Weird complaint

Trump departure: ‘Rarely has a president shown such little personal evolution in office’

One of the presumed advantages of electing people in their 70s is that they’ve already evolved to whatever they’re going to be. One knows what one is getting……

35 thoughts on “Weird complaint”

  1. “Rarely has a president shown such little personal evolution in office”

    Says someone who has obviously undertaken an in depth analysis of the personal evolution of all 45 (excluding Biden) Presidents. Or possibly hasn’t.

  2. We could easily spot Clinton’s development – from minor crook to international mega-crook. No doubt Biden is capable of taking corruption to new levels

  3. Politicians evolving in office is quite rare. If they haven’t got a backbone when they enter office they rarely have developed one by the time they leave.

  4. I’m bemused by so many people fawning over that “brilliant poem”. They must have watched a different inauguration to the one I saw… if you had given an A-level student two weeks to produce a poem, you might begrudgingly have given them a C for that rambling assortment of buzzwords. Is it because she is black?

  5. aaa

    Yes, it’s because she is black. Remember all the hoo-hah around the preacher at that wedding between the Ginger royal and that American actress? And that American president who was awarded the Nobel Prize before he did anything?

  6. Sam Vara: ’ Yes, it’s because she is black.’

    It seems the Biden administration is set on ushering in a era of tokenism and preferential hiring the likes of which we’ve never seen before.

  7. A politician is said to evolve in office when he does things that he promised not to when campaigning. See Obama/Clinton on gay marriage.
    As far as I can find out the US now has a President who garnered more votes than Obama at his hight, but who nobody turns up to listen to.

  8. He is a bogus President who stole the election. All decent Americans –about 1/3 as it seems to be near everywhere– should determine to cause the Biden gang 10x the trouble the Demorat Left caused Trump. And start preparing now for the next election steal.

    And a plan for what to do once it becomes obvious that ALL elections will be fixed from now on.

  9. Sam Vara: ’ Yes, it’s because she is black.’

    True. Black privilege is alive and well, and definitely not only in the US.

  10. True, most US presidents “evolve” in office (i.e. age very rapidly and betray their base). Regan didn’t evolve until he was fortuitously shot, Bill Clinton looks like the portrait of Dorian Grey, Dubya has aged into a character from Planet of the Apes, and Obama looks more like a bitter old queen with an ugly beard every passing day.

    Trump has held up amazingly well and kept fighting for his constituency until the January 6th “riot”, at which point the Uniparty stopped publicly pretending to respect his constitutional authority and he was effectively removed from office in a palace coup (whoever ordered 65,000 troops into DC and decided on those pardons, it wasn’t Donald J. My guess is somebody took him aside and reminded him about what happened to Regan and the Kennedys. However personally courageous The Donald may or may not be, he has a lot of children and grandchildren and it’d be a shame if anything happened to them).

    Obvs, Joe Biden will evolve into a corpse, but that doesn’t really matter except to his Hellhound soul because Joe isn’t in charge of anything. He’s a senile figurehead for an establishment which spent the last few years terrorizing its own citizens with elaborate conspiracy theories and corporate sponsored racial terrorism and whatnot, and is now demanding “unity”, i.e. total obedience.

    Mr Ecks is correct that there’s no reason to suspect mass electoral fraud will just go away in the near future, they’ll do their best to regularise it in the guise of “racial justice”. The opportunities for Yanks to peacefully regain some degree of control over their own country all run through the Republican Party, which is quite happy to be the junior partner in the kleptocracy.

    Like Theresa May’s Conservatives (yes, I’m aware of the failings of the Borisocracy) the GOP is now a party without a constituency. They openly despise their own voters, hate the most popular president they’ve ever had, and hope to turn the clock back to 2015 when they could package elitist losers like Jeb and Romney as “conservatives”. There’s no particular reason for donors to keep funding the GOP except as controlled opposition. If the good guys can wrest control over the party, or simply wreck it, it’ll be a lot harder for Democrat magic vote schemes to work at the state level.

  11. Dennis, He Who Refuses To Be A Whiny Bitch

    Stolen election… blah, blah, blah… Election fraud… blah, blah, blah

    Your guy (and mine) lost a close election. Stop being a whiny bitch about it. You guys sound like a pack of Democrats.

    Cue Ecks launching spittle on his monitor in 3, 2, 1…

  12. Mystic Steve: Seer Of Future Times

    Dennis, on his way to the mandatory gender reassignment camps: “Just VOTE HARDER next time, bros! Ted Cruz will save us xD xD”

  13. PDF:

    The number of down votes has strangely decreased from your figure of 18k to only 14k when I looked just now. Those dammed Dominion machines are everywhere.

  14. Stolen election… blah, blah, blah… Election fraud… blah, blah, blah

    Says the guy who reminded us on a daily basis that the presidential election couldn’t and wouldn’t be stolen. How’s that working out for ya, Denny?

  15. The number of down votes has strangely decreased from your figure of 18k to only 14k when I looked just now. Those dammed Dominion machines are everywhere.

    Presumably youtube has 18k accounts to work through and delete…

  16. Steve,

    “Like Theresa May’s Conservatives (yes, I’m aware of the failings of the Borisocracy) the GOP is now a party without a constituency. They openly despise their own voters, hate the most popular president they’ve ever had, and hope to turn the clock back to 2015 when they could package elitist losers like Jeb and Romney as “conservatives”. There’s no particular reason for donors to keep funding the GOP except as controlled opposition. If the good guys can wrest control over the party, or simply wreck it, it’ll be a lot harder for Democrat magic vote schemes to work at the state level.”

    It’s not a dissimilar setup, though. You’ve got the ordinary party people and voters who like him. Some of the low level political organisation, too. Then you have the upper end that doesn’t. And ultimately, it’s those low-level people who can really make some trouble. They can call meetings and express their opposition to their local person. In the US, this has real teeth because there’s a primary process for candidates. Someone can stand, and registered voters can support them.

    I believe the internet has really changed politics, because it’s so much easier to actually find out stuff about politicians. Like the details of Hilary’s cattle futures, and the stuff that various brokers said about it are all there, rather than forgotten by the MSM (and if you don’t think it was all dodgy AF, I have a timeshare to sell you).

  17. Your guy (and mine) lost a close election.

    Not that close, they were over 7 million “votes” apart.

    The only question to me is the proportion of cheating vs fraud. Cheating primarily being unqualified persons changing the postal ballot rules before the event; fraud primarily being via digital counting systems that can be remotely manipulated but cannot be audited.

  18. By the time YouTube has finished up-votes will have won a close but decisive victory and anyone questioning it will be literally Hitler.

  19. @PJF, without of course wishing to give any offence ‘Not that close, they were over 7 million “votes” apart’ is a really stupid remark. Do you understand how Presidential elections work?

  20. Dennis, Your Guide To The USA

    Not that close, they were over 7 million “votes” apart.

    Oy.

    Do you understand how Presidential elections work?

    Evidently he doesn’t.

  21. Dennis, You Know... The Rational One

    Says the guy who reminded us on a daily basis that the presidential election couldn’t and wouldn’t be stolen. How’s that working out for ya, Denny?

    Reading comprehension strikes again. Never said presidential elections couldn’t be stolen. Not once.

    What I said was this:
    1) Stealing a presidential election would be extremely difficult, given the manner in which the election is conducted (you know, the 50 states holding separate elections thingy).
    2) Until a body of vetted evidence is presented, I am going to assume the election was free and fair.
    2) Anecdotal evidence does not prove a degree of fraud necessary to alter an election to a material degree.

    To date, nobody in ‘Merica has provided the sort of evidence necessary to prove systematic fraud on a scale needed to steal an election. Nor have Ecks, Steve and various others who visit this site.

    You can do whatever you want and believe whatever you want. Me, I’m going to act like an adult about it. Just like I did after Carter, Clinton and Obama were elected president. And if you insist on acting the fool, don’t be surprised if I call you on it.

  22. Dennis, Asking The Tough Questions

    Dennis, on his way to the mandatory gender reassignment camps…

    Could you be a bigger Drama Queen?

  23. The whole like/dislike thing on Youtube is easily manipulated, as has been proven many times before.

    Any connection to Real Life™, especially contentuous stuff in the Eye of the Public, should include a hefty helping of salt.

  24. By the time YouTube has finished up-votes will have won a close but decisive victory and anyone questioning it will be literally Hitler.

    LMAO!! This.

    I’m sure there are flash drives of up-votes out there just waiting to be found.

    Al Franken (senator (or have they booted him?) from Minnesota) was a test run for this method of winning elections. It worked. Then all the craziness around Covid, with the voting rules changing daily, plus Biden votes ready to be found, a la Franken, and viola! An Honest and Fair and Decisive Victory for the senile half-dead guy and the woman who slept her way to the top (and who was all about hating on him until he made her VP, now they’re BFFs), neither of whom campaigned much at all, and when they did hold a “rally” hardly anyone showed up. Yeah – it’s all fair and square and on the up-and-up – all the right people say so! It’s gotta be true!

  25. Nah, you want a president who bends over and “evolves” according to the latest opinion poll on Vox. That’s the kind of strength that keeps China, Russia and Iran from threatening national security.

  26. without of course wishing to give any offence ‘Not that close, they were over 7 million “votes” apart’ is a really stupid remark. Do you understand how Presidential elections work?

    Are you referring to the electoral college*? If so, it’s odd you didn’t mention the results for that.
    306 – 232
    Not exactly close either.

    Biden – 81,268,757 (51.3%) – 306
    Trump – 74,216,722 (46.9%) – 232

    Close? More than comfortable. This is what close looks like:

    Bush – 50,456,002 (47.9%) – 271
    Gore – 50,999,897 (48.4%) – 266

    Mentioning the gap in the popular vote wasn’t stupid; it simply demonstrated the thoroughness of Biden’s win. If Biden had won by a squeak it would have been a contemptuous slap in the face for America; winning so widely was a sneering kick in the balls then pissing on it as it lay groaning.

    * Yes, I do know how they work
    https://www.continentaltelegraph.com/2018/03/italys-populism-or-just-democracy-what-the-people-want/#comment-1262

  27. A bit misleading PJF. Let’s look at the 2016 results:
    Popular Electoral
    Trump: 63,984,828 304
    Wicked
    Witch of
    The East: 65,853,514 227

    The popular vote doesn’t matter much. This is a feature not a big of the Constitution.

    What matters is the margin of vote in Arizona,Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
    Vote Electoral
    Margin Votes
    Arizona 10,457 11
    Georgia 11,749 16
    Michigan 154,188 16
    Pennsylvania 81,660 20
    Wisconsin 20,682 10

    Trump lost Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin by less than the Libertarian vote in those states. Had he won those states, the Electoral vote would have been tied at 269 and the House of Representatives would have decided the election based on one vote for each state, the majority of which had majority Republican delegations.

    So in reality only about 40,000 votes decided the election. Not much fraud would change the results. Only a couple of precincts in those states.

  28. Biden has “evolved” from a fake freedom fighter in 1968, to a fake Rhodes scholar in 1988, to a real war-hungry neocon in 2003, to a fake centrist in 2008, to the fake AntiFa-ignoring leftist he is now.

    See? Isn’t that better than Trump?

  29. There’s also the interesting situation of the bellwether locations of the 19 pivot counties across America to correctly pick the president every time over the past 10 election cycles, only one – Clallam County in Washington state – saw a majority back Joe Biden for president.
    That many being wrong is strange indeed, from a BBC article on this…..

    “ What’s more, in this year’s election voters in leading bellwether counties didn’t just come out for Donald Trump marginally; they backed him in droves.
    In Valencia County, New Mexico, which had correctly predicted the winner of every presidential election since 1952, Mr Trump won by 10 points; in Indiana’s Vigo County, which backed every president bar two since 1888, he prevailed by 15 points.
    In Westmoreland County, Virginia – a small, rural community south of Washington DC that’s failed to be a bellwether only twice since 1928, and is home to twice the number of African Americans than the national average – he beat Mr Biden by 16 points.”

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