More GOP Blowback For Trump

  • John Calendo

    What a brave, brave crew of tomorrow’s leaders. Hiding behind Megan Kelly’s skirts. Yes, you go, Megyn, you and the bully go fight. We’ll watch.

    • Michael Rush

      Donald Trump cannot tolerate criticism ( hopefully his achilles heel ) and attacking anyone who criticises him is nothing new …

      watch Trump humorless and motionless through this through this Seth Meyers routine …

      ( White House Correspondents Dinner 2011 )

      the first joke is the most relevant

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWuv2txl_5M

      although one at 1:40 is not to be missed ( and watch obama laugh at it afterwards )

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWuv2txl_5M&t=1m40s

      According to multiple guests who sat near Trump during the dinner speeches, his mood shifted from playing along to unvarnished anger.

      trump responded in interviews …

      “I thought Seth Meyers — his delivery frankly was not good. He’s a stutterer.”

      ” That Seth Meyers is hosting the Emmy Awards is a total joke. He is very awkward with almost no talent. Marbles in his mouth! ”

      ” I have never laughed at one thing from Seth Meyers or Jon Stewart.”

      • Soren456

        Somewhat OT, I’ve always wondered why he was even in the room.

        I mean who invited him? What has he got to do with White House correspondents?

        Did he crash it?

        • Six Pins Delores

          Conversation fodder. 🙂

        • Michael Rush

          I’m not sure who is invited but he did return for the next one in 2015 .

          this implies he was a guest of Fox

          Four years after Trump was repeatedly pummeled at the event not only by the night’s host, Seth Meyers, but by President Barack Obama himself, Trump is slated to be a guest of Fox.

      • StraightGrandmother

        That was great and thanks for sharing that.
        This video shows what a megalomaniac, Trump is and how humorless.

  • GayOldLady

    Whoa……A very good coordinated Blowback!

    • GayOldLady

      And don’t you just love all the feigned outrage? They can let a mother die at childbirth without even blinking an eye, but they must protect Megyn Kelly.

      • barracks9

        The pearl clutching is EPIC.

  • Chucktech

    “As long as they spell my name right…”

  • barracks9

    The blowback will only produce even GREATER teabilly support for tRump.

    • Chucktech

      Works for me…

    • GayOldLady

      I keep waiting to hear Dueling Banjos.

      • bkmn

        Squeal like a pig, or the Donald.

        • David Walker

          If only he had a purdy mouth.

          • Joseph Miceli

            I’d settle for “going bald gracefully.” I did.

    • Suzy

      Every time they try to shake him they just knock another hive of idiots loose from that bird’s nest. It’s glorious.

      • barracks9

        I picture so many of the Teabillies saying to themselves “Well, Mr. Trump publicly says all those things I can only say anonymously online – he’s MY kind of guy!” without realizing how deftly they’re being led by the nose.

      • MDB
        • Hue-Man

          He’s right; he’s probably well into double digits. Maybe not Room Temperature but certainly above freezing.

        • GayOldLady

          Trump-in-mouth-disease. The gift that keeps on giving.

        • Good Shot Green

          Not smart enough to avoid a comma splice, though.

        • Roy Biv

          One of the highest in THAT crowd.

    • another_steve

      I agree. Everyone thought Trump’s remarks about McCain (“I don’t respect soldiers who get captured”) would end his campaign. In fact, his numbers kept rising after that.

      What we’re seeing — what we’re about to see — is just how high a percentage of the total Republican base the teabagger theofascists represent.

      (Imo, probably 35 – 40 percent. We’ll see if Trump’s numbers get that high.)

      • barracks9

        It really is a “true colors” period for the country. Rallying behind someone who vocalizes their deepest prejudices.

        • Robincho

          And unlike Picasso, this is not a Blue Period…

          • barracks9

            Perhaps a Blew Period, dear?

          • Robincho

            I’d rather just get blown, period.

        • CanuckDon

          Best for Democrats and “lieberals” to simply watch from the sidelines as we are not even part of this equation.

          • barracks9

            Exactly. The unwise Democrats are the ones who even inadvertently insert themselves into this family feud. Pass the popcorn, would you?

          • CanuckDon

            Yep. It would not be helpful to stand up and say “can I say something?” and have them all shout back “shut up!”

            This popcorn’s making me thirsty. Would you like something while I’m up?

          • barracks9

            Oh, there’s a pitcher of wonderful sangria in the fridge – I’d love a refill!

          • bkmn

            The one thing the Democrats need to do right now is make a point of the fact that both parties are not the same. That media talking point needs to be permanently buried.

          • GC

            For that point to get wide coverage among the general public, I’ll gladly suffer more comments by You-Know-Who on Joe.My.God.

      • Hue-Man

        If this continues, it will drive the Business Republicans to Hillary. Stealthily…

    • Treg Brown

    • KCMC
    • Cuberly

      Well, ahem. Seems you’re right. Over on FartBlight

      there’s a host of articles, on Trump’s latest. And to a fault some are now calling Erikson a RINO, Kelly is dead to them, Carly is a RINO that had promise and yes, is now dead to them. Though there is a lot of back and forth going on in the comments in the Carly article.

      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/08/backlash-erickson-disinvites-donald-trump-from-redstate-gathering/

      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/08/carly-has-megyns-back-in-throwdown-with-trump/

      It’s taking a hell of a lot of self control to not set up a fake disqus account and go over there as a faux teabagger and goad them on. Talk about having fun tweeking their rage. Which to be honest I wonder how many of the real wack-a-doo commentors are actually fake troll accounts set up specifically to goad them on, go Trump…bwahahahaha.

      They’ve lost it.

      • barracks9

        A beautiful thing, ain’t it? 🙂

        • Cuberly

          Splendiferous!

  • STRTRRR

    If this doesn’t kill him, nothing will. And it’s not going to kill him.

    • B Snow

      I just don’t want him to burn out before this time next year.

  • TommyTune

    With the Donald doing his level best to tank the GOP’s numbers with women, how much you wanna bet Roger Ailes will find a way, any way, to bump up Carly Fiorina’s poll numbers so she makes it into the next Faux News “debate?”

    • Chucktech

      Well, that ought to be easy. All Fox has to do is base their debate criteria on a Fox News “Poll” instead of national polls, put the fix in for Fiorina, and voila!

      • TommyTune

        Isn’t that what they did for the last one? According to Rachel Maddow they fudged the numbers so John Kasich could bump off Rick Perry for the big boys’ table, presumably since Ohio is more important to Republicans than the shoe-in state of Texas, which is always reliably in the Republican corner. Then there’s the fact that it would have been a major embarrassment for Kasich not to have been invited to the debate in Cleveland, his home turf.

    • Hue-Man

      That’s spelled D.Bait, after The Donald.

  • crewman

    “The outrage from Trump’s divisive language is way overdue?”

    Does he realize he’s a Republican? Does he know how they talk? Trump is just putting voice to all the Tea Party rhetoric we hear non-stop.

  • Michael Rush

    they haven’t even touched on his racist rental policies of the 1970’s yet …

    ( snippets from a larger story )

    In 1973 the Government contended that Trump Management had refused to rent or negotiate rentals “because of race and color.” It also charged that the company had required different rental terms and conditions because of race and that it had misrepresented to blacks that apartments were not available.

    Donald decided to go on the offensive. He hired his friend Roy Cohn, the celebrity lawyer and former Joseph McCarthy aide, to countersue the government for making baseless charges against the company. They sought a staggering $100 million in damages.

    A few months after the government filed the suit, Trump gave a combative press conference at the New York Hilton in which he went after the Justice Department for being too friendly to welfare recipients.

    In 1975, Trump ultimately came to a far-reaching agreement with the DOJ in which he and the company did not admit guilt but agreed not to discriminate and to take steps to open its housing stock to more nonwhites. The company agreed to submit a weekly list of vacancies to the Urban League, which would produce qualified applicants for a portion of all vacancies.

    But it didn’t end there. In 1978, the government filed a motion for supplemental relief, charging that the Trump company had not complied with the 1975 agreement. The government alleged that the Trump company “discriminated against blacks in the terms and conditions of rental, made statements indicating discrimination based on race and told blacks that apartments were not available for inspection and rental when, in fact, they are,” the Times reported. Trump again denied the charges.

    It’s not clear what happened with the government’s request for further action (and compensation for victims), but in 1983, a fair-housing activist cited statistics that two Trump Village developments had white majorities of at least 95 percent.

    At the very least, the case is something for reporters to ask about next time Trump touts his “great relationship with the blacks.”

    http://www.salon.com/2011/04/28/donald_trump_discrimination_suit/

    • Chucktech

      “Those people” aren’t going to vote for him anyway. Fuck ’em.

      • MDB

        Shukx, ahl thaym thar bronw, blak an yeller folk aint reel Murikunz aneewhew !!!

    • Stev84

      Typical Trump move. Whenever someone makes a complaint against him, he sues or counter-sues for ludicrous sums of money.

      He also sued companies that he owed money to but couldn’t pay.

  • DaddyRay

    But I thought the righties thought political correctness was bad

  • bkmn

    Translation: Our billionaire backers are pissed their money has been wasted.

    • Chucktech

      You’d think they’d be used to that by now…

  • Sam_Handwich
    • bkmn

      But he doesn’t have thoughts, just impulses.

    • Michael Rush

      the explanations just bleed out of his wherever .

      • Todd20036

        What a blah person he is!

    • MDB

      Maybe a blood-pie in the face at his next public appearance will help him remember !!!

    • Joseph Miceli

      So, can we expect the same level of political acumen when he addresses foreign leaders?
      “King Saud is a classy guy! I know class when I see it!”
      ” Angele Merkel is one tough cookie. I tell you, when I talk to her, it’s almost like she’s one of the guys… a real tough negotiator.”
      “I respect the Jews, they have great financial sense, good businessmen. That’s why I am willing to work with Prime Minister Netanyahu to develop quality real estate opportunities on the disputed territories. “Trump West Bank” will be a class operation all the way!

    • Cherry

      Uh, nose is one syllable and wherever is two. Which word takes longer to pronouse?

  • GayOldLady

    Now I want to see @carlyfiorina send a tweet to @scottwalker, “Mr.Walker.There’s.no.excuse.for.not.saving.the.life.of.the.mother”

    • bkmn

      Don’t hold your breath.

    • Suzy

      Carly doesn’t have to give a damn about the lives of mothers. She’s a woman, so she’s automatically a feminist – isn’t that how that works? The RNC seems to think so.

      • GayOldLady

        Come to think of it that was the line that Palin tried to sell us.

        • medaka

          Fungible commodities. Sarah ultimate word salad.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvUsdmqGYV8

          • MDB

            Cariboo-Bimbo…….a leading energy expert ?!? What a maroon!
            Hahahahaha……thanks for the laugh !!!

          • medaka

            My pleasure. How perfect, right? Barbietits was even wearing her smart glasses! Ohgodplease let her be Trump’s 3rd party vp choice!

          • Chucktech

            Oh, come on. No, I don’t want that to happen. If Trump picked that breath-takingly unqualified shrew it would be such a blindingly obvious flash that he’s a joke. And all those who are taking a shine to him right now don’t, in fact, think he’s a joke.

          • Octavio

            Pobody’s nerfect.

          • NedFlaherty

            Yes, you probably do want Trump to choose Palin, because that step wouldn’t occur until after he’s nominated, and by then, it’s too late to replace him.
            It will be a glorious event, watching the T-P (toilet paper) ticket march into history.

          • Galvestonian

            Maybe Bachman ? ohhh, ooooh…wait – pick Gomert – now there is sombody that is right smart.

          • D. J.

            She matches up with Walker better. He has no degree and Palin went to so many colleges.

          • medaka
          • D. J.

            the eyes have it.

          • Michael Rush

            does anyone know where the molecules did end up going ?

          • David From Canada

            Nowhere.

  • MikeBx2

    They are desperately trying to find a way to get rid of him, but I’ve a feeling Trump is about to get serious. CRAZY serious. This is fantastic.

    • medaka

      Fantastic indeed. Boy oh boy, that “infighting is funny” tag is sure gonna get a workout this week!

    • David From Canada

      Crazy, yes. Serious, no. Trump is intellectually challenged. His mind is a semi-vacuum that can only spew out childish mumbo-jumbo. People find him an interesting novelty at present…………

      • MikeBx2

        Yes, that is certain. I meant serious in his own special way. haha

      • Steven Leahy

        I think to a lot of people who support him he’s a welcome departure from the bland play-all-sides PC politicians who say and do the same old boring things and don’t really accomplish anything. There are LOTS of people who find him charismatic and appreciate his no apologies, tell-it-as-he-sees-it style. He’d make a horrible president, far worse and more of a diplomatic wrecking ball than any in history, but I don’t see him going away.

        Crazy or not (not sure I believe he’s crazy at all so much as an egomaniac) he is a force to be reckoned with and will probably have a significant impact on the end result in this election cycle.

        • BINGO. BINGO.

          I even admire the fact that he has balls. But you don’t act like a jackass in an interview (which debates, in effect, are)…

      • Galvestonian

        Dave, maybe Canadians find him an interesting novelty … but the bigoted, moronic, dirt bag, faux Christian, faux conservative, largely uneducated sheeples that the Republicans have created since Reagan find him a hero of the Country – real class, saying it like it is, fuckin’ “A”

        • Six Pins Delores

          … but proudly ignorant Republicans have created since Reagan find him a hero of the Country – real class, saying it like it is, fuckin’ “A”
          Shorter version.

  • Frank Dash

    You created him, now deal with it.

    • medaka

      Damn! I did not download that fabulous Frankenstein image of Trump and Caraboobie. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think it was a Baddog.

      Someone please upload it again! It will come in handy over the next few months….

      • Six Pins Delores

        Remember the image and agree it would be perfection right now.

        • Todd20036

          That “monster” looks downright sexy compared to Trump

          • Six Pins Delores

            Used the Google image machine for it and came up empty…

      • B Snow

        Nothing like that on a search of “frankentrump” but it did bring up this:

      • Bad Tom

        Here ya go!

  • Jmdintpa

    lawd im so offended… ive never heard such language from a politician especially a republican. i just cant get over it. i just cant believe he would say such a thing. why i just cant believe the way he has dirtied the republican brand. i just cant take his baseless claims and insults. its just more than a god fearing christian can comprehend. if people dont show up and vote in the next election there really is no hope for this USA

  • LovesIrony

    There. are. lots. of. out. of. place. periods.

    • Chucktech

      She’s seen all those hipster children mis-use periods, she thinks it’s a thing.

      • LovesIrony

        She thought Barbara Boxer’s hair was a thing too.

      • barracks9

        Ugh. She’s still trying to make “fetch” a thing.

  • TheManicMechanic

    Trump will make it very easy for the Dems in debates, if he actually gets that far. All that is needed is an analysis of what it takes to strike the appropriate nerves, and the ideal responses from our side to send him over the edge. This would be delicious.

    • Chucktech

      I’m sure there are some busy little Dem bees working on just such button pushing schemes as we speak!

  • AtticusP

    All of these villagers with their torches and pitchforks are only going to make the Trump monster grow bigger and bigger.

    Good.

    it couldn’t happen to a more deserving bunch of people.

  • Mark

    If I thought for one second their objections and/or slams were anything but political posturing….. oh wait….times up.

  • Sam_Handwich

    At what point will Trump dump the GOP and launch his indie campaign? I wager he’ll stick around for a couple more debates to put the final nail in their coffin.

    • medaka
      • PianoGuy

        It’s cuter when little kitties talk that way…

        • geoffalnutt

          Even moose. Meese? Moose.

          • Galvestonian

            Mooses…

          • Todd20036

            I hate Meeses to Pieces!

    • Chucktech

      Oh, yeah. Trump’s not done fucking with them just yet.

    • TommyTune

      Hopefully Hill & Bill are advising him about when would be just the right moment to do that.

      • Steven Leahy

        LOL that would be wonderful if this were some great demo conspiracy fuck you – but then we all know better, he’s not faking 😉

        • Not according to my friend. #IHateOhio

        • David L. Caster

          I don’t think the Dems are crafty enough to conspire thus.

        • popebuck1

          As if anyone could convince Donald Trump to do anything he didn’t already want to do!

        • GC

          He’s megalomaniacal enough to do this all on his own.

    • CottonBlimp

      We’ve all been assuming Trump will just run as an independent, fail, and then disappear. But genuinely, what if Trump takes enough Republican voters and spends enough money to create an actual political party with more money and supporters than the actual GOP?

  • Webslinger
  • GunnaHurt

    The real “Frankenstein’s Monster” is the actual grass roots of the Republican Party. They’ve spent decades encouraging all those people, crying about “political correctness” and shit-talking Rosie O’Donnell and being sexist and homophobic and racist and pro-war… that’s who their party base IS, now. Republicans have now realized through Trump’s Meta performance that they’ve fucked themselves into a corner and this is where/who they are, now. Like it or not, GOP… this is who your following IS.

    • KCMC

      and they vote.

  • Gigi

    Whatever happened with Trump’s lawsuit re: being called the son of an orangutan by Bill Maher?

    • Mark

      I hear that after they saw Trump show his ass in the last debate – they dismissed the case.

      • Gigi

        Trump talks out of his ass so much that they had two microphones for him, one on the podium and one behind him.

  • ColdCountry

    I feel I should buy stock in Orville Redenbacher.

    • shellback

      No, no, please don’t. It’s genetically mutated. Bad. Bad. Bad. Buy organic and see what real corn tastes like.

      • Veylon

        I’ve got bad news for you. Non genetically corn looks like this:

        Poppable corn only exists after nine thousand years of genetic fiddling. The same goes for every other food you might care to eat, unless you’re big into hunting and gathering.

        • B Snow

          More fascinating stuff found here at JMG.

          We had a couple of apple trees at our house when I was a kid. The few apples we got NEVER looked like the ones at the store. :

        • JulieBL

          Wrong. You are confusing hybridization with GMOs. they are not equal.

          • Hybridization IS genetic modification, under the basest concept of the term. You’re working at the gene level with both.

            #NotBeingHonest #IHateIFLS

          • Bad Tom

            GMO means you can insert an arbitrary gene into an organism.

            Could be from a frog. (That has been done.)

            Hybridization means it came from something that nature allows to interbreed with the organism.

            Even better: once an arbitrary gene has been inserted into an organism, then nature will allow it to interbreed with similar organisms. Patented genes can then escape from GMO plants into the wild. This has also happened.

            We don’t know what we are doing. Quite literally.

            But, we will find out the consequences.
            ——-
            BTW, hashtags DO NOT WORK on Disqus. Everybody knows that, right?

          • Never stops me from using them to make a point better than if I had to type the idea out in a full sentence.

          • Bad Tom

            Or to sound very hip.

            And, they can be searchable if you take them to a platform that implements them. Like Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, or Pinterest. LinkedIn tried hashtags, but abandoned them.

            There are serious technical reasons Disqus and Blogspot may never implement hashtags.

            Twitter can only because you are severely limited in the number of arbitrary new keywords you can create in 140 characters. Google and Facebook can because of their enormous compute infrastructure that can spend huge amounts of resources calculating the reverse index. The way Instagram does it is by limiting the number of hashtags allowed per post.

            Here’s what happened when I tried to search for #BlackLivesMatter on Blogspot: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d34eee38469b2e54aecff5992494c54c764ee142227664b04affcaae12764f9c.jpg
            When I tried again, the only returned result was the header article where Joe put #BlackLivesMatter in the title. None of the comments were indexed.

            Disqus claims that Google can index Disqus comments, but the results for the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag are only the header article; none of the comments, so it appears comment indexing still does not work.

            The only thing you can do is use cntl-F to search within the page, and that only gets you comments that have been displayed.

            If you care at all, here’s an article on the science behind using hashtags.

          • I know all about searching and hashtags…I’ve got a CompTIA cert. I’m no dummy 🙂

            Thx for the article, too. I’m gonna give that a read here in a sec, anyway. I probably inundate my FB account with them, mainly because I’m just too lazy to type out an entire sentence anymore on there.

          • Bad Tom

            Adding hashtags to FB posts decreases engagement. Real world data are useful.

            For example the hashtag #IhateIFLS was impenetrable for me until I did a Google search, and puzzled out that it was a meta-hashtag criticizing the hashtag #IFLS.

            On a platform that supported hashtags, I could click the damn thing, and figure it out. On Disqus, I can’t. Really obvious hashtags might make sense. Obscure ones are obscure.
            ——-
            I’m CIO of a new data security startup. I went to MIT, and have been programming for 40 years. I never said you were a dummy.

          • Wow! I guess I really have a low opinion of people on Disqus, since the not-so best-of-the-best tends to congregate 🙂

            The one thing I *really* get cranky about with hashtags is when I have to use a single-letter word in them. Since I’m big on camel-case, it throws off the rhythm when I have to put two capital letters in a row in a way that isn’t easily understood.

          • JulieBL

            The genetic modification that results in GMOs never could happen in nature. Hybridization can (and does) happen naturally, as well as with ‘help’ from humans. I’m surprised I have to explain this.

          • My friends and I have plenty of fights with the anti-GMO crowd on Facebook…

            You’re not talking with some novice here.

      • GreatLakeSailor

        Humans have been genetically modifying plants for, I dunno, 10,000+ years. If the genmod is so the grower can dump train loads of pesticides & herbicides on the crop, then I agree. If the genmod is for something else, well, I’ll take that on a case-by-case basis.

        • Six Pins Delores

          OH you’re full of high fructose! 🙂

      • ColdCountry

        OK, I didn’t know that!

  • Tom (Winnipeg)

    The richest man in the world , whoever, can be just a bum, totally unworthy of presidential stuff.

  • Adam Schmidt

    The amazing thing is that the other candidates have been waiting for something like this… the chance to knock Trump on his ass not because of a position he took but for something he said. They can’t attack his positions because their base agrees with Trump.

    • Chucktech

      Hmmm… Doesn’t seem to be working yet…

  • Blake Jordan

    Funny how the bulk of the rethuglican base does not seem to agree with the other candidates and RNC TPTB…

  • bryan

    Carly. There. Was. An excuse. When it was Latinos. And you were. All. Silent.

    • Steven Leahy

      Hear Hear! The hypocrisy is DEAFENING.

  • Cherry

    I thought these people and Faux News didn’t care about political correctness. LOL

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    So, Caribou Barbie is fine with his misogynistic comments?
    Why so quiet Sarah? It’s not like you have a bloody chance in hell of being selected for VP. Speak up!

    • Hue-Man

      She has an excellent chance – TeaParty/GOP doesn’t believe in history and learning from your mistakes.

    • Chucktech

      She doesn’t know that yet…

    • LonelyLiberal

      Tawdry of the Tundra always agrees with the biggest dog. She’ll get around to criticizing him when his star is descending, then she’ll glom onto the new top ranker.

      • Octavio

        She’s a typical size queen.

        • JulieBL

          lol…..

        • Bad Tom

          More like a lamprey eel.

  • David From Canada

    The more they criticize Trump, the more he will keep up his usual antics. He’s like a Carnival Barker looking for attention. The Circus has come to town.

    • danolgb

      The more likely he’ll run as an independent too, which would be the best thing ever.

  • geoffalnutt

    The GOP is rending itself apart even more profoundly than I ever imagined. This has been an unspeakably wonderful year…on so many levels…politically especially. Tears of joy.

  • Michael Hampton

    What does Megyn Kelly deserve respect for? Making a profit from judging people? She’s a thinner and prettier Nancy Grace.

  • JustDucky

    “There is no excuse for accusing a woman of having her period! However, it is totally cool to murder her by denying her a life saving abortion.”
    -Republican Party

    • Octavio

      Is that a GOP bumper sticker? 🙂

  • skeptical_inquirer

    I’ll roll my damn eyes at the fuss when they blithely ignore that their policies make it harder and harder for regular women to live in society.

    Notice they never freaking tweet about the fact that we still don’t have paid maternity leave unlike almost every other developed country in the damn world. So they can take their faux concern and choke on it.

  • Octavio

    Stephen King has created a fresh campaign slogan for Trump,”If you’re white you’re alright, but a different hue I don’t trust you.” I’m confused. Is King supporting Trump or no?

  • Sam_Handwich
    • Six Pins Delores

      That looks like Megyns tamper proof box.

  • GreatLakeSailor

    Walker: I agree. There is no excuse for Trump not using the preaproved dog whistle. Trump is saying out loud what we Republicans have been dog whistling for 3, maybe 4, decades. How dare he.

  • Steven Leahy

    LOL oh whatever, The fake outrage is hilarious. He says what these people have been thinking and feeling as a group forever, just in a less pretty package. Fucking hypocrites.

    • Six Pins Delores

      And it is faux gold trim beautiful!

  • FWFE

    Scott Walker taking a stand? Well, that’d be the first time he’s taken a position on anything in this campaign so far. So, where were you standing last night Scott Walker? No, that’s right…wait for the woman Fiorina to strike back first, and then BOLDLY follow her lead. What a fuckwad fetus-eater.

    Not ONE of the supposed “top-tier” candidates had the balls to stand up to Trump last night. Bush? Rubio? Cruz? All timid, meek cowards. You think dealing with Putin or ISIS would be easier?

  • canoebum

    I want him to stay in the GOP race until the convention. After he doesn’t get the nomination, (or even a speaking slot) due to backroom GOP chicanery, he’ll viciously turn on them and start his independent run. I’m hoping for Total Chaos. Huge Total Chaos.

    • JulieBL

      Hecky-darn, I’d even buy a Tee-Vee and subscribe to cable to be able to watch that!!

    • Todd20036

      If he doesn’t get the nomination, even after winning lots of states, he really would be an independent, and, I’d bet, get more votes than the GOP nominee.

  • 2guysnamedjoe

    Well done, Repubs! It only took you 40 years to realize Trump’s a pig.

  • Steven Leahy

    What exactly has Carly Fiorina EVER done to promote improvements in women’s issues? Talk about hollow, empty, meaningless bites of outrage.

    http://thinkprogress.org/election/2015/05/04/3653695/no-carly-fiorinas-candidacy-doesnt-negate-war-women/

  • Galvestonian

    The Republican political whores, hacks, big thinkers and not so big thinkers are just trying their damnest to get him out of the race.

  • StraightGrandmother

    C’mon Trump anybody who actually listen’s to the audio can TELL you don’t mean her nose. You Def meant that she was on her period. The audio is available for ALL to listen to. This backpedaling isn’t going to work. We all can hear the audio.
    Your FAT MOUTH has shown you to be the asshole that you are.

    • Six Pins Delores

      GeeZuss! Trump is a gift from GAWD. Don’t try to end it!

      • Steven Leahy

        LOL best present we could have hoped for.

        • Six Pins Delores

          Like an early August after 26June15 kristmass present that won’t quit…

  • Stev84

    They are just using anything they can to bring down Trump because he is polling so well. When you do some research, you’ll probably see that many of them have said similar things.

    • Steven Leahy

      That’s my issue with it. These types of comments against a whole slew of targets are a dime a dozen among this crowd. Where was Kelly’s and Fiorina’s outrage then?

  • ChadSF

    It’s the poison they created. No one’s to blame but themselves.

  • Ninja0980

    The more blowback he gets, the more support he gets.
    Got to love it.

  • Gordon.

    Big surprise: They’re SHOCKED at the things Trump said at the debate, ONLY because HE got all the press. Now, they’ll all try to be more outrageous than Trump. Huckabee already got a head start, claiming that Social Security is in trouble because pimps and prostitutes don’t pay into it.

    • ..and the people who make over 110K who don’t have to pay on the balance? Not like they think that far, though 😀

  • Steven Leahy

    Well the GOOD news is that any headway the repubs were making with vilifying Hillary or Bernie to gain traction has now been totally eviscerated, at least for now.

  • All I see is a fat Donald octopus with 16 guppies trying to swallow him whole.

  • The Professor

    Yes, calling an entire country a bunch of rapists and murderers is fine. But accusing a Fox News hottie of acting like she is on the rag and it causes outrage and a broken Twitter? Puh. Leeze.

    As for Fiorina, regarding your tenure at HPQ: There. Is. No. Excuse.

  • crusaderrabbit