Donald Trump brags about his yuuuuge … hands

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So last night, the leading presidential candidate for the Grand Old Party bragged on stage, in public, in a nationally televised debate, about the size of his penis. At least he didn’t whip out a ruler and offer to prove it right then and there, although we do have a few more debates scheduled, so we can’t count out that possibility altogether.

The most damning part is that nobody expects that Donald Trump hurt his chances with that performance. Quite the contrary, for all we know, his poll numbers may even improve. That is what we have come to, America. Aren’t we all proud? Georgia Republicans, aren’t you glad that the history books will always record that you made such a man the winner of the 2016 GOP primary? How about you evangelicals, you so-called “values voters”? What measuring device were YOU using when you voted for Trump in such large numbers?

“Make America Great Again” my rear end.

If you think about it, though, I guess we shouldn’t have been surprised. “Mine is bigger than yours, or yours, or yours, and you, Megyn Kelly, you don’t even have one!” has been the unspoken foundation of the Trump campaign since its inception. Last night, the unspoken simply became spoken. Ho hum.

Again, that too is quintessential Trump. He has built his popularity on turning subtext — those things that others would only hint at or imply — into explicit text. What others communicate through dog whistle, he yells through a megaphone. All subtlety of thought, word or deed, any mental or emotional capability beyond that of the third-grade playground, are eliminated. And people — some people — like that. They think that a person like that ought to be in the White House, running the country, running our foreign policy, commanding our military.

Because, you know, he’s so big. Yuuuge, in fact. And for those who feel inadequate, he can make you feel yuuuge too!

What a freaking circus.

 

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giveitup
giveitup

As for me, you are preaching to the choir; however, you are crouching down to Trump level with your words. Try to keep your mode of expression above the level we are becoming accustomed to in these debates, otherwise you will fall into the same mire you are protesting.

juliainatlanta
juliainatlanta

i cannot believe that this country has come to this, that this neanderthal is the new next best thing.  then i remember the Tundra Tart and I can believe that the people in this country will fall for anything, as was proven with Dubya.


anyone who doesn't like it can bite me.

Bill OrvisWhite
Bill OrvisWhite

The fact of the matter is that one out of two businesses have experienced failure rates in America - it's something called risk in business. With that fact clearly laid out here on this lefty blog, the fact is that Mister Trump has always been an enthusiastic solid businessman who tried many ventures, okay? Get it you McFlys? With those facts clearly laid out here on Librul Jay's message board, the FACT is that Mister Trump has had and still has many, many tremendous successes. Mister Trump's stellar record proves that He is a quality leader who WILL repair the amazing amount of damage inflicted upon The Republic.


With all of that clearly stated here, so what if Mister Trump who is successful in business is also successful in the bedroom? Yes, Mister Trump is thrice married, but there is a point when all of us fall off the tracks and then find guidance in our churches and synagogues. Mister Trump has clearly made it to that level and is more than devoted to His beautiful Melania. Also from me and millions have heard, when Mister Trump is with one woman, He is completely with her and her only. All three wives report that He has satisfied them in their relationships. What's wrong with that? What's wrong with boasted about one's business success and genital sizes? What's wrong with that? It's proven that size is the true measure of the man and if your partner says it doesn't matter, she is lying. I heard both the honorable G. Gordon Liddy make that statement as well as the honorable Gene Simmons. 


You McFlys need to get a clue!!!!!!!!!!! 


Amen,

Bill 

OriginalProf
OriginalProf

@Bill OrvisWhite 

Interesting that several times you capitalize the pronoun used to refer to Trump.  Usually, one only does that when referring to the Deity.

Wascatlady
Wascatlady

@Bill OrvisWhite How about some pity for the little guys he screwed over in his numerous bankruptcies?  He got their products then did not pay for them!

honested
honested

@Kamchak 

So the gop holy grail talking points is really a sieve?

StraightNoChaser
StraightNoChaser

@Kamchak Republicans are running a candidate that does not want to raise wages so what the hell are they whining about?  He's promising to make all minimum wage jobs disappear and they believe him.  

DanMac
DanMac

@Kamchak Regarding those not in labor force, I don't know if that number is correct, but labor force is defined as the number of people in an economy who want to work. If 93 million really are not in labor force, that doesn't matter and isn't necessarily a bad thing. That number includes my 98 year old neighbor and my 3 month old kid. Neither are in labor force, and they are both perfectly happy with that.

DownInAlbany
DownInAlbany

+242,000 jobs in February!  And, in other economic news...wages unexpectedly declined, dashing hopes that reduced slack in the labor market was starting to benefit all Americans.  The Commerce Department said on Friday the trade gap increased 2.2 percent to $45.7 billion. December's trade deficit was revised up to $44.7 billion from the previously reported $43.4 billion. Exports have declined for four straight months.  93,688,000 Americans Not in Labor Force.  No, America, it is NOT all sunny AND 75.

StraightNoChaser
StraightNoChaser

@DownInAlbany “Now, I want to create jobs so that you don’t have to worry about the minimum wage, you’re doing a great job, and you’re making much more than the minimum wage,” he said via phone on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “But I think having a low minimum wage is not a bad thing for this country.”

 ~~~Donald J Trump August 25, 2015

St Simons he-ne-ha
St Simons he-ne-ha

@DownInAlbany all this hoarded wealth is gonna cause a run on rope & trees

ask the French aristocracy...oh wait..well

ask the Russian aristocracy...dohhh

honested
honested

@DownInAlbany 

It is worldwide.

You would figure by now everyone would comprehend the need for adequate revenue to fund civilization.

Heck, I would figure even those at the top would see the increased number of torches and sharpened pitchforks as a sign.

Philo_Farnsworth
Philo_Farnsworth

Just checking in. Topic seems still confined to weener stuff.

See ya later.

YouLibs
YouLibs

Genitalia-free sheets

StraightNoChaser
StraightNoChaser

You know you have to be special when you can come on Jay's blog and lecture him on not debating policy but accept your Republican candidate using a debate forum to talk about his penis and not use it to debate policy.  Seriously, what the hell are you smoking @InTheMiddle2 .

DownInAlbany
DownInAlbany

Romney: I Didn’t Want To Tell My Grandkids I Didn’t Do Anything to Stop Trump   I'm sure they haven't forgiven you for not stopping Obama, so, I don't blame you!

tireOfIt
tireOfIt

If Chance the Gardener runs, I am supporting him.

honested
honested

@Nick_Danger @tireOfIt 

At least he might be qualified to watch.

If he is qualified to do anything else, he has been very good at keeping it a secret.

OriginalProf
OriginalProf

@honested @tireOfIt 

That was before Romney's plea that all the GOP candidates stay in the race to diminish votes for Trump. I hope that Carson un-suspends his race.

gotalife
gotalife

Looks like silly season will last until the end of the general election this cycle if trump wins the contested convention.


Only one serious candidate and she will win easily. 8 more years of con whining.

InTheMiddle2
InTheMiddle2

So Jays obsession with Trump has moved the his man parts. Hmmm.................

honested
honested

@InTheMiddle2 

Well, it isn't like we can discuss his 'overwhelmingly effective, serious policy proposals'.

honested
honested

@InTheMiddle2 @honested 

Not at all.

It just points to the dearth of legitimate policy discussion (you know, the stuff that legitimate governments DO) in the current clown car primaries.

KUTGF
KUTGF

@InTheMiddle2 @honested LOL.....  sure is funny to hear you whine and whine and whine.  Penises were the subject of the GOP debate after all.  If you want policy, watch a DEM debate.

rimsky
rimsky

This weekend I am going to try my hand in cooking bull testicles.  Any one have any good recipes?

SFM_Scootter
SFM_Scootter

@rimsky Slice them 1/2" thick.Sprinkle with Tony's,bread with flour and fry. Turn quick or you will overcook them.  

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

@Kamchak @rimsky

She used to brag about castrating hogs.

Wonder what kind of wheels I could buy with the money ALEC spent focus-group testing that commercial, alone.

Kamchak
Kamchak

@rimsky 

Contact Joni Ernst.

She used to brag about castrating hogs.

gotalife
gotalife

When are in the mockery stage for our federal government.


First they ignore, next make a mockery, then fight it.

tireOfIt
tireOfIt

When are  Limbaugh/Hannity and others going to take some personal responsibility for the GOP mess.  I guess anything for money.

KUTGF
KUTGF

@SFM_Scootter @tireOfIt Always the false equivalence.  "Both sides do it" is not always true and even if true rarely equivalent. 

InTheMiddle2
InTheMiddle2

@tireOfIt They are free to have an opinion and can even opine if they wish. They have no responsibility at all for the condition of any political party. 

honested
honested

@SFM_Scootter @foo2u @tireOfIt 

Who in the DNC has suggested that unfunded wars of choice or a faulty revenue system (supply side) would solve any problems?

Even more to the point, who in the DNC EVER suggested 'abstinence only' was an effective method to teach Reproductive Education?

Visual_Cortex
Visual_Cortex

@tireOfIt

As soon as Bill O'Reilly admits he has some culpability in the murder of George Tiller (who he referred to as "Tiller the Baby Killer" over and over again on his show).

i.e., never.

honested
honested

@InTheMiddle2 @honested @tireOfIt 

I guess because they VOTE for failed and failing policies over, and over, and over and over since the '80s.

If they want to be seen as effective, vote for people who don't see the world as a dark, cold, scary place where pain and fear are the best medicine.

SFM_Scootter
SFM_Scootter

@Kamchak Ok Kam,I looked it up and agree with you.Who made up that crap anyway! LOL

honested
honested

@InTheMiddle2 @honested @tireOfIt 

They are welcome to think what they want, their responsibility is to follow the Constitution in legislating.


But to the concept of 'each individual issue' name ONE republiklan success over the last 30 years.

honested
honested

@InTheMiddle2 @honested @tireOfIt 

You did make some lame attempt to conflate abortion (a legal right), the Constitution and its interpretation (why I don't know) and then deflect.

I would appreciate ANY statement of successful republiklan policies.

honested
honested

@InTheMiddle2 @honested @tireOfIt 

And another lame deflection.....

The USSR came to an end because their Citizens finally stood up to oppression.

Do you have any successful policies?

I mean, I'm giving you 30 years to pick from.

Kamchak
Kamchak

@InTheMiddle2 

(shrug)

Not my problem that you don't like the answer, sport.

Just sayin'.