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Trump Derangement Sydrome at all time high!

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Karras --- 246 days ago -

Not only among the KU libs but at the nations most "respected" papers.

"Now anything goes. All restraints are loosened, all self-discipline trashed. There?s no cure or even treatment for Trump Derangement Syndrome, a disease as wild and as swiftly lethal as anything imported from the Ebola River valley of the dark continent. The rules and taboos that once guided even the sleaziest excuse for a newspaper no longer apply.

Destroying Donald Trump is all that matters in the newsrooms of the mainstream media, so called, and by any means necessary. Rarely have so many hysterics contributed so much of the national conversation.

A columnist in The New York Times, ground zero in the epidemic of Trump Derangement Syndrome, suggests that a mutiny at the White House is the ?more appropriate? way to rid the nation of the legitimate 46th duly elected president of the United States. Why waste time on impeachment? Mike Pence, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell could organize the ambush. The columnist likens them to ?stewards for a syphilitic emperor.?

Ross Douthat is regarded as a ?conservative? at The New York Times, and he thinks impeachment would take too long, be too messy, and recommends invoking the Twenty-fifth Amendment, which permits the president?s Cabinet to remove the president if a majority of the secretaries tells Congress that the president can no longer perform his duties.

Ultimately, he writes in the newspaper once known as ?the old gray lady? and which has become ?the old crazy lady,? he does not believe ?our president sufficiently understands the nature of the office he holds, the nature of the legal constraints that are supposed to bind him, perhaps even the nature of normal human interactions, to be guilty of obstruction of justice in the Nixonian or even Clintonian sense of the phrase.?

A half-century ago a certain magazine thought a long-distance psychiatric examination of a presidential candidate was in order, and asked 12,000 psychiatrists (who knew there were so many headshrinkers on the fruited plain?) whether they thought Barry Goldwater was crazy, and 1,189 responded with a diagnosis: Mr. Goldwater, the Republican nominee for president in 1964, was nothing less than nuts. The American Psychiatric Association, sensitive to the public outrage that followed, told their members never to do it again.

But since the psychiatrists wouldn?t do it, Ross Douthat was fitted out with degrees in medicine and psychiatry (honorary degrees, we must hope), and told to get to work. (He is expected to retire his shingle once President Trump has been dispatched to the nut house, but who knows? On the Upper East Side there?s never enough psychiatrists.) Dr. Douthat writes that the president has no aides, friends and confidantes who have any remaining regard for him. ?They have no respect for him, indeed they seem to palpate with contempt for him, and to regard their mission as equivalent to being stewards for a syphilitic emperor.?

Since impeachment would take so long, Dr. Douthat would ?respectfully ask Mike Pence and Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to reconsider their support for a man who never should have had his party?s nomination, never should have been elevated to this office, never should have been endorsed and propped up and defended by people who understood his unfitness all along.?

It?s hard to imagine anything more calculated to invoke a Second Amendment answer to such a Twenty-fifth Amendment coup, and it would be nothing less than a coup by the Republican elites and the press that so many Americans believe have ?rigged? the elections meant to express the nation?s will. You don?t have to be a Trump friend, supporter or voter to see where this would inevitably lead. The United States has never been a banana republic or a third world dump where elections are ultimately determined in the streets, but this would be the ultimate national indignity, wrought by just those who would go to civil war to depose an indignity.

The two stories that have dominated the news this week were the work of the very two newspapers, The Washington Post and The New York Times, that have become the not-so-loyal opposition, drivers of the coup with tales told in every edition. The Post accuses the president of dispensing national secrets to the Russians, based on the word of an anonymous source who concedes he wasn?t in the meeting, and denied by those who were. The New York Times says it heard a passage read from a memo written by James Comey, telling how the president asked him go easy on Mike Flynn, and denied by the White House.

All this to support tales of Trump campaign collusion with the Russians, which Democrats and Republicans agree that no one has yet found any evidence of. There?s no fire and only a few wisps of something that might be smoke, or more likely, the passing of partisan gas.

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JustWatching --- 246 days ago -

All this to support tales of Trump campaign collusion with the Russians, which Democrats and Republicans agree that no one has yet found any evidence of. There?s no fire and only a few wisps of something that might be smoke, or more likely, the passing of partisan gas.


Wait, the investigations have only gone on for almost a year but we need to give them another 5-10 years. Maybe they will find collusion then. 

the Markster --- 28 days ago -

 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 28 days ago -

Pure evidence that TDS rages on.

200+ days and Wayne had to bump this thread. 

whatchamacallit --- 27 days ago -

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Everyone! 

the Markster --- 27 days ago -

 

the Markster --- 26 days ago -

"Close ups can be rough" ~ Dire Strraights 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 25 days ago -

So much disappointment in your future, Wayne.

It's gonna be YUGE. 

the Markster --- 25 days ago -

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AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 25 days ago -

Are you seriously laughing at him because he doesn't drink? 

the Markster --- 25 days ago -

No. Im seriously laughing at how he made fun of Rubio and, look for yourself. Tell me thats not funny 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 25 days ago -

I'm not a fan,for sure- 

the Markster --- 25 days ago -

 

the Markster --- 25 days ago -

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much better 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 25 days ago -

She'd look good in stripes, LOL. Destiny 

the Markster --- 25 days ago -

lol
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I wonder if Trumps orange tan would match an orange prison outfit 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 25 days ago -

Even that dude is butthurt over the Hillary loss. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 25 days ago -

I was smart enough not to vote for either one of them. Lock steppers gonna lock on. LOL!

Some of us can think outside party lines! Sweet freeeeedom!!! 

the Markster --- 25 days ago -

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the Markster --- 25 days ago -

If we could stop locking threads, thatd be great 

Prolix Raconteur --- 24 days ago -

If you could post an independent thought, that'd be great. 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

If you could post an independent thought, that'd be great.

OK. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 24 days ago -

If you could post an independent thought, that'd be great.


Careful what you wish for. It could be a convoluted cacophony of unrelated words strung together with no discernible meaning. 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

If we could stop locking threads, thatd be great

The above statement was/is an original thought. Get it? PR didn't. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 24 days ago -

Mark, could you please size your memes to fit the thread? These are YUGE and distort the entire read for everyone else. One YUGE meme every now and then is no biggie, but ALL of yours on EVERY thread is a bit much.

Thanks 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

Mark, could you please size your memes to fit the thread?

I dont like it either....But no. Talk to Admin to automatically adjust. Mention a like button while your at it. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 24 days ago -

In that drinking meme, he's drinking a bottle of WATER. LOL omg lol. So much fakery, so little time. 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

ALL of yours on EVERY thread is a bit much.

Somebody call a WHAMBULANCE..lololol
love that movie 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 24 days ago -

"I dont like it either....But no. Talk to Admin to automatically adjust. Mention a like button while you're at it"


No, feel free to do it yourself. 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

lol..whats that supposed to mean 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

Deleted, warning. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 24 days ago -

There's something wrong with you, you have no filter. I don't like him, and you make me defend him because you go too far. 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

you make me defend him because you go too far.

And there is something wrong with me? hahahaha...lets take a walk on the wild side sometime 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

Ill take gooooood care of yuuuuu 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

you have no filter.
Thats my favorite thing about me 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 24 days ago -

I'm not going to say it, it's too mean. 

the Markster --- 24 days ago -

you have no filter.

You should kick it with me around others w/no filter. Ruthlessness to make a bobbett blush with snark to spare 

Joe Blow --- 24 days ago -

Karras
AKA Soup for Brains!

LMFAO 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 24 days ago -

If you could post an independent thought, that'd be great.

Ain't gonna happen.

Wayne is straight up Meme City nowadays. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 24 days ago -

Karras
AKA Soup for Brains!


BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA

You sure about that? 

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