So you’re saying it’s just fine for a family car to be as out of reach for the average Joe as a yacht or private jet?
And before that it was titled “Ernie”.
Remember, this is from 2012.
“…just the fact that he could get an “R” in the history books for the 47th Presidency.” Not true. The only thing that matters to, or counts for, his base is their perception that he “owns (or pi$$es off) the Libtards”. Nothing else is of any consequence whatsoever.
" It is not coercion." To quote Sheldon’s mother: “That’s your opinion!” and that, along with a $1.80, will get you a cup of coffee at the Waffle House.
I would say the threat of a liftime of struggle in low paying jobs hanging over their heads and the knowledge that “working one’s way” today is not the same as it was in our day (70’s), is a form of coercion.
nounnoun: coercion; plural noun: coercions
I see no time component in this definition.
“…unless something is not time critical, there is no coercion.” = false statement.
I said nothing about time critical decisions.
There are other forms of coercion than holding a pistol to one’s head.