Trump: All You Loser Deviants Are Totally Misinterpreting Meaning Of “Wherever”

And yes, it does change fonts halfway through.

  • LonelyLiberal

    Is that bananas or crackers?

    I’m gonna call it bananas because I don’t care for bananas and I’m slightly allergic to them.

    • Sam_Handwich

      wow, what sort of reaction do you get from bananas? i’ve never heard anyone say that before.

      • LonelyLiberal

        It’s quite minor, but annoying enough that I don’t eat them. Uncooked, the insides of my ears, nose, and mouth itch a bit. Cooked, the problem goes away (but I still don’t care for them so I avoid them anyway).

        It lasts an hour or two, and taking a Benadryl or other antihistamine stops the reaction very quickly. I never get tight throat, difficulty breathing, or any of the nasty stuff.

        My doctor said it’s just an oddball allergy and, since it isn’t serious, nothing to really worry about.

        • Sam_Handwich

          i get that same “itchy in my ears” thing (which is hard to explain to people) from a few foods….uncooked pineapple is one. walnuts and pecans, on the other hand, are worse for me.

          • LonelyLiberal

            Whereas I’d go nuts if I couldn’t eat pineapple. Just the smell can entice me from across the room. 🙂

            Bananas are it for me, I have no other food allergies I’ve ever noticed. Suffice to say I’m careful not to get stranded on desert islands.

            And yes, trying to explain that the insides of your ears itch–behind the eardrum–is almost impossible to explain. Plus impossible to scratch, but that’s another story.

          • Sam_Handwich

            as a kid i would get the inside ear itch from Campbell’s tomato soup! but that went away

          • bkmn

            Wine with sulfates used to make me sneeze uncontrollably. Luckily I outgrew that allergy/reaction. More wine?

          • LonelyLiberal

            Please! I should probably warn you that wine makes me…affectionate.

          • Steven Leahy

            I go nuts if I can’t eat nuts. Ahem, tree nuts.

          • Mark

            I know exactly what you mean on the inner ear itch – god I hate that!!!

          • JulieBL

            Eustachian tubes – the connection from the throat to the ears (and why youngsters get ear infections).

          • Frostbite

            Ever been tested for food allergies? I get the same reaction from fresh apples, peaches, cherries, watermelon, quite a few others. Not citrus at all. Cooked is fine. Can’t eat nuts at all. Got tested. Did shots for years. Didn’t help. Just can’t eat any of those now.

          • Sam_Handwich

            i got tested for allergies, but didn’t want to go through the treatment for years. food allergies are very difficult to get rid of, i just avoid the stuff that bothers me. and for the rest, seasonal stuff, there’s Claritin!

          • LonelyLiberal

            Oh, yeah, seasonal. Right now, my nose is dripping down into the divot in my upper lip.

            If I were a bottom, I’d say I were full.

          • John30013

            Did you know that divot has a name? It’s called a philtrum.

          • barracks9

            That’s one of my favorite anatomy words – and I find myself staring as some men whose philtrum are particularly striking. Odd, huh?

          • John30013

            Claritin quit working for me a couple years ago. Now I take a Zyrtec daily, and it seems to work pretty well for me.

          • Sam_Handwich

            i started with Zyrtec, mostly because my allergist would load me up with free samples. i think it worked better for me, but not sure there is a generic version, so i stick with the store brand Claritin.

          • BearEyes

            Cetirizine is a pretty good alternative.

          • John30013

            The generic version is called cetirizine. I just picked up a 300-ct bottle at BJ’s Wholesale club.

        • clay

          I just drink a cup of coffee to clear it out.

    • Treg Brown

      I have the same reaction to bananas AND avocado. It doesn’t stop me from eating them, because as you said, it’s just minor itching.

  • grada3784

    And in really unbelievable breaking news it seems that a South Carolina police officer has shot an unarmed WHITE teenager.

    • LonelyLiberal

      He was probably going for a weapon and deserved it, the…

      (screech) Wait, what, white? Killer cop.

      • skeptical_inquirer

        It’s been pointed out that the #AllLivesMatter people haven’t said a peep about this. It goes to show that they don’t give a frack about cop violence at all.

        • grada3784

          I don’t know when this happened. I’d assume last night without further input at this time.
          I just heard about it in the last hour, so I’d give them a little time to respond.

      • grada3784

        Now you know why it’s filed under unbelievable news.

      • Balderdashing

        Follow the decision flowchart! (Almost said “loser”, being caught up in the Trumpgeist.)

  • Sam_Handwich

    Lindsey Graham:

    “Everything is being placed in jeopardy by the antics of Mr. Trump and we’re at a crossroads as a party,” Graham said.

    “The good news is that 24 million people watched the Republican debate. The bad news is that 24 million people watched the Republican debate.”

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2015/08/08/graham-says-trump-is-inflicting-permanent-damage-on-gop-urges-party-leaders-to-stop-tip-toeing/

    • Steven Leahy

      I think this event will backfire on Fox and the republicans as an entity; it will solidify support for Trump among those who like him and push others away. More likely than ever we’ll have an extremely divided R. party and maybe even an independent run which will ensure their defeat

      • Hal

        My guess is that the GOP is going to insult Trump one time too many and he will break away and form a third party. I think that all this drama is entertainment for Trump and it keeps the spotlight on him.

        • Steven Leahy

          Agree, he thrives on it and feeds on it. If you read a lot of the more conservative commentary a lot of the animus is directed at Kelly for asking inappropriate questions and instigating. Agree with them or not, I think this will play in Trump’s favor.

          • noni

            Megan Kelly never gave a hoot about anyone calling women names when it suited her role at Fox News. Her questions were so “libtard”, no one believes her.

          • 2karmanot

            Did you mean liztard?

          • another_steve

            I don’t think he’s stupid enough to run as a third-party candidate.

            I suspect that, as we speak, there are “behind the scenes” negotiations going on between him and the RNC.

            Something along the lines of “I want assurances that I’ll be designated either the party’s VP pick or given a Cabinet post under whichever Republican wins the White House. Give me that and I’ll go away.”

          • Steven Leahy

            Nah, not with him – he’s too arrogant to play a secondary role to anyone. He wants the nomination and to be elected, no matter how he has to achieve that (in my opinion).

          • bkmn

            tRump probably doesn’t talk to Rinse, only to the billionaires that want him out.

          • Bad Tom

            Trump being the VP pick would be just as poisonous as being the Presidential candidate. Look what Sara Palin did for John McCain.

            What Cabinet post he possibly imagines himself suitable for I really don’t know. Treasury? (Shudder) Defense (Possibly worse.)

            Interior might be least bad, but still plenty bad; after all we’ve had Secretaries of the Interior who felt that since we were in the End Times, conservation of resources was pointless. (James Watt, I’m lookin’ at you.)

          • another_steve

            Lol. Yeah…James Watt. I remember that. The proverbial “fox guarding the henhouse.”

            You may be right about Trump being seen as too toxic to be the VP pick. But who knows — if things are going really badly for the Republicans next year (e.g., the economy continues improving or more people express satisfaction with Obamacare), the RNC might resort to a Hail Mary strategy.

          • Bad Tom
        • Gerry Fisher

          He’s having a *ball*. Waaaay too much fun to completely walk away.

          • Six Pins Delores

            It can be embarrassing to walk away while sporting a big tent in your pants.

          • The WITCH

            Somehow I suspect Mr. Trump has a small tent. A wee-wee tee-pee pee-pee.

        • Cuberly

          I may be overstating it, but I’m tending to think third party is a given now.

          Not that it’ll be particularly successful, but how can Trump maintain the facade of GOP support when he’s busy driving their clown bus over the cliff.

          • TampaDink

            We live in hope.

          • another_steve

            Cuberly — What, in your opinion, could possibly be his motivation to run as a third-party candidate?

            Of course, if he’s clinically insane, all bets are off. If he genuinely believes he has a chance of winning, then we’re in the realm of mental illness — and “end of story” with regard to motive.

            I don’t think he’s insane, though.

            Do you?

          • GayOldLady

            Don’t forget Trump is big on “getting even”. He might throw away a couple of billion dollars just to say “I told ya so”.

          • Cuberly

            I agree.

            Without batting an eye he brushed away the bankruptcy question in the debate by saying he just took advantage of the laws the government has in place.

            I don’t think he thinks of “winning” in the same way most non-“billionaires” do.

          • Six Pins Delores

            Regardless of Trumps political thought, Winning! 🙂

          • GayOldLady

            I think he’s worth about 12 Billion. The total spent on the 2012 Campaigns of Obama & Romney combined, PAC money included, was 7 billion. This guy is so vainglorious he’s very likely to do it.

          • Cuberly

            Yep, it’s all unfolding as we speak and it’s not looking good for the RNC.

            http://www.out.com/sites/out.com/files/young-julianne-moore-laughing.gif

          • Bad Tom

            Chump change to him. And the chump is us.

          • Cuberly

            Well, Trump just fired his Mini-Me. An advisor just as if not more loathesome as Trump.

            https://twitter.com/RogerJStoneJr/status/630090813813428225

            At the debates he stated if the RNC didn’t treat him right he’d use the threat of a third party defection as leverage.

            He’s officially flaunting Fox, the GOP media marketing network. Fringe dirt-bags like Erikson are bailing, more talking heads on Fox are bailing.

            So, he’s alienating a huge segment of the GOP election ops machine. And yet, his poll numbers are still high. He’s been successful at playing his douchery off as being anti-PC.

            The ball is in his court. Yeah, there’s maybe a stare-down going on between Trump and the RNC/TP/Koch machine, but Trump is the one with a lot of crazy behind him. And crazy is currency for the GOP.

            See what I mean?

          • B Snow

            Does megalomania count as insanity?

          • another_steve

            Lol. I’d say “yes.”

          • GayOldLady

            The answer is probably, yes!

          • David Walker

            I think he has a lot more ego than sense, so him starting a third party is entirely probable. He certainly has the money to get it off the ground, and considering his base seems to be the same that gives unquestioningly to the religious scammers and those who think beer when they hear “six pack,” he’d have financial support to election day.

          • another_steve

            Oh my lordy, David… I’ll be setting up a small altar in my bedroom and will be asking whatever deity is listening to PLEASE PLEASE make Donald Trump run as a third party candidate.

            A brief prayer to whatever chronic undifferentiated deity is listening:

            ————–

            O Flapping Thing with Wings, glorious in the sort of schmatta that only glorious things wear, we ask that you intervene and make The Donald run as a third party candidate.

            We also ask that you put an end to our frequent daytime and nighttime urinating.

            How can we fully honor you, O White-Robed One, if we have to spend half our lives peeing?

            We ask this in the name of anyone or anything with miraculous powers that are unencumbered by specific requirements as to performance and reliability.

            Amen.

          • Piet

            Thank you Steve. You put my thoughts into exactly the right words.

          • bambinoitaliano

            That’s what I don’t get. He did not have superpac or the support of the other billionaires. He lost quite a few endorsement of his own branding. I would thought if anything he would try to use this as an opportunity to cash in on the publicity. What’s his end game? A promise from the Clintons of a lucrative deal later?

          • another_steve

            “A promise from the Clintons of a lucrative deal later?”

            I can’t imagine the Clintons touching him in any way.

            He’s toxic.

          • bambinoitaliano

            I would not put it pass the Clinton slyly nudging the dumb dumb into throwing his hat into the circus. He love to have his ego stroke.

          • John T

            You don’t need to imagine it. Here they are at Trump’s wedding.

          • Steve Teeter

            Even Teddy Roosevelt couldn’t manage a third party victory in 1912, and he was the most popular politician in the country.

        • Ontogenesis

          We can only hope. I dream of a Ross Perot-effect.

        • james_from_cambridge

          Read further down on Joe about the chaos the Redstate disinvite is causing. Breitbart is now at war with Erickson and the whole conservative movement is in chaos! Not to mention the fact that Trump is still spending all his time attacking Fox News and his fellow conservatives…I can’t believe I’m saying this but…thank you Jesus for Trump!

          Also, with every second that passes, I’m more and more certain the Clintons and Trump are in on this. The Clintons may be a tad too conservative for my tastes but they are brilliant fucking politicians!

          https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/30/0c/f9/300cf9043f530a8e3221e9bf58a272ba.gif

          • Cuberly

            It’s in chaos everywhere. There’s even some saying they where for Cruz but that he was so bad in the debates he can’t win. They bag on Carly, Erikson, Fox, the RNC……it’s gettin good!

          • james_from_cambridge

            The good news for Cruz is, it’s not possible for him to go much lower than the 1% he was already at before the debate.

          • Cuberly

            Yep, and less that a few months ago, Cruz was their golden boy.

      • gaymex

        “Legitimate rape” moments probably increase support among republican primary voters, so I too think this will backfire on Fox and benefit Trump, who enjoys the attention.

      • bambinoitaliano

        If nothing else the tea partiers get to see how the rethuglicans operate. Unfortunately, they just shifted their blind rage from the liberals to the rethuglicans for the time being. The goal here is to use Trump to wipe out the rethuglicans and rid of the crazies. Perhaps a saner republican will emerge from all these?

        • Six Pins Delores

          Ummm, sanity from the right wing is not possible.

        • Steven Leahy

          Long-term, you might be right, because present republican course is likely untenable considering demographic trends and especially the reality of economic disparity and hardship. Short term, I see them galvanizing into camps and his support base actually strengthening.

          • bambinoitaliano

            If Trump managed to draw the tea partiers into his camp. He might just establish a sustainable independent party. While the real Republican might have a space between Democrat and the teaters.

          • Steven Leahy

            I hope/think at some point we’ll see significant multi-party representation in the future, and likely lots of coalitions being formed dependent on issues like we see in other countries.

          • bambinoitaliano

            As long as the billionaires get diluted into multiple fractions I’m okay with that. Let the giants fight among themselves. No more dozens of crazy candidates in one clown car.

          • Six Pins Delores

            HOW DARE you lower the U.S. to “other countries”?

          • Steve Teeter

            My name is Teeter. Don’t insult me like that.

        • D. J.

          I wish all this was happening closer to the election.

          • bambinoitaliano

            Yup if this is 2016, Hillary is a shoe in by November. The good thing is the Democrat can continue to build it’s base while the rethuglicans are fighting among each other.

          • GayOldLady

            If you remember 2012, it was one thing after another with their field of candidates throughout the election cycle. First it was Mr. 999 and the revelation of his sexual harassment. Then it was Rick Perry’s obvious problems with remembering, a lot of which looked to the world like drugs or alcohol. Then there was Newt and his “Moon Colony” moment that made him sound disconnected from reality and finally Mitt Romney and the “trees are just the right height in Michigan” and his traveling with his family dog in a carrier on his car roof, and his tax return issues, and finally his 49% comment. These guys are all TOXIC. Sometimes I think we could nominate Poppa Smurf and win.

          • clay

            also, Bachmann, Paul, and the Christie defection.

    • Gerry Fisher

      >“I think we’ve crossed that Rubicon, where his behavior becomes about us, not just him,” Graham said.

      mmm-hmmm!

      • Cuberly

        Yep, imagine that.

        Guess they wish they had the capability to just, “shut it(Trump) down”. Guess they’re having their Todd Akin moment very very early in the process this time.

        • Six Pins Delores

          No worries. At this moment Senator Lindsey is tossing back another Mint Julep and content playing with his toy soldiers.

          • TampaDink

            Those poor plastic little green men.
            Lindsay sends them into Iran every time he plays with them…and himself.

          • Six Pins Delores

            Being a fire bug as a kid, I had a penchant to melt them on my sisters Barbie doll over our gas stove when she pissed me off.

          • TampaDink

            I wonder what Lindsay Belle would melt them onto. I’m thinking that his first choice would be his “toys”.

          • Six Pins Delores

            That garbage scow? WTFK?

          • TampaDink

            Is “garbage scow” Lindspeak for dildo?

          • bkmn

            Let me guess. All of Lindsey’s toy soldiers are anatomically correct.

          • TampaDink

            In his mind….and in his fingers.

          • bkmn

            I’m sure he duggars them frequently.

          • TampaDink

            I wouldn’t be surprised….at this point, I wouldn’t be surprised if he went full Duggar on his sister/1st choice among his “rotation of first ladies”.

          • Six Pins Delores

            Using his greasy fingers and turning them over and over desperate for the proper satisfying angle.

    • Six Pins Delores

      Well I do deClaiYa!

    • Michael Rush

      three times as many people watched the debate
      as watched Duck Dynasty at it’s peak .
      God Bless America !!!

      • MBear

        most were watching for the drinking game, perhaps…?

        • Michael Rush

          it had to be 1/3 of the numbers .

          If there was an episode of Duck Dynasty where Phil Robertson got shot in the ass even I would have watched that .

      • Cmon, watching that horrorshow isnt support

    • Michael Rush
      • noni

        sad little debbie

        • Octavio

          Little Debbie’s cakes ain’t as sweet as they used to be. I wonder why?

          • TampaDink

            Poor hygiene?

          • Michael Rush

            he had a mole looked at recently, and the doctor told him that, due to the extent of its irregular borders, he’s flirting with a melanoma. ( wah wahhhh )

          • TampaDink

            That explains it….or explains something.

          • Octavio

            Ewww! (probably)

          • bambinoitaliano

            Aspartame?

          • noni

            I suspect sorbitol.

          • bambinoitaliano

            Stevia?

          • Robincho

            Two-line memo for Debbie G. Crackuh:

            1) Your slip is showing.
            2) Your show is slipping.

      • GayOldLady

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94VaLGzoPRo
        Jon Stewart does Debbie!!!!

        • Steven Leahy

          LOL that was awesome

    • noni

      Lindsaybelle is worried about the “antics” of Mr. Trump.

      Lindsaybelle you’ve been pulling antics ever since you’ve been a congresslady.

    • JT

      It’s about time for permanent damage to be inflicted on the GOP. If that’s what he’s doing, then good.

  • Bj Lincoln

    Trump is and was an ass. When you talk about women and blood coming from ‘whatever’ one tends to think about her period. That is gross. I can’t believe anyone thought Trump won this debate. It wasn’t really a debate. At least not like any I’ve ever seen before. The entire ‘debate’ and the GOP are fucking morons and WILL lose the election.

    • Steven Leahy

      Agree it didn’t bear any resemblance to an actual debate, more like a reality TV show. I guess we should stop referring to it as a “debate” since it wasn’t.

      • Frostbite

        “Reality show” describes the whole republican party.

        • noni

          Republicans have had to rely on their “Reality Show” politics to distract their voters from real issues. Trump is distracting the “Reality Show” distraction with his own “Reality Show”.

          Fox ain’t the only ones that can put on a “Reality Show”

      • Soren456

        Or, if you refer to it as a “debate,” always include quote marks around the word.

      • noni

        Nothing on Fox has ever been a debate.

    • Cuberly

      It was a calculated attempt to cull the GOP candidate herd. And it failed.

      And the one people are still talking about is, yep.

    • i agree completely. In a futile aside, I personally question the assumed heteroness of allegedly manly women-hating men like Trump and McCain who can only date/ marry actual beauty contest winners and pro bikini models, and then only for a few years at a time. Puh-lease!

  • AtticusP

    “I’m Hillary Clinton, and I approve this message…”

  • daveinsf

    I am loving Donald Trump right now. I cannot get enough of him. He is like a runaway train. Go Donald go…….. Keep running, keep talking, keep debating, keep tweeting.

  • Suzy

    This man will be the death of me, but what a wonderful way to go.

  • Steven Leahy

    He’s right in that there is a HUGE amount of hypocrisy among that whole camp.

  • ScottJL

    I have to agree with him on this, when he said “whatever” a period is not the first thing I thought of. Just interesting a lot of people go there first, but somehow he’s to blame. Americans are such a screwed up lot when it comes to sex parts.

    • John30013

      I didn’t watch the debate, so I didn’t see him make this statement. I didn’t observe Ms. Kelley’s demeanor or tone firsthand, but I doubt she had blood coming out of any orifice.

      That said, I also believe Trump probably wasn’t making a reference to menstruation, but his ambiguous statement left room for his opponents to “fill in the blank”. Trump’s previous and subsequent comments dismissing “political correctness” and complaining about her harsh questioning (which could be interpreted as alluding to PMS) also play into the theme his opponents are trying to push.

      Of course, in politics, even if you say exactly what you mean, people will feel free to (intentionally) misinterpret you for their own purposes.

    • clay

      But then there’s this:

      “In a late-night interview with the Guardian, Erickson said he initially approached Trump’s campaign about the Kelly statement and that “they wouldn’t deny” it was a reference to menstruation.”

      http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/aug/08/donald-trump-black-balled-by-conservatives-over-menstruation-comment

    • CanuckDon

      Same here. The guy has got major run-of-the-mouth disease.I actually believe that he didn’t mean it the way others are interpreting it….and now, I’m going to go bang my thumb with a hammer for having supported this clamouring idiot.

      • People4Humanity

        ouch?

    • another_steve

      Lol. It was a “dog whistle” to his misogynist male base, Scott.

      They knew / know exactly what he meant.

      • ScottJL

        Plausible deniability. He wins no matter what the interpretation, which is exactly what he wants. Doesn’t matter what he actually meant, you interpret it how you want.

  • Blake Jordan

    I hope all this does not end before it secures the White House will have yet another democratic resident.

  • skeptical_inquirer

    The Republicans have nobody but themselves to blame for this. If they didn’t want someone like Trump, they should never have constructed the base they have and encouraged its worst inclinations and prejudices.

    • RoFaWh

      lIt’s just another example of the right not thinking through the possible side effects of their stunts.

      They are people to whom “cutting off one’s nose to spite one’s face” is no big deal.

      • skeptical_inquirer

        I also think that they thought that Citizens United would be a spigot of consequence-free money for them only to find out that even whack-a-doodle candidate with no chance of winning will run if they can scrounge up an equally whack-a-doodle sugar daddy.

    • LovesIrony

      they liked his crazy when he banshied the birth certificate rhetoric.

    • D. J.

      Goldwater warned them. Ralph Reed getting caught up in the Abrimoff (?) scandal should have been a hint. I could go on…..and on.

  • Gustav2

    The Roger Ailes’ assassination of the possibility of Trump maintaining anything above 20% is complete.

    And Trump helped.

    • Frostbite

      Really? He’s polling just as high as before.

      • Sam_Handwich

        i’m waiting for the next couple of polls … my guess is he doesn’t move more than 2 or 3 points in either direction

        • bkmn

          Agree. He has pretty much tapped out the base and people on the fence will not likely pile on.

          • Sam_Handwich

            but he’ll remain on top. i can’t see anyone else breaking through in the short term anyway…

          • Frostbite

            And hopefully they don’t.

          • bkmn

            I get the feeling Jebya is asking his older brother to talk to his Russian friend Vlad to see if he could arrange an “accident” to happen to tRump.

          • robirob

            Why go so far? Jebya should ask Dick Cheney to take Donald Trump on a hunting trip.

            Do we really have to outsource every job in this country?

      • Gustav2

        won’t last

      • Gustav2

        No poll is accurate right now, it just happened. Wait until all the Sunday shows weigh in and then a week of Fox News calling Trump a shit.

  • bkmn

    The beast they coddled and breast fed has grown up and is now threatening to tear them down from the inside. Too bad they ejected all the adults from their party long ago.

    • TampaDink

      Even the donald himself has taken issue with breast feeding…..serves them all right. I just hope that it continues to serve them their just desserts all the way through the 2016 victory of Hillary….or Bernie.

  • LovesIrony

    “… Erick a total loser,…”

  • Cuberly

    That’s it Trumpy boy, lay into it. Put some real juice in your anti-PC attacks, that’s it.

    http://i.imgur.com/vgTOair.gif

    Bwahahahahahaha…….

  • MikeBx2

    If it wasn’t for the fact that so many unnecessarily lost their lives, I’d say this infighting and continued implosion is almost worth those maddening W. Bush years.

  • TexasBoy

    Hey Fox and the GOP…How’s that cute little “Rebelous Tea Party” group you created just for fun workin’ out for ya?

  • Peeping Tom

    Trump is gonna like this German love song “Erika”. It was converted into WWII march song. Keep an eye on guys with blonde hair and blue
    eyes. Strange….Video synchronizes drums
    to artillery fire. JMG this is fun, fun, fun.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1sEt3NjHNA

    • KCMC

      canon porn. like more than is reasonable.

    • LonelyLiberal

      Needs more military gay sex.

    • Silver Badger

      The tune is catchy. Is there an English version?

    • Six Pins Delores

      Feuerland? That SUCKED! It’s no wonder that the Allies won the war.

    • Bluto

      Needs more cowbell.

  • StuckNtexas

    He’s a loser, but what’s really disturbing is that there are apparently so many people who would actually consider voting for him for POTUS. THAT is what is truly scary.

    • noni

      What Republican isn’t a loser?

    • robirob

      The slight danger I see is that he isn’t just riling up the Tea Party members and the loyal viewers from Fox News. The media coverage of his antics could potentially turn into what happened with Toronto’s mayor Rob Ford (the outer boroughs of Toronto voted for Rob Ford to stick it to the metropolitan area). US citizens who wouldn’t dream of voting (because they are disillusioned from the whole two party system and its puppet theatrics) get so riled up that they’d vote for Donald Trump as a joke or to stick it to the GOP and the Democratic Party.

      Sometimes I do worry that USA has become a very spiteful nation.

  • Silver Badger

    How nice to see one not politically correct person savage another. Gotta luv the GOP.

  • noni

    This makes as much sense as anything said by the rest of the Republicans. They are all a joke and Trump is simply exposing them.

    Presidential elections in the US are a farce.

    Bernie is trying to get back to talking about real issues, but Americans have never seen that ever occur during a Presidential campaign so they have no idea there is anything different than the phony way campaigns are run.

  • bryan

    Top comment on the Daily Mail, with over a 1000 likes : ‘Megan Kelly is a Marxist’. (ha)

    • TampaDink

      The (sadly ironic) reason that has received so many likes is because most of them were also very fond of the Marx brothers.

    • Kenneth Hwang

      Did you expect more from Daily Mail, though? They attack one community once every two weeks, women, the LGBTs, the Polish, the Romanians, the poor, the sick, the war veterans, the dead….. By the time Christmas comes, they’ll try to shame St Nicholas for being a terrorist for flying over British sky unreported, and Pooh Bear for lodging and being an illegal immigrant in the hundred acres wood (courtesy of Peter O’Doherty).

  • TexasBoy

    I’m hoping for a Trump independent run, dividing the “conservative” vote block and assuring a Clinton win.

    • TampaDink

      I’d be just as happy if Trump somehow actually gets the GOP nomination….and several of the others from their clown bus run as independents….either way would be to our benefit.

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      I think the threat of running as an independent it Trump’s way of blackmailing the GOP into giving him the nomination.

  • Fyva Prold

    The statement is B-A-N-A-N-A-S, and his minions are eating it up.

  • THAT WAS FOR REAL?!?!

    I saw the statement on Twitter and figured it was an Onion gag. (Not up to their usual standard in terms of humor. Or grammar.)

    And Trump is still on top in the polls? Okay, now I’m getting scared… our only hope might be that his supporters are too stupid to find their way to a polling place on election day.

    • Steven Leahy

      The key for us is splitting the republican party – rest assured they most definitely can and will find their way to the polling places. 2014 midterms were evidence of that.

  • D. J.

    Trump should read JMG. He would have added to the list of Erickson’s past statements.

  • delk

    Remember, these tea-tards made a ‘hero’ out of Joe the Plumber.
    Trump the Billionaire is in another league.

    Let the reaping begin.

  • bambinoitaliano

    I’m not a fan of snakes but if there’s an infestation of rodents in my place. I am okay to release one python to eradicate those pest. Sometimes it’s the most effective way to let nature work it out.

    • Sam_Handwich

      stop threatening to unleash that big snake of yours, and just do it! 😀

      • bambinoitaliano

        The snake has to be starve to be effective 😛

      • I was thinking the same thing! We both have dirty minds!

        • TampaDink

          Dirty minds….you say that like its a bad thing. ☺

  • bambinoitaliano

    I feel guilty and dirty and corrupted liking Donald Trump now. Though my feelings for him has a best before date and can be pull off shelf at any given notice.

  • D. J.

    Wait until it’s Starnes’ turn.

  • John Ruff

    I still think he’s a blast. And let’s be clear, he’s nothing more than a ringer planted by the DNC. Brilliant move on their part

    • Reality.Bites

      In order for Trump to be a ringer he’d have to be 100% trustworthy. And nothing in his past indicates that’s the case

  • I heard the clip of the Trump comment, and no matter what he claims now, what he said was a suggestion that Megyn was mean to him because she must be (to use another one) “on the rag.”
    Considering the fact that the GOP has been maintaining an open and notorious war on women for many years, the “base” that supports Trump must be lapping this stuff up, despite the pretentious attitudes of the kinds of bastards who pretend to be genteel while they are busy opposing progress in women’s issues..
    None of the other candidates had the gumption to get on Trump’s case about it, either – they all know that they would be offending the base and making Trump stronger.

    • Sam_Handwich
      • Hip Byroads

        Says he who said this, just the other day:

        “We should, and the next president should defund Planned Parenthood. I have the benefit of having been governor, and we did defund Planned Parenthood when I was governor. We tried to create a culture of life across the board. The argument against this is, well, women’s health issues are going to be — you’re attacking — it’s a war on women, and you’re attacking women’s health issues. You could take dollar for dollar, although I’m not sure we need a half a billion dollars for women’s health issues.”

        That’s his idea of bringing “us” together.

        • TampaDink

          This is what I immediately thought of when Jebya weighed in on this kerfluffle.

          • BudClark

            Two words:

            TERRI SCHIAVO

          • Max_1

            But he said he’s on the side of women…

          • bkmn

            White women who have Republican husbands maybe. The rest of them, not so much.

          • TampaDink

            Well, he has (at least 3x) been on the side of a brown woman with a republican husband. Evidence: George P., Noelle, & Jeb Jr..

          • Cuberly

            Is that like a Duggar side hug?

          • TampaDink

            Whereas daughter, Noelle’s arrests were “private family matters & there would be no further comment”….poor Michael & Terri Schiavo were dragged by Jebya from the FL Supreme Court to D.C. & then to Vatican City.

        • BudClark

          I’d like to bring him together with a LARGE trans-anal ultra-sound probe.

          • Fyva Prold

            Ultrasound optional.

    • SockMikey

      Especially of note is that Erick Erickson the guy that banned Trump from Red State talk is just as bad as Trump in his comments on women.

    • Steven Leahy

      Your middle paragraph – 100% accurate. That’s why I have a hard time doing anything but yawning at all this feigned “outrage”

  • another_steve

    All scumbag politicians attempt to parse the words when they get caught.

    Who here remembers Bill Clinton’s “It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is” ?

    • BudClark

      Bill Clinton with his pants down and his dick hard is still 1000 times the man that Donald Trump is.

      What are Trump’s charitable and diplomatic acccomplishments?

      (crickets)

      • anne marie in philly

        RAMEN, bro!

      • another_steve

        I agree totally, BC.

        I consider Bill Clinton a terrible scumbag, but he accomplished quite a bit in office. I won’t deny that.

        Regarding DADT and DOMA, well, his punishment is that they are part of his legacy.

        I wish for him peace, though — and I wish for his wife the office of President of the United States.

  • SockMikey

    JuryAssTick Pork

    T-Rump escapes creators!
    .

  • Balderdashing

    A candidate so confrontational and so easily causing outrage with offhand, insensitive comments (as well as holding overt personal grudges) is not fit to be our Commander in Chief and ambassador to the world, nor even be suitable for a lesser public office. How can the GOP seriously be backing Trump as a viable candidate?? How can so many people agree? Is this the best crop that the GOP has to offer us? Do they absolutely want to lose the coming presidential election and shoot down their candidates for other offices as well?

    I certainly hope so.

    • Reality.Bites

      Trump could get Switzerland to wdeclare ar on you

      • Steven Leahy

        Yeah he’d be a diplomatic nightmare.

    • BudClark

      The Republicans care not for our country or the world. All they care about is money, power, and the one percent.

    • B Snow

      The GOP doesn’t want him. The Tea Party does, because they don’t believe in things like diplomacy, tact, or higher education. They want someone who isn’t a politician, who will say what he thinks, even if what he thinks is insulting or even factually incorrect. Because that shows authenticity or Real-American-ness or something.

    • the gop isnt backing him, Fox is. More’s the pity that the difference has become so hard to distinguish

  • Sam_Handwich
    • TampaDink

      Give them time. Faux Noise Sundae might book him yet. They do love attention….just like the donald.

      • Sam_Handwich

        i dunno…which does Donald cherish more – attention or his grudges?

        • TampaDink

          That’s like asking him to pick which of his children he likes best.
          Bad example….he obviously likes the ones with penises far more than those who haven’t….but it would not shock me if he routinely arranges to see how his sons “measure up”….and favors the one with the biggest dick….especially if he is the biggest dick. It’s too soon to guess how son #3 will rate in daddy’s eyes.

  • Elliott

    Ye shall know thy enemies by their grammar.

    • Ellitt

      Eh, fuck. I am too soused to care!

      • another_steve

        Soused-ness is more or less a requirement for the full enjoyment of the JMG comment threads.

        Given the blood / alcohol content considerations, I never sit down in front of Boyfriend Joe’s blog if I’m expected to drive somewhere within the following three hours.

        • Elliott

          Very good advice. I start a new job Moday, so I’m getting the irresponsibility out of my system… Monday will be the first day in 18 years I’ll have to wear a necktie/noose. Yick!
          And slacks too!

          So I’m drinking and watching Pillow Talk, Aunti Mame, and Mommie Dearest, just to centre myself.

          • Six Pins Delores

            “You were brought up right.” Congratulations about your new job! Looking for a new one myself.

          • another_steve

            Feel for you, my brother. The last time I wore a necktie was to my mother’s funeral in 2006.

            And to be totally truthful, I wore it only under duress.

  • bambinoitaliano

    Poor Megan.

    • TampaDink

      Yeah. I feel really bad for her, knowing that she’s never used any vile descriptive adjectives for others.
      Oh. Wait. Never mind.

    • another_steve

      LMAO.

      That is so bad and so incorrect.

      (I loved it.)

    • Steven Leahy

      HMM does he do men’s health too? 🙂

      • LonelyLiberal

        Yes, but he specializes in deep probe prostate exams.

        • TampaDink

          Perfect. I hope that he can see me & mine right away!

  • Jackster

    They have a point about this Erickson dude, he’s a total hypocrite. Trump’s people should be looking into Megyn Kelly’s background to see if she has made any unsavory comments about other individuals. Particularly comments she may have made about other women.

  • Aman InAmsterdam

    This is like the best comedy show ever. It makes the US look even sillier than most people in Europe already think.

    • Steven Leahy

      Most countries have their share of nutcase politicians.

  • Mark

    Oh how I do like the way they spun that! Of course, not as well as the GOP would do, but pretty good nonetheless. The only way the GOP is going to knock him out of the lead is to put somebody up there with as much gut and gusto – and they flat out don’t have it.

  • Jackster

    Maureen Dowd’s column about Trump is her best in years.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/09/opinion/sunday/maureen-dowd-trump-the-disrupter.html

  • Max_1

    T-Rump is acting like a thirteen year old meglomaniac…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG9-SCVc-E0

  • Silver Badger

    The one question not answered; Was Trump correct? Was she? After all, the Republicans are constantly sticking their nose in our private lives.

    • TampaDink

      Nothing like the very prim & proper GOP/tea policticians who obsess over women’s reproduction & gay sex.

  • anne marie in philly

    there WILL be blood coming from the rump’s “nose” when I kick him in the taint for THAT remark!

  • Cuberly

    Oh man…..it’s getting even better. Yet another Trump booster-fest. another article and even more back and forth.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/08/gop-candidates-jump-on-bandwagon-to-criticize-trump/

    Just go be a fly on the wall in the comments and read what they’re saying. More discord, more infighting, more finger pointing. My favorite comment is lamenting the fact that they wished they’d go after Hillz with the same amount of zeal as they’ve been going after Trump.

    Tee hee…

    http://media.tumblr.com/4c37ebcb16287b3fbd62eb6565877f58/tumblr_inline_ms8ulwWAs91qz4rgp.gif

    • B Snow

      Swing Time! Possibly my favorite FA/GR movie.

      • Cuberly

        Excellent movie. One of my faves 🙂

        • B Snow

          I used to like Top Hat better but the last time I saw bits of it, the fake Venice was just too much. 🙂

          (I saw ST and TH as a double feature — I can’t even describe what an explosion of movie musical awesomeness it was.)

  • Bravo and E! should be taking notes. THIS is reality TV right here!

    • Cuberly

      That it is.

      And I need to stop binge watching and get some chores done.

    • snert!

  • They think they can actually stop him by tearing him to shreds. Those fools. You can’t tear The Donald down by insulting him. His fanbase is built on this kinda immature bullshit. We all practice it from time to time, that’s why it’s so fun to watch when the ones who want/claim to be in charge get caught up in it. To put out the fire in Donny’s heart, you need to set up control fires that will destroy the fuel he feeds on. Controversy like supporting the things everyone cares about without stipulations that negate your support. Unfortunately, you’re the party of smearing shit on anything anyone actually cares about to make yourself look important in comparison, so no one is ever going to believe your sudden change of heart means a damn thing.

  • fuzzybits

    You’re a loser and I’m a winner. What is he,five years old?

    • Nah, 10.

      • Kissmagrits

        Actually, I was going to say 12 – and this time he got caught putting rocks in his snowballs.

  • Jack

    Again, people are contacting him to tell him they are on his side? Sure and so what?

    That was not written by a literate adult.

  • zhera

    Omg, he wrote that himself, didn’t he! Or maybe Palin helped him out?

  • F*ck Goliath

    Strange that the film “You’ve Been Trumped!” hasn’t gotten more notice in all of this.

    The documentary captures Trump at his arrogant, corrupt, narcissistic worst, and should make the public contemplate the value of vigilante justice.

  • 2karmanot

    Trump: ‘Mourning in America” #Gonzo

  • GeoffreyPS

    Shouldn’t the whole thing be written in Comic Sans?