posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 06:17 AM
a reply to: theworldisnotenough
So... let me get this straight...
Donald Trump is elected president of the United States, which is a position which includes a duty to be a figurehead for the country toward the
world, and for the government toward the people. The people of the world, not to mention the people of the United States, rely on the word of the
President, to accurately describe and put forth the action plans, ideas, and hopes and dreams of the government and the people of the US both.
Therefore, what we have is a situation where the United States government, will be effectively mute toward both the world and the people of the
States, because none of us can trust worth a damn, the words that come out of the Presidents mouth, to be accurate, realistic, or a fair approximation
of his intent, the intentions of the government he is heading up, or indeed the beliefs and thoughts of the people of the nation he is head of.
Ergo, is it reasonable to assume that for the moment, the United States of America does not actually HAVE a President, but a mascot instead? A
muffled, pantomime character, whose word means nothing, whose gestures cannot be deciphered, whose every utterance has all the basis in reality of a
I mean, what is he even for, if he is not there to communicate the direction of things to the people of the country he leads, and more broadly, to
the world? If he is incapable of that, what hope is there for his administration?