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Old 10-18-2016, 12:46 PM   #1321 (permalink)
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And just so we're clear, Trump was the unhinged one because the news said so, right?
No. My eyes and ears says so.
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Ah, got it. When I watched the debate with my brain turned on, it seemed rather normal. Not something I'd call "unhinged" (a word I would have conveniently chosen along with CNN, BBC, and MSNBC headlines).

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If you are pro life, pro gun, pro bible, anti big government you vote GOP.

If you are pro choice, pro separation of church and state, pro taxing the rich you vote Democrat.
Following the canon of "always vote [x]" means that you're stupid because you'd rather have a catch-all rule that answers everything without putting any thought into it on a case by case basis like a rational adult would. Not you personally, but probably you personally.
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Following the canon of "always vote [x]" means that you're stupid because you'd rather have a catch-all rule that answers everything without putting any thought into it on a case by case basis like a rational adult would. Not you personally, but probably you personally.
Believe it or not, I've voted Republican in the past.

Michael Dukakis? Really? Are you out of your ****ing mind? I watched him screw Massachusetts over up close. No way he was getting my vote.
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And just so we're clear, Trump was the unhinged one because the news said so, right?
That's silly talk. Have you not heard him speak?
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Anyone who thinks that Trump was "unhinged" at the debates must have been entirely ignorant of his campaign up until the debate. Or (more likely) they're blinded by their seething hatred for Trump.
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Anyone who thinks that Trump was "unhinged" at the debates must have been entirely ignorant of his campaign up until the debate. Or (more likely) they're blinded by their seething hatred for Trump.
You're talking debate specific? Nevermind then. I thought you were referring to his entire campaign.
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Anyone who thinks that Trump was "unhinged" at the debates must have been entirely ignorant of his campaign up until the debate. Or (more likely) they're blinded by their seething hatred for Trump.
Oh please. Both candidates get unhinged when they are speaking to a large crowd of their rabid bases.

How they acted at the debate is something entirely different. His constantly interrupting her, stalking her around the stage, and making direct threats about jailing her were all a bit "unhinged".
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So option two, then.
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Oh please. Both candidates get unhinged when they are speaking to a large crowd of their rabid bases.

How they acted at the debate is something entirely different. His constantly interrupting her, stalking her around the stage, and making direct threats about jailing her were all a bit "unhinged".
I'd agree with you on the first debate but I don't think he interrupted her as much during the second one. The threats are one thing, but he seemed dialed back during the second debate, far more.

As far as stalking goes, they were both doing it. Donald Trump just gets pinned with that because the media likes to make him look like the bad guy.
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As far as stalking goes, they were both doing it. Donald Trump just gets pinned with that because the media likes to make him look like the bad guy.
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Also I bet twenty billion dollars that Chula would have never noticed (or use the word stalking) if it didn't get memed.
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