Right. You gotta think iambic pentameter. More troubling is his use of "that" when "who" would have worked just as well, and kept the meter.
It's nice to know the Donald thinks before reacting:
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump thinks the United States will not see another black president for some time because Barack Obama has "set a very poor standard," the billionaire businessman, entertainer and Republican presidential candidate told ABC News on Sunday. Trump -- who has questioned whether Obama was born in the United States and was once sued by the Justice Department because the management of his apartment complexes allegedly discriminated against black tenants -- also thinks he'll win the black vote.
Trump responded to a question on the show about a tweet he sent last year saying America would not see another black president for generations because of how poorly he thought Obama had done.
"He has done nothing for African Americans. You look at what's gone on with their income levels. You look at what's gone on with their youth. I thought that he would be a great cheerleader for this country. I thought he'd do a fabulous job for the African American citizens of this country. He has done nothing," Trump said.
"They have problems now in terms of unemployment numbers, look at their unemployment numbers. And you have -- here you have a black president who's done very poorly for the African Americans of this country," Trump said. "I think that I will win the African American vote and I think I will win the Hispanic vote."
If we can afford to include erectile dysfunction in adult health care plans, surely we can afford to pay for infant health care.
that is right Boeing shills Airbus year to date is over 43% return closing in on 50 center return per dollar Boeing is at a dime return on a dollar investment including dividends Boeing is closing in on 11 whole cents for each dollar invested but then Boeing does have problems of delay and cost over runs with the tanker and the 787
OK, I get it now. The logic to us modern day types is "He who never felt a wound jests at scars" but that's not poetic enough for Billy Shake.
well at least Boeing has six shills pumping their stock is it working 10% says no airbus up over 43% would you rather get dime return on your dollar investment(BOEING) or fifty cents ?(AIRBUS) If you want a 50% return you invest in Airbus , if you want a dime you invest in Boeing take that to the bank Boeing shills
remember thumbs down without a comment from the Boeing shills means I am 100% right and so are the analysts Boeing stock this year is up 10% Airbus stock is up 43% which is better/ Last year Boeing lost 5% so your stock has recovered half of your long term loss so investors your up 5% that puts you in the lower third of the Dow , and airbus stock was way up in 2014 so I guess you are still losing opportunity cost
Boeing shills I suggested you buy my stock NFLX a month prior to the split you missed a 30% gain, my stock NFLX is now up up 135% year to date and I have 7 shares value now for each one I had prior to the split . right after the split I left my profits in and took my original investment money off the table. went back in last week with the original investment money and am up 5% already in NFLX
More freedom for the corporations means less freedom for citizens,. I think propagandists have over-simplified the issues for you so you are conflating two very different things (corporate power and civil liberties) as "freedom".
When the founding fathers were alive, a corporation could be chartered only for activities that were deemed to be in the public interest, and only for a period of five years, at which time the charter would have to be renewed.
Iran doesn't really even want nuclear weapons, but you have to admit, they built a hell of a bargaining chip.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Aren't you the one that advocates that the government should force pregnant women to have babies even if they don't want to have babies?
july numbers fmh wow how many were costing the Boeing company 30 million loss each
Right now the Iranians have enriched uranium up to about 20% U235 which is not enough for a weapon yet.
Note that uranium bombs are the least efficient and tend to be heavier making them less suitable for mounting on missiles. They can be used as terror weapons like dirty bombs but are less useful for military applications.
The real danger would be if Iran started producing plutonium which can be used for compact and relatively powerful bombs (but they are tricky to design, ask the North Koreans). Iran was planning to put a heavy water reactor on line to produce plutonium but the treaty states: The heavy water reactor at Arak
Iran would remove the reactor core and fill it with concrete. The reactor would be redesigned so that it produces much less plutonium, if any, and all its spent fuel would be shipped out of the country. Iran would refrain from building a reprocessing plant – or even doing research on reprocessing – indefinitely, and would not build any new heavy water plants for 15 years.
Without that reactor the threat from Iran would be negligible.
Donald Trump is staking his run for U.S. president in part on a vow to protect American jobs. But this month, one of his companies, the elite Mar-a-Lago Club resort in Florida, applied to import 70 foreign workers to serve as cooks, wait staff and cleaners.
A Reuters analysis of U.S. government data reveals that this is business as usual in the New York property magnate's empire.
Trump owns companies that have sought to import at least 1,100 foreign workers on temporary visas since 2000, according to U.S. Department of Labor data reviewed by Reuters. Most of the applications were approved, the data show.
Nine companies majority-owned by Trump have sought to bring in foreign waitresses, cooks, vineyard workers and other laborers on temporary work-visa programs administered by the Labor Department.
The candidate's foreign talent hunt included applications for an assistant golf-course superintendent, an assistant hotel manager and a banquet manager.
Two of his companies, Trump Model Management and Trump Management Group LLC, have sought visas for nearly 250 foreign fashion models, the records show.
Trump’s presidential campaign and a lawyer for the businessman declined to comment. The Mar-a-Lago Club could not be reached for comment.
The sites that report deliveries show a total of 58 planes for July. There may be a few more that were sold by the business jet segment of commercial planes which have not shown up in the numbers.