Not that it matters too much, but so far this presidency has already been more entertaining than any I can remember.
I like Fred, and Fred likes Trump. Therefore, I should like Trump.
Boy wonder might be on the wrong side of a big wave.
Some amazing lessons with this Trump character.
Imagine you are one of the anti-Trump folks who believe we just elected a racist, sexist, homophobic, anti-semitic, science-denying dictator. Let’s say that’s the movie playing in your mind. That’s some scary stuff.
A Lesson in Cognitive Dissonance blog.dilbert.com/post/153559105081
Scott still calls Trump in a landslide.
Remember, facts don’t matter. Policies don’t matter. They never did. People care about their “tribe.” People care about their income. And people care about their fears. Everything else is less persuasive.
The Persuasion Scorecard Update – One Week Out blog.dilbert.com/post/152644376081
As the masons always like to do…blow it up first and rebuild quickly.
They want to push the monster into Washington D.C., close the door, and let him break everything that needs to be broken. Demolition is usually the first step of building something new.
Source: Scott Adams’ Blog
Assume Half of What You Hear About the Candidates is True
Clinton and Trump are in the so-called basket of deplorables along with 100% of American voters. We’re all flawed. I suggest voters pick the job applicant they think can best do the work of President and leave the role-modeling to mom and dad.