No Argument Needed

| September 19, 2020

With this election coming up, it’s quite likely that people will be swarming everywhere asking who voted for what, and trying to have fits they can sit in if it isn’t their choice. Since we’d all like to avoid such confrontations, I found this online video to be useful in successfully avoiding those kinds of things.

There are various ways to stop an argument before it starts, with no rancor required or brought up. It isn’t all that hard as long as you don’t let the opposing person take control of what you say. Some of it involves making the other person look just plain silly, and then abruptly ending it to put your nose back in that book you were reading.

Here’s a good video on how to deflate someone who is pestering you about Trump, and tries to tell you just how awful he is.

Pay attention to what Trump says, how he deflates and deflects the questioner (Jon Karl/ABC) and ends the episode abruptly without any rancor coming into it. If you take the time to absorb how Trump handles it, then you don’t get into fights with anyone about anything at all.

And who ends the back & forth? You do. You simply move on to someone else or some other subject. (“Nice talkin’ to you, gotta go.” or “Okay, well, that settles it for you. Bye.” or “Have you seen the long range weather forecast?”)

When a White House meeting turned towards the government shutdown, Donald Trump faced off with ABC’s Jon Karl. Trump literally asked the exact same question of him 8 times in a row in 26 seconds. – Charisma Matrix

Category: 2020 Election

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  1. Skippy says:

    Nice 👍

  2. Anonymous says:

    Heck yeah!

  3. 5th/77th FA says:

    OK Let’s see if I got this straight. Replying to these idiots to the effect “_____you ignorant Slut”, then whaling away with a 2X4 is not the acceptable way of dealing with them anymore? Well…just….DAMN! Takes all the fun out of it. (Goes back to watching Rawhide and having a bowl of caramel ice cream over p’nut butter cookies.)

    Common sense is an uncommon commodity to these damn fools.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Well, really, 5th/77th, it’s deflecting what they say back at them and putting the responsibility of a decision on THEM, so that you can smoothly and easily say “Thanks for the convo” and walk away leaving them looking dumber than a box of bent screws.

  4. USAFRetired says:

    Well when the “pollsters” call my house if I don’t just hang up on them, I see how much of their time I can take up. Have them repeat choices, and then tell them a lie. Not only due I cut down the amount of time they have to bother other citizens, I skew both their demographic data and the answers so that the margin of error is even greater.

    If you are going to impose yourself on me I’m going to make them pay for it.

    If I should be too busy to deal with them, I ask them if they realized the number they had called was on the National Do Not Call registry? When they respond that political and charitable organizations are not bound by that. I tell them to kiss my rosy red ass and hang up.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      “Poll? Sure. Hang on a sec.”

      (Msc background noise)

      “Before we get started, do you know a carpet cleaning service that is fast and can do repairs? Discreetly?”


      “One that can handle blood, a lot of it.”


      “And fix some cuts in the rug, about four inches long and chopped right through to…”

      (Dial tone)