- Dec 23, 2009
- Reaction score
- Middle class, suburban ghetto.
I didn’t justify anything. I’m just pointing out your duplicity. Everything seems to go only one way with you.He told the audience what he told her.That’s a lie. He didn’t say it to her. He said it to an audience.Trump’s comments to a grieving widow that her husband is in Hell are far worse than any nonsense you’re trying to compare it to from McCain.And this applies to Dingell as well.That has been my opinion from the start.That’s just your opinion.Right. So, like I said, not as despicable as telling a grieving widow that her dead husband is in Hell. Not anywhere close to that.What were those despicable comments?Her husbands comments were despicable. So we’re McCain’s.Were the preceding comments worse than Trump telling a grieving widow that her dead husband is in Hell?DeMSM likes to skip the rotten comments that precede and elicit Trump’s comments“Maybe he’s looking up” was one of the most despicable comments I’ve ever heard.
I don’t think that can be blamed on the left being brainwashed. I think that’s just him being a jackass. Hence the surprise.
But I’ll give him credit where credit is due. He did this one well.
I’m guessing not. Trump is a despicable human being.
Which is why I’m surprised that he was able to be classy in this instance. Maybe he finally grew up.
Trump is not a politician. Neither are you.
Do the math.
Were they worse than the comments made by Trump? Is it even possible for them to have said anything more despicable than what Trump said?A funeral and a public memorial will be held next week to honor former Rep. John Dingell, the longest-serving member of Congress in U.S. history.www.foxnews.com
If you insult volatile people you should expect a response.
“Maybe he’s looking up” was one of the most despicable comments I’ve ever heard, like I said from the beginning. Hence why I’m surprised he was able to present himself with class this time around.
So yes, it’s my opinion. I’m not sure what your point is. My opinion remains that those comments of his are the most vile and despicable thing I’ve ever heard from a person in his position.
I don’t condone either’s comment but you can’t justify one without considering the other. Goes for McCain, too. His comments were worse because he insulted all trump supporters.
It’s just you trying to spin your “everyone says mean things” to justify Trump’s actions. Sorry, I’m not buying it.
You can call your political opponent an asshole. You can accuse your political opponent of being a hypocrite. But don’t tell a grieving widow that her recently dead husband is in Hell. That’s just plain fucked up.
That’s my opinion. Hence why I think so little of him, and you for trying to justify it.
And it doesn’t make a difference anyway. Whether he told her directly that her dead husband is in Hell or whether he told an audience that her dead husband is in Hell (which received cheers and applause by the way), it’s an incredibly fucked up thing to say.
You think it makes it better to say it to an audience and have people cheer her dead husband being in Hell?
You’re trying real hard to justify this and there is no way to justify it. It was a terrible, despicable comment.