misssylviadrake (misssylviadrake) wrote,
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We are watching a sociopath rise to supreme power

Small things reveal someone's character. From that small thing we can project how the person will behave in large matters. While George W. Bush (Bush 2) was campaigning, a woman sentenced to die in Florida, begged him for mercy -- for a pardon. A message was sent through the lawyer. On a public stage, Bush mocked and parodied her, enacting her squeaking at him. I knew then what a bad president he'd be. He was openly enjoying power as a means of inflicting pain.

His behavior was reported, I saw a clip of Bush 2 meanly parodying the woman; no one in the media I read made any comment. It was passed over and I've not seen anything about it since.

Today's political nuances may seem even slighter and nothing in comparison to all Trump has said and what he does at his rallies and in his business career. But it is indicative,

Trump's response to the mean (in every way when it comes to his social outlook) Ryan trying to extract a promise that Trump will treat him and others with respect is to treat Ryan as an absurd suppliant.  What does Ryan's giving Trump this opening by saying he will stand aside actually show about him?

This morning McCain said he would support this man who sneered at him as a man who became a prisoner of war, was tortured, called him a coward as I recall. So there are no limits whom McCain will support either if the person seems on his way to power.

Trump is now seeking to get his hands on the billions the Republicans control towards a general election. He does win the Republican vote and he does better when the primary is an open one, allowing all people to vote (independents and democrats).

Can Hillary Clinton beat him? were the primaries open to all in all states (and primaries are funded by the taxpayers) and were there no superdelegates, she'd be out.  I've no idea if Trump would trounce Sanders or Sanders beat him, but keeping her there and knowing how little broad appeal she has -- including how so many men apparently are loathe to vote for her and many women find her offputting -- is a risk.  No one in the democratic party establishment wants a return of FDR type New Deal programs and laws. The last 70 years has been a shredding of all of these, with a continual underfunding of Social Security. Is it that they prefer Trump?

Nota bene. Gentle reader, remember the devastation of these nuclear bombs. Trump could incense some dense power-mad fanatical bully.  Then what?



From the Washington Examiner

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