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What would it take?

Post by Idéfix on Thu Aug 10, 2017 5:12 pm

Donald Trump praises, defends and thanks Putin for pretty much everything he does. He won't criticize him for interfering in the US election, he won't criticize him for murdering journalists, he won't criticize Putin for expelling Trump's own diplomats from Russia. In fact, today he thanked Putin for expelling American diplomats.

What would Putin need to do in order for Trump to say anything negative about him?

A bonus question for trumptards: how differently would a person guilty of collusion behave from how our predisent is behaving?
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Post by silvermani on Thu Aug 10, 2017 5:24 pm

A bonus question for  smugtards - will you ever tire of getting played like a flute by the hysterical media? Do you have any critical thinking capability at all?
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Post by Idéfix on Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:02 pm

silvermani wrote:A bonus question for  smugtards - will you ever tire of getting played like a flute by the hysterical media? Do you have any critical thinking capability at all?
Thanks for the attempt to answer on behalf of the trumptard community, but that is not an answer. Also, hahaha @ you talking about critical thinking. You either lack it completely or are scared of exercising it when it comes to Republicans in power, and especially your Dear Leader.
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Post by truthbetold on Fri Aug 11, 2017 11:38 pm

Idefix,

What is behind Trump's reluctance to criticize Russia or Putin? Is he trying to keep Russians happy so that he can develop US-Russian friendship at a future date?

Is he being blackmailed by Putin? If he is, what could be more damaging to Trump after the events of last one year. What else could cause more embarrassment than '...' grabbing comment or calling his own AG weak?

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Post by TruthSeeker on Mon Aug 14, 2017 11:27 pm

I think as we grow older - we become BIASED.

We fail the ability to be OPEN MINDED of youth, to learn, and be open to different viewpoints.

No wonder Modi addressed the youth of 21st century, turning 18 in 2018.

What is good about Democrats? What did Obama do? Obama care? More subsidies? 

What happened to the idea of - teach a man to fish, instead of giving him one time meal?

But like I started - we ARE biased. We cannot accept Trump, as it defies our biased mindset.

The same with congress in India.

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Re: What would it take?

Post by silvermani on Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:57 am

Well said, TS!
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Post by Idéfix on Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:21 am

truthbetold wrote:Idefix,

What is behind Trump's reluctance to criticize Russia or Putin? Is he trying to keep Russians happy so that he can develop US-Russian friendship at a future date?

Is he being blackmailed by Putin? If he is, what could be more damaging to Trump after the events of last one year. What else could cause more embarrassment than '...' grabbing comment or calling his own AG weak?
Available evidence so far hints at the Trump organization involvement in illegal business activities like money-laundering. If Putin has evidence that would convict Trump in a criminal case in America or jeopardize Trump's personal fortune, Trump would be very willing to play along with Putin rather than criticize him.
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Post by Idéfix on Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:28 am

TruthSeeker wrote:We cannot accept Trump, as it defies our biased mindset.
What do you like about Trump? His boasting about pussy-grabbing? Does his lewd comments about his own daughters? His transparent lies? Does he come across as a guy who gleefully uses ma and behen gaalis, you therefore think he is a macho man like yourself?

TruthSeeker wrote:What is good about Democrats? What did Obama do? Obama care? More subsidies? 

What happened to the idea of - teach a man to fish, instead of giving him one time meal?
Obamacare actually does teach people to fish. It teaches people to buy insurance, with both rewards for good behavior and punishments for bad behavior. The fact that you don't know this, but still feel competent enough to talk about Obamacare indicates the problem with our country now.
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Post by Idéfix on Tue Aug 15, 2017 4:49 pm

Today the predisent defended himself and a terrorist.

REPORTER: Was this terrorism?

TRUMP: "I think the driver of the car is a disgrace to himself, his family and this country. And that is – you can call it terrorism, you can call it murder. You can call it whatever you want. I would just call it as the fastest one to come up with a good verdict. That’s what I’d call it. And there is a question. Is it murder? Is it terrorism? Then you get into legal semantics."

Many posters on this forum routinely say, if you don't call a terrorist a terrorist, you must be a terrorist-sympathizer.

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III called this an incident of terrorism. But Donald Trump doesn't want to call it terrorism. Why? Is the predisent a terrorist-sympathizer?
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Re: What would it take?

Post by garam_kuta on Tue Aug 15, 2017 5:57 pm

Idéfix wrote:
truthbetold wrote:Idefix,

What is behind Trump's reluctance to criticize Russia or Putin? Is he trying to keep Russians happy so that he can develop US-Russian friendship at a future date?

Is he being blackmailed by Putin? If he is, what could be more damaging to Trump after the events of last one year. What else could cause more embarrassment than '...' grabbing comment or calling his own AG weak?
Available evidence so far hints at the Trump organization involvement in illegal business activities like money-laundering. If Putin has evidence that would convict Trump in a criminal case in America or jeopardize Trump's personal fortune, Trump would be very willing to play along with Putin rather than criticize him.

yeah, the same old "follow the money" - works every time

identify the weakness, exploit, extortion/blackmail and control

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