Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Tuesday Whatever

There it is: Somebody in the media finally admits that Donald Trump is good for their business and ratings.

To hell with the democratic process and nonstop coverage of Trump sucking the oxygen out of other candidates in both parties.

What happened at a Trump rally when a celebrated photographer entangled with a so-called Secret Service agent:

The Secret Service did confirm one of their own was involved.


I have to say I agree totally with Cal Thomas.

The hypocrisy of Trump is astounding:

Never in modern times has there been a presidential candidate who has hurled more personal insults and hurtful accusations at his fellow candidates and others who disagree with him. It should embarrass a normal person, but Trump appears beyond embarrassment.

He criticizes Vicente Fox, the former president of Mexico, for dropping the F-bomb when he did the same thing during the New Hampshire primary campaign. He attacks Marco Rubio for repeating himself when Trump repeats himself repeatedly. He has criticized the personal appearance of Carly Fiorina, Rosie O’Donnell and Arianna Huffington, among others, when he isn’t much to look at. He tosses out words like “loser” and during the Houston debate responded to a question from radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt by saying no one listens to his program and his ratings are lousy.

Thomas calls it "sewer politics" because "gutter politics" sounds too good for the likes of Trump.

A mother doesn't want her daughter exposed to sexual deviants being treated as if they are normal or as a part of a so-called "diversity" program.

While the trans crowd is trying to shit all over women's rights to privacy and safety, Indian women are trying to have their own restrooms.

Six New Jersey newspapers call for Governor Chris Christie to resign:

The six newspapers including the Asbury Park Press, the Cherry Hill Courier-Post and the Morristown Daily Record — all Gannett-owned papers that are part of the USA TODAY NETWORK — were apparently spurred to editorial outrage by a Monday press conference in which Christie refused to answer questions about anything other than his nomination of a state Supreme Court judge. Asked why, Christie replied, "Because I don't want to."


The NH Union-Leader has retracted its endorsement of Christie because of his endorsement of Donald Trump.

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