More damn trucker protests, too.
Unless the loser is a Democrat. I wonder how they'd react then?
What are Brazil's laws for foreign coup planners? Maybe it would be worth it for Bannon and Tucker to travel there . . .
How’s it your fault?
A lot harsher than in the US I'd imagine.
I had Brazilian housemates in the 80s, and when the movie Brazil came out, one of them insisted that it was indeed about Brazil.
No, actually that's the IMF/WB program. Belt & Road does a number of things differently. First, infrastructure projects address local needs, not the needs of the multinationals. Projects are built by local labor rather than Bectel or other foreign contractors. Local engineers manage the projects while being overseen and trained by Chinese engineers. Loan rates are also reasonable and projects are designed to pay for the loan rather than the loans being designed to be unrepayable. Finally, bribing local officials is NOT a part of Belt & Road, and Chinese staff have been fired and even imprisoned if they were found to be doing so, the opposite of the IMF/WB. Neutral observers have giving the initiative very high marks.
Being in the military is not an automatic defense from being a chickenshit - just ask Tom Cotton.
Jesus fuck, buddy, I didn't realize how big a tankie you were.
I see Tuckems is still doing his “you’re not allowed to ask questions,” while asking questions bullshit.
You really should read something besides US-based MSM.
You mean Glenn Greenwald and The Grey Zone? Go suck Caleb Maupin's poxy crypto-fascist dick, you fucking NazBol!
Expect more of the “the election’s not over because they haven’t conceded yet!” bullshit next week in every race a republican loses
You can't lose if you refuse to concede. That's just Science!
Bannon wants to produce only the finest treason champagne.
A South American country with little to no election corruption? Is that even legal? I thought it was built into the system, like Cook County.
I was going to say "stress," much of which is socioeconomic and affects those of means and those without.
What I'm getting at is the solution lies in reducing the stressors that make people turn to substances to cope. For some, it's debt. For others, it's just keeping up appearances. Others come from addiction following a workplace injury. There are a lot of angles from which to tackle it, but none are to confront the concept of "crime" on the right's terms.
Well, according to this https://www.theguardian.com... the burlesque Berlusconi of Brazil has conceded; at least, much more explicitly than the spray-tanned Mussolini of Mag-a-Loco ever did.
Unfortunately, unlike parliamentary systems where the transition happens in real time, the Brazilian constitution mandates a lame duck period ending a few days after New Years. Until then, I am (in the words of Mark Twain) "serene with the confidence a Christian has holding four aces" that Bolo is frantic behind the scenes trying to engineer some sort of crisis to keep himself in power.