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Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’

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1 month ago - Saturday 9/5/20 - 1:44:04 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 9/5/20 - 1:35:47 PM Rag_Doll_ wrote:
I know, right? We've got multiple guns.


Get ready! Soy boys are on the way. And yes, they're on "your side".

1 month ago - Saturday 9/5/20 - 1:55:14 PM EST (GMT-5)

1 month ago - Saturday 9/5/20 - 5:58:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
Whoever they are, their heads are getting blown off if they try to enter this house.
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 11:38:07 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Friday 9/4/20 - 8:55:42 PM CuckingFunt wrote:
The sad thing is, he won't lose one vote over this sh*t. Bring this up to one of his supporters and they'd go "well, whatever, that's not what he meant...did you know that biden is a socialist??!"
On Friday 9/4/20 - 11:16:17 PM birdsong4j wrote:
Yep. I mean just watch Noldor and CD defend voting for him in November. (*I'm sure CD will lie and say he would've voted for Sanders if he'd only been the nominee, because he's utterly incapable of owning a single political choice)


Nope- - I would not have voted for Sanders this time around. He was old 4 years ago, so I figured he was safe placeholder for a term. Now he's even 4 years older with at least 1 heart attack- - he would be just paving the way for his VP to hold office for the next couple of terms...


1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:05:09 PM EST (GMT-5)
Trump's old too
Maybe you missed it
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:26:28 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:05:09 PM redreine wrote:
Trump's old too Maybe you missed it


Yes, he is old. Probably shouldn't be running again.

1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:52:52 PM EST (GMT-5)
...and Biden is older than Trump.
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 3:11:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:52:52 PM CowDung wrote:
...and Biden is older than Trump.

Yeah, and it's ridiculous imo that there isn't an age cap on the presidency
If theres going to be a minimum age limit, there should be maximum as well.
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 3:27:08 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:52:52 PM CowDung wrote:
...and Biden is older than Trump.
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 3:11:36 PM redreine wrote:
Yeah, and it's ridiculous imo that there isn't an age cap on the presidency If theres going to be a minimum age limit, there should be maximum as well.


It could be argued that it is discriminatory to place an arbitrary age limit- - can't discriminate against senior citizens...
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 4:20:28 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:52:52 PM CowDung wrote:
...and Biden is older than Trump.
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 3:11:36 PM redreine wrote:
Yeah, and it's ridiculous imo that there isn't an age cap on the presidency If theres going to be a minimum age limit, there should be maximum as well.


agreed
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 4:29:19 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 1:52:52 PM CowDung wrote:
...and Biden is older than Trump.
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 3:11:36 PM redreine wrote:
Yeah, and it's ridiculous imo that there isn't an age cap on the presidency If theres going to be a minimum age limit, there should be maximum as well.
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 3:27:08 PM CowDung wrote:
It could be argued that it is discriminatory to place an arbitrary age limit- - can't discriminate against senior citizens...

And the flipside is having an 18 year old who knows virtually nothing becoming president. I don't care if its "discrimination". Having someone 65 or older leading an entire country is not a good idea. See: Donald Trump
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 5:21:57 PM EST (GMT-5)
His age doesn’t help, but Trump has been failing at running things for decades.
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 10:44:57 PM EST (GMT-5)
I respect people over 65 way more than a 35 year old. They have much more experience.
1 month ago - Sunday 9/6/20 - 10:46:44 PM EST (GMT-5)
Btw, 35 is the minimum age for a president
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 1:03:25 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Sunday 9/6/20 - 4:29:19 PM redreine wrote:
And the flipside is having an 18 year old who knows virtually nothing becoming president. I don't care if its "discrimination". Having someone 65 or older leading an entire country is not a good idea. See: Donald Trump


I don't think that Trump's age is really the issue...
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 2:02:11 PM EST (GMT-5)
Just like inexperience is the issue with the age limit, mental decline is an issue with the elderly at a certain point. It's not fair, but it's the truth. It certainly has a large variance in people, but it's not an invalid concern.
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 2:05:46 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Monday 9/7/20 - 2:02:11 PM Rag_Doll_ wrote:
Just like inexperience is the issue with the age limit, mental decline is an issue with the elderly at a certain point. It's not fair, but it's the truth. It certainly has a large variance in people, but it's not an invalid concern.


The large variance in people is the reason why it's unfair. Voters should be able to perceive if a candidate is suffering from mental decline and adjust their vote accordingly.
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 2:08:26 PM EST (GMT-5)
What happened to your repeated squawking about how no one but a doctor should diagnose people?
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 2:11:02 PM EST (GMT-5)
Diagnosis is different than perception.
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 2:13:37 PM EST (GMT-5)
...and I'm not the only one 'squawking' about it. I seem to recall Bird saying the same thing when it came to people speculating about Hillary Clinton's heath.
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 9:27:21 PM EST (GMT-5)
Then the same thing should be said for the opposite end of the age requirement spectrum. Old enough to take part in governing process, old enough to be president. It's up to the voters perception whether or not they're mature/ knowledgeable enough to run our country

Also, I've always wondered why 35 is the minimum age
1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 10:00:15 PM EST (GMT-5)
Age minimums seem to be more acceptable than age limits- - 18 to vote, 21 to drink, 16 to drive, etc, but you are correct- - if voters want to vote someone in, then perhaps they should be able to elect a 20 something year old President.

1 month ago - Monday 9/7/20 - 10:47:44 PM EST (GMT-5)
The article sure wants to build up a head of steam before making the loose allegation of what’s really an op ed piece. My uncle mentioned this article to me. Leave the rhetoric in court room please.

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