I'd say you nated, but that's because the guy who lived in our house was named "Nate" and he messed EVERYTHING up! We had to open a hole in our ceiling and a role of wire and a pair of pliers fell out. We also have two sprinklers that have one purpose: To flood the basement. I could go on for days.
Look, I know he isn't the brightest guy around. But people, that doesn't mean you gotta make fun of everything he does. It makes me sick to hear others insult others like they themselves haven't made mistakes.
It must really hurt to hear everyone around the world call you an idiot. ._.; Pointing out mistakes and issues is one thing, but making fun of his IQ and name is another.
I'm only 13, and I don't know very much about politics. But I do know how to respect people.
If the man wants to be a precident but can't handle insults, even an unjustified ones, he shouldn't never have even concidered becoming one. Politicians are (or at least should be) used to being ripped apart by crowds and making decisions that will further enhance that. There will always be people who don't agree with their decisions, and will do everything to ridicule those decision makers.
I see what you're saying, and I know that it is true. Still, I think people should disagree in a more civilized manner; insulting doesn't really do much for the problem, does it? But that's only my opinion, of course. I have no power over other people's feelings and thoughts.
Yeah... I think the term 'asshat' works rather well. "Oh there's a hurricane? I think I'll go check out the old people halfway across the US and then go accept this guitar... Wait... Nope, hurricane's still there... Gah. best go TALK about it then."