Hillary Gets Trumped

I’m pretty sure this ad is racist . . . er . . . sexist or something.

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122 Responses to Hillary Gets Trumped

  1. swanspirit says:

    Nobody made her bark like a dog. She walked (barked) right into that one. I am still going with early onset dementia.

  2. Dora says:

    It’s going to be a long hot summer.

    Anti-Trump Groups Threaten ‘Largest Civil Disobedience Action of the Century


  3. DandyTIger says:

    If I were Hillary, I wouldn’t bark around Obama. #ObamaEatsDogs #NeverGetsOld

  4. DandyTIger says:

    There are still people on both sides of the aisle that think Hillary can beat Trump. Did they not watch what he did to Jeb? And Jeb had far less baggage than Hillary. Less issues with corruption, lying, and actually being responsible for the deaths of Americans. I would never underestimate a Clinton, but Hillary can easily be beaten if the opponent has the guts to not hold back.

    • Anthony says:

      Add to that the possibility of spilling the T about all the contributions (and favors) to both Clintons, not to mention the CGI. Trump knows where all the bodies are buried, and I don’t believe he’d wait a second to blow the lid off of everything. For everyone. On either side. Forever and ever, world without end, Amen.

      Thats why I also believe the GOPe won’t mess with him – too much dirt on all of them

      • Constance says:

        Trump does know how to get things done and he knows what is important and what’s not. I’ll vote for him.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Bring it Hillary, my va-jay-jay is 3x schlonger than yours. Really, Chelsea’s the best ya got?
      I have the Trump Card kid, circa 2011


      • Myiq2xu says:

        I’m not one to bad-mouth people but what exactly has Chelsea done with her live except be their kid?

        Compared to her the Kennedy kids were by-your-bootstaps self-made successes.

  5. jennifer lyn says:

    All of this matters to people who believe in golden rule. Scary thing is that many do not and will vote for the insanity of “everything free.” I think this might be last year of thinking electorate that votes with conscience. I also believe that Trump will eviscerate Hillary. She is a sinking ship so easy to send to the bottom. Fact she forget the four dead people at the embassy if proof she has started to believe her own lies–time to wake her the heck up. I would show the bloody handprint on the wall in every commercial. EVERY ONE.

  6. Myiq2xu says:

    I just had the weirdest dream of my life. I lay down to celebrate National Nap week with 40 winks before WWTBAM comes on. I slept for over an hour, right thru my show.

    I’m not going to give you all the details. Even the ones I remember were weird,

    The dream involved:

    1. Hillary Clinton
    2. A rundown house in a bad neighborhood in Fresno.
    3. Tweekers
    4. Thieves (but I repeat myself)
    5. At least one demon.or ghost.
    6. Lots of cockroaches.
    7, The house was filled with useless junk but hidden in with the crap was some really valuable stuff like jewelry.
    8. A female MMA boxer
    9. I was supposed to guard the property, clean up the place, get rid of the demons/ghosts and the roaches, find the valuables and keep the tweekers from stealing everything.

  7. swanspirit says:

    Hillary is a fool to say Donald Trump is an embarrassment. I guess her husband’s behavior in the oval office didn’t embarrass her? There is a very long list of things Hillary has done that are more embarrassing, and lethal, than anything Trump has done.. How about running for office while being investigated by the FBI?

  8. jennifer lyn says:

    actually both hillary and rubio running for office is an embarrassment to the American people. Hillary is a crook, liar, killer and Rubio used govt. money to pay his bills and had to step down from committee because of it. Both parties really lowered themselves to allow these two to speak as one of them but I guess after Obama you can’t go any lower so all is fair in war and politics.

  9. Dora says:

    Oh yes – the skating rink. That was where many of us first heard Trump’s name.

    • Jadzia says:

      How in God’s name do you spend $13 million on a skating rink? Was a land purchase involved? Zambonis don’t cost THAAAAAT much.

      • blowme0bama says:

        Government. Government is the most inefficient cluster@#$%. They’re very grandiose and generous with our $. They’re simply farming us for the tax $.

        • Jadzia says:

          Well, as a taxpaying expat (for another few months, at least), I can’t argue with that.

          Chapter 7 section 7 done. I now feel like I’m pulling teeth. UGH KILL ME NOW.

      • swanspirit says:

        Does anyone else remember the $400 hammers and $200 toilet seats
        ? It is the govt budgets, If they don’t spend it all , their budget might reintroduced for their particular department, and we can’t have that can we?

        • leslie says:

          When my son was teaching in the C(hicago)P(ublic)S(shools) he was invoices for staplers for over $100 each. When he spoke to his principal about ways to save money so they could continue to offer the kids some programs, he was nearly fired. BECAUSE he questioned how CPS was spending $$.

  10. WMCB says:

  11. Myiq2xu says:

    Scott Adams:

    The last time Trump and Clinton mixed it up hard, Clinton called Trump sexist and Trump responded that she was an enabler for her husband’s womanizing. In summary:

    – Clinton accused Trump of being anti-woman

    – Trump accused Clinton of being anti-woman

    I wonder if we have seen all of the permutations of gender politics. I doubt we will see Clinton accuse Trump of being anti-male. That wouldn’t stick.

    But we haven’t seen Trump accuse Clinton of being anti-male. And that would stick like tar. He might be saving that one for later.

    Remember that Linguistic Kill Shots such as low-energy, little Marco, and robotic generally have two characteristics that make them work:

    1. The label must be a fresh one you have not seen in politics.

    2. Voters must be reminded of the label every time they see or hear the subject.

    I’ve never heard a politician call another one anti-male. So this approach qualifies on the freshness dimension. And any time you hear Clinton talk about making the world better for women – which is obviously a legitimate goal – it would remind you she cares less about men, even if that isn’t true. (We don’t know what is in her head.)

    Trump could frame Clinton as anti-male without ever saying “anti-male.” The exact words matter less than the concept. But the words do need to be catchy in some way, so everyone wants to repeat them.

    My gut feeling is that men will abandon Clinton every day from now until November unless Trump murders a baby on live television. Otherwise, I think Trump wins easily with men.

    But women are the interesting wild card in this scenario. For the sake of discussion, let’s say half of Clinton’s female supporters have a grudge against men. That seems about right if you consider all the attention on gender discrimination. Now add to that all the abusive relationships women have experienced, both personally and professionally, and you have plenty of reasons for women to be anti-male, even if only subconsciously.

    But the hypothetical half of women that do not have a grudge against men would run like the wind to avoid being labelled anti-male. It goes to identity. And identity is always the strongest level of persuasion. The only way to beat it is with dirty tricks or a stronger identity play.

    Trump is well on his way to owning the identities of American, Alpha Males, and Women Who Like Alpha Males. Clinton is well on her way to owning the identities of angry women, beta males, immigrants, and disenfranchised minorities.

    If this were poker, which hand looks stronger to you for a national election?

  12. Dora says:

    Now it’s official. Great news!

  13. Myiq2xu says:

    Panty-wetting panic of the day:

    Just how should we expect the supporters of any candidate to react when that candidate has the nomination stolen from him?

  14. Myiq2xu says:

  15. Dora says:

    The ‘establishment’ wasn’t pleased with him either.

  16. swanspirit says:

    IT’S ON! Trump takes aim at Hillary: ‘Embarrassment to our country’
    MARCH 16, 2016

    Has Donald Trump shifted to general election mode?

    Fresh off a clean sweep of Super Tuesday 2, the Republican front runner appeared on CNN via telephone and took aim at Hillary Clinton.

    Host Chris Cuomo played a clip of Clinton lambasting Trump during her victory speech last night.

    Among other things, she said, “Our commander-in-chief has to be able to defend our country, not embarrass it.”

    Trump promptly returned fire.

    “I think she’s an embarrassment to our country. She’s under federal investigation. She doesn’t have the strength or the stamina to be president, frankly, as far as I’m concerned.

    “She talks about ‘defeat our enemies.’ Where has she been the last year? We can’t even beat ISIS. She isn’t defeating our enemies. She wouldn’t know how to defeat the enemies.”

    Trump believes voters are “tired of a country that can’t beat ISIS,” or “anybody on trade.”

    • leslie says:

      He left out “She couldn’t even protect 4 Americans and lied about their deaths, the cause of their deaths and who/what was responsible for them.”

  17. Myiq2xu says:

    If you go to Norkland and pull some stupid shit, don’t whine about what happens next.

    • swanspirit says:

      This kid was obviously a special snowflake, and was completely out of his depth in visiting North Korea. I still hope they get him out, but if they do free him, he should go on a special snowflake college tour, and try and wake up some other snowflakes.

  18. WMCB says:

    Poor reporters are feeling totally unsafe and need a binky because of Fields’ harrowing and brutal arm-got-touched in the press scrum, y’all.

  19. lyn says:

    Here’s most of a FB post in response to one of Trump’s hateful supporters. This was the link: http://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/trump-supporter-go-to-fucking-auschwitz

    “This sounds like hate speech (unacceptable), not like free speech.

    That fucking asshole really is dragging the scummiest, worst parts of some people out into the open. Just disgusting.

    I agree with both of you. It’s like every hateful person has crawled out from under their rocks to support him. It’s scaring the living daylights out of me to be honest.

    I am so worried this is going to end up like Kent State or worse.

    Oh gosh. That’s a scary thought. Or worse. Everybody is carrying guns now, too. I bet many of the Trumpters are 2nd amendment types, too. God help us.

    This is becoming a nightmare

    Cleveland rally 3/12: DT introduced as “humble” and “respectful to clergy”…crowd introduced as “intelligent” and “independently thinking”. I wonder who the guy is who wrote these “accurate” descriptions? See for yourself: http://www.rawstory.com/…/watch-donald-trump-rally-in…/

    They have brains !!!???

    Caveman photo postedL Knuckledraggers for Trump

    That says it all, Kerry! Neuroscientists do find that conservatives have smaller brains….I wonder if Trump supporters have even smaller brains (forget the small hands and other parts of anatomy…).


    Maybe an excessive amount of Neanderthal DNA….”

    I wanted to leave a comment, but I didn’t. SMFH.

  20. Myiq2xu says:

  21. Myiq2xu says:

    I need a serenity break.

  22. taw46 says:

    Poor little Chris Matthews. He played the Trump ad of Hillary barking like a dog. Said Trump was so low, that he treated Hillary like a dog, and it was SEXIST!

  23. lyn says:

    Trump picked Corey Lewandowski as one of his RNC delegates. #BrassBalls

  24. jennifer lyn says:

    I honestly think that Hillary barking like that was proof she has done gone over–she is DONE. I cannot believe that she is the same person that I adored 20 years ago. It is like she is zombie. Hateful, bloated, mirror image of what she used to be on almost every issue, pandering, weak, deceitful, ass kissing. This is NOT the woman I knew. She is an embarrassment to herself. Why is that she can sell out for money, and she did, and no one on the left is talking about it. And for Kasich to take Soros money makes him enemy number 2 right after Hillary. IT IS ALL SAD and we should be F..king angry. And I am. Soros and Obama should go straight to hell and their hell should be they have to kiss each other’s ass for eternity. If this sounds too angry look in mirror you made me this way.

  25. Myiq2xu says:

    Shamelessly stolen from Ace’s place:

  26. Myiq2xu says:

    I laughed my ass off watching this movie:

    • Somebody says:

      I hope it is on netflix or amazon, it looks like a good movie. I don’t remember it being at theaters, but I had a toddler, two terminal old people and two teenagers to take care of back in 2001 so I didn’t catch any movies for years.

      I have a week off next week and part of me wants to do nothing but sit on my ass and watch movies, but another part of me wants to do spring cleaning…….I have a feeling the lazy side of will win because my grandkids have kindly shared a going away present with me, their cold and intestinal flu.

  27. votermom says:

    WHYY is doing a documentary about JPII and the fall of communism.

  28. Myiq2xu says:


    It’s hard to think of two politicians who are more different than George McGovern and Donald Trump. A soft spoken former history professor, a bomber pilot during World War II, the South Dakota senator was the standard bearer for liberalism and the Democratic nominee for President in 1972. That’s a tad different than the man behind Trump Steaks, “The Apprentice,” and the headline “Best Sex I Ever Had.” But the two have something in common. Each lit a prairie fire during their long shot bid for president, each racked up primary wins and then faced the opposition of their party big shots and predictions that their nomination would be a disaster.. It’s a telling example and one that should bolster the spirits of Trump supporters even if they think of McGovern–if they think of him at all–as a wussy liberal.

    McGovern was a known quantity in 1972. He was in his second term as a Senator, having worked in the Kennedy administration. That year, lots of bigger names in the Democratic party were trying for the nomination. Ed Muskie had been the vice presidential nominee four years earlier, Alabama Governor George Wallace, just four years after his third-party bid for president had returned to the Democratic fold and there were tons of others from New York Mayor John Lindsay to Henry “Scoop” Jackson the hawkish senator from Washington State.

    But only McGovern captured the spirit of the times. He was the most antiwar of the candidates. He did well with youth and blacks. It was more a cause than a campaign. His motto, “Come Home, America” was a none-too-subtle reference to pulling American troops out of Vietnam. He also campaigned for big defense cuts.

    As the South Dakotan moved closer to the nomination, an “Anybody But McGovern”–ABC–movement sprung up. It was lead by labor unions, southern politicians (including the Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter) and more conservative Democrats who were in disarray following the assassination attempt on Wallace that Spring that left him paralyzed. They tried to block McGovern’s winner-take-all victory in California and get the delegates awarded to former Vice President Hubert Humphrey who had entered the race. At the convention, Carter gave an impassioned speech for “Scoop” Jackson. AFL-CIO Boss George Meany made it clear he wouldn’t back McGovern. In the end, through some deft parliamentary maneuvers, McGovern sealed the deal at the convention in Miami Beach and then was crushed by Richard Nixon that fall. McGovern carried only one state, Massachusetts, although the Watergate scandal made many McGovern voters proud. A popular bumper sticker at the time: “Don’t Blame Me, I voted for McGovern.” .

    1972 was a GOP year – Nixon was a relatively popular incumbent. Nobody had heard of Watergate yet.

  29. WMCB says:

  30. threewickets says:

    Romney apparently teeing up Kasich for the convention. Pretty wimpy hail mary, no? 🙂

  31. threewickets says:

    My god I’ve come to despise the hypocrisy of “progressive” wealth elitism in this country. Sometimes I think it’s the only thing I feel strongly about in American politics anymore.

    Who Sponsored the Hate?

  32. Jadzia says:

    Apparently I’m not the only peasant who was like “Really? Another Harvard grad? YAWN.”


  33. Lulu says:

    “As hapless as the news media and the Washington establishment have at times appeared as they flail about in the political tempest wrought by Donald Trump, there is another group in the 2016 election cycle that has come off looking at least as bewildered: the campaign gurus of Trump’s Republican opponents”.
    “Since Watergate, each new president has been ushered in by his own personal Rasputin.”
    When Trump announced his candidacy the “consultants” were bug-eyed over the fact that he didn’t have a high-ticket Svengali “guiding” him. I remember them making fun of this guy Lewdowsky, who had accepted a straight salary from Trump for two or three years (generous) but without a media company open ended contract with bells and whistles and all of his buds sucking off the teat. An example of these “consultants” is Mike Murphy who got !Jeb to pay him 30 million for services that saw Jeb lose his butt, and some ass who turned Scott Walker into a begging machine to donors so said ass could pay himself and his cronies more. When Walkers wife complained he didn’t have time to campaign but only “beg” the consultant ass got up in her face. She of course talked Scott into quitting which meant no money for the ass who then went to WaPo to bitch that she was a dummy and didn’t understand politics. I would say she does understand maybe too well and knows a fraud when she sees one.

    Most if not all of the consultants, talking heads, bloggers, writers, think tank chair jockeys, fund raisers, etc are in the tentacled networks of both parties who get PAID. Not only are they all married to each other, they get paid by billionaire donors for committees they sit on, appearances on tv, trash they write for magazine, vlogs, blogs, shitty little books, and climb over each other trying to get attention, stir shit up, and claw to get a few bucks. It beats working. They gossip, float trial balloons, lie, posture, exhibit opprobrium BECAUSE their paychecks are threatened. They are like fleas hopping around biting.

    They are the middlemen. And Trump has eliminated any need of them except for the most trivial services. He doesn’t need or want them for scheduling interviews, writing talking points, paying themselves for ad buys from THEIR ad companies, hiring campaign bloggers, or running money begging outfits. Guys like Karl Rove, Rick Wilson, and Mike Murphy LIVE very well off this four year cycle of influence pedaling, blackmail of candidates, and monopoly of media access and agit-prop. They are furious. And soon to be broke. Tapeworms like Bill Kristol, the National Review hate circus bottom feeders trying to keep their (prestigious they claim but they sound like dumped ex-wives out of money bitching in a clatch in the Target parking lot) gig, even that old sack of shit Murdoch see the quadrennial gravy train drying up. Both sides complain about too much money in politics. Who the hell do people think is getting paid? The Donald is squeezing them, depriving them of their lifeblood which is money, and with it their influence. They are as necessary as a third leg growing out of the back of the body politic. Trump doesn’t need to buy ads because he provides “content” for which they sell ads so viewers cans see him blather and opine. Who else can do this? Besides consultant goods and services are inferior, vastly overrated, and everyone got used to them with their grubby hands out, their calculated faux-rage and no one will miss any of them. We may not need campaign finance reform if we just make them all obsolete. Obama was over the moon popular in DC because he paid them. With other peoples money just like in Chicago.

  34. Dora says:

    Good Morning Everybody and Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

  35. votermom says:

    Happy St. Paddy’ s Day!

  36. Dora says:

    Did you realize that The Donald is a global threat? I love this photo. 🙂

  37. driguana says:

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day…whatever that means to you…

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