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 poppata
Joined: 8/6/2017
Msg: 26
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Trump's great success was that he was the only one who noticed that flyover America was suffering. Our country can not survive without a robust middle class. It can not


We agree there... but what has been going on that suggests in the least the Middle Class will benefit? Far as I can tell, things are getting worse and worse for the middle class. I see no relief in sight.
 congupnaroad
Joined: 7/22/2015
Msg: 27
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GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/10/2017 7:51:34 PM

Ms. KJ, part of the problem is I don't believe you understand just how much Trump supports the top .1% at the expense of everybody else. If you think Trump is actually trying to help the common man, you simply have no idea what's going on with the economy and all of Trumps proposals. Now granted, Trump will be totally unsuccessful in getting through the tax cuts he wants or anything else, but make no mistake his Tax Cuts would have been detrimental to the middle class and far better for the Uber class. Trump's greatest success was convincing flyover America he was their man when he is the worst possible man for the job for their benefit, and they just don't see it


Point out a Trump policy that supports your claim that he supports the top .1% at the expense of everyone else. Because you won't be able to will just prove you made that shyte up.

Point out how Trump's proposed tax cuts would have been detrimental to the middle class. Did you just make that shyte up as well?

Some of the best economists in the world can't even predict with any certainty if Trump's proposed tax cuts would have been a positive or negative thing for the US economy. So I'm really baffled as to how you know the answers.
 poppata
Joined: 8/6/2017
Msg: 28
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/10/2017 8:13:01 PM
^^^^all you have to do is pay for proprietary information from those who actually know what is going on, experts on politics, on taxes etc. and actually read that information. News flash, when Trump says his tax plan will help the middle class...utter rubbish. The middle class will likely pay more taxes... but the truth is the middle class in absolute terms pays only a small amount of income taxes collected anyway. They get hit by Fica and Futa not by income taxes. At any rate, Trump has done and will do nothing for the middle class. And you can point to nothing that shows that he has done anything for the middle class or is trying to do anything for the middle class. You just buy into all of the BS.
 Sandbyday
Joined: 7/25/2017
Msg: 29
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/11/2017 10:23:51 AM

Trump has done and will do nothing for the middle class. And you can point to nothing that shows that he has done anything for the middle class or is trying to do anything for the middle class. You just buy into all of the BS.


That's cool.
It's fine.
I'm good.
Seriously, I got all that I need, orcan and will get everything I will be needing.
And it never mattered who was in any position or governing body.
Ask not what your country can do for you m*therf**kers!
 gtomustang
Joined: 6/16/2007
Msg: 30
Bannon is working for Bannon, Chump was always his tool to use
Posted: 10/11/2017 3:10:54 PM
So, Bannon is like the soldier in Vietnam, telling us he has to destroy the GOP in order to save it. Anyone remember how well that worked the last time? Also, as Yule pointed out, Bannon is going to have to replace the people he destroys, does that mean he becomes in unelected leader of the new GOP (assuming the DNC doesn't just stand idly by)? Or is it clear yet...Bannon is out for Bannon, working his own brand? Real interesting that Bannon wants to save "Lying Ted", isn't it? Chump really targeted Cruz, why is Bannon suddenly an ally? The Alabama election and Chump supporting the GOP candidate have anything to do with that? Is Bannon now going to say Cruz's dad didn't kill Kennedy after all?

Chump ran for office more than once, why did he get elected this time? Remember, Chump's schtick is the same one that got him dismissed as fringe the last 2 times. So what changed? Senator Jeff Sessions got the GOP to take him seriously this time, and "this time" was ripe for supporters to turn their back on 18 other GOP choices. Low poll numbers for Chump in rural America and the Alabama election suggests Chump was as much used by those supporters as he tried to use them. They are beginning to dislike his record for (lack of) accomplishment. KJ is right to say the movement is not Chump, but she misses when she claims:

"Trump's great success was that he was the only one who noticed that flyover America was suffering."

KJ totally forgets, Romney and the GOP would have let General Motors fail, and Obama saved GM. Obama saw the suffering way back in the beginning, and expanded TARP and shoved it thru Congress. Its not Chump's success that he was the only one, b/c he wasn't the only one. It was the failure of flyover country to notice the black man also worked to save their jobs.

"In fact, Ohio might look very different today had Obama not acted early in his presidency. During those first few months, as economists openly debated the prospects for a global depression, the American economy was contracting at an alarming rate of more than 6 percent, and the administration was watching some 600,000 jobs a month vanish. As global demand fell and employers flailed, the demand for public assistance, mostly in the form of unemployment insurance and Medicaid, soared. Municipalities, watching their tax revenue shrink, were looking at huge cutbacks in schools and essential services. The panoply of economic and social curses that can result from such a cycle — more foreclosures, more crime, more untreated illnesses — can send states and cities tumbling for decades. If you need proof, go visit Detroit.
Obama’s first remedy of choice, the stimulus package worth more than $800 billion, remains unpopular. This is partly because three years later, the stimulus doesn’t really seem to have stimulated much real growth. But it’s also because a lot of the short-term assistance that came to states during that time wasn’t really visible to the public; it was used to maintain existing commitments to social programs and capital projects, the kinds of things that would have been noticed only had they suddenly disappeared — which could well have happened without federal intervention. According to figures kept by the administration, Ohio received some $3.5 billion in additional Medicaid payments, and more than 860,000 residents received expanded unemployment benefits. In addition, Ohio claimed about $8.8 billion for other projects, including public school systems, roadwork and police departments. It stands to reason that Ohioans, who make up about 4 percent of the country, received about that proportion of nearly $540 billion in tax breaks and income subsidies. If the Recovery Act didn’t turn things around in Ohio, it surely kept things from getting markedly worse."

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/09/magazine/ohio-economy.html

Its chutzpah that the GOP fails to support Obamacare as it was designed to be supported, and then turn around and say its proof the plan doesn't work for Trumpanzees. I guess they just aren't good at math. Just like they don't want to admit, unemployment and growth began working in favor of the working man under Obama, after the Recession Bush handed him. The numbers Chump crows about now, had to have a springboard. So why do the Trumpanzees conveniently forget all that the black man did? Does NotSoBrightBart fail to tell them about a Republican recession and that it took the black man 8 years to get things back to a point they enjoy now, thinking it has to do with Chump's chaotic twits that roil the markets and a budget that was still Obama's? Remember, Chump has yet to get his tax cuts he says will make the economy respond, so its not his victory yet, apparently...and yet the market was breaking records under Obama, and still is now.

well, that brings us back to Bannon using Chump as a prybar to serve his own needs, doesn't it?
 poppata
Joined: 8/6/2017
Msg: 31
Bannon is working for Bannon
Posted: 10/11/2017 3:15:32 PM

Its chutzpah that the GOP fails to support Obamacare as it was designed to be supported, and then turn around and say its proof the plan doesn't work for Trumpanzees. I guess they just aren't good at math


Its actually another impeachable offense for refusing to enforce the laws of the US...

He's gone.... either under the 25th or by impeachment.

The sooner this he is gone, the better off we will all be.
 HawkingJr
Joined: 4/16/2007
Msg: 32
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GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/11/2017 4:33:26 PM
“Why don't you come up with a better policy about North Korea than Trump?”

Although there are certainly better policies, as I’ve said before, I don’t think any policy is going to make a dime of difference with North Korea, because just as the United States is currently led by a juvenile being managed by an adult day care center (greatest burn in political history!), so is NK. It’s like watching two toddlers fight over a bright toy. Fortunately, I don’t think either of their babysitters are stupid enough to let them start a war. NK’s military leaders cannot possibly be buying into their own propaganda and are perfectly aware their country will be annihilated in a war with what would not just be the United States but nearly the entire world. Trump’s handlers know that although they would win (maybe not quickly) any war with NK so long as nukes are on the table, it would cost the lives of millions of South Koreans and Japanese. As such, it seems likely not much of anything’s going to happen anytime soon, so why not let the babies throw their applesauce and shake their rattlers at each other for a while? Hopefully soon they’ll get tired and fall asleep. (I’m sure sooner or later Trump will shoot down a NK test missile. I doubt that will change much of anything, though – is NK really going to start the war of all wars over a test missile being shot down over international territory?)

Although in response to a NK-related question, Corker’s warning seemed to be more about other countries – countries that aren’t necessarily headed by fellow insane people. Particularly Iran, because right now they aren’t really doing anything to anybody, and as noted by almost every other country and Trump’s own administration, are in compliance with their nuclear agreement. The only reason for Trump to pull the rug out from underneath that vase right now is goddamn pride, because he said he was going to rip it up, his enemies are laughing at him and his supporters are complaining to him because he hasn’t, so he’s going to go against all but the insane wing of his coalition in order to make good on a foolish campaign promise. That’s just going to open a giant Pandora’s box that could easily lead to World War III, because unlike NK, there are quite a few countries that would considering being one of Iran's allies in a war against Trump -- and not just in the Middle East.

Furthermore, as has been noted since the beginning of his administration, Trump’s not just stirring up even more trouble with our enemies, he’s pizzing off our allies, too, with all his “America-first” jingoism, withdrawing from agreements – and his just plain azzhole bully nature. The way he behaves, war with Mexico, Canada and the EU is not out of question, much less Iran, Syria, Venezuela and Cuba. Probably only Russia is off the table, and we all know why.

“Apparently, you didn't learn anything fromt Roy Moore primary win.”

Moore’s primary victory was meaningless, except to embarrass Trump (which was hilarious as hell – like deleting those tweets would make everybody forget what he had done). I doubt Bannon even had much to do with it – Moore was already a legend in Alabama among the backwoods Christian inbreds that dominate that state’s (and now many states’) Republican Party, whereas Strange was well-known for only one thing: the corrupt bargain most people think he made with the unquestionably corrupt and eventually deposed governor who appointed him to the Senate – that alone, according to my actually-living-in-Alabama parents was enough for many Republicans to vote against him, much less for Moore. To most who voted, it was not a Bannon vs. Trump or Bannon vs. the establishment situation – it was a Roy “turn this country into a theocracy and run all those sinful gays and blacks out of here” Moore vs. Luther “corruption is my middle name” Strange situation. It was surprising Moore didn’t win 3 to 1 in that environment, but instead he won by “just” 10 points, and you know what? That might have been because of Trump’s endorsement of Strange – I saw quite a few people interviewed who said they had planned on voting for Moore until Trump came to town and begged them to vote for Strange, and they couldn’t argue with their God, even though they felt like he was leading them astray. Had Trump endorsed Moore, Moore probably would have seriously whooped Strange’s butt. Trump has faithful followers (including a bunch in this thread) – Bannon does not.

Anyway, you and Dee are out of your minds if you think Bannon’s war with the “establishment” is a smart idea. Running to the right of moderate GOP senators in purple states like Arizona and Nevada could lead to a Democratic majority in the Senate. Heck, it might start with Alabama, of all places. If Jones loses to Alabama godking Moore by less than 5 points in a state Trump carried by 30 points and Sessions won by 30 points in 2008 (he was unopposed in 2014, which tells you something right there), then things are going to get seriously ugly in red states where the Republican senator won by less than 20 points in 2012 (Texas, Nebraska, Mississippi and now Tennessee because of Corker’s retirement, who originally won in 2006 by only 2 points) – sure would be nice to have incumbency on their side. Oh, wait – Bannon is killing off all GOP incumbents. Brilliant strategy, man – brilliant.

Although it's possible Moore could lose (he nearly lost in his 2012 campaign for chief justice, which most people don't realize -- he won by a couple of points to a DEMOCRAT -- in ALABAMA), I doubt he will or for that matter the Republicans will lose the Senate (unless McCain leaves office) because even if the elections are much closer this time around because of REAL America's hatred of Trump, the math just isn't there, really. But the House is in serious jeopardy -- ESPECIALLY if Bannon can get rid of a bunch of moderate Republican incumbents in purple districts in the primary. I mean, 4 Trump Republicans nearly lost special elections in solidly red districts. And there are a whole lot of purplish districts led by Republicans right now whose only real strength against this anti-Trump tide is being incumbents. So, please, Mr. Bannon: take out all your incumbents in the primaries. Just keep burning down your House to purify it. God, what is it with conservatives and purity?
 Kj521
Joined: 11/16/2016
Msg: 33
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/11/2017 5:25:51 PM
"Moore’s primary victory was meaningless, except to embarrass Trump (which was hilarious as hell "


Mr. Hawking....

Forgive me if I don't put much credence into your political analysis. One only needs to peruse the Trump election thread to see your analysis and predictive abilities leave much to be desired. :)
 gtomustang
Joined: 6/16/2007
Msg: 34
Tea Party movement is top-heavy with narcisists
Posted: 10/12/2017 5:21:59 AM
1) Bannon now thinks Chump has only a 30% chance to finish his term. If he's right, that's bad for Trumpets who supported Chump getting into office--they supported a loser candidate and should have invested elsewhere. Bannon thinks the 25th Amendment will be launched on Chump, who will have few allies by then. But will Chump go quietly? What will it do to the legitimacy of the GOP, who backed this horse?

If Bannon is wrong, then its a sign he doesn't have a finger on the pulse of the nation, but only on his own wrist and is blind to what's going on outside his bubble:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/report-bannon-said-trump-has-30percent-chance-of-completing-full-term/ar-AAtjR5a?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp

2) Chump is showing even more childishness when it comes to being president:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/%E2%80%98he-threw-a-fit%E2%80%99-trump%E2%80%99s-anger-over-iran-deal-forced-aides-to-scramble-for-a-compromise/ar-AAtjN0y?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp

3) One of his spokepeople has an interesting chip on her shoulder--is there anyone in the White Again House NOT out for themselves?:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/how-sarah-huckabee-sanders-sees-the-world/ar-AAtidsD?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp

4) Chump supported Roy Moore, the GOP candidate, thinking it was good advice. He went to bed angry as a result. Sarah Palin used it to get another 15 seconds of fame--another person out to use the Trumpanzees for her own benefit. Its ironic, b/c the Trumpanzees claim to be sick of politicians out for themselves, yet that's what they rally behind. We'll see what happens to Moore if the moderate voters get off their asses and show up to vote.

Who will Bannon turn on next, b/c he decides they are not part of the faithful by doing his bidding? How long before his cult of personality falls on itself? When will the Trumpanzees see thru the veil?
 deetristate
Joined: 12/4/2014
Msg: 35
Tea Party movement is top-heavy with narcisists
Posted: 10/12/2017 8:48:53 AM
again, nonleftists do not live and die and have their egos nurtured and their sense of being determined by for whom they vote.



probably why nonleftusts don't rely much on fantasy and ad hominem.
 LLove2LaughToo
Joined: 6/6/2016
Msg: 36
Tea Party movement is top-heavy with narcisists
Posted: 10/12/2017 9:18:06 AM

Msg: 35
again, nonleftists do not live and die and have their egos nurtured and their sense of being determined by for whom they vote.

probably why nonleftusts don't rely much on fantasy and ad hominem.


You can't be serious. Comrade Trump throws a toodler tantrum blasting "Liddle" Bob Corker after getting his feelings hurt and his little ego bruised, and non-lefties don't rely on ad hominem? Comrade Trump kool-aid drinkers live in a fantasy world.


MAGA – Morons Are Governing America.

Memorable Rex Tillerson Quote: "Donald Trump is a F*cking Moron"
 chameleonf
Joined: 12/22/2008
Msg: 37
Tea Party movement is top-heavy with narcisists
Posted: 10/12/2017 9:34:20 AM

again, nonleftists do not live and die and have their egos nurtured and their sense of being determined by for whom they vote.

Seriously?! The evidence would suggest otherwise when watching the non-leftist crowds' crazed chanting and dazed looks at non-leftist rallies (including white supremacists), together with the many many comments heard and read first hand by them. One of the reasons Trump is still in office has to do with non-leftist egos and their "sense of being" aligning with a rightfully described "fvcking moron".

What is being heard now more and more leads one to believe that Bannon, as much of a self-interested megalomaniac as he is, is very likely correct in that Trump won't last a full term and should be more concerned about the 25th Amendment rather than impeachment. It's pretty unprecedented at this stage to have descriptions of a president include such things as "moron, consumed by dark moods, unravelling, unstable, losing a step, adult day care, unfocused, Alabama being a blow to his "psyche", appointed officials staying on to help avoid disastrous decisions, close friend Tom Barrack saying he's been shocked and stunned by Trump's behaviour." And these are being said by those working with him and who know him personally. Combine that with the ever increasing examples of his lack of basic knowledge of the Constitution, policy and how to interact with other countries, his supporters can at least salve their egos after the 25th being invoked by stating they didn't realize they were duped by a individual with mental problems...something those who didn't vote for him realized from the get go.
 HawkingJr
Joined: 4/16/2007
Msg: 38
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GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/13/2017 12:56:09 PM
“Forgive me if I don't put much credence into your political analysis. One only needs to peruse the Trump election thread to see your analysis and predictive abilities leave much to be desired.”

I made many different predictions during the election run-up, because the environment kept changing with every new “grab her by the p*ssy”/Wikileaks revelation, but in general I always agreed with the consensus of the polls, which right before Election Day had Clinton winning the national vote by 1-4%. She won by 2%. Trump’s electoral college victory was a statistical fluke in a razor-thin election with a pair of equally detestable primary candidates that would have been impossible to predict with the delayed statistics available – which is not the same as impossible to guess, like so many Trump worshippers did. Regardless, the main thing I said from beginning to end was that the majority of Americans would never vote for a racist, sexist, xenophobic, moronic hatemongering candidate only 4 years after re-electing a non-racist, non-sexist, non-xenophobic intelligent even-keeled black man, and indeed 10 million more people voted against the racist, sexist, xenophobic, moronic hatemongering candidate than voted for him. The one thing I will readily admit I was wrong about is just how many stupid Americans there are, because I had no idea it was enough for Trump to get as many votes as he did. Which is not to say the polls weren’t saying exactly that, but I just refused to believe that so many people I personally knew were terrible human beings, rotting from the inside out.

But as for Moore, I lived in his Alabama and you did not, so it’s rather foolish of you to believe you can understand those people (if you can call them that) better than I do. Not that you made any predictions before his primary victory, but you were certainly in a no-lose situation: Strange wins, Trump wins; Moore wins, Bannon wins... and by extension Trump. Which is all the more reason I say this whole thing was meaningless, because it was an election that was essentially unlosable to Trump’s cult. Although some (particularly the “good” Republicans) are now arguing that they lost by winning. Many Republicans decry the characterization of their party as racist, sexist, xenophobic, theocratic and, well, backwards as false stereotypes and it’s difficult to find a highly elected GOP official like that (other than Trump). With Moore in the Senate, there will be one who fits that characterization to a Trump-like “T” and he’ll be so loud and crazy that Democrats all across the country will be able to use him in their ads, saying “Look, I told you that’s what a Republican is like – is that what you want in office?” Since there never was much chance of the Democrats getting an Alabama Senate seat, many Democrats consider this the best thing that could happen in this scenario – the Christmas gift that’ll keep on giving! Of course, they’ll take Jones pulling off the upset of the century (bigger than Trump!), too, since that pretty much would guarantee them taking control of the Senate.

Either way, it’s all good.
 John252817
Joined: 8/24/2016
Msg: 39
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/13/2017 4:01:20 PM
"but I just refused to believe that so many people I personally knew were terrible human beings, rotting from the inside out.'

^^^^Hawking, that angry statement you just said, if someone doesn't agree with you, they are "rotten people". If there are racists in your "personally know people", I am shocked you would not have separated yourself with them a long time ago, I know I sure would have.
 John252817
Joined: 8/24/2016
Msg: 40
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/13/2017 4:13:07 PM
It's one thing to vote for someone who has flaws like both presidential candidate's had. There was a choice, neither was a great choice and both had flaws. I know a lot of people who voted for corrupt hillary but they are not rotten people, they are people in this particular situation who were blinded by a person who was a crook and looked past it. They agreed in a liberal SC, they believed in many things I didn't believe in but we all move on and communicate, or at least communicate with the ones that want to. All these that I know who voted for corrupt hillary, I knew their stance a long time ago in what the believe in but I also saw the things I like in them so was never "shocked" when anything happened and I never considered them terrible. Just a thought.
 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 41
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/13/2017 6:22:47 PM
^


they are people in this particular situation who were blinded by a person who was a crook and looked past it.


As though Trump isn't a massive Crook in his own right, that no one needed to look past of...when T-tards voted for him, eh!

Then you might wonder why you get no respect whatsoever here!


I like in them so was never "shocked" when anything happened and I never considered them terrible. Just a thought.


if you've long known a friend to be a clergyman, or school teacher, or scout master...who turned out to be a perv...would you still consider him as a "good person" because you knew him to be one for so long?....or would you see him for what he was exposed for? ......Just a thought!

anybody who KNEW Trump for what he was exposed for and established himself as over many years ( a shyster; scammer [Trump Univ]; adulterer, misogynist; bigot; hater; LIAR)...and still voted for him;....... is indeed a TERRIBLE person!
 John252817
Joined: 8/24/2016
Msg: 42
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/13/2017 8:10:16 PM
YIKES^^^^^^ and then we see your user name. Kind of sad and sick to advertise you and the trophy you are hugging and.........CREEPY!!!
 poppata
Joined: 8/6/2017
Msg: 43
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/13/2017 8:32:59 PM
Look...we all have to accept it. TRUMP IS A MENTALLY ILL PIECE OF GARBAGE.... everybody knows how strongly I support Israel... but even I see that Trump is getting rid of the Iran deal, against the advice of everybody, because it is another attack on Obama. This man is far too stupid to know what the Iran deal is all about.

This man is systematically destroying this country, the environment, possibly the world.

People who still support this man....you need to look deep inside to see the type of people you really are.

Take this fat fuk out with the 25th amendment... before it is too late. That's all I can say.
 from site to sight
Joined: 11/30/2007
Msg: 44
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/14/2017 4:11:19 AM

This man is far too stupid to know what the Iran deal is all about.


Does Trump know anything about any deal he wants to scrap? Trump has been obsessed with scrapping Obamacare and replacing it something else, but has no clue what to replace it with. Trump wants to scrap NAFTA and any other trade agreements with other countries and impose big tariffs on foreign made products , but has no idea how that will affect the American economy. Trump doesn't care if prices of common items double or triple or quadruple in price because of his isolationist policies. Trump can afford to pay higher prices if the cost of living goes way up, and thinks everybody else should be able to as well.

There's a good reason why Trump never has a news conference with a question and answer session after signing an executive order or announcing some new policy. He knows he would be stumped to answer questions about the specific details with any new plan he wants to be put in place. That would reveal what a real idiot he is-as if there hasn't been enough evidence to prove it already, and that's why he walks out after signing something. But he always wants to have a big TV production made of the actual signing part, but nothing else.
 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 45
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/14/2017 6:42:46 AM
#43 says


Look...we all have to accept it. TRUMP IS A MENTALLY ILL PIECE OF GARBAGE


not only is he mentally deranged......but right now, there are pple starting to believe that he could very well be the most EVIL leader in the world..........don't make the MISTAKE of saying that he hasn't committed any atrocities, as he is held in check by the USC....but if he was a head of a totalitarian state (like Russia) I would bet the ranch that this miscreant would equal or supercede anything Putin has committed.........there is an EVIL streak in this guy, that most of us in the NY area have always known about!


but even I see that Trump is getting rid of the Iran deal, against the advice of everybody, because it is another attack on Obama. This man is far too stupid to know what the Iran deal is all about.


This man has a pathologic obsession with Obama....he cannot stand the idea of a black man having more accomplishments than he has; as he has had disdain for all Blacks his entire life. In his mind there is no black man who could be worthy of being POTUS, so he has to destroy anything Obama has put forth regardless of the consequences.


This man is systematically destroying this country, the environment, possibly the world.


and he has 3 more years to go


People who still support this man....you need to look deep inside to see the type of people you really are.


did the pple who supported Hitler know who they really were deep inside...other than loyal patriots?


Take this fat fuk out with the 25th amendment... before it is too late. That's all I can say.


Which is why I lay the blame on the GOP congress for whatever disaster Trump brings forth...only they have the power to yank him....and they are too cowardly to do it.

as the saying goes:
the reason why men of evil are able to take charge, is if men of good will sit around and do nothing


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#44


Does Trump know anything about any deal he wants to scrap? Trump has been obsessed with scrapping Obamacare and replacing it something else, but has no clue what to replace it with. Trump wants to scrap NAFTA and any other trade agreements with other countries and impose big tariffs on foreign made products , but has no idea how that will affect the American economy. Trump doesn't care if prices of common items double or triple or quadruple in price because of his isolationist policies. Trump can afford to pay higher prices if the cost of living goes way up, and thinks everybody else should be able to as well.


you just described ^ the traits of a Narcissist.....who unfortunately has been elected as POTUS by a bunch of fools hoondwinked by his rhetoric...........God help us!
 from site to sight
Joined: 11/30/2007
Msg: 46
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/14/2017 7:24:26 AM

This man has a pathologic obsession with Obama....he cannot stand the idea of a black man having more accomplishments than he has...


He also can't stand the idea of being defeated by a woman. And that's why he did whatever he could to destroy Hillary, by attacking her marriage-as if Trump has a great record in that department-and (most likely) using the help of the Russians to dig up dirt on her, and threatening to have her tossed in jail-just like in totalitarian regimes, where the opposition is forcefully silenced.
 poppata
Joined: 8/6/2017
Msg: 47
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/14/2017 1:42:34 PM
The best thing you can say about Trump is he is a sociopathic narcissist and this past week is proof positive what a terrible, awful human being. We need him gone..the sooner the better.
 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 48
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/14/2017 3:08:02 PM
^


We need him gone..the sooner the better.


and this is why it won't happen.....as long as the GOP leads the houses, that is.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/analysis-5-reasons-the-gop-won%E2%80%99t-dump-trump/ar-AAtpW0l?li=BBnb7Kz
 gtomustang
Joined: 6/16/2007
Msg: 49
GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/14/2017 5:58:50 PM
"that angry statement, if someone doesn't agree, they are rotten people..."

>>>So if someone talks about Lyin' Ted, Lo Energy Jeb, Crooked Hillary, Uncle Fester, libtards...what do those angry statements mean? :)

"if there are racists, i'm shocked--shocked!-- you would not have separated from them--I know I sure would have"

>>>and yet you support a racist president. I guess you're not sure at all :) Or maybe you think when the Prez says Puerto Ricans don't want to help themselves, that they want things done for them, that isn't racist at all but is backed up by science.

Johnny, you're always Hillaryous, but especially when you sabotage your own argument inside your own post :)

Meanwhile, Chump doesn't have enough trouble handling NK, so he goes into distraction mode with Iran to make his fanboi base wet itself with pleasure. Must be like Bush, trying to get a two-front war going on. Not that left us with a deficit or anything. and he wants to increase the nuclear stockpile 10fold (also increasing budget) but now says he just wants it in tip top shape...for what reason? You just can't trust anything that comes out of Chump's mouth. He says its all fake news, but he has such a history of going back on other things he's said, so who really knows?

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/11/politics/nuclear-arsenal-trump/index.html
 HawkingJr
Joined: 4/16/2007
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GOP Sen. Bob Corker Says Trump's Volatility Could Spark 'World War III'
Posted: 10/20/2017 7:33:16 AM
“Hawking, that angry statement you just said, if someone doesn't agree with you, they are ‘rotten people’.”

This is one of the biggest lies (or idiotic misunderstandings) that comes out Trump worshippers. They aren’t rotten because we disagree on politics. They are rotten because they are rotten. You pretty much have to be rotten to be supportive of racist, sexist, xenophobic hatemongering in modern times. Comparatively, there are numerous Republican politicians I largely don’t agree with who not only have not exhibited racist, sexist, xenophobic hatemongering tendencies but have also largely refused to support and even some have gone so far as to condemn those that do – including Trump. And those Republicans are not rotten. Heck, there are apparently tens of thousands in Alabama of all places that are refusing to support Moore even though they are Republicans and hate liberals, because Moore is too rotten for them to vote for – hence, a recent poll showed that special election tied.

“If there are racists in your ‘personally know people’, I am shocked you would not have separated yourself with them a long time ago, I know I sure would have.”

Obviously I am not friends with such people, but I am forced to be in business with some of them and therefore continue to associate with them. But more importantly in the context of your statement, many of these people were hiding their racist tendencies until Trump came on the scene and they decided if it’s okay for the president to be openly racist, then surely it’s okay for them. These are the people who greatly disappointed me and I am embarrassed that I did not see the extent of their charade before that point – if they were truly my friends or romantic interests, I cut them from my social life upon that discovery. No better example exists for you people than KJ – I had absolutely no indication that she was that type of person until Trump became a serious contender and she came out of the closet, but that’s on me, because given my vast experience with such people, I should have seen it coming.

“I know a lot of people who voted for corrupt hillary but they are not rotten people, they are people in this particular situation who were blinded by a person who was a crook and looked past it.”

This is not to say I agree with you about the level of Clinton’s corruption, or for that matter the insinuation that Trump was/is not corrupt, but politics by its very nature is filled with corruption and has been since Athenian times and will continue to be so until the end of times. This is some sort of absurd fantasy many of you live in to believe that corruption can ever be separated from politics. You can assume without question that that every politician is corrupt (even Sanders) – your job as a voter is to choose the politician most likely to advance the agenda you believe in, however corruptly so. Which is not to say personality should not be taken into consideration as well: how can you trust a politician to advance your agenda or keep you safe if every other word out of his mouth is a lie and his behavior is largely more juvenile than your own children’s? But to think anybody ambitious and self-involved enough to run for a position of power is not going to be swayed by the corruptions of politics is itself childlike thinking. Most people voting for Clinton could care less about her secret email server – they were far more concerned about Supreme Court appointments, the focus of the Justice Department, health care, the economy, education, civil rights and civil liberties. Certainly most true Republicans voting for Trump saw him as the best opportunity to enact their agenda despite his obvious problem with the truth, though some seemed to be voting for him because he was technically not part of the swamp at that point and it seemed he would be more likely to drain it than Clinton, despite the fact that that was nothing but fantasy. But there is not question many voted for Trump because of his racist, sexist, xenophobic dog whistles – primarily people that hadn’t ever voted or hadn’t voted in years because previous recent Republican politicians refused to engage in that disturbing behavior, and spoke in “elitism snobbery” while Trump spoke on their level, like a blue collar bagboy. These are the “rotten” and the reason Trump won the election – they made the difference, whereas if he had only been able to rely on traditional Republican voters, he would have gotten crushed since many abandoned him due to his disturbing behavior.
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