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GribbleGrunger said:
LurkerJ said:

I am surprised by the amount of Americans who truly believe their country's morally superior. One thing I love about Trump, he's shedding light on the hypocrisy from the right & the left, and it's hilarious to watch.

That's the reason I fell out with politics in the UK. It became about the personalities behind the policies and not the policies themselves, so all debates degenerated into attacking the opposition. That's where Trump has the upper hand. He has NO personality, just an urge to get done what he was elected for. That's how all politicians should be, whether you agree with them or not.

Ummm... what? Think he has a pretty obvious personality and he was quite obviously attacking the opposition for a long time before the election...



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Ka-pi96 said:
GribbleGrunger said:

That's the reason I fell out with politics in the UK. It became about the personalities behind the policies and not the policies themselves, so all debates degenerated into attacking the opposition. That's where Trump has the upper hand. He has NO personality, just an urge to get done what he was elected for. That's how all politicians should be, whether you agree with them or not.

Ummm... what? Think he has a pretty obvious personality and he was quite obviously attacking the opposition for a long time before the election...

See, that's why polar bears aren't allowed to vote. They have no clue about politics.

All you need to know is that you should support Trump because he is cool, and you know that you like cool things.



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And therefore Obama and all of his circle had no damn right to criticize the Philippines' war on drugs.

Where was the outrage when US bombed a hospital full of civilians?

Fucking hypocrits.

Oh and not to mention all these things going under UN's radar.



So, now that he's admitted that the U.S. is an evil power, will he do the right thing and stop bombing people in seven different countries? Of course not. It seems more like he's justifying Russia's violence instead of condemning both Russia and the U.S.



I don't think he's wrong at all, but is it a good reason to "respect" Putin? Hell no.

But again, he's not wrong. There are a ton of people in power who do some pretty horrific things, including the US. I don't understand why anyone would be upset over what he said.



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snyperdud said:
I don't think he's wrong at all, but is it a good reason to "respect" Putin? Hell no.

But again, he's not wrong. There are a ton of people in power who do some pretty horrific things, including the US. I don't understand why anyone would be upset over what he said.

Why not? Respect Putin the way previous presidents were more than happy to respect Al Saud & Netanyahu. He just wants better relations with Russia, why is that so hard to swallow? The US is an ally to much worse regimes & countries.



Mr Puggsly said:
The intents of US and Russia are objectively different. But Trump is right when he says US has made mistakes.

The same way Russia makes mistakes as well. The intents are objectively different, equally selfish, and identically evil. 



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"Donald Dump Inc"

I even have this written on the back of my yacht. People seem to love it and I've never got any problems recruiting people to work for me.

I'm not for or against trump. Just did it for the laugh.



Imho, I think his ideas are a monstruosity. But, he's doing what the Trump voters asked for, so no complaints about that. This is left's fault. The fact that Trump is president is a total failure. So some autocritic would be great. But they're just disqualifying him, without any meaningful and valid counterpart.



LurkerJ said:
snyperdud said:
I don't think he's wrong at all, but is it a good reason to "respect" Putin? Hell no.

But again, he's not wrong. There are a ton of people in power who do some pretty horrific things, including the US. I don't understand why anyone would be upset over what he said.

Why not? Respect Putin the way previous presidents were more than happy to respect Al Saud & Netanyahu. He just wants better relations with Russia, why is that so hard to swallow? The US is an ally to much worse regimes & countries.

I'm all for better US relations with Russia. I just think "Well, we aren't so innocent" isn't particularly good reason to "respect" Putin.