Trump on the cover of Hollywood Reporter


Actually a fun read. The interviewer just gives The Donald’s answers straight.

“And I’m friendly with so many Hollywood people. They’re calling me and they’re saying, “Donald, I’m a super liberal, I’m voting for you. Do me a favor, don’t tell anybody about it.”

I read it while keeping in mind what Scott Adams said about how Trump is very smart about how he chooses his words so that you are left subconsciously impressed at all times. I think he’s right.

Read it here.

Open thread.

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154 Responses to Trump on the cover of Hollywood Reporter

  1. votermom says:

    Trump ! Get your hot fresh baked Trump here!

  2. Lulu says:

    It is very funny and he is having WAY too much fun. There are some great new descriptors of the various media and other candidates.

  3. helenk3 says:

    when i saw the post, my first thought was I wonder when and if this will happen?

  4. DandyTIger says:

    This is the most fun and crazy prezzy election ever. After Bush and Obama, A lot of American’s might be saying “fuck it, the establishment says he’s dangerous, sounds good to me.”

    • angienc says:

      Also the prospect of ANOTHER Bush v. Clinton contest is pissing people off. WTF there are only 2 families we’re “allowed” to vote for in this country?
      Plus the FUCKING BALLS on Jeb! to even seriously be running after W. is gobsmacking on how “in the bubble/out of touch” he and the political class/MSM are that it’s downright insulting.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I noticed the timing of Trump entering the race was at the time the media/polls were running Jeb! and Hillary way ahead of their respective packs as the annointed winners.

        My oh my have things changed since then 🙂

        • Myiq2xu says:

          The three candidates who got the biggest post-debate bounce are Trump, Carson and Fiorina. None of them has ever held political office before.

          • angienc says:

            I thought it was Cruz, Carson and Fiorina with post-debate bounce. Trump held steady (ie not “destroyed/collapsed” as MSM predicted).
            Of the 4 only Cruz holds/held political office but his pitch from Day 1 has always been fighting the Washington Cartel.

          • DeniseVB says:

            And every one of them is STILL more qualified for President than Obama was in 2008. I’m enjoying the Carson and Fiorina surge. Good people and they f**king love America!

          • Myiq2xu says:

            The point I was trying to make is that people are sick and tired of politicians who say one thing and do another. Trump has caught a big wave, the question is whether he can ride it all the way to the White House.

          • lyn says:

            Trumpnado is here.

          • lizzy says:

            Sounds like Trump is swimming with the sharks. Who will eat and who will be eaten.

  5. cynic says:

    Chris Matthews was on Morning Joe today discussing Trump. Matthews understands the average Joe, and explained it well in this clip.–trump-is-on-to-something-508363843807

      • Lulu says:

        The media is also trying to take themselves out of their group-think. It is killing their ratings.

        • leslie says:

          Even Mika was attempting to get out of the group-think this morning. It’s hilarious. I’ve become glued to Morning Joe again since I stopped working. I’m watching them twist and turn in the gale. (Because wind is not the operative word at this point)
          This was the best year ever to retire. 😀

          • cynic says:

            I’ve been enjoying it as well!, but we already knew that Mika wasn’t a Hillary fan. Lately, she’s been talking up Biden.

            This a.m. was amazing. When you have Eugene Robinson, Ron Fournier, who said ‘Hillary Clinton Gave Her Worst Ever Press Conference’, & Sam Stein, etc. discussing her lies, it’s worth watching again.

            This is a great synopsis of one of those discussions, via Mediate:

            “The Huffington Post is doubling down on its decision to label its coverage of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign as entertainment, despite the fact that Donald Trump is within six points of Hillary Clinton and dominating Jeb Bush, dominating the Republican field,” co-host Joe Scarborough noted.

            “Sam, go home and tell them to change it,” Brzezinski implored.

            “I’ve got a problem with this,” she continued, “This reminds me of the Fox debate, like a news organization trying to like control something and move it along in the direction that they believe is righteous.”

            “You know, with all due respect to [founder Ariana Huffington]… I think it’s crazy,” liberal Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson agreed. “We can’t dictate what is, and we can’t dictate who Republican voters say they want to have as president. And we have to cover that person. I mean, we just have to.”

            National Journal’s Ron Fournier joked that “if Huffington Post is going to treat Donald Trump like entertainment, maybe they should treat Hillary Clinton like fiction.”

          • leslie says:

            I know! Didn’t you just love that last line????

          • cynic says:

            That line by Ron was great. If it wasn’t so early in the a.m., I would be making me some of that popcorn.

            Meanwhile, some talking head was on Chris Hayes’ show tonight saying how offensive the term ‘anchor babies’ is.

          • leslie says:

            Thank goodness that was about the time I went for a 2 mile walk – except at my age, and in my condition, it looks more like I’m crawling. 😉
            At least I’m getting in some exercise nearly every day – and I’ve lost 4 pounds. I’m certain to find them though before they get too far away. 😉

          • cynic says:

            Congrats! All my exercise these days is in the form of gardening. Hauling three hoses around last week, however, did entail a lot of walking on my three acres.

            We got a storm last night, and were without power for the whole evening. I used a flashlight to read my new seed catalog, and listened to the radio. We ended up getting over 2 1/4″ of rain over a two day period, which explains all my commenting today! No watering! Yea! Today felt like an Autumn day, with it only getting in the low 70’s, and no humidity.

            We canned salsa and tomato juice over the weekend, and today I made refrigerator pickles. I’ve already made several different kinds of pickles a couple of weeks ago, so all the remaining cukes will be taken to our food pantry tomorrow.

            I went on a low carb diet in early Jan., and have lost almost 30 lbs. Now, if only I can keep it off.

          • leslie says:

            OMG. 30 lbs !!! Congratulations. I’ll have to look at low carb plans. I don’t know what that would look like. But if I lost 30 lbs. in a year or so, I’d be a happy camper/walker ……… Wow.. 😀

    • leslie says:

      That was great cynic. I turned on the teevee just at the end of Matthews little observation and so missed almost all of it,. THANK YOU for posting this. I don’t usually listen to Matthews, so I wouldn’t have gone looking for the beginning of this statement.

  6. DandyTIger says:

    Meanwhile, this is what my lib friends post on FB:

    • Lulu says:

      Okay. All bow down to the dictator who will never leave office. Unless Iran has difficulty understanding elections they might want to consider that the next prezzy might shove Obama’s agreement and side deals up their nose. They might want to consider that. Just saying. And reversing Obama is not treason. Where do they come up with this stuff? ValJar is that you?

    • DeniseVB says:

      Yawn, shades of my former lib pals during Bush. Evil Republicans can’t hold a candle to Oblahma “treason” now. Scary times.

      • lizzy says:

        I’m sure that among all Obama’s nefarious schemes, plots and deeds there is plenty of treason lurking. It just needs to be revealed and bite hime soundly. As Hillary twists with her email noose perhaps she will finally out Obama?

  7. helenk3 says:

    off topic

    another planned parenthood video released. it will make you cry

    • votermom says:

      Just reading the description is heartbreaking.

    • votermom says:

    • leslie says:

      I can’t even read the descriptions or tweets anymore. That I ever supported PP just makes me want to cry.
      – kinda like my past support of Hillary

      • DeniseVB says:

        I have yet to watch a video. PP is a scam, always has been. Young frightened girls of any race who show up there will not get a choice, they get one option or the hell with them. Nothing about parenthood. At all.

        • leslie says:

          And… at least a few years ago, if the girl was poor and had no income or insurance, they told her “buh-bye if you can’t pay for our services.”

      • swanspirit says:

        I remember supporting planned parenthood , and being pro-choice , to prevent young women from having horrible illegal abortions. A friend of mine had almost died having an illegal abortion and she was so messed up, most doctors told her she would never have children, until she actually had one.
        Never in our worst imagination would we have ever thought that PP would be doing what they are doing.

  8. helenk3 says:

    stolen from Marge

  9. Dora says:

    EXCLUSIVE: Sea views, sweeping lawns, and a private beach – how Hillary Clinton plans to spend break from campaigning among ‘ordinary Americans’ in $50,000-a-week Hamptons home

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Another great video from 2010. This should be the theme song of our subconscious that Trump is living rent free in 😀

  11. Myiq2xu says:
    • Myiq2xu says:

      Hey, GOP primary losers, you better get out there fast with a real immigration plan, because right now you are losing to Donald Trump and that makes you the epitome of loserdom. But unlike Trump, you should be serious about ending the illegal immigration nightmare. His supporters are. Hell, his opponents are, too. Yet some of you haven’t just flirted with amnesty – Rubio tried yet couldn’t score, but donor class puffball Jeb Bush has gotten to third base with amnesty and is trying to round home.

      “Act of love” indeed.

      Some of you and the GOP Establishment (yeah, it exists) don’t think illegal aliens are a problem. They are. And the people suffering aren’t yahoos and rubes hatin’ on them brownpeople from Mex-eeee-ko. They are fellow Americans who see their property overrun and stolen, their children murdered by gangbangers or slaughtered by drunk drivers, and their taxes raised to pay for the medical care and schooling of people who shouldn’t be here in the first place.

      And when they protest, at best, the establishment ignores their complaints about their country being disrespected and its laws flouted. More often, they get lectured by some sanctimonious, sheltered suit like Jeb about how they need to just shut up and suck it up.

      Enter Trump, filling the void the establishment left when it decided that getting cheap stevedores for the Chamber of Commerce’s biggest donors means more than preserving the country and the life real Americans worked for.

      Yeah, real Americans. You know, ones who were born here, or came here legally – like my wife. There is nothing immoral about putting the interests of real Americans before that of people who we never asked to come here and who have no right to be here. That’s kind of the purpose of the United States government – to protect American citizens, not somebody who decided to wander in without knocking and help himself to the proverbial six pack in our fridge.

  12. Myiq2xu says:

    Boo hoo:

    MANY monsters and ghosts haunt the dreams of Latino children. There is “La Llorona,” who is said to moan for her dead children. And more recently, the Chupacabra, which sucks the blood from farm animals and maybe a boy or a girl if he or she doesn’t behave.

    Now we can add a new boogeyman to the repertoire of scary Latino bedtime stories.

    His name is The Donald.

    Ever since he began his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination with a vicious screed against Mexican immigrants, Donald J. Trump has become a figure of dread and comic-book meanness to the Latino community. He’s a villain in a flaccid pompadour, spewing threats and insults that have filtered down into the bosom of many a Latino family, to be heard by children gathered by the television set or at the dinner table.

    In Lynwood, a working-class and mostly Latino suburb of Los Angeles, it isn’t hard to find children who have heard of El Señor Trump.

    Hugo, a 7-year-old not much taller than a New York City fireplug, is the son of Mexican immigrants. Too young to understand what Mr. Trump meant when he called immigrants from Mexico “rapists,” Hugo boiled The Donald’s message down to three words: “Mexicans are ugly.”

    It made young Hugo “sad” to hear someone call his parents ugly, he said. And if he could meet Mr. Trump, he’d tell him, “Bad luck for you.”

    When Mr. Trump takes to a stage and declares Mexican immigrants to be murderers, his rhetorical daggers strike at the collective Latino psyche. We’re offended, we’re wounded and we’re angry.

    “I’m afraid someone is going to hurt him,” my 10-year-old daughter pronounced recently. And now it is possible to do so, symbolically speaking — Trump piñatas are selling like hot tamales over the border in Tijuana.

    In families like Hugo’s, Mr. Trump’s campaign speaks to a child’s greatest fear: the possibility that he might be separated from his parents. Hugo was born in the United States, but his mother and father came here from Mexico 10 years ago.

    “We tell him we don’t have the same papers he does,” Hugo’s father told me. “We have to explain that there are people like Donald Trump and Arpaio” — referring to Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz. — “who are against it.”

    Sheriff Arpaio, who joined Mr. Trump at an Arizona rally in July, is famous for his aggressive pursuit of undocumented immigrants. I like to think of him as our Cucuy (a kidnapping boogeyman also known as El Cuco). The Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is El Cadejo (an angry being with sharp canines), and the conservative pundit Ann Coulter is a Llorona screaming “¡Adiós, América!” — the title of her recent anti-Mexico polemic, which refers to the country as “a third world hellhole.”

    But it’s The Donald who is on the airwaves the most these days. His unapologetic xenophobia has helped to push his presidential campaign to the top of the fractured Republican field. Like certain politicians in the Weimar Republic, he’s found a largely defenseless group to pick on — who also happen to be reviled by a bankable minority of the electorate.

    • votermom says:

      Someone is gonna make a fortune on Trump masks this Halloween.

      • Lulu says:

        I might not give candy this year because about 75% of the kids hauled to my neighborhood are illegals. Or I might wear a Trump mask when I open the door! And I’m tired of smarmy fucks telling me to be ashamed that Mexico is poor. I didn’t have anything to do with it.

        • DeniseVB says:

          You’re lucky, we get the vanload from the Church of What’s Happening Now of kids from the inner city. We call them “gansta’s in training” because they critique our FREE candy. Just can’t make these kids happy.

          • Lulu says:

            Some big kid said something to that effect to me in Spanish one year. My hubby was standing near me and said in Spanish “Then give it back asshole.” The kid RAN away. I was going Whah? Then he explained and I couldn’t stop laughing. Spanish speakers have to be careful in Texas because a lot of gringos speak Spanish too.

        • 49erDweet says:

          Mexico is poor because it mismanages it’s resources to the benefit of a ritzy familias.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Isn’t that what Hillary and the Dems are running on? At least Bernie’s honest about what he’s selling, I don’t see him vacationing in St. Bart’s right now? Optics is everything. 🙂

    • lyn says:

      That’s great. We have Latino children scared of The Donald and black children scared of law enforcement and racism. Heckuvajob, proggies.

    • Kathy says:

      And btw, why wouldn’t illegals want to stay in their country and work to make things better. The problem I see now is that so many are coming that they can’t be assimilated so our country is starting to feel like a third world country.

      • DeniseVB says:

        We sure send enough money to those countries these poor souls are trying to escape. I think Trump wants to start deducting from that foreign aid for every person that comes here with just the shirt on their back. Not a bad idea…..

    • lizzy says:

      Doesn’t this one just tug at your heart. How can Republicans be so mean! s/

  13. DeniseVB says:

    Sarahcuda’s weighing in. (and still wondering what she meant by the next President of the United States hasn’t entered the race yet ?)

  14. foxyladi14 says:

    I revile ALL criminals. 👿

  15. DeniseVB says:

    I’m in favor of this “birthright” ban. I’m sure those who were born here before we ever ban this anchor baby nonsense, will be grandfathered to be excluded, ESPECIALLY if they’re in med school or at the very least paying taxes as a productive “citizen” of our country.

    I’m very leery of all this spin that we would be so heartless to destroy lives and families already established here. Then again, I’m also leery of those who illegally immigrate here are trying to turn our country into the one they just LEFT !?

    • Somebody says:

      Anchor babies are like a big welcome sign and a ticket to the dole, after all baby US citizen can’t work so he and his soon to be siblings support the family with their benefits. Enough, no more. I have absolutely no problem with granting citizenship to children born on US soil of legal immigrants in the process of becoming citizens. Otherwise piss off and go back to your home country and take your baby with you.

      It’s not just Mexicans and central Americans either, lots of people fly in from all over Asia just to pop out a kid here……apparently it’s a big business on the west coast. That part of the 14th amendment needs to go away, it was put there for the benefit of the children of slaves… has outlived its usefulness.

      I agree many of the illegals AND some of the legal immigrants that have been coming here over the past couple of decades A) are not assimilating and B) seem to want to turn the US into the same kind of shithole they came from.

      • lizzy says:

        If they don’t want to assimilate keep them out. In fact I’m not feeling too charitable to any immigration. We don’t need more unemployed unskilled people and we shouldn’t be exploiting trained workers to keep wages down.

      • cynic says:

        We live in the country, with a small subdivision nearby. One of the boys got married in MN last week, and another neighbor boy was one of the Groomsmen. These were kids that grew up with my son, and now they’re getting married and having kids! Where did those years go?

        Anyway, the groomsman, who is an engineer working for Northrup Grumman in CA, wanted to talk politics with me! He likes Trump and Carson! He has a 6-month old, and now realizes that the school district that his kid would go to is 80% Hispanic, with most that don’t speak English! It’s sinking in that he’ll have to send his kids to a private school, and how much this is going to cost him!

        This illegal immigration thing is really sinking in with the 20-30 yr. olds!

  16. DeniseVB says:

    LOL, at least this knocked that perv Jared out of my news feed……

    • lyn says:

      Is Oprah doing anything to help the black community and to fight the violence in Chicago?

    • lizzy says:

      Oprah has problems with cons and scammers; she doesn’t know she’s being taken. She supported Big O and got snubbed by Mooch for being fat. It’s really sooo sad,

      • DeniseVB says:

        Do you remember when MO spent an extra week at Oprah’s Maui oceanfront estate as a 50th birthday gift from BO? We the Taxpayers paid for that extra security and transportation back to DC. MSM must have missed that 😉 Funny we haven’t heard from Oprah since then about her WH BFFs ?

        • leslie says:

          Wasn’t that the/a time when she “didn’t get work done”?

          • DeniseVB says:

            It’s why MOTUS is on my driveby. At the time, we swore it was an intervention. Seems whenever MO disappears, we think the worse. And we’ll continue to think the worse whenever she drops off the radar 😉

  17. DeniseVB says:

    John Smart has a poll up. He gave “smart” ass choices, I chose to vote honestly 🙂 Go mess with his brain ….. vote honest…. and yes, I chose one Dem 😉

    • Lulu says:

      I had trouble choosing between RuPaul and Susie Chapstick. John Smarty-pants indeed.

    • leslie says:

      I was surprised that Scott Walker had 0% of the votes when I was there. (about an hour ago) Trump was in 2nd place. I wonder how many of those Trump votes were cynical ones.

  18. 49erDweet says:

    Early trip to Stanford Med Ctr this morn w/my honey for more of her tests and consults. Gah!! Used to commute thru this traffic. Double Gah!!!!

  19. DeniseVB says:

    Watching “Danny”. Too bad NOAA didn’t name it “Donald” 😉 Or Denise 😦

  20. smile says:

    I was just thinking about Hillary’s claim that she wanted to just carry one device. If so, she could have just used the State issued device to conduct her personal business on, the only harm would have been that the State IT personnel could have read her personal emails. But instead, she felt that her personal emails were more important than National security concerns and compromises. According to her actions, it was okay for foreign spies and hackers to look at U.S. State secrets as well as her personal emails, but not okay for U.S. State Dept. IT staff to look at her personal emails.

  21. leslie says:

    I just want to say “Thank You” to everyone who sent links r/t women’s health and heart health when Klown’s mom was so ill.
    I used those links and learned that some of what I thought were (and may still be) symptoms r/t anxiety and blood pressure could be r/t heart problems. I made an appointment with my Doc for this morning. Then, I gently requested a closer look at the swollen ankles/feet and dizziness and some other problems and she agreed to do some tests today and then to refer for additional ones depending on what the results from today were.
    So, I’ll know better today (with the EKG) and early next week with the blood tests, if it looks as though I need further examination. I’m just relieved to have taken these early steps. So thank you all once again. ❤

    • helenk3 says:

      I hope all goes well

    • lyn says:

      {{Leslie}} I also hope all goes well.

    • leslie says:

      Thank you everyone.
      I don’t know why I was surprised by your wonderful responses.
      It was heartwarming. ❤

    • lizzy says:

      Good luck with the tests Leslie. I have high blood pressure. I was having edema in my feet and ankles. My doctor suggested elastic pressure stockings. I delayed trying them but when I finally got some it relieved the swelling. They are a pain in the neck to put on but they do help.

      • leslie says:

        Thanks, lizzy. I also have been wearing those darned stockings – for almost a year. They do relieve the swelling, and I appreciate that. In fact, I’m pretty religious about wearing them. Except on the 80+ deg. days. I even cut along the toe seam so that I could wear sandals and flipflops (in the house).
        BTW: those stockings are pretty expensive. So I looked on Amazon and was able to afford several pair. It was easier to wear clean stockings without having to launder them every night when I was working.

    • swanspirit says:

      Stay well Leslie!!

    • cynic says:

      You’re always on my mind (Piper as well), since you all live so close to me! Someday, we’ll have to meet!

      Hope all goes well with your tests, and glad that you’re asking questions, and taking a proactive stance with your health!

      I feel that I’ve been out of the loop lately, and behind in commenting. Klown’s mom’s heart condition was a real eye opener to all of us. He’s been great, and thank goodness he’s close to his mom, and can help her. I was able to read some of the suggestions put out there by our little community here, but missed some days, when I was on vacation in MN.

    • smile says:

      Keeping you in my prayers, Leslie. Early detection is key. I am so glad you are having it looked at. In the meantime, I would suggest to cut down on sodium (that is, salt) intake. It causes the body to retain water which builds up in the feet/ankles and on up. All processed foods are loaded with sodium. My family member can only take max 1500 mg of sodium a day. Fairly easy to do if no processed foods, but hard if main diet is processed/packaged foods.

  22. helenk3 says:

    this is a must read.
    what our government is doing and it is not in our best interest

  23. mothy67 says:

    I have three brothers, a sister, two parents who are one of 6 and 7. My one aunt had 9. All adults. Wanna talk grass roots. My Aunt Maureen called me with what I assume was a prepared speech about getting on board with Trump. I see her at weddings and funerals. Growing up we all lived in same area. Anyhow my sparky aunt starts talking about how I’m a gay but I am also a brother, a son, a neighbor put personal identity politics aside. We all have to take a bump to make this our country great again. We are steel town. Flashdance is what we be. What a Feeling. Seriously where I grew up there was one industry Clairton Works Democrats from forever. My 73 yeared(is that a word) young on the phone with her a gay nephew that she has never once called. Okay not true one time she was visiting NYC and I had a friend in “Lion in Winter” got to take her backstage where she met Stockard Channing and Laurance Fishbourne. Instead of saying thank you she asked do all the gays get this stuff. We went to Joe Allen after the show and Channing came by the table as did Patti LuPone. I had been fired from Joe Allen a few years before so unfair I was only 12 hours late for my shift and drunk. Anyhow Joe picked up the tab. My aunt thinks the gays have some magical fairy power to her credit I got her and her two friends VIP tix for Live with Kelly maybe it was Regis. Her fucking friend won a vacation. I lived and worked in Hell’s Kitchen for twenty years. Peter Neufeld (RIP) was my friend
    Anyhow if my aunt is raising up n army of geriatric militants look out BlackLivesMatter. Cage match Aunt Maureen can take Farrah faucet Khan. Entire conversation until the end was I allpwed to say I support Trump. Because i am ” a gay” I have no other thoughts. Shut up. Love my aunts when i was a kid 3 1/2 i had major heart surgery. Everyone of my bitch aunts stood in line to donate blood. Fucking blood forgive me if I do not write off the wmen in my life because of an anti gay slur

  24. helenk3 says:

    think backtrack can get off this golf course long enough to have something done about this or is this part of his hope and change deal?

  25. mothy67 says:

    SON of bitch. I wrote the above talking to myself hours ago. Sue me. I am nuts. I put my thoughts down as if I was actually adressing someone. Journals do not work for me. I know what I think I want reflection this cowboy has no fear of rejection not that sensitive. Loads of thoughts run between my two working brain cells. Helps me to address someone when I babble. My thoughts congeal differently. I get it out then I hit cancel. I wrote the above noise early today. Kindle was charging came home swiped and hit post. Feel free to delete.

  26. DeniseVB says:

    Hey, too bad msm didn’t vet Obama this hard in 2008. We all know he was an empty suit then, as he is now.

  27. Dora says:

    Bush is toast! At least he should be!

    Jeb Bush Trashes Trump In Spanish TV Interview – Promises Amnesty

    Jeb Bush blasted Donald Trump in his latest interview on Telemundo. Bush told the Hispanic audience that he would pass amnesty if elected.

    • lizzy says:

      Of course they don’t know that Bush can’t pass amnesty by himself anymore than Obama’s executive orders can survive a court challenge or a president who disagrees with him.

  28. mothy67 says:

    I hate martyrs. So draining. By court order my nephew gets to see his daughter two times a week. One of us has to be within 100 yards, has to be public. Which essentially means sitting in a parking lot. By court order she has to have a cell phone. He uses legal aid then claims in court he makes 2500 a week. We have spent an obscene amount protecting her. I attornies are expensive. My parents set up estate planning a long time ago. Without a wink I said use all my stuff. Wow lots of money. Protecting this little girl has gone six figures. Worth every penny
    Martyr shit is my mom she put on a big display about how she had to use quarters to buy cigs. Egads we have tons of cash places. Cookie jar is stuffed with 20s. My mom never needed to roll pennies to buy ciarettes. She wanted to be heard.

  29. Dora says:

    JUDGE TRUMP: Meet the Donald’s sister.

    Familiar Talk on Women, From an Unfamiliar Trump

  30. Dora says:

    Floodgates Open: Top Democrat Professor Says ‘I’ve Never Seen any Politician’ with Better Immigration Plan than Trump

  31. DeniseVB says:

    LOL, I give up 🙂

  32. Myiq2xu says:
  33. leslie says:

    Sorry, I suppose this will get me into the dungeon again, but I just had to do it:

    • leslie says:

      Yup. I’m in the dungeon. I see lots of breakfast treats here, but is there anything for dinner?

      • mothy67 says:

        I hid my crack pipe under thecsofa

      • piper says:

        Hope you can get out soon otherwise call on 49erD. He know the way out using the secret kitty tunnel. Take care as I’m on a tour in Mother Russia – don’t have time to see Putin this time around LOL!
        Take care of yourself and please report any med. findings.

        • piper says:

          Interesting that I’ve also landed in the dungeon. Mmmmmm the coffee and scones are delicious! Posted from abroad on my iPad sent me down the river!

        • 49erDweet says:

          Little known fact: TCH’s dungeon operation is coordinated by the timing of commenting and phasing anomalies between Enceleadus and Dione, two of the moons of Saturn. It’s complicated, but by sending $5 and a SASE to the usual PO box in Del Rey, TX, the resultant two year open window schedule mailed back should be found useful.

  34. mothy67 says:

    My little bit of unscientific observation is working women love Trump.

  35. Underwhelmed says:

    Words is that a bunch of attack ads are being planned against Trump. If they do that, I can only imagine how he’ll respond. I don’t thing the concept of turn the other cheek is anywhere on his radar. What’s that saying? Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind?

    • DandyTIger says:

      Heard the same. That it will be coordinated from all the biggest owners, er, I mean donors of a lot of the other candidates. Basically the establishment wants to take it to the next level to take out Trump. All their pundits and journalists on the payroll have failed, so time for a big ad dump. Hey, they haven’t made the presidency a near dictatorship for just anyone to get the job.

      • Underwhelmed says:

        What — they think he doesn’t have the big guns locked and loaded? I would be shocked if he doesn’t have ammo on standby. Plus the more they sling mud at him the more average people seem to side with him. And they call them elites because there aren’t so many of them.

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