Democrats won the Governorship by historic margins and erased a Republican supermajority in the state legislator, coming literally within one vote of regaining control. A month later, Democrats managed to win a Senate seat in Alabama of all places. In 2018, Democrats won a House seat in a district which went for Trump by 20 points. Just last week Democrats came within 0.8% of winning a seat in Ohio which Trump had won by 11 points and which the incumbent Republican Congressman had won by 30 points. Those are all astonishing performances which all point to Democrats having tremendous strength behind them.

    If you're going to argue that they won't win then you've got to point to reasons why. I suspect that your reasons are just that you don't want Democrats to win, but that's meaningless as evidence. I think it's also misguided to think, as some conservatives seem to, that Trump will magically save people. The GOP candidate in Virginia tried to run like Trump and he did 8 points worse than the last time he ran for statewide office. Trump has personally campaigned for losing candidates Roy Moore in Alabama and Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania, and for barely winning candidate Troy Balderson in Ohio. Trump seems to be able to play kingmaker within Republican primaries but so far shows no ability to help Republicans in general elections. If he can barely get the Republicans a win in the Ohio 12th then he's going to be useless in more moderate Republican districts in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and California.

    You argue that the Democratic party has "completely fallen apart" but offer no evidence. Again, this seems to be based on nothing but your own wishful thinking. If anything, it seems to be the Republicans who are having real problems. For one thing, they're suffering from a massive wave of retirements this year. IIRC over 40 Republican legislators are retiring, a fact which helps Democrats (since incumbents have an easier time winning). Republicans also seem to have a real difficult job in threading the needle on how to handle Trump. He remains popular among their base, so they need to stay on his good side, but remains unpopular among the general public, so those in competitive districts can't hug him too hard. Republicans also seem to have an embarrassing slate of candidates in many cases. In Virginia their Senate nominee has ties to white supremacists and trails his Democratic opponent by 25 points. In Arizona, one of their candidates in a Senate primary election is a conspiracy theorist who believes in "chemtrails", while another is a convicted felon who already lost an election in the state's most populous region. In Illinois, one Republican candidate is a literal Nazi, as in a member of the Nazi Party. In Florida one of their congressional candidates was caught lying about being a college graduate and then producing a fake diploma when challenged on it. Republicans are also in a bind over what to campaign on this fall. Their only major accomplishment this sessions was the tax cut, but polls show that only about a quarter of Americans support it and it did nothing to help them win in Pennsylvania. Republicans tried culture war issues in Virginia in 2017 but they failed miserably and their replay in the 2018 Senate race seems to be failing just as dismally. In Ohio's 12th district those culture war issues may have worked, but just barely. That doesn't leave them a hell of a lot to put before the voters.
    22 answers · Politics · 18 hours ago
  • How come this President tweets like a teenager, using terms like.....lowlife, wacky? This IDIOT has to go? I'm done with him.?

    Best answer: The president couldn't disrespect his position more if he humped an american flag on stage. Oh....wait.....

    https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/59c...
    Best answer: The president couldn't disrespect his position more if he humped an american flag on stage. Oh....wait.....

    https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/59c...
    20 answers · Military · 9 hours ago
  • Did you know Rosa Parks was a racist?

    Best answer: No. In Rosa Parks' day, racists were not well tolerated in the Civil Rights movement. If she had had the ideas you describe, she would not have made a good litigant in the court case involving segregated buses. She was not the first Black to challenge the seating law. But those who came before her, who... show more
    Best answer: No. In Rosa Parks' day, racists were not well tolerated in the Civil Rights movement. If she had had the ideas you describe, she would not have made a good litigant in the court case involving segregated buses.
    She was not the first Black to challenge the seating law. But those who came before her, who had come to the attention of the organized Civil rights Movement, were not seen as good litigants, and so did not get the same backing that Rosa Parks did.
    25 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • I have a hypothetical question. If there is a recording of Trump using the N-word would he be forced to resign?

    Or is it something Trump could be impeached for?
    Or is it something Trump could be impeached for?
    16 answers · Politics · 28 mins ago