We are the Republican party. We proudly stand for:
There have been Presidents I didn’t support, because they had policies I disliked. And some were terrible Presidents, too.
Trump, on the other hand, is a terrible person. I wouldn’t want him to be manager of the local Dunkin’ Donuts, much less leader of the free world. Terrible, evil people should not be “given a chance.” They should be opposed at every step.
Let’s assume the current rumors about Trump and the hookers is false (which it probably is).
Can I still revel in the schadenfreude of the whole thing — that a man who spent the last eight years pushing lies about Obama not being born in America now has to deal with his own fake news stories? That people are believing this even though we currently don’t have any proof of it at all?
And, just in case they are true, allow me to say this:
Remember when I blogged “Look, the issue isn’t the word ‘pussy’ it’s the word ‘grab.'”?
In this case, the issue isn’t the words “golden showers” — it’s the word “hooker.”
Seriously, the words “President of the United States of America” and “hooker” should never appear in the same sentence.
(By the way, “Trump and the Hookers” is a good name for a band.)