The color of money
Donald Trump is a member of one party, and one party only – the Green Party (and I don’t mean the environement). He will say and/or do anything to advance his fortune or to increase his vsibility. So you need to look with a jaundice eye at his current posturing in a faux presidential run as a “conservative” Caveat emptor.
The man behind Donald Trump’s possible 2012 presidential campaign is a registered Democrat who voted for Barack Obama in 2008. Not only that, but Michael Cohen, an executive at the Trump Organization who doubles as Trump’s chief political adviser, once volunteered for 1988 presidential candidate Michael Dukakis and worked for a Democratic member of Congress. This election cycle is different. Late last year, Cohen co-founded the draft Trump website “Should Trump Run?” It has received more than 830,000 hits. Cohen, 44, is known around the office — and around New York — as Trump’s “pit bull.” Some have even nicknamed him “Tom,” a reference to Tom Hagen, the consigliore to Vito Corleone in the “Godfather” movies.
“It means that if somebody does something Mr. Trump doesn’t like, I do everything in my power to resolve it to Mr. Trump’s benefit,” Cohen said in an interview with ABC News. “If you do something wrong, I’m going to come at you, grab you by the neck and I’m not going to let you go until I’m finished.” source – ABC News
Donald Trump’s Muslim problem
It’s so predictable and boring to watch the ratings-seeking egomaniacal fraud, Donald Trump, throw out lines he knows will reel Tea Party types in . . . and then watch them eagerly take the bait without a single ounce of critical thinking. As I’ve repeatedly pointed out on this site, Donald Too Big Too Fail Trump was once the world’s largest debtor, but he was allowed to survive without filing for bankruptcy because his creditors wanted at least some of their money back. He’s also a failure as a businessman, if you look at some of his casinos and other operations. And his “self-made” man image is BS, too, since his wealthy father gave him at least $100,000 (when that was real money) to start with. Jimmy Kimmel’s hilarious comments and spot-on “campaign commercial,” below, are exactly what I’ve been saying to the many unthinking Tea Party sheeple who keep sending me pro-Trump BS. These are the same people who cheered on the idea of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, while I warned against it. Morons. And Jesse Ventura, too. How did that work out?
Trump’s popularity in GOP polls shows how desperate and pitiful Republicans and conservatives are to beat Obama and what a lack of good candidates we have. Trump is the Ross Perot of 2012 (if he even lasts into 2012). Now, Trump is throwing out comments like, “The world has a Muslim problem,” when he knows full well that it’s Dhimmi Donald Trump who also has a Muslim problem. As you’ll recall, he’s the one who helped choose a Shi’ite Muslim Hezbollah supporter, Rima Fakih (who twice tripped on her gown and gave a dumb answer), as his Miss USA. He and his people also coached Al-Skank, Ms. Fakih, not to answer questions asking her whether she supports Hezbollah (despite most of her family belonging in the terrorist group, including top officials and martyrs). The Trump people also demanded that media outlets interviewing Fakih not ask her about Hezbollah or to condemn the group because she supports this terrorist outfit that murdered over 300 U.S. Marines and Embassy officials.