the orange witch has melted

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    Oct 13, 2016 1:24 PM GMT
    final-melting3.jpg?w=560&quality=85&h=74
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    Oct 13, 2016 2:46 PM GMT
    Very funny.

    I tend to think though that it's more a meltdown for the people around him. I'd imagine that for him this is just him in his natural state.

    It's like when we look from the outside at a pig in its own home what we see a pig in a pigsty and our reaction is ewww, that poor pig.

    But for the pig, from the pig's point of view, the pig is happy in shit.
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    Oct 14, 2016 1:13 AM GMT
    Pigs are actually very clean creatures - they never shit in their living quarters if they can possibly help it. They are also extremely intelligent. So please don't compare them to Trump.
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    Oct 14, 2016 1:26 AM GMT
    playwrestle saidPigs are actually very clean creatures - they never shit in their living quarters if they can possibly help it. They are also extremely intelligent. So please don't compare them to Trump.



    haha! ^ this! +1
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    Oct 14, 2016 1:35 AM GMT
    This is hilarious. It would be an insult to a pig if one were to compare it to Trump.
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    Oct 14, 2016 1:42 AM GMT
    I suppose I had that coming to me considering I'd just argued that the dom-poster calling him kamikaze was an insult to the kamikaze.

    Normally you can just call one of these GOPers a guttersnipe when they're acting up and be done with it but now we struggle to find metaphor for behavior lower than even that.

    It seems a wildly odd yet entirely understandable problem impossible to wrap the brain around as I noted in the other thread without getting sucked into Trump's madness.
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    Oct 14, 2016 2:20 AM GMT
    ...And there was no reason to think that the GOP was done tearing itself apart. Purging the party of moderates has long been the dream of alt-right provocateurs like the gang at Breitbart News. With Breitbart chairman Stephen Bannon now in league with the rampaging Trump, the revolt may only be beginning. Election Day “could be the start of the real civil war,” warns Kevin Sheridan, a GOP consultant and former adviser to Ryan. “Not the end of it.”

    A veteran party official who has watched the party go from conservative to crazy during Trump’s rise says the saddest part of the conflict is how predictable it was. “We have been warning the party that this was the likely outcome. You can’t fix what is at the core of a person’s character,” says the official, who opposed Trump from the beginning. “This is who he is. And now it’s who we as Republicans are, because we went along with it.”


    A long article from Time, but a good read.

    http://time.com/4529433/inside-donald-trump-total-meltdown/?xid=homepage&pcd=hp-magmod
  • Dynamo_spark

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    Oct 14, 2016 7:28 AM GMT
    So what shall we compare Trump to then? If we can' t compare him to a pig? Maybe a maggot, the fly larvae that feeds on Pig shit.
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    Oct 14, 2016 9:15 AM GMT
    Screeching the Wicked Witch of Wall Streets Flying Monkeys.
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    Oct 14, 2016 1:05 PM GMT
    When people of goodwill are at a loss for words to describe the Pussy Grabber, then we know we've reached terra incognita. I honestly believe that there's no comparing this "thing."
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    Oct 14, 2016 1:32 PM GMT
    Ground less than zero perhaps, but then this really needs be explored further. We should not stop with the exorcism of Trump.

    How many of our corporations have been taken over by egomaniacal narcissistic scum who put profit before not just people but before the very survival of those companies, be that by their dismantling or their failure to take the long look or their destruction of the very environment which allows for their existence.

    There is nothing fine about having this pathological piece of shit running for President of the United States of America. Shame on Republicans now and for generations to come for wiping their ass on our politics. But our critique must not stop there. Because this cancer has invaded many of our institutions.

    It is time for America to look at the psyche of our leaders and call them out and expose them and wrest control from their greedy little fingers, be they on the campaign trail, be they at the pulpit or be they in the boardroom.

    First let's assure we get rid of this piece of tRump. Then let that be the revolution.