Dementia with red button

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Dementia with red button

The debate between the US presidential candidates took place. The 45th met the 46th to become the 47th.

If one of the spectators saw the substantive part in these debates, then one can envy or sympathize with this person, since there was no substantive part. As they say, “from the word at all.”



What caught your eye? Debates in the United States have turned from a political confrontation with defending one's positions and outlining the basic principles of election programs into a gerontological performance. Perhaps some in American society are amused and impressed by this. But in general, the Americans were shown that in fact, none of the candidates have any effective election programs. During the debates, all they did was try to humiliate each other, declaring physical and psychological weaknesses.

Accordingly, each of the US presidential candidates does not care that anything needs to be changed in the country. And what kind of “change” is there when one spent an hour and a half solving the main problem for himself - standing upright. And the second one keeps saying that “this, this and this did not happen” with him.

With such presidential candidates, can the United States offer something positive to the world, solve economic problems, and create a global security system? Certainly not. Accordingly, the debate also became proof that US presidents, as independent figures, have ceased to decide anything, and the American state itself is losing its hegemony at a rate of geometric progression. A kind of total dementia with a red nuclear button - like a dim-witted old man in a high-rise apartment with matches and a gas stove.

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  1. 0
    30 June 2024 11: 37
    Debates are very necessary in any country.

    A politician must be able to express his thoughts competently, intelligibly and convincingly.

    The “art” of reading from a piece of paper (which some politicians in Russia are fond of), a text prepared in advance (not by them), is not worth the paper on which the text is printed.
    1. +11
      30 June 2024 11: 44
      Well, some people don’t participate in debates on principle, apparently considering it beneath their dignity to explain something to the plebs... And even more so, to admit that even in theory they may have some kind of opponents...
      1. +3
        30 June 2024 11: 53
        Quote: paul3390
        Well, some people don’t participate in debates on principle, apparently considering it beneath their dignity to explain something to the plebs.

        This is a show, a shock of air, which has nothing to do with reality. There is no point in them other than entertainment. In fact, everyone can remember what was promised and what happened in reality and compare.
        1. +4
          30 June 2024 12: 16
          Yes, but at the debate there is at least some chance to ask some extremely unpleasant questions that still concern the electorate... And see how they dodge trying to answer them...
          1. -2
            30 June 2024 13: 37
            Quote: paul3390
            Yes, but at the debate there is at least some chance to ask some extremely unpleasant questions that still concern the electorate...

            set on a straight line
            1. 0
              30 June 2024 13: 58
              Funny. No really - very funny.
              1. -4
                30 June 2024 14: 52
                Well, why do you find it funny?
                please whine on the Internet, saying no one loves me
                I’ll tell you from my own experience, I solved problems in the village through the president’s reception and, what’s most interesting, I solved
                you will sit and whine without solving anything
                1. +1
                  2 July 2024 19: 15
                  I completely agree with you! We also had to solve the problem through the President’s reception in our village. And before that I applied from the very bottom to the governor’s reception! Zero!
                  After contacting the President's reception, the issue was resolved within a week! And this despite the New Year holidays!
      2. +3
        30 June 2024 12: 09
        As for the Biden-Trump debate, it is not a debate. Two grandfathers met and treated each other for an hour and a half... Tent for idiots!
    2. +2
      30 June 2024 11: 50
      Quote: Buskan
      A politician must be able to express his thoughts competently, intelligibly and convincingly.

      A politician never expresses his thoughts. He conveys, with varying degrees of convincingness, what they want to hear from him. Everywhere and always, election obligations are not fulfilled. Well, maybe just some part.
    3. 0
      30 June 2024 13: 55
      What's the point of debate? It doesn’t matter how they vote anyway, what matters is how they count.
    4. +1
      30 June 2024 19: 24
      Quote: Buskan
      "The art" of reading from a piece of paper

      Biden is 81 years old, Trump is 78 years old, Brezhnev died at 75 years old. The entire West, or rather the United States, considered him senile. Who is the wife of the senile?
      Not Brezhnev, but these “crazy people” from the USA.
      Although they can look for someone from 100 years old, they have a “demoocracy”.
  2. +2
    30 June 2024 11: 45
    Hmm... What happened in the USA is somehow acutely reminiscent of the classic domestic one - two morons are strength...
    1. -1
      30 June 2024 12: 51
      Quote: paul3390
      two morons are strength...

      And what a day it is to suck all over the media! Do we need this? fool
      1. -1
        30 June 2024 19: 32
        MARK TWAIN WILL NOT SAY BUG

        He is credited with saying this about the elections:

        “If elections had decided anything, we would not have been allowed to participate in them.”

        Something like this.

        And he is right, because it is impossible to win against a sharper playing with marked cards by playing by his rules. But those in power have been playing these games for a very long time and they have marked the cards, and they deal, and their accomplices are paired with you.

        How's it going with NetTwain?

        "Vote, don't vote, you'll still get it.....!"

        And we get it regularly. And it doesn't teach anything. To elect an honest and intelligent person in the best of worlds today is a fantastic thing. Talking about democratic institutions is also one of the marked cards. The voice of the people is heard when it comes to the issue of the color of toilet paper, and when the question is about who will pay for this paper, then the people still go to the same address. Those who are in surrender have been in this game for a very long time and it will not be possible to win against them with their cards.

        For example, in Holland they held a very democratic referendum on the association of Galicia and the Dutch, as it were, sent Galicia on a walking tour. Remember? Well, a lot of political scientists are still trampling on this clearing? Well? And where is this expression of the will of the people? In the most democratic and tolerant Holland? In the same place as in not so advanced countries, in the .ope. People.
        (I honestly stole it somewhere on the Internet)
  3. +2
    30 June 2024 12: 10
    Election debates are, by and large, advertising oneself in order to please the voter. And what was shown in the USA was a showdown between two elderly market women for a place in the market. request
  4. +1
    30 June 2024 12: 19
    Yes, grandpa hasn’t controlled anything for a long time, and no one will ever give him a button
  5. +2
    30 June 2024 12: 21
    And why did they insert the red button? Who will allow a puppet to decide to start a general Armageddon? You will need a button to drown neither the 47th, nor any subsequent ones they will ask.
  6. HAM
    -3
    30 June 2024 12: 57
    But elections in America can be cancelled.......in Kohlyandia they were “legally” cancelled! The "president" is wandering around the world, "legally" begging for money.....and what's worse than America - leaving grandpa on the throne - and that's all, declaring a state of emergency, declaring a "threat to national security", and finally declaring that there is a "famine" is coming! laughing hi
  7. -3
    30 June 2024 13: 20
    Who will win the US Presidential elections? Yes, it's absolutely purple! wassat Grandfather Dementy, or the elderly Presley. Two enemies of Russia, and two stupid people who think that they can impose something on an angry bear. hi
  8. +3
    30 June 2024 13: 57
    As for the red button, neither in the United States nor in other nuclear powers can the president press it single-handedly. The consent of several more owners of launch codes will be required, who should also want to go to heaven.
  9. +2
    30 June 2024 17: 23
    Quote: paul3390
    Yes, but at the debate there is at least some chance to ask some extremely unpleasant questions that still concern the electorate... And see how they dodge trying to answer them...

    That’s why our irreplaceable guarantor doesn’t go to debates! What if someone asks about a problem that has not been resolved for two decades. Let our plebs joke about the debates in the USA and not ask unnecessary questions. lol hi
  10. 0
    2 July 2024 17: 39
    “A kind of total dementia with a red nuclear button - like a dim-witted old man in a high-rise apartment with matches and a gas stove.”

    But the residents of this apartment (that is, the whole world) do not understand that such a person lives next door to them and there is less and less time to call the orderlies...

    The debate left a truly sad impression.

    And again the question is: are debates even necessary?
    Even those very pale ones...

    Our political leadership arrogantly refuses to debate.
    And not at all for the reason “you need to look at business and blah blah blah,” as the bearer of the “blizzard” sometimes says...

    It’s just that at debates they can ask uncomfortable questions and very publicly point out miscalculations and mistakes.
    But the government doesn’t like this, no government likes this.

    So the reflections caused by the Amer debates lead directly to our political field.
  11. 0
    2 July 2024 17: 40
    Quote: fa2998
    That’s why our irreplaceable guarantor doesn’t go to debates! What if someone asks about a problem that has not been resolved for two decades. Let our plebs joke about the debates in the USA and not ask unnecessary questions.

    That's exactly what it is. +100500 straight...