Sorry, Donald, this is just wrong. It’s why I don’t like you

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Donald Trump hurled some personal invective at Carly Fiorina yesterday:

The GOP front-runner added to his ever-expanding laundry list of questionable comments aimed at women with a knock at Carly Fiorina’s physical appearance made during a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine.

“Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?” Trump reportedly bellowed while watching his Republican presidential rival on the news. “I mean, she’s a woman, and I’m not s’posedta say bad things, but really, folks, come on. Are we serious?”

In the face of criticism, Trump backtracked- sort of:

But asked Thursday on Fox News whether he was talking about Fiorina’s physical appearance, Trump insisted he wasn’t: “No,” he said, he was speaking about “the persona, the persona.”

“I say that about a lot of people,” he said. “I say look at that. Look at that — how does that — that’s not our president. That’s not going to be our president!”

“Probably I did say something like that about Carly,” Trump added, but “I’m talking about persona. I’m not talking about looks.”

Bullsh*t.

Trump has a history of real nastiness with women. He alluded to Megyn Kelly menstruating:

“She gets out and starts asking me all sorts of ridiculous questions,” Trump told Lemon. “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.”

Trump also called Kelly a “bimbo” and called Rosie O’Donnell a “fat pig” and a “dog.”

While I am tempted to smirk at the O’Donnell insults, it’s still not fitting of a President. It reminds me of Obama calling Sarah Palin a pig. I’ll have more to say about that soon.

Trump doesn’t simply respond to his opposition in a political manner, he goes ad hominem in a big way.

I don’t like it. It’s not classy. It’s not dignified. It is Trump.

John Nolte says Trump fights like a leftist. He does. Specifically, he fights like Obama. Dirty. That could have been useful channeled properly, but not when he attacks a cancer survivor’s physical appearance- a fellow Republican yet.

DrJohn has been a health care professional for more than 30 years. In addition to clinical practice he has done extensive research and has published widely with over 70 original articles and abstracts in the peer-reviewed literature. DrJohn is well known in his field and has lectured on every continent except for Antarctica. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for over 30 years and has three kids- two sons, both of whom are attorneys and one daughter on her way into the field of education. DrJohn was brought up with the concept that one can do well if one is prepared to work hard but nothing in life is guaranteed. Except for liberals being foolish.

110 Responses to “Sorry, Donald, this is just wrong. It’s why I don’t like you”

  1. 101

    Redteam

    @George Wells:

    You are offering an excuse for being stupid?
    Is that the Republican game plan?
    Is your best candidate selection option a dart-board?

    Have you ever learned to ride a bicycle? I was referring to the standards for electing Obama. I offer no excuse for the Dimocrats being stupid. They don’t need any help in that regard.

    How on Earth do you think up such stupid comments?
    And why on Earth do you post them?

    Queers and Liberals just inspire me.

    Why don’t you ask your “friend” Retire05 what she thinks about your “common sense” question? I’m guessing that she gives Republicans a bit more credit than you do.

    I’m sure I know what her opinion would be. I’m quite sure she doesn’t think Common sense was the standard used for voting for Obama either.

  2. 102

    Ditto

    @another vet:

    Any Republican is better than the anti-American disaster in there now.

    I disagree, A vote for any of the establishment Republicans, you might as well have a Democrat.

    @Redteam:

    Unemployment as high as it’s been since the depression in the 30’s.

    As I’ve pointed out with the government’s own numbers, it’s 10% worse than during the Great Depression.

    @Bill:

    In other words, if you do not demand the highest standards of your own candidates, why would you dare to suggest what the standards of someone else’s candidate should be or think anyone cares what your opinion is?

    Just a few of the many reasons why we would have to be stupid or insane to give any attention to what any far-leftist trolls have to say about Republican candidates. They gave us Obama and for that despotic anti-American, Constitution hating con-man they and their worthless opinions can just piss-off.

  3. 103

    Greg

    Republicans may shut down the government again, this time over Planned Parenthood funding. Most observers think there’s a 50-50 chance.

    Standard & Poor’s estimates that the last government shutdown—resulting from an effort to defund the Affordable Care Act—cost the U.S. economy around $24 billion. That’s the hit on the GDP. Moody’s Analytics estimates the figure was $23 billion. Take your pick. Things would have been far worse, had 1.3 million essential federal employees not stayed on the job without any assurance of timely paychecks.

    Another government shutdown would not be something that would promote continued job growth. It would have exactly the opposite effect. I seem to recall republicans claiming before the last election that job creation was their highest priority. Perhaps we will be adding another government shutdown to the balance, along with an observation that they’ve passed no meaningful jobs bills since they’ve had control of both the House and Senate.

    So, thank you, but I’ll take the Democratic Party’s approach to government any day of the week. They actually practice governance. The Obama administration is practicing governance. It’s performing its constitutionally designated function. I’m not entirely sure what we should call what the GOP has been doing lately. Legislators were once expected to legislate.

  4. 104

    George Wells

    @Ditto #102:

    “Unemployment as high as it’s been since the depression in the 30’s.”
    “As I’ve pointed out with the government’s own numbers, it’s 10% worse than during the Great Depression.”

    Funny how at the beginning of the Great Depression, the stock market crashed and CONTINUED to tank for years afterward – staying depressed – as did employment numbers – until the War stimulated us back into productivity.

    Why do you suppose that the stock markets’ all-time highs have been recent – during Obama’s administration? And only recently off those highs in response to China’s faltering economy. Want to explain how this RECORD unemployment you seem to BELIEVE in isn’t having the same effect on our economy that low employment had during the Depression? Or are record corporate profits just lies fabricated to prop up Obama? And if they are, why haven’t you told all of those rich Republican investors who are keeping the dream alive?

    I’m a “leftist troll.” Sure. And so are the American businesses who are raking in money you think they aren’t – because they CAN’T – because they are TAXED TOO MUCH!

    Your logic isn’t logical.
    It snakes around and eats itself from behind.
    That ain’t healthy.

  5. 106

    another vet

    @Ditto:

    As I’ve pointed out with the government’s own numbers, it’s 10% worse than during the Great Depression.

    That isn’t the only area. Zereohedge did a nice job of showing just how well the “recovery” is going. Pretty bad for someone who is worshipped as the second coming.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-16/obamas-recovery-just-9-charts

    I disagree, A vote for any of the establishment Republicans, you might as well have a Democrat.

    We will have to agree to disagree on that one to an extent because as bad as the RINO’s are, the dems are essentially socialists/neo-Marxists and American apologists. At least neither McCain nor Romney would have allowed ISIS or AQ to get where they’re at today.

    Just a few of the many reasons why we would have to be stupid or insane to give any attention to what any far-leftist trolls have to say about Republican candidates. They gave us Obama and for that despotic anti-American, Constitution hating con-man they and their worthless opinions can just piss-off.

    And on that, we are in 100% agreement. Hence the reason we should ignore them.

  6. 107

    Redteam

    @Greg:

    around $24 billion.

    sounds like a drop in the bucket. what? 5 minutes of gov spending?. I wouldn’t hesitate to shut the government down. That should increase the standard of their performance. They need to show Obozo that he can’t spend money unless it is authorized by the congress. The power of the purse is real.

  7. 108

    Greg

    @Redteam, #107:

    If there’s another shutdown, maybe the 1.3 million essential federal employees should also be sent home for the duration. It would take the idiots in Congress about 24 hours to figure out what the word “essential” means.

    Alternately, we could send the entire Congress home before they have a chance to screw things up again. It’s quite possible we actually would be better off. They were just gone for a month and no essential service of any kind was interrupted. Things ran more smoothly. The only thing that was interrupted was their incessant whining.

  8. 109

    Redteam

    @Greg:

    If there’s another shutdown, maybe the 1.3 million essential federal employees

    There is no such thing. There may be 500,000 essential ones. We’ll let them work. Send the white house cook and butler home.

    Alternately, we could send the entire Congress home before they have a chance to screw things up again.

    If that’s your strategy, you would send Obozo home for the rest of his term. Not only would he not screw things up worse, but he wouldln’t be spending money on 6 more months of vacation and 50-60 more rounds of golf. Wow, you should’ve thought of that sooner. Send him an email today.

  9. 110

    Bill

    @Greg:

    Republicans may shut down the government again, this time over Planned Parenthood funding
    Then I guess Planned Parenthood needs to be defended. There is NO reason to be spending taxpayer money on a criminal organization that turns a healthy profit on abortions. Besides, we certainly don’t want to push Mr. Obama into the moral dilemma of having to artificially shut down parts of the government in order to make sure a shut-down is sufficiently painful on the American people. Again.

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