Sunday, August 9, 2015

Make America Great Again

And where it ends nobody knows.
How? Well, we could try regressing America to its natural pre-politically correct larval (maggot, specifically) state, the playground.
The Kelly exchange has reignited a common problem Trump has faced while in public life: Unfairly criticizing women.

Just two examples: In 2012, the billionaire called Bette Midler "grotesque" and "gross" after she called him stupid in a tweet. And in 2011, when New York Times columnist Gail Collins wrote an article about him, Trump sent it back with "the face of a dog" written all over it, referring to a picture of her.

"When I'm attacked, I fight back. When I was attacked viciously by those women, of course, it's very hard for them to attack me on looks, because I'm so good looking," Trump said on Sunday morning.

Trump said that he soon hopes he can focus on debating real issues, and chalked the controversy up to "political correctness."
And, of course, it's hard for Trump to attack them on facts, reality or truth because shut up ugly loser bitches!