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Old 11-26-2015, 09:08 PM
 
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Originally Posted by cuebald View Post
Psychology Today thinks differently:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog...ality-disorder
Psychology today is left wing. All psychology is actually very liberal. It takes blame and accountability off the person and onto the supposed -mental illness-


Besides, they are just doing this to attack Trump and get him out of the race. Wish people would open their eyes to this.

 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:15 PM
 
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He speaks in incomplete simple terms.


'You should have seen this guy' is easier to say than 'you should see what this guy wrote about ...' when you're a normal person who doesn't use teleprompters in order to carefully measure words.


He says he doesn't remember meeting him or knowing what he looked like; it was over 20 years ago and he sees/meets/interacts with lots of people.


He also moves around and acts like that when talks about some of the candidates. The media just took this and ran with it because they want him gone.


I don't let the media tell me how to feel, so that's my take.

Wow. The media doesn't want him gone. He is making their day. LOL.
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:26 PM
 
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Originally Posted by daylux View Post
Psychology today is left wing. All psychology is actually very liberal. It takes blame and accountability off the person and onto the supposed -mental illness-


Besides, they are just doing this to attack Trump and get him out of the race. Wish people would open their eyes to this.
Wow. Are you saying this disorder has been especially created to attack Trump? Oh, my. Because HE is the one 'doing this'. No one else. Wish people would open their eyes to this!
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:33 PM
 
Location: Columbia, SC
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Originally Posted by daylux View Post
Psychology today is left wing. All psychology is actually very liberal. It takes blame and accountability off the person and onto the supposed -mental illness-


Besides, they are just doing this to attack Trump and get him out of the race. Wish people would open their eyes to this.
PT has a lot of good articles. Here's one on cognitive dissonance that I recommend highly:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog...ive-dissonance
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:36 PM
 
Location: Columbia, SC
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I don't let the media tell me how to feel, so that's my take.
The media doesn't want him gone. Trump sells a lot of papers.

Out of curiosity, where do you get your information on current events if not from media of some type?
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:37 PM
 
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PT has a lot of good articles. Here's one on cognitive dissonance that I recommend highly:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog...ive-dissonance
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:46 PM
 
Location: Gone
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Trump appeared to mock Kovaleski's physical condition; the reporter has arthrogryposis, which visibly limits flexibility in his arms.
“Now, the poor guy — you've got to see this guy, ‘Ah, I don't know what I said! I don't remember!' " Trump said as he jerked his arms in front of his body.

Trump blasted by New York Times after mocking reporter with disability


This is the kind of dirt-bag POS some want for President!
I think the more Trump speaks, the more people realize the man has zero class and as such has no business sitting behind the desk in the Oval Office.
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:46 PM
 
Location: Out West
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All of those are thread titles on CD "Elections" forum. The fear is thick.

Listen, Trump haters, here's the thing:

Those who have decided to vote for Trump, Republicans, Independents, and Democrats, are not going to change their votes based on the GOP and liberal whining. Some Republicans are RINOs, so it doesn't matter what they think, some people are Republicans who would prefer another candidate, but if it came down to Trump vs Hillary or Sanders, they are NOT voting for Hillary or Sanders, and finally, some people are liberals who would never have voted for Trump no matter what he said or how he acted.

The point? The left and the GOP are scared spitless of Trump...not because they think he's "dangerous", that's nothing but lies and bs, it's because they are afraid that he's going to break this facade that is our government these days.

What some of you all fail to understand is that we don't want this country to continue going in the direction it's going, and we are more than willing to look past some showmanship and ego if it means we get someone in who knows how to negotiate, who promises a damn wall, who promises deportation of illegals, who is NOT fricken PC, and who wants to bring us back to a strong, healthy, fantastic country.

All the crying in the world about big ol' meanie Donald Trump isn't going to change that. As someone else stated, I don't vote based on if I think the candidate is "fun to hang around", or "speaks nicely" (with a teleprompter of course), or wears pleated pants, I vote based on what I believe that candidate can do for this country.

Right now, Rubio, Jeb, Kacich, Fiorina, and even Carson are not fitting that bill. And of course Hillary would be a complete and utter disaster to this country. Sanders wants to spend more of my money on freebies for people, which I am totally against. YOU are not going to change my mind with your multiple posts sniveling about something "mean" Trump said or did.
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:53 PM
 
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Originally Posted by cuebald View Post
The media doesn't want him gone. Trump sells a lot of papers.

Out of curiosity, where do you get your information on current events if not from media of some type?
I said I don't let the media tell me how to feel, not that I don't get current events from some type of media. I just know how to make up my own mind.


Why do liberals lie so much?
 
Old 11-26-2015, 09:56 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Three Wolves In Snow View Post
Trump's fake historic plaque...

Is Trump a Clinton plant

Trump's narcissism and the supporter's unconcerns

BLM and Trump supporters clash

Trump is not a serious candidate

Trump unleashes raging 12 Tweet barrage...

Donald Trump or Forrest Gump

Trump goes on a 90 minute rant - would "bomb the s---" out of ISIS

Is Trump trying to leave the race

Is it Hypocritical for Trump Fans to Bash Hillary Based on Her Low Approval/Likability Ratings?

Trump Would Not Survive A One-On-One Debate...

Are Trump's constant antics/insults what we want as US President?

Latini group offering $5K to anyone who will yell out "Trump is a Racist" during SNL Appearance

Can you picture Donald Trump making small talk with voters in Iowa and New Hampshire?

Donald Trump: Our Drunk Uncle

Did Trump really beat his chest over the length of a debate

Sorry Trumpsters: Carson Surges Past Trump in Latest Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register Iowa Poll (lol)

TDB: Donald Trump Thinks Eminent Domain is "Wonderful"

Trump, the Ultimate Panderer

Trump: migrants fleeing the Middle East could be tactical ploy by ISIS

Donald Trump's front-runner status has virtually evaporated (hahahahaha...written Sep 27)

How Can The Trump Juggernaut Be Stopped?

Is Trump pulling a "Borat" on us?

Trump is done. This time for real. (posted Aug 10)

Trump Sounds Like Past Dictator

Is Trump a National Socialist?

Trump Is A Democratic Plant In The Republican Party

Trump Is A Whiner

All of those are thread titles on CD "Elections" forum. The fear is thick.

Listen, Trump haters, here's the thing:

Those who have decided to vote for Trump, Republicans, Independents, and Democrats, are not going to change their votes based on the GOP and liberal whining. Some Republicans are RINOs, so it doesn't matter what they think, some people are Republicans who would prefer another candidate, but if it came down to Trump vs Hillary or Sanders, they are NOT voting for Hillary or Sanders, and finally, some people are liberals who would never have voted for Trump no matter what he said or how he acted.

The point? The left and the GOP are scared spitless of Trump...not because they think he's "dangerous", that's nothing but lies and bs, it's because they are afraid that he's going to break this facade that is our government these days.

What some of you all fail to understand is that we don't want this country to continue going in the direction it's going, and we are more than willing to look past some showmanship and ego if it means we get someone in who knows how to negotiate, who promises a damn wall, who promises deportation of illegals, who is NOT fricken PC, and who wants to bring us back to a strong, healthy, fantastic country.

All the crying in the world about big ol' meanie Donald Trump isn't going to change that. As someone else stated, I don't vote based on if I think the candidate is "fun to hang around", or "speaks nicely" (with a teleprompter of course), or wears pleated pants, I vote based on what I believe that candidate can do for this country.

Right now, Rubio, Jeb, Kacich, Fiorina, and even Carson are not fitting that bill. And of course Hillary would be a complete and utter disaster to this country. Sanders wants to spend more of my money on freebies for people, which I am totally against. YOU are not going to change my mind with your multiple posts sniveling about something "mean" Trump said or did.
Well said. Couldn't give rep.
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