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Reader comment on item: Deciphering Bidenese
in response to reader comment: And Breathtaking hypocrisy of Mr Sheldon Tyber

Submitted by Sheldon Tyber (Canada), Jun 22, 2020 at 23:11

Yes, of course Canadians comment on U.S. politics. Why shouldn't we? It's called freedom of speech. Your attempted denial of my free speech exposes that you do not understand the concept. Ask any Canadian kid for help, they'll be happy to teach you.

With respect to Joe Biden, I agree that he is not the "best ever" candidate. Yet, he's led Trump in polling for weeks. And that was prior to the Tulsa debacle. And before Covid hit Trumpville, U.S.A. Maybe the Dem's are "evil and bad." Or maybe, such moralizing is an attempt to camouflage your own inability to produce a rational counter-argument. Either way, the desperation is self-evident.

As far as your immature comment toward Justin Trudeau, be aware that, while you are free to say whatever you'd like, nobody really cares about the opinion of @dhimmi no more.

And, before you go the next step, none of this has anything to do with Obama. Ditto for Hillary. For their own good, Trumpsters really need to stop living in the past.


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