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#42 - It's just a phrase, it really doesn't hold any weight in of it… 8 hours ago on /pol/anon on Hillary vs Trump +1
#31 - >Either someone is being an asshole or they aren't The …  [+] (3 new replies) 10 hours ago on /pol/anon on Hillary vs Trump -1
#39 - anon (9 hours ago) [-]
"there's no such thing as bad press"

You know somebody doesn't have any clue what they're talking about when they say that. I guess all the publicity Hillary got from being a shady cunt was all positive for her?

Trump is not a genius. He's not even smart. He's educated, sure, because he was born rich and he's not downright retarded, but that's as far as his intelligence goes. He'll say whatever comes into his mind and his dumbass supporters will clap like retarded seals because they delude themselves into believing that Trump is some sort of calculating mastermind.

Which is all because they want to see themselves as the image he projects of himself. They want to be rich, they want to do whatever they want, they crave attention, they project so much that an attack on Trump feels personal and it makes them relive their days of being laughing stocks in high school. They'll excuse anything he does and pretend it was all part of some grand plan.

Trump lies more often than Hillary but people will still claim he's honest. He's ruined peoples' lives over business but his supporters will call him fair. He's born rich, got most of his money from his daddy's bank account and connections, but hard workers will still delude themselves into thinking he's like them. He takes advantage of cheap Chinese and Mexican labour but will insist he wants jobs brought back to America.

Trump is an obscene joke and he and his supporters will be remembered as some of the dumbest cunts ever to live.
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#42 - xexion (8 hours ago) [-]
It's just a phrase, it really doesn't hold any weight in of itself, but it conveys what I'm trying to say.
>Trump is not a genius
I don't care if you support Trump or not, but his manipulation of a media that is so much against him and everything he is, has been wonderful to watch. I don't know if I support Trump but there's one thing as rank as the generic American politician, and it's the media.
>People self insert as Trump
An orange asshole with that hair? He's incredibly unlikeable, but he's had it easy as far as opponents go, he's simply the least worse of the bunch. If someone like Paul Ryan were to run against him, he'd be in big trouble.
>being laughing stocks in high school
Now I'm not going to pry, but please don't project blatant generalizations on everybody.
>Trump lying
He was a ruthless and efficient business man. He was born rich and got much richer from there. I don't care what anyone says when it comes to politics. It matters what I think they will do. Is Hillary going to do what she agreed to with Sanders? Only if it keeps her in office. Will Trump try to do something with his wall? Ofc he will. My money is on the wall becoming the name for some legislation, and some sort of "I didn't say I was going to go put brick and mortar on the ground" concession.
>Trump is an obscene joke
One that ruffles the feathers of establishment politics, political correctness, and calls Hillary Rodham Clinton a crook? I like that joke.
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#38 - wersand (9 hours ago) [-]
I get your point on the political correctness issue, but people have been modifying the meaning of it themselves to be plain racist and intolerant. I wish it simply had the meaning you imply.

On the issue of Trump being a decisive leader, I largely have to disagree, he has been anything but decisive this election season. What he is doing may be smart to get votes, but in my opinion it's simply fear mongering and scapegoating gone wild, not genius.
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#23 - We aren't likely to have the exact problem Europe does, but it…  [+] (5 new replies) 10 hours ago on /pol/anon on Hillary vs Trump -1
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#26 - wersand (10 hours ago) [-]
In all honesty I'm sick and tired of people even using the term PC period. Either someone is being an asshole or they aren't. I agree we should be wary, and we should work on making more comprehensive screenings of people wanting to come into the country, but Trump want to do things like "ban all Muslims," and "build a wall." These are simply bandaid solutions that in the long run will do nothing to solve our problems.

Trump, in my opinion, has the temperament of a child, he cannot take political jabs from his own countrymen. Giving him control of the largest military force in the world seems like a pretty big mistake waiting to happen. In a world where China and Russia keep pressing boundaries, I don't think Trump's hotheadedness is the answer.
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#31 - xexion (10 hours ago) [-]
>Either someone is being an asshole or they aren't
The thing is, that's not it. Political correctness is the fear of offending, to an extreme extent:
A while back the EU was faced with a decision on whether or not to allow Syrian refugees into their countries. They said sure, let's help out those in need! Which is cool right? But then we start to see these "Syrian refugees". They weren't refugees, nor Syrian. They weren't displaced women, children and families, they were middle aged men looking for work and benefits, or worse. But it's politically incorrect to kick them back out because despite the fact that they aren't who you want to let in, or maybe even ISIS agents, it doesn't look cool to kick them out.
Political correctness as it stands today is not, being an asshole or not, it's societal pressure to not offend or even potentially offend anybody. Decisions made in lieu of this aren't educated and firm decisions, they're weak choices that just tiptoe on eggshells.
>Trump
Trump's a genius, or whoever's his campaign manager is. All of his remarks generally tend to do the same things:
>Stoke the flames of the media
Even if Trump is the 'villain', there's no such thing as bad press
>Give a populist view
Mexicans are taking jobs, Muslim terrorists are killing people
>Carefully worded
Most of his statements are enough to bait the media, but not enough to actually to commit him to doing anything drastic.

The only bad temperament of Trump is that he doesn't like to be unjustifiably insulted. Most of his statements are crude, crass, or just plain mean, but their effective, given his position on the GOP ticket.
In a world where Russia and China keep pressing boundaries, I don't want someone who's very much like Obama to be in charge. Don't get me wrong I like Obama, but what we need is a strong and decisive leader who isn't afraid to go toe to toe with the rest of the world.
#39 - anon (9 hours ago) [-]
"there's no such thing as bad press"

You know somebody doesn't have any clue what they're talking about when they say that. I guess all the publicity Hillary got from being a shady cunt was all positive for her?

Trump is not a genius. He's not even smart. He's educated, sure, because he was born rich and he's not downright retarded, but that's as far as his intelligence goes. He'll say whatever comes into his mind and his dumbass supporters will clap like retarded seals because they delude themselves into believing that Trump is some sort of calculating mastermind.

Which is all because they want to see themselves as the image he projects of himself. They want to be rich, they want to do whatever they want, they crave attention, they project so much that an attack on Trump feels personal and it makes them relive their days of being laughing stocks in high school. They'll excuse anything he does and pretend it was all part of some grand plan.

Trump lies more often than Hillary but people will still claim he's honest. He's ruined peoples' lives over business but his supporters will call him fair. He's born rich, got most of his money from his daddy's bank account and connections, but hard workers will still delude themselves into thinking he's like them. He takes advantage of cheap Chinese and Mexican labour but will insist he wants jobs brought back to America.

Trump is an obscene joke and he and his supporters will be remembered as some of the dumbest cunts ever to live.
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#42 - xexion (8 hours ago) [-]
It's just a phrase, it really doesn't hold any weight in of itself, but it conveys what I'm trying to say.
>Trump is not a genius
I don't care if you support Trump or not, but his manipulation of a media that is so much against him and everything he is, has been wonderful to watch. I don't know if I support Trump but there's one thing as rank as the generic American politician, and it's the media.
>People self insert as Trump
An orange asshole with that hair? He's incredibly unlikeable, but he's had it easy as far as opponents go, he's simply the least worse of the bunch. If someone like Paul Ryan were to run against him, he'd be in big trouble.
>being laughing stocks in high school
Now I'm not going to pry, but please don't project blatant generalizations on everybody.
>Trump lying
He was a ruthless and efficient business man. He was born rich and got much richer from there. I don't care what anyone says when it comes to politics. It matters what I think they will do. Is Hillary going to do what she agreed to with Sanders? Only if it keeps her in office. Will Trump try to do something with his wall? Ofc he will. My money is on the wall becoming the name for some legislation, and some sort of "I didn't say I was going to go put brick and mortar on the ground" concession.
>Trump is an obscene joke
One that ruffles the feathers of establishment politics, political correctness, and calls Hillary Rodham Clinton a crook? I like that joke.
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#38 - wersand (9 hours ago) [-]
I get your point on the political correctness issue, but people have been modifying the meaning of it themselves to be plain racist and intolerant. I wish it simply had the meaning you imply.

On the issue of Trump being a decisive leader, I largely have to disagree, he has been anything but decisive this election season. What he is doing may be smart to get votes, but in my opinion it's simply fear mongering and scapegoating gone wild, not genius.
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#90 - guillem (3 hours ago) [-]
Tell me something, which one of this phenomenons has the higher bodycount and/or occurs more often?

a, Shootings in the US commited by nationals.
b, Terrorist attacks in Europe.

People make too much of a fuss about the attacks. Yes, they suck, and yes, I wish they had been avoided, but it's not the end of our civilization, or makes our countries utterly unsafe.

Back to Hillary v Trump, yes, Shillary is the embodiment of the establishment and an awfully shitty politician, but that doesn't make Trump a better choice. He is an egotistical madman, who also happens to simultaneously be a pathological liar. Whoever wins, US citizens are screwed and I feel sorry for them.
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#19 - wersand (11 hours ago) [-]
You know, Europe doesn't have as much of a Mexican problem. We aren't even near-neighbors with the middle eastern countries that are causing the bulk of terrorism. Proximity has a lot to do with it. I agree with worrying about the face of established politics who just work with the major corporations, but Trump is literally one of those corporations. I distrust the insanely wealthy more than I distrust politics, especially when the insanely wealthy are trying to become the most powerful figure in the world with no political experience.

I personally am a Bernie supporter, but I would like to be able to travel freely around the world without having to worry about new-found isolationist policies taking away my global opportunities.
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#23 - xexion (10 hours ago) [-]
We aren't likely to have the exact problem Europe does, but it's a matter of PC bullshit. "Pollitical correctness" can disallow a leader from making the hard decisions, that may be unpopular. Trump's view of Islam follows the logic that we should be wary of Muslims considering that the religion fosters violent behavior, and 99% of modern terrorism is a result of Islam.
Most politicians are cardboard cutouts for the board of directors of Goldman Sachs (or whoever). My biggest fear is political correctness.
I like Bernie as well but, Hillary won't actually do what she and he agreed on she'd do (unless it'll keep her in office), and while I don't always agree with Trump; he seems far more capable of making difficult decisions, isn't PC, and I think will be able to steer our ship in the upcoming turbulent waters.
Oh and I don't think his policies will affect you very much, unless you aren't american.
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#26 - wersand (10 hours ago) [-]
In all honesty I'm sick and tired of people even using the term PC period. Either someone is being an asshole or they aren't. I agree we should be wary, and we should work on making more comprehensive screenings of people wanting to come into the country, but Trump want to do things like "ban all Muslims," and "build a wall." These are simply bandaid solutions that in the long run will do nothing to solve our problems.

Trump, in my opinion, has the temperament of a child, he cannot take political jabs from his own countrymen. Giving him control of the largest military force in the world seems like a pretty big mistake waiting to happen. In a world where China and Russia keep pressing boundaries, I don't think Trump's hotheadedness is the answer.
User avatar
#31 - xexion (10 hours ago) [-]
>Either someone is being an asshole or they aren't
The thing is, that's not it. Political correctness is the fear of offending, to an extreme extent:
A while back the EU was faced with a decision on whether or not to allow Syrian refugees into their countries. They said sure, let's help out those in need! Which is cool right? But then we start to see these "Syrian refugees". They weren't refugees, nor Syrian. They weren't displaced women, children and families, they were middle aged men looking for work and benefits, or worse. But it's politically incorrect to kick them back out because despite the fact that they aren't who you want to let in, or maybe even ISIS agents, it doesn't look cool to kick them out.
Political correctness as it stands today is not, being an asshole or not, it's societal pressure to not offend or even potentially offend anybody. Decisions made in lieu of this aren't educated and firm decisions, they're weak choices that just tiptoe on eggshells.
>Trump
Trump's a genius, or whoever's his campaign manager is. All of his remarks generally tend to do the same things:
>Stoke the flames of the media
Even if Trump is the 'villain', there's no such thing as bad press
>Give a populist view
Mexicans are taking jobs, Muslim terrorists are killing people
>Carefully worded
Most of his statements are enough to bait the media, but not enough to actually to commit him to doing anything drastic.

The only bad temperament of Trump is that he doesn't like to be unjustifiably insulted. Most of his statements are crude, crass, or just plain mean, but their effective, given his position on the GOP ticket.
In a world where Russia and China keep pressing boundaries, I don't want someone who's very much like Obama to be in charge. Don't get me wrong I like Obama, but what we need is a strong and decisive leader who isn't afraid to go toe to toe with the rest of the world.
#39 - anon (9 hours ago) [-]
"there's no such thing as bad press"

You know somebody doesn't have any clue what they're talking about when they say that. I guess all the publicity Hillary got from being a shady cunt was all positive for her?

Trump is not a genius. He's not even smart. He's educated, sure, because he was born rich and he's not downright retarded, but that's as far as his intelligence goes. He'll say whatever comes into his mind and his dumbass supporters will clap like retarded seals because they delude themselves into believing that Trump is some sort of calculating mastermind.

Which is all because they want to see themselves as the image he projects of himself. They want to be rich, they want to do whatever they want, they crave attention, they project so much that an attack on Trump feels personal and it makes them relive their days of being laughing stocks in high school. They'll excuse anything he does and pretend it was all part of some grand plan.

Trump lies more often than Hillary but people will still claim he's honest. He's ruined peoples' lives over business but his supporters will call him fair. He's born rich, got most of his money from his daddy's bank account and connections, but hard workers will still delude themselves into thinking he's like them. He takes advantage of cheap Chinese and Mexican labour but will insist he wants jobs brought back to America.

Trump is an obscene joke and he and his supporters will be remembered as some of the dumbest cunts ever to live.
User avatar
#42 - xexion (8 hours ago) [-]
It's just a phrase, it really doesn't hold any weight in of itself, but it conveys what I'm trying to say.
>Trump is not a genius
I don't care if you support Trump or not, but his manipulation of a media that is so much against him and everything he is, has been wonderful to watch. I don't know if I support Trump but there's one thing as rank as the generic American politician, and it's the media.
>People self insert as Trump
An orange asshole with that hair? He's incredibly unlikeable, but he's had it easy as far as opponents go, he's simply the least worse of the bunch. If someone like Paul Ryan were to run against him, he'd be in big trouble.
>being laughing stocks in high school
Now I'm not going to pry, but please don't project blatant generalizations on everybody.
>Trump lying
He was a ruthless and efficient business man. He was born rich and got much richer from there. I don't care what anyone says when it comes to politics. It matters what I think they will do. Is Hillary going to do what she agreed to with Sanders? Only if it keeps her in office. Will Trump try to do something with his wall? Ofc he will. My money is on the wall becoming the name for some legislation, and some sort of "I didn't say I was going to go put brick and mortar on the ground" concession.
>Trump is an obscene joke
One that ruffles the feathers of establishment politics, political correctness, and calls Hillary Rodham Clinton a crook? I like that joke.
User avatar
#38 - wersand (9 hours ago) [-]
I get your point on the political correctness issue, but people have been modifying the meaning of it themselves to be plain racist and intolerant. I wish it simply had the meaning you imply.

On the issue of Trump being a decisive leader, I largely have to disagree, he has been anything but decisive this election season. What he is doing may be smart to get votes, but in my opinion it's simply fear mongering and scapegoating gone wild, not genius.
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