He said he agrees with Reagan's policies on a social level and I questioned him about them. And his behavior became strange. Most people are absolutely willing to tell you what they believe. He brought up personal crap.
Why would he do that unless he was either unaware of Reagan's beliefs or trying to hide the truth?
I didn't even do it disrespectfully. I went through a few of his social policies and teco's response to me was that he doesn't want to play games. The game I'm playing is debate. And I was just asking questions they were questions I knew the answer to, but I asked them politely.
So why is this a need for the character assassination? Why the arrogance?
That's indicative of wanting to hide something. It is a characteristic that I encountered quite often.
It wasn't about Trump it was about your statements regarding Reagan.
Mostly it was about your bizarre behavior when I asked you which policies other than fiscal you shared his opinion on. I asked you politely but I already know the answers to the questions asked. You aren't as Sly as you think you are. I know you disagree with Reagan's social policies. I caught you delivering misinformation. That explains the bizarre behavior.
People unless there is mental quirk don't often react the way you do when asked about their beliefs. You acted as if you had something to hide. Just my observation. Who am I?