Trumpmania – It’s Deja Vu All Over Again


This is turning ugly really fast:

#BimboBackfire: Megyn Kelly’s Facebook gets overrun by Trump supporters

Fox New’s Megyn Kelly is facing a torrent of backlash from conservative Fox News viewers and Donald Trump supporters after her performance as a moderator for last night’s first GOP debate.

After Kelly, who has built a brand for herself as a hard-hitting presence in primetime, took her pointed, former litigator style line of questioning to the debate stage in Cleveland last night, Fox New fans flooded her Facebook page to share their disapproval.

“Megyn it’s clear you do not like or support Trump, that’s too bad because once upon a time journalism was unbiased. You must have missed that memo,” one message read, referencing Kelly’s opening series of question to the GOP frontrunner.

Kelly asked Trump about his past misogynistic comments and his history of donating to liberals.

“Megyn, I was a fan, until tonight. Your behavior tonight has validated everything Trump has said about the media…..Well done, you proved him correct on yet another topic! Go Trump,” another comment read.

Furious Fox fans quickly turned personal, inundating several of Kelly’s debate photos with insults aimed at the “Kelly File” host:

“Once your ego came into the room, there was no room for the GOP debate.”

“You really bought into the whole Democrat ‘War on Women’ falsehood, Megyn Kelly. Took you for smarter than that. Sad and disappointed.”

“Megyn Kelly… you’re fired!”

I guess Megyn was under the mistaken impression that she was a journalist rather than an advocate.

There is actually an online petition demanding that Fox exclude Megyn from any future debates. The Stormtrumpers are really pissed!

It kinda reminds me of the glory days of Obamanation:

Take Back the Media: Boycott ABC

It’s not enough to take back our government. As if we didn’t already know it, tonight’s farcical debate hosted by ABC makes clear that we need to take back our media. A “neutral” moderator who was a senior advisor to the Clinton Administration. Ridiculous questions that demeaned our intelligence. Shushing applause for Obama while allowing it for Clinton. George Stephanopolous, Charlie Gibson, and ABC News must think the American public consists of blithering idiots.

This is my very first diary post ever on Daily Kos, and I’ll use it to say this: It’s time to act. Don’t watch ABC news, local or national. Don’t click to their website. Don’t link to stories on ABC webpages. ABC has made very clear that they don’t have a clue what constitutes news, so we won’t be missing anything. Send Stephanopolous an email to say that you’re astounded by his behavior–then never read him or link to him again.

If we don’t act, they won’t change. I look forward to posting more nuanced diaries–I’m actually a fairly moderate person. But I’m shocked by what ABC News did tonight.

The Obots were pissed because not only didn’t fluff Obama’s pillow, they committed heresy by asking him a few (semi) tough questions.

That was the same day that Obama flipped Hillary the bird.

During a nearly two-hour debate, Obama frequently found himself on the defensive as the moderators grilled him about his fiery pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, his relationship with a 1960s radical and his failure to wear a lapel flag pin.

The Illinois senator was also asked about his remarks earlier this month to a San Francisco fundraiser in which he said small-town Pennsylvanians “cling to guns or religion” because they are frustrated with their economic woes.

Clinton, his Democratic rival, and Arizona Sen. John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee, have criticized Obama over the small-town voter comments. Obama has said his words were ill-chosen.

“Moderators George Stephanopoulos and Charlie Gibson spent the first 50 minutes obsessed with distractions that only political insiders care about –verbal gaffes, polling numbers, the stale Rev. Wright story, and the old-news Bosnia story,” said in a statement.

The group also accused the moderators of “channeling Karl Rove” for asking Obama if he loves the American flag.

In Raleigh, N.C., Obama also expressed frustration with the debate, saying “it took us 45 minutes before we started talking about a single issue that matters to the American people.”

The first thing that turned me off about Obama was his crazed cult followers. The Stormtrumpers are giving me deja vu all over again.

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126 Responses to Trumpmania – It’s Deja Vu All Over Again

  1. votermom says:

    I didn’t watch so this is an honest question – was Megyn acting like Candy Crowley (iow biased ) or was she being equally tough on all the candidates?
    I wish Fox would do a Dem debate so we can compare.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      She was tougher on Trump, but he’s the front runner. He’s the reason 20 million people tuned in to watch. Everything she asked him was fair game.

    • Propertius says:

      She didn’t throw any softballs for anyone. I think she was tough and fair. As the Klown said, she was tough on Trump (particularly his comments about women and his Democratic donation history), but that was fair game. She certainly wasn’t carrying water for any of the candidates.

      For my money, she’s about the only real journalist on TV (in spite of the fact that I disagree with a lot of her opinions).

  2. Myiq2xu says:

    • 49erDweet says:

      Tactical mistake. He shoulda said she was “tough but fair” even if he thought otherwise. Poor baby.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Trump may even be more thin-skinned than Obama.

      • I don’t think he made a mistake. I think this whole affair is likely the opening salvo in the Sexist Olympics, 2016. We all knew this pie fight was coming, esp. after watching how effective it has been since 2008. Trump is playing to ConDude Nation, just like Obama’s played to ProgDude Nation. Hating on strong women who speak their minds is a national fucking past time.

        • 49erDweet says:

          If he’s making that move he’s already lost. UMayBRite but that idea’s Loserville.

        • swanspirit says:

          Thank you Lola! And sometimes people forget that being a misogynist isn’t always about openly hating women, which both Obama and Trump seem to have no difficulty with, but also about just treating women like things that can be owned, instead of people.
          The Progs are especially good at it, when they justify hating on women who “deserve it:” and aren’t THEIR women. It is that ownership thing. You can’t talk about MY woman, but i can talk about YOURS.
          When a woman acts like she can’t be owned, lookout!

  3. Myiq2xu says:

    Can you say “vindictive little bitch?”

    The worst part is that this was just Democrat Failure Theater. Obama will get what he wants anyway. Schumer was just playing for the folks back home.

  4. Myiq2xu says:

  5. 49erDweet says:

    I think Kelly/Fox blew it by allotting so much Trump time, and can be criticized for that, but Trump supposedly normally holds his own in those situations. Is he being a little wimpish now with hurt feeewlings ’cause she bested him? And for his posse to try to punish her is stoooopid.

  6. Myiq2xu says:

  7. Myiq2xu says:

    • piper says:

      Cute in a gutter sniping way however there are many appropriate respectful words to describe favorable and unfavorable candidates.

  8. leslie says:

    I’m not a fan of Trump, although he is forcing discussions that might never have happened. And I did not like the content or the tone of many of the questions asked last night of several of the candidates. (I said that earlier today – or last night following the prime time show.) I just read a column by Instapundit that expressed much of what I thought last night and was written far more clearly than I could have written. (Is Instapundit allowed here?)

    • 49erDweet says:

      Thanks for the link. Seems reasonable. Snarky questions almost always expose an ego driven interrogator. Thankfully not the same for commenters, tho. /s/

    • angienc says:

      Thanks for the Instapundit link. He nails exactly what I didn’t like (and don’t like) in what we laughingly call “debates” — snark put downs designed to cause fights among the candidates instead of pointed questions on policy.

  9. Myiq2xu says:


    For what it’s worth, there’s an obvious reason why Kelly was especially hard on Trump and it has nothing to do with Fox being in the tank for the RNC. She’s known for being a rare mega-star at Fox who’s not obviously and reliably conservative, and she knew she’d have an audience of mostly non-regular viewers last night who’d be curious to see if she lived up to that hype. If she softballed him, she’d never hear the end of it from critics who’d pronounce her a fraud and a shill who’d rather protect Fox’s golden goose than ask him a tough question. If you want to accuse Kelly of having ulterior motives rather than simply give her credit for asking the sort of uncomfortable questions Trump would inevitably be forced to answer later as nominee anyway, at least be smart enough to frame the conspiracy in terms of personal ambition rather than her supposedly doing some dopey favor for Reince Priebus. She knew she’d have the biggest audience of her life and she’s keenly aware of her status as arguably the biggest star among the new generation of women news anchors. (Six weeks ago she said it’d be “epic television” if she interviewed Hillary Clinton since it would involve a “powerful woman talking to somebody who is also a woman in a powerful post.”) If she plans on ever leaving Fox for a bigger gig, this was her chance to impress future viewers and broadcast-network CEOs by challenging Trump, including and especially on the things he’s said about women. Wouldn’t surprise me if Roger Ailes himself thought she was too hard on him, but so what? She knew what she had to do and she did it. Hat’s off. Exit question via Erik Wemple: “Did we just watch Megyn Kelly get too big for Fox News?”

    • DandyTIger says:

      Agree with that. The gotcha stuff she did that was a bit unfair was because he’s the front runner and Megyn has ambition. Simple as that. She didn’t do the establishment/Bush any favors, so it’s not that. She asked a pointed, tough question, albeit a bit out of context/unfair, and Trump went the baby, thin skin route. He was at the big kids table and cried over ice cream. I think she and the other two did a reasonably good job. The only issue I have is about the first question that they all knew the answer to. That was theater.

    • 1539days says:

      Megyn has a prime-time show (she bumped Hannity to 10) on the top-rated cable news (and the 3rd rated of all cable) network. I’m not sure how much further she could go except anchor of a network news program. In my opinion, network anchor isn’t all that prestigious anyway. At least they stopped talking about her supposed affair with Brit Hume.

  10. Kathy says:

    I understand the appeal of Trump to voters who have had enough, but in my opinion, it is dangerous to embrace someone who brooks no criticism at all. He became irate at the tough questions–I thought irrationally.

  11. swanspirit says:

    Ok, now that I am ( for now at least ) out of computer hell. I can comment here again. For the past few days , mediacom shut down my internet because someone hacked my wifi and downloaded some nasty movies. onto their devices or computer and sent them to other people. I had to check all my computers and devices with Mediacom for certain programs; delete stuff, and change my wifi settings and password. And then my wifi wouldn’t connect until I changed a few more things. And to top it all off, the issue was COPYWRIGHT INFRINGMENT on those nasty movies, not the hacking. Go figure..
    Now hopefully I can just get on the net as usual , but I will be keeping an eye on my wifi.

    • DeniseVB says:

      So glad you found that, Carly was awesome today. (and yes, got kicked off my hotel wifi as I posted my highlights today…..and lost the f**ker) . Another great day with our next president (and yes love them all so far!).

  12. simofish says:

    The questions asked by FOX reminded me of the Jerry Springer show.

  13. leslie says:

    I have to ask a question. . .
    How would I find out who “runs” ? Is it truly an independent enterprise ?
    If anyone knows, I’d appreciate an answer or direction. Thanks.

  14. DeniseVB says:

    Well d’oh, Twitchy team is here, you can find more tapes there. Twitter’s #RSG15 has some stuff too.

    No Trumpania here and I’ve talked to a lot of people…..Trump being Trump, Megyn being Megyn both were very much enjoyed at the debate watch. Jeb!’s the most hated man here though, hope Erick doesn’t need to use the cattle prod at his speech tomorrow. (We’ve been warned about going “nutroots” on his speakers😉 )

  15. Myiq2xu says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Donald forgot the first rule of holes. Then again, me might indeed have a Obama cult like following, so maybe he can keep high numbers. The fact that he’s still reeling about Megyn really shows how thin skinned he is — perhaps even worse than Obama, which I didn’t think was humanly possible.

      • swanspirit says:

        Trump, he can dish it out but he can’t take it! Waaah waah He is clearly not presidential material. He is a misogynist bully crybaby.

      • angienc says:

        Obama has NEVER been treated by the press the way Trump is. Trust Obama would be just as bad as Trump if he was. He already rants about Fox “hating” him, lying about him, etc. For fucksake Obama thinks people who don’t like the Iran deal are the same as the Iranians who chant “death to America.”

        • DandyTIger says:

          Very good point. Obama is thin skinned when no one is attacking him or asking him tough questions. On second thought, I think he would be as bad or worse than Trump if he ever got treated the same as other politicians.

          • leslie says:

            Trump didn’t flip off Megyn or anyone else last night – unlike Obama flipping off Hillary in one of the debates.

        • lyn says:

          The press jumped on Obama’s lap from Day One. The Trumpsters are crucifying Megyn Kelly on her Facebook page. They make the Obots look like sissies.

    • Reminder of this lil rejoinder:

      “I understand that Senator Clinton periodically, when she’s feeling down, launches attacks as a way of trying to boost her appeal…”

    • piper says:

      Donald crossed a line here with that nasty vile comment.. Very telling that he can dish it out but has a difficult time when people ask questions that he doesn’t like. How will the feminists respond to his deprecating remark.

      • elliesmom says:

        It is a nasty vile comment. Feminists looking for another reason to dump on Trump will take it and run with it. Some feminists will be disappointed a man in his position hasn’t received the message you don’t say things like that publicly anymore. Those of us who grew up being accused of “being on the rag” every time we were less than compliant didn’t bat an eyelash when he said it. It’s kind of like accusing Trump of being a dick. Men and women have used sexual themes to insult each other forever. When men in power do it to women who have no power, it’s misogyny. Not because of the words themselves, but because of the abuse of power. Megyn Kelly is powerful in her own right. I’m disappointed Trump sunk to schoolyard level. I would like to think a man running for POTUS would be smarter than that, but I’m not crying for Megyn Kelly. She wears big girl panties. (Another sexually themed phrase often used by both men and women. Sometimes in praise as I did here, but sometimes as an insult.)

  16. Myiq2xu says:
  17. angienc says:

    I thought the Trump questions were bullshit in that I don’t like gotcha questions by moderators. I think questions should be on policy positions not “gotcha” ones. That said, it isn’t like Megyn asked Trump things other moderators on other channels will ask. But that just goes to the bread and circus atmosphere and unseriousness that has taken over politics.
    The Trump focus was also bullshit because it took away time from all the others.
    HOWEVER Trumpsters need to fucking settle down. I agree they are reminiscent of the Obots. But that seems to be what people want — we had a chance to elect a kind, generous, smart, honest, decent man with Romney. People wanted the celebrity clown show.

      • leslie says:

        I’m still angry with Candy Crowley. What she did was unconscionable – and that’s the way bronco and his minions roll.

        • votermom says:

          Iirc, Mitt never complained about Crowley, much less attack her. A perfect gentleman. Maybe if he had been less a gentleman he woukd have won
          Angie is right – America had its chance to elect a gentleman.

          • angienc says:

            Angie is right

            I keep telling y’all need to just keep that in your head as a given; we’d save a lot of time!😉

      • angienc says:

        I do too Swannie.😦

      • 1539days says:

        I knew Mitt couldn’t win back in 2011, but I hoped he could win when he got the nomination. I’m a fan of Walker because he has a track record, but he’ll need some money and organization to win it. Trump would need a freaking miracle to win.

        • angienc says:

          Yeah because the good looks and charisma of Walker are so much greater then Romney.

          Oh wait — no they’re not.

          Walker is as exciting as a dish rag and it doesn’t matter what his record is in WI, the soundbite of him saying he’s against ALL abortions including life of the mother will BURY him on the GE if he’s the nominee.

          • lyn says:


          • 1539days says:

            Let’s not forget that Walker won in an historically blue state, then won a recall election, then won a second election even though his views on abortion were well known. The last 2 were essentially national elections because unions and special interests were all trying to take Walker down to prove a point.

            We all know how Obama feels about abortion now, opening the door for Vivisections R Us at Planned Parenthood. Yet, in 2008 he had to say that “above my pay grade” stuff about abortion to be palatable to Republican dupes dumb enough to vote for him.

            I think Walker is a kind, generous, smart, honest, decent man just like Mitt Romney. I also know that Walker can win a tough race. He’s not incredibly exciting, but I’ve about had my fill of glib candidates. It is also true that Americans seem to love them.

  18. votermom says:

    Is Mothy here? I was wondering if YouTube stopped working on his kindle. Seems like amazon messed something up again.

  19. 1539days says:

    Has anyone did a poll of all voters to see how much support Trump has among Democrats? That would be interesting.

  20. lyn says:

    OT, Mary Engelbreit deleted her incendiary last sentence on her Facebook post about the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death: “There are no words to express how little I care if I lose every bigoted, racist, homophobic and/or sexist follower I have.”

  21. mothy67 says:

    Kindle will not play embedded videos. Started a few days ago. Will play on youtube site.

  22. mothy67 says:

    I am still a fan of The Donald. Don’t know if I would vote for him but good god how boring would it be without him. And Bush would be a sure thing.
    The bleeding comment was over the top, but I think playing 99 problems after Iowa was worse.
    I don’t believe Trump is thin skinned. I think heis cagey. Knows damn well the media is out to get him and he’s laying doen his own rules. The guy has watched and debated the run for decafes. Mitt was crucified for a dog on his car. Obama ate Fido but that was dandy. Trump knows it is an unfair fight for any Repub save a bush so from the get go he is letting them know he punches back.
    I watch Kelley almost everyday a very big fan. Call me a misogynist but a big part of it is that she is stunning and intelligent. The past few days I found her unbearable. To me it seemed she was overly excited for perhaps the biggest day of her political career which is understandable. I just didn’t like it. She seemed too fresh more like she should be doing the weather than her normal show.
    I am not bashing her still a huge fan. One of them was going to feel Trump’s wrath. I think he had to. Look at it from his perspective remember Palin, Hillary, Romney. The press is brutal to to anyone not of their selection. Heis savvy enough to get it and to act first.

  23. mothy67 says:

    Votermom it is something on Amazon’s end. Iam loving Trump and I wanted to hear some Neil Diamond. I love Neil Diamond. Shilo is my favorite song( 0kay Georgie Girl and everything by Zeppelin compete) I remember being a kid and we had this mammoth piece of furniture in the living room that played records. I was so uncool because I loved Neil Diamond.
    I try to see why so many here do not like Trump. I see the attraction for Walker, Cruz, Fiorina I see positive things in them but I do not see a full frontal attack on the media. Playing nice will not win. LOOK at the past 8 years. Hillary, Romney, Palin played nice and they got fucked without lube.
    I really like Megyn Kelly but it was a hit piece. Take Donald down. Miscalculation. Everyone is sick of Washington. I like Walker but can he say sod off to the media on a national level? I think he has the balls but so did Palin. She is strength incarnate. Parodied herself on SNL. I see no one but Trump being able to challamge the status quo. I get why so many here like Walker but Trump is making the media accountable and he is not afraid of FOX. I double doggie dare you to look at the Trump trajectory. I think he is wicked smart. He spends nothing on ads yet he is the most talked about. I like Walker and hear he fought back in his state but I don’t think he could take down the biased press like Donald. Remember Mitt was destroyed for having a dog in a carrier obama ate dog. The press is enemy number one.

    • votermom says:
        My kindle won’t play either embedded or on the yputube site anymore. I hope Amazon fixes whatever the issue is.

        I see positive things in them but I do not see a full frontal attack on the media. Playing nice will not win. LOOK at the past 8 years. Hillary, Romney, Palin played nice and they got fucked without lube.

        You are right.
        I like Megyn too, more than I like Trump, on a personal level. But like you say in the roles they are, where Megyn is part of the media trying to control the narrative, and Trump is the one trying to talk about issues the public actually cares about, I think my interests lie with Trump. I’m sick of the media propaganda machine, even when attractively packaged.

  24. DeniseVB says:

    Yikes, Megyn’s been invited to replace Trump tonight? Half the people here hate her too ! (I have no dog in the fight😉 )

    Meanwhile, the RSers are waking up to loving/hating this whole thing, there is no middle. But ouchie…..

    • Dora says:

      She’s been invited? Yikes is right! I think Megyn will be so out of place speaking in such a forum. Personally, I think it’s a mistake on the part of Erickson if his intention is to hurt Trump. This latest ruckus is likely to boost Trump’s numbers even higher. One has to wonder how this is all going to end.

      Denise – if you are there when she speaks, don’t forget to tell us all about it. I know you have no dog in the fight, but you can be an observer. 🙂

    • 49erDweet says:

      So is Kelly announcing her candidacy?

    • blowme0bama says:

      Dumb move. The media and commentariat reaction to this kerflufle is making me side with Trump in this thing. Let’s say he meant “patootie”. Okay, so what? Isn’t MK a big girl? She sure acted like it at the debates.

    • 1539days says:

      I would have uninvited him over that Third Party thing. I can tell you that a lot of conservatives and Republicans are starting to reach the point where they want Trump to go away and I think Erickson reached that limit Friday.

    • leslie says:

      OUCH is right.

    • 1539days says:

      I think the debate was okay, but wasn’t ideal. Fox has been trying to be “fair and balanced” to the point of being the same as other news networks. Ted Cruz may not have gotten enough air time according to American Thinker, but at 6% he’s just outside the margin of error in polls.

      The “fight” between Christie and Rand Paul is proving to be a positive for both of them because it lays out an important argument that’s been going on since the Bush administration. Even though the debate Thursday was silly due to the number of candidates, Sean Hannity has done good work bringing on almost every Republican candidate for an interview on his Fox show.

  25. 49erDweet says:

    That’s a serious hit against Fox. Nor is it a surprise.

  26. mothy67 says:

    Way off topic but related to why this f a g loves his mom and women—
    Last year I bought my mom an e-cigarette. She hated it. Yesterday she decded to repaint her dining room furniture. I love my mom but wow the woman can be stupid. She found the e cigarette and discovered you have to take the plastic cap off for it to work. I love my mom but so not in a New England boarding school way. Sharon was 14 when she had my big brother. Had 5 before she was 20. Bitch is amazing. 6 kids. She got a GED then a nursing degree. She finished in the top 1 % on state boards. When she retired she was making mid 6 figures. Add to that I was born really fucked up. 1967 my heart was beyond hope. I lived, obliviously,but it was bad. I should not exist. 1970 I had most of my surgeries. My mom never left the hospital. Back then family time was limited. I am an asshole I have used the c word. I feel dirty saying c word. I find it comic to lose your mind over a word. I cherish my mom and sister but I no longer give a rat’s ass about guilt. I can say my mom is a royal bitch. She is. I love her but she is a bitch.
    I was in my parents dining room and I looked up their song. Patches by Dickie Lee. Old farts decided to dance. The dogs went nuts thinking they were hurting each other.

  27. votermom says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      ayup. Everyone sane hates the establishment. And for good reason, they’re not on your side. Not that anyone necessarily is of course, but at least you know the establishment will screw you over.

    • 1539days says:

      I’d still have taken Jeb over Obama. Good thing he’s not running anymore.

  28. mothy67 says:

    I am very confused by this site.
    Honest question do you think Carly, Ted or Scott can take down the media.. i pray I am wrong but look how they went after Palin.

    • angienc says:

      Cruz and Carly can for sure.
      Obviously Trump is already taking the media down. Having real “Fuck you” money is no joke.

    • 1539days says:

      Republicans tend to defeat themselves. McCain and Romney both tried not to be negative in the general election. McCain limited his war chest by taking matching funds. Romney tried to thread the needle by running right in the primaries and centrist in the general election. A GOP nominee with a good message can’t be stopped by the media.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Carly and Cruz, yep. Walker don’t know, but the WI media went after him mercilessly, but that didn’t work out.

  29. DeniseVB says:

    Just before Huckabee spoke this morning (full crowd was there) Erick made the Trump announcement. It was met with half boos and half cheers. He made the claim it was not political correctness, it was common decency that made him uninvite The Donald, who refused to clarify or apologize for his statement. Erick said this event was sold out long before Trump confirmed his appearance, but willing to refund fees to those who want to leave early. I’m staying, it doesn’t get better than this for political cray-cray.

    No word if Megyn’s confirmed, no, this isn’t her audience, I’m still trying to figure out the demo here, lol.

    • leslie says:

      You can watch #RSG15 livestream at:

      • DeniseVB says:

        Jeb! speaking at 1:30, this is NOT a Jeb! crowd. Should be interesting.

        Then finally, Walker at 4:30 pm. Will be interesting to see if the crowd gives him the love they just gave Cruz. So far HUGE Cruz/Rubio crowd.

        • leslie says:

          I saw they❤ d Cruz. I missed Rubio. My faves are Cruz/Carly —— just in case anyone missed the 3 other times I mentioned it.

          • taw46 says:

            Cruz has been my favorite for awhile. Carly has been impressive, almost perfect in how she has performed. But, I worked at HP and was one of those 30,000+ employees layed off. Believe me, it was not handled well. So, I have mixed feelings about her.

          • votermom says:

            I’m a jinx so I can’t say I like Cruz.
            But I do.

          • leslie says:

            vm~ I can say I like anyone. But the moment I donate to them or offer to work on their campaign, they are doomed…..😦

    • dm says:

      I read that this morning and thought it was a mistake. I feel the best feedback the Donald could get on anything he says would be from the audience, not Erick. I don’t usually pay too much attention to these debate moderators, although you can clearly see their bias. But I did feel that Fox set the tone right from the start with their first question. Trump didn’t say anything offensive IMO, but then again, he wasn’t directing the insult at me personally. While not an ardent Trump supporter, I do see the value of having him out there for now. At some point, it may overshadow the process of whittling down the other candidates. I think his presence has certainly gotten the attention of much of America, who otherwise at this point, might not be showing much interest…which the more engaged the voting public is the better.

  30. mothy67 says:

    I have so much respect for so many here. I think about a daughter struggling wirh heroin, a granfather a grandmother raising kids. A hot asian mom living i Philly burbs. I could go on for days expressing how much you inspire me but I doubt I will ever convince any of you to embrace THe Donald. I like Walker but I implore you to look at Hillary/Palin/Romney. Do you honestly believe he could sustain that.

  31. votermom says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Bingo. The establishment is pulling out all the stops to get rid of Trump now. I think they’re making a big mistake. But who knows.

      • taw46 says:

        Oligarchs fighting it out. We’re just all going along for the ride.

      • swanspirit says:

        They are denying him the opportunity to flame out on his own, which he would do sooner if they let him. I would love to have heard the other candidates step up and respond to his face after what he said., but now we don’t have that opportunity

  32. mothy67 says:

    I’d like to say something in defense of Trump. My sister is eleven months younger than me she is the brat”s grandmther. She was with a man for years that beat her. She did not grow up with it ad everytime she asked for help my brothers were there. Didn’t matter she went back. Eventually she left him. She had a brain tumor and her daughter asked could it have been caused by being hit in the head. I am about 30 grand in and my parents are triple that to keep her fsther away.Huge expense. His dad who beat my sister lives on his living room floor. The guy was Allegheney County’s most wanted. By chance a guy was at championship games and he took notice of her dad. Said something is not right. Well he is ex CIA and now a PI. I did not approach him. He came to my mom and said that man is not right. It is so obvious to everybody but the social workers who see him for an hour twice a week. They love him. He knocked out his girlfriends front teeth. How hard do you need to hit to take out teeth. He has been in jail on two hearings. He told the judge at a custody hearing it was okay that he smoked pot everyday because lots of states say it is okay. He was ordered a psych eval and he refuses to comply. No chance in hell we are giving up. Close to a hundred grand. Oh well crud has an orange belt and is a very decent person. No chance i will give up on her. Her existance is more than my college debt. My point is I love Trump for saying this is stupid. His insanity reeks of sanity. I watch local news and it is filled with child abuse. Kids dying. Baby girls mother slung that at me. I went through hell. I gave all access. They found some gay porn shocking gay manbhad gay porn. They were going to do a vag exam. I think the attorneys played me because I said i would admit to rvery sexusl crime ever committed but do not hurt her. I would have confessed to being Jack the Ripper. I am very wierd and my relationship with dirt bag is stramhe. Be real how many kids have a neurotic gay uncle as a primary care giver. I cannot explain how much I love her. She broke her collarbone so I read her Harry Potter. Monster has the books hidden under her bed.
    I think of Trump as I go throuhg this endless maze as i want to hear someone say shut up.

  33. Myiq2xu says:

    New thread up!

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