Sunday, March 31, 2019

Omar Refuses To Condemn Gays Being Stoned To Death Under Sharia Law, Violence Against Israel From Hamas

By Daily Wire, March. 29, 2019

There’s long been a somewhat competitive relationship between the power of governors and legislators to make law and the ability of voters to overturn what the politicians wrought and/or make law themselves via the initiative process.

However in recent years that relationship has evolved from merely competitive to something approaching hostility.
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1 comment:

  1. I don't see why Larry took a shot at Trump for being clumsy (or some such word) in how he articulates things. Does that mean Larry wants Trump to be smooth, even slick, in his articulations? Larry stated early in his interview how great Obama's speeches were which impressed him, and Larry seemed to believe him largely. 63,000,000 million voters seem to like Trump's street level conversational approach, and sometimes earthy. If Trump became professorial, that would be hated by most of his voters. But I'm glad Larry did correct Shapiro on the Charlotteville comment. I listened to Trump's full speech on it, and I read the transcript. Shapiro is totally wrong about it. He shouldn't be so influenced by left lies. That makes me not trust Shapiro. Thank heaven, Trump does nothing that Larry nor Shapiro thinks he should do. Why why why would a successful personality and tactics be changed?


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