Trump in 'excellent health,' White House doctor says.

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17 Jan 2018, 1:15 am

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^ So he's a very stable genius after all. :mrgreen:

Genius? But he tested NT :P

Well, nobody's perfect. :D


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17 Jan 2018, 1:44 am

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The House will probably go Democrat next year


can you please tell me how you know this?



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17 Jan 2018, 2:01 am

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Beyond that, there is various tax credits for the employer when hiring people with “disabilities”. Plus the race thing helps... Large employers have to show diversity. I know they are taking advantage of it when I filled out various forms documenting it.

Its great your employer takes diversity into consideration



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17 Jan 2018, 2:01 am

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A thought just came to me. :idea:
Two terms of Trump followed by two terms of Pence.
It CAN happen; republicans occupying the whitehouse until January of 2033 .
Rocks don't live that long.
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I don't know about Pence, but I would definitely vote for Don Jr. Make Presidency a family tradition just like the Bush's! Then it's on to Eric Trump and we can't forget Barron Trump..... How many years is that? :mrgreen:

Oh god :(



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17 Jan 2018, 2:05 am

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^ So he's a very stable genius after all. :mrgreen:

Oh please!
He was given a “rapid-screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction” that asks patients to repeat a list of spoken words, identify pictures of animals like a lion or a camel, draw a cube or draw a clock face set to a particular time.

Sounds like something given in kindergarten



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17 Jan 2018, 2:06 am

how far we have fallen in such a short amount of time.



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17 Jan 2018, 2:15 am

we live in absurd times



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17 Jan 2018, 2:22 am

and in times where telling the truth is a revolutionary act - in times where our leaders incite us to believe in absurdities and commit atrocities. some pertinent quotes for our times-

"A time is coming when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him, saying, 'You are mad; you are not like us.'" Saying 25, Sayings of the Desert Fathers. Abba Anthony.
“The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those that speak it.” George Orwell
"The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity." [William Butler Yeats]
''There is always an easy solution to every human problem -neat, plausible, and wrong." [H.L. Mencken]
"Growth for growth's sake is the ideology of the cancer cell." [Edward Abbey]"We can either have democracy in this country or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few. But we can't have both." - Justice Louis Brandeis



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17 Jan 2018, 2:24 am

cyberdad wrote:
Darmok wrote:
^ So he's a very stable genius after all. :mrgreen:

Oh please!
He was given a “rapid-screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction” that asks patients to repeat a list of spoken words, identify pictures of animals like a lion or a camel, draw a cube or draw a clock face set to a particular time.

Sounds like something given in kindergarten



Nonetheless as bitter a pill as it may be to swallow, the offcial diagnosis is physically and mentally sound.



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17 Jan 2018, 2:31 am

LOL — the latest conspiracy theory from NBC reporters is that Trump is lying about his weight, or maybe the rear admiral who is the presidential physician is lying about his weight. These conspiracy theorists are now officially called: #girthers :mrgreen: :lol:

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17 Jan 2018, 6:20 am

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LOL — the latest conspiracy theory from NBC reporters is that Trump is lying about his weight, or maybe the rear admiral who is the presidential physician is lying about his weight. These conspiracy theorists are now officially called: #girthers :mrgreen: :lol:

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girthers! :lol:


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17 Jan 2018, 6:30 am

cyberdad wrote:
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^ So he's a very stable genius after all. :mrgreen:

Oh please!
He was given a “rapid-screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction” that asks patients to repeat a list of spoken words, identify pictures of animals like a lion or a camel, draw a cube or draw a clock face set to a particular time.

Sounds like something given in kindergarten


No, it's a classic test to rule out the onset of dementia, quite a reasonable thing to do for a 71 year old. My 71 year old father-in-law failed the clock face test and the others. He was in big trouble.


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17 Jan 2018, 10:01 am

Trueno wrote:
cyberdad wrote:
Darmok wrote:
^ So he's a very stable genius after all. :mrgreen:

Oh please!
He was given a “rapid-screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction” that asks patients to repeat a list of spoken words, identify pictures of animals like a lion or a camel, draw a cube or draw a clock face set to a particular time.

Sounds like something given in kindergarten


No, it's a classic test to rule out the onset of dementia, quite a reasonable thing to do for a 71 year old. My 71 year old father-in-law failed the clock face test and the others. He was in big trouble.

As I posted earlier it is not an exam to determine if a person is mentally ill or if a person has the skill set to be president. It should rule out the dementia theory but won't.


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17 Jan 2018, 10:03 am

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Darmok wrote:
LOL — the latest conspiracy theory from NBC reporters is that Trump is lying about his weight, or maybe the rear admiral who is the presidential physician is lying about his weight. These conspiracy theorists are now officially called: #girthers :mrgreen: :lol:

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girthers! :lol:

Looks like he weighs more to me.My son is six foot and 220 and he's not thick like Tubby Trump.


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17 Jan 2018, 10:11 am

ASPartOfMe wrote:
Trueno wrote:
cyberdad wrote:
Darmok wrote:
^ So he's a very stable genius after all. :mrgreen:

Oh please!
He was given a “rapid-screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction” that asks patients to repeat a list of spoken words, identify pictures of animals like a lion or a camel, draw a cube or draw a clock face set to a particular time.

Sounds like something given in kindergarten


No, it's a classic test to rule out the onset of dementia, quite a reasonable thing to do for a 71 year old. My 71 year old father-in-law failed the clock face test and the others. He was in big trouble.

As I posted earlier it is not an exam to determine if a person is mentally ill or if a person has the skill set to be president. It should rule out the dementia theory but won't.


Do you mean...
The test is ineffective... or
It won't stop the conspiracy theorists theorising.

Sorry, that's meant to be a genuine question, not a wind up.


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17 Jan 2018, 12:50 pm

Trueno wrote:
ASPartOfMe wrote:
Trueno wrote:
cyberdad wrote:
Darmok wrote:
^ So he's a very stable genius after all. :mrgreen:

Oh please!
He was given a “rapid-screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction” that asks patients to repeat a list of spoken words, identify pictures of animals like a lion or a camel, draw a cube or draw a clock face set to a particular time.

Sounds like something given in kindergarten


No, it's a classic test to rule out the onset of dementia, quite a reasonable thing to do for a 71 year old. My 71 year old father-in-law failed the clock face test and the others. He was in big trouble.

As I posted earlier it is not an exam to determine if a person is mentally ill or if a person has the skill set to be president. It should rule out the dementia theory but won't.


Do you mean...
The test is ineffective... or
It won't stop the conspiracy theorists theorising.

Sorry, that's meant to be a genuine question, not a wind up.


It will be widely believed the doctor and his statements are part of a cover up.


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