POTUS proclaims himself a "very stable genius" "being, like, really smart.”

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I care considerably more about the Prez stopping or slowing the continuous slide towards full-on socialism than I do whether or not the Prez knows that the Chiefs are in Kansas City, MO and not Kansas City, KS
How about when he told his advisors to "move" Seoul in case he wanted to nuke North Korea? Does that give you any pause? Or lying about where a hurricane was going to soothe his ego?
 

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How about when he told his advisors to "move" Seoul in case he wanted to nuke North Korea? Does that give you any pause? Or lying about where a hurricane was going to soothe his ego?
Always thinking outside the brain pan.
 

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How about when he told his advisors to "move" Seoul in case he wanted to nuke North Korea? Does that give you any pause? Or lying about where a hurricane was going to soothe his ego?
Those things affect me how?
 

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Trump is exactly all of these at different times to different people. Your question is flawed. "Democrats" are not a single person. Neither are Republicans.

I also couldn't help but notice in your list of choices, you don't mention "genius," but in your summation "zinger" you do. "Evil genius or know nothing nincompoop." I'll respond to that. He's not a genius by any stretch and on some things really quite dense, but he did figure out a way to get elected president. And unfortunately, instead of being humbled by the opportunity and taking full advantage of his opportunity to change US politics forever for the better, and perhaps even the chance to become one of the most popular presidents in history, he chose to be an egotistical, thoughtless, impulsive, divisive jackass.

What a shame. We all lose for that.
Yes, but the same person chooses one of these different things depending on which is most beneficial at that moment to attack the president. I'm asking that person, to choose.

I'm really not concern trolling and I really mean it. The constant noise on petty stuff serves exactly one purpose: to make the individual spouting it feel better and to vent. Strategically it is idiotic. It changes NO ONEs mind (quite the opposite). There are real problems with Trump, and it would be better for all of us if they were the focus of your criticisms.

Oh, and not binary, you lose again.
 

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How about when he told his advisors to "move" Seoul in case he wanted to nuke North Korea? Does that give you any pause? Or lying about where a hurricane was going to soothe his ego?
The 1 millionth anonymous report of something he said? Gone to the well too many times. Not exactly difficult to believe, but certainly not worth responding to.
 

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I’m still curious about SuctionToo’s “overlooked classes”. Who are they? Where are they? Why are they? Enquiring minds want to know.
 

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Killing a few hundred thousand Koreans wouldn't affect you? Hmm.

The fact that he's stupid enough to think "moving" Seoul is an option is totally fine with you?
Not quite, Charlie Brown. You mentioned two things that Trump said that were either stupid or embellishments; I said how does him saying those things affect me?
 

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Yes, but the same person chooses one of these different things depending on which is most beneficial at that moment to attack the president. I'm asking that person, to choose.

I'm really not concern trolling and I really mean it. The constant noise on petty stuff serves exactly one purpose: to make the individual spouting it feel better and to vent. Strategically it is idiotic. It changes NO ONEs mind (quite the opposite). There are real problems with Trump, and it would be better for all of us if they were the focus of your criticisms.

Oh, and not binary, you lose again.
We should close our eyes, plug our ears and just accept that the president is a moron. Or else deuce might get triggered.

Got it.
 

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Ok smart guy who can't help constantly getting over his skis:
Here are the options:
1) Trump is evil, corrupt, authoritarian
2) Trump is a dummy who makes bad tweets and dumb typos
3) Trump is an imperfect person, and makes a lot of self inflicted errors, but Rs in particular, and many overlooked classes of people need someone like him who is willing to take the heat to fight for them
4) Trump is dear leader who can do no wrong

I only included 1 and 2 because I was asking Democrats to choose between two portrayals of Trump which are at odds, and show how they want their cake and eat it too. Evil genius and know nothing nincompoop. Can't be both. Choose.
now slither away again loser.
Why is being authoritarian at odds with bad tweets and dumb typos? Efrain Montt was well-known to have suffered from dementia prior to death. Pinochet too.
 

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Do we have any updates on the “overlooked classes”? Asking for a friend.
 

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Why is being authoritarian at odds with bad tweets and dumb typos? Efrain Montt was well-known to have suffered from dementia prior to death. Pinochet too.
It's not necessarily at odds, but if you really thought he was comparable to a dictator, I'd think you could focus on the reasons why and not typos. I doubt many people sent to the gulags criticized Stalin's grammar. Probably very few Jews sent to concentration camps cared about his gaffes.
PS nice use of "right wing" dictators. The lefties were all great guys of sound mind.
 

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It's not necessarily at odds, but if you really thought he was comparable to a dictator, I'd think you could focus on the reasons why and not typos. I doubt many people sent to the gulags criticized Stalin's grammar. Probably very few Jews sent to concentration camps cared about his gaffes.
PS nice use of "right wing" dictators. The lefties were all great guys of sound mind.
Dazzling ?
 

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We should close our eyes, plug our ears and just accept that the president is a moron. Or else deuce might get triggered.

Got it.
If only we didn't focus on Trump's stupidity, 2 would focus like a laser on Trump's "real problems" and totally not support him. But we drove him to it. It's not his fault.
 

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It's not necessarily at odds, but if you really thought he was comparable to a dictator, I'd think you could focus on the reasons why and not typos. I doubt many people sent to the gulags criticized Stalin's grammar. Probably very few Jews sent to concentration camps cared about his gaffes.
PS nice use of "right wing" dictators. The lefties were all great guys of sound mind.
There's a 165 page thread about Trump subverting the rule of law as defined by Congress, and then 1/2 of Congress completely capitulating.
 

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There's a 165 page thread about Trump subverting the rule of law as defined by Congress, and then 1/2 of Congress completely capitulating.
more cute framing. You make 5-10 posts a day on the nonsense.
 

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If only we didn't focus on Trump's stupidity, 2 would focus like a laser on Trump's "real problems" and totally not support him. But we drove him to it. It's not his fault.
You're losing. I don't personally matter at all. I'd rather you focused on his real problems to stop them and steer him away. If everything is an outrage, nothing is.
 

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You're losing. I don't personally matter at all. I'd rather you focused on his real problems to stop them and steer him away. If everything is an outrage, nothing is.
You think posting only about Trump's corruption would stop Trump's corruption?
 

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You think posting only about Trump's corruption would stop Trump's corruption?
That's a loaded question. if the MSM and it's followers treated the president fairly and like any other president, any real stories about corruption would have much more weight. That's undeniable.
 

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That's a loaded question. if the MSM and it's followers treated the president fairly and like any other president, any real stories about corruption would have much more weight. That's undeniable.
It may be a loaded question, but it's exactly what you implied when you wrote, "I'd rather you focused on his real problems to stop them." Turns out that no posts on this board matter whatsoever.

Here's a tip: don't open this thread.
 

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It may be a loaded question, but it's exactly what you implied when you wrote, "I'd rather you focused on his real problems to stop them." Turns out that no posts on this board matter whatsoever.

Here's a tip: don't open this thread.
You either agree with me or you don't agree with me. Reframing is not an option, and it's pretty much your only move. it's cute though, suits you.
 

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He says he's a very stable genius. In reality he's a volatile, impulsive dummy.
 

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Our Dear Leader. The healthiest man in White House history. Praise Him!

 
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