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For me, I suppose it’s a matter of picking your POISON. Someone I once respected and see as at least competent, but is now covered in the mud of political power and the all too ubiquitous concomitant self serving corruption of ‘pay to play’ that seems to permeate, with rare exceptions, the reality of global politics and is, with some validated reason I suppose, defensive to the point of the blow back of bad judgment coming home to roost.
Or, an unfettered self aggrandizing 3 A.M. twitter moron with narcissistic personality disorder, a mind set to serial sexual predation, who foments violence while on the stump, demeans anyone he sees as inferior (which is virtually everyone), vengeance as an ego prop, corrupt – but not politically – primarily because he has never held political office. The expectation that he won’t be a corrupt politician is farcical on its face, it’s every bit a given. He’s a con man conning those with true grievances for his own narcissistic ends. God help us if he ever has his finger on the button. Just my humble opinion.Blue HorseParticipant
@Pink Elephant…So let me see if I have this right! If I see DJT as a serial sexual predator/bloviating jackass I must be seeing the pink elephant and I’m clearly being manipulated by the HRC machine! If I see him as the only person in America that can save the world (paraphrasing DJT & his ilk) then I’m not seeing the pink elephant but the ‘Duce Supremo’ (sarcasm). What a load of crap as is every other article posted here by Scott Adams. The logic here is akin to ‘heads you win, tails I lose.’ And of course, believing the analysis of a conservative think tank like the Tax Foundation’s TAG conclusions is me not seeing the pink elephant also. I’m assuming! P.S. I love this site. Just my 2 cents about these two posts. Keep up the good work. rrm