Why do people who get mad at Trump for calling people "names" then turn around and insult anyone who supports him? Arent they doing the same?

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  • 5 years ago
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    Your questions: "Why do people who get mad at Trump for calling people "names" then turn around and insult anyone who supports him? Arent they doing the same?"

    Which people?

    It is difficult to answer your question when you do not reference who in particular is getting mad:

    • Other political hacks.

    • Your neighbors.

    • Two or more persons staring at televised debates and other propaganda.

    … and so on. I cannot know unless you state it explicitly.

    If you mean is other political hacks, it is an act, an appeal to indignation, although it might be a sincere act from someone who is unusually egotistical and who acts that way all the time, demanding more respect than they deserve.

    If you mean your neighbors, ask them.

    If you mean two or more persons staring at televised debates and other propaganda, pull the plug on the idiot box.

    ...and so on.

    Becoming enmeshed in political video infotainment of this sort diverts the electorates attention from real world issues to the equivalent of a sitcom, a soap opera, a spectator sport or other mind-numbing video infotainment. The entire charade of psychopathic political hacks is beneath the level of rational inquiry required for understanding real-world issues that affect national security and socioeconomic factors in the United States.

    None of the political hacks running for President is going to fix any of it. It will be business as usual.

    Consider this example: Tec Cruz recently asked listeners to “prayerfully think about” something. Do you know what that means? He hopes to convince persons, Christians in particular, who already believe that their god is injecting thoughts into their minds, to invent thoughts favorable to Ted Cruz and adverse to his competitors, and then convince themselves that it is the will of their god that Ted Cruz be elected president.

    He learned the scam from his father, a professional preacher and bigot, a former violent revolutionary for Fidel Castro--the same Fidel Castro who hates America and who has grown wealthy literally from communist slave labor over the years and how once had nuclear weapons aimed at the United States.



    Surely, expecting the ilk of Ted Cruz and others to even comprehend our predicament or care how it adversely affects the electorate and others is an idea equal to the appeal to psychosis issued by Ted Cruz and his merry band of psychopathic religious fanatics.

    The others are equally psychopathic, some are clearly psychotic, each in their own way, and every one of them is in politics solely to increase his or her own wealth and power at the expense of everyone else.

    The $400K/year the President is paid is minuscule compared to the amount of wealth a successful political hack can make from serving the interests of multinational corporations and governments that are adversarial to the United States, the latter sponsors representing folks who would like to nuke you if they could get away with it.

    The candidates each have a history and so does the corruption and even treason so rampant in U.S. elected government. That is not what they want rant about. What they want to rant about is a diversion from that history.

  • 5 years ago

    Trump does it based on race, gender, religion, etc. In other words hate speech.

    We are just repeating what Trump says. He brags about how uneducated his base is.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    You, like a lot of conservatives, are confusing stereotyping a whole group with commenting on one person's behavior. That is, if you post something uninformed, and people tell you you are uninformed, that's because of something you've done- not who you are. That' quite different from someone lumping all people from one country together, or all people of one religion, and denigrating the whole group.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    FYI. Y/A users aren't running for President. Those who are, are and should be held to a different standard.

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  • 5 years ago

    It's called hypocrisy. LOL

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    He is evil.

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