14 thoughts on “Daily Morning Cartoon / meme roundup: tRump is a loser and always has been

  1. Keith September 30, 2020 / 12:14

    Scottie, the ghost writer of “The Art of the Deal” for Trump, his biggest selling book, is called Dr. Frankenstein by his publisher. Why? Because he helped create a monster. This was before he ran for office. By the way, this author and the five official Trump biographers have all said Trump has a problem with the truth. Keith

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    • Scottie October 1, 2020 / 06:48

      Hello Keith. Yes but we are where we are because the producers of the Apprentice had already picked him when they realized he was a failure, so they created a fake rich persona for tRump. The packaged and sold it to the people who stupidly bought it. As with most things on TV and movies it was all a fake fantasy. Hugs


  2. Liberated September 30, 2020 / 17:30

    I laughed hard at these. Especially at the lady asking is this the best weve got?` Right on. My thoughts exactly.

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    • Liberated September 30, 2020 / 17:33

      Oops I used the wrong quotation marks and now my comment reads really strange.

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      • Scottie October 1, 2020 / 06:51

        Hello Liberated. How would you like me to try to fix it? If possible I will. Hugs


    • Scottie October 1, 2020 / 06:50

      Hello Liberated. I admit I have felt that way with a lot of candidates for office. Hugs

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      • Liberated October 1, 2020 / 20:16

        Our elections are coming up soon too. I already know who I’m voting for and no other candidates or parties interest me.

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        • Scottie October 2, 2020 / 06:22

          Hello Liberated. I agree. I do not understand how anyone could be undecided at this point. Hugs

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          • Liberated October 2, 2020 / 16:42

            Well in our country we have this MMP system, which means that the party who gets voted in rarely governs alone. So for many of these small parties, even if they don’t win the election, if they get enough votes and form a coalition with the winning party, then they have a say in how things are run. So in other words, you don’t just have the two major parties to choose from. A lot of these small parties are bonkers though. For this election it is pretty clear for me who I want to win, but in previous elections I wasn’t so sure.

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            • Scottie October 3, 2020 / 07:28

              Hello Liberated. I often wondered what a multi-party congress would be like. Here in the US third parties have no chance to gain any power or traction, the two major parties have entrenched themselves deeply into the system. My views are really not advanced by either party, but of course the Democrats are closer to my views by far than the Republicans are. I think if we have a system that allowed for other parties to get elected then maybe the Republican party wouldn’t be so extreme? Hugs

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              • Liberated October 3, 2020 / 16:50

                Perhaps they would be less extreme, it’s hard to say. The two major parties here are the National and Labour parties. In theory, National is meant to be more conservative and economic focused, while Labour is more liberal and social focused. In practice they actually have quite a lot of similarities.

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  3. Keith October 1, 2020 / 07:44

    Scottie, a Fortune magazine editor said only two people have ever politicked to get on their richest 400 people’s list. One was a Saudi prince and one was named Donald J. Trump. He was so fearful that a bankruptcy court was going to take his yacht, as it was a symbol. There is a lot of smoke and mirrors here. Keith

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    • Scottie October 1, 2020 / 07:51

      Hello Keith. I have learned that the Saudi’s have a habit of paying large money to high ranking officials of other nations after they leave office that do them favors. Both bush libraries were built mostly with Saudi money. The Clinton foundation took huge Saudi donations. tRump knows he has a large debt coming due. What has he already promised to Turkey or the Saudi’s, not to mention Russia, to get them to pay the debt? What will he be willing to offer as it closer to the time to pay the debt? A national security risk to say the least. Hugs


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