Why do people think that the UK is no longer able to govern itself? That representatives need to be so far away that they never get involved in the day to day of their voters? They think Brexit is bad because they don't feel the country is viable any longer....
Perhaps their negative outlook just doesn't work for the average bloke.
No, being stuck in the EU with no representation is irrelevancy.
Having the country back so that representatives can actually represent is what people voted for.
She knows if her party is out, the remainers are stronger. She is so desperate to stop Brexit that her party is secondary in her concerns.
He didn't argue for emotional attachment, but for an open mindedness to admit a theory is weak and to look for alternatives.
It also works for atheists. Nebraska man is one obvious example.
It is the definition of bigotry. Both so convinced of their views they can't conceive the other might be right.
Not really. You have been very careful to lay out your alinsky tactics over the years. That includes not actually legitimizing your opponent with actual debate. Just insulting people over their religious convictions isn't seriously asking them questions.
And yes, they love God. While you can plant doubts, you can't plant hate. When atheism can offer love, but to a different dogma, then it might be able to compete.
The fact that we hated RINO's that lied about repealing the ACA, and voting to not secure the border doesn't mean we want marxism.
D's better not buy homes in DC, renting might be smarter for them.
So, the flawed and bigoted NY Times gets to decide the nature of everything, and Trump is unreasonable for setting the record straight.
Why does the swamp think anyone takes them seriously?