Too Good To be True

Donald Trump

Billionaire and New York weirdo Donald Trump announced at a Tea Party gathering in Boca Raton that he is considering tossing his hair piece into the presidential race for 2012.  Yes, he has such an over sized, deluded self image that this seems like a plausible move to make.  For me, it’s as exciting as when Ross Perot ran against Clinton.  It’s happy fun time in politics.  The only thing that could make it more off the charts thrilling, would be if he chose Sarah Palin as his running mate.  This is, of course, provided there aren’t enough idiots who might vote his way that he would have any chance of winning.  That would be beyond horrible, but I just don’t see that happening.  So in the mean time, I am just going to have fun with it.

Channel 13 news in Boca Raton, Florida covered The Donald’s appearance at the Tea Party Rally.  “Whether you like him or not, George Bush gave us Obama and I’m not happy about it, OK?  I’m not happy about it.  We have a disaster on our hands.  We have a man, right now, that almost certainly will go down as the worst president in the history of the United States,” Trump said.  Really?

Go for it Donald!  Show the world what you’re made of and lend even more legitimate insanity to The Tea Party Republicans.  I just can’t imagine how it is possible that this group can get anymore ridiculous, and I live in Costa Mesa!  There is a saying, “If you can imagine it, it’s possible.”  The Tea Party can get even more crazy.  Yes they can!

  1 comment for “Too Good To be True

  1. kepdapeace
    April 18, 2011 at 9:22 am

    Sad but true, he may run. Repubicans, who saw through Ross Perot and his i’ll, Sarah Palin and her i’ll, may not see through Trump. Even rank and file republicans (you know, the ones who actually vote?) Are so fed up with the current party politics they may be pushed to vote for Trump. Democrats aren’t helping any witheir push for even more socialist programs and nanny state government. At this point, it could be both parties that get him elected.

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