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Username: Password:. Remember me. Not a member? Print Email. Trump, as in Rump By Bill James. Of all of the people who are running for President or have now dropped out of the race, Donald Trump is absolutely the last one that I would vote for. I intensely dislike self-promotion. I think almost everything he says is either an outright lie, or something he is merely saying because it is convenient for him at the moment.

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The consequence is that, just as there is an attention effect in Hall of Fame voting, there is an attention effect in political voting. Trump gets a grossly disproportionate share of the attention, and thus a disproportionate share of the idiot vote. What Trump is advocating, I believe, is courage; not that this is all that he is advocating, but this is a critical part of what he is advocating.

I believe in courage. I am all for politicians displaying courage, and I think that Donald Trump has done a better job of displaying real courage than anyone else running this year. We need that, in a President. I make the rules for me. Also, Donald Trump is advocating real democracy in a way that the other candidates are not, and in a way that is too subtle for most of the Talking Head class to understand.

We have in this great nation, blessed by God but not uniquely blessed by God, and not chosen by God to stand ahead of other nations. These rules were never voted upon, and were never agreed to by most of us. Some of these rules are good and proper, and some of them are useless and counter-productive. I will explain a little better what rules I mean in just a moment, but first my main point. The rules to which I refer are emanations and outgrowths of completely legitimate rules and laws which were adopted for sound reasons.

It used to be, in my lifetime, that one could express open hostility toward people of other races. It used to be that you could use racial slurs on radio or TV, and use them in the most pejorative way, not teasing or mocking but carrying real menace.

In no sense should we retreat from that. But extend that idea out without resistance, extend it outward without respect for its natural boundaries and without any respect for the other valid principles with which it may come in conflict, and here is where you wind up. A couple of years ago I described Gino Cimoli, s outfielder, as. I forget what the words were, but it focused on his being Italian.

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Petty story. A few years ago, when my son was in the seventh grade, he brought home from school a handout about peanut allergies. Kids who talk with a lisp get teased about it. When I was in school, if my father had ever heard about me teasing the girl who had the bad lisp, teasing her about her lisp, believe me, I would have caught hell about that.

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The Constitution is a barrier to infringing your legal right to say whatever you want to say, Adult ass rump rumprater. com the self-righteous majority, aided and abetted by the media, has made de facto rules which have infringed on the right of free speech in ways that invade our daily lives. And I second the motion. Our politicians have to stand up for us. I think it Adult ass rump rumprater. com a completely Cute frat boys naked point, and I think it is high time that somebody did this.

Donald Trump tells us that he is going to make America great again. But it appeals to other people, and I think that I understand why it appeals. Trump is implicitly saying that we have lost touch with certain values that used to characterize America, and I think that that is absolutely true. I think it is always true; every generation loses touch with certain virtues from the past, and then re-discovers those virtues only after the consequence of losing them becomes visible.

We have lost touch with the virtue of toughness. We despise toughness, not as individuals but as a collective, and we sympathize with whiners when we should ignore them. The consequences of this are becoming visible, and they will become more visible until we realize that toughness is a real thing, a real virtue, and that we need more of it.

And I believe that it is true that the responsibility of our elected officials is to stand up for America, and I believe that we have had many failings in this regard.

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I've never understood why people put up with it. It's normal to complain about things you don't like, heck, it's even normal to be whiney sometimes. But it's strange to me to expect anybody anybody else to do anything about it. Once you've finished bitching, it's up to you to decide what you are going to do about whatever it is that's bugging you. Riceman I prefer this Joycean harangue. Keep the formatting. Well said. I'll try to re-post it and Adult ass rump rumprater.

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