In my years of debating with people, going back to the days of bulletin boards, usenet, etc., I've noticed one constant: that those who feel the need to use weasel words, loaded phrases, ad hominems, etc., are those whose arguments are weak or nonexistent.
I once asked a republican, who told me he was for "small government". I asked him about what kind of policies
would result in "small government"? He named a bunch, and the interesting thing was, each and every idea given
was some variant of poor and/or middle class getting less, and rich people getting more and super rich people even more than that, so, in essence, "small government" in right wing practice, we get government smaller by transferring wealth from the poor and middle class to the rich, who don't need it. Brilliant. But the fun doesn't stop there.
Trump has been deregulating, such as the one where he repealed a law that required mining companies to not
dump their toxic waste in streams. Now they can do it with impunity. He also reversed the requirement of broadband providers to get permission from customers to collect and use their online information., not to mention repeal of a regulation designed to keep guns out of the hands of certain mentally disabled people, and of course, now we cannot sue financial firms when they screw us, we can only settle disputes via "arbitration" (ie., a shill is now the "judge" ) and corporations now love the fact that they can commit labor violations with little or no pain for doing so, since in a sharp break with the past, Trump's labor department has stopped publicizing fines against companies, and on and on and on. All of these things ( and I'm just scratching the surface here of what they are doing ) are supposed to help make America great again. Go figure.
Oh, I could step down to your level, and call you a bunch of names, there are plenty available, but, it's not who I am.