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bd2999

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Comicguy1

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Subj: Re: I Think That People Wanted Trump Because He's An Alpha
Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 at 02:42:55 pm EST (Viewed 49 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I Think That People Wanted Trump Because He's An Alpha
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 at 01:35:38 pm EST (Viewed 54 times)



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    He pretty much doesn't care what people think about him, and he really doesn't hold back or censor himself. I don't think that people thought that Clinton really had a backbone. That's why I think that he won. And to be fair to Trump, his sexual misconduct has never been legally proven.


Oh, he cares quite a bit. It is why he lashes out so much. If he did not care he would not expect everybody to acknowledge that he is always the greatest or all credit should go to him. He has pretty thin skin.


I am not sure I agree with that, but I have not looked out every poll. It depends on what people mean by backbone. If they mean actually standing up to people than Clinton has Trump beat. The guy is loud and talks tough but generally folds like a lawn chair. He has done so to most of the foreign leaders he has called out and says we are cool now. Unless they are allies, then he goes off on them.

Keep in mind, he did so well at standing up to Putin that he is willing to take his word over all US intelligence agencies and Congress. That is pretty damning right there. He even wanted to cooperate with them on cybersecurity. The country that was involved with messing with our election. Does not matter if you think Trump's campaign was directly involved or not. That is a big big deal.


The last point you make troubles me a little. Do all things need to be proven in court to have actually happened? Those are pretty poor standards. Given he has bragged about it on tape and various reports and accounts have him as committing varying degrees of assault. Meeting the legal definition is not always what one thinks it should be. And just because something may be technically ok under the law does not make it ok at all.

I mean by Trump's exoneration of Moore, his logic is very much that if the person challenges the charges against them than they are innocent. Tell me how that makes any sense. Does that mean anytime somebody denies charges they are off the hook? That is a busted standard.




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