Last night’s debate was a great night, not just for Hillary or America, but it was a damn good night for me too. Last night, all of the seemingly nasty and somewhat bombastic articles I have written about Donald Trump were proven correct. The best part was that Donald was my righteous crusader. As a result of the demented nonsensical comments that Trump grunted throughout his debate, every single argument I have made about Trump was proven correct.
In fact, I was so grateful that I even wrote Donald Trump a beautiful fan letter. Here is an excerpt,
Thank you Mr. Trump, for finally validating everything I have written about you. At the time, some of my comments might have seemed rather nasty. But last night, you proved that they were all correct.
Primarily, I have insinuated that Mr. Trump has no intentions of winning the presidency. Like everything he has ever done in his life, this campaign is but another get-rich-quick scheme. His lack of preparation for the debates last night proves he is not in it to win it.
Just think how devastated that sea of loyal Trumpkins must be, as they admire their idol’s posters on their bathroom walls. Makes me think of that old R&B song,
Pull my strings and I’ll dance for you, I’m your puppet
If he was really in it to win it, you would think he would have done at least an hours worth of preparation. Certainly, such a little amount would have produced better comebacks to the issue of international cyber security than:
“I have a son who’s 10, he’s so good with computers.”
In his defense though, he has made a ton of money during this election. If lightning strikes and he does win, he’ll make fortunes. But if he doesn’t, he is still making a nice amount of money. Essentially, it is a win win situation for Mr. Trump.
You can’t say the same for his supporters though.
He’d love to win, but if Hillary is our next president, Mr. Trump will still have a smile wrapped around his pumpkin colored face.
Any donation Mr. Trump gets, goes to pay for his campaign’s travels – rooms at Trump hotels or seats on Trump airlines. Every penny of the $168 million dollars in donations he has received, goes right back into his pockets.
I’m sure any die hard Trumpkin would scoff at such a comment, so here is some indisputable proof –
Trump nearly quintupled the monthly rent his campaign paid to stay at Trump Towers to $169,758 in July, compared with March, when he was self-funding his campaign, according to a Huffington Post review of Federal Election Commission filings. Although he was paying less staff, the rent soared!
He could have shacked up at the Red Roof Inn for a fraction of the price and buy some advertising instead. But no. His priorities clearly list making as much money as possible higher than winning the presidency.
This entire election campaign, Trump was handed a blank check and he saw dollar signs.
When they started feuding about the Iraqi war, instead of clobbering Hillary over the fact that she voted for the war, Donald spent his time tap dancing around the fact that he opposed it, which was untrue. A third grader studying for his history test would have accused Hillary of voting for the war, but Mr. Trump did not.
No offense to third graders, but Mr. Trump did sound like a third grader during much of that debate. As the debate stretched on, Mr. Trump became more deranged and incoherent. He reminded me of that guy in the back of bus, mumbling from behind his bottle in a paper bag. He was proud of not paying any taxes for schools or senior citizens or our roads.
– what sort of person would actually support a candidate who brags about evading taxes –
He was doubly proud of proposing a tax plan that just benefits his family and those in his ultra top wealth bracket.
– imagine if Hillary’s tax plan was designed to benefit her family….WOW!!! –
According to his tax policy, unless you are in the top 5%, you will do worse under Mr. Trump. So why do they worship him, like a golden calf? I think Mr. Trump answered this question when he said how much he loves the uneducated.