Thursday, January 21, 2016

In Case You Missed It: I Don't Think Trump Is the Right GOP Candidate for the Presidency

First off there's the hair....
I've really gone off on poor old Donald Trump lately - not that anybody important has noticed, nor that he cares. The thing is, this man is very very dangerous, but I'm not sure what we can do about it. People like him. At least a certain kind of people like him; those who laugh at jokes about fat people and farting in large part from what I can tell.

People keep telling me that all I have to do is listen to him speak to fall in love with The Donald instead of listening to what his political opponents say about him. The trouble is that I did take their advice and listen to a couple of his speeches.

It made it worse. That said, it also gave me a world of material with which to make fun of. I'm absolutely certain that comedians across our land and most of Europe and Asia are holding prayer meetings praying that God will help Donald Trump get elected. Making fun of Trump is just way too easy. Comedians will make their careers making fun of him and isn't that just what we need in a president?  Here are a few of my own personal pot shots in case you missed them on Facebook lately. See how easy it is?


Mark Milliorn said...

In a year where all the Republicans should have to do to win back the Presidency is run a yellow dog....we can't find someone as good as a yellow dog.

Have you considered the nightmare that on election day the two candidates might be Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump? How am I supposed to pick a candidate if all I have to choose from is TweedleDum and TweedleDumber?

Tom King said...

More than a year after Mr. Trump's election, I am surprised and pleased that he has, for the most part, hewn to a conservative path and for that I am grateful. His administration is in turmoil, but what did we expect from the star of "The Apprentice" when his catch phrase is "You're fired!"

I support the president so far, but follow the old Russian proverb, "Trust but verify!" Reagan taught me that.