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Trump for President? Trump’s Ego for Veep!

August 27, 2015

Americans are deep into their love affair with Trump, sort of like if your grandpa took up with a diseased crackhead because she was “fun.” Trump is funny in the same way a disturbed 12-year-old is funny: you never know what will come out of his mouth. More importantly, you have no idea if he even knows what he’s talking about. That’s Trump. Does anyone — other than the religious right people who are lauding a thrice-divorced philanderer as the second coming of Reagan — really think that Trump believes anything he says? Or, is he like an ad agency examining focus groups to determine what slogan works best for their toilet paper ads? Trump believes in only two things: himself and money, in that order.

All of a sudden he’s violently opposed to illegal immigrants — because I’m sure he’s never hired any of them to serve his needs — saying nasty things about Mexicans, for example. He’s saying these things not because he is deeply concerned about the issue but because he thinks the small town Iowans (who are representative of no one but other small town Iowans) care about the issue. If it turned out that Iowans wanted illegal immigrants, perhaps to do the menial jobs that no American would take, Trump would be flying his private jet to the border to provide free rides.

All politicians say what they think they have to — poor Bobby Jindal, an “anchor baby” himself , is campaigning against “anchor babies” — but it’s much more obvious in Trump. His ego could be his running mate. His narcissism is mind blowing. So why believe that anything he says is anything but him spouting off for the cameras, just as he has done for the last 35 years. He’s as phony as a puppet. His so-called “courage” in speaking out is just another outlet for his ego — he knows he doesn’t need the support of the GOP establishment, or anyone else, so he says mean, outrageous things that make his supporters cheer because they are too brainwashed to give what he says any real thought.

Trump is a hate-spouting tool, but if you think about it, he’s no more real than a pro wrestler breaking a chair over an opponent’s back.  Trump for Trump in 2016!


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