Were the words spoken on a 'hot mic' eleven years ago the end for the GOP presidential nominee?
Oh My Goodness, Donald Trump said some vulgar things!
Some Republicans think it matters. All the Hillary supporters think it matters; yet stand and boo God, crap on police cars, promote police slaying, blithely stand by while liberal women objectify themselves (caution link includes naked liberals – prepare eye bleach prior to visiting) in protests, murder the unborn in numbers that never stop increasing, and call for equal standing of those who would marry the same sex, animals, or children.
Yet what Donald Trump has said; the disgusting NY machismo statements made to a [Bush family] television personality during a soap opera shoot over a decade ago, is the end of all paths presidential? Maybe Barack Obama might think otherwise.
Oh, but that is not in it’s proper context dear reader. It’s only the president in his former life reading his fabled “Dreams from my father ” work. He is simply doing a reading ..of what he wrote.
But famous Republicans are calling him out right? I mean Arnold Schwarzenegger is the real deal for crying out loud! The former governor of California, you know, that guy who respected his wife Maria enough to father a child out of wedlock. And speaking of children, HAD a child ..in bed?
“She claims she met Schwarzenegger in 1975, when she was a 16-year-old child actress on Little House On The Prairie.”
Arnie thinks the Donald’s verbal abuse of women is just too much?
I wonder if Michigan Lt. Governor Brian Calley, who in abject knee-jerk cowardice rescinded his endorsement of Trump, has appropriately turned on his brother for his brother’s alleged abuse of women?
“She said her daughter suffered broken ribs, collapsed lungs and abrasions.”
Yeah, Brian, kinda makes you want to jump right in to these things feet first?
But Paul Ryan, who has been all over the board on the Trump candidacy, doesn’t have such scandalous skeletons! And Ryan, the do nothing speaker of the house was just about to help ol Donald out!
For the first time. Ever. Wait.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 8, 2016
Naw.. That would never happen. No self respecting Republican would ever sabotage the presidential campaign of its own party. Right? Well, yes they would easily, if that campaign meant the loss of power for them.
To be clear, the establishment excrement eaters in both parties are jumping for joy. This is surely a way for the queen of crime to ascend to the throne of the US and serve all manner of their special interests.
She has no interest in good governance, but rather the power the position brings. And the brokers of such power are waiting for their capitulating little [criminal] puppet to close the deal. For them it matters little which party or whom it is that holds the keys to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, as long as they are given a spare set.
And they have the power and influence. They have the media. They have also convinced the ‘true conservatives’ that an impossible litmus test is still valid, and that fracturing the possibility of a Hillary defeat is worth the ‘principled’ and political Seppuku.
How could this newest development not be the end?
Perhaps by becoming the beginning?
Consider what even addressing this issue means to media, or others who use it for the advancement of Hillary’s campaign. If the 11 year old comment is being brought up as an affront to women, does it not open the doors to other behavior by prominent figures?
What about the intentionally downplayed, and far more damaging misogynistic acts by Clinton’s husband Bill? What about her own destructive efforts to destroy the credibility of those same women?
How can the discussion of this new breaking subject continue without the broader discussion that must necessarily happen?
The very path that seemingly led to the October surprise we all expected, turns back like the digits in the pointing finger saying. Does not the one forward finger leave three pointing back?
To be more clear, it is hard to imagine the attention being placed on Trump for this (albeit vulgar) reference, as being anywhere near the sexual abuse or the alleged rape perpetrated by Bill Clinton on trusting subordinates, and others, or the subsequent personal destruction of those who reported it by Hillary Clinton herself.
How does the political environment report on one, without discussing the other?
So maybe there is a different question to be asked.
In this brave new world of progressive-think relativity, “which is worse, careless and repulsive verbiage, or intentionally abusive action?”