The Campaign For DA

11.27.2017

Tell Me This Did Not Just Happen!




32 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now that's funny!

Anonymous said...

That's awesome!!! Trolling libs hard today and y'all just swallowing the hook!

Anonymous said...

Trump is awesome. God bless him.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, he is. Nothing like mocking your peers and Native Americans.

Anonymous said...

Oh YES he did! The TRUTH is why he is an AWESOME president.

Anonymous said...

2:46 you didn't have one single problem with Warren mocking and lieing did ya?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

YOU BLEEDING HEART LIBS ARE OK WITH CRYING CHUCK AND NANCY PELOSI CONTINUING TO MOCK ALL PEOPLE THAT DON'T COMPLETELY AGREE WITH THEM BUT GET ALL WORKED UP WHEN TRUMP MAKES A FUNNY.

LIGHTEN UP PHYLLIS...YOU WILL BE OK.

AND THERE WILL BE AMBULANCES TO CHASE WHEN THE SUN COMES UP TOMORROW.

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with you people? Seriously, how is this acceptable behavior for the President of the United States? On the bright side, only three more years of this dumpster fire.

Anonymous said...

And are we entertained yet? Hell yes.

He's really not hurting anybody. You are just desperate to find something to be butt-hurt about. So he has a stupid sense of humor. Get over it.

I'm watching the judicial appointments and the economy. So far, so good. Go f#c$ yourself. We're pretty tired of your incessant whining.

Anonymous said...

Most Presidents of our great nation have set the example of leadership for other nations through their decorum and proper public discourse. Some fell short on occasion, but mostly behaved in the public eye, while in private they were less than stellar. Now we have a 71 year old man as President masquerading as thirteen year old teenager who throws a tantrum almost daily, is the ultimate narcissist, and could not speak properly in public if his life depended on it. And some Americans think that is just great. They revel in his misanthropy, his rudeness, and his lack of manners. Perhaps now is the time just to burn it all down and start over. After 241 years as a democratic republic, we have failed somewhere if this is the best America can produce as our leader.

DF Calling It Like It Is

wordkyle said...

What do you mean "you people?" You're demanding decorum from one individual when hundreds, thousands of others attack him without it? If he had the political machine or the media on his side, they'd do it for him. So please don't insist that he attend the gunfight with just a knife.

Nothing enrages Democrats more than a Republican who fights back.

Anonymous said...

4:19

You are so full of crap you must be spewing out of all your orifices.

He is the PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES.

Decorum is a job requirement.

Anonymous said...

Yes, WK, I expect that of the President of the United States. Every President has had those who attacked and made comments in the public press against their policy, politics, or personal characteristics. See Obama, Bush, Clinton, Father Bush, Reagan, etc. There is a proper way to react and not react. The best approach employed by most Presidents to date has been to turn a deaf ear to it and get about the work of their office. This is not a schoolyard tussle, it's national leadership. If Trump lowers himself to responding in this juvenile manner, he denigrates the whole Office of the President. And our nation is lesser for it, no matter what party you feel a part of.

DF Calling It Like It Is

Anonymous said...

Oh, it gets better. Doing under a portrait of "Indian Killer" Andrew Jackson. Script writers for SNL would toss this stuff away as "too ridiculous".

Anonymous said...

Yes, wordy, people demand dignity from the president. There was a time when you wrote sensibly and didn't buy into the idea that "I'm ok with a juvenile president because some people bash him." You're just an apologist lacky now. It was more fun when your opinion was reasonable and less childlike.

Anonymous said...

5:13 - You don't really care anyway.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas is back. Little Barry probably won't get to watch the world burn.

wordkyle said...

Oh, you kids are a delight. Sure, I agree that Trump is boorish and petulant in much of his communication. He's a billionaire and a New Yorker, so I dislike him instinctively. He wasn't my first choice either.

But for the reasons I listed above I give him a pass when he counterattacks those who attack him. If he had the machine that career politicians have, he wouldn't have to do it himself. But he's not, and he does, and it appeals to me more than the genteel Republicans who get obliterated by Democrats (on a much smaller scale; the attacks on Trump have reached new levels of insanity) and simply roll over and accept it.

As for "how a President is supposed to act," I'm forced to ask you to look at some of the actions of the last few Presidents who did things that I thought were unacceptable for a President. (e.g., IRS blatantly used as a political weapon; female interns used as humidors). It doesn't excuse Trump's boorishness, but it illustrates the standard you're okay with vs what outrages you.

I'll repeat: Nothing enrages Democrats more than a Republican who fights back.

Anonymous said...

Trump used a racial slur while in the presence of 3 veterans. He cannot go any lower. What a horrible man--not a leader in the least.

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Anonymous said...

Trump may call Warren "Pocahontas", but he couldn't spell it or read it off a teleprompter to save his life.

Anonymous said...

Wow, and then Wordkyle loses any and all credibility with one stupid statement. But then I hardly read the comments, so it's probably happened many times before.

DF Oscar Goldman

Anonymous said...

wK if you don't call him out when he is wrong, you become an anabler. The only stard to compare him with is right and wrong. "What about...." is a cop ouy

wordkyle said...

What was Trump wrong about? I think he was wrong to attack Elizabeth Warren at this ceremony; it's like the insurance salesman who manages to mention insurance during any conversation, it was out of place. Boorish behavior, sure, but not worth the venom sprayed by critics (see above.)

Was the comment "racist?" Nope. Elizabeth Warren falsely claimed Native American ancestry, and used the claim to her advantage personally and politically, until she got busted. Trump (among others) refers to her derisively as Pocahontas. (Fauxcahontas is also a good one others use.) It's as if a guy claimed to be Michael Jordan's cousin, got busted in a lie, and everyone called him "Jordan" from then on.

Just think about what you're really upset about and consider if your reaction is appropriate.

Anonymous said...

WordDouche is simply trying to stir up a shitstorm. Even a simpleton like him will acknowledge (in private) that this is not acceptable behavior out of a president.

Going to make him look like even more of an idiot when the Trump Crime Family is impeached.

wordkyle said...

1045 - I'm not trying to stir up anything. To be honest, my "not acceptable behavior out of a president" meter is broken after the last twenty years or so. And the more I learn about LBJ's behavior, the easier it is not to be overly offended when Trump says something off-kilter. The Left's crazy over-reaction to any- and everything Trump makes me mindful about perspective. That's something your side lacks.

Anonymous said...

Today's Wordkyle:

Thinks pointing out Trump's behavior is an "attack";

Whataboutism.

SSDD

wordkyle said...

1224 - Sorry, you've missed the point completely, either on purpose or out of lack of perceptiveness.

Anonymous said...

That did not just happen.

Anonymous said...

WK - take Warren out of it, and does you opinion change? The lack of sincerity in Trump’s tone is clearly mocking those old veterans, who didn’t owe the country for which they fought. I imagine Trump had been waiting all day to say that joke, and it shamed him, the ceremony, those men, and their people. I haven’t kept up on Warren and her heritage, but either way...

wordkyle said...

1021 - Take Warren out of it and the comment doesn't happen. Your (over)reaction is exactly what I'm talking about. Your opinion begins with your hatred of Trump. Then you extrapolate from your hatred to crazy conclusions. No offense, but based on your questionable line of reasoning you should be prohibited from ever using the word "clearly."

Once more: Trump's jab at Elizabeth Warren was out of place and therefore inappropriate, but nowhere near the crime against humanity his critics want to make it.