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The Forum > General Discussion > It Had to Happen: Trump's Mental State Questioned.

It Had to Happen: Trump's Mental State Questioned.

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"yet I donít recall anyone questioning his mental health."

http://www.amazon.com/Bush-Couch-Inside-Mind-President/dp/B006CDP11W

and lots of other examples.

There are two issues here:

1. To the 'thinking' of many so-called progressives, their views are so obviously correct that any and all who disagree must be either evil or stupid. So all Republican are so categorised. To this 'thinking' Nixon was evil. Reagan a fool. Bush a bit of both. Bush the Younger a fool. GW says he's "misunderestimated". What a fool. Obama says Austrians speak Austrian - down the memory hole/nothing to see here. Its always been thus, leaving poor 'progressives' scratching their heads when the likes of Reagan turns out to be successful. Ho can a fool be successful they ponder. And never work it out....and never learn.

2. As the Russian collusion meme unravels and starts to threaten the Clintons and other Democrat leaders, the left and the MSM (sorry for the tautology) need to change the narrative. The Russia thing was always a bust and diversion just as this rubbish is. And when it fails to go anywhere, the usual followers will be left scratching their heads.

It was always thus.
Posted by mhaze, Sunday, 7 January 2018 5:58:35 PM
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What irony, that those who believe in the fantasy of a global, utopian, world
and that modern right wing politicis is more Facist and dangerous,than the incredibly authoritarian, brutally Fascist, Islamic religion.

Just who is mad, the ones who believe the above delusions or Donald Trump.
Posted by CHERFUL, Sunday, 7 January 2018 10:33:17 PM
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Hi Cherful,

Or both ?

Cheers,

Joe
Posted by Loudmouth, Monday, 8 January 2018 8:41:52 AM
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I'm certainly not across any of Mr TRUMP'S economic or fiscal achievements? What does concern me, is his latest little foray with the North Korean Leader, Kim Jong-UN claiming his 'red' nuclear button (that's apparently strategically placed on his desk), is bigger than Kim's?

I'm old enough to remember Mr John KENNEDY's standoff with the USSR Premier Nikita KHRUSHCHEV over the USSR's intention to base Nuclear Missiles on Cuban soil. And the careful and somewhat measured dialogue and rhetoric both parties engaged in, at that time. Later it was claimed by those in the Pentagon, at no time in history did the World come so close to a full scale nuclear war, then at that precise period in the early 1960's.

I therefore wonder, if we were to juxtapose the current two geniuses; Messrs D. TRUMP & Kim Jong-UN; into exactly the same circumstances, as those we all nervously confronted in the early sixties, whether the world as we know it, would still exist? Or just an accumulation of fine dust circling the moon.

I not sure I care how great an economist Mr TRUMP is or isn't. It's his emotional stability, coupled with the enormous (military) power he has at his disposal, that concerns me.
Posted by o sung wu, Monday, 8 January 2018 11:12:31 AM
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Dear runner,

Oh no you don't young fella. You have gone to some fake news site like Fox and have taken at face value their Trump-washed appraisal of the US employment figures and raised them here to show what a magnificent man your emperor supposedly is.

I in turn gave you a direct link to the US figures which show he has no clothes on and all you can do is bang on about Hillary.

You see this is how these things work, if you tout supposedly strong employment figures as an endorsement of Trump but they turn out to be the weakest in 12 blocks then it must follow that they now condemn him.

Yet not a peep from you, no retraction, no acceptance you were talking through your arse, nothing. That my friend is what idolatry looks like.

Pathetic adulation from a petulant propagandist for Trump. Thoroughly unbecoming if it wasn't so laughable.

I'm not totally supportive of Obama's presidency and legacy, especially in foreign affairs, but Trump isn't fit to be in the same room as him much less the Whitehouse.
Posted by SteeleRedux, Monday, 8 January 2018 12:18:37 PM
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Its way too early in the administration to be making judgements pro or con on economic issues. After all, the tax cuts haven't even taken effect yet!

Sure SR can find some stats that look less than ideal. On the other hand I could point to the unemployment stats showing a fall in the (Seas) Unemployment Level by over 1 million people (12.3%) since Trump took over. Or higher economic growth rates. Or higher stock market. Or record low black unemployment rates.

But again, way too early either way.

On the other hand, in terms of foreign policy, Trump is acing it.

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"Trump isn't fit to be in the same room as him[Obama]"

I'm not sure we ought to be advocating racial segregation these days. :)
Posted by mhaze, Monday, 8 January 2018 4:07:46 PM
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