Discussion in 'Politics and Debate' started by mikeconley11, Nov 22, 2017.
Maybe bad is the wrong word, but do you think it proves a flaw in their personality?
I think everyone has a flaw in their personality, but I think how big the flaw in the case of supporting trump depends on a lot of factors. When were they born, how were they raised, what’s their social status, etc.
Except for our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Yeah, I feel like a lot of Trump supporters like him just for his "charisma" (narcissism). Doesn't make them a bad person
Short and uncomplicated answer, no.
But that doesn't mean most Trump supporters aren't racist, sexist or homophobic douchebags.. because an overwhelming majority seem to be exactly that.
It doesn't make them "bad" but it does certainly make them deluded for thinking that Trump is going to do them any good.
Canadian Trump supporters are even weirder
He really brings out the right wing loonies doesn't he.
I don't think they're loonies because they're right wing, but because they care SO much about America and it's president
I think one reason people are fooled by him is the fact that he’s not a politician. People hold him to a much lower standard as an entertainer, and they didn’t raise that standard when he decided to run for president. Had any real politician pulled his crap, people wouldn’t have laughed it off and said “oh that wacky trump”. And the news outlets almost treat the American election as if it was entertainment. People got lost in that I think, and forgot to separate entertainment from politics.
Idk maybe I’m just making excuses because I don’t want to believe half of my family is trash
The whole election was a tough pill to swallow. I fucking wish so hard it had gone the other way. All these RIGHT WING LOONIES with their conspiracy theories about Obama and Hilary can suck it. What a travesty.
Too bad Obama couldn’t run again
Yeah. Stupid clause that. But it does prevent Dictators for life from happening.
We need to consult the Council of Ricks.
Not bad , stupid
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