Martyn Sadler

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  1. President of USA (Merged threads)

    And the harder he worked, the luckier he got. But he'll also have lost one major barrier - that no one could ever imagine him being the President. Like other Presidents standing for reelection he'll stand or fall largely on the strength of the economy. No one can be sure how that will work out, but at this stage it looks reasonably promising for him.
  2. President of USA (Merged threads)

    But unfortunately that wasn't who she was referring to.
  3. President of USA (Merged threads)

    True, although unfortunately Hillary Clinton wasn't being ironic when she used that word. She really meant it.
  4. President of USA (Merged threads)

    Probably the best bit of advice I've been given. Many thanks.
  5. President of USA (Merged threads)

    The poster concerned defended himself, as you would expect him to do, and no doubt another poster defended him, but subsequently he amended the original post that I had criticised, suggesting that he took my criticism on board.
  6. President of USA (Merged threads)

    No, I didn't accuse "people" (it was actually one forum member) of a threat to murder. But what I did say was that to suggest murdering an MP, even if it was written as a euphemism, after the death of Jo Cox was beyond the pale. I'm surprised you should pick this example and I'm slightly shocked that you don't agree with me on this. I'm glad to say that, as far as I'm aware, the poster concerned amended his post to take on board my criticism. Do you have any other examples?
  7. President of USA (Merged threads)

    Many occasions! Examples?
  8. President of USA (Merged threads)

    No, people who you think are dumb.
  9. President of USA (Merged threads)

    I suspect that you are imputing feelings to me that you have yourself. Just like the majority of the American media, you struggle to understand how people could have voted for Trump and can continue to support him.
  10. President of USA (Merged threads)

    I'm sure you recognise irony when you see it.
  11. President of USA (Merged threads)

    The dumb people who voted for him are stubbornly refusing to change their minds.
  12. President of USA (Merged threads)

    In that case there may not be a clear difference, but there is a difference, unfortunately for you if you're a remainer.
  13. President of USA (Merged threads)

    There isn't a "clear" difference between 6ft 2 and 6ft 3, bearing in mind that 6ft 2.5 inches could be one or the other.
  14. President of USA (Merged threads)

    I don't want to labour the point, given that I don't care how tall Trump is, but Rutherford didn't claim that Trump was 6ft 2in. He said that he was "clearly not that tall and much heavier" than the doctor had reported. That seems to be questioning his professionalism.