18 October 2017

Imaginary Greatness

Donald Trump held not one but two spontaneous press events on Monday, and both were nothing short of ludicrous episodes in delusion. Politico published a withering critique (link here) to document the President's disconnect from reality.

The article notes: "With both the Roosevelt Room and the Rose Garden as backdrops, [Trump] mixed facts and mirage, praise and perfidy in two head-spinning, sometimes contradictory performances designed to convince supporters and detractors alike that everything’s terrific, moving ahead of schedule and getting even better."

The piece opens with "friends say President Donald Trump has grown frustrated that his greatness is not widely understood." Never has ego so blinded a man. You are great only when others believe that about you; only a narcissistic dolt would think he could decide himself if he's great and then expect others to agree without question.

Trump told a monumental lie in the bizarre second event, claiming President Obama never contacted families of fallen soldiers. The reality is that Obama did while Trump has yet to contact the close family of service members killed weeks ago.

In sum, the real-time farce was yet another example of Trump blaming everything wrong on everyone else. President Harry Truman famously had a sign on his desk that read "The Buck Stops Here."

Trump needs one that says "The Buck Never Stops Here."


  1. Anonymous04:44

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  2. At first glance, a hot man. With a few seconds of appraisal, a disturbing lack of hair below the ears and apparent heavy use of makeup including skin bronzer. Ken doll here would have to be interested in me before I'd be interested in him.

  3. Anonymous16:38

    Does his scrotal sack start almost above his penis? Kinda looks like it. Makes sense in terms of our development in in the womb but I've never seen this before.

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