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Trump is going to be on both sides of the issues because he has dyslexia and thus a propensity to

try and 'square' things with whichever group he is talking to. Even if he deeply disagrees with what he is hearing. It is how dyslexics stayed alive for many a millenia all the while figuring psychopaths out first because dyslexics cannot do human fictions that regular human ancestors were so good at, and psychopaths are all about fiction. If the dyslexic does not know their own strength they will often be used by the psychopaths. Once the dyslexic knows their own strengths with perception in 3D, they are very perceptive (they look at the 3D world in minute detail and rotate things around the look at them from all sides, so nothing concrete gets by them, then they make a big picture of all the details over time (hours, days weeks, years). It is micro facts, macro meaning for dyslexics....who else could be an early warning system to other humans). Not being able to do human fictions like the banking system or foreign policy or the constitution or religion in any deep way also makes Trump great at pulling down others' human fictions. But, unless you were a dyslexic with power, you had to keep your mouth shut in the past and go along. Fortunately the Democrats have truth on their side. The Clintons are vulnerable with Bill's personal issues. But Hillary's economic platform is fact based. The GOP's is not. Will Trump be in charge of the GOP or will the GOP be in charge of Trump?

He was a Republican for all those years but endosed Clinton in Feb? Sure. I've heard of neocons

reaching out their tentacles to usurp the thinking of those they deem powerful. Befriending them. Targeting them. Why would Kagan be any different?

Trying to initmidate Donald. There sure is a battle for who is going to control the Donald: the GOP

or the Donald. Of course the base has to be diminished for going rogue. Meanwhile the GOP has paid trolls rat*****ing the Democrats. The GOP/neocons truly hates the people. Freedom. And people thinking for themselves. Andrew Sullivan did a piece last week on the dangers of mob rule. The chinese people have been schooled on the dangers of mob rule too. My brother had a chinese student living with him. Smart guy. But tell him the Tamil Canadians were demonstrating on Parliament Hill ten blocks away from my brother's neighbourhood and he was terrified. That is how the Chinese Government keeps true democracy at bay. Seems this is how the GOP/neocons will try and get back in control of the base: another kind of fear. Or they hope fear of mob rule will Trump Trump's relationship to the base and trump people's fears of economic insecurity.

GOP has created the angry base by not being for the economic best interest of the base. The base

chooses Trump who can read a crowd. The GOP give in. Then Trump does. Which of those two will actually be running the Presidency if he gets elected President? We do not know. I hope the base gets that.

Clinton has gone down in honestry and trustworthyness because she is a foil to the saint Bernie. And

I do mean I thought Bernie was a saint. Trump comes off as authentic because he used his episodic memory to make his speeches and tweets. That is your memory of events and you are digging into the original information of things when you use it. Hillary has thought her policies through and is using her sequentional and working memory to relate her positions on issues. She has actually done some thinking. Which is why it seems less authentic. It isn't off the cuff. But with Trump cowtowing to the bigwigs in the GOP he is going to have to try to use something other than his episodic memory to remember their policy bullshit so will be less authentic.

Yes. They are both dyslexic. As was Reagan. They don't know the policy they are promoting. Trump at

least tried to go with his gut and pull down GOP fictions to start with. Now he is turning into a GOP patsy.

Donald Trump cannot learn complex issues with any speed. So how is he going to keep from

being exploited by those around him? Or on the international scene? Hell when McCain ran the GOP pull the wool over his eyes and he has been diminished ever since.

He's dyslexic. Dyslexics look at the world in 3D. They scan all horizons. They look at the intuitive

and the counter intuitive. They look at everything from every perspective. It is like doing a dialectic with yourself to get to the truth: thesis, antithesis, synthesis. Trump has synthesized that the base are racist and have not done well under the GOP. That is where he is when he speaks from the heart. The GOP will try and stuff their fiction down his gullet but I bet he keeps going back to liberal ideas on some issues. Cause that is what the people need. And he reads that crowd. Maybe in the general he will be reading a different bigger crowd. Do not know.

If Trump has done anything it is to school the GOP base on some liberal ideas. They'll get

comfortable thinking about voting their own economic best interest. Trump will lose. And if these idiots open their hearts and let in people of many cultures, as people sometimes do when, all of a sudden, their neighbours names are Fatima and Kareem, with Jose and Ceceillia down the street, and they will be democrats some day soon.

Dyslexics like Trump are naturally good at the creative problem solving simple business transactions

entail. And the big picture business requires to be successful in markets. And the same people reading skills that make him a good politician and salesman. But that is not running the free world. Trump will not be the one doing the creative policy proposals. That will come from the areas of government that have expertese. So what does he bring to the Presidency? His simple sales skills? That certainly the only role the GOP want him to play. And he can't learn the details he has to every day. He's just not a detailed oriented person. He will not be able to learn quickly from mistakes or discern the best course of action very well from a list of options. If he ever does learn the GOP slate of policy proposals that currently bang up against what he senses from the base, he will not know why he is doing what he is doing or he will be a big liar in chief. Either one is what the GOP want. Let's not give it to them.
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