Tuesday, February 2, 2016

THERE’S A SUCKER BORN EVERY MINUTE







The P.T. Barnum of Republican Presidential candidates came in second in fundamentalist Christian Iowa to the fundamentalist Christian Ted Cruz. 

 This should not be a surprise because Trump’s real supporters are blue color works and Tea Party nuts who “Want to take their country back.”

Hear we have a man whose father was a multi-millionaire.   Trump was born to privilege.    As a young man he behaved like the affluenza teen, so his father placed him in an exclusive military prep school.   

Then Trump was off to an Ivy League College and finally to one of the most expensive business schools in the world.   

Upon graduation Trump’s father gave him one million dollars seed money to start a business.     

This is the same show business huckster who could raise six million dollars in donations in two days from wealthy friends for his ‘Wounded Warrior’ extravaganza opposite the last Republican debate. 



And let’s not forget Trump’s most famous line is ‘You’re Fired.’ 


This is the man that ‘Working Men Vote Republican’ believe will look out for them if elected President.


There is really a sucker born every minute, and they end up in the base of the Republican Party. 


the Ol’Buzzard

10 comments:

  1. Suckers is an understatement. All the products that get sold with a Trump label on them (e.g., the men's clothing Macy's used to sell) gets made in China and it's been reported many times that a high percentage of the people working for various Trump enterprises are undocumented immigrants working for less than legal wages. Trump is the epitome of the rich capitalist fucking over the ordinary worker but his fans are too stupid to see that.

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  2. Yeah, talk about voting against your own best interests.

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  3. Personally I think Trump is doing this as a bet. He says everything that the fuctards want to hear. It's got to be all fake.

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  4. republicans are stupid..nuff said.

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  5. I watch it all with a detached interest.

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    1. I turn the channel when ever Trump comes on and don't watch the debates. Guess you could say, that at my age I watch with detachment also.
      O'B

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  6. To paraphrase Abe Lincoln: You can fool all the people some of the time...some of the people all the time...and all the Trumptards all the time.

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  7. Dropping by via Susan (phantsythat).
    I wonder: How can so many obviously stupid, imbecile, ignorant and illiterate men attract so many voters to consider them an option?

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  8. Cruz scares me to death. He BELIEVES what he says. And likely lots that he does not say.

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COMMENT: Ben Franklin said, "I imagine a man must have a good deal of vanity who believes, and a good deal of boldness who affirms, that all doctrines he holds are true, and all he rejects are false."