Pontifications along a road less travelled. How much self-destructive hatred do we need?

When it comes to social media it seems “Intimacy breeds contempt,” as the old saying goes.

Jim Webster

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Oh the joy of facebook. Before social media we could cling pathetically to the belief that people were by and large, reasonable, sensible, and decent. Admittedly we clung to it like a drowning man clings to a spar after a shipwreck, but still it was not an entirely impossible belief.

Then I saw somebody, an American, had posted this on their wall. It’s from one of the US political sites.

If Robert Mueller finds overwhelming and indisputable evidence that Trump conspired with Putin to rig the 2016 election, Trump’s presidency is not authorised under the United States constitution.

The only response to an unconstitutional presidency is to annul it. This would repell all of the unconstitutional president’s appointments and executive actions, and would eliminate the official record of the presidency.

And below it everybody had piled in. They were all hollering and cheering and throwing their hats in the air.

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