If I was American I would've voted for Trump. I stand fully behind him when it comes to blocking immigration from Islamic countries. Islam is the most dangerous threat to liberalism even the insane vocal lefties don't realize it. Islam's claws need to be trimmed and not welcomed, although his blocked bans are worthless even if they weren't blocked. I'd rather if he reduces America's role in the middle east to a passive one like he promised, instead, he openly continues to talk about his intention to steal Iraq's oil and natural resources. How's that different from before? What does that solve? I guess his honest approach is respectable but that's not gonna change anything.
You were right assuming I am a liberal because most of my views align with the left, but I was happy with Trump's win. I also think the Russia allegations are ridiculous, and even if they were true, I'd rather have a Putin's puppet than Al-Saud's puppet. So go ahead, discuss and teach me what I got wrong about the topic at hand. I am listening.
I replied to someone else with my point of view on this topic and I have no intention to "teach" anyone because that's a condescending way to have a conversation with others. My main problem is the way you worded everything in a very clickbait way and didn't really try to invite people with dissenting opinions to join in.
I disagree, teaching is admirable, it's the ultimate gift.
Also, the title isn't clickbaity, anyone who remotely watches the news could guess what the OP is gonna be about before clicking. "corporate puppets" and "corporate shills" aren't insults. They are short yet accurate descriptions that describe most of the politicians running the USA. The topic at hand is tightly related to those accurate terms.
As for your point of view, I just read it, I don't entirely understand what you are talking about, ISPs are gonna get what they want regardless of what happens to net neutrality next.
Title is updated. Hopefully, it's more "inviting" now to both sides.