Clarification of Trump Derangement Syndrome

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Old 10-24-2017, 06:39 AM
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Trump derangement syndrome is nothing more than a take off on Bush derangement syndrome.

Per Wikipedia: American pundit and psychiatrist Charles Krauthammer, noting the reaction of liberals to George W. Bush and his policies,
in a 2003 column coined the term Bush Derangement Syndrome to describe "the acute onset of paranoia in otherwise normal people in reaction
to the policies, the presidency—nay—the very existence of George W. Bush
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Now who are you? Ski-Ron?

Use of the term "Is nothing more" shows a belittling attitude to a thoughtful poster.

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Old 10-24-2017, 07:25 AM
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“Hopefully what presidents do is try to bring everyone together...and not debase our country. And that has not happened,” @SenBobCorker says"
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Old 10-24-2017, 08:19 AM
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Now who are you? Ski-Ron?

Use of the term "Is nothing more" shows a belittling attitude to a thoughtful poster.
After re-reading the OP post, I agree and I apologize. I meant no disrespect. I should have just mentioned who coined the phrase
to begin with and that it originally applied to a previous president. Although, this time around, it seems to be much more severe as exemplified by post #9.
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Old 10-24-2017, 08:36 AM
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After re-reading the OP post, I agree and I apologize. I meant no disrespect. I should have just mentioned who coined the phrase
to begin with and that it originally applied to a previous president. Although, this time around, it seems to be much more severe as exemplified by post #9.
I do not believe you did anything wrong at all.

More belittling than anything is the very use of that phrase. It denotes a superiority attitude and is meant to demean anyone who disagrees with him or her.

You offered up the history to show its inception and that is great.

"Is nothing more" was very clear and I might add....accurate. As I said the use of the term over and over to avoid discussion is what is a "belittling attitude"
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“Hopefully what presidents do is try to bring everyone together...and not debase our country. And that has not happened,” @SenBobCorker says"
Are you a Bob Corker fan?

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Are you a Bob Corker fan?

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