Another problem is that people are deeply in love with fear and unhappiness.
I refuse to feed that vampire.
What you DON'T know WON'T hurt you.
When it's all fixed, I still won't tell you.
Some of us keep our mouths shut. Some of us LIE in order to protect operations in progress.
And when the operations are over, we never tell you what happened.
That's as it should be.
Too many people have no leaning curve.
Why in the world would anyone take this at face value?
Trump in a landslide.
Everyone needs to accept it.
These articles are obsolete. On election night 2016, a Democratic pollster said that Trump had demolished the election model.
He of course will do it again. The election is in the bag.
It's impossible to tell what's real with Trump.
The stakes are so high that people are doing things never before attempted.
If Tillerson did what Haley alleges, it doesn't matter. He's long gone.
I don't believe any of this.
Trump wasn't making decisions that killed people.
This is kabuki.
This weakness impacts everything. It's the reason why so many Trump "supporters" have daily panic attacks.
"THE CIA IS STARTING A FULL-FLEDGED PSYCHOLOGICAL-WARFARE OPERATION! ALARM! ALARM!"
No. You're just another weak-minded American.
This person needs to be locked up forever.
World War II scrambled the thought processes of Americans and made them susceptible to the most destructive ideology ever invented:
The Great Depression started the process, and World War II finished it.
The push to deinstitutionalize the severely mentally ill was itself insane.
And Americans fell for it because they were becoming mentally weak.
"In 1973, Rosenhan published the paper “On Being Sane in Insane Places” in the prestigious journal Science, and it was a sensation. The study, in which eight healthy volunteers went undercover as “pseudopatients” in 12 psychiatric hospitals across the country, discovered harrowing conditions that led to national outrage.
"His findings helped expedite the widespread closure of psychiatric institutions across the country, changing mental health care in the US forever."
Brian's thread and an eye-opener for sure! Thank you @drawandstrike
(watch the video).
This could indicate his team has all the evidence.
The Scottish poet Robert Burns wrote in a dialect that's hard to understand.
His most famous piece is "To a Louse. On A Lady's Bonnet, At Church (1786).
O wad some Power the giftie gie us
To see oursels as ithers see us!
It wad frae mony a blunder free us,
An' foolish notion:
What airs in dress an' gait wad lea'e us,
An' ev'n devotion!
Some newspaper delivery guy in South Texas who somehow finangled his way into a political pundit job! :D
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.