This shouldn't surprise you.
Empty suits like Obama delegate everything. Men of action get their hands dirty.
12:40 am — Saturday, 25 March 2017
>At a meta level...
Oh shut the fuck up you pretentious douche bag.
1:17 am — Saturday, 25 March 2017
To Be Fair:
>Empty suits like Obama delegate everything. Men of action get their hands dirty.
The only thing Trump gets his "hands dirty" with are his pathetic little whiny personal feuds.
When it comes to the business of government or running his own businesses, he just lets everybody else do it for him.
And Obama was the opposite of an "empty suit." He was a Statesman, with a very deep knowledge of law and government and how it all works, and was a workaholic who was deeply involved in the process.
Trump watches TV during important government briefings, and takes weekends off golfing, when he's not getting in petty Twitter fights.
You must be using those "alternative facts" more commonly known as lies.
3:06 am — Saturday, 25 March 2017
Is Robert Costa not American? I'd think a reporter for WP would know the spelling is *lede*.
4:06 am — Saturday, 25 March 2017
If Mr. Costa is American, then the changes of not knowing proper grammar are way higher compared to citizen on any civilized nation.
11:09 am — Saturday, 25 March 2017
If anyone wants to give me money, last week and this week are wide open.
Get in touch, lets make a deal.
4:45 pm — Saturday, 25 March 2017
@To Be Retarded:
>He was a Statesman
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Are you done sucking Obama's dick?
7:50 pm — Saturday, 25 March 2017
No, he's not done.
9:53 pm — Saturday, 25 March 2017
The real statesman.
1:11 pm — Sunday, 26 March 2017
Just wait until this summer when the topless photos pop up of Trump and Putin frolicking in the sand together.
Rachel Maddow's head will explode live on air like a watermelon at a Gallagher show.
4:17 pm — Sunday, 26 March 2017
> Men of action get their hands dirty.
hah! that jackass couldn't pass his bill with a majority in the house. i guess he 'got his hands dirty' by playing with a big rig instead of trying to get votes, and then he blamed the democrats, even though it was republicans that revolted. way to be a leader and pass the buck.
5:22 pm — Sunday, 26 March 2017
oh, and then as soon as it fails, he wants to move on to something else - tax reform in this case. attention span and temperament of a 6 year old. someone should just park that big rig on the lawn of the white house and let him play in it every day, and let adults work.
5:24 pm — Sunday, 26 March 2017
Isn’t it “bury the lede”?
8:00 pm — Monday, 27 March 2017
>Isn’t it “bury the lede”?
Both "lede" and "lead" are correct.
In the US "bury the lede" is more common than "bury the lead".
The rest of the world tends to use "bury the lead" more often than "lede".
Point is both are interchangeable and correct no matter where you are.
5:33 pm — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
This is a two star post from Grubs.
8:42 pm — Tuesday, 28 March 2017
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