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Make Donald Drumpf Again

“If you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them, would you? Seriously. OK, just knock the hell … I promise you, I will pay for the legal fees.  I’d like to punch him in the face, I tell ya. I love the old days. You know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They’d be carried out on a stretcher, folks.” Donald Trump


When I first heard that Donald Trump was planning to run for President of the United States, I had a good laugh about it.  The thought of that floppy-haired old man running the country instead of telling people they’re fired in between bankruptcies was seriously comical.  I was looking forward to seeing how he was going to campaign because it would be entertaining for us all.  But then, something unexpected began to happen.  People started to take Trump seriously.  Supporters started to emerge from the woodwork and proclaim that Trump was the hero America needed.  That he would indeed make America great again.

John Oliver delivered a masterful piece on Trump, AKA Donald Drumpf. The custom hats are sold out, and the video of Last Week Tonight received over 20 million YouTube views in about 10 days.  Oliver discussed the power of Trump’s name, how it is the cornerstone of his brand, but countered with how his “real” name, Drumpf, is much less magical.  He drove a lot of points home, the key one being that we’re getting far too caught up in the name and the myth of instant success that is associated with Trump.  We’re overlooking the fact that the man is, for lack of a better term, full of shit.


Trump’s run for President isn’t funny anymore.  Our modern version of Hitler seems to have successfully brainwashed thousands upon thousands of people, enough to win state after state as he plows his way through the country.  Weak-minded people, mostly white folks in their 40s and higher, are promising to vote for Trump during rallies as their hold their hands high in the air.  His support system grows stronger every time he appears on TV to yell about immigrants or his “meager” beginnings with a million dollars in his pocket.


This isn’t a matter of not liking a candidate because I disagree with their views, it’s a matter of not liking a candidate because he’s a colossal dipshit who shouldn’t be allowed to manage a game of Sims, nevermind an entire country.  Donald Trump is a confused little boy whose parents told him he could do anything he wanted when he grew up, not knowing that their little boy would take that to the letter as an adult and try to buy a country.  He enjoyed fear mongering.  He’s a racist, and a sexist.  He doesn’t know dick about what it takes to run a country.  Hey, neither do I, which is why I’ll never try to get that particular job.  It isn’t for everyone.

We are a country obsessed with celebrities.  We make nobodies famous through reality television and YouTube.  We created President Trump because we have a fascination with idiots and memes and GIFs, and Trump makes for good entertainment.  We care more about upcoming SNL skits about Trump than we do about the fact that he will likely burn down America within his first week.  We created the Jersey Shore, we are responsible for the dozens upon dozens of Kardashian shows, we ruined MTV, and we continue to obsess over the frivolous while ignoring reality.

Our current reality is that Donald Trump has a damn good chance of becoming President of the United States.  Luckily for us, a good chance is very different than a secured victory.  We still have time to make this right.  We can put a stop to this cartoon world and right the ship before this vulgar human gets anywhere close to swearing in.  We need to save this country from becoming little more than a running joke.  We need to give a damn about more than cat videos and face swapping and actually see how harmful Trump truly is.  Time is running out; this train needs to be derailed immediately.  We need to decide whether we want to live somewhere that we can be proud of or live somewhere resembling a preschool playground.


  • “You know it really doesn’t matter what they write, as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass.” 
  • “There was blood coming out of her eyes… blood coming out of her… wherever.” 
  • “Women; You have to treat them like shit.”

TRUMP ON THE MILITARY:  “26,000 unreported sexual assults [sic] in the military — only 238 convictions. What did these geniuses expect when they put men & women together?”

TRUMP ON FORMER PRESIDENTAL CANDIDATE CARLY FIORINA:  “Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?!”


Tweet The Debate

As always, Twitter was the go-to place for information, opinions, and hilarious commentary on the final Presidential debate.  Below are some of my favorites:

(I always love a reference to Alphas!  Ryan Cartwright plays Gary, an autistic man who can read electromagnetic wavelengths with mind, allowing him to hack into cellphone signals, TV broadcasts, and Wi-Fi frequencies without any hardware other than his brain.  What takes the typical hacker minutes or even hours, Gary can do in seconds.)

(A Homeland reference!  The actor who plays Abu Nazir (Navid Negahban, was recently stopped by security in New York due to suspicion of him being a terrorist.  Once the agents realized why the recognized him, he was let go and had no hard feelings)

(I’m a huge fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race on LOGO, so this one cracked me up pretty good)

(The greatest thing Will Ferrell has ever done)

Casting My Vote

I’m not a political expert and I’m not about to pretend to be, but this year’s Presidential election just makes me sad.  I felt similar in 2000; I didn’t want to vote for either Bush or Gore, choosing Harry Browne instead due to his views and promises.  I knew he wasn’t going to win, but I didn’t feel that Bush or Gore were the best choices and I don’t have the right to complain if I abstain from the election.  This time around, I don’t even have a Harry Browne to turn to.

There are over three hundred million people in the United States.  Nearly two hundred million of them are 21 years old or over.  Out of that two hundred million, there should be a fairly large number who are of the proper age to run for office, are natural-born citizens, and have the proper education and credentials.  Yet, out of all those people, we are given candidate choices that are sub par at best.  I was one who had faith in Obama and cast my vote in his favor in the last election, but my confidence in his abilities has wavered because he is either unable to do the job to the best of his ability due to checks and balances, or he doesn’t have the same vision he projected while campaigning.  As for the other options we’re given, I have zero interest in any of them taking up residence in the White House.

When I learned about our government in school, I felt proud that our country allowed the people to make such important choices in deciding who runs what.  The older I got, the less proud I became.  I do appreciate the structure, but at this point in time I don’t feel that it’s working the way it was originally intended.  Not due to the system being flawed (though it may be) but due to people being focused on power and influence rather than on keeping the country running like a well oiled machine.  The people out there who could make major differences are outnumbered by those who have their own best interests in mind rather than those of the masses.

With as many people in this country who are qualified and able to run for President, I fail to understand why we seem to be scraping the bottom of the barrel for candidates.  We should be choosing between the best people available for the position, not the people who a select few groups decide is the best.  We shouldn’t feel this limitation in elections, knowing that either a Republican or Democrat will win, but rather feel that any of the candidates has a fair shot at the office.  We shouldn’t have good people go unheard just because they can’t pull in the money that Democrat X or Republican Y can pull in to fund campaign costs.  We should be choosing our President from the best of the best, and that is not what we are doing at all.

What sickens me further are the campaign efforts to sway the public vote one way or the other.  I should be hearing what Person 1 can do for this country to make it better, not why Person 2 is a lowlife and doesn’t deserve my vote.  I don’t care that Person 2 got a parking ticket last year, I want to know what Person 1 is going to do about the economic state of the United States.  Unfortunately, every time an election approaches, we are smothered in ads insulting the opponent, sometimes offering the opposing and better view of the person we are meant to vote for, but it is overshadowed by the trash talk.  What sticks in our minds is all of the negative, not the positive things the candidate can offer, and that’s simply not right.

I want to see things fair and balanced.  I want every candidate to get equal air time to state their views and address public concern.  I want all parties to be treated with the same amount of importance.  I want to be presented with the best this country has to offer for that office out of the many people who are qualified.  I want to hear exactly what each candidate has to offer our country without hearing nonsense about other candidate’s college days that has zero relevance to their ability to run this country.  I probably want the impossible.  At the very least, I want an improvement.  We seem to be getting worse and worse as the years go on.

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