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PATHETIC European Leaders KNOW they can't beat Trump... SO, they act like CHILDREN !   WHY should Donald Trump associate with CHILDREN?

 

Bottom Line?  When he lays down the law, THEY will follow... or Trump has MANY ways to RESPOND !!  The European leaders have been SUCKING on the U.S. A. Gravy Train... and Trump is ENDING it !!  So, Like CHILDREN, they CRY, COMPLAIN, and FUSS...

 

BUT, All Trump has to do is stand firm... and THEY don't have much of a choice...

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The REAL problem is that the current crop of EUROPEAN leaders are ALL more Socialists than Capitalists... AND, they THINK that is the way the WORLD should go forward...  THEN, here comes Donald Trump who is an UN-ASHAMED Capitalist, PUTS America on the path BACK to Capitalism and Making America GREAT Again, and TURNS America BACK into the Economic POWER HOUSE that it once was... AFTER Barack Obama spent 8 years trying to CONVINCE America that our BEST days were behind us, and to Prepare for The NEW NORMAL...

 

Now, America is BOOMING, and is likely the ONLY reason ALL of Europe is not ALREADY in recession... or DEPRESSION... AND, THAT has thrown a MONKEY Wrench into their plans... and is why they HATE Donald Trump !!

 

I say DO what's BEST for America, and HOPE the Europe comes to it's senses... It is NOT America's responsibility to CRUTCH the EU, because THEY can't get their ACT together... Time to let THEM figure things out, WITHOUT BILLIONS of Dollars in American subsidies !

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SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI: Good morning.

Let us begin where our founders began in 1776. When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another. With those words, our founders courageously began our Declaration of Independence from an oppressive monarch, for among other grievances the king’s refusal to follow rightfully passed laws.

In the course of today’s events, it becomes necessary for us to address, among other grievances, the president’s failure to faithfully execute the law. When crafting the Constitution, the founders feared the return of a monarchy in America. And having just fought a war of independence, they specifically feared the prospect of a king-president corrupted by foreign influence.

 

 

During the constitutional convention, James Madison, the architect of the Constitution, warned that a president might betray his trust to foreign powers which might prove fatal to the republic. Another founder, Gouverneur Morris, that a president may be bribed by a greater interest to betray his trust. He emphasized that this magistrate is not the king. The people are the king.

They, therefore, created a constitutional remedy to protect against a dangerous or corrupt leader: impeachment. Unless the Constitution contained an impeachment provision, one founder warned, a president might “spare no effort or means whatsoever” to get himself re-elected. Similarly, George Mason insisted that a president who procured his appointment in his first instance through improper and corrupt acts might repeat his guilt and return to power.

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3 minutes ago, Phoenix68 said:

WHY should Donald Trump associate with CHILDREN?

Why should be associate with anyone who is NOT a child?  He does not speak like any adult. he does not think like any adult.

He has a teensy vocabulary and his ideas extremely childish in every way.

 

By the way, I am aware that "Conservative VOICE" first asked this question, not Phoenix, but I could not alter the words generated by the forum's program.

 

But would not allow Trump to associate with any child of mine.

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Just now, benson13 said:

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Another weirdo with the brain of a little child^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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Yale psychiatrist: Impeachment hearings must include analysis of Trump’s mental health

The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on Wednesday to hear from a panel of legal scholars who provided a constitutional analysis of the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Trump. A group of psychiatry professors from around the country are calling on the committee to also impanel experts in psychology to analyze the president’s mental health and consider his state of mind as part of the ongoing investigation.

 

 

Bandy Lee, a professor of psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine and president of the World Mental Health Organization, has spoken out about the president’s mental health for years. She is the editor of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President” and convened a conference on Trump’s mental health at Yale in 2017.

 

Lee, along with Dr. John Zinner and Dr. Jerrold Post of George Washington University and more than 200 signatories, is leading a petition to the Judiciary Committee urging lawmakers to consider the views of mental health experts as they examine the possible criminality behind the Ukraine scandal.

 

The petition calls for the committee to enter a statement from the mental health professionals into the official record.

“Failing to monitor or to understand the psychological aspects, or discounting them, could lead to catastrophic outcomes,” the statement warns. “For these reasons, we implore Congress to take these danger signs seriously and to constrain his destructive impulses.  We and many others are available to give important relevant recommendations as well as to educate the public so that we can maximize our collective safety.”

Lee told Salon that there’s a tendency to see such warnings as hyperbolic “before things happen — and after things happen, people just assume that things have already happened and so they know how dangerous the president is.

 

“Each time he has a way of stepping up,” she continued. “We need to be prepared ahead of time, not just think we know afterwards,” even if that means talking about touchy issues of a public figure’s mental health “honestly, rather than what might be more palatable.”

Lee spoke to Salon about the petition, the impeachment inquiry’s impact on Trump’s state of mind, her view on the president’s enablers, the criticism she has received for speaking out publicly about the president’s mental health, and whether all presidential candidates should undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

The conversation has been lightly edited for length and clarity.

 

You’re leading a petition to the House Judiciary Committee in the impeachment inquiry. What do you hope this will accomplish?

We’ve been warning against the president’s psychological dangers for quite some time. And we are currently seeing them accelerate with the impeachment proceedings, as well as multiple pressures that are also obvious to the public. Loss of court cases and the impeachment inquiry continually bring up facts that do not favor him. So we would like to propose to the Judiciary Committee that it consider mental health parallel to its investigation of criminality.

 

You said you want Congress to take mental health into consideration. What does that look like? How do you want Congress to handle your input?

Initially, we were proposing to testify. But given the volatility of the president and his worsening condition, that should also be obvious for the public to see, in terms of his increased tweets, his greater attacks, his doubling down on unreality. These are all very concerning signs and more alarming to psychological professionals because of what they imply.

So initially, we were proposing to testify for the committee, but now we are suggesting private consultation, because we see concerning signs accelerate … [and we] are afraid that we would provoke the president further.

 

How have you observed the president’s behavior changing as the impeachment probe has ramped up?

When the impeachment inquiry was first announced, most people breathed a sigh of relief. But we were very concerned that psychologically he would worsen. So we put out an urgent letter to Congress, signed by 250 mental health professionals, asking for constraining measures at the same time as proceeding with impeachment. Within three days of our letter, he withdrew troops from northern Syria, allowed the massacre of our allies and handed over dominance to our enemies. This was the kind of thing we were afraid of.

It happened and we see signs of another such incident, if not worse, happening, which are daily observable in terms of psychological signs. But in terms of obvious behavior, his pardoning the war criminals who were already convicted or being charged by the military and enlisting them onto his campaign. His attack of Marie Yovanovitch during her testimony, when she was expressing that she felt intimidated and threatened by the president. He basically demonstrated how he intimidated and threatened people during the testimony itself.

And most recently, when the former FBI lawyer Lisa Page responded to his taunting of her during the rally by giving an interview, the president again put out a tweet, pretty much condemning her and again ridiculing her and attacking her. These are precisely the reasons why we warned since the beginning that the president was dangerous. And now we are learning that the signs are increasing in intensity and frequency, which indicates to us that the dangers are also accelerating. We should respond to these signs in advance of things happening. Prevention is, of course, much less costly than trying to recuperate and patch up after things have happened.

 

What does it tell you as a psychiatrist when you see Republicans like Devin Nunes and Jim Jordan defend what President Trump does, and spin it as a positive and a good thing?

I have also spoken about shared psychosis. Psychosis is a severe condition of mental impairment when you lose touch with reality, and shared psychosis happens when such a person is in a highly compromised state and is exposed to other people who would be otherwise healthy. But because of the close contact, healthy people take on the symptoms of the person who is compromised. Because of the president’s position and his direct access to a large proportion of the population, either via Twitter or his direct rallies, there is a phenomenon of shared psychosis going on at large scale, at national scale.

How do you think that this impeachment battle affects the psychology of the public? 

The impeachment process is proceeding based on rational, legal political considerations, but all of the domains presume psychological health. In other words, the mental capacity to consider facts, to think rationally and logically based on reality. But these capacities are precisely what are being lost with the spread of shared psychosis.

 

You and a lot of psychologists, psychiatrists or therapists who have opined publicly on Trump’s mental health have received a lot of criticism. How do you respond to that criticism? Why should Congress and the public take what you’re saying seriously?

Psychological factors require psychological expertise, especially in the pathological realm, which most people will be unfamiliar with and underestimate, or presume to be within the wide range of human normality.

So it is incumbent on psychological professionals — I would even say an obligation — to speak up when there are signs of abnormalities, especially because mental pathology has one of its symptoms as the inability to see that one has a twisted pathology. It is incumbent on those who are familiar with these signs and are able to observe from the outside to say so.

Also, the American Psychiatric Association allowed for the spread of this misconception that we cannot speak about anything unless we have examined the president. But we’re not speaking about the president’s personal mental health. We’re speaking about the effects of his mental pathology and behavior and pathological behavior on the public. So we are responding to our public health responsibility, not speaking as the president’s personal physician.

You’ve mentioned a proposal to analyze future presidential and vice-presidential candidates. Is that something you’d like to see going forward?

 

I think it’s reasonable, given our recent experience and given the history that those with pathological personality disorders disproportionately attain positions of power and wreak havoc on societies. It is far easier to prevent than to try to intervene after things have happened. And a simple fitness-for-duty test would allow for the screening of many destructive personalities. I would advise that not just for our own country, but for the countries around the world. It would do them a lot of good.

Is there anything you’d like to add for our readers?

Yes, that we are ready to consult with the Judiciary Committee. We believe they have four academic scholars, four scholars of constitutional law speaking [on Wednesday]. I believe that mental health is just as important, if not more urgent. What is of concern right now is criminality and psychopathology. And I would say that the psychopathology is a more urgent one because it deals not only with deeds that have already been done but deeds that can happen, and have too high a probability of happening for us to be safe.

 

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On 12/4/2019 at 6:03 PM, ConservativeWAVE said:

PATHETIC European Leaders KNOW they can't beat Trump... SO, they act like CHILDREN !   WHY should Donald Trump associate with CHILDREN?

 

Bottom Line?  When he lays down the law, THEY will follow... or Trump has MANY ways to RESPOND !!  The European leaders have been SUCKING on the U.S. A. Gravy Train... and Trump is ENDING it !!  So, Like CHILDREN, they CRY, COMPLAIN, and FUSS...

 

BUT, All Trump has to do is stand firm... and THEY don't have much of a choice...

He has to associate with them because they represent NATO and the EU. Trump cannot lead the world alone. Hell, the sumbitch is barely able to dress him self!

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7 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

He has to associate with them because they represent NATO and the EU. Trump cannot lead the world alone. Hell, the sumbitch is barely able to dress him self!

Trump IS leading the world alone. 

He isn't Obama who claimed he was "leading from behind". 

 

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43 minutes ago, ConConfounder said:
What they saw....and couldn't help laughing at.
 

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Cartoon for December 5 - Hawaii Tribune-Herald 

If you don't like the coach of the football team, will you go to the other side of the stadium

and root for the other team?

What is the meaning of the word....patriotism?  Are you loyal to the USA, even if you don't

like the President?          😯   🍸

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10 hours ago, Taipan said:

If you don't like the coach of the football team, will you go to the other side of the stadium

and root for the other team?

What is the meaning of the word....patriotism?  Are you loyal to the USA, even if you don't

like the President?          😯   🍸

 

Trump is Putin's groveling slave.

 

Just like you.

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10 hours ago, Taipan said:

If you don't like the coach of the football team, will you go to the other side of the stadium

and root for the other team?

What is the meaning of the word....patriotism?  Are you loyal to the USA, even if you don't

like the President?          😯   🍸

Trump is not America 

the constitution is America and your side allows and enables trump to try to game it.

that is not patriotic that is unamerican

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19 minutes ago, harryramar said:

Trump is not America 

the constitution is America and your side allows and enables trump to try to game it.

that is not patriotic that is unamerican

 

Good am, Ramar,

I think you are full of shi't.

Good am.

Can I buy you a cup of coffee?            😎      

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39 minutes ago, DemoMan said:

 

Trump is Putin's groveling slave.

 

Just like you.

 

Queers like San Francisco.

What is your opinion?      

 

Why can't you come out of the closet?            🍹(this is my breakfast--Bloody Mary)

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9 minutes ago, Taipan said:

 

Good am, Ramar,

I think you are full of shi't.

Good am.

Can I buy you a cup of coffee?            😎      

Maybe I am but trump doesn’t fool me and never has😝

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Bret Stephens, the rightwinger from NYT, has a column today and says we can not wait for another year, the ConMan has to be removed now.

www.nytimes.com/...

 

“because we’ve been living in a country undergoing its own dismal process of Ukrainianization: of treating fictions as facts; and propaganda as journalism; and political opponents as criminals; and political offices as business ventures; and personal relatives as diplomatic representatives; and legal fixers as shadow cabinet members; and extortion as foreign policy; and toadyism as patriotism; and fellow citizens as “human scum”; and mortal enemies as long-lost friends — and then acting as if all this is perfectly normal. This is more than a high crime. It’s a clear and present danger to our security, institutions, and moral hygiene.”

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19 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Bret Stephens, the rightwinger from NYT, has a column today and says we can not wait for another year, the ConMan has to be removed now.

www.nytimes.com/...

 

“because we’ve been living in a country undergoing its own dismal process of Ukrainianization: of treating fictions as facts; and propaganda as journalism; and political opponents as criminals; and political offices as business ventures; and personal relatives as diplomatic representatives; and legal fixers as shadow cabinet members; and extortion as foreign policy; and toadyism as patriotism; and fellow citizens as “human scum”; and mortal enemies as long-lost friends — and then acting as if all this is perfectly normal. This is more than a high crime. It’s a clear and present danger to our security, institutions, and moral hygiene.”

The republicans are terrified of clowns like ducks and Elton and 123nazi

the minority of Americans 

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"ducks and Elton and 123nazi"

 

 

FECES615, Little Elton and 123Child...the Uneducated Morons the gop targets for easy votes....part of their "southern strategy"

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POOR LYING CRYING ROOM RETARD THE WELFARE PORCH MONKEY

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