Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Donald Trump's debate performance edited down to its most profound moments.

I love it!

Kind of reminds me of this classic.
By the way Howard Dean is doubling down on his accusation that Trump was using cocaine: 

In an interview with MSNBC's Kate Snow Tuesday, Dean acknowledged it's unlikely that 70-year-old Trump has a cocaine habit, but he didn't rule it out. 

"It's something I think it'd be interesting to ask him and see if he ever had a problem with that," Dean said. 

He added he wouldn't delete the tweet.

Come on a real estate developer in New York during the late eighties and early nineties, how could he not have once had a problem with cocaine? 


  1. Anonymous9:01 AM

    Howard probable got a letter from Donnie's attorney that he is going to sue him for defamation.

    Remember only the Donald is allowed to lie about others.

    1. Anonymous9:41 AM

      Do you think tRump would go to a complete physical of Dean's pick? I highly doubt it so there will be no lawsuit. Much like why Sara Palin never sued anyone she threatened to, tRump has too much to hide.

    2. Anonymous9:59 AM

      Trump needs Palin more than ever.

      She has all that experience of speaking while under the influence of some heavy shit. She knows how to handle those things.

      That may be her problem now and why she is quite and keeping her subjects quiet about the debate.

      They need to sober up and think of how to reboot. Meanwhile, let the little people keep up their social media for them with trivial nonsense and old tired themes.

      Reminding their public that Bristol has a husband and Dakota is a father. That is very important.

      Did Jordan and Track take their baby boy home already? How old is he? 2-3 months?

      How is that happy family doing with the new one?

    3. Anonymous10:29 AM

      Fond memories. It was a year ago that Track and his girlfriend were carefree and sailing in Hawaii. Now they are responsible parents like his sister and her man.

    4. Anonymous11:27 AM

      @10:29 AM If that is not supposed to be satire, then you are insane.

    5. Anonymous11:46 AM

      Responsible? Booze and an arsenal are not in the diaper bag of ANY responsible parent.

    6. 10:29
      Oberman, here. Keith.
      "You're an idiot."

    7. Anonymous1:38 PM

      Let him sue. But of course he can't because too much would be revealed.

    8. Anonymous4:40 PM

      There's plenty to criticize trump for without dragging cocaine into it. Did you use anabolic steroids just because you were a bobybuilder?

    9. Anonymous4:56 PM

      @ 10:29am
      Try to stay on topic, not many of us give a shit about that thug trackmarks palin or his baby mama and his latest bastard.

    10. Anonymous6:12 PM

      If Gryph had yellow skin, was jumpy, and/or other traits not expected of a healthy young man but common among steroid users, then it's a reasonable question. and last I knew, Gryph wasn't aiming to have his hand on the nuclear codes.

      Although I agree with not blaming it on being in real estate, in NYC, in the 80s. But the symptoms do cause me pause.

    11. Anonymous6:45 PM

      Anonymous4:40 PM
      There's plenty to criticize trump for without dragging cocaine into it.
      Not to mention he has been on Amphetamines for years (like Palin) is a pedophile rapist, tax evader, abuser of bankruptcy a racist and a cocaine sniffer. If he was a black man on that stage he would of been arrest asap!
      You Trump apologists FOAD!

  2. Anonymous9:15 AM

    I am suspicious and I think it's reasonable for him to come forward with valid medical information about his nose sniffing. It's no more invasive than demands about HIllary's health and her "tiredness" and fainting.

    I struggle with asserting that all real estate developers in NY in the 80s and 90s would have a problem. Not all use is problematic. Stereotyping an entire group is something we have been fighting.

    1. Anonymous9:50 AM

      Whatever he could be sniffing I doubt his doc will give him up. It may be mutual appreciation of a magic formula.

    2. Anonymous11:45 AM

      good point 9:50. I'm not sure how to get at it.

      I think it is a more valid speculation than Hillary's "tiredness." It's based on observation data by millions of people. How many of you have a friend that would sniff their way through a debate like that? How many of you that work with drug addicts think it sounds familiar?

    3. Anonymous6:09 PM

      Why hasn't he come out with an explanation that he had a cold? or allergies? He may not get a doctor's statement that he snorts cocaine, but he could get a doctor's statement that he has allergies or a cold or other reasonable cause of sniffling (strong sniffling, not little sniffles.)

    4. 66gardeners5:46 AM

      I haven't heard Trump or his campaign bring up the speculation about cocaine use by Trump. That says a lot.

  3. Anonymous9:17 AM

    Dean may know more things that he can't say yet.

    1. Anonymous1:39 PM

      He is a physician after all. He would be familiar with symptoms and addictions.

  4. Anonymous9:30 AM

    Start from the bottom up:" “I would watch supermodels getting screwed, well-known supermodels getting screwed on a bench in the middle of the room. There were seven of them and each one was getting screwed by a different guy. This was in the middle of the room.”

    As Trump made plans to buy and refurbish bankrupt hotels, McCain was staving off death in Hoa Lo Prison, a.k.a. the Hanoi Hilton."

    drumpf =Abominable teetotal Voyeur

  5. Satire from Andy Borowitz . . . or maybe not.

    -- quote
    Palin to Advise Trump on Improving Sentence Structure

    NEW YORK—In an admission that his message might have gotten lost in Monday night’s debate, Donald J. Trump has enlisted the former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to advise him on improving his sentence structure. Campaign officials stressed that bringing Palin on board was not a sign of panic, but merely an acknowledgement that the Alaskan’s communication skills could be Trump’s “secret weapon.” “We would be silly to have a resource like this available to us and not use it,” said Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway. “No one debates like Sarah Palin.”
    -- end quote

    1. Anonymous1:00 AM

      This one is better.

      "Plunging the future of the 2016 Presidential debates into doubt, Donald J. Trump said on Tuesday morning that he would not participate in the remaining two debates if Hillary Clinton is there.

      Trump blasted the format of Monday night’s debate by claiming that the presence of Clinton was “specifically designed” to distract him from delivering his message to the American people.

      “Every time I said something, she would say something back,” he said. “It was rigged.” "

  6. AS for Howard Dean and the cocaine comment. It's no different from Trump saying "I've read . . . ," "Many people are saying . . . ," "I don't know if it's true but I've heard . . . "

    Trump started it. Fuck him.

    1. Anonymous9:57 AM

      it is different. Dean didn't say "many people are saying." It's more like Trump questioning Hillary's health, and Hillary eventually bringing forth reliable medical information. Dean is speculating based on articuable, observable data. That's different than "many people are saying..."

    2. Anonymous11:35 AM

      ! think this is Trump's way of being presidential. He has big foots and prints to follow.

    3. Anonymous12:01 PM

      9:57 AM AGREE.

    4. Anonymous12:01 PM

      Typical effects of coke include an immediate rush of mental and ph ysical intensity. Then after about 20 minutes a sudden letdown .............hmmm?
      No bathroom (refuel) breaks at the debate.

    5. Anonymous1:22 PM

      He can also be injected with speed and snorts as well. Have you ever known a speed freak?

    6. Anonymous4:31 PM

      Dean is a medical Dr, I find his opinion to be more than speculation.

    7. Anonymous1:07 AM

      I suppose it would have been better for Dean to end his tweet with "Coke user? I don't know. You tell me?"

  7. Anonymous9:43 AM

    He is either a cokehead or needs an oxygen tank, either way I don't want Drumph as my president.

  8. Anonymous9:47 AM

    Kate "Snow" was asking the coke question? How ironic. B3lieve Me.

  9. Anonymous9:54 AM

    1. Anonymous11:02 AM

      Not sure what Michael Moore's problem is. Won't click the link, but he's the only person except trump and his sycophants who think trump won. Even conservative news is saying Hilary won.

    2. Anonymous11:42 AM

      I'm sure Michael Moore does not believe what he said. He's trying to get folks in the country to support Hillary Clinton and not to think she'll win - without their going out to vote for her!

      Hillary Clinton has my vote and I can hardly wait to cast it!

    3. Anonymous11:55 AM

      I did not read what Moore said. It could be he doesn't want people to take it for granted that Hillary is a shoo in.

      As long as they can pump Trump up, he will keep on going and he looks like it is stamina. No one can claim they can prove it is speed.

    4. Anonymous12:37 AM

      Moore is fighting Democratic complacency. The assumption that she is going to win and so just sitting back and doing nothing. He says if you did nothing today to get someone to vote for Clinton, then Trump won. And he's right.

      The next debate is going to be ugly. Trump is going to be held to a higher standard, cajoled and goaded into doing a lot more work than he did the last time. He'll be practicing his zingers and they will be coaching him on how to attack her no matter what question he is asked. He'll be doing a lot more interrupting, denying, LYING, and talking over her, the moderator and in general refusing to shut the fuck up.

      It will be brutal.

  10. Anonymous9:54 AM

    I had trouble breathing before I was diagnosed with high blood pressure. Then again, I've been around coke users. For a second there it looks like he couldn't feel his tongue. Must have had a few hits before the debate because his New York accent was definitely pronounced in a gutteral way this time around.

  11. Trump has so little self-awareness or self-control. And he would be the first one to yell about this: "Wrong! I have the BEST self-awareness and self-control!"

    Predictable, unself-aware people can be manipulated as we saw Hillary do in the debate. Knowing that he dislikes to be called "Donald" was brilliant. What else is she going to find out before the next debate?

    Let's hope he doesn't "hold back" (as he said he did Monday) in the next debate, IF he does another. He will just look more unpresidential, petty, mean and a POS.

    1. Anonymous10:18 AM

      He has already that said he's not going to hold back, and that's fine. I doubt that Hillary is shaking in her boots over it!

    2. Anonymous11:39 AM

      Trump's throwing Bill Clinton's affairs, done years ago, in Hillary's face isn't going to get him anywhere!

      Has he forgotten he had affairs too and multiple marriages?

      At least, Hillary and Bill worked things out and kept their marriage together! Think that says a LOT for Hillary. I'm also sure that Bill has regretted his actions.

      Think of all the Republican Congressmen and Republican leaders that have screwed around on their wives! They are no one to talk - especially The Donald!

      Trump on record (Factual) for having committed rape for Christ's sake. That, in my mind, is even worse!

    3. Anonymous5:09 PM

      11:39 -
      There's also a big difference in their situations because of who actually did the cheating.

      Hillary was the victim of her husband's infidelity while it was Trump himself who cheated on more than one wife. That makes Hillary a sympathetic injured party but Trump himself is the lying, serial adulterer. If he chooses to go that sleazy route, he's in great danger of pushing more even women towards Hillary.

      On second thought, please proceed Mr. Trump!

  12. PalinsHoax10:02 AM

    Yeow!!! DonnyCon's nose hairs are sure singing a lot of Whistling Dixie.

    To use one of his favourite words: DISGUSTING!!!
    He sounds absolutely DISGUSTING!!!

  13. Anonymous10:03 AM

    Hey kids. The island used for parties? They did not serve strictly cigars and milk. Underage girls, held captive, tied to beds and abused? They were not playing tick tack toe. Sick minds do sick things. Cut the crap

  14. Anonymous10:14 AM

    Trump Unveils Plan to Boost Military with More Troops, Weapons



    Those other two?


    ● Trump Unveils Plan to BOOST Military with MORE Troops, Weapons

    ● Donald Trump on Wednesday unveiled a plan to STRENGTHEN the U.S. military by BOOSTING the size of the services

    ● TRUMP WILL BOOST fleets of ships and aircraft,

    ● TRUMP WILL BOOST MILITARY BY expanding missile and cyber defenses...

    ● BOOST MILARY "We will rebuild our military," he said in a speech to enthusiastic supporters in Philadelphia.

    1. Anonymous11:32 AM

      Trump is fucking nuts! The Republican plan to increase wars throughout our world and spend our tax money increasing the military is what he is reflecting.

      "Nuclear" will be the method of war in the future! Not the old warfare methods that he has outlined above!

      Trump would do nothing more than waste our money.

      He is a fool and affirmed the fact in that first debate showing Hillary Clinton to be our next POTUS!

      I can hardly wait for our country to send him crawling back to his tower when he loses. It can't occur fast enough!

    2. Anonymous11:59 AM

      Tomorrow he'll be introducing plan B, the cavalry.

    3. Anonymous5:13 PM

      11:59 - Don't forget the archers and trebuchet brigade.

    4. Anonymous12:24 AM

      In many cases we are scraping the bottom of the barrel in order to fill slots with today's voluntary military.

      How does he plan to get more troops?

      Better pay? Decent housing? Fewer overseas and war deployments?

      Reinstate the Draft? (Mr. Draft Dodger Himself)

  15. Anonymous10:21 AM

    "“The adoption of of new BWC policies will also have a significant impact on the employees’ wages, hours, or other terms and conditions of employment. Accordingly such changes are mandatory subjects that must be bargained to impasse with the union before they are implemented.”" Officer Jason Van Dyke and his colleagues broke the cameras so that no audio could be heard."

  16. Amy in Juneau10:30 AM

    Lol! "Defective mic" sure picked up all his sniffs. Also, too, coke dehydrates, hence the cotton mouth he evidently was experiencing. What a fool. #imwithher

  17. Anonymous10:55 AM

    Bernie Bro all in for HRC!
    "All this work, and what did Clinton get? She got an actual smug, young journalist named Isaac Saul writing about how I despised her, when I hardly knew the depth of her accomplishments, when I was clinging to the pipe dream of a Bernie Sanders presidency that may have never been in the cards, when my own father got ignored while he tried his best to talk some sense into me.

    Secretary Clinton, I’m sorry."

  18. Anonymous11:09 AM

    Not many people mentioned his pasty white complexion.I didn't recoginize the asshole until he started talking.

  19. Anonymous11:21 AM

    Why some people think Trump snorted cocaine or Adderall before Monday’s presidential debate

    The Internet Has Some Theories About Why Trump Kept Sniffing at the Debate

    Trump's sniffles distract viewers at first presidential debate with Clinton

  20. I am a little younger than the Donald. I was in New York in the 80's and coke was the norm for high flyers. I was in the same nightclubs and parties that he was. Everyone did coke; that is why they were there to party. Period.

    His demeanor on the screen exhibited major coke signals on every radar screen of those who have used it or been around it. Geesh. It was some good sh*t because it lasted for awhile. However, it does explain his running out of steam because he wasn't doing alcohol or able to get another hit to perpetuate the high.
    If that wasn't good ole' blow, it was a chemical reaction of some sort. Germs don't act that way. Sniff. Sniff.

    Ask Sarah.

    1. Anonymous11:51 AM


    2. Anonymous4:43 PM

      Wow Lauren! Now all you do is comment incessantly here and at fringe Palin blogs. What a fall!

    3. Anonymous6:03 PM

      about 4:43 - this place will eat it's own. I suppose denials of being with Palin, or anywhere close, will be scoffed at.

  21. Anonymous11:32 AM

    Sarah Palin brought her kids up right. Don't watch stupid debates, watch the Olympics and follow her Facebook to learn more.

    See the beautiful tribute George W. Bush has in store for our nation’s finest – even though the Left mocks him for it
    September 26, 2016 by Bristol Palin

    Don't mock.

    Family time.

  22. Anonymous11:36 AM

    Wow. If this is his idea of courage, he's even more depraved than I ever imagined.

    Eric Trump: It Took “Courage” For My Dad To Not Mention Bill Clinton’s Infidelity

    Chelsea Clinton: Trump Brings Up Bill’s Infidelity Because He Can’t Talk About Real Issues

  23. Anonymous11:40 AM

    Michelle Obama On Trump’s Temperament: ‘We Need An Adult In The White House’

  24. Anonymous2:32 PM

    Anyone notice that there is no push back either from Drumpf or from his campaign or handlers about the "coke"?

    You can put money on the fact that with no denial there is something to it. Drumpf never wastes an opportunity to holler out when he is attacked.

    The sniffling shows there wasn't a thing wrong with that mic. However, Drumpf clearly ran out of steam, launched into speaking that made no sense at all. Why? Took "hit" too early for it to last?

    Standing for that long seemed to be a real challenge for him. Think given his admitted meds and exams there are health issues. Why a really dingy gastroenterologist for a doctor? Doesn't make any sense unless he has serious intestinal problems.

  25. Chenagrrl4:20 PM

    I think that Howard Dean was within his rights. He didn't accuse Donald, sniff. He just speculated. Just as cruel as Donald's speculation about Hillary's health, brain condition. Turnabout is fair play.

  26. Anita Winecooler4:23 PM

    Hey, Dean didn't start snorthirism, so keep it up Howard! Millions and Millions of people watched, and everyone felt something was up with all that snorting. Must have been in rut, is it mating season in New York City?

  27. Anonymous4:25 PM


  28. Anonymous6:43 PM

    Add in, "one who hung out at Studio 54 extensively...." it's amazing he has a nose left.

  29. Anonymous12:43 AM

    Supposedly the sniffling is a nervous tic Trump has when he's under pressure and not sure of himself. Like maybe a national debate televised across the nation for which he did not prepare and against someone that is an expert in their field. I'm surprised he wasn't wearing Depends and wasn't peeing them regularly.

    Someone in a comment said that the drippy nose could also be a symptom of some kinds of dementia and that Trump's Father did have Alzheimer's after all.

  30. Anonymous1:24 AM

    Hillary's intellect is gazillions of times higher than Donald's. I love the fact that she studied and practiced for the debate. I mean, she is/was a serious student and this is a big dill, it requires concentrated effort. I draw the comparison to my line of work - sick kids. When my institution does a big operation, say a conjoined twin separation, there are thousands of hours of cumulative practice and mock run thrus with every conceivable complication and every not so conceivable glitch.
    That is what smart serious people do.
    Also, her make up looked stunning, especially her eyes. I was so pleased for her to look so nice. I hope she felt pretty because she was and let's face it - assholes in this country make fun of her style.

  31. Anonymous1:35 AM

    Anyone remember Top Gun, when Val Kilmer's character saying he was sorry about Goose to Tom Cruise's Maverick in the lock room, and he gave these big old sniffs mid sentence? It was so odd. That is what Drumpf's actions reminded me of and my family kept cracking up and laughing and yelling to the TV that if Donald was elected we'd be on the Highway to the Danger Zone...

  32. Anonymous6:12 PM

    He probably wasn't sniffling in the usual sense. What it sounded like to me was that his sinus cavities or nasal passages are so inflamed or scarred that it is difficult for him to draw a breath through his nose -- and he's trying not to be a mouth-breather. I've heard him breathing like this in other speeches and interviews. It's what he does. He inhales strongly, causing the sound, as if he can't get any air any other way. That could, of course, be a symptom of youthful cocaine abuse.


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