Said Differently, Same Meaning…

There are dif­fer­ent ways to say the same thing. Some say what they want in direct inart­ful ways.
Others are more artic­u­late, more nuanced, more tact­ful in what they say even as they con­vey the very same mes­sage in what they say.
You decide.…

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Neil Gorsuch

I’d say to any­body who ques­tions what a won­der­ful inher­i­tance we have in our courts and the rule of law in this coun­try, go spend six weeks in a court in anoth­er coun­try of your choice and come back and tell me what you think about our courts in this coun­try.”

“I’ve got great con­fi­dence in America,”
“And I say to those who don’t, ‘Look else­where, where else would you rather be?”
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Donald Trump

–if you’re not hap­py here you can leave. That is what I say all of the time. That’s what I said in a Tweet which I guess some peo­ple think is con­tro­ver­sial, a lot of peo­ple love it by the way. A lot of peo­ple love it but if you are not hap­py in the U.S. if you are com­plain­ing all of the time very sim­ply you can leave. You can leave right now. Come back if you want, don’t come back, that’s okay, too. But if you are not hap­py you can leave.
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