Originally posted by @no1marauder
You often break off sentences midway when quoting them in order to leave a false and misleading impression. This is dishonest.
The full sentence:
no1: Better to get the comedy of a Trump Presidency out of the way (where the GOP President is the most unpopular by net approval in 70 years), then to gamble with the likelihood of a popular right winge ...[text shortened]... onfidence in your arguments, you wouldn't feel it necessary to resort to such deceitful tactics.
No1Marauder fails to consider that I now am struggling
to use an awkward devuce (which I don't always use)
that makes it very hard to type, let alone copy text.
It took me nearly five minutes for this paragraph.
On many earlier occasions, No1Marauder expressed a
preference for a Donald Trump Presidency that would
fail spectacularly and presumably lead to future Democratic
vuctories over a Hillary Clinton Presidency that would
be mediocre status quo and not weaken the Republican
Party for the future.
In any case, I wrote of No1Marauder's APPARENT position,
so I don't mind if he wishes to clarify (or lie) about it.