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Discussion in 'Community Watch' started by Randall Fragg, Nov 9, 2016.
These are the people who think that screaming silly insults at your opponents will make them do what you want.
Thing is, what Trump is doing is positive reinforcement. Desired behavior gets positive response; undesired behavior gets punished. He was belligerent when Kim was trying to posture and puff, but now Kim is behaving, so it's time to give him cookies.
If America wasn't complimenting and acting friendly towards a vicious dictator the Iranian revolution would have never happened.
Building condos on DPRK beaches seems pretty benign compared to that.
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>from los angeles, CA
Funny because I know exactly what kind of person he is too.
Belligerence is fine if you're on the right side of history, see? If you were going to win, you can crack a few skulls and win faster, that's all fine and dandy.
But if your'e on the WRONG side of history, belligerence just shows you to be a violent Nazi that we always knew you were and were always going to lose. Being stubborn is just you deciding to take people down with you as you go....
Who needs drugs when you can read twitter and get the same effect?
Don't know where you are and nothing quite makes sense anymore, but it's surreal and sometimes funny.
Trump could give every American a bar of gold and these people would complain it was too heavy.
Isn't that basically what happened when he reduced taxes so everyone got more out of their paycheck and they started whining that nobody would be happy about that measly amount and that he isn't winning them over with it? Literally complaining about free money.
If they spent less time whining on the Internet during work hours and more time working, maybe that tax cut would have been larger for them.
Yeah, yeah, I know. That's racist or something.
If someone put a gun to their head these people would rather die than acknowledge anything good about Trump.
The thing is, you don't get a taxable paycheck if you don't have a job.
Without irony, that's one of the complaints a former acquaintance of mine had about it. He said it was designed to help rich people (like me, as I had to keep pointing out; his idea of "rich" meant "you have money left over after buying your food"), but poor people got nothin'.
But he's a self-described anarcho-communist who thinks that all employment contracts are exploitation of the laborer, so...
> guy would rather have a well known cuck in office rather than a good president
Apparently, Maddox was right about cucks. /s
Love, the Marines
Wonder if Clinton's slightly-better Navy numbers are an artifact of all that time spent at sea? H'yuck yuck!!!
It's so downright abhorrent that people in this day and age will judge you for something as petty as what candidate you voted for. They're not even just saying "fuck you" to the people who voted for him purely for racist reasons. No matter what reason they had for voting for him, or whether they regret it or not, they deserve to be mocked, lambasted, ostracized, and hated in these people's eyes.
I didn't even vote for Trump (I voted third party), but it still disturbs me when someone generalizes all Trump voters as evil and horrible, especially because a lot of people in my life who I care for and who I know are good people voted for him.
I can't say I'm thrilled that a dictator responsible for so many deaths isn't being hanged for it. But at the same time, this looks like a path to no more of those deaths, with a side order of eventual democracy and this dictator being out of work.
Please let it be so.