This is a what a democracy looks like. All the butt hurt democrats who can’t believe that Trump won, and flock to Facebook to complain that they can’t believe this is happening should realize that the people have spoken. You may not agree with the decision, but you should accept it.
Read an example of this genius from the New Yorker and the article he wrote asking what Trump is even doing in Michigan and Wisconsin. This. This. This is what I love. I was Skankhunt42’ing this guy last night by the way. If you don’t get that reference, for god sake start watching South Park. We are going to get 4 more years of Mr. Garrison as TRUMP!
I’m actually in glee and it’s not because Trump is the President, but it’s because all the Democrats were flat out wrong. When the Vegas odds have a candidate at -400, then moves to -1500, and ends up losing by a fairly wide margin, the underdog gets to feel some feeling of amazement. Their smear campaigned failed miserably and the public wanted to change the current political structure. If you can’t get that through your head, and you think that it’s because people WANT Trump, it’s more because they don’t want Hillary. The “uneducated” people showed that the Democratic candidate and the current regime are not the popular opinion.
No more Partying in the USA!
There’s actually a lot of good news that goes along with Trump winning. These celebrities said they weren’t going to live in the USA:
Good Riddance! Your country built you up and now you have to find some allegiance in the Middle East where I’m sure you’ll like their President just as much. Ta-Ta. Ciao. Au Revoir. BON VOYAGE!
People in power are downright dirty and have probably lied, cheated and stolen their way to the top. Here are the top candidates of the past few weeks.
Fuck the Swifties. Everyone thought Kanye was the mastermind but it’s actually T Swift. The whole “Kanye never showed me the lyric” act was put on blast by that massively bottomed woman and people started getting pissed at Taylor because she had agreed to its use. These characters are so goddamn calculated that I believe 0% of whatever it is they show the world. You should too. Here’s what really happened:
Kanye asked Taylor a head of time if they could start some beef. She instantly knew the VMA’s were coming up (August 28th) and that she hasn’t released an album since Oct ’14 and is out of singles.
She agreed to Kanye coming up with the most far fetched idea (that she would have sex with him) and staged the call Kim snapped. Kanye has to involve Kim to keep up the ratings of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Now the beef is back between the 2 parties and all media is eating up. It will be the most talked about story line from now until the next ridiculous set of events begins.
The ultimate con artist. Do you honestly believe that Donald didn’t tell Melania to copy Michelle Obama’s speech? I imagine these two sitting in bed and Melania shitting bricks about having to give a speech because her English sucks. Trump doesn’t think twice and tells her to copy Michelle’s and we’ll figure it out later. No press is bad press and bad press is what Makes America Great Again. I don’t think he shoots from the hip as often as people think he does. He purposely pisses people off knowing exactly that he does and says wrong things. It’s like he bends the people as far as possible without breaking them. When I watched John Oliver’s episode on Trump University he made the point that Trump doesn’t sell purpose, he sells you an attitude. Same concept with politics. He has no clue what he’s doing with the policies but he makes you feel like you are part of a radical change by insulting others and generally being a bad ass.
Selling out is sad. Oklahoma City has a genuine affinity for KD and watching a player trade love for gold is hurtful. The Thunder were 1 game away from the finals last year until Klay Thompson went nuts. This was not a superstar who left because his team sucked. He left because he knows that players are only remembered for how many championships they win and adding his fire power to GSW should be unstoppable. How often do people reference Karl Malone and John Stockton? What about Patrick Ewing? Reggie Miller? Guys who don’t win are always second class and Durant sold out to be part of a team that won the most games in NBA history WITHOUT HIM last year. I hope that he fucks up the chemistry and the team completely falls apart. You have my word that at least 3 of the Warriors 4 stars will get injured next year.
I’ve noticed I tend to voice the opinion of whatever it is I’m reading so don’t be surprised if I contradict myself next week. While reading Klosterman’s “But What If We’re Wrong?: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past” he sort of confirms an idea that’s in my mind after losing a lot of money betting on sports. Whatever you think is going to happen is probably wrong. I’ll take this idea into a few stances that I have a feeling I’m in the minority.
I like Lebron James – I don’t understand where all the hate for Lebron comes from. He’s made the NBA Finals the past 6 straight years and has gotten in roughly 0 off the court trouble. He’s going to go down as one of the league’s best players with stats and even though his finals record isn’t as pristine as Jordan’s, he’s arguably been the best player in the league since he entered. He’s 11th on the NBA all-time points scored in a career and isn’t slowing down. The slights against him are “the decision”, which was 6 years ago for god sakes, and that he’s a crybaby and flopper. If you’ve watched any part of the NBA, every single player is the latter. I hardly would say that I’m a HUGE Lebron fan but my like for him comes mostly from my next stance.
I Dislike Steph Curry & Hate Draymond Green – That mouth guard is the most unnecessary act with regard to functionality that it has to be done for attention. Can’t stand it. I respect Steph’s game like no other. His ability to knock down shots from anywhere on the court is amazing. It’s the smugness from him and the whole hoopla surrounding how revolutionary he is that gets me. I don’t want to not like him but Klay Thompson is just so much cooler that he shows the appropriate way to behave. Plus, who else brings their kid to a press conference?
If I rate my dislike for Curry a 6, my dislike for Draymond Green is off the charts. I’m not sure why he isn’t getting more of a beating by the media (unless I’m not seeing it which is quite probable). It’s clear he’s a great player by the likes of last nights game in his absence. No one denies that. His dirty plays though are ABSURD. Like straight up bonkers. His play isn’t basketball. It’s the extreme opposite of flopping which people also go nuts over. See what I did there.
Look at how much a pussy Draymond is when LeBron gets in his face.
The Lowest of the Low (I think the first one isn’t that bad fwiw)
I like Donald Trump – I know this is dangerous but please read what I write before only reading the headline. Here’s a video of Trump protesters getting violent.
I don’t think that Donald Trump says appropriate comments or knows how to run a country. However, I do know that if people (and obviously this is a small sample size) are willing to attack people based on who they support, I’m against that, which in turn puts me pro people who are getting attacked.
Donald Trump is ludicrous. This comment about Obama after Orlando: “We’re led by a man that either is, is not tough, not smart, or he’s got something else in mind. And the something else in mind, you know, people can’t believe it. People cannot — they cannot believe that President Obama is acting the ways he acts and can’t even mention the words radical Islamic terrorism. There’s something going on. It’s inconceivable.”
So Trump thinks Obama knows more than he lets on with regard to terrorism which seems radical in itself. However, weird shit happens behind the scenes and to turn a blind eye to potential hi jinks in the Whitehouse is equally naive. Hilary wouldn’t possibly take the stance that no new “Islams” should be allowed in the country, as Trump wants, so she retorts with tighter gun control which is equally stupid because if someone wants to do what happened in Orlando, they will find a way gun control or not. Both sides are solving an insolvable problem to please the people.
I’m not a Trump supporter but the more I see how people react and how “wrong” he must be, the more I’m leaning to the idea that he must be right. I also think you’re equally stupid if you don’t like someone because of their choice of political party. Read this sentence and know that you are a simpleton if you show hate towards another person’s opinion.
Donald is a polarizing figure that is good for the election. Here are the most popular reasons for why to vote for Donald (taken from Reddit).
I’m seriously thinking about voting for trump, and here is why. I firmly believe that our system of government is deeply flawed, if not completely broken. Yet we still keep voting for the same type of people. If trump wins, there’s a good chance the whole thing will collapse from his absurdity. Then maybe we could start over and build something better that works. A vote for trump is a vote for full system breakdown, which I believe is exactly what we need.
He’s an asshole, but at least he’s honest, and isn’t really into bullshitting people. Besides, I don’t want a third Bush or a second Clinton in office anyway. The Presidency is not a hereditary monarchy.
I like him because he exposes the giant fucking joke that politics is, and everyone hates him for that.
The primaries are finally interesting for once because guys like Trump and Paul have views that aren’t 100% in line with the 3×5 card of acceptable opinion that the rest of them read their lines from.
When Oppenheimer developed the atomic bomb and was asked if it should be used, he said that it had to be used so that everybody knows why it should never be used again. Donald Trump could end the Republican Party as we know it. It would begin a new era of non-proliferation.
He isn’t a pandering politician. He is relatively centrist and populist. He has a long track record without any damaging scandals. He seems more than the others to be genuinely interested in being a good leader for the country, rather than only for his base (as he doesn’t really have a base to pander to.)
In short, the rest of the field looks slimy and self-serving. Trump has proven successful enough at serving himself that he comes off as credibly genuine and not like he’s running to make more money or get more recognition or power. He is less easily corruptible than a politician looking to trade favors and pander for votes. And the media reaction to him only serves to make the media look like corrupt establishment boot lickers seeking to control the narrative and the political process entirely. I guess it takes power to speak truth to power, sometimes.