What is really behind the hatred of the President?

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Re: What is really behind the hatred of the President?

Postby getvicious » Tue Dec 05, 2017 10:48 am

JensenBreck wrote:Hi,


Do all those people really believe Hillary was the better choice and think if they can destroy Trump they'll get somebody they can approve of? Or are they too partisan to see any positives in any conservative?
Do they get some kind of emotional satisfaction in singling out somebody to hate? Is using ugly imagery or 'clever' derogatory terms to describe him recreation for them?
Do they think they look smart by dismissing all evidence to the contrary and continuing to recite the talking points to describe him as terrible, unacceptable even when it is intellectually dishonest to do so?


I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References: https://www.debatepolitics.com/us-parti ... ident.html

IMHO
Do all those people really believe Hillary was the better choice and think if they can destroy Trump they'll get somebody they can approve of? - Politicians and some people like George Soros, No. Yes, they believe Hillary was the better choice for their positions. No, they don't think they can destroy Trump but they do believe they can stop him from being effective and block everything he said he wanted to achieve as President. And, of course, deny him a 2nd term. The folks we call "snowflakes" - Yes. they've existed in a "participation trophy" / "entitled" / "nobody fails" / "political correct" world where they've never been told "no" about anything important or been shown or experienced how there are people who win and the others who loose and how to deal with failure and the growth in character that comes with learning how to come back from a lose. Those people have a distorted view of "real life." These people are emotionally and mentally unfit to deal with, and respond to, serious events that happen in the real world.

Or are they too partisan to see any positives in any conservative? - Politicians and some people like George Soros, No. It's just politics. They're working to maintain and grow their power and influence. The folks we call "snowflakes" - Yes.

Do they get some kind of emotional satisfaction in singling out somebody to hate? Is using ugly imagery or 'clever' derogatory terms to describe him recreation for them? - Politicians and some people like George Soros, No. It's just politics. They're working to maintain and grow their power and influence. The folks we call "snowflakes" - Yes. They seem to think it's acceptable to act this way for people and issues they don't agree with.

Do they think they look smart by dismissing all evidence to the contrary and continuing to recite the talking points to describe him as terrible, unacceptable even when it is intellectually dishonest to do so? - Politicians and some people like George Soros, No. It's just politics. They're working to maintain and grow their power and influence. Talking points used to make a point must discount anything that disagrees with the talking point. The folks we call "snowflakes" - Yes. They seem to just discount anything that is an affront to their world view.
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