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I feel like no matter what Trump does at this point in time, it will go unpunished. He seems to be immune to the ruinous effects of incidents that are supposed to destroy whole careers. I am not implying that he has committed a crime; I am just saying that his reputation is not suffering due to the outrageous things that he has done and said so far.






I mean he didn't get punished for his insane border closing idea....well that's not a crime but still....insane people get away with insane things.
That's the world we live in.

The fact his reputation is not suffering that much kinda makes me worry for the US but at the same time be glad i'm not in that shit tip at the moment.

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Regardless of what you feel about Trump, the way he get's into peoples heads and then starts breaking shit is inspiring.

Love it...


Yesterday, he told reporters that his wall needed to be transparent to prevent Americans from being struck by 60-pound sacks of drugs tossed over from the Mexican side.


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I mean he didn't get punished for his insane border closing idea....well that's not a crime but still....insane people get away with insane things.
That's the world we live in.

The fact his reputation is not suffering that much kinda makes me worry for the US but at the same time be glad i'm not in that shit tip at the moment.



Conservatives hate liberals so much, they'd rather see the country go down in flames than admit liberals are right.

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MossRantz.

It sounds like Trump has already moved into your head and is starting to renovate.

Also the line "Liberals are right" is total bullshit.
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MossRantz.

It sounds like Trump has already moved into your head and is starting to renovate.

Also the line "Liberals are right" is total bullshit.


Liberals aren't right.
But the right ain't right either.

Both have their heads up their asses to be honest and need to stop fighting and blaming shit on eachother.
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Regardless of what you feel about Trump, the way he get's into peoples heads and then starts breaking shit is inspiring.

Love it...


I've seen this posted more than once here.

What does Donald Trump do that you can't do, that you find his behavior inspirational?

Anybody can lie, anybody can post crazy sh*t on twitter. Wake up in the morning and post about some person having low IQ. That sounds like some kid on a 4chan board.

How is it inspirational to behave like base human behavior?

It's like walking down the street and seeing someone kick a cat to try to get a reaction out of passersbys and thinking 'now that's inspirational... that kick totally got in their heads!'

I don't understand how someone can view a 71 year-old with a penchant for dishonesty and emotional immaturity as someone who's an inspiration.

It would be so, so easy living life as an assh*le to see people's reactions.

That's why kids do it. Because it's easy... But who wants that emotionally retarded quality in a 71 year-old president?

That's actually what's in my head. I would have the same reaction if I was in mid flight on a plane and realized a child was sitting in the cockpit. That kid would definitely be living in my head... And breaking everything and then some.
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What does Donald Trump do that you can't do, that you find his behaviour inspirational?


I cannot trigger an emotional response in you strong enough to trigger a multi paragraph diatribe about me.

But Trump obviously can.

Does that not mean he is in your thoughts and as such has influence/power over you?

After all thoughts, behaviour, actions, results....
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TheZaphod wrote:

What does Donald Trump do that you can't do, that you find his behaviour inspirational?


I cannot trigger an emotional response in you strong enough to trigger a multi paragraph diatribe about me.

But Trump obviously can.

Does that not mean he is in your thoughts and as such has influence/power over you?

After all thoughts, behaviour, actions, results....


You're not the president.

You would get a multi-paragraph diatribe if you had control over life and death and the most important country in the world.

Given your 'inspirations' you would probably get several pages worth of diatribes from me
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Thanks for sharing that.

I was told if I started to follow the methods and techniques that Donald Trump uses to influence people then I too will be able to influence others.




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This guy has a great gimmick.
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Nalaniel wrote:

I feel like no matter what Trump does at this point in time, it will go unpunished. He seems to be immune to the ruinous effects of incidents that are supposed to destroy whole careers. I am not implying that he has committed a crime; I am just saying that his reputation is not suffering due to the outrageous things that he has done and said so far


He does have a 39% approval rating with a decreasing trend. That's well below average for a president this early on.
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Piss gate failed to be what the dems were wanting. They moved onto Russia hacking our elections, which everyone seems to agree our voting systems were not hacked, that failed to live up to what the dems wanted. Now you've given up attacking Trump and your trying to label his son talking with a Russian about Russian adoptions as the new scandal.

You've hit bottom of the barrel and your just scratching up wood now.



This is one of the reasons why I was against pursuing the elections to far, because it allows people to dismiss entirely legitimate offenses.

It is also obvious that you've didn't read any further into this than the headlines, because if you did then you would understand that it doesn't matter what the meeting devolved into, the point is that the meeting was arranged with foreign dignitaries under the pretense of damaging information on a candidate. Despite what people think this isn't treason, as we aren't at war with Russia, it is still a serious offense.

Honestly, I wish that we can return to how politics were pre Newt Gingrich, where one could argue was the start of this particular brand of hyper partisanism.
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This guy has a great gimmick.


Yes, it's kind of a low grade asshole version of a Jedi Mindtrick.




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He does have a 39% approval rating with a decreasing trend. That's well below average for a president this early on.


Good point. However, I still find it odd that Republican voters want to reap a few benefits here and there from this presidency while completely neglecting the fact that an incompetent president is bound to have a negative impact on the country as a whole, which may or may not have long-lasting effects.
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I find it funny how easily the media wags people around, and they dance like they are attached to strings.

You all do realize that the nsacia has tools that mimic and spoof locations and can craft such narratives easily. (I mean if you've paid a shred of attention to capabilities that have been revealed...)

This is all just to distract from the fact that the DNC electoral frauded the hell out of Bernie Sanders so that Hillary could get anointed and they were counting on enough non participation from the populace in voting so that electoral fraud would have brought her to the presidency.

In which case we'd have already been at war with russia.

You people need to go dig into what happened when the soviet union collapsed and who did the biggest looting.

But since Putin is no friend of the central banking authorities and took steps to take down at least the russian looters (and an arrest warrant for george soros is in there somewhere too, this is why ol georgei will not ever go back to russia) then this is the reason why there has been such big moves in the oilgas industry, and THIS is why the chokepoint of Syria is being made such a big deal out of, because all land based oilgas lines from the mideast traverse Syria.

If said pipeline is Israeli in nature and comes from Qatar or Saudis, this helps the geopolitical struggle for them against russia. And if the pipeline comes from Iran, this helps Russia. Because really they are just trying to bring russia to bear (no pun intended) by hitting them in the pocket on their biggest export.


Geopolitics 201, people. Follow the money, as always.

This russia hacked our election BS has absolutely NO substance to it.

Cmon...how many of you REALLY believe that if they had something tangible to use against Trump on this, it wouldnt have been leaked out at the very minimum already???

Trump's no saint but this russian hacking story is nothing but a distraction and anyone who believes it is not paying any attention.
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Dang this is a cesspool.
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