Sunday, November 13, 2016

All in All, The Donald Is What We Expected

He loves him some TV time.  And he's a twitidiot.

...Trump also balked when asked whether he’d carry out his campaign pledge to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton.

He said Clinton “did some bad things” and that he’s “going to think about it” — but that he is more eager to focus on health care, immigration and other policy matters.

“I don’t want to hurt them,” Trump said of the Clintons, noting he’d spoken to both Hillary and Bill Clinton since his victory. “They’re good people. I don’t want to hurt them.

And after all, What Difference--at This Point In Time--Does It Make??, eh, Donald?

Here he does a Scott Walker impersonation:

...Trump said he’s “fine” with same-sex marriage remaining legal across the country, and wouldn’t appoint Supreme Court judges with the goal of reversing that ruling.

“It’s irrelevant because it was already settled. It’s law. It was settled in the Supreme Court. I mean it’s done,” Trump said....

And finally, he does a Hildebeeste!!

...he favors ditching the Electoral College and handing the presidency to the winner of the popular vote. “I’m not going to change my mind just because I won. But I would rather see it where you went with simple votes. you know, you get 100 million votes and somebody else gets 90 million votes and you win....

Fortunately, he'll get bored with the job in a year or so.


Anonymous said...

Yes we took the lesser of two poisons.
Yes we took poison. P O I S O N is still poison though. HRC poison would kill faster. HRC was clearly lethal.

Didn't give us 50/50 odds with a Trump presidency taking our country into oblivion?
Yes you did, here: Moral consideration

Remember when you asked this question?
What percentage of FedGov employees will be sent to prison after Trump is elected?
Now you have the answer:
If he will not prosecute the Clintons, can we expect prosecutions of others as well? My Opinion? Not really.

Finally, Lets hope he does not change his mind and push his sister as a supreme court justice.........
That would be like appointing Caligulas horse to the senate. friggin unbelievabe that I would not want to fathom.
That would really suck.

I hope, this is not like waking up in the morning after a bad one night stand.

- Mississippi

Anonymous said...

Trump said before he was elected: Same-sex marriage is an issue that should have been decided by the states.

Now he is changing?

Palmer said...

Obviously none of you have ever tried ti walk a tightrope during an i terview. Dang, people! The guy isn't even in the Oval Office yet. Stop sticking beans up your nosees!

Palmer said...

Like the so g says..."You never count when you're sittin' at the table."

Anonymous said...

and finally one last thing is in order.

The electoral College needs to be defended.

You do it well here in October of 2007.
Beware the 'savior-President' candidates.

and here is a good defense as well at Claremont Institute

Aged parent said...

Trump already used that "settled law" rubbish during the campaign, so we were warned. And at the convention he slobbered over the poofs to the cheers - yes, cheers - of the Republican idiots in the room.

In today's world it seems that five employees of the Federal government can overturn human nature; apparently that is the case in Trump's world, too. Don't be surprised to see queer couples dancing and prancing at the Inauguration, applauded by the idiocracy.

The only reason I was somewhat optimistic about him was his reluctance to start World War 3. Yet now we read rumors of some of the same, old neocons lining up for jobs in the Administration, nutcases like John Bolton and Hayden. He railed - rightly - against the liars who goaded us into aggressive Middle East wars, yet he cozies up to the Israelis, the ones who did the goading. I am beginning to wonder if there are now any essential differences between him and the Hell Witch.

So far he has been a terrible disappointment. But we shall see.