Tuesday, October 25, 2016


The New Yorker

The poll, taken after Trump’s brain perceived that he demolished Clinton in the third and final Presidential debate, shows him ahead of Clinton, sixty-four per cent to thirty-one per cent.
In a sign that his criticism of Clinton has been just fantastic, a majority of imaginary voters in Trump’s head agree that she is a “nasty woman,” with more than seventy per cent calling her “crooked,” “sad,” and a “disgrace.”
In more incredibly amazing good news for the G.O.P. nominee, Trump’s brain reports that his standing with women has markedly improved, with ninety per cent calling him “extremely handsome” and “sexy.”
According to Trump’s brain, the poll has no margin of error, absolutely none, it’s a tremendous poll, you just can’t believe how great this poll is.
From here on out I am declaring this to be a Trump free Blog. He is so much like my mother he is giving me nightmares. 

Monday, October 24, 2016

The Madness of King Trump


I really hate to use an analogy about mentally unbalanced people and Donald Trump, but most folks know when they have crossed the line and will seek help without being dragged kicking and screaming to treatment.  
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Donald Trump is not leading with women. In fact, a poll released on Sunday revealed that he is not leading with men either. The idea that Donald Trump thinks that he could be leading with women after he has spent the past 16 months insulting women is far fetched. The idea that a man who has been accused by at least ten women of sexual assault thinks that he is leading with women is insane.
Trump is no longer in touch with reality in any way, shape, or form. When Trump proclaimed himself unshackled what he really meant was that he had cut the tiny final string that kept him occupying the same universe as the rest of us.
Donald Trump’s real time descent into total madness is only part of the story.
The fact that tens of millions of Republican primary voters looked at Trump and thought, “he speaks for us,” is a bigger problem for our country that won’t be resolved after all the votes are counted on November 8th.
Trump’s hamster has finally stopped running on the wheel. All of the polls aren’t wrong. Donald Trump is going to lose with women, bigly.
The only person in the entire United States of America will be surprised by this result is the former resident of Earth known as Donald J. Trump.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Trump is mentally ill Co-opted from William Saletan of Slate Magazine


Donald Trump is mentally ill. After 16 months of campaigning and three general election debates, this has become all too clear. Trump sees himself as the victim of a web of conspiracies encompassing House Speaker Paul Ryan, the FBI, the CIA, and the Iraqi military. He sees events in his life—women who claim to have met him, violence by supporters at his rallies—as tentacles of these plots. He refuses to accept the outcome of the election, and he demands that his opponent be jailed, not because Trump is cynical but because he is paranoid.
In Wednesday’s debate, as in previous encounters with Hillary Clinton, Trump kept his composure for the first 25 minutes. But he couldn’t hide his self-preoccupation. The first question was about the Supreme Court. Trump answered it by complaining that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had made “inappropriate statements towards me.” Later, Trump did what he has done at campaign rallies: recast bad news for others as good for himself. “The end of last week, they came out with an anemic jobs report,” he said. “I should win easily, it was so bad.”
Half an hour into the debate, Clinton challenged Trump to condemn Russia’s attempt to influence the election through cyberespionage. Trump responded with his usual pro-Russian arguments: that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is too strong to play “chicken” with, that we should try to get along with Putin, and that we should soften our commitments to NATO countries. But Trump alsorejected the verdict of U.S. intelligence agencies:
Clinton: We have 17 intelligence agencies, civilian and military, who have all concluded that these espionage attacks, these cyber-attacks, come from the highest levels of the Kremlin and they are designed to influence our election. …
Trump: She has no idea whether it’s Russia, China, or anybody else.
Clinton: … Do you doubt 17 military and civilian agencies?
Trump: And our country has no idea.
The moderator, Chris Wallace of Fox News, affirmed Clinton’s assessment: “The top national security officials of this country do believe that Russia has been behind these hacks.” But Trump wouldn’t budge. He refused to trust American intelligence officials, even—or particularly—in a dispute with Putin.
Twenty minutes later, Wallace turned to Trump’s treatment of women. “Nine women have come forward and have said that you either groped them or kissed them without their consent,” Wallace observed. “Why would so many different women, from so many different circumstances over so many different years … why would they all make up these stories?”
Trump responded with a demonstrably bogus denial: “I didn't know any of these—I didn't see these women.” He accused Clinton of orchestrating their allegations: “I believe it was her campaign that did it. … She got these people to step forward. … [It] is all fiction, all fictionalized, probably or possibly started by her and her very sleazy campaign.”
In the same answer, Trump blamed Clinton for violence at Trump’s campaign rallies. He cited a recording in which a Democratic operative had discussed how to provoke Trump supporters by wearing anti-Trump or pro–Planned Parenthood T-shirts. Trump took no responsibility for having encouraged assaults at his rallies. “She talks about violence at my rallies, and she caused the violence,” he said of Clinton.
Trump tried to change the subject to Clinton’s emails. But then he had to explain why FBI Director James Comey, a longtime Republican, had decided after investigating the emails that Clinton shouldn’t be prosecuted. “What the FBI did” was “a disgrace,” said Trump. In rallies over the past week, Trump has all but indicted the bureau, claiming that Clinton and her henchmen have “corrupted the director of the FBI,” that “this is a conspiracy against you, the American people,” and that a special prosecutor must be appointed to “investigate the investigation.”
With half an hour left on the clock, Trump lost it. Wallace asked him: “You have been warning at rallies recently that this election is rigged and that Hillary Clinton is in the process of trying to steal it from you. … Do you [pledge] that you will absolutely accept the result of this election?” Trump refused to say yes. “I will look at it at the time,” he said. For one thing, Trump argued, there are “millions of people that are registered to vote that shouldn't be registered to vote.”

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Trumps hits just keep on coming.

There is no stopping the hits from Trump but if there is a god in heaven he really needs to try 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Trump wins the Election

Not really......In the unlikely event that Hillary Clinton bursts into flames and uses a small child to put her self out.. You can stick a fork in Trump....... he's done 
If he fucks around and actually wins please feel free to to use the forth coming tutorial.

By the way Vivian Pickles is using a dial tone phone it's all we had back then.