Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS), 1980 Again!

"Freakoutrage" doesn't seem like a moniker that will stick. For now I'll go with TDS, a derivative of "Bush Derangement Syndrome" (BDS) that I already detected in the anti-Trump sentiment last March.

The linked column is pure conservative post election porn ... one sided, easy, mildly entertaining.

For example:
It’s important to understand why liberals are so angry and so scared. They are angry because they believe they have a moral right to command us, apparently bestowed by Gaia or #Science or having gone to Yale, and we are irredeemably deplorable for not submitting to their benevolent dictatorship. 
They are scared because they fear we will wage the same kind of campaign of petty (and not so petty) oppression, intimidation, and bullying that they intended to wage upon us. 
And their fear tastes like sunshine puked up by a unicorn.
The biggest problem with the way the left tends to handle a political loss is the MASSIVE over reaction which sets the bar for the new president so low that if he doesn't immediately send a couple 100K brown children to the gas chamber, he looks like a reasonable guy!
Non-political people are watching, and when no one goosesteps over to their houses to throw them into Jesus camp with all the other people whose ancestors didn’t hail from Dusseldorf, they’re going to figure out that your endless freakoutrages are all lies. When everybody’s terrible, nobody is. Especially when the people you say are terrible really aren’t.
To anyone not hyperventilating so bad they can't open their eyes, this is a learning opportunity not experienced since the election of Reagan in '80!
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