ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

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By Wednesday, May 3 We the People  4 Comments


The results of his invective have been shocking, with an average of around 37 people per day killed in extrajudicial fashion. Representatives from the U.N. as well as international human-rights groups have condemned the rampant slaughter, to which Duterte’s response has been dismissive.

“I don’t care about human rights, believe me,” Duterte said in early August.

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“He was quite sensitive to our war on drugs and he wishes me well in my campaign and said that we are doing, as he so put it, ‘the right way’ ”

— Rodrigo Duterte on Donald Trump

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  1. RAC says:

    This is an example of what the “edge” has become; a bitter ex-wife who didn’t get custody of the kids and now is determined to denigrate, criticize, and belittle everything the man does in order to destroy him and prove herself right.

    1. JP says:

      If the “ex-husband” in your scenario is bringing hombres like Duterte around the kids, I think the “ex wife” might have a pretty good case…..

    2. DB says:

      I bet you are divorced and can’t figure out why

    3. George Grumbach says:

      I will avoid further comment except to note that RAC’s choice of making an ex-wife rafher than an ex-husband the villain in his metaphor says it all about RAC. Do the readers care to guess RAC’s gender?

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