The debate "Republicans support nepotism" was started by
February 7, 2018, 10:50 am.
5 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 4 people are on the disagree side.
There needs to be more votes to see what the common perception is.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Nemiroff posted 6 arguments to the agreers part.
Ematio posted 8 arguments to the disagreers part.
Nemiroff, FiddleStorm, lachlan and 2 visitors agree.
Ematio, Slymcfly and 2 visitors disagree.
yes I do support Hillary Clinton.
I was expecting all Americans to be against nepotism, but they didn't really need to act against it... until it came up and became (or should have become) a central issue suddenly. I act when there is an imperative, not arbitrary or theoretical.
Sir, how many things do you act against that you don't support?
Do you support Hillary Clinton?
demand that he remove his family..
I'm sorry I don't understand your question, are you in support of doing nothing and not caring? do you think nepotism is fine for the highest office in the land and a precedent to follow in the future?
What do you want them to do?
doing nothing is the same thing as support. democrats made an outcry, republicans remained silent, and their leaders approved with no reprecussions
But even if that is the case, Trump does not represent the belief of all Republicans
Are you referring to the fact that Trump puts his children in positions of power?
Well honestly speaking, I don't know what your example is. Would you like to present it?
thank you, but i think your reply was for a different thread. this one is on nepotism, not immigration.
Lol that was funny. Trump is not against all immigration being eliminated. He's for enforcing our law (In the case of illegal immigration) and protecting america from threats (Concerning Islam.) I feel the big issue deals with Islam, so I'll focus on that. We know that most terrorists are islamic, yes? So under that assumption, we know that with all the refugees there must be some in there who hold those beliefs.
To illustrate it, a man walks up to your front door with a bowl of skittles. He says some of them are poisonous, but the rest are fine. Would you feed thpse skittles to your family?
interesting redirection, but I'm talking about national leadership here, not Wal-Mart
I know you know what my example will be, so let's see you trump it.
It's kind of dishonest to lump all Republicans under that idea. Most (Not all) republicans believe that you should get to your position by merit. The nepotism issue sounds more like a democrat issue, concering the whole affirmative action thing. They're putting unqualified people in colleges and jobs just because of their race.
or at least have a much higher tolerance for it then I would expect