how do Republicans feel that The the United States' reputation saw a dramatic upward shift during Obama's presidency?
- CousinLv 61 year ago
Perhaps they are looking it at from a Nazi point of view. Remember Charlottesville, that rally in which a Liberal young woman was killed and about nineteen other persons injured with a car, and swastikas were displayed. Trump was rather supportive of the Nazis then. Perhaps the Commander in Chief is slipping C4 to White Supremacists or something, God only knows. You are asking about Republicans' "feelings", begging the question of whether they actually do have any feelings. Scary to think what such "feelings" might be.
- 1 year ago
They liked him because they knew he was a wimp and they could push him around. They dislike Trump because they cannot do similarly with him. Europeans only like us when they need us. Don't you know that by now. Read some history.
- DuckLv 71 year ago
They don't. They attempt to spin and deny.
- PrinceLv 51 year ago
It makes them feel better. They are not empathetically considering anyone else's feelings. Republicans "justify" animal experimentation by believing that the "data" yielded is useful, but it is not useful. Experimenters at UCLA sew two mice together and inject them with bacteria to watch them die together in horrible agony of septicemia, and Republicans think that that is somehow useful. They are wrong, but they are not feeling their pain. They beat badgers to death for their fur to make their shaving brushes and paint brushes. They are wrongheaded.
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- 1 year ago
I don't think republicans can see the greatness of Obama because of his skin color which is what is wrong with this country. When we get over the fact that slaves built this nation and get credit for it and realize the murder of an entire nation is what created this country, we may have a better understanding of the future because the clown we are dealing with now is terribly off course accept for the racist and russians
- 1 year ago
I don't think it was a dramatic upward shift.
I think some people saw us in higher standing and some saw us as weak.
We started to adopt systems and customs that other countries think is better than the ones that made us the most prosperous country in the world, and we started acting more like them...naturally, people like people and countries that share the same thinking. But that's not what America was ever supposed to be...
We are our own nation with our own culture and way of doing things. We shouldn't care what others think of it's not in OUR best interest.
Don't get me wrong, I am grateful for allies and friends...but not at the cost of who we are, and what is best for us. Our healthcare is a wreck now. Our enemies are stronger, and our people are weaker as a whole.
I don't care if others like that or if it helped them feel better.
I'm an American before a Republican or Democrat. I hope that helps you understand a Republicans way of thinking a little bit, friend.
- Warren TLv 71 year ago
What dramatic upward shift? All I saw while Obama was President was a country who was the laughing stock of the world
- acid victim 25Lv 71 year ago
Republicans look to the future, not to the past
- Anonymous1 year ago
You're question does not make sense. I think you meant to ask is how do Republicans feel about the fact Obama improved the reputation of the USA abroad. They pretended it was not happening. That was how they reacted. Republicans tried to portray Obama as incompetent and bought into their own propaganda.
- u_bin_calledLv 71 year ago
not at all surprising that anything that includes the term "feel" is so devoid of real-world facts...
in 2016, the BBC reported that U.S. relations with its strongest traditional allies, Israel, Germany and the UK were at 50-year lows... moderates in Japan were calling for the nation to re-arm for the first time since the end of WW2 due to the lack of American leadership in the Pacific...N.Korea was launching missiles at will and Russia became the most influential power in the Middle East...