看到克林顿奥巴马有种想哭的感觉

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miemuo
楼主 (未名空间)

我从来没有经历这样黑暗的三年,以及对未来的担惊受怕。
我后悔瞎了狗眼,投了川神,但是其实也不起作用在兰州,我不COUNT
但是这种被骗而无所依靠的,不信任的失落的感觉太心痛。。。。

昨天奥巴马讲的真好,今天川神推特勒发出了仇恨的信号。。。
川神很愤怒, obama crooked hillary, 又来了,来和我打吧。
这是个啥东西,奥巴马说到川神的痛处了。。。。

川神真是个角啊,没他没戏看。
m
miemuo

今天一遍又一遍地听奥巴马的讲话录音,这些话能治愈我的心灵。
这些话语会被历史记载,这个会名垂清史。

这些语言的高贵,思想,力量和美丽的英语,

川神学几辈子也学不来。

【 在 miemuo (meige) 的大作中提到: 】
: 我从来没有经历这样黑暗的三年,以及对未来的担惊受怕。
: 我后悔瞎了狗眼,投了川神,但是其实也不起作用在兰州,我不COUNT
: 但是这种被骗而无所依靠的,不信任的失落的感觉太心痛。。。。
: 昨天奥巴马讲的真好,今天川神推特勒发出了仇恨的信号。。。
: 川神很愤怒, obama crooked hillary, 又来了,来和我打吧。
: 这是个啥东西,奥巴马说到川神的痛处了。。。。
: 川神真是个角啊,没他没戏看。

S
StormColo

无病呻吟。你精神太脆弱了吧。
p
partonic

you need help.
F
Foryoureyes

恩 奥总统母亲是英语老师 学者 六位总统血统 每天早上4点叫小奥起床学英语
m
miemuo

你们不喜欢英语为啥要待在美国。英语之美是无以言表的。我还要学半辈子,川神要学几辈子吧。

hhcare

跟落魄的孩子见了亲爹似的。

没有听说过炸大使馆??

jjdw

还有比侯赛因更烂的美国总统吗

【 在 miemuo (meige) 的大作中提到: 】
: 我从来没有经历这样黑暗的三年,以及对未来的担惊受怕。
: 我后悔瞎了狗眼,投了川神,但是其实也不起作用在兰州,我不COUNT
: 但是这种被骗而无所依靠的,不信任的失落的感觉太心痛。。。。
: 昨天奥巴马讲的真好,今天川神推特勒发出了仇恨的信号。。。
: 川神很愤怒, obama crooked hillary, 又来了,来和我打吧。
: 这是个啥东西,奥巴马说到川神的痛处了。。。。
: 川神真是个角啊,没他没戏看。

cincybearcat

米歇尔奥巴马说的很对,Decency and Empathy,做总统这两个基本的素养真的不能少。

cincybearcat

米歇尔奥巴马说的很对,Decency and Empathy,做总统这两个基本的素养真的不能少。

cincybearcat

米歇尔奥巴马说的很对,Decency and Empathy,做总统这两个基本的素养真的不能少。

f
flagstar

巨巨啊
【 在 jjdw (金角大王) 的大作中提到: 】
: 还有比侯赛因更烂的美国总统吗

beijingren4

Joe Biden must be the first US presidential candidate in history who doesn't need to campaign.

All he needs to do is keep his mouth shut, and let the other "drink-bleach" advising idiot to do all the talking. Each time Trump's mouth opens and
closes, his pronouncements become more banal than what came before.

Which is quite an achievement.
o
oiwllss

跪下,这次有个高贵的黑皮炎让你舔,这个骄傲啊。
rumenan


a
acrofred

俺也不指望政治人物有多少道德,但是像床铺那么既无德又无能的实在受不了。
没有新冠估计就这么下去了,现在真是天灭川普。
m
miemuo

奥巴马的演说,指出了宪法的危机啊,这个就会在川普身上实现的。

你失去的是保护你的基本的东西。。。是林肯还是杰尔夫孙,早就说过,
有一天我们会失去这个宪法。。。从我们的内部。。。如果失去了宪法,
你还有安全感觉吗?你选出来的独裁者,是的,我们deserve it.

m
miemuo


拜登昨天讲的挺好,他很NICE, NICE没用啊,大家喜欢小丑啊,
这个怎么办?大家看说会说相声。人已经堕落到没有希望的地步了。。。
世界末日来就来吧。

m
miemuo

CNN)Read former President Barack Obama's speech to the 2020 Democratic
National Convention, as prepared for delivery:
Good evening, everybody. As you've seen by now, this isn't a normal
convention. It's not a normal time. So tonight, I want to talk as plainly as I can about the stakes in this election. Because what we do these next 76
days will echo through generations to come.

I'm in Philadelphia, where our Constitution was drafted and signed. It wasn't a perfect document. It allowed for the inhumanity of slavery and failed to guarantee women -- and even men who didn't own property -- the right to
participate in the political process. But embedded in this document was a
North Star that would guide future generations; a system of representative
government -- a democracy -- through which we could better realize our
highest ideals. Through civil war and bitter struggles, we improved this
Constitution to include the voices of those who'd once been left out. And
gradually, we made this country more just, more equal, and more free.

The one Constitutional office elected by all of the people is the presidency. So at minimum, we should expect a president to feel a sense of
responsibility for the safety and welfare of all 330 million of us --
regardless of what we look like, how we worship, who we love, how much money we have -- or who we voted for.

But we should also expect a president to be the custodian of this democracy. We should expect that regardless of ego, ambition, or political beliefs,
the president will preserve, protect, and defend the freedoms and ideals
that so many Americans marched for and went to jail for; fought for and died for.

I have sat in the Oval Office with both of the men who are running for
president. I never expected that my successor would embrace my vision or
continue my policies. I did hope, for the sake of our country, that Donald
Trump might show some interest in taking the job seriously; that he might
come to feel the weight of the office and discover some reverence for the
democracy that had been placed in his care.

But he never did. For close to four years now, he's shown no interest in
putting in the work; no interest in finding common ground; no interest in
using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his
friends; no interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more
reality show that he can use to get the attention he craves.

Donald Trump hasn't grown into the job because he can't. And the
consequences of that failure are severe. 170,000 Americans dead. Millions of jobs gone while those at the top take in more than ever. Our worst impulses unleashed, our proud reputation around the world badly diminished, and our democratic institutions threatened like never before.

Now, I know that in times as polarized as these, most of you have already
made up your mind. But maybe you're still not sure which candidate you'll
vote for -- or whether you'll vote at all. Maybe you're tired of the
direction we're headed, but you can't see a better path yet, or you just don't know enough about the person who wants to lead us there.

So let me tell you about my friend Joe Biden.

Twelve years ago, when I began my search for a vice president, I didn't know I'd end up finding a brother. Joe and I came from different places and
different generations. But what I quickly came to admire about him is his
resilience, born of too much struggle; his empathy, born of too much grief. Joe's a man who learned -- early on -- to treat every person he meets with
respect and dignity, living by the words his parents taught him: "No one's
better than you, Joe, but you're better than nobody."

That empathy, that decency, the belief that everybody counts -- that's who
Joe is.

When he talks with someone who's lost her job, Joe remembers the night his
father sat him down to say that he'd lost his.

When Joe listens to a parent who's trying to hold it all together right now, he does it as the single dad who took the train back to Wilmington each and every night so he could tuck his kids into bed.

When he meets with military families who've lost their hero, he does it as a kindred spirit; the parent of an American soldier; somebody whose faith has endured the hardest loss there is.

For eight years, Joe was the last one in the room whenever I faced a big
decision. He made me a better president -- and he's got the character and
the experience to make us a better country.

And in my friend Kamala Harris, he's chosen an ideal partner who's more than prepared for the job; someone who knows what it's like to overcome barriers and who's made a career fighting to help others live out their own American dream.

Along with the experience needed to get things done, Joe and Kamala have
concrete policies that will turn their vision of a better, fairer, stronger country into reality.

They'll get this pandemic under control, like Joe did when he helped me
manage H1N1 and prevent an Ebola outbreak from reaching our shores.

They'll expand health care to more Americans, like Joe and I did ten years
ago when he helped craft the Affordable Care Act and nail down the votes to make it the law.

They'll rescue the economy, like Joe helped me do after the Great Recession. I asked him to manage the Recovery Act, which jumpstarted the longest
stretch of job growth in history. And he sees this moment now not as a
chance to get back to where we were, but to make long-overdue changes so
that our economy actually makes life a little easier for everybody --
whether it's the waitress trying to raise a kid on her own, or the shift
worker always on the edge of getting laid off, or the student figuring out
how to pay for next semester's classes.

Joe and Kamala will restore our standing in the world -- and as we've
learned from this pandemic, that matters. Joe knows the world, and the world knows him. He knows that our true strength comes from setting an example
the world wants to follow. A nation that stands with democracy, not
dictators. A nation that can inspire and mobilize others to overcome threats like climate change, terrorism, poverty, and disease.

But more than anything, what I know about Joe and Kamala is that they
actually care about every American. And they care deeply about this
democracy.

They believe that in a democracy, the right to vote is sacred, and we should be making it easier for people to cast their ballot, not harder.

They believe that no one -- including the president -- is above the law, and that no public official -- including the president -- should use their
office to enrich themselves or their supporters.

They understand that in this democracy, the Commander-in-Chief doesn't use
the men and women of our military, who are willing to risk everything to
protect our nation, as political props to deploy against peaceful protesters on our own soil. They understand that political opponents aren't "un-
American" just because they disagree with you; that a free press isn't the "enemy" but the way we hold officials accountable; that our ability to work
together to solve big problems like a pandemic depends on a fidelity to
facts and science and logic and not just making stuff up.

None of this should be controversial. These shouldn't be Republican
principles or Democratic principles. They're American principles. But at
this moment, this president and those who enable him, have shown they don't believe in these things.

Tonight, I am asking you to believe in Joe and Kamala's ability to lead this country out of these dark times and build it back better. But here's the
thing: no single American can fix this country alone. Not even a president. Democracy was never meant to be transactional -- you give me your vote; I
make everything better. It requires an active and informed citizenry. So I
am also asking you to believe in your own ability -- to embrace your own
responsibility as citizens -- to make sure that the basic tenets of our
democracy endure.

Because that's what at stake right now. Our democracy.

Look, I understand why many Americans are down on government. The way the
rules have been set up and abused in Congress make it easy for special
interests to stop progress. Believe me, I know. I understand why a white
factory worker who's seen his wages cut or his job shipped overseas might
feel like the government no longer looks out for him, and why a Black mother might feel like it never looked out for her at all. I understand why a new immigrant might look around this country and wonder whether there's still a place for him here; why a young person might look at politics right now, the circus of it all, the meanness and the lies and crazy conspiracy theories
and think, what's the point?

Well, here's the point: this president and those in power -- those who
benefit from keeping things the way they are -- they are counting on your
cynicism. They know they can't win you over with their policies. So they're hoping to make it as hard as possible for you to vote, and to convince you
that your vote doesn't matter. That's how they win. That's how they get to
keep making decisions that affect your life, and the lives of the people you love. That's how the economy will keep getting skewed to the wealthy and
well-connected, how our health systems will let more people fall through the cracks. That's how a democracy withers, until it's no democracy at all.

We can't let that happen. Do not let them take away your power. Don't let
them take away your democracy. Make a plan right now for how you're going to get involved and vote. Do it as early as you can and tell your family and
friends how they can vote too. Do what Americans have done for over two
centuries when faced with even tougher times than this -- all those quiet
heroes who found the courage to keep marching, keep pushing in the face of
hardship and injustice.

Last month, we lost a giant of American democracy in John Lewis. Some years ago, I sat down with John and the few remaining leaders of the early Civil
Rights Movement. One of them told me he never imagined he'd walk into the
White House and see a president who looked like his grandson. Then he told
me that he'd looked it up, and it turned out that on the very day that I was born, he was marching into a jail cell, trying to end Jim Crow segregation in the South.

What we do echoes through the generations.

Whatever our backgrounds, we're all the children of Americans who fought the good fight. Great grandparents working in firetraps and sweatshops without rights or representation. Farmers losing their dreams to dust. Irish and
Italians and Asians and Latinos told to go back where they came from. Jews
and Catholics, Muslims and Sikhs, made to feel suspect for the way they
worshipped. Black Americans chained and whipped and hanged. Spit on for
trying to sit at lunch counters. Beaten for trying to vote.

If anyone had a right to believe that this democracy did not work, and could not work, it was those Americans. Our ancestors. They were on the receiving end of a democracy that had fallen short all their lives. They knew how far the daily reality of America strayed from the myth. And yet, instead of
giving up, they joined together and said somehow, some way, we are going to make this work. We are going to bring those words, in our founding documents, to life.

I've seen that same spirit rising these past few years. Folks of every age
and background who packed city centers and airports and rural roads so that families wouldn't be separated. So that another classroom wouldn't get shot up. So that our kids won't grow up on an uninhabitable planet. Americans of all races joining together to declare, in the face of injustice and
brutality at the hands of the state, that Black Lives Matter, no more, but
no less, so that no child in this country feels the continuing sting of
racism.

To the young people who led us this summer, telling us we need to be better -- in so many ways, you are this country's dreams fulfilled. Earlier
generations had to be persuaded that everyone has equal worth. For you, it's a given -- a conviction. And what I want you to know is that for all its
messiness and frustrations, your system of self-government can be harnessed to help you realize those convictions.

You can give our democracy new meaning. You can take it to a better place.
You're the missing ingredient -- the ones who will decide whether or not
America becomes the country that fully lives up to its creed.

That work will continue long after this election. But any chance of success depends entirely on the outcome of this election. This administration has
shown it will tear our democracy down if that's what it takes to win. So we have to get busy building it up -- by pouring all our effort into these 76
days, and by voting like never before -- for Joe and Kamala, and candidates up and down the ticket, so that we leave no doubt about what this country we love stands for -- today and for all our days to come.

Stay safe. God bless.

l
laoselang

黑暗的三年?

对苍蝇来说,没有屎吃的时候确实是暗无天日的生活

m
miemuo

我投了川普,而且我还骂着,lock her up, 没有任何法律的BASE,
我还骂了SOROS,我还说普京不错,说普京是伟大的俄罗斯沙皇的转世。。。。
我不相信通俄国门,我说witch hunt,。。。。
华邮记者被杀的时候,我没有任何同情,我还听信了这个记者和本拉丁是朋友,不值得。
我跟随QANON很长时间,我相信希拉里吃BABY。
枪击案,我没有反应。。。。

我的确当了四年苍蝇。。。不当了, OK?

【 在 laoselang (LAOSELANG(好吧,别打了,我就是兔子)) 的大作中提到: 】
: 黑暗的三年?
: 对苍蝇来说,没有屎吃的时候确实是暗无天日的生活

p
pinfish

十几个亿把欧巴care网站包给自己同学还做个烂货很有decency
【 在 cincybearcat (心细熊猫) 的大作中提到: 】
: 米歇尔奥巴马说的很对,Decency and Empathy,做总统这两个基本的素养真的不能
少。

p
pinfish

烂苹果嫌烂橘子
t
tgfans

川普大概率连任,看看tiktok上面的论调,基本上 白灯都是踩,川普都是一片叫号,
趋势非常明显,tiktok上面基本没有黑人
a
acrofred

你看到什么由抖音算法决定
【 在 tgfans (tgfans) 的大作中提到: 】
: 川普大概率连任,看看tiktok上面的论调,基本上 白灯都是踩,川普都是一片叫号,
: 趋势非常明显,tiktok上面基本没有黑人

a
acrofred

艹你陷得太深了,俺劝你远离政治一段时间,川粉也没有都像你一样信这些稀奇古怪的。你川大爷也从来没信过希拉里吃小孩。
你可能性格上判断力上都有问题,容易相信阴谋论,看的新闻也是错的。既然决定选谁就大选去投个票就完了,别看政治新闻了。
【 在 miemuo (meige) 的大作中提到: 】
: 我投了川普,而且我还骂着,lock her up, 没有任何法律的BASE,
: 我还骂了SOROS,我还说普京不错,说普京是伟大的俄罗斯沙皇的转世。。。。
: 我不相信通俄国门,我说witch hunt,。。。。
: 华邮记者被杀的时候,我没有任何同情,我还听信了这个记者和本拉丁是朋友,不值得。
: 我跟随QANON很长时间,我相信希拉里吃BABY。
: 枪击案,我没有反应。。。。
: 我的确当了四年苍蝇。。。不当了, OK?

G99991

公克搞过小女孩肯定是真的,他做过十几次爱泼斯坦飞机,而且有证人证言!

【 在 acrofred (acrofred) 的大作中提到: 】
: 艹你陷得太深了,俺劝你远离政治一段时间,川粉也没有都像你一样信这些稀奇古怪的
: 。你川大爷也从来没信过希拉里吃小孩。
: 你可能性格上判断力上都有问题,容易相信阴谋论,看的新闻也是错的。既然决定选谁
: 就大选去投个票就完了,别看政治新闻了。
: 得。

haibugui

操,走了个老头疯,来了个黑驴疯!

o
oiwllss

非遗3年来担惊受怕,真可怜。

[在 miemuo (meige) 的大作中提到:]
:我从来没有经历这样黑暗的三年,以及对未来的担惊受怕。
:我后悔瞎了狗眼,投了川神,但是其实也不起作用在兰州,我不COUNT
:但是这种被骗而无所依靠的,不信任的失落的感觉太心痛。。。。
:昨天奥巴马讲的真好,今天川神推特勒发出了仇恨的信号。。。
:川神很愤怒, obama crooked hillary, 又来了,来和我打吧。
:这是个啥东西,奥巴马说到川神的痛处了。。。。
:川神真是个角啊,没他没戏看。
a
acrofred

俺不相信什么lock her up,你看到没有川普当选以后这个事提都不提了。不要再为政
客打工了。
俺不骂soros,俺认为普京不坏,川普应该跟他打好交道
俺不相信通俄门,俺认为是主党捕风捉影出来的
俺不相信这记者是什么本拉登朋友
俺觉得Q就是疯子梦游编出来的,什么吃小孩就更不要提了
正常人的思维是有层次有批判性的,不是搞什么一边倒的听信或者反对。不要相信阴谋论,多看点“假新闻”少看FOX。你做不到这些就少参与吧,挺危险的。俺今天活干完
了多说几句。
【 在 miemuo (meige) 的大作中提到: 】
: 我投了川普,而且我还骂着,lock her up, 没有任何法律的BASE,
: 我还骂了SOROS,我还说普京不错,说普京是伟大的俄罗斯沙皇的转世。。。。
: 我不相信通俄国门,我说witch hunt,。。。。
: 华邮记者被杀的时候,我没有任何同情,我还听信了这个记者和本拉丁是朋友,不值得。
: 我跟随QANON很长时间,我相信希拉里吃BABY。
: 枪击案,我没有反应。。。。
: 我的确当了四年苍蝇。。。不当了, OK?