Friday, September 18, 2015

Trump behaving like a President

Hillary Clinton is urging Donald Trump to "should start behaving like a president." No, Trump is not going to apologize for someone else's opinion, just to suit her. Negging is more likely. We need a President with a backbone, and Trump knows it.

Polls show that most people do not know what Pres. Obama's religion is. It gets confusing, when he invites the Pope to the White House like this:
Pope Francis's first visit to the White House next week is shaping up to be a doozy, as President Obama has arranged for several opponents of traditional Catholic teaching to be among those greeting the pontiff. ...

The list of guests at a reception for the pontiff include a pro-choice nun, a transgender woman and an openly gay Episcopal bishop -- plus multiple gay activists who identify as Catholics,
Obama does appear to have some anti-Christian views, and to seek disrespect for the world's most prominent Christian leader.

The news media does keep distorting Trump. The top story in the NY Times today is another attempt to argue that Republicans have a war on women.
She [Carly Fiorina] said she knew how disgusted women everywhere must have felt when Mr. Trump said — and then later denied saying — that she was too ugly to be president. “I think women all over this country heard very clearly what Mr. Trump said,” she responded.
No, Trump never said that Fiorina was too ugly. If women heard it clearly, they would know that.

I am wary any time some woman claims to know what all other women are hearing and feeling. She apparently thinks that all women are too stupid and emotional to understand what Trump said. She is projecting.

Meanwhile, some women are upset about sex robots:
A campaign has been launched to try and ban the development of ultra-realistic sex robots.

Using sophisticated robotics to develop realistic human dolls capable of performing sex acts is "very disturbing indeed," said campaign leader Dr Kathleen Richardson.

Sex dolls are increasingly becoming more and more realistic, with many manufacturers now striving to build artificial intelligence into the products.

But Dr Richardson – a robot ethicist at De Montfort University, in Leicester – is hoping to raise awareness of the issue and persuade those working on the advanced sex 'bots to rethink their technology.
See also here. The articles give the impression that this is a technology exclusively for men. In fact the sex robot market is primarily directed at women, such as this product.

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