Friday, February 26, 2016

The Republican's five stages of Trump.


  1. Anonymous2:08 AM

    Reguarding stage 4,I actually looked at moving tom Canada,it seems if you are retired you have to have $800k to invest there.While this is sad,it's even more sad that I checked.Living a few miles from the B52 bomber AF base does not make me feel safe.If Trump were to get us into a world war,it would be a major target.

    1. With your strong $, it would only be $591,381 in Canadian funds. Come on over! :D

    2. Anonymous12:40 PM

      Housing in the Vancouver area costs about 700-800K for a decent, small two-bedroom, so yes Canada is an expensive option, unless you want to move into some of the more northern and remote areas.

    3. Anonymous6:58 PM

      That might have made some sense in 1959.

  2. Anonymous2:12 AM

    Yes. *yuck* Because, Donaldass T Rump.


  3. Anonymous2:12 AM

    That is a funny meme but it reminded me of something that I wonder about. Does an atheist only go through 4 stages of grief instead of 5? If an atheist doesn't believe in any higher power, who would they attempt to bargain with?

  4. Anonymous2:50 AM

    THURSDAY, FEB 25, 2016 06:21 PM PST

    “If Trump hadn’t inherited $200 million, he’d be selling watches on the streets of Manhattan,” whatever demon possessed Marco Rubio claimed tonight

    Rubio also went after Trump’s “fake university,” saying “there are people that borrow $36,000 to go to Trump University, and they’re suing him now, and you know what they got? They got to take a picture with a cardboard cutout of Donald Trump ....


    1. Anonymous7:52 AM

  5. Anonymous2:50 AM

    I've been voting since I was 18, I've seen a lot of 'stuff' and I am even stunned by this! I said that Trump was running for publicity; he's done this before. He's a showman, hustler, out to make a buck; but he's held on. He started gaining steam for his outrageous remarks and antics. He's a bully with a yuuuge! bully pulpit.

    1. Anonymous12:42 PM

      That's the funny part, that no one, even those in his own party took his run seriously and now he's in it for the long haul.

      I really don't even think Trump thought he'd win the nomination, but here we are, well, not quite yet but something major will have to happen for him to NOT be the GOP nominee.

  6. Anonymous3:03 AM

    Reminds me of 2008 all over again when Sarah Palin was endorsed by racist groups and Palin never told them she's against racist hate groups and racist hate crimes.

    NY Daily News:
    Donald Trump endorsed by former KKK leader David Duke

    Donald Trump's been knighted by racist David Duke. 

    The former grand wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan told his bigoted followers that not voting for Trump would be “treason to your heritage” and implored them to volunteer for the billionaire candidate because they would find like-minded haters in the campaign.

    “Voting for these people, voting against Donald Trump at this point, is really treason to your heritage,” the white nationalist said on the “David Duke Radio Program.”....

  7. 66gardeners3:24 AM

    Trump is everything the republican party has become... on steroids. Couldn't have happened to a more reprehensible party of people.

    The entertainment is priceless, however. Can't wait for the movie. Suggestions on it's title?

    "Trumping the GOP"?

    1. Anonymous5:32 AM

      "The Art Of The Appeal"
      "How To Win Elections And Alienate The Populace"
      "The Apprentice And The Immigrant"
      "The Trumping Down Of America"

  8. 66gardeners3:29 AM

    Hillary Clinton is being interviewed on Morning Joe today. From just watching a few minutes so far, it looks like a good interview.

    Scarborough must have multiple personality disorder. Clinton is doing fantastic. She looks real and genuine.

  9. 66gardeners3:46 AM

    Hillary Clinton's recommendation for a working government, "Find a common ground with your peers. Be hands' on about it"

  10. Anonymous3:56 AM

    Well, that was depressing. Where is the upside? The United States of Trump-landia? "It's huuuuuuge! We're the greatest!"

  11. Anonymous4:30 AM

    After watching the debate, and a good night's sleep, I still can't fathom sitting through a tRump SOTU speech. That this is what our country has come down to is sad.

  12. Anonymous5:03 AM

    Debate He’s Audited Because He’s a ’Strong Christian’

    Right after the CNN debate tonight, Donald Trump took a victory lap of sorts in a CNN interview, telling Chris Cuomo at one point that he thinks his religion may be why he’s being audited.

    Trump was confronted about his tax returns at the debate, since Mitt Romneymade it an issue, and he started by insulting Romney again.

    He then said, “I’m always audited by the IRS, which I think is very unfair, I dunno, maybe because of religion, maybe because of something else…”

    Cuomo interrupted him to ask what the hell he’s talking about. Trump said, “Maybe because of the fact that I’m a strong Christian… Maybe there’s a bias.” ....

    1. Anonymous5:57 AM

      We have entered crazy town. This is the most obvious pandering. Any christian who hears this should immediately see him as a charlatan. Unfortunately, many won't.

  13. Anonymous5:05 AM

    If I were a Republican I would be very concerned if my candidate made statements like I could murder someone and my supporters wouldn't care or my supporters would kill people if I asked them too.

    Those statements along with his remarks about rounding up illegals and Muslims are big red flags as to the mental status of Mr. Trump.

  14. Anonymous5:13 AM

    Donald Trump: 'Nobody Reads Bible More Than Me; John ... - The Christian Post

    The Christian Post › politics

    - 1 day ago - Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has made a number of comments about the Bible in the past few days, from suggesting that Secretary of State John Kerry hasn't read it, to claiming that no one reads it more than himself. ... "Nobody reads the Bible more than me," Trump ...

  15. Anonymous7:37 AM

    G'Man I was watching CNN and Rubio was laying it in on Trump at his rally regarding Trump's tweets and CNN announced Trump's going to have a news conference. Rubio is actually pretty funny and must have gotten to Trump. I enjoyed it.

  16. Anonymous7:40 AM

    Rubio: Friends don't let friends vote for con artists

  17. Anonymous7:50 AM


    Trump's tweets

    Donald J. Trump
    –Verified account 

    Lightweight choker Marco Rubio looks like a little boy on stage. Not presidential material!

    8:16 AM - 26 Feb 2016

    Donald J. Trump
    –Verified account 

    Lightweight Marco Rubio was working hard last night. The problem is, he is a choker, and once a choker, always a choker! Mr. Meltdown.

    8:38 AM - 26 Feb 2016

    Marco Rubio reads Donald Trump's tweets one-by-one onstage, trolling him over his grammatical errors

    Telling supporters in Dallas that he wanted to have a "little fun," Rubio took out his phone at the rally and proceeded to read Trump's Friday-morning tweets in which he attacked Rubio.

    "I have them right here. Let's read some!" Rubio said with glee. "We'll have fun."

    Rubio read the first Trump tweet, which targeted Rubio as a supposed "choker" but misspelled the term.

    "And once a chocker, always a choker," Rubio said, looking perplexed as he said the grammatically incorrect version of the word. "I guess that's what he meant to say. He spelled 'choker,' 'c-h-o-c-k-e-r.' Chocker."

    This would become a recurring theme.

    Rubio then referred to Trump'sdubbing of Rubio as "Mr. Meltdown." He said during the commercial breaks, it was actually Trump who was melting down amid Rubio's attacks.

    "First, he had this little makeup thing, applying makeup around his mustache, because he had one of those sweat mustaches," Rubio said.

    "Then he asked for a full-length mirror. I don't know why, because the podium goes up to here," Rubio said, motioning to his chest.

    Then he deadpanned: "Maybe to make sure his pants weren't wet. I don't know."

    He wasn't done there. Rubio moved on to Trump's next tweet, which slapped at Rubio as a "lightweight" and suggested he looked like a "little boy" on the debate stage. 

    "He meant to say 'lightweight.' But he spelled it, 'l-e-i-g-h-t,' so he got that wrong," Rubio said. 

    Rubio even found a way to attack Trump's age.

    "I wouldn't even be the youngest president. But he would be the oldest president ever elected," Rubio said. "And it's like an eight-year term, so you start to worry."

    There was one more Trump tweet for Rubio to highlight: One in which the mogul misspelled "honor" as "honer."

    "I don't know how he got that wrong, because the 'e' and the 'o' are nowhere near each other on the keyboard," Rubio said. 

    Rubio wrapped up his tweet-filled riff by attempting to come up with the conclusions for Trump's grammatical errors. He said he had reached two.

    "No. 1: That's how they spell those words at the Wharton School of Business, where he went," Rubio said. "Or No. 2, just like Trump Tower, he must have found a foreign worker to do his own tweets."

    Rubio and Trump went back and forth for much of the duration of the Thursday-night CNN debate. Their feud continued to bubble up Friday morning amid Trump's tweets andRubio's attempts to brand Trump a "con artist."


    1. Anonymous8:24 AM

      Trump may have dyslexia. The fact that he does not ever use a teleprompter is suspicious. H

    2. Anonymous10:07 AM

      Why would he need a teleprompter, he has repeated the same lines over and over ad nauseum. I am rich, read my book, it going be huge.

      Even I can predict what he is going to say, because he never answers the questions,just repeats his memorized bumper sticker phases.

    3. Anonymous11:55 AM

      without a teleprompter or written notes, you do tend to repeat garbage

    4. Anonymous12:45 PM

      Rubio is such a little joke of a man. I love watching him stamp his tiny feet and wave his tiny arms trying to get some attention in the race, but alas, it ain't gonna happen.

      If this is the best that the GOP can throw at Trump then the party is in deep doc-doo indeed.

  18. Anonymous7:51 AM

    HISTORY- tRump>

  19. Anonymous7:53 AM

    Trump said he has a big announcement. Not sure if it is about Rubio

  20. Anonymous8:19 AM

    Marco was kicking Sarah's BFF ass with both boots.

  21. Anonymous8:44 AM

    I still cannot decided, this late in the game, if Trump actually is running a serious campaign--that is if he really desires or plans to be the POTUS. In any case, I think he should study up on Napolean...ya know, how the story ended...

    1. Anonymous10:08 AM

      didn't end too well for Hitler either, but that didn't stop him.

  22. Anonymous8:49 AM

    PALIN/TRUMP 2016


  23. Anonymous8:56 AM

    Trump said Christie is the one endorsement he wanted!

    WTF about Sarah Palin's endorsement?

    1. Anonymous9:06 AM

      What about Barstool's endorsement?

  24. Anonymous9:13 AM

    Trump said Cruz abandoned Florida to run for president

    So what the hell did Gov Sarah Palin do to the state of Alaska and to the taxpayers of Alaska?

    1. Anonymous10:10 AM

      Did Gov Sarah Palin quit her job as governor because of her children's in Wasilla and her husband's behavior with his side business as well as the iceberg that was coming to sink her?

  25. Anonymous11:02 AM

    Chris Hayes tweet

    Christopher Hayes
    –Verified account 

    Trump cabinet so far..

    AG: Chris Christie

    Department of Interior: Sarah Palin

    DHS: Joe Arpaio

    Secretary of State: Dennis Rodman

    10:47 AM - 26 Feb 2016

    1. Anonymous9:35 AM

      Naw, Sarah Palin will be Press Secretary..HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  26. Anonymous11:08 AM

    Twitter › bennyjohnson

    Trump endorsements ranked:
    1. David Duke
    2. Christie
    3. Palin 3. Dennis Rodman
    4. Gary Busey
    5. Mike Tyson
    6. Alex Jones
    7. Teresa Giudice

    58 mins ago - Twitter

    1. Anonymous11:57 AM

      didn't Giuliani endorse trump?

    2. Anonymous11:59 AM

      Does this mean when Cruz and Rubio get out, they'll endorse trump?

  27. Anonymous3:05 AM

    Its important to hire a successful campaign marketing firm to sin and win. Its entertaining to say the least. And criminal to tell the truth And the successful touts that he did not spend a dime on it. All that crime, extortion, bribes, lies, defamation to buy hate in mericka and win. It stands out like a Korn field with full moon poppin out of a convertible 56 corvette. (red and white) by run Katie for rump. Stay classy cuz.


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