1. freespiritx

    freespiritx DreamWeaver

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    Is Donald Trump Mentally Ill?
    Quote from Hufington post.............
    "Virtually every mental health professional I interviewed told me that they believed, with 100% certainty, that Mr. Trump satisfied the DSM criteria of this incurable illness and that, as a result, he is a serious danger to the country and the world".

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/richard-greene/is-donald-trump-mentally_b_13693174.html

    Read the article, and post your thoughts
     
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  2. Savva

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    What's really sad is that the people who write these fake news stories don't even know how mentally ill they are.
     
  3. marymcf13

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    No, what's sad is people like you and the Huffington Post making a mockery of mental illness by throwing around casual, armchair diagnosis' to extremely complex mental disorders.
     
  4. Sanity_is_Relative

    Sanity_is_Relative Porn Star

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    Is he mentally ill? No. He is just arrogant, overly self bloviating, and his own biggest fan.
     
  5. Mat2001uk

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    Without Question he is mentally ill. But you would also think rich enough to afford a good shrink and to have his meds balanced.

    M
     
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  6. shadow walker

    shadow walker Полковник

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    They can't make a diagnosis without supervised observation and no Trump is not mentally ill. It's more media and journalists butt hurt they won't be getting a new socialist country.
     
  7. Charlotte_Sometimes

    Charlotte_Sometimes Sex Machine Banned!

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    The Huffingtom Post will always have a bias against Donald Trump. Basically, they're a fuck white people news site.
     
  8. pussy in boots

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    He's not, but the left literals who belive he is, are the ones mentally ill.
    Are you, mentally because you're on a porn site?
     
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  9. ace's n 8's

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    My opinion about their opinion?

    Ok.

    More propaganda, formatted by the propagandist circus, better known as the media.
     
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  10. Distant Lover

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    Psychotics hear voices that do not exist, and see hallucinations.

    Neurotics are irrationally depressed and afraid.

    Neither description seems to match Donald Trump.

    If Trump believes everything he says, he suffers from delusions, but delusions are not symptoms of mental illness. If they were, every registered Republican who thinks that tax cuts balance the budget would be mentally ill.
     
    1. shootersa
      Trump is a pompous gas bag. If that qualifies him as mentally ill, a lot of the arrogant elitists will need to check in with Trump to the local psych ward.

      Shooter considered the source of the story in formulating his response.
       
      shootersa, Jan 29, 2017
  11. ace's n 8's

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    Job creation, balances the budget.

    Limiting the spending of the federal fucking government balances budgets.

    Tax cuts, do in fact assist in balancing the budget.

    Cutting fraud and waste out of the federal fucking government expenses/expenditures , limiting their spending, does in fact assist in balancing the budget.

    HENCE; there is nothing delusional about those practices.
     
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  12. FeltPlay

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    Let's see, only the OP and Huffington think Trump is mentally ill. When considering the source of the accusation I just smile and know....FROTH!
     
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  13. ace's n 8's

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    Within the past 5 business days, Trump has potentially saved this Nation, perhaps up to $1 trillion dollars in future savings, with his EO's
     
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  14. Distant Lover

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    During the Carter administration the top tax rate was 70%. An average of 2,600,000 jobs were created per year. During the Reagan administration the top tax rate was lowered to 28%. An average of 2,000,000 jobs were created per year. During the Clinton administration the top tax rate was increased to 39.6%. An average of 2,900,000 jobs were created per year.

    George the Lesser cut taxes again. Paul Krugman, who teaches economics at Princeton. writes a column for The New York Times, and won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2008, has estimated that 41% of George the Lesser's tax cuts went to the richest one percent of the U.S. population. During the administration of the Lesser an average of 375,000 jobs were created per year.
     
  15. ace's n 8's

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    Today, your leftist endorsed talking points are irrelevant.

    Your stats are bogus, as they are broad generalizations that haven't any deep conceptual thought attached.
     
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    1. shootersa
      No, no; consider;
      During the Carter administration it rained 86 days straight in Panama. The average Rose in New York bloomed two extra times that year.
      During the Clinton administration the average stock price of condom makers increased 18%. The birth rate in the US fell for the first time since 1942.
      President Bush cut taxes. Roses in New York increased in value by 74%. Pregnancy rates in the US increased for the first time since the Clinton administration.
       
      shootersa, Jan 29, 2017
    2. ace's n 8's
      Somehow, your stats seem more plausible.
       
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  16. Hush

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    Hush....an alias
     
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    1. FeltPlay
      As opposed to this...
      [​IMG]Thank God, we won or bat shit crazy would be selling us out to the highest bidder.
       
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  17. Distant Lover

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    My statistics come from The Wall Street Journal

    http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2009/01/09/bush-on-jobs-the-worst-track-record-on-record/

    and IRS, Statistics of Income Bulletin, Spring 2002, Publication 1136 (Revised 6-02).

    https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-soi/02inpetr.pdf

    To find a time when tax cuts were followed by increases in job creation and balanced budgets one needs to go back to the administrations of Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge. During those administrations there were substantial reductions in military spending.
     
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    1. shootersa
      Well yes, but have you considered the price of rice in Australia in your computations?
       
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  18. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    Hell anyone who runs for President has to have something wrong with them....

    so that would be around 25 last year...
     
  19. ace's n 8's

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    We didn't have a mass exodus of business during the '20's did we?

    Business has left the U.S. for 2 simple reasons, less regulations and a reduced tax bracket.

    Those 2 reasons are no longer an issue with the current Administration.

    75% of regulation to be removed, a more balanced trade is in negotiations, a more simpler form of taxation is also be negotiated.

    This is a time that will never and can never be compared to the 'traditional standards' that this Nation has experienced in history.

    A non-establishment/non-politician is leading this country to a truer form of greatness, you can either join in on the ride, or get run over by the industrial revolution/individual revolution that this country is about ready to start.

    I honestly dont think that you can rationally or logically use any political historical moment and use it as a fair comparison to what we are experiencing today.
     
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  20. Distant Lover

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    Our only way to evaluate what is likely to happen in the future is to study what worked in the past.

    Regulations exist for a reason. It is not possible to reduce them without endangering consumers, employees, and the environment.

    Trump's efforts to increase the number of factory jobs require the erection of tariff barriers. This will raise prices.

    Since the Reagan administration Republicans should have learned that it is not possible to cut taxes, raise defense spending, and balance the budget. Nevertheless, that is what Trump proposes that we do.
     
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    1. FeltPlay
      Trump hasn't endorsed increasing defense spending, but he has pledged to hold contractors to bids and time. You are not an economist DL, much less know what it takes to be successful. Democrats believe that money grows on trees and merit means nothing. Give to miscreants on the backs of those that work. Keep talking fiction DL, times are changing, and not for the betterment of the dregs. Get on board or be "left" out. We don't much care, but only those that support our new President will enjoy the spoils, the rest are free to move to Cali or kindly shut the fuck up. We rule now, our way or the highway son. :p
       
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    2. shootersa
      You cannot possibly support the EPA clean water regulation cited when the EPA ordered a California farmer to stop plowing fields he has plowed for generations. The rule cited requires that plowing not break the layer of clay (about 15" deep normally) that protects aquifers. The farmer came nowhere near 15" deep, but the EPA ordered him to stop anyway, and in court depositions EPA lawyers admit the farmer was not plowing deeper than 6".
      http://protecttheharvest.com/2016/01/13/epa-sues-california-farmer-for-plowing-own-land/
      Heavy handed, politically motivated, hastily formed and defined regulations are the issue.
      But you already know that.

      But I will give Obama credit for one thing; he agreed we should hire more cattle guards. Before he said we should fire and retrain them. :biggrin:
      http://jacksonville.com/news/metro/...ma-calls-firing-50000-inanimate-cattle-guards
       
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