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Old May 19th, 2017, 08:01 AM   #61
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Don't you think the man's total lack of any sense of reality, even without his constant lying and narcissistic posturing, would make him utterly unfit for any public office anywhere in the world? Most people do.
Based on whose assessment yours, most of what people liberals, europeans, he thinks we have a illegal trespasser problem, he is right, he thinks we have trade issues, he is right, he thinks our military should be taken care of, he is right. He thinks we need to put more Americans to work, he is right. Barrack Obama is one of the most narcissistic, arrogant people, I have ever seen, just ahead of Hillary so spare me.
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I've thought for some time that Trump was not entirely stable. What you say (my bold above) is UNTRUE !! I've known a few people with mental illnesses that continue to maintain their social and work functions. Some days are better than others, but they continue to function.

Trump is classic text book narcissist. He has ZERO tolerance for criticism and HAS to BE RIGHT all the time.

Paranoia often accompanies extreme narcissism. More than a few of Trumps comments indicate that he is more than a little paranoid.

He may not be a severe case, but I don't believe he's quite all there. He's not stable.
He has what is better know as the "Look At Me Syndrome" Most commonly found in used car salesmen and timeshare sales people. They want to be admired by their fellow sales people, they love to tell their story's and be looked up to by their piers. Some of the symptoms are talking loud , waving of arms and name labeling their fellow workers or people around them.

There is no known cure for this disease but the symptoms usually fade with age or extended prison stay's .

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Old May 20th, 2017, 03:32 AM   #63
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Based on whose assessment yours, most of what people liberals, europeans, he thinks we have a illegal trespasser problem, he is right, he thinks we have trade issues, he is right, he thinks our military should be taken care of, he is right. He thinks we need to put more Americans to work, he is right. Barrack Obama is one of the most narcissistic, arrogant people, I have ever seen, just ahead of Hillary so spare me.
Well, I don't know many liberals, but everyone I do know supposes this ridiculous bigmouth to be an utter disaster. Can you not begin to see that, whatever the popular rhetoric (silly enough, but you love it), the man is incapable of government, a posturing, narcissistic clown, who is making your country a total laughingstock? I suppose you miss out on having a ludicrous king with a shambling, fatuous lot of courtiers. In Europe we've had that bit, so we avoid absolute monarchy. You should ask people from the real world about that sort of thing, and then grow up.
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Based on whose assessment yours, most of what people liberals, europeans, he thinks we have a illegal trespasser problem, he is right, he thinks we have trade issues, he is right, he thinks our military should be taken care of, he is right. He thinks we need to put more Americans to work, he is right. Barrack Obama is one of the most narcissistic, arrogant people, I have ever seen, just ahead of Hillary so spare me.

We aren't talking about his political views, Sens. We are talking about personality defects--defects that lead to immature, erratic, unpredictability and appalling social skills. Most Americans agree that we need to solve our immigration problem and our trade issues. We support our military and jobs. THOSE aren't the issues.
I don't know what your definition of "arrogance" is, but Barack Obama NEVER EVER bragged about his antics--his women--his achievements--his IQ--his fraudulent deals--his tax evasion--sex with his daughter(s)......on and on.
We have entered a new era. Trump's a braggart beyond his predecessors in the Oval Office, and that says something sad and scary about the country that elected him and the kind of leader we know him to be. With Trump we enter a new age of arrogance. He’s the cock crowing at its dawn.

Yeah Yeah....every president has an ego--a conceit. You have to think pretty highly of yourself to believe you can achieve such greatness. So I get that. But we have never had a cartoon figure--a gloating, lying, pompous, big-headed nightmare like this--never.
Barack Obama is ten times the man Donald Trump is, and I suspect he always will be.
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as was shown from his first day in office
I think he will cause unrest and maybe even revold later on
that will spread to the world markets and travel so far
its travel then tax cuts he plans to do after that he plans
to work on social security.. I got a feeling tax cuts
will have something to do with social security. I got a bad
feeling about this.
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DSM-5 criteria for narcissistic personality disorder:

• Having an exaggerated sense of self-importance

•Expecting to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it

•Exaggerating your achievements and talents

•Being preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate

•Believing that you are superior and can only be understood by or associate with equally special people

•Requiring constant admiration

•Having a sense of entitlement

•Expecting special favors and unquestioning compliance with your expectations

•Taking advantage of others to get what you want

•Having an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others

•Being envious of others and believing others envy you

•Behaving in an arrogant or haughty manner

Donald Trump
HD says he is a psychiatrist and I have no reason to doubt him.
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You catching a fish? Or the date..?
Yes that is the date my mental illness started manifesting itself on DTT...
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Well, I don't know many liberals, but everyone I do know supposes this ridiculous bigmouth to be an utter disaster. Can you not begin to see that, whatever the popular rhetoric (silly enough, but you love it), the man is incapable of government, a posturing, narcissistic clown, who is making your country a total laughingstock? I suppose you miss out on having a ludicrous king with a shambling, fatuous lot of courtiers. In Europe we've had that bit, so we avoid absolute monarchy. You should ask people from the real world about that sort of thing, and then grow up.
Rhodesia is in Africa and called Zimbabwe these days and not in Europe which is a sub-continent divided from Asia by the Ural Mountain chain.

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Well, I don't know many liberals, but everyone I do know supposes this ridiculous bigmouth to be an utter disaster. Can you not begin to see that, whatever the popular rhetoric (silly enough, but you love it), the man is incapable of government, a posturing, narcissistic clown, who is making your country a total laughingstock? I suppose you miss out on having a ludicrous king with a shambling, fatuous lot of courtiers. In Europe we've had that bit, so we avoid absolute monarchy. You should ask people from the real world about that sort of thing, and then grow up.
Rhodesia is in Africa and called Zimbabwe these days and not in Europe which is a sub-continent.

iolo, I respect you and please tell me what mountain you have climbed and I will tell you the tallest mountain I have climbed.

edit: I am going to tell you anyway, Popocatepl (Aztec Warrior), elevation 17,802' and an active cinder cone volcano.

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trump is not mentally ill.

its very hard to objectively define mental illness. it is however possible to say when someone is mentally well. the language typically used today is that someone is well if they have the capacity to maintain meaningful social and occupational function. that is, they are able to hold relationships together, form and keep friends, and able to do stuff, maybe work, study, parent, housework, do something. a century ago freud expressed the same idea in that a person is well if they are able to love and to work. every form of mental illness leads its sufferers to lose their social and occupational function.

trump is therefore not mentally ill. he is clearly able to maintain social contacts and clearly able to maintain occupational function.

psychiatrists should know this. those who dont are not making a case based on their professional background, they are making a case based on their emotional need. this is just another bunch of sore losers who are pissed that trump won and are trying to justify being bitter and vindictive. that they are psychiatrist does not make it more believable, it just makes it embarrassing.
That is bullshit, many people are able to function with mental illness on a high level...There are people who understand they are mentally ill and hide it very well...I smoke and am aware of the fact tnat its killing me but I dont stop because Im mentally weak...Trump lies and believes his own lies beacuse he is to mentally weak to understand the information in front of him...Okay I guess that just makes him a dumbshit....
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