During this 2016 Presidential campaign, we have all come to learn just how considerate and thoughtful Donald Trump is. He demonstrated that consideration once again as he was speaking in North Carolina today, hinting that gun rights advocates may want to take out Hillary Clinton. How considerate of him!
Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has shut down this blog and most other humorous political blogs.
I saw this list of guest celebrity cameos in “Sharknado, The Fourth Awakens.”
- Gary Busey
- Tommy Davidson (“In Living Color”)
- T’Keyah Crystal Keymah (“In Living Color”)
- Imani Hakim (“Everybody Hates Chris”)
- Masiela Lusha (“George Lopez”)
- Cynthia Bailey (“Real Housewives of Atlanta”)
- Erika Girardi (“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”)
- Robert Herjavec (“Shark Tank”)
- Lori Greiner “(Shark Tank”)
- Kym Johnson (“Dancing With the Stars”)
- Carrie Keagan (TV host)
- Gena Lee Nolin (“Baywatch”)
- Alexandra Paul (“Baywatch”)
- Benjy Bronk (“The Howard Stern Show”)
- Duane Chapman (“Dog the Bounty Hunter”)
- Stacey Dash (“Clueless”)
- David Faustino (“Married With Children”)
- Frank Mir (MMA fighter)
- Roy Nelson (MMA fighter)
- Seth Rollins (WWE star)
- Vince Neil (Motley Crue)
- Wayne Newton
- Todd Chrisley (Chrisley Knows Best”)
- Savannah Chrisley (Chrisley Knows Best”)
- Grayson Chrisley (Chrisley Knows Best”)
- Dr. Drew Pinsky (“Loveline” host)
- Patti Stanger (“Millionaire Matchmaker”)
- Corey Taylor (Slipknot)
- Andre “Black Nerd” Meadows (YouTube star)
- DeStorm Power (YouTube star)
- iJustine (YouTube star)
- Paul Shaffer (“The Late Show”)
- Carrot Top (comedian)
- Chippendales dancers
- Dolvett Quince (“The Biggest Loser”)
- Gilbert Gottfried (comedian)
- Hayley Hasselhoff (“Fearless”)
- Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff (“Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills)
- Stassi Schroeder (“Vanderpump Rules”)
- Jax Taylor (“Vanderpump Rules”)
- Steve Guttenberg (“Police Academy”)
- Al Roker (“Today Show”)
- Natalie Morales (“Today Show”)
- Jedward (music group)
- Jay DeMarcus (Rascal Flatts)
Before I knew the list was from the latest Sharknado movie, I thought it may have been a list of the speakers from the Republican National Convention.
A devastating balloon drop closed the Democratic National Convention, killing 3 while injuring 6 including Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Retired Admiral John Hutson said about Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump at the Democratic National Convention, “Donald, you’re not fit to polish John McCain’s boots.” Of course, this was a complete red herring as we all know that John McCain prefers loafers (see Sarah Palin as former running mate).
The Democratic National Convention got off to a rocky start as Bernie Sanders believers appeared ready to take the Jonestown route rather than endorse Hillary Clinton. But the Democratic convention soon settled into thoughtful, rational, stirring speeches presented by prestigious politicians, everyday people, and A-list celebrities not named Scott Baio. What is a political blogger to write about?
Melania Trump commented on First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention.
The time is nigh for the Democrats to show that a national nominating convention can be substantive and offer clear plans for the country, and not be a thinly-disguised WWE backstory of the feud between Terrible Trump and Killer Cruz. But I think if the Dems want to try and sway some on-the-fence Trump backers to vote Democratic, here are some suggestions to add a little pizzazz to their convention.
Republicans have constructed the most overtly anti-LGBT platform in history, but Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is doing his best to show he is sympathetic towards the LGBT community.
While it appears that Melania Trump’s speech last night at the Republican National Convention did include similar words and thoughts that Michelle Obama’s 2008 speech used, that likely unintended cribbing could have and should have been easily explained away. Instead, the Plagiargate scandal has now just widened.
Donald Trump is reconsidering his choice of Mike Pence as Vice President.
On Face The Nation this morning, conservative pundit and publisher of The Federalist, Ben Domenech, said that “Now this party (Republican) is coming to Cleveland to die.”
The Republican presidential ticket of Donald Trump and Michael Pence is set to enhance the Trump legacy.
Residents of the UK already have over 1,000,000 names on a petition to re-do the Brexit vote. I think it is kind of clever that the Brits have a Plan B in case they royally screw-up, which they appear to believe they did.
Ted was not the only Cruz to take a beating on the night of the Indiana primary election.
At a recent campaign stop, ersatz Vice Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina accurately portrayed which direction the Ted Cruz campaign is headed. Continue reading
Donald Trump has been making “birther” claims this whole campaign that Ted Cruz is not a natural born citizen and not eligible to be elected President. Well, he was born in Canada, eh? I am not prepared to go into a Constitutional interpretation here as both Cruz and Trump weave in and out of the Constitution whenever it suits their needs. My point is that after losing to Cruz in the Wisconsin Republican primary election, Trump has completely confused his birther argument against Cruz along with his followers.
The political gasbag pundits on TV can analyze all they want how super PAC’s derailed the Donald Trump campaign for at least a little while in Wisconsin. They missed what really was Trump’s downfall, but the people of Wisconsin did not.
Last night at CNN’s Republican Town Hall, moderator Anderson Cooper argued that presidential candidate Donald Trump was arguing like a 5 year old.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders overwhelmingly won the Alaskan Democratic caucus through the use of a promise to the people of Alaska, inspired by Donald Trump …
Just as the Cruz campaign grabbed a little momentum yesterday when Ted Cruz overwhelming won the Utah Republican caucus, it suffered a momentum-halting, huge setback today.
It seems completely normal to hear that Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is threatening Ted Cruz, but now the wives are involved, the gloves are off and food may be spilled.
After an anti-Trump PAC tweeted out revealing pictures of Melania Trump from a GQ photoshoot, husband Donald came to her aid and threatened via twitter to “spill the beans” on Heidi Cruz. He didn’t provide more details about what dirt he was planning to dish on Heidi. I hope it is not the police report from 11 years ago that indicated she was having some mental health incident. Yawn. I mean, she MARRIED Ted Cruz. I think anyone would have mental health challenges being married to that creepy guy.
The final Republican debate has been canceled, but not because Donald Trump and John Kasich have decided not to participate.
I’m feeling very dirty today. Hmmm?
Marco Rubio is staking his campaign’s survival in winning the Florida Republican primary March 15th.
Donald Trump had a bit of a scare at a Dayton, Ohio campaign stop as a protester rushed the stage.
Let me see if I have this straight. Donald Trump mocked Bernie Sanders when protesters interrupted campaign appearances of Sanders last summer.
As I watched the penultimate Republican primary debate last night, I speculated about what orchestral percussion instrument each candidate would play.
In honor of Marco Rubio’s crashing and burning presidential campaign, I suggest the kid’s swimming pool game of tag formerly known as Marco Polo now be called Marco Rubio. That’s about the only thing that will ever be named after him as it is becoming clear that there will never be a Marco Rubio Presidential Library. Consider this …
The 2016 International Women’s Day theme is Pledge For Parity.
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz sure want Donald Trump to release a supposedly secret tape.
Considering that Donald Trump won big on Super Tuesday,
Now that Jeb! has exited the Republican Presidential primary race, we are left with 3 legitimate contenders: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz & Marco Rubio, the 3 Stooges of the Republican party.
Wow, the series of 10 Republican Presidential debates taken together has been the best reality television series ever. Despite the lack of substantive discussions or facts, there was drama, comedy and conflict, exactly what you want from reality TV. Each debate saw candidates get “voted off” the main debate by how they polled with us, the general public. We even saw some “get rescued” from the junior debate and get back to the main stage when their poll numbers rose, again thanks to us. But there is just one problem.
I had absolutely no interest in having another Bush in the White House after Bush #2 just about ruined this country in his 8 years of dartboard decision-making deserving of a dunce cap.
In his usual diplomatic way, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has issued an official response to the Pope’s questioning of his Christian faith.
Republicans had initially been quite upset in the wake of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dying so inconveniently for them early in an election year. But then they discovered what they thought was a golden nugget that Scalia had left them in his passing.
I’m starting to feel very uncomfortable in my own skin now that I find myself agreeing more and more with Donald Trump.
In last night’s Republican Presidential primary debate, Ted Cruz revealed to the nation that he is bi.
As Ted Cruz’s Presidential campaign continues to gain momentum, campaign staffers are considering some strong choices for an official campaign song.
I bought a so-called Smart TV. I’m considering returning it.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie made a tactical decision to ignore Iowa and put all his eggs in the New Hampshire primary basket. Continue reading
In the wake of the Iowa Caucus results,
My youngest son goes to school in Iowa. I have vacationed in Iowa. Iowans seem nice. I generally like Iowa, but was dismayed when I heard that the Iowa Caucuses chose creepy Ted Cruz on the Republican side.
I would buy Donald Trump a drink.
In a blockbuster of a breaking news story, former Republican presidential candidate has been confirmed to be Canadian.
I would also be sad if I were Carly.
Does anyone else find it odd that the one candidate that has something to say about EVERY issue has been silent so far about the takeover of the federal wildlife buildings in Oregon by armed militia terrorists?
10) Get this tunic to the dry cleaners.
The El Niño weather pattern has been making some people happy this fall with some needed wetter weather in California and warmer weather in the northern USA, but Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is not pleased. Trump expressed his displeasure at a recent campaign stop:
With recent polls showing Ted Cruz now leading Donald Trump in Iowa, Republican leadership is concerned that Trump may be desperate enough to start making outrageous claims.
I feel the need to explain to all those expecting to see the American flag superimposed over Facebook profile pictures after the San Bernadino mass shooting why they don’t and shouldn’t expect to. Continue reading
Republican presidential primary front-running candidate Donald Trump continues his campaign of insults without apologies. This highly unusual strategy was initially thought to be sure to backfire and be short-lived, pandering only to the lowest stratum of US society. However, that has not appeared to be the case, and Trump continues his insulting barrage against individuals and groups. Continue reading
Republican presidential hopefuls should feel more comfortable with the next debate hosted by conservative-friendly Fox Business Network. The last debate hosted by CNBC featured significant squabbling between the candidates and liberal-media moderators with plenty of perceived “gotcha” questions. Fox Business promises a smoother format that will permit the candidates more opportunity to present their campaign platforms without interference from partisan moderators. Continue reading
Jeb Bush has launched his “Jeb Can Fix it” campaign as his presidential aspirations continue to dissipate into the ether. This new campaign appears to have a dual purpose. Continue reading
Rather than debating who won or who lost the CNBC Republican debate, I am pleased to offer random thoughts on each candidate.
Chris Christie – Is there any doubt that Christie bets on daily fantasy sports? He was sure quick to deflect that topic.
Mike Huckabee – I was not sure if Huckabee is running for President or for Donald Trump’s VP slot.
Carly Fiorina – She may want to talk to the House Benghazi Committee before challenging Hillary Clinton to a debate.
The third Republican primary debate will be shorter this time, truncated to two hours due to demands from candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson. Perhaps they believe that if the debate goes longer like the previous ones that they will eventually say something so stupid that it will deter voters, but that has not happened so far. I mean the voter determent, not the saying something stupid part which has been constant during this primary race. Continue reading
Once again, the upcoming Republican candidate debate will be preceded by a debate among the candidates that didn’t make the cut for the main debate. Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, George Pataki and Lindsey Graham will meet in the junior debate before the ten top candidates debate. In an effort to generate interest, any interest, in the undercard debate, the four candidates have agreed to change the format of the debate to a strip poker game during which they will casually debate the issues. This format was only approved under the condition that NJ Governor Chris Christie not be allowed to participate under any circumstances.
Comedy Central can’t wait for Dr. Ben Carson to drop from the Republican primary race. A source inside Comedy Central has revealed that the network has signed Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson to star in a Comedy Central show that is currently being developed for him. Continue reading
Lincoln Chafee announced he is leaving the Democratic presidential primary race. Twitter and facebook responded by not blowing up.
When reached for comment, both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders asked, “Who?” Martin O’Malley, missing since he announced his candidacy, could not be located for comment.
The House Benghazi committee hearings with Hillary Clinton are infuriating former Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb. Webb was angered at receiving about 50% of the speaking time Hillary Clinton enjoyed during the first Democratic debate, prompting him to quit the Democratic primary race and ponder a run as an Independent. “It’s just not fair. If Hillary gets questioned about Benghazi, then I want my chance and equal time to be questioned about Benghazi,” ranted Webb.
Reports are that Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb has decided to drop from the Democratic primary race. The seemingly angriest Democratic candidate is reportedly pondering a future solo role either as an independent presidential candidate or as a lone gunman.
In the wake of the first debate between the Democratic primary candidates, the polls reflect some significant changes and a new contender. Not too much changed at the top as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders still lead the polls. Clinton polls extremely well with those wearing pants suits, getting approval from over 95% of that demographic. Sanders earned high marks from the “no original teeth” demographic, especially in the Northern states. Those in that demographic polled did complain that the debate was on too late, it conflicted with Matlock reruns, and the mashed potatoes at dinner were too lumpy. Sanders did not do so well in the “no original teeth” demographic in the South where that demographic cuts across all age groups.
While Joe Biden ponders whether or not to throw his hat into the Presidential race, his advisers are working behind the scenes to remove the open podium that is available for him at the first Democratic presidential debate. “In case of Biden break out podium number 6. Here it is folks,” says senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta on Twitter.
Biden’s camp is concerned that if Mr. Biden does not participate in the debate, then the viewing public may find the open podium more dynamic, interesting and appealing than the actual candidate himself.
Donald Trump is making headlines again as he is reportedly upset about being left out of the first Democratic presidential debate. Trump blasted the Democrat’s decision to exclude him saying, “I was a registered Democrat for years and am a front-runner for President. I belong on that stage to take on Hillary, the old guy and the rest of the losers. Nobody can beat me this election. Nobody can beat me except me. I want the opportunity to beat myself.” I think most of America does.
In an attempt to avoid the circus-like atmosphere at the Republican debates, the Democrats have established some ground rules for the first upcoming CNN debate between the Democratic candidates. Of the five Democratic candidates that have been invited to the debate, only two will be allowed to speak, poll leaders Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. A spokesperson for the Democratic National Committee explained, “We want the leading candidates to be able to freely exchange ideas. We want the other candidates that are wasting their time and money not to waste ours and just butt out. But you know us liberals, we want to appear fair to everyone.” Continue reading
With the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in the news, former President George W. Bush has been back in the national spotlight. In an effort to further distance himself from his brother’s presidential failures like Katrina response, Republican Presidential candidate Jeb Bush has rolled out a new campaign logo.
Bush’s original logo has been criticized for not mentioning the Bush family name. Critics have wondered aloud if Jeb Bush is ashamed of the Bush legacy. With his new logo, the Jeb Bush campaign appears to be seeking a level of independence and anonymity heretofore never attempted in a Presidential election.
The Bush campaign rolled out the new logo at a campaign stop in New Hampshire leaving voters a bit puzzled. The new Jeb Bush campaign logo definitely makes it clear that Jeb Bush is his own man, but the question is “which man?” One local at the campaign stop remarked, “There are so many candidates in the election, anyone not named Donald Trump had better have an actual name.” When reached for comment, Donald Trump uncharacteristically could only offer, “?”