I have often heard/read that the ideal of American jurisprudence is that it is better that 100 guilty people go free than have a single innocent person be convicted, yet the overwhelming evidence is that the contrary is true, add to that many Americans are comfortable supporting death sentences when we all know innocent people are sometimes executed. How do those facts exist in the shining beacon of liberty and justice we proclaim ourselves to be.
says Fizzyoid on Sep 10th 18 (#822367)
Obama inherited an economy that was in need emergency resuscitation and he managed, in spite of a Republican Congress that vowed to sabotage anything he did, to nurse it back to health and pass a robust economy with a 4% unemployment rate on to Trump. Trump is riding the Obama wave and claiming credit, I doubt he could have done as well. (+2)
says Fizzyoid on Jul 10th 18 (#821151)
Is Trump meeting with Kim the same Chamberlin and Hitler in 1938? (-1)
says Fizzyoid on Jul 9th 18 (#821133)