Just like it's Trump's fault that Democrat voters didn't support the black candidates.
When he mentioned the president by saying "it might be helpful to have a president..."Where did he blame Trump?
It's more plausible that the only candidate who is pushing technology is using this event to push his own candidacy.When he mentioned the president by saying "it might be helpful to have a president..."
It would appear for all of his proponent-ness of technology, he is unaware that (a) primaries are up to the parties, not the government at all, and (2) [H/T to Paul Reiser] the states run the elections, not the federal government, and (c) none of this is up to the government anyway, since no one is currently running for a government office, they are running for a party nomination.
He should be attacking the DNC, not the president and government. He's just too techy, apparently, to know that.
So, you're saying he DOES believe the president is involved in state primary elections, and he wasn't mentioning the current president when he mentioned the president?It's more plausible that the only candidate who is pushing technology is using this event to push his own candidacy.
He's saying that if he was President, this kind of stuff wouldn't happen. Wishful thinking, obviously, but not everything is a dog whistle for "Trump bad".
Just a rounding error.The design of the website was overseen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and built by a number of federal contractors, most prominently CGI Group of Canada. The original budget for CGI was $93.7 million
Office of Inspector General released a report in August 2014 finding that the total cost of the HealthCare.gov website had reached $1.7 billion and a month later, including costs beyond "computer systems," Bloomberg News estimated it at $2.1 billion.
That's pretty clairvoyant.Yes.
So, you're saying he DOES believe the president is involved in state primary elections, and he wasn't mentioning the current president when he mentioned the president?
I fully understood it as "C", but Chris explained it was "A" only.Let's break it down another way:
Say you're talking to a girl (I'm presuming you're heterosexual cis-male for the purposes of this analogy) in a club, library, grocery store, boardwalk in Solomons, or online, and she makes a small joke that she's currently unsatisfied.
You know.... sexually.
You respond by saying "If you were my girlfriend, you'd never go unsatisfied".
A) Bragging about your own dick size and sexual prowess.
B) Belittling her boyfriend as an impotent needle-dick
C) Some combination of the above.
Chances are C - with much more emphasis on the braggadocio factor.
I hope this puts it into terms you can better understand.