Trump on Republicans – They’re the dumbest group of voters in the country. They believe anything on Fox News. I could lie and they’d still eat it up. – People magazine 1998
Why do so many people endorse Donald Trump? Everyday he wallows in another one of his pitiful blunders. Yet apparently, his loyal fan base doesn’t seem to care. When you ask a dreamy eyed Trumpkin ‘Why do you endorse The Donald?’, you’ll always get a weird and vague response. ‘He thinks like me’, ‘He speaks what is on his mind’, ‘His wife is hot’, ‘He loves his country’, ‘He has a beautiful family’, ‘I trust him’.
As if they were talking about the lawn maintenance man or the guy who drives the ice cream truck, such descriptions could hardly be about a man competing for the most important position in the country.
My favorite comes from no other than Joe the Plumber. The befitting name requires no description. He said, “A lot of people are afraid to speak their mind anymore and again that’s something that Donald Trump has been able to go out there and he speaks his mind, regardless of what the consequences.”
Hence, Trump supporters have no idea why they support him. And why should they? Another amazing detail of Trump’s campaign, is that he doesn’t release any ideas. If your little Trumpkin heart is set on rooting for Trump, what other reasons can you give besides these vague lines, like ‘He thinks like me’?
Trump has offered no ideas. You can’t count the fantasmic wall or Muslim ban, because neither of those ideas could ever become a reality. Besides Mexico refusing to pay for it, the wall idea would have to be approved by the House and the Senate.
Although these ideas would never be implemented, they still served a purpose by stirring the Trumpkins into animation. Even as Trump has started to adjust both of those ideas, the school girl infatuation still flutters. Who knows if Trump would be where he is today, had he never uttered such preposterous ideas.
Besides the absurd magical wall and Muslim deportation, Trump has offered a few other ideas. However, these ideas are so wacky and nonsensical, they float through the air like a yellow submarine. His solution to reform the Department of Veterans Affairs for example, is to be the operator himself and take any calls from veterans upset with the VA system. Any sensible person would speculate how much time such a noble quest would require. Unless Donald Trump is as stupid as the Neanderthals in his fan club, he knows there is not enough time in the day to personally respond to every single VA complaint.
“I will instruct my staff that if a valid complaint is not addressed, that the issue be brought directly to me,” Trump said. “And I will pick up the phone and fix it myself if I have to.”
Like that middle schooler running for class president, and he gets up to the podium and promises his class that if he wins the election, he’ll do everyone’s homework. Actually, that is an insult to middle schoolers. Even they aren’t stupid enough to believe that!
Doesn’t it bother the Trumpkins, that all of his political views conveniently happened to change before he ran for president.
Just in 2000, he was pushing for socialist universal health care:
I’m a conservative on most issues but a liberal on health. It is an unacceptable but accurate fact that the number of uninsured Americans has risen to 42 million. Working out detailed plans will take time. But the goal should be clear: Our people are our greatest asset. We must take care of our own. We must have universal healthcare.
He has donated more than $100,000 to Hillary Clinton. Like those dolls with the string in the back that you pull and they speak, when a Trumpkin hears such a statement, they will reply how ‘Trump is a businessman and donated to all political figures.’ That might be, but at Trump’s most recent wedding, Hillary was the only politician sitting front row!
Without any political ideas, the only thing Trump can talk about is hatred and bigotry. In fact, at the RNC last week, the only topic Republicans could discuss was a hatred for Hillary Clinton. I would be scared if I was a Republican, and all my politicians could speak about was hatred for their opponent. I’d want to hear their plans for our country.
Although six different Republican investigations did not uncover enough evidence to implement a trial, each Republican politician that spoke at the RNC just kept repeating how crooked Hillary Clinton is.
These speeches have benefited the party to a degree. After years of brainwashing their loyal subjects, Republicans have ingrained a passionate hatred for Hillary in the Republican party. Ask them why they hate her, and they’ll mention something about allegations. It’s like asking someone if the sky is blue. Such an obvious fact of life doesn’t require much of an explanation.
The die hard Trumpkin is so furious and disgusted with these allegations against Hillary, but they don’t care about Trump’s numerous class action law suits?
There isn’t enough evidence to compel one trial against Hillary. But Trump is the defendant in 3,500 trials! You can’t be the sharpest tool in the shed, if you insist that Hillary is the crooked one out of those two.