He teargassed fewer invading illegals than did his predecessor, so he is less of an asshole (but still an asshole)BarnettNewman wrote: ↑Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:09 pm.Cunt wrote:Look, I don't mind admitting that Trump is an asshole, but that isn't any different than any previous president (or prominent politician)
This is incoherent as
a. His behavior in the WH is unprecedented
b. He was voted as needed change in the WH.
So either he is different or he isn’t. Which is it
His predecessor was much better at seeming nice on TV, I'll say that for him.
Trump is different because of subtle communication things, like being willing to say the phrase 'Islamic terrorist', which I think his predecessor was unable to utter.
The actions of both are terrible (they are assholes) but one of them is more charming and well-spoken.
I was just pointing out that I can see good or bad in a politician, call it wibble if you like.Wibble
Every one of them can be made to look beastly. Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Drama-Queen who makes an embarrassing spectacle by dressing up in whatever costume is popular in the region he is visiting, still legalized weed.
I was convinced he would be unable (due to international pressure etc.)
Not going to start liking him, not going to vote for his crap, but I can admit he did well there.
When people can't admit anything Trump did is 'good', I like to think they are running on autopilot, not really thinking it through.
Everyone wanted the wall, until Trump started wanting it. Now everyone doesn't want it. If he provided a cure for cancer, there would be outrage because of all of the out-of-work oncologists, many of whom are people of colour.
You better not let anything cause you to 'wibble'.
Shun wishful thinking, ignore divine revelation, forget what the stars foretell, avoid opinion, care not what your fellow man thinks, and for heavens sake, don't let facts cause you to 'wibble' either.