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Let's ask Gary Johnson how much effect being the candidate that cares most about you had on this election. Do you think Hillary gave a shit about you? She was only concerned about her name being etched into American History books in the "First Woman Elected President" chapter. That's not saying that Trump wasn't focused on history books too but it is saying that neither of them were running out of a sense of moral conscious and goodness in their hearts.
Lower income rural voters typically get lip service from candidates during campaigns that turns into nothing when they get elected. So while they may have been wanting someone to listen to them there was also an element of wanting a pyromaniac to burn Washington D.C. into the ground too. Guess who fit that profile better.
 
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Posted - Dec 29 2016 : 12:17PM
Correct.
In retrospect, she should have spent more time lying to the Rust Belt about how she was going to get them their jobs back, and then flown back every night on her personal private jet back to her Manhattan penthouse with the gold-plated toilet seats and $20,000 life-sized painting.
 
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^^ thanks for that. Good to read.
It's clear that Trump tapped into the massive disaffection non-coastal Americans feel about the system and his unpredictability gave him a 'burn the bridges' credibility. However like everything Trump sells it's pretty much a crappy product, produced by others, with the name 'Trump' branded on it. It's highly unlikely a Trump presidency will be any different.
Yeah, Trump will kick at some of the Beltway conventions and shibboleths, but any real sea change in policy and regulation will likely be to the detriment of Wisconsonians and Michiganers who swung the election his way. Might be better for the good folks of Missouri - who knows?
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Which is why an AT&T-style breakup of the country is really the only thing that makes sense anymore.
Let the coasts go their own way, let the upper midwest do what they want to do, and let the rest of the country be Mississippi.
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I think Hillary would have wanted history to record her tenure as something that did well for the country. I think Trump is way more interested in winning and personal gain, and if he has to choose between that and a legacy, you are all toast.
When everything is all 'burned down,' we'll see how those struggling rural folk are doing.
 
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Posted - Jan 1 2017 : 4:49PM
This guy is such a tool...

Just like Trump "knows more than the generals," he also knows more than the intelligence agencies
Wouldn't it be hysterical if he discussed the “things that other people don’t know” with the intelligence agencies?
Maybe discuss it at one of his national security briefings
Or, God forbid, with President Obama?
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Or he could share all the secret things he knows with us--like his secret plan to get rid of ISIS lickety split. Or the unbelievable things that his investigators in Hawaii were finding out about Obama's birth certificate. Or how he's going to get Mexico to pay for that big, beautiful wall with a door in it.

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Come to think of it, he probably has known all along who did the hacking. Someone sitting on their bed who weighs 400 pounds. Yuri.
 
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Trump Promises a Revelation on Hacking
So, it's now Thursday.
Has Trump enlightened us yet, as promised, on his special, unique knowledge on hacking?
Senators McCain and Graham don't seem inclined to let Trump blow-off the Russian hacking
If Trump were a Democrat, the usual suspects would be screaming "treason" and talking "impeachment" already.
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Posted - Jan 5 2017 : 8:30PM
Yeah.. his unique knowledge was just echoing what Assange said... that there is an email showing that the Democratic guy gave away his password to a phishing email and as such could have been hacked by anyone. Which of course means very little
We all know Trump is very insecure. The reason he is trying to dismiss all of this is because it is part of a story that maybe he doesn't win the election without foreign assistance. He would be nearly calling for war if there was intelligence the Russians hacked something that made him look bad instead of his opponent.
He's like the religious guy about science.. "Science is great as long as it doesn't conflict with my holy book written 3000+ years ago"...... gathering intelligence is great for Trump as long as it doesn't conflict with one of his personal narratives

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What type of moron conducts foreign policy via Twitter?
 
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He's not "fucking up". Well, he is if you're applying logic and rationale to this Grand Experiment. But logic and rationale are about as welcome in America in the Year 2017 as a chick weighing more than 100lbs is in a video these days.
This is all part of the plan. (or the non-plan as it were). This is what his people voted for. The days of coherent domestic and foreign policy is over. We're kind of seeing what would happen if a 60s hippie's became president*.
We're just gonna "go with it, man" We're just gonna freestyle this whole president-thing, yknow?? If its chaos, its chaos, baby. If anarchy is called for then we're gonna have anarchy. It's all good bro!
* Ironic, no?
 
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You're being exceedingly unfair to hippies, who had plenty to say at the time and whose level social engagement we could sorely use right now. I worshipped them then and I still do now.
 
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IMO, what we're kind of seeing is what would happen if a nasty two-year-old became president. Too bad for us there's no one around to set limits or give him a "time out".
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Edited by - Goldstein on 2/2/2017 5:10:28 PM
 
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Edited by - Goldstein on 2/2/2017 5:09:06 PM
 
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Obviously, he won't make it about the agents or the agency, it will all be about Donald Trump. Besides, expecting consistency out of The Donald at this point is just delusional.

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For months I've been trying to figure out his emotional age. Not full time, of course. I first thought about 8, but I don't have kids and I'm not a psychologist. Maybe as old as 12. Junior high is a big time for acting out. But then I thought how really entitled kids with nobody to correct them, and parents who buy their way out of difficulties, and lots of toadies around them -- that might change things a lot. A sociopath usually learns early in life to mimic the emotions of those around them, as would a con man. But how would that change in the bubble of privilege? Maybe you wouldn't bother to present that facade, as just ordering people around serves your purposes.
So I tried a A whole bunch of stuff comes up. (By the way, nothing comes up on a similar search for Barack Obama).
It's a long and detailed (and depressing) article that isn't really specifically addressing Trump's emotional age, but has amusing and enlightening tidbits.
Those are just some casual opinions in that last link.
Anyway. There are plenty more to click on. I still didn't pin down an age. Age 8-12 seems about right to me. Not a well-behaved or well-socialized 8-12.


Edited by - Pieps on 1/6/2017 11:49:35 AM

 
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[link inactive:Server error]This goes to what people have talked about is Trump's desire for fomenting competition amongst his underlings. He does it in his business, on TV, he did it during the campaign, and now, apparently, it's going to be SOP for his administration as well.
 
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Edited by - Goldstein on 2/2/2017 5:07:52 PM
 
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Very interesting article -- thanks for linking it!
 
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Gives you a warm fuzzy, doesn't it
Edited by - Goldstein on 2/2/2017 5:06:23 PM
 
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envisioning a time-traveling Trump's visit with the founding fathers. Yeah. Click it.
 
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Going to order "an investigation" into it.
Of course, what this is going to end up being is more crackdown on "voter fraud" i.e., more civil rights violations.

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Spicer changed the story from "three to five million illegals voting" to something like "there are irregularities with dead people still on the voter rolls" (I guess dead people are too busy to notify the county to let them know they are now dead), and "some people are registered in more than one state." Well, of course. -- Steven Mnuchin (Trump's selection for Treasury Secretary), and top White House adviser Steve Bannon.

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Trump won't have to go far in his investigation to find people who are registered to vote in more than one state. They're in the room with him.

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^Look out, they're behind you!
Trump and his lawyers told a court in connection with Jill Stein’s request for a Michigan recount that “all available evidence suggests that the 2016 general election was not tainted by fraud or mistake.”

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Whoops. Tiffany Trump is registered to vote in both Pennsylvania and New York.
 
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^As someone said; if Trump rails against it, it means he or someone in his orbit has done it.
 
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Edited by - Pieps on 2/2/2017 6:56:00 PM

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Hey Guys: Thought that some of you might get a kick out of a response that I just aimed at a Trumpian on a Presidential thread on the LezLoveVideo smartbuydisc.ru. The few smartbuydisc.ru names of people that are mentioned in the post, are just members of that smartbuydisc.ru. Anyhow, here's what I wrote today:
"Anon in Bama, let's also agree that the 7 Muslim majority countries that Trump covered with his travel ban have no record of producing any of the terrorists who have murdered our fellow citizens, here in the U.S. And we should also agree that since 15 of the 19 hijackers on 9/11, as well as Osama Bin Laden, who ordered them to commit their terrorist mass murder, were Muslim radicals, who were also Saudi Arabian nationals, then the country of Saudi Arabia is the #1 source of radical Muslim terrorists who have murdered people in America. The atrocity of 9/11, which those idiots carried out, accounts for more than 95% of all of our fellow Americans who have been slaughtered by radical Muslim terrorists, right here, in our own country.
So while claiming that he instituted the travel ban to protect Americans, Trump conveniently omitted from his ban, the nation that has been the #1 source of radical Muslim terrorists who have slaughtered people in America.
And by conveniently, I mean that what might appear, at first glance, to have been an incredibly reckless oversight by an incompetent President, was actually quite a convenient move for Trump, if considered from a business standpoint.
During Trump's Presidential campaign, Ivanka Trump, the business tycoon's daughter, and executive vice president of development & acquisitions for the Trump Organization, said that the company's luxury line of hotels, Trump Hotel Collection, plans to build hotels in Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Qatar.
Also, the Dubai-based, Landmark Group-operated, retail brand Lifestyle, had announced that it would partner with Trump Home, the Trump Organization's line of home decor and furniture, exclusively in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar.
(Sorry if all of these facts and important details are too much for folks like Skyhawk and Sylvester to absorb, because they seem to lose concentration when reading posts that are more than 2 paragraphs long. Those guys may actually be very smart, but just suffer from short attention spans. But, Anon in Bama, I know that such information doesn't even require a tiny fraction of your concentration to enable you to see its significance, as it relates to the travel ban.)
So my fellow LLV smartbuydisc.ru members, we can all understand how the Trump family's plans for expanding its business opportunities in a country like Saudi Arabia could easily be jeopardized if President Trump were to insult the people of Saudi Arabia by banning its citizens from traveling to the United States. Such a ban would certainly not be looked upon kindly by Saudi Arabians who the Trumps are hoping to do business with.
So guys, it sure seems like our new President is more concerned about preserving the well being of his family's business dealings than he is about genuinely protecting his fellow Americans from the most likely source of terrorists who would like to murder our citizens.
Trump and his family, if they were good Americans, would never even do business in a country like Saudi Arabia, which has some radical schools in which children are taught to hate infidels, like us Americans. And the Saudi Arabian government knows all about those schools, and allows them to continue teaching that crap.
Now you guys can well understand why I consider Trump to be a genuine scumbag, because it's now obvious to all but his most mentally disadvantaged supporters, that our new President's greed governs his actions more than any true concern that the man might have for actually keeping our people safe. Doing business deals in Saudi Arabia may be good for the bottom line that results for the Trump family, but the way that the President is looking out for his family's business interests in that nation, and in certain other Middle Eastern countries, is a very lousy deal for America.
I certainly agree with a Republican congressman, who said recently, that Trump is likely to be headed for impeachment before this year is over. Well, the lying scumbag's attempt at playing the role of a President has already warranted such an action being taken against him.
Anyway, it's obvious that you guys who might still support Trump (or pretend that you do, just to be annoying) won't really attempt a response to this post, because there is no intelligent, or decent, defense of Trump's actions in the way that he constructed his travel ban. And yesterday, even a Republican federal judge who was appointed by President George W Bush, came out strongly against the scumbag's travel ban. Federal judges are very reluctant to go against an executive order from a President, and for such a judge to oppose a President from his own party really indicates what a screw-up that President is.
Man, I'm really stocking up on popcorn now, because watching the latest developments concerning Trump's fumbles is a lot more fun, for this Democrat, than going to the movies to see a comedy starring someone who is only pretending to be a clown."
Well, I hope that some of you enjoyed that kicking of Trump's ass.
Edited by - Zoiper2009 on 2/4/2017 3:34:51 PM
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Now that's ^^ one great post!!! Wish I could shake your hand, Pieps! I'm going to mention a lot of your post's content to both critics and supporters of America's Liar-in-Chief.

Edited by - Zoiper2009 on 2/4/2017 3:58:13 PM


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D'oh!
It was on the wrong thread. I moved it to Trump Watch. I must have moved it while you were reading the Psychology Today article on
I'll just leave a link here as well.
D'oh!
 
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TRUMP'S REJECTING OF THE DHS REPORT ON HIS TRAVEL BAN IS JUST MORE PROOF THAT HE IS OFF THE RAILS
So now Trump is trying to dismiss the report from the Department of Homeland Security that states that his 7 country travel ban, even if America's judicial system had allowed it, would not have been effective in making the American people safer from terrorism. And we should remember that the Department of Homeland Security was established under Republican President George W Bush, after the 9/11 attacks.
It's amazing to note all the authorities, organizations and experts that Trump claims as having inferior judgment, compared to his own.
1. We all remember Trump's infamous claim, made during the campaign: "I know more about ISIS than the generals do." Sure, folks, a real estate developer would really know more than the generals on the ground whose daily job involves evaluating the latest intelligence reports on ISIS, and then putting what they learn to use as they direct our military's forces in taking on ISIS.
2. For a long time, Trump denied the unanimous conclusion of America's more than a dozen intelligence services, that Russia hacked the DNC and spread the information it had gained to interfere with our Presidential election by releasing info which would damage Clinton.
3. Trump classified a man who was appointed to the federal circuit court by President George W Bush, as being a "so called judge", although the U.S. Senate confirmed that judge's appointment by a unanimous 99 to 0 vote. With every Republican and Democratic Senator having voted in favor of confirming that judge, he received the highest rating that the U.S. Senate could possibly give to a man that it was confirming. But Donald felt it wise to malign the judge, as he does to any official, organization, or journalist, he disagrees with.
4. Trump claims that most of the news media lies, and only he tells the truth, but even members of conservative media outlets like Fox News and Forbes magazine have criticized Trump for his frequent lies.
After Trump's Feb. 16th news conference, Shepard Smith, the chief news anchor and managing editor for the breaking news division at Fox News, said the following: "It's crazy what we're watching every day," Smith said after Trump's news conference. "It's absolutely crazy. He keeps repeating ridiculous, throwaway lines that are not true at all and sort of avoiding this issue of Russia as if we're some kind of fools for asking the question. Really? Your opposition was hacked and the Russians were responsible for it and your people were on the phone with Russia on the same day it was happening and we're fools for asking the questions? No sir."
"We have a right to know," Smith added. "You call us fake news and put us down like children for asking questions on behalf of the American people."
And during the 2004 Presidential campaign, Shepard Smith certainly demonstrated that he had no liberal leanings, as he would sometimes even mock John Kerry, or Kerry's running mate, as Smith read the latest news about Kerry's Presidential campaign.
And just yesterday, (Friday Feb. 24) Shepard Smith defended CNN, as Smith said, in no uncertain terms that Trump had falsely claimed that CNN was putting out "fake news". Mr Smith said that the CNN news coverage in question was anything but fake.
Also, some of you Trump supporters on this thread may remember me mentioning that Forbes magazine, which is run by 2 time Republican candidate for President Steve Forbes, reported back in September that Donald Trump put out the amazing total of 64 different lies in just 9 days on the campaign trail, last summer. No other Republican or Democrat Presidential nominee, since TV was invented, has come close to telling that astounding sum of lies that Trump managed to invent in such a relatively short period of time.
You Obama haters out there would quickly discover that compared to 64 Trump lies in 9 days, it's impossible to come up with even half that number of Obama lies that our last President was even able to manufacture during his entire 8 years as President.
It's truly amazing that any Americans still trust Trump. And it's not only amazing, but really shocking, that a very recent poll had 78% of its Republican participants saying that they think Trump is more honest than the news media. Well, that's the exact opposite of what Shepard Smith, of Fox News, thinks. And lifelong Republican Nicolle Wallace, who was the Director of Communications for George W Bush's White House, also laughs at the idea that Trump is more honest than the news media. In contrasting Trump with the President that she worked for, Wallace has said that Trump is unfit to be a President in about every single area that you don't want to have a President fall short in, largely because of his deep dishonesty, combined with his tendency to make rash decisions without taking time to anticipate all of the possible consequences, just like Trump did in rushing to get out his first travel ban order.
And Steve Schmidt, who was Ms Wallace's boss on the 2008 McCain Presidential campaign, while describing the Trump administration's performance, during a Feb. 22nd interview, said: "The all-out assault on truth that we've seen repeatedly from both the President and White House spokespeople in a disturbing fashion." And, on a different day, Mr Schmidt also said: "Trump’s constant lies and ‘endless self-pity’ are unlike any other American president."
Yeah, earlier I was tempted to say that the 78% of Republicans in that poll who said they believe that Trump is more honest than the news media, must simply be a bunch of unusually stupid Republicans who ended up participating in that poll. But on second thought, I realized that most of those folks, rather than being stupid, must just not be as well informed, or follow things as closely, compared to many Republicans, like Steve Schmidt and Nicolle Wallace, who constantly follow everything that takes place. Plus, lifelong Republicans, like Wallace and Schmidt, who happen to have many contacts inside the Republican party, simply know a lot more about what's really going on than the typical Republican, sitting at home in front of his TV, does.
Many of Trump's supporters who have the mistaken idea that their man has any good type of relationship with the truth, must not get much information other than what comes right out of Trump's mouth, or from those of his bullshit representatives, like Kellyanne Conway. Of course, Ms Conway is hardly a real winner, with her recently being caught in actually having the nerve to blame the news media for not giving sufficient coverage to an event that she had just made up, that now infamous (and fictional) "Bowling Green Massacre". That was even more outrageous than another Conway appearance in which she referred to 4 false statement's made by Trump's press secretary, Sean Spicer, as being what she called "Alternative Facts". That alternative fact bullshit, which was invented by Trump or Conway, is nothing but a coward's way out of not having to admit to a lie. I just loved it when NBC's moderator of Meet The Press, Chuck Todd, made a fool out of Conway when he told her that what she was calling "alternative facts" were actually just falsehoods, by another name. But Mr Todd, is actually too polite, though, because he needs to start calling Trump's BS what it actually is: Lies.
In just under a half century of keeping track of the actions of American Presidents, I can honestly say that the Trump administration is the only example where a President is so determined to undermine and slander America's free press, that a top representative of the President would go so far as to invent a non-existent event, like a terrorist massacre, as part of her boss's bullshit claim that the press does not give adequate coverage to the important things that the President says that the press should really be covering.
How could anyone believe Trump's bullshit claim that the news media is deliberately under reporting terrorist attacks, when everyone knows that reports of a new terrorist attack always cause news ratings to spike because people have an intense interest in learning everything possible about such an attack, and how it might relate to safety for their own family members? And higher ratings for their news coverage, means that the networks can charge more money for the commercials that they carry.
So evidently, Trump thinks that most Americans are so stupid that they would believe his loopy claim that the media is trying to avoid giving much coverage to terrorist attacks, even though doing that, would lower the profits at networks that under reported such attacks.
To me, it's extremely sad to realize that all that an intelligent person has to do is to think for about 30 seconds concerning what I just said, to actually know what a low regard Mr Trump must have for the intelligence of the people who believe in him.
Anyhow, it's really nice to see a Shepard Smith, on Fox News, of all places, pointing out who the real liar is, by saying yesterday that CNN was not putting out "Fake News", as Trump had falsely claimed.
At the rate that things are suddenly going, it's not going to take very long for a solid majority of the American people to get sick of a President who continually claims that he and his minions are the only sources of truth on the national stage.
Yeah, when even Shepard Smith is now calling Trump a liar, then it's obvious that America's new chief executive has already sunk deep into bullshit. But, although Donald's lying, since being inaugurated, has already been much more constant than Nixon's, or any other President's, ever was, the American public has only had a tiny preview of the Trump lying that is yet to come. Because as one of Donald's biographers has said, Trump is really the kind of compulsive liar who has no self control over his mouth, so the public had better brace itself for a continual series of huge whoppers from that asshole.
But I really shouldn't have maligned the late Richard Nixon by presenting him as if he was in the same category as Trump. Sure it's true that both men fit the description of being dedicated liars. But Donald is really in a class by himself, because while at least 70% of Nixon's statements were true, today's fact checking organizations have found that only about 30% of Trump's statements are totally true, with some of the remaining 70% of Donald's claims only being partly true, while a high proportion of that 70% of Trump claims are just bald faced lies. I have to say that it's sure a sleazy achievement for Trump to have managed to even flip Richard Nixon's truth to lie ratio around, giving him an even worse batting average of negative results than the disgraced ex-President was guilty of.

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I realize that this thread gets little action anymore, since the 2016 Presidential Election is so long over.
But I hope a few of my fellow ADT smartbuydisc.ru members may appreciate something in one last parting shot I have for Trump.
The following was written to respond to a guy who calls himself Anon in Bama on the LezLoveVideo smartbuydisc.ru. So that's why you'll see
me referring to someone as Anon. Anyway, here goes. Hope someone likes my anti-Trump rant.
"Anon, before this thread is put out of its misery by the moderators I'd like to point out the fact that a major reason that Trump just squeaked over the line to win the election (while losing the popular vote by 2.86 million votes) is because, unlike Mrs Clinton, Trump made many ridiculous promises that a great many Americans believed.
Yesterday the bipartisan Congressional Budget Office (which is headed by a Republican) finally released its study of the GOP bill that would replace Obamacare. The CBO report states that by 2018 the Republican replacement plan would cause 14 million Americans to lose health insurance coverage, and that by 2026, 24 million Americans who have coverage now, would have lost their coverage if the GOP plan were to be passed and signed by Trump.
Of course, in his campaign, our Liar-in-Chief promised that, as President, he would come up with his own "amazing" plan for healthcare, which Congress would pass, with Trump promising that the new healthcare law would be so good that "it will cover everyone, at a lower cost to our people, than what they are spending under this disaster known as Obamacare". But now Trump is supporting a GOP plan that would go very far in the opposite direction from his campaign promise, that as President, he would work hard to make sure that the Republicans would replace Obamacare with a federal healthcare law that would be much better for Americans.
Of course, people who pay very close attention to what is going on in our country (which obviously does not include most Trump supporters) have known for a long time that most Trump statements are lies. And actually, POLITIFACT's study of the Trump campaign found that about 70% of the statements that Trump made to his supporters at campaign rallies were false, or only partially true. Trump supporters are deluded enough to think that their man is a guy who avoids political correctness in order to give them the straight story. And, in a way, these Trump people have part of that right, because there is nothing "politically correct" about lying, and Trump's lies sure aren't correct in any sense of that word.
But Anon, the really sad thing is that people who once seemed much different than Trump, because of having previously appeared to possess some honor, like House Speaker Paul Ryan, have now become people who are throwing aside that honor by falling into line and becoming ditto heads for Trump's bullshit. Yesterday (Monday March 13th) Speaker Ryan said that he was "encouraged" by the report about the GOP health plan that had just been issued by the Congressional Budget Office. For Paul Ryan to try to put a good face on that CBO report is like a cop who found a couple who had burned to death in their car when it was hit by a gasoline truck, saying that at least the flames of the fire had kept the couple warm in spite of the winter air being at a chilly 5 degrees.
Also, on Monday, Trump's press secretary, Sean Spicer, was heard trying to clean up the mess that his boss had created with his tweets that claimed that President Obama had wiretapped Trump at Trump tower. Spicer, in following directions given to him by our "Liar-in-Chief", attempted to put out a lying defense of his boss that claimed that Trump had never directly stated that President Obama had him wiretapped. Apparently both Spicer and his boss think that the average American is too stupid to be able to read and comprehend the very plain English that our Liar-in-Chief used in his tweets to state very explicitly that Obama had him wiretapped.
Of course we can all understand why Trump would want to attempt to lie his way out of a mess that he created for himself by bearing false witness against another American President, when Trump had gone onto Twitter and made the false accusation that our last President had committed a felony against Donald.
Now Anon, I know that you are a very intelligent man who can easily see through Trump's lies. You probably agree with Fox News anchor, Shepard Smith, who, while discussing the words and actions of our so called 45th President said: "It's just crazy, every day we are seeing him repeating the same ridiculous statements that are not true, at all".
Yeah Anon, there was that Fox newsman, on the cable news channel that's least likely to feature criticism of a Republican President, basically using words more polite than "liar", but still succeeding at expressing Shepard Smith's view that your President is actually a habitual liar who is not earning the trust of the American people.
I really agree with an intelligence professional, who has 30 years of experience serving in America's intelligence agencies, who said that a man like Trump who continually spouts the most obvious lies, that are so easily debunked, simply cannot be a very stable person.
Also, during yesterday's press briefing, Sean Spicer said again, that Trump still believes that 3 million people voted illegally in the Presidential election.
But Anon, if Trump actually believes that millions of people impersonated registered voters, which is what they would have had to do to vote, then Mr Trump is obviously too much of an idiot to be trusted with America's nuclear launch codes. Because with both Republican and Democrat observers having been present in each of America's voting precincts, millions of election cheaters would have been noticed if that many fraudulent requests for ballots were being made that duplicated legitimate ballot requests from people who were actually registered, and voted. On Election day, the newsrooms of every TV and radio network, and newspaper office, would have been flooded with a deluge of emails and phone calls from outraged Republican and Democrat officials who would have been reporting that they were seeing numerous cases of more than one person trying to use the same name and address to get a ballot intended for a registered voter. But no such reports were coming in on Election day. And on Election night, Trump's own people said that the election seemed to have been conducted fairly and accurately.
So Anon, recent surveys which indicate that about 55% of Trump supporters believe his ridiculous claim that millions of people voted illegally, actually does prove at least one thing. What it proves is that about 55% of Trump supporters are total morons who have never given any serious thought to how America's election system actually works. 5 or 6 decades ago, when some localities were still using paper ballots, ballot box stuffing did threaten the honest running of some elections. But those days are long gone.
And Anon, you are too intelligent to do anything but laugh at Trump continuing with his idiotic claim about the election.
But Trump's ego, with its intense need for Donald to always be seen as a winner, in every possible way, clearly makes Trump very defensive when he's confronted with the fact that a woman got more actual votes from the people (as opposed to Electoral votes), than he did. It was such a blow to "The Donald's" ego to see that more Americans chose Clinton in the election, than chose him, that he has forced himself to believe in the absurd fantasy that millions of folks would risk prison terms and stiff federal fines, just so that they could wait on lines to vote for Trump's opposition. A Hillary Clinton popular vote victory supposedly achieved by millions of people committing fraud, is a fantasy, that with few exceptions, only exists in Trump's imagination, as well as in the minds of the ignoramuses who are actually dim enough to believe in whatever nonsense happens to spill out of Mr Trump's lying mouth. However, to his credit, even Presidential Press Secretary Sean Spicer still refuses to say that he personally believes that any massive voter fraud took place in last November's election. So Mr Spicer never claims that it's a fact that millions of votes were cast illegally, and will only say that the President believes that such fraud occurred. (But with no evidence to back up such a wacky belief!)
You know Anon, I'm far too reasonable of a person to ever threaten the life of any President of the United States, which would be a federal crime, if I did so. And I say that even though Trump, during one of his campaign rallies, raised the idea that "2nd Amendment people" might be able to do something to stop Hillary when she's picking her judges, picks she could only be making after becoming President. Before Trump, I'd never heard of a major party Presidential candidate who was unpatriotic enough, or creepy enough, to be implying that people could assassinate a President if they didn't approve of his, or her, actions as President. So I would never encourage anyone to kill the man who is now doing such a poor impersonation of acting like a President who is really worthy of any respect. After all, an assassination of Trump would make America look like one of those South American banana republics that often used to have leaders shot out of office on a semi-regular basis. However, if the unthinkable happens, and some nut on a virtual suicide mission blows Trump's head off, I would drink a toast to such an individual having gone ahead with that act because it could actually be very beneficial to America, even having the possible effect of preventing a lot of destruction to our country. I say that because Anthony Schwartz, who got to know Donald extremely well during the 18 months he spent with Trump, so that he could ghost write "The Art Of The Deal" for Donald, has said that a President of Trump's temperament having the sole ability to launch America's nuclear weapons against any country, or countries, on earth, makes Mr Schwartz very uncomfortable since he knows that Trump is the type of unstable individual who is much more likely to be a threat to the safety of our country, and to that of the world, than any President that America has ever had. Mr Schwartz believes that if Donald is ever seriously cornered due to one of his scams on the American people being given a lot of attention in the media, then it is not even much of a stretch of the imagination to think that a President Trump might start a war, just to change the subject. Doing that would take the heat off of Donald, as the media shifted its focus to the war. I happen to think that it's quite likely that Schwartz is correct. After all, he got to see firsthand, how Trump functions, even having been permitted to listen in on business calls where he learned of Trump's various methods for dealing with people. And one thing that Anthony Schwartz learned quite well, which many Americans are now just discovering, is that Mr Trump will often say or do something outrageous, just to divert attention away from a matter that is casting Donald in a bad light."
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Posted - Mar 15 2017 : 3:48PM
^Well said. What was Anon's response--if any?
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So, it turns out the Trump was right, sort of. There was voter fraud, it was just that the fraud was committed by (wait for it) an

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"And the nice thing is, [Trump]'s got Putin to advise him. . . . He was head of the KGB. . . The KGB had a very, very simple principle . . . it was, 'accuse the opposition of exactly what you're doing yourself.'"
 
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...however he also dishes it out to Trump.
 
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In the face of recent events, I can't help but bump this.
 
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From the information leaked by Ms. Reality Winner*: .
*Hey Kids Remember: DON'T PRINT STUFF OUT AT WORK.

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Posted - Jul 9 2017 : 8:20AM
I was reading a review of a book by a female author on why Clinton wasn't successful. It reminded me that it was not only Clinton that felt they were entitled. There are a cohort of people all over the world (fem...) who still feel angry and betrayed because they feel they were entitled to have the first female president.
How said candidate actually planned to help all the disadvantaged women in America didn't seem to matter.
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Posted - Jul 26 2017 : 3:51PM
Once again, a Trump statement has many wondering if the man's sanity is passing away, before our eyes.
Many people have already heard that when Trump was speaking to a mostly blue collar crowd of folks, in Youngstown , Ohio, yesterday, the President asked the people of the crowd, in a half serious way, if they thought his likeness would ever me added to Mt. Rushmore.
But then Trump's tone changed into a serious one, as he complained of people who say he doesn't act Presidential. And this is how he defended himself against that criticism: ""With the exception of the late, great, Abraham Lincoln, I can be more Presidential than any President that's ever held this office."
That Trump claim is simply mind blowing, because it was Trump actually saying that he could be more Presidential than such previous Commander-in-Chiefs as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Kennedy, and Ronald Reagan were. President Trump often conducts himself in such a crude and undignified way that even Republicans say his behavior is beneath the dignity of the office that he holds. But, in spite of that, Donald Trump is still whacked out enough to believe that he could be more Presidential than President George Washington was!


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Yes, there is very little action on here anymore. If others are like me, we just don't see the point. we are now living in an alternate universe. I have little doubt that Trump knows exactly what he is doing. He promised to "deconstruct" (kill) the "administrative state" (the government of the United States of America), and he's doing a great job of doing it, both internally and externally. Enumerating how he's doing it on this smartbuydisc.ru is cathartic, buy I'm afraid futile. We need to prepare ourselves for the tyranny that is gaining momentum faster than we could ever have imagined. We need to save and protect our institutions because they are under unprecedented attack and perhaps the last things that can save us.
Being familiar with Hitler's tactics would also serve us well. gives us good reason to be worried and to prepare. The irony is that that the people around Hitler looked to the United States for guidance, according to .

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