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thikhead 63M
556 posts
5/14/2020 9:24 am
a different perspective on trumps rants and tantrums


we know the endless tirade of insults he spews at anyone and everyone
(maybe thats what draws his followers - pent hate THEY cant release?).

a coworker once told -
and trump and his followers need heed this -

if you think someones an asshole, they might very well be.

BUT

if you think EVERYONES an asshole - ITS YOU !

"were all in this together"


rick315875 62M
10096 posts
5/24/2020 6:03 am

Here's a couple of Trump jokes I thought of.

A scientist who studies the brain has found that prolonged exposure to listening to Donald Trump's rants and ravings causes the death of brain cells. I guess that's as good an excuse as any for Trump supporters!

A scientist who studies the brain conducted a study comparing the functioning of the brain of Trump supporters and non Trump supporters. He found Trump supporters to have far less brain function when it comes to logic and reasoning.


lindoboy100 57M
21302 posts
5/18/2020 5:24 am

Nothing that trump stands for or represents is good. Nothing.

He is but a puppet though......and that is the real worry......in which direction are we allowing ourselves to be led?

Pull ma finger.........


thikhead 63M
3038 posts
5/16/2020 9:22 am

    Quoting JustLookn439:
    The hope is that with every future election, including this year's whatever candidate/party wins, the others will accept it until next election. We can't have the feuding, threats, and divisive media causing the issues that we currently face. Regardless of who wins, we can be certain their will be things some of us don't like, but hopefully some things we do from each administration. While the Presidents do have much power, there are always limits if they try to do things that are totally unacceptable.
    In the end, we all want a united country (I hope) and with each election there will be a large percentage of the population that didn't get their candidate elected. It can't be an ongoing fight after every election. Even if Trump is re-elected, the MOST anyone will have to endure is 4 years...term limits can be a good thing.
totally agreed.

except maybe for the optimistic assumption that we COULD survive
another four more years under trump.

thanx for the great discussion.
lets hope weve inspired others to be as rational and cooperative
continuing the discussion


"were all in this together"


JustLookn439 54M

5/16/2020 6:05 am

The hope is that with every future election, including this year's whatever candidate/party wins, the others will accept it until next election. We can't have the feuding, threats, and divisive media causing the issues that we currently face. Regardless of who wins, we can be certain their will be things some of us don't like, but hopefully some things we do from each administration. While the Presidents do have much power, there are always limits if they try to do things that are totally unacceptable.
In the end, we all want a united country (I hope) and with each election there will be a large percentage of the population that didn't get their candidate elected. It can't be an ongoing fight after every election. Even if Trump is re-elected, the MOST anyone will have to endure is 4 years...term limits can be a good thing.


thikhead 63M
3038 posts
5/15/2020 7:11 pm

    Quoting JustLookn439:
    This is becoming an interesting (and friendly) political conversation. I've often wondered why we even HAVE political parties. I guess financial support is the real reason. The problem is any candidate has to abide by one party's platform or the other. They both have good in them, and a lot of bad, too.
    What I believe drives people to choose one party over the other is their current situation in life, and which party will be the best for them AT THAT TIME. Democrats have long supported social programs. If one is struggling this is likely the way they'll vote. Republicans tend to tax less, but support less, also. They favor businesses, which can be good.......until the businesses take advantage of the people. When the economy is doing ok, and businesses aren't abusing the people too badly, a working person likely will vote Republican for hopefully less taxation....they're not worried about social programs at this stage of their lives.
    THis is just MY observation...what is your thoughts?
thanx again for you input, good observations.
interesting and friendly? yes, fer sure


the term "political party" never once appeared in the constitution -
the law wasnt supposed to work that way. and yet,
it was in the aftermath of the the constitution that they arose -
the federalists and the antifederalists.

back then the argument was about who had the ultimate right to govern, the individual states or the federal government. but it was NEVER about
overthrowing ALL forms of government.

74 years later, we fought an all-out formal war over our differences.

now, another 155 years later, weve taken our pursuits of "individual rights" to the point that we are fighting an all-out ingrained guerrilla war against our fellow americans.

now, theres nothing wrong with individual rights, its what our founding fathers risked their livelihoods and even their lives for.
but they were fighting the BRITISH.

but they could never have envisioned americans fighting other americans, either in the civil war nor in todays UN-civil war.

if they had had that vision, which would have been appalling to them,
they would have drafted a BILL OF DUTIES to go alongside the bill of rights.

people are too hot-button single-issue focused on their one or two pet peeves to try to find any middle-ground.
there are americans who would vote for son-of-sam
if he agreed with their view on their hot-topic issue, whether it be
- guns,
- abortion,
- prayer in school,
- health care,
- cats vs dogs, or god knows what else what,

and persecute, threaten and even take up arms against those who disagree.
the founders must be rolling in their graves,
ashamed of what so many americans have become.

i love america, but im also ashamed of many so-called americans,
and their hate-spewing party-before-anything politics.

looking forward to more discussion.
thanx for reading and contributing


"were all in this together"


JustLookn439 54M

5/15/2020 2:41 pm

This is becoming an interesting (and friendly) political conversation. I've often wondered why we even HAVE political parties. I guess financial support is the real reason. The problem is any candidate has to abide by one party's platform or the other. They both have good in them, and a lot of bad, too.
What I believe drives people to choose one party over the other is their current situation in life, and which party will be the best for them AT THAT TIME. Democrats have long supported social programs. If one is struggling this is likely the way they'll vote. Republicans tend to tax less, but support less, also. They favor businesses, which can be good.......until the businesses take advantage of the people. When the economy is doing ok, and businesses aren't abusing the people too badly, a working person likely will vote Republican for hopefully less taxation....they're not worried about social programs at this stage of their lives.
THis is just MY observation...what is your thoughts?


thikhead 63M
3038 posts
5/15/2020 9:43 am

    Quoting JustLookn439:
    I don't intend to validate Trumpers. I assume you likely voted for Obama (just guessing you are a Democrat...but you could be independent, also). If you did vote for Obama, did you necessarily believe everything he did was as you wish? Did he sometimes do things you strongly disagreed with? With nearly half the country voting for Trump, there are millions that we don't really know how they feel about Trump. Sure there are diehard Trumpers...but there are many who voted for him ... maybe reluctantly.
    You want to know what cost Hillary my vote? Two thing: her playing the "gender card" as she stated. I took that to mean I wasn't going to be represented, as a man. I see many areas men are being screwed over and all I hear is how terrible women are treated. Not saying all is right for women either...but don't come across as though you only care about one segment of the population. SECONDLY..." I have a face for Wall Street and another for the public." That confirmed what many thought...she is two-faced.
    But, I also didn't vote for Trump... just couldn't vote conscientiously for either.
thanx again for your input

actually, im independent,
which means my vote for "none of the above",
like yours, counts for nothing.
the ONLY thing the reps and dems agree on
is to make sure a viable third party never arises.

when you check off on your tax return to
contribute a couple dollars toward the presidential campaigns,
does anyone REALLY think ANY third party candidate
sees dollar-one of that until AFTER the election
when they can prove they got some votes?

BUT being independent DOES NOT MEAN
that you HAVE TO find equal fault or equal good
in "BOTH" sides without being biased.
thats just totally unrealistic,
and a crutch for the "dirtier" side to lean on
and white-wash the real facts.

people who are "tired" of those pointing out
trumps lies and distortions of process of law
are ACCEPTING those affronts,
and should be waving their flags AGAINST them, NOT FOR them.

at this point, it almost seems to be trumps STRATEGY
to continue to be as offensive as possible
just so his minions can dismiss the mounting criticism
as "unending hate".
many prominent republicans have also gone public
with doubts about trumps actions,
so it isnt only "democrap trump-haters" speaking up.

and none of it is made up,
like trumps china conspiracy and undefined "obamagate" claims are.

i cant debate your views on clinton.
and maybe biden isnt exactly "mr smith goes to washington",
but at least hes not a cross between
don rickles, archie bunker and napolean.

this year, for the first time,
i may have to side with the dems
to flush out the white-wash-house.

lets first restore democracy this year, then in 2024 we can look toward
helping a third party becoming at least heard in washington.

keep the discussion coming . . . thanx

"were all in this together"


JustLookn439 54M

5/14/2020 7:54 pm

I don't intend to validate Trumpers. I assume you likely voted for Obama (just guessing you are a Democrat...but you could be independent, also). If you did vote for Obama, did you necessarily believe everything he did was as you wish? Did he sometimes do things you strongly disagreed with? With nearly half the country voting for Trump, there are millions that we don't really know how they feel about Trump. Sure there are diehard Trumpers...but there are many who voted for him ... maybe reluctantly.
You want to know what cost Hillary my vote? Two thing: her playing the "gender card" as she stated. I took that to mean I wasn't going to be represented, as a man. I see many areas men are being screwed over and all I hear is how terrible women are treated. Not saying all is right for women either...but don't come across as though you only care about one segment of the population. SECONDLY..." I have a face for Wall Street and another for the public." That confirmed what many thought...she is two-faced.
But, I also didn't vote for Trump... just couldn't vote conscientiously for either.


JustLookn439 54M

5/14/2020 7:44 pm

    Quoting Bettibenobo:
    Lol the media is not biased except for the Fox. I
    All the real news stations do is keep proving to us with videos that Trump is an asshole. They don't fake the videos. We can actually see his lips and hands moving and clearly hear what he's saying. How is that being biased?

    Thank goodness everytime he opens his mouth he puts himself further away from being reelected. He is incapable of running the country. He can't even pretend that he cares about anything except his public image and getting reelected. That is not going to happen.

    He is my favorite choice of entertainment. I I watch the news everyday and laugh every time he opens his mouth. It never fails to show he is not worthy of the job of POTUS.
I half agree with you. He isn't easy to listen to for sure. Certainly not a polished speaker. BUT...BUT I must take issue with your comment about only FOX being biased. Fox IS biased but so are the liberal media. They have admittedly fucked up many times in their reporting and recanted their stories.
I don't like Trump as a person. As a president I agree with some of what he is doing or trying to do. Here is what very well MAY get Trump re-elected...the Democrats! They are brazenly anti-American. They will let veterans live under bridges but throw OUR money to ILLEGAL immigrants. This bothers me and I can't see anyone changing my stance on that. The other thing is ObamaCare...this has to be changed. Anyone (except the poorest, who get freeCare) that goes to the hospital for anything moderately serious, can expect a bill of at least $6000 dollars...the standard deductible per year thanks to ObamaCare. If you have two operations in successive years, you might as well go bankrupt. And for all this GREAT coverage...I pay MORE!!


Bettibenobo 64F  
377 posts
5/14/2020 6:13 pm

Lol the media is not biased except for the Fox. I
All the real news stations do is keep proving to us with videos that Trump is an asshole. They don't fake the videos. We can actually see his lips and hands moving and clearly hear what he's saying. How is that being biased?

Thank goodness everytime he opens his mouth he puts himself further away from being reelected. He is incapable of running the country. He can't even pretend that he cares about anything except his public image and getting reelected. That is not going to happen.

He is my favorite choice of entertainment. I I watch the news everyday and laugh every time he opens his mouth. It never fails to show he is not worthy of the job of POTUS.


thikhead 63M
3038 posts
5/14/2020 1:46 pm

    Quoting JustLookn439:
    Here is the dilemma... half of America thinks the other half are assholes. Republicans think that of Democrats, and Democrats think that of Republicans. Both sides think THEY are right....so is the entire country assholes? Probably.
again, a good point,

BUT it can be a misleading underhanded tool for one side
to portray "both" sides in any conflict
as both equally right and equally wrong.

thats like the dirtier hockey team complaining if the refs call
more penalties on them. get it?

i look forward to discussing . . .

"were all in this together"


thikhead 63M
3038 posts
5/14/2020 1:34 pm

    Quoting JustLookn439:
    Here is the problem with Trump and those that hate him and those that don't. The media is proven to be incredibly biased. So, anyone following CNN, MSN, Washington Post, NY Times realize that you can't trust them to be less than deceitful, if not outright lying media. So, there portrayal of Trump has no effect. On the other hand, if you follow FOX they also are incredibly biased toward Trump. So, one can't entirely believe what they say, either. The net effect is NO MATTER WHAT IS SAID or WRITTEN about Trump, it has no effect...those that hate him continue to hate him and believe the liberal media. Those that like him, continue to like him and listen to the conservative media. Once in a while, you get someone like myself, an independent, that sifts through the news from both sides, and formulates a unique opinion. I like to think of myself as a "thinker"....not a blind "follower". Trump can be offensive to be sure. He can be stubborn and determined. He can be wrong. He also is right on some issues, such as stopping illegal immigration, and standing up to China with trade issues. He also has attempted to address all promises he made.
    Personally...I rather him than Hillary...but I really wish Pence was the candidate.
thanx for your input, well thought-out and well-stated.

however i emphatically must disagree
with the first statement you made - referring to
"trump and those that hate him and those that don't."

thats validating trumpers, hopefully unintentionally,
and their petulant "strategy" of categorically labeling anyone
finding issue with the things trump has done wrong
as being a "hater".
THATS whats actually being hateful.

if his supporters stop hiding behind that childish crutch
and actually think for themselves
instead of mindlessly aggressively dismissing facts
by throwing endless insults at them,
many of them would finally see just how criminally insane
so much of what hes done is.

maybe hes accidentally hit one or two notes right,
but even hitler was once time magazines man of the year
for bringing germany out of post-WWI depression.
didnt mean he wasnt a criminal . . .

i look forward to discussing further . . .

"were all in this together"


JustLookn439 54M

5/14/2020 1:32 pm

    Quoting thikhead:
    to ensure complete transmission -

    we all know the endless tirade of insults he spews at anyone and everyone
    (maybe thats what draws his followers - pent up hate THEY cant release?).

    a coworker once told me -
    and trump and his followers need to heed this -

    if you think someones an asshole, they might very well be.

    BUT

    if you think EVERYONES an asshole - ITS YOU !
Here is the dilemma... half of America thinks the other half are assholes. Republicans think that of Democrats, and Democrats think that of Republicans. Both sides think THEY are right....so is the entire country assholes? Probably.


JustLookn439 54M

5/14/2020 11:21 am

Here is the problem with Trump and those that hate him and those that don't. The media is proven to be incredibly biased. So, anyone following CNN, MSN, Washington Post, NY Times realize that you can't trust them to be less than deceitful, if not outright lying media. So, there portrayal of Trump has no effect. On the other hand, if you follow FOX they also are incredibly biased toward Trump. So, one can't entirely believe what they say, either. The net effect is NO MATTER WHAT IS SAID or WRITTEN about Trump, it has no effect...those that hate him continue to hate him and believe the liberal media. Those that like him, continue to like him and listen to the conservative media. Once in a while, you get someone like myself, an independent, that sifts through the news from both sides, and formulates a unique opinion. I like to think of myself as a "thinker"....not a blind "follower". Trump can be offensive to be sure. He can be stubborn and determined. He can be wrong. He also is right on some issues, such as stopping illegal immigration, and standing up to China with trade issues. He also has attempted to address all promises he made.
Personally...I rather him than Hillary...but I really wish Pence was the candidate.


Tmptrzz 57F  
80205 posts
5/14/2020 11:14 am

I agree with you here, and I saw this and well it just says it all. I hope you enjoy your day..

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!


ProfCocknCuntt 41M
450 posts
5/14/2020 11:05 am

Interesting thoughts!!! I agree with the A-hole thing though. Usually true about people!!


thikhead 63M
3038 posts
5/14/2020 9:25 am

to ensure complete transmission -

we all know the endless tirade of insults he spews at anyone and everyone
(maybe thats what draws his followers - pent up hate THEY cant release?).

a coworker once told me -
and trump and his followers need to heed this -

if you think someones an asshole, they might very well be.

BUT

if you think EVERYONES an asshole - ITS YOU !

"were all in this together"


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