Liberal: "I want someone who'll fight for me"
...fight for me, against my neighbors and fellow Americans, over money someone else earned.
Making x86 chips for mobile instead of what customers want is exactly Intel being Intel-focused rather than customer-focused.
Intel has been trying this for many years. They never succeed because Intel is trying to make chips so Intel can sell chips for phones and tablets. Intel is Intel-focused. If they focused on making chips to solve problems for customers, they might be more successful.
Microsoft has the same problem. Windows 8 and Xbox One were very obviously Microsoft-focused products -- customers didn't want tiles or Kinect or HDMI input.
Memo to Intel and Microsoft: don't make stuff you want to sell, make stuff people want to buy.
The AIs took it. They're going to kill us all the day automation takes away 90% of the jobs.
People that can't be trusted to make choices for themselves become instantly perfect at making choices for everyone the day they are installed in a bureaucracy. Didn't you know that?
But storytellers are telling each other scary stories. Scary stories are better guidance than history, aren't they? It'll be different this time, won't it?
I think you mean Ben Kingsley. Gandhi actually believed in things. Hillary can usually succeed at reciting words from a script, like an actor playing a role. You like the way her character's lines are written better than Trump's.
I can't think of any other reason someone in his position would support the Republican Party.
Republicans are probably a lot nicer to him than Democrats. Would Democrats invite him to speak at their convention?
He also has a long history of supporting free speech and opposing speech codes and criminalization of speech as "hate speech". Just this week Hillary announced her support for a constitutional amendment repealing free speech for specific people.
Before you post about your failure to think of things, maybe try a little harder.
"Never ascribe to malice that which is caused by greed and ignorance." -- Cal Keegan