Saturday, June 3

Letters to Trump

 Yay! Finally my Letters to Trump book was delivered!

It's the very bestest book ever!

Here's what he writes right on the opening page.

It's filled with interesting correspondence, such as with Edward Kennedy

And Kim Jong Un



And Putin

And Xi

Ahhhh, to have a U.S. President striving for peace, not senseless war!

Macron is in there wishing him well for COVID.

Even Oprah was in there.

He does a SICK BURN of President Clinton (ha ha!)

And he gives Hillary a mention.

Even President Obama is there.


And I think I know who his running mate might be...


Of course, he needed to get in a pic of his inauguration crowd size (very big, the biggest, some say the biggest ever).

Come on now, are you not entertained?

There's tons and tons more in there. Highly entertaining!

He leaves us with this message:

Is he the greatest US President ever, or what?

Very handsome to boot
Some say the most handsome US President.

I clearly enjoy making libtard heads explode!

I want to put the book right out in the middle of our coffee table whenever family or guests visit, but David says that's a guaranteed spanking for me, and he'll do it birthday suit bare, across his knee, right in front of our guests! He's so mean!

52 comments:

  1. Handsome, huh? I wish he'd included some pictures of him on the golf course. He looks like the Michelin Man with an orange combover. Wonder how many years it's been since he's seen his own dick.

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    1. Awww shucks! I was hoping for more of a rise out of you ;-)

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    2. Sometime you gotta go for the easy shots. ;-)

      I did kind of want to ask why a Canadian led off with a promotion of the American dream. But, I guess thank you for keeping warm wishes for us in your heart.

      As for the other comment-worthy pics:

      I'm guessing Trump's picture of Clinton was less a sick burn and more of "congratulations." Poor Monica -- if she'd been around to fuck Trump instead of Clinton, at least she could have gotten paid to shut up about it.

      Doesn't the pic of Trump and Kim Jong Un look like they're at a gay dance club, Trump is inviting Kim out onto the floor, and Kim is displaying a girl-like delight at being asked to come into the arms of the bigger, older daddy bear?

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    3. The American dream actually goes beyond the USA - you know that.

      Oh, Bill payed off more than one. Monica just couldn't keep her mouth shut.

      Exactly. Trump had the guy eating out of his hand.

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    4. "Monica just couldn't keep her mouth shut."

      Literally.

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  2. Brating like a teenage girl
    You know who this is

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  3. Ohhhh the spanking will be yuge! It’ll be a yuge one. People will be talking about it, a lot of people.

    russ xo

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  4. You should listen to the audio book of Trump interviews with Bob Woodward ("The Trump Tapes"). You'll love hearing your hero in uncut interviews. It's much more interesting than the bullshit PR book you are promoting. I can't believe your love for this lying lunatic.

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    1. It's almost 12 hours long. Are you telling me you listened to it all? Wow. Good on you!

      I just got it just now as a free trial so hopefully that hack Woodward doesn't get paid!

      So far Trump sounds great. Woodward does a very dishonest thing by adding in "fact checks" after the fact inline with the interviews which gives Trump no chance to respond. The "fact checks" and "framing" are just pure sleaze from sleazy Woodward. Also hard to know to what extent it was edited as there are so many cuts.

      Tell me what chapter and minute you think is the worst thing Trump says.

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    2. Two hours into it now. So far Trump has been great and Woodward extremely polite to his face. Then he backstabs him in his added commentary, adding all sort of sleazy innuendo and hearesay as if it were fact. E,g. Woodward goes on about Mathis claiming he prayed in church that unstable Trump will not launch a nuclear war. Of course, he did not DARE say that to Trump's face. He adds it later as part of his sleazy sleaze.

      And FYI, Trump made peace, not war. It's Biden and co., and the establishment Republicans, all the greedywar hawks of the military industrial complex, who have created the most massive war and brought us to the brink of nuclear conflagration, not Trump.

      It amazes me that we saw a full term of Trump very effectively making peace (sometimes through strength, other times via diplomacy) and still the Trump haters maintain their unmaintainable position. True, deep level cognitive dissonance. A form of mental illness IMO.

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    3. You might want to verify for yourself the fact checks that Woodward supplies. I didn't do all, but I checked some and they are accurate. Trump comes off better and more approachable in these interviews. I can see why some otherwise-sane people followed him.

      There seems to be two ways you can follow the interviews. You choose to believe Trump and discount the fact checking that Woodward did later. The other is to listen to what Trump said and also believe the fact checks. I did the latter. What it revealed to me was a very scary situation. I believe that Trump thinks he is telling the truth. Based on listening to the interviews, I think that Trump may start off knowing that he's lying, but quickly convinces himself that he is being honest.

      After listening, I have a better understanding of the "sane" Trump; the man who isn't throwing food at the dining room wall. I also know that he consciously lies even when he doesn't have to.

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    4. I'm very familiar with all the slime Woodward throws and have previously researched those I've heard so far. They are generally baseless (I.e. no proof or there are reasonable explanations or interpretation.).

      For example, Trump brags about how rich he is. Woodward inserts one of his slimy notes bringing something up about how one of his real estate projects is heavily leveraged. Give me a break. Trump owns and flies around in a jumbo jet! He's rich. It's just one of many little jibes that shows Woodward is not an honest broker. If he can back any of that stuff up, he would.

      Trump is absolutely an exaggerator (he's a salesman) and is sometimes unreasonably optimistic. I have yet to hear anything I consider to be meaningful lie from him (ie, where the truth is 180d different - such as Biden claiming printing money will solve inflation, or that the border is fully secure). But if you have a clear example, I'm all ears.

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  5. The book is on the coffee table (or would it be a tea table?). I visit. Am offended. David gives you a through bare ass spanking and asks me to finish you off. Looks like a win to me.

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  6. I know this is your blog, your respect of Trump is well known and that is fine. I don't want to offend you, but I look forward to your blog but I try hard not to comment on political views, so I remember this is your blog. The spanking, well I agree, but then again you are getting what you want, females enjoy a good spanking and the harder the better. I just know in this household if I get too carried away with what happening in the political world, the spanking I will get, will mean, naked, facing the corner, my wife insuring her Mother will drop by, and maybe a friend or two. Jack

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    1. Are you a Trump supporter too, jack? If you were my little boy, you would be.

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    2. If I was your little boy, I know that a spanking on my bare bottom would be sound enough I would do as Mommy saids. Jack

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    3. Oh goody. Maybe that means I'm one of your little boys. There's far worse mommies to have than Julie.

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    4. Now you're just turning me on!

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  7. The closest you came to irritating this left coast leftie is using the obnoxious word “libtard”.

    Trump isn’t wrong about everything but he’s wrong that his massive ego is more important than our nation and the world.

    I won’t be voting for him.

    Rosco

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    1. He's a grandiose narcissist. His ego is fed by doing good shit and having people recognize it.

      "Grandiose narcissists will display a pattern of superiority and pretentiousness that may differ from typical narcissists. They crave excessive praise and admiration from others, and may flaunt lavish lifestyles in order to achieve this."
      https://www.choosingtherapy.com/grandiose-narcissism/

      "Whereas other types of narcissists may have an underlying sense of insecurity or fragility, a person with grandiose narcissism will believe, without doubt, that they are special, unique, and superior. Overall, those with grandiose narcissism are more assertive and extroverted than their counterparts with standard NPD. Because of this, they will also display a strong distrust of experts. According to the grandiose narcissist, the expert could never know as much as they do. Anyone who disagrees with the narcissist will always be wrong.

      Below are common symptoms of grandiose narcissism:
      A need for admiration
      A lack of empathy
      An exaggerated sense of importance, confidence, or self-esteem
      Persistent fantasies of increased success, power, or happiness
      A belief that they should only associate with special or powerful people
      A belief that they should receive special attention, treatment, and gifts
      A tendency to take advantage of other people or situations
      Lacking care, compassion, and empathy for others
      Being envious of others and thinking that others are envious of them
      Appearing arrogant, conceited, or self-absorbed
      Impulsivity
      Anger, hostility, and verbal or physical aggression when confronted"

      Yup! That just about sums it up. At least he's not a psychopath like many politicians.

      Many industry leaders who make a big change in the world are grandiose narcissists, such as Steve Jobs and Elizabeth Holmes (so close!)

      I care about his policies, his accomplishments, and his drive.

      Honestly, I'd be equally happy with Ron DeSantis and Robert Kennedy. If Trump drops out gratefully and throws his support to DeSantis, that would be a best case outcome, but I doubt Trump's narcissism will allow it.

      Just so long as the vegetable Biden or the psychopathic Harris or Newsom don't get in.

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    2. Ms SJ,

      Sadly, I think we’re headed for a rematch.

      But thanks for your characterization of Trump. I worry about him starting a nuclear war to protect his ego (yes I know he tends away from warmongering to promote business), so I think he’s more dangerous that the folks you mention from the blue world.

      Interesting to compare to Jobs and Holmes.

      Rosco

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    3. How can you say that? We're currently inches away from a nuclear war due entirely to the Biden administration who allow the neocons and military-industrial complex to run wild. Trump believes in diplomacy and negotiation, and that HAS BEEN PROVEN.

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    4. Newsom would be great. Great idea

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    5. Newsom seems to flip and flop with the wind, courting the far left when it suits him. A very weak leader in my opinion.

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    6. I think maybe you don't know what "proven" means

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    7. "Proven" means he had 4 years in office and was the only President in recent history not to get embroiled in any new wars, to end an old one (against ISI/ISIL) and to have sponsored a major and groundbreaking Middle East peace treaty.

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  8. If Trump is the nominee I'll vote for him again, but DeSantis has my primary vote. I'm just so tired of the never ending circus, and after the way he has treated people like Kayleigh McEnany, the only people who would work in his administration would be fawning sycophants and lecching grifting oafs, even more than is usual in politics. And frankly Trump is the only guy, imo, that Biden can beat with another basement campaign. I'm thankful for him beating Hillary and solidifying the SCOTUS, but he needs to ride off into the sunset. He's simply too damaged politically, he has more serious pending legal issues, and nobody is going to move from Biden to Trump. The general electorate literally elected a bipedal potato over him, and rejected his candidates in the midterms. Electoral shenanigans or not, people are just tired of him.

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    1. Agreed, for the reasons you give.

      "Credit" where credit is due, the Dem machine backed up by the Obama deep state did too good a job on falsely smearing Trump. Regular folks who casually watch the news or consume entertainment were just brainwashed unrelentingly.

      Of course, they attempt the same with every Republican candidate, but they threw so much at Trump that it's time we just concede the propaganda campaign, and try again with DeSantis. I think folks are much less easily fooled now then they used to be: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

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  9. Love this. Love love love. Just like my Ultra MAGA hat. Some people smile. Others are outraged. Either way I count it as a win. The normals have had enough of the bullshit. We tried being nice. Now it’s time to not be nice. - david

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  10. My ignorant whore sister voted for Trump in 2016. Her husband divorced her, my father disowned her, and I haven’t spoken to her retarded ass since 2009. Last I heard she was chasing dick in Alabama. May her, Trump and all of his cult burn in their own little circle of hell.

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    1. Your sister sounds like the most intelligent of the group. Your "whore sister" is probably making $5000/day as a high end sex worker and having the time of her life ever since leaving her family and her husband's sorry bigoted brainwashed libtard asses.

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    2. Anonymous there keeps trying to post vey insulting comebacks, but I won't publish them. It must be so frustrating for him. Ha ha! Be polite, anonymous, and I'll post it. Only I get to be rude here with impunity (unless David finds out ­čś│)

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  11. Julie, I love you. I love everything about you.

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  12. Referring to people whose political views differ from yours by the insulting term "libtard" should earn you a spanking. I will also note that many of those you disagree with are US citizens and you are a Canadian, commenting insultingly on the politics of a country not your own. I think that it would be appropriate if you were sent to your room to pull down your panties to wait for a good hard spanking, followed by a punishment fucking in your naughty bottom.

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    1. I said I enjoyed making libtard heads explode. Come on now, who doesn't? I'm not assuming all Democrats are libtards, that's on you.

      I would be perfectly happy having Americans comment on Canadian politics, except they rarely give a damn because we're a pimple on a gorilla's butt cheek. Actually, I guess I have heard American politicians and pundits criticize Turdeau, but he goes out of his way to earn it.

      But yes to the punishment, Sir!

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  13. Julie
    Stupid is as stupid does:)
    WC

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  14. Republicans

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    1. If you hit the Reply button ON my response it keeps the thread lined up.

      That's a pretty ignorant position and makes you look like a bit of a dummy. Sorry, I don't make the rules...

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  15. How much are you making as part of the Russian propaganda machine detailed in the wagnerleak on business insider?

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    1. ONE Billion Dollars!

      How much are you getting paid by the US Military-Industrial complex to promote and escalate a war where millions suffer? Just curious.

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  16. I'm shocked that you can still support him after all the facts are coming out. At some point you have to sit back and look at it critically. He did the things. He's guilty. He'll likely be found guilty (like he already has been). It's ok to have supported him. But to still do so displays a lack of thinking and just cult mentality.

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    1. What "facts"? All the indictments are very weak on those. And where's the actual crime? You know, victims? The one thing he was found "guilty" of was a civil suit where an ugly-ass batshit crazy lady accused him of an implausible offense decades ago offering no proof yet many inconsistencies. A biased NYC jury brought that one home for the Dems.

      I submit you're the one who is being mislead by your news sources.

      Tell me, what do you think is the one very worst illegal thing Trump has done, and what's your evidence that he did it?

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    2. The classified documents. He clearly took them. He clearly refused to give them back. He clearly obstructed giving them back and hiding evidence of his wrongdoing.

      As for the sexual assault... She might be ugly but he thought she was melanis.

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    3. I picked the most interesting of your comments to publish.

      It's normal for Presidents to take documents after their terms. What's unusual is the Dems criminalizing the negotiations. What do you think of Biden doing the same thing without the privilege of having been the President? Don't you wonder why he's not being prosecuted?

      Regardless, I wouldn't prosecute either of them for any of it. They were both entitled to see the documents, there's no allegation that either of them passed off the documents to unauthorized folks or otherwise profited from holding the documents.. It's a tempest in a teapot courtesy of the Dem's political witch hunt.

      The crazy lady's looks notwithstanding, the whole scenario is utterly implausible, there were no witnesses to even circumstantial bits, she's not credible, and she brought no evidence. Stop listening to your news sources and look at what was actually presented at the trial itself.

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