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Les solutions à Donald

Posté le mardi 3 janvier 2017 par sil

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Le problème avec le courrier c’est le délai et l’absence de certitude qu’il vous parvienne, n’est-ce pas James 🙂

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sil @ 13:36
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3 réponses à “Les solutions à Donald”

  • 3
    Letel:

    Si Trump ne met pas en place son programme protectionniste, pas de problème. S’il le met, bonjour les dégâts.

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    Annika:

    Pas le moindre petit morceau de l’investiture de Trump sur ce blog. Il ne vient pas d’être élu président des Etats Unis. Pendant deux jours il n’a tenu aucun discours, assisté a aucun défilé, dansé a aucun bal. Cachez ce que je ne saurai voir. Suçons notre pouce et attendons que ça passe.
    Soit dit en passant il y a un bon article de Noonan sur le WSJ.

    I was more moved than I expected. Then more startled.

    The old forms and traditions, the bands and bunting, endured. I thought, as I watched the inauguration: It continues. There were pomp and splendor, happy, cheering crowds; and for all the confounding nature of the past 18 months, and all the trauma, it came as a reassurance to see us do what we do the way we do it. A friend in the Southwest, a longtime Trump supporter, emailed just before the swearing in: “I have been crying all morning.” From joy.

    I found myself unexpectedly moved during the White House meeting of the Trumps and the Obamas, at the moment Melania Trump emerged from her car. She was beautiful, seemed so shy and game. There are many ways to show your respect for people and events, and one is to present yourself with elegance and dignity.
    The inaugural address was utterly and uncompromisingly Trumpian. The man who ran is the man who’ll reign. It was plain, unfancy and blunt to the point of blistering. A little humility would have gone a long way, but that’s not the path he took. Nor did he attempt to reassure. It was pow, right in the face. Most important, he did not in any way align himself with the proud Democrats and Republicans arrayed around him. He looked out at the crowd and said he was allied with them.

    He presented himself not as a Republican or a conservative but as a populist independent. The essential message: Remember those things I said in the campaign? I meant them. I meant it all.

    The address was bold in its assertion of the distance in America between the leaders and the led: “For too long, a small group in our nation’s capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost. Washington flourished—but the people did not share in its wealth. Politicians prospered—but the jobs left, and the factories closed. The establishment protected itself but not the citizens of our country.”

    It was an unmistakable indictment of almost everyone seated with him on the platform.
    La suite ici :

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/president-trump-declares-independence-1484956174

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    James:

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