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originally posted by: soundguy
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: Blue_Jay33
To be frank, I don't care how other people "feel".
It's none of my business how they feel.
About the only thing I concern myself with is the idiots doing things that would impact me.
Very Christian opinion to carry!
originally posted by: angeldoll
There is no such thing as "trump derangement syndrome".
A pox party (also measles party, flu party etc.) is a social activity where children are deliberately exposed to an infectious disease. Such parties were done before vaccines were available on the premise of providing children with immunity against diseases such as chickenpox
originally posted by: Moresby
Trump is clearly the one with the derangement.
When he stops being president, I may even feel sorry for him. Because he's such a weak, sad, obviously mentally ill, little man.
Or as my Scottish friends would say it, "He's a wee man."
More at: www.dailywire.com...
"Our 'Emotional Devastation' Over Trump Winning The Election Drove Us So Insane, We Believed The Russia Collusion Story."