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Malekithe May 17th, 2017 12:48am

Better choice for press secretary: Milo Yiannopoulos or Ann Coulter

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commonsense a real hero among us
05/17/17 6:46 am

Either would be great. The media would hate it.

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4boot LaTrineodeur, MN
05/16/17 8:54 pm

It would be fun watching super smart Ann Coulter make the media fools' heads explode by pointing out their lies, illogic, and inconsistencies.

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elianastar Gab.ai FreeSpeech
05/16/17 8:51 pm

Forced to choose between these two, Milo, no question. But neither would be anywhere near the top of my list under consideration.

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elianastar Gab.ai FreeSpeech
05/16/17 8:51 pm

💠 Poll Q:

Better choice for press secretary: Milo Yiannopoulos or Ann Coulter

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 5:51 pm

Ann Coulter. She would make a great president too. I'd happily vote for her in 2020 or 2024.

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Axl752 NY
05/16/17 5:57 pm

You know she's a troll right? In what sense would she make a good president?

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 6:03 pm

If you actually read her books, you would know that she isn't just a troll.

Axl752 NY
05/16/17 6:53 pm

Ok well if that's how she really is then it's even worse. That's her actual disgusting personality.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 7:10 pm

How do you like Ann Coulter? All she cares about is immigration.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 7:24 pm

Immigration is the issue that is most important to her, but it is not the only issue that she has discussed.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 7:31 pm

She has been far too willing to ignore Trump's leftist policies as long as he was building the wall. Now she has turned against him a bit after she realizes he isn't getting immigration done.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 7:39 pm

American healthcare act, transgender, infrastructure bill he wants, trade, paid maternity leave etc..

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 7:45 pm

The ACA was Paul Ryan's doing, not Trump's. The President is not involved in drafting legislation. His stances on trade and infrastructure are examples of Trump's right-wing populism (which the neocons who run the GOP are opposed to). Unlike Obama, Trump is not forcing transgender bathrooms on the American public, so your criticism of him on that kind of falls flat.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 7:46 pm

And Trump has not put mandatory paid maternity leave in any of his executive orders either, at least not that I know of.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 7:57 pm

Lol, just like how Obamacare wasn't Obama's doing? Ryan is the incompetent speaker who is trying to negotiate bt Trump's 'everybody will have coverage' and real Conservatism. Infrastructure and trade are leftist populist, neocon has nothing to do with opposing leftist policies.Trump has said multiple times there ought to be paid paternal/maternal leave.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 7:57 pm

Correction: The AHCA was Paul Ryan's doing, not the ACA. Although it's hard to tell the difference between those two very awful bills other than the fact that one was drafted by the GOP and the other was drafted by the Dems.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 7:59 pm

Paul Ryan is a liberal Republican, a moderate at best. He's no conservative. He's nothing but a backstabbing globalist RINO. And yes, Lyin' Ryan was responsible for drafting Obamacare Lite (The American Healthcare Act).

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 8:02 pm

Our infrastructure is crumbling and our trade deals rip off most of America. I think we could use a bit of populism so that those problems can be fixed. Fixing those problems isn't leftist, it's patriotic and the right thing to do.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 8:05 pm

"Trump has said multiple times that he is for paid maternal leave"
And? What exactly has he done to advance those goals since being elected? Ronald Reagan was a liberal Democrat for many years and once held left-leaning viewpoints. By your logic, that must mean that Reagan was a liberal president. Opinions change with age. That's how people work.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 8:18 pm

He said he was for paid maternity leave like last week, not like 30 years ago...
Presidents dictate policy, they are the head of the party. Ryan had to draft it, but that's Trump and his team's fault for not having a good solution. Your infrastructure and trade points is literally what Trump says to justify them. Infrastructure is not crumbling, free trade benefits American consumers.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 8:55 pm

It is not the job of the executive branch to pass and draft legislation, nor is it the job of the head of either political party. Didn't they teach you this in K-12? As for maternity leave, my previous question stands: if he supports it, why has it not been placed into one of his executive orders?

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 8:58 pm

Our infrastructure is in shitty shape. There are third world countries who have better infrastructure at this point. Free trade as it stands now only benefits corporations and foreign countries, not America and Americans.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 9:01 pm

Obviously he doesn't have legislative power, but it is childish to ignore the fact that Presidents have always driven their party's policy.
As for family leave, What are you supposed to judge Trump by if you can't judge him by what he says he will do? Suddenly his positions mean nothing and his mouth is simply there for show?

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 9:03 pm

I judge elected officials based on their actions, not their words and rhetoric.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 9:05 pm

You can't just say our infrastructure is shitty, proceed to provide no evidence, and expect to be taken seriously. Don't see what's so complicated about trade. If they can make a t shirt in China for way less, then Americans benefit bc they buy a shirt at a lower cost.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 9:07 pm

Take a look at Dubai and Cabo San Lucas. Both of those cities are in third world backwaters, yet their infrastructure is somehow better than ours.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 9:07 pm

So Trump is a complete failure outside of Gorsuch bc he hasn't done anything. Keystone pipeline big whoop.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 9:09 pm

And how do Rust Belt Americans benefit from free trade when their jobs get shipped off to Mexico and China? Apparently paying less for a t-shirt matters more to you than the wellbeing of your country and fellow countrymen.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 9:10 pm

Dubai is an insanely wealthy country, are you joking? Cabo San Lucas is a single resort town in Mexico.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/16/17 9:14 pm

You're sounding more like a socialist. I have no obligation to people to pay them more for an equal product. You can't compete, you're out of a job.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 9:16 pm

Dubai is not a country. It is a city in the UAE. I am using both of these third world cities as examples of where their infrastructure quality has surpassed the United States, but they are not the only examples.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/16/17 9:18 pm

I'm not a socialist, I'm a paleoconservative. I support America and Americans above all others, including corporations. Neocons like you are the reason why the GOP was in decline until Trump came around.

ReligiousCommie No Longer Active
05/17/17 2:20 pm

I wholeheartedly agree with your statement on profit vs countrymen. However, just because the capitalists are here doesn't mean they're good.

ReligiousCommie No Longer Active
05/17/17 2:21 pm

And the UAE and most of the Arabian Peninsula aren't in the third world anymore.

cheeseontop FactsOverFeelings
05/17/17 8:27 pm

Gluxford, neocon implies I am an interventionist, I am not.

gluxford1 Arizona
05/17/17 9:52 pm

The UAE still executes homosexuals. Flogging and stoning are still legal punishments there. Freedom of religion and freedom of speech are nonexistent and human rights violations are abundant. The UAE is most definitely a third world country.

ReligiousCommie No Longer Active
05/18/17 4:42 am

Third world vs first world is determined by economic prosperity, not social policy, no matter how abysmal the latter is.