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Monday, October 10, 2016
"Hey Trump...Go F--k Yourself"
Seems like someone touched quite a nerve last night. I'm thinking that's a good thing.
From FORTUNE Magazine:
Jesse Lehrich, Clinton’s foreign policy spokesperson, took to Twitter after Trump said that if he had been in charge when the U.S. decided whether to invade Iraq, Khan would not have died in battle.
Focus Group: Who are you willing to vote for?
• Hillary: 8
• Trump: 9
• Hillary: 4
• Trump: 18
— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) October 10, 2016
Even Powerlineblog's John Hinderaker, certainly no fan of Trump's, thought last night had a major effect:
Some of the rats might want to consider returning to the ship. Donald Trump came through pretty well tonight, mainly because the focus was on the issues. As long as issues are being discussed, Trump wins...more often than not, he made more sense than Hillary, who was in full Nurse Ratched mode.
Trump was Trump tonight–he had some great moments, and also some incoherent ones. But he swung for the fences, for example, going after Hillary on her criminal conduct with regard to handling of national secrets. Hillary was Hillary. She yaks away in a manner that most people find obnoxious, and leaves herself open to the observation that she is all talk and no action.
"[T]here is a huge difference between the reality TV star Trump bragging about his libido on a studio bus and Bill Clinton exploiting the power of the presidency to seduce a young intern. But Democrats are the most shameless in their outrage over the Trump braggadocio, having dismissed Bill Clinton’s White House and gubernatorial escapades for years, and standing as the party of maximal sexual liberation, unlike the Republicans. The New York Times rejects the relevance of Clinton’s predatory White House behavior on the ground that 'Mr. Clinton is not running for president.' But the Times did not find Clinton’s behavior significant when Clinton was in office, either."
MacDonald highlights how rich it is that the left-leaning entertainment industry praises all things lusty and free-sexual, giving the examples of the lewdness and bragadoccio of Beyonce's "Formation " and Jay Z's "Big Pimpin'", yet turns puritanical and prudish when a Republican talks the same way.
You see, that's the reason for Trump's press conference with the women abused by Bill and Hillary Clinton, and for bringing it up in the debate. To expose and thus destroy their double standard, their hypocrisy.
Anti-Trump John Marshall at TalkingPoints Memo, gives us yet another 1,000% ironic lament, while remaining completely oblivious to that irony: that Bill Clinton blazed this very trail for us in his eight years in the White House!
We lived in the home of the angry, blustering Abuser-In-Chief/Big-Dog himself, for eight years. Note how the Democrats turned a blind eye then to that and will to their dying day. Cognitive dissonance, much?
"He even flashed a sense of humor at times, mocking her invocation of Abraham Lincoln to explain what she meant by having a 'public and private position on issues.' You, Secretary Clinton, Trump seemed to say, are no Abraham Lincoln (shades of Lloyd Bentsen’s famous put-down of Dan Quayle in 1988).
"And over and over, he zeroed in on the central weakness of Hillary Clinton’s presentation: You’ve been there for 30 years…all talk, no action. It was an argument that Clinton’s response—a recitation of her decades of public service—did not do much to counter."
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