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- Jan 21, 2013
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No way.My hope is he sits behind his desk in the Oval Office Monday morning, assesses his situation, and repeats the same words and actions.
The King of Jocularity you mean....
That's letting the GOP off way too easy. They need to own this abomination fully, with it staining their party for a generation.
I want to see Trump walk out on the WH law in his tighty whities, with a Big Mac in his hands, while singing 'For the Love of Money', all in front of the press, and then I want him call out to his "GREAT FRIENDS!" in the GOP when he does it.
Let them own this monster.
Yep, the 43% that support him are totally hopeless.From what I've read in this forum, Trump is the perfect representative of his base. He exemplifies their values, it's no wonder they support him so steadfastly.
Still it is an embarrassment for America with this idiot being the so-called President...So there is that
No, he's easy to mock, but what's embarrassing for America is the deeply divided, hyperpartisan attitudes which put him there; a system which by all appearances is still going strong two years after it threw up a choice between Donald Trump and someone apparently even less appealing.
The rest of the world might get a good laugh at Trump, but judging by 90% of what I read on this forum it seems that his critics at home are wasting their efforts picking apart his latest tweet, instead of getting down to asking what led to that mess of an election and how it might be mitigated going forwards. I'm gonna go ahead and suggest that calling your duly-elected President an idiot, buffoon etc. is simply another step in the wrong direction, adding another brick to the wall down the middle of your country and making it more likely that your choices in 2020 will be even more divisive, even more oriented towards appeasing their base and denigrating the 'other' half of Americans.