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Old 07.02.2017, 08:22
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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

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Isn't it less of a sense of 'outrage' (although I know the media LOVES that word), and more of a sense of 'damage limitation' and fixing the fallout of his tantrums?

It's hard to be outraged at such a cockwomble. He doesn't need people's anger, he needs a tranquiliser dart and therapy...
At the moment it remains whiney losers explaining why they should have won because the other side didn't understand what they were doing.

And so you end up with big companies run by whiney losers who get all loud and shouty - and failing to understand how democracy works. 1 person - 1 vote. From the highly educated Harvard Professor to the banjo-playing, cousin marrying, corn whisky swigging, pig farmer in Kentucky.

The more the whiney losers scream and shout about how outrageous Trump is and how he really shouldn't keep his election promises the more time he will spend doing outrageous things.

The more the whiney losers scream and shout the more the Trump voters who voted Trump purely because they were fed up of the shouty East and West coasters telling them what to do, the more those voters will become staunch in their views. A position they currently do not hold. The American public is polarized, perhaps not as much as the media is trying to lead us to believe, but it is still polarized. If the whiney losers stepped off the whiney peddle for just a minute and accepted the results and the regime that was voted in by the electoral system in place, then things might stand a chance of getting better.

And perhaps instead of being whiney losers the companies actually tried to figure how to work with the POTUS and his plans, and explain how immigration works for the benefit of the country things might settle down and progress be made.

To reiterate, the one thing the whiney losers really don't want to happen is for Trump to resign, be impeached, be shot and for Pence to take over.
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