How would you rate Donald on the debate?.
Lying, bullying and fear mongering as he menacingly circled, sulked, stalked and seethed, Donald Trump’s character was in full form at the latest debate.
After a weekend of alienating dozens of Republicans as he childishly spouted contempt instead of contrition over the crude, leering sex tape, followed by an evening of not only threatening to throw his opponent in jail, but totally brushed off his loyal running mate.
Now Paul Ryan refuses to defend Trump.
The ability to cooperate with others and work with Congress seems an important part of being the President.
On the face of it, it sure doesn’t look like Trump works well with others.
Working Well With Others?
As any 2nd grader knows, a student is often judged “on how well you work with others.” As an “unshackled” Trump trashes and spouts off angrily at Paul Ryan, John McCain and other GOP leaders who are distancing themselves from Trump who is behaving more like a petulant child than a presidential candidate, there is no question he would get a failing grade on that basic quality.
Since his behavior more often than not most closely resembles a child’s, it makes sense to grade him based on an child’s evaluation report card.
Using a student evaluation checklist straight from a 1950’s book entitled Social Studies For Children in a Democracy, this guidebook for teaching civics seemed appropriate.
Though the evaluation is geared for the student to rate himself as a way to learn about his own behavior, we already know how Donnie would rate himself .
So instead you be the judge- Just how well does Donald Trump work well with others?
Unlike the debates, there is no marking on the curve.
A rating of 1-4 angry pussy’s can be used.