Tuesday, May 17, 2011

adios, Trump


""Donald Trump is out but the memory of the Trump-for-President era will, I hope, live on.

We've learned a lot. The public, for instance, has been educated to understand that you can't trust a thing the guy says.

"I maintain the strong conviction that if I were to run, I would be able to win the primary and ultimately, the general election," Trump said in a statement.

Is it possible he really believes that? If so, would you buy a used apartment building from this man?

The Trump presidential campaign should go down in history as a huge warning sign for other rich, high-profile jerks who think they can notch their name recognition up to even more astronomic levels by pretending to be presidential timber and making outrageous, headline-grabbing allegations about whoever's running the country."

"Doesn't work. Much more important to the egomaniacs who might be tempted to consider this kind of activity, It's Bad For The Brand.

A guy like Trump, who's basically a reality show celebrity, can skate below the surface of real press scrutiny for a long time. ""

We're learning that political candidates of either party should be required to pass a psychological screening before being allowed to run for public office. Buh bye, Trump-tard.

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