“The most confused you will ever get is when you try to convince your heart and spirit of something your mind knows is a lie.” ― Shannon L. Alder
M A S S I V E M I S I N T E R P R E T A T I O N O F R E A L I T Y
Donald J. Trump: talented businessman or outright bungler?
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in a press conference earlier today appeared all giddy and excited about the way his boss was handling things so capably and efficiently in the White House these days.
“The president knows how to connect directly to the people” he said.
I think Mr Trump should get down on his knees and kiss his supporters butts for allowing him to overtly express his delusional self during a time of supposed “chaos theory” emanating from the White House.
Although folks interacting with the great man himself admit that he is “refreshingly unorthodox” and his governing style unique they should also realize that he may not be playing with a full deck.
Using inflammatory rhetoric and an off the wall way of thinking to mesmerize and entrance a nation demanding change and improvement at any cost might be more of a tragic flaw than a quality worth praising. His approach should not be deemed refreshing but more apocalyptic.
He is increasing the military budget by $54 billion and decreasing the amount of money on domestic spending, social service, health care and environmental protection. Infrastructure costs and expenditures will take a back seat to increasing military muscle.
It seems as if The Donald is attempting to emulate the actions North Korea is taking to increase its military spending while ignoring the economic concerns of its people. Not the best example for the president to be following.
How many nuclear weapons do you really need to launch before the earth becomes a smouldering cinder?
I guess the term from the 1960″ total nuclear deterrent” is echoing in the Oval Office.
Chaos Theory enables Trump to appear brilliant in the midst of confusion, focused while others chase false news leaks and determined while the rest of humanity view him as the uncaring bully he happens to be.
He has yet to pass a bill that will accepted and his recent executive order on the travel ban appears to be infected with religious bias against the banned Muslim countries.
He holds no respect for the district court judge who protested his earlier travel ban and will probably face a rocky road trying to push this latest ban through the judicial system.
His next book should be titled: The Art of the Deception. His actions these days might be enabling him to gather the empirical data he will need to substantiate the effects his allegations and delusions are having on a sceptical world. — gc