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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 2 years ago

L!brals, who is more extreme: trump or santorum?

Update:

To the crazy person with long answer: i write it L!bral, not liberal, for a reason. And it is reserved for people like you.

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  • 2 years ago

    Although it is vaguely annoying that you have fallen into the GOP's hidden-agenda propaganda-driven habit of assuming all Democrats or all non-rightwing Republicans are somehow "Liberals" only, your question caught my Centrist (moderate) eye. The answer to which of the two men, Donald Trump or Rick Santorum, is "more extreme" would depend largely upon how you define the word "extreme." Are you referring to the Old Testament fanatics who seized control of the Republican party during an Alzheimer's-afflicted (asleep at the proverbial "switch") Reagan presidency---the ones who accept only a LITERAL interpretation of the Bible as "the law of the land" and who claim to be "God-ordained to take dominion over all 'nonbelievers' (any of us who believe in the First Amendment's rule for separating church and state and not having any one version of "religion" given more preference or precedence over any other faith choices) and over all levels of government" (read Michelle Goldberg, 2006: "Kingdom Coming: The Rise of 'Christian' Nationalism" or undercover investigative reporter Jeff Sharlet, 2008: "The Family [CULT]: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power"). Santorum falls into this category of extremism.

    Lifts-wearing, pathologically lying, loathsome Donald J. Trump is a misogynistic, xenophobic, utterly bigoted, dangerously unstable, appallingly immature, far too thin-skinned, insecure to the max, self-loathing, money-grubbing (he mistakes money for power and, feeling powerless, he craves ever more money to "prove" he has power that he secretly believes he does not have) malignant narcissist and a mobbed-up sociopath who is as phony as a $3 bill. Trump would sell this already great nation out in a heartbeat (and has) to any ego-stroking tyrant who reminds him of his austere authoritarian criminal dad Fred. This is a whole different type of "extreme."

    Source(s): "The Making of Donald Trump" by expert and Pulitzer Prize winner David Cay Johnston, 2016. "Russian Roulette" (2018) by Michael Isikoff and David Corn. Malcolm Nance, career CIA counterterrorism specialist (2018), "The Plot to Destroy Democracy: How Putin and His Spies are Undermining America and Dismantling the West."
  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    Trump

  • Trump

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    They are both extreme in their own ways. Its hard to pin point who is worse.

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