Donald trump is a broken man

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Re: Donald trump is a broken man

Post by learnin » August 1st, 2020, 12:53 pm

This man should never have gotten into politics. He could’ve escaped this world under his own reality and illusion thinking himself to be the smartest, and best, man in the world. But it was this mental illness that tempted him to give it a shot.

As it is, his mental illness will be exposed for all the world to see when it could have been known only to the inner circle. When I see the man standing before
the camera, at this point, I do pity him. I understand the human condition. We do not choose our parents and we do not choose our brain with its flaws and tendencies. Disordered parents and environment can take its toll on a disordered brain as did Fred Trump upon Donald. Donald Trump cannot help himself and it would have been better if he had stayed out of politics.
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Post by spot2180 » August 1st, 2020, 1:15 pm

learnin wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 12:53 pm
This man should never have gotten into politics. He could’ve escaped this world under his own reality and illusion thinking himself to be the smartest, and best, man in the world. But it was this mental illness that tempted him to give it a shot.

As it is, his mental illness will be exposed for all the world to see when it could have been known only to the inner circle. When I see the man standing before
the camera, at this point, I do pity him. I understand the human condition. We do not choose our parents and we do not choose our brain with its flaws and tendencies. Disordered parents and environment can take its toll on a disordered brain as did Fred Trump upon Donald. Donald Trump cannot help himself and it would have been better if he had stayed out of politics.
Are you talking about Biden?

Kinda funny that you will make it two presidential elections in a row where you will go two for two with two of the most ethically challenged democrats with long political careers in DC. Not saying Trump doesnt have his issues, but you have absolutely no moral high ground saying that Trump is worse than Hillary and Biden.
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Post by stlcatfan » August 1st, 2020, 1:19 pm

learnin wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 12:53 pm
This man should never have gotten into politics. He could’ve escaped this world under his own reality and illusion thinking himself to be the smartest, and best, man in the world. But it was this mental illness that tempted him to give it a shot.

As it is, his mental illness will be exposed for all the world to see when it could have been known only to the inner circle. When I see the man standing before
the camera, at this point, I do pity him. I understand the human condition. We do not choose our parents and we do not choose our brain with its flaws and tendencies. Disordered parents and environment can take its toll on a disordered brain as did Fred Trump upon Donald. Donald Trump cannot help himself and it would have been better if he had stayed out of politics.
Once again, this is rich coming from a Dementia Joe Biden supporter. But I will leave it at that.

In regard to your first point, I will be honest, I was leery of Trump back in the early days of the 2016 Republican primaries. However, the more I listened to him, the more I found myself agreeing with him. And as I mentioned in another thread... as our president, Trump has done pretty much everything I want to see in a Republican president. So I'm glad he got into politics. He has not only shaken up the liberal establishment, but he has also ruffled the feathers of establishment Republicans who now say they will vote for Biden because they don't like Trump.

For those Never Trump Republicans who are voting for Biden, I saw a great quote recently. I'm paraphrasing, but it basically said, "Why would you eat a dog turd just because you don't like broccoli?" :)
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Post by JazzCatDRP » August 1st, 2020, 2:05 pm

stlcatfan wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 1:19 pm
learnin wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 12:53 pm
This man should never have gotten into politics. He could’ve escaped this world under his own reality and illusion thinking himself to be the smartest, and best, man in the world. But it was this mental illness that tempted him to give it a shot.

As it is, his mental illness will be exposed for all the world to see when it could have been known only to the inner circle. When I see the man standing before
the camera, at this point, I do pity him. I understand the human condition. We do not choose our parents and we do not choose our brain with its flaws and tendencies. Disordered parents and environment can take its toll on a disordered brain as did Fred Trump upon Donald. Donald Trump cannot help himself and it would have been better if he had stayed out of politics.
Once again, this is rich coming from a Dementia Joe Biden supporter. But I will leave it at that.

In regard to your first point, I will be honest, I was leery of Trump back in the early days of the 2016 Republican primaries. However, the more I listened to him, the more I found myself agreeing with him. And as I mentioned in another thread... as our president, Trump has done pretty much everything I want to see in a Republican president. So I'm glad he got into politics. He has not only shaken up the liberal establishment, but he has also ruffled the feathers of establishment Republicans who now say they will vote for Biden because they don't like Trump.

For those Never Trump Republicans who are voting for Biden, I saw a great quote recently. I'm paraphrasing, but it basically said, "Why would you eat a dog turd just because you don't like broccoli?" :)
Please remember that nicknames like "Dementia Joe Biden" are better served in the Warzone. I'll leave this thread here for now.
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Post by Opensource » August 1st, 2020, 2:40 pm

stlcatfan wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 1:19 pm
learnin wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 12:53 pm
This man should never have gotten into politics. He could’ve escaped this world under his own reality and illusion thinking himself to be the smartest, and best, man in the world. But it was this mental illness that tempted him to give it a shot.

As it is, his mental illness will be exposed for all the world to see when it could have been known only to the inner circle. When I see the man standing before
the camera, at this point, I do pity him. I understand the human condition. We do not choose our parents and we do not choose our brain with its flaws and tendencies. Disordered parents and environment can take its toll on a disordered brain as did Fred Trump upon Donald. Donald Trump cannot help himself and it would have been better if he had stayed out of politics.
Once again, this is rich coming from a Dementia Joe Biden supporter. But I will leave it at that.

In regard to your first point, I will be honest, I was leery of Trump back in the early days of the 2016 Republican primaries. However, the more I listened to him, the more I found myself agreeing with him. And as I mentioned in another thread... as our president, Trump has done pretty much everything I want to see in a Republican president. So I'm glad he got into politics. He has not only shaken up the liberal establishment, but he has also ruffled the feathers of establishment Republicans who now say they will vote for Biden because they don't like Trump.

For those Never Trump Republicans who are voting for Biden, I saw a great quote recently. I'm paraphrasing, but it basically said, "Why would you eat a dog turd just because you don't like broccoli?" :)
Shaking up the liberal establishment is an interesting objective. I mean you can do that pushing a competent conservative agenda or you can do that pushing an incompetent irrational agenda. We know that Trump isn’t competent. COVID-19 has proven that.
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Post by stlcatfan » August 1st, 2020, 2:53 pm

Opensource wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 2:40 pm
stlcatfan wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 1:19 pm

Once again, this is rich coming from a Dementia Joe Biden supporter. But I will leave it at that.

In regard to your first point, I will be honest, I was leery of Trump back in the early days of the 2016 Republican primaries. However, the more I listened to him, the more I found myself agreeing with him. And as I mentioned in another thread... as our president, Trump has done pretty much everything I want to see in a Republican president. So I'm glad he got into politics. He has not only shaken up the liberal establishment, but he has also ruffled the feathers of establishment Republicans who now say they will vote for Biden because they don't like Trump.

For those Never Trump Republicans who are voting for Biden, I saw a great quote recently. I'm paraphrasing, but it basically said, "Why would you eat a dog turd just because you don't like broccoli?" :)
Shaking up the liberal establishment is an interesting objective. I mean you can do that pushing a competent conservative agenda or you can do that pushing an incompetent irrational agenda. We know that Trump isn’t competent. COVID-19 has proven that.
Have you seen how the Democrats are all over the place right now? You've got the far left Bernie Bros and BLM supporters opposing the center left establishment liberals and the moderate blue collar Democrats opposing both groups and putting their support behind Trump. In 2016, there were literally hundreds of counties in the U.S. who traditionally voted Democrat, but swung to Trump. With the Democrat party being pulled even further left in 2020, expect more of the same.

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Post by xtrawildcat » August 1st, 2020, 5:56 pm

spot2180 wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 10:09 am
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Hatred and bitterness are irrepressible because they consume their vessels.
Funny that you don't say this about the myriad of Trump haters posting Trump hate every single day.

Is it because you agree with them? Might want to look in the mirror, kid.
Posting what Trump does or says is Trump hate?
I would think Trump supporters would be excited to hear and support what Trump does or says.

IE delaying the election, hydroxy, covid will go away on its own, too much testing , inside political rally without masks or social distancing, campaign event in Tampa Fl Friday without masks or social distancing,
Its a long list and Trump does or says something every day that his supporters should be excited to defend. Hard to understand why they see this as hate?

Whoops, I forgot. Russia paying bounties to Afghans to kill US soldiers is a hoax. Never reached my desk.

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Post by spot2180 » August 1st, 2020, 6:12 pm

xtrawildcat wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 5:56 pm
spot2180 wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 10:09 am


Funny that you don't say this about the myriad of Trump haters posting Trump hate every single day.

Is it because you agree with them? Might want to look in the mirror, kid.
Posting what Trump does or says is Trump hate?
I would think Trump supporters would be excited to hear and support what Trump does or says.

IE delaying the election, hydroxy, covid will go away on its own, too much testing , inside political rally without masks or social distancing, campaign event in Tampa Fl Friday without masks or social distancing,
Its a long list and Trump does or says something every day that his supporters should be excited to defend. Hard to understand why they see this as hate?

Whoops, I forgot. Russia paying bounties to Afghans to kill US soldiers is a hoax. Never reached my desk.
It isn't rocket science to figure out how feel about the man, xtra. You prove it right there in that post.

I am pretty sure we'll find out that Russian bounties started during Obama's presidency. The first news about it was in April of 2017, four months into Trump's presidency, so if that is when they first got wind of it, it was likely happening for a time before that.

What it must be like waking up every morning looking for negative articles to post because you hate someone.
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Post by RichardZ » August 1st, 2020, 6:40 pm

So, let me get this straight....

Someone can say the president has a 'disordered brain' and the president has a 'mental illness', but cannot say, without reprimand,..... 'Dementia Joe.'

This is getting a little weird.
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Post by bhoovy » August 1st, 2020, 6:59 pm

RichardZ wrote:
August 1st, 2020, 6:40 pm
So, let me get this straight....

Someone can say the president has a 'disordered brain' and the president has a 'mental illness', but cannot say, without reprimand,..... 'Dementia Joe.'

This is getting a little weird.
I would say it’s weird, but with everything that’s going on nowadays is it really? People saying Trump is delusional, but talk about things good or bad happening with KSU sports as “the force”.

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