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I’d opine that Trump’s “fan base” (preferred term: base base) is out to emulate him, to imitate him, is so astonishingly credulous that it wants to believe in him, or is so perverse that it already believed in him (as an icon) before he came to the fore. I’d further opine that NO one in his or her right mind would (figuratively) void on him if he was on fire.
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Care to name a few of those problems? Or are [you] merely content to throw your gobs of offal against the wall to see what sticks?
One errant word killed the popular Wiley’s contracts with a lot of papers. Meanwhile Trump’s bazillion malignant words — reported and broadcast repeatedly — only augment his popularity with his base base.
The responsible news media should have taken Trump seriously, as the malignant political force that he is, during his earliest “birther” days; or should have certainly done so by 2014. Instead, the responsible news media were craven and treated him as a noisy, but incapable of being elected, buffoon. The irresponsible “news” media backed Trump from the get-go with joyous abandon and puerile self-gratification. Now, the deep and visceral “cultural” malignancy — of which Trump is a symptom — is an apolitical evil; it’s out of control and ascendant.
David cracked Goliath, the Philistine, in the noggin. Hamas — or maybe the Palestinian character here depicted — shies a rock, impotently, at the thigh. A faulty aim — unless the missile fetches up at Goliath’s (Israel’s) knackers, instead his thigh.
Or Dolly Parton at the halftime show on Thanksgiving …
AARP pushed out an email today touting the perk of Stones Tour tickets. No joke.
Cuttin’ purty deep there …
Care to name a few of those problems? Or are merely content to throw your gobs of offal against the wall to see what sticks?