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anonymous:
Globalists running scared.

HAHAHAHAh

TRUMP 2020!
3:37 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
Publius:
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3:45 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
webOS & BB10 forever:
The more Gruber attacks Trump, the closer Gruber is to checking himself into Arkham Asylum. At least he has something to write about everyday for the next four years other than Apple.
3:58 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
Dicknose:
I'm not so sure that I like Trump.

But boy oh boy do I love all the fucking crocodile tears from these left crybabies.
4:15 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
Not Anonymous:
So it's good when Obama gives idealistic speeches... bad when Trump does it... gotcha.
5:05 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
ohm:
Conspiracy theories like the wage gap? Like the need for affirmative action, or any other progressive social truth whose core is ideological correlation = causation fallacy?

Obama is as much a conspiracy theorist, he's just on the right side. His conspiracies are the ones more people, or at least, the right people, accept.
5:48 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
anonymous:
No crocodile tears, just cringing. Did you see the attendance gigapixel picture, in which only kellyanne conway on meth expressed some candor ?

Or even the concerts, hahah :D more like a retirement home christmas ball.
These seem to have been so pathetic they were censored....
9:13 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
Not Anonymous:
I think you don't know what the word candor means, and that's making it hard to parse your first sentence.

If the inaugural ball photos were censored... how do you know they resembled a retirement home Christmas party?

Of course they weren't censored... they main event started at 11 pm and reams of photos are readily available.
11:16 am — Saturday, 21 January 2017
Anonymous®:
You guys buy all this Trump dollar-store "very, very" patriotic babble? Trump is just dusting off a copy of 80s AMERICA and trying to reboot it - but there are no working drivers for it anymore. State crash imminent.
3:14 pm — Saturday, 21 January 2017
anonymous:
The Economist is confusing two different things. The solutions themselves ARE simple, and can be summed up by paraphrasing Reagan: "Government IS the problem."

The complexity comes from politics itself and the difficulty of actually implementing the solutions.
6:29 pm — Saturday, 21 January 2017
Not Anonymous:
The complexity comes from implementing and maintaining sweeping top-down solutions created by other sweeping-top down solutions, all brought to us by the neoliberal elite.
7:13 pm — Saturday, 21 January 2017
anonymous:
Can you guys think of anything worse than waking up on that flying boat in the Matrix?

Having to live on a flying boat, with niggers, eating cum three times a day? That's a terrifying future.

I'll take the blue pill, thanks.
11:21 pm — Saturday, 21 January 2017
DanglingSackball:
Dropping N-bombs, anonymous? Tres gauche. Also, what the hell are you talking about?

#MAGA!
12:21 am — Sunday, 22 January 2017
Dicknose:
>Having to live on a flying boat, with niggers, eating cum three times a day? That's a terrifying future.

What in the fuck are you talking about?

You sound like a homeless person talking to a building in an alley.
1:32 am — Sunday, 22 January 2017
Stroke! Stroke!:
There are easy solutions to everything if you have the will to implement them. That's what strategy is about, and it's surprising that the Economist has let their emotions cloud their judgement..

Brexit: "just say no" and people did. Simple.
4:19 am — Sunday, 22 January 2017
Stroke! Stroke!:
"The USSR has to go." Simple, direct, and accomplished.
6:42 pm — Sunday, 22 January 2017
Flying Fuck!:
Alternative Rhetoric!
4:51 pm — Monday, 23 January 2017
Going Going Gone!:
For people like Gruber who don't get it: by the time an issue reaches the top it's been so mangled that it really turns into a "what do I want" kind of problem.

Does it align to our strategy or not? How well does this lead towards our goal?

In business it's easier, because there are lots of metrics that you can use.

In government it's tougher, because the metrics are really fuzzy. And political metrics usually trump policy metrics unless you want to pay the price for ignoring the political metrics.
7:20 pm — Monday, 23 January 2017
Anonymous®:
@Going Going Gone!: mmmmetrics
7:59 pm — Monday, 23 January 2017
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