Today, 172-year-old John McCain went on the "Liberal" MSNBC for the eleventyhundredth time to flash his "barely-contained-rage" face and "stern-grandpa-lecture" face to explain why Donald Trump is a doody-head.
Yesterday, doody-head Donald Trump published an op-ed in that newspaperish thingie that America's finest mid-range motels shove under your door at night in which he pointed out that John McCain was a loser hack Liberal handmaiden of the Kenyan Usurper:
Trump: I don't need to be lecturedDonald Trump 6:46 p.m. EDT July 19, 2015McCain has abandoned our veterans. I will fight for them....The reality is that John McCain the politician has made America less safe, sent our brave soldiers into wrong-headed foreign adventures, covered up for President Obama with the VA scandal and has spent most of his time in the Senate pushing amnesty. He would rather protect the Iraqi border than Arizona’s. He even voted for the Iran Nuclear Review Act of 2015, which allows Obama, who McCain lost to in a record defeat, to push his dangerous Iran nuclear agreement through the Senate without a supermajority of votes.A number of my competitors for the Republican nomination have no business running for president. I do not need to be lectured by any of them. Many are failed politicians or people who would be unable to succeed in the private sector. Some, however, I have great respect for....
You know who Crazy Uncle Liberty hates? Losers. Liberals. Politicians. Anyone who has ever gotten within spitting distance of the Kenyan Usurper and not spit on him. RINO, especially RINOs who apologize. And anyone who calls him crazy. Anyone who wants to force them to play nice with the brown people and uppity women and Commies who stole their country from them.
You know who Crazy Uncle Liberty loves? Winners. Loud, rich, asshole winners who have lottsa hot broads around them and say whatever the fuck they wanna say and fuck you if your don't like it ya pansy. Loud, rich, asshole winners who tell Crazy Uncle Liberty tell he's a fucking genius. This is why Crazy Uncle Liberty watches Fox. It's why Crazy Uncle Liberty listens to Hate Radio.
And Hate Radio has not let Crazy Uncle Liberty down!
Rush Limbaugh Rallies Listeners to Donald Trump’s DefenseThe conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, who has a substantial following among grass-roots Republicans, came to the defense of Donald J. Trump on Monday as prominent leaders in the party stepped up their criticism of Mr. Trump’s pointed comments about Senator John McCain.Such a defense is not entirely surprising, since Mr. Limbaugh’s distaste for the Republican establishment is deep and well documented. But the supportive words from Mr. Limbaugh may provide Mr. Trump with the inoculation he needs to survive the scorn of the party’s elders long enough to be included in the presidential debates.Mr. Trump is not following the typical protocol for public figures who are scorned by the establishment, Mr. Limbaugh said.“The American people haven’t seen something like this in a long time,” the radio host said, speaking to the unique nature of the emerging 2016 Republican presidential contest, in which harnessing anger and money may be crucial ingredients for success. “They have not seen an embattled public figure stand up for himself, double down and tell everybody to go to hell.”...
So guess who won that pie-fight?
From the WaPo:
Poll: Trump surges to big lead in GOP presidential raceBusinessman Donald Trump surged into the lead for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, with almost twice the support of his closest rival, just as he ignited a new controversy after making disparaging remarks about Sen. John McCain’s Vietnam War service, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll....Even with the drop in support on the final night of the survey, Trump was the favorite of 24 percent of registered Republicans and Republican-leaning independents. That is the highest percentage and biggest lead recorded by any GOP candidate this year in Post-ABC News polls and marks a sixfold increase in his support since late May, shortly before he formally joined the race.Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who announced his candidacy a week ago, is in second place, at 13 percent, followed by former Florida governor Jeb Bush, at 12 percent. Walker’s support is strongest among those who describe themselves as “very conservative.”...