|Source: The Onion|
I've actually sort of gone out of my way to not comment on Donald Trump for president for several reasons. One, just about everything I would've said about him most of it, actually all of it negative has already been said. Even by Fox News to the point that The Donald has added Megyn Kelly to his women's enemy list. The fact that the Republican Party would have a joke like The Donald whose only able to run for president, because he's a billionaire, just shows you how big of a joke the Republican Party is right now. I mean, their frontrunner's last name is Bush. I'm sure Jeb is a good guy and all and probably would've been successful in life if his name was Kowalski and he grew up in Pittsburgh the son of a truck driver. But he's the frontrunner, because he's a Republican and his last name is Bush.
Don Trump, is not an idiot and he's not crazy. A big asshole, no argument here. An egomaniac, I'm still looking for a bigger egomaniac. Actually I stopped looking when I first saw The Donald. He's a guy who simply wants attention and for whatever he's involved in to simply be about him. He's a one man entertainment and comedy show who has no idea what he would do as president and has nothing to run on as far as what he's in favor of and what he would do. I mean the guy is a Republican, who's supposedly anti-immigration, even though he's probably hired thousands of illegal immigrants. And those people not being from Ireland, or Britain, but Mexico and other Latin American countries.
How do you take someone like that seriously for president. He wants to be President of the United States and talks about our eighteen-trillion-dollar national debt and two of his companies have gone bankrupt. So ironically that sort of makes him an expert on our bankruptcy laws. What is The Donald's message on fiscal policy? Don't run the United States the way he ran his companies. Because it will fail and instead of filling for bankruptcy and being bailed out by taxpayers, we'll try to get bailed out by China, or Saudi Arabia?
I did see the Republican debate on FNC on Thursday. And actually I think the FNC panel did a very good job questioning the candidates. I was expecting to see batting practice at a home run derby from the questioners. And see them loft up a lot of hanging curves and softballs at the candidates. For them to well hit out of the ballpark and look good. But as I was watching the debate I was sort of thinking to to myself how would Saturday Night Live play this. And looking at The Donald, you don't need to see SNL doing their version of this debate, because what they would've done is what we saw on Thursday.
The panel, asking The Donald very tough questions and trying to put him on the spot. With Trump coming back with some wisecrack to get the audience behind him. This is what running for President of the United States the most important job in the world to the The Donald. His own reality show and all about him and nothing else. With every network that covers politics picking up the series. The reason why The Donald is in first place in a single a baseball league as far as the quality of talent when you're talking about the quality of candidates that they have, is because the state of the Republican Party right now. Not because of how great a presidential candidate that The Donald is, or his qualifications for being President of the United States.
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