> Jimmy Cincinnati Wrote:
> Not ignoring your earlier posts but im just short on time at the moment.
> This is a moment to ask what happens when a political party or a country
> cease to choose a person to lead a platform of ideas and ideals and
> instead allow themselves to be fully consumed by an individual.
> I really think you put too much stock in Trump. He cant be a mastermind
> and a idiot. I think many republicans focus on Trump because he
> constantly is under-fire from the media and many feel the media is so
> utterly biased and out of hand. Ive said it before but here it is again.
> I dont feel Trump is particularly intelligent... he is just the punching
> bag for the people actually coming up with policies & run this country.
> You can tell when he attempts to describe things his staff informed him
> of that he either doesn't listen to the whole presentation or just
> doesn't grasp what they mean.
> I do not believe he is authoritarian like many are claiming. Honestly
> how has your life changed that makes you believe he is since Obama?
Oh I don't mean to imply he's some authoritatian wannabe dictator, but rather that it's deeply concerning that the entire RNC basically said we have no platform, no issues. We are just trump. vote for that. As you put out earlier and I've been trying to focus on also, we get nowhere unless we can get a meaningful evaluation of the pros and cons on actual issues, and literally as we are having that discussion here the republican party said pretty directly - we don't care about issues, we have no platform, just trump. team trump!