Teach your kids to behave online. The precocious ones will announce they’ll do so after the president does. A poor example enables the next generation of brats if you dreamed of relief at the tiresome trend of online crankiness concluding any time soon. It’s hard to calculate what Donald Trump’s unsavory conduct teaches children, not to mention adults. Everyone will be paying for awhile, which is a trait that bonds generations.
The executive can set a standard, which means we’re in trouble. This whole social media fad seems to be sticking around. Our id-focused world has a suitable president, which should make everyone very proud of the present. A leader whose idea of diplomacy is mouthing off after seeing what Fox & Friends producers consider to be news is just what we deserve.
Modern man deserves presidents blurting out whatever comes to mind as quickly as can be clicked. Fittingly, the first two examples of the oversharing age are unhealthy. Barack Obama was historic, although he still fails to grasp that going first and doing a good job are not necessarily companions. His appalling superficiality reinforced his cultish delusions. The snotty lectures belied the hideous results.
A president who convinced young people online that their delusions were justified led to the incumbent, which means Obama really did affect the future. A slicker method of conniving turns out to be effective. Did you know that can be bad?
That’s when a notorious loafer even bothered to care what was connected to his name. A communal-minded executive notoriously handed his password to inappropriately arrogant Organizing for Action stooges. As a result, the creepiness was impersonal. Twitter is irksome enough, but the last guy left one lousy precedent. At least he was consistent. Or, maybe not. Going in an unexpected direction would’ve been welcome. But he just couldn’t go the Joker route if it meant being wise.
Crummy explanations for facile decisions are simply one more way in which two presidents portrayed as opposites are linked. Trump and Obama just boast differently. In a cliched Hollywood blockbuster, they’d learn of their common ground and work together. In reality, the pompous twits combine to ensure Americans are continued to be punished for not buying lousy insurance.
Real Donald Trump is an accurate name, as it’s entirely his account. That’s the problem. Petty men can indulge their basest desires with a wifi connection. In this case, that means something unspeakably perverse. Forget hoping to read a worthwhile tweet. A person who thinks impulsiveness is a virtue is not going to convince Americans that debt for pittances will crush everyone’s retirement plans. Instead, he will scold members of his own party for not doing what he wants. He already forgot what, but I’m sure it was reasoned originalism.
You’d think someone who spent all day on Twitter would be better at it. Trump should be used to typing on a phone by now, which means spelling errors can’t be excused because he was born in the ’40s. A modern president should learn the format of insults before yelling at everyone who dared criticize him. Earth’s most prominent decision-maker didn’t realize the job featured criticism. As he knows, it democratically only takes a click.
You failing loser! Our president is simply not a clever man, reflected by a world where context-free sliming has taken the place of witty ripostes. Everyone gets to publish without financial investment. But that means personal responsibility. Modern authors should at least practice and observe to get sharper. Do your job, and setting an example follows naturally. I mean a good one.
Twitter is everything right and wrong with our world. This system of information passing through the ether is nothing more than an easy method for humans to interact. Some are decent while a high percentage are jerks, morons, or moronic jerks. So, it’s like every other life area. The option to publish a few sentences at once makes everything a bit easier. Unfortunately, that includes blurting before contemplating.
You can get away with anything online, which isn’t as fun as it sounds. Blame those abusing the online honor system. Anonymous loudmouths don’t have to worry about getting bopped on the nose for mouthing off, minus an invitation to duke it out where at least one party won’t show. Without consequences, the temptation to seek attention by shrieking the loudest is now humanity’s defining characteristic. At least we don’t have to wait a week for the next television episode.
Wasting all day bitching about the news is what everyone else does. A president is now acting like us. Feel better? Prototypical tweeter Trump reflects society, which means we’re in trouble. His nerve-wracking term merely confirms it. To be fair, he’s not helping make life more pleasant, either in the tactile or virtual worlds. I’d ask why he capitalizes random words if I thought the answer would be interesting.