Wednesday, May 30, 2012

If people spoke about Donald Trump the way Trump speaks about President Obama

 Trump said that "everyone is entitled to their own opinion," and that many people have questioned the legitimacy of Obama's birth certificate. When he was asked to say who, Trump replied, "I don't give names." –ABC NEWS report
 One might, if one were either uncharitable or bluntly honest, conclude that Donald Trump is lying through his teeth, distrupting the electoral process, and that he’s acting not much differently than an agent provocateur sent by Al Queda might act if Al Queda were sending people here to roil the American presidential election and give America a black eye. And perhaps, if they follow Donald Trump's cues, they will.

And then there’s the man Trump supports and is giving money to, Mitt Romney. Here's what Romney said when asked about accepting Trump's money and support:
"You know, I don't agree with all the people who support me, and my guess is they don't all agree with everything I believe in," Romney told reporters on Monday. "But I need to get 50.1 percent or more, and I'm appreciative to have the help of a lot of good people." 
What a cop-out!

Both quotes, here lifted from an ABC news story but appearing in many other media, are getting around the Internet like a cockroach infestation in a garbage dump.

But wait, Trump and Romney can’t play that game unchallenged. So here I go, treating Trump and Romney as if they had Democratic doppelgangers. And I'm not saying what follows is true. I'm just saying that this is what I'm saying.

I believe that Donald Trump is a bonafide Nazi. The reason he combs his hair forward is that he has a giant Nazi swastika tattoo on his giant bald spot, and he’s trying to hide it.

Why do I believe this? Plenty of people have told me they’ve seen Trump in locker rooms and places, quickly combing over the swastika on his giant bald spot. Who? I don’t give names. Same as Donald doesn't.

But the reason I believe this is true is, if Trump is not a Nazi, why doesn’t he shave off that ridiculous comb-over and show us what’s tattooed on his giant bald spot? You know why and I know why. So who does Trump think he’s kidding?

As for Romney, why is he refusing to repudiate Nazis and the swastika on Donald Trump’s giant combed over bald spot? Do I have to spell it out for you. Okay then:

So in other words, Romney is planning to sell out America to the Nazis for a few extra percentage points in the election. That's why he refuses to repudiate Trump. And don’t just take my word for it. Lots of people say so, and don’t ask me who. Like Trump and I have both said, I don’t give names.

Besides, if this isn’t true, how come Trump hasn’t shown us his college transcript and his tax returns for the last ten years? And why has Romney limited showing his own tax returns to only two years? Why not ten years' worth like Obama has done?

If Trump and Romney weren’t members of subversive Nazi college organizations, they ought to prove it. They should release their college transcripts. They should also release their tax returns for the last ten years, all their family papers including the closing papers on their homes, and shave their heads. Otherwise I have to keep believing they're both Nazis with secret tattoos, out to subvert America and the Constitution. 

That’s my opinion, I’m entitled to it, and I’m not backing down. Pass this along.

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