Yet you are extremely vague about that. It would be interesting to know what you think about this kind of person and this kind of behaviour, and if that sits well with what you believe in.Are we arguing over whether or not Trump is an ethical human being? I think we all know the answer to that...
No, as it was not the questions you are trying to shift the conversation onto.That's not the question though.
"Sociopath" is no longer a term we use as clinicians, the disorder was redefined years ago and is now called Antisocial Personality Disorder. Personality disorders tend to be stable (meaning unchanging) lifetime patterns that are resistant to treatment; this is why most insurance companies will not pay for treatment if the primary diagnosis is a personality disorder (what we used to call an Axis II diagnosis). There is significant overlap between Antisocial Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder.AS little as it can help, without knowing the person well enough and without the necessary training, yes, why not. It would be very interesting.
Uhh Mueller clarified that his not finding Trump guilty of collusion was NOT because of the OLC rule but because the investigation could not reach a conclusion.Wrong and wrong. Mueller just said that the campaign sought Russian involvement, and Trump even admitted knowing about the trump tower meeting before it happened. If I remember correctly, the reason for not charging them was they were ignorant of the law, which is lame.
Mueller just testified he could not charge, or even recommend charges because of the OLC ruling. The report has plenty of attempts to obstruct(which is all that is needed) and he can be charged after he leaves office. That is just what we know from what has been revealed.
One more thing. Because Trump is president, the AG can not charge him either for the same reason. It is now up to Congress, and this is all part of the process.
I don't think he's an ethical human being. Hell, he's cheated on his wives multiple times. I've also said many times that he is a loudmouth who should never tweet anything, ever. Furthermore, see below.Please state the answer for the record.
Great question! As I mentioned above, Trump's personal ethics are questionable at best - I don't think he's a particularly good person. That said, I find the political left to be deeply troubling - open borders are unethical, socialism is unethical and fundamentally unfair, gun control is unethical, and so on. Traditionally I haven't found all of the right's positions ethical either, with the best example being marriage equality. However, despite Trump being unethical on a personal level, his politics largely align with mine (not 100% but close) - he's left gay marriage and abortions well alone, he supports capitalism, he wants border control, etc - all things I agree with. I don't much care about his personal life and questionable ethics there because there's little, if any, impact on his policy-making.My question is what -you- think of the kind of people as Trump has shown to be. I am more interested in what values guide you and what you consider acceptable, dangerous, good or not good for you and for the USA. And what of the two is your highest priority.
I cannot avoit to openly disagree with this statement.I don't much care about his [...] questionable ethics there because there's little, if any, impact on his policy-making.
So why should I, or anyone care about what some YouTuber says or thinks about Muller's testimony? He has no experience in politics, no education after high school (or possibly no high school diploma), and exists only to be inflammatory enough to get views on YouTube. He hasn't worked for any media service since 2016 and hasn't managed to stay at any job more than 2 years. His work experience is pretty much copy-pasted from one job to the next - so he wasn't moving from one to the other for promotions or new opportunities. The longest he's done anything is run his YouTube channel and try to brand himself.this is empty on purpose, I have no institutional education
If you are talking to me, I have only one question, did you watch the actual video or did you read the title and form a completely uninformed opinion?Your denial is just.. sad now. Just sad.
I googled Tim Pool, looks like the guy is entirely self-appointed. Every source I can find is pretty much copy-paste from the one before. As far as I can tell, he has no credentials that I can find anywhere.
Legitimate question, have you actually watched the video in it's entirety? (Or hell even the first half) Or did you straight up decide that the source is no good regardless of the content?In short - zero credibility.
This kind of attitude is a big pet peeve of mine, I have a degree in business administration, yet I have been working in IT for the past 14 years, with more than a few people with no formal college degree at all.No education after high school (or possibly no high school diploma),
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Being a home mechanic is a technical skill, politics isn't. You can buy an old car and teach yourself how to repair it, you can't buy a politician and learn politi-- nevermind.(this is separate from my main point so I'll make it a different post)
This kind of attitude is a big pet peeve of mine, I have a degree in business administration, yet I have been working in IT for the past 14 years, with more than a few people with no formal college degree at all.
Also despite 0 formal education in being a mechanic the only things I haven't (and wouldn't be comfortable with) done on cars is tranny rebuilds, major wiring and body work (well I've prepped cars before but never actually did painting/bondo).
Formal education is irrelevant, these days you can learn anything and everything without ever stepping a foot into a traditional classroom (including legitimate courses from MIT) and not have any piece of paper to show for it.
I do, kill them, lets forget about them and move on.I do not believe that killing people, no matter how bad they are, ever is good news.