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Wednesday, April 27

The Trumpster

I haven’t written anything for quite a while, mainly because I couldn’t think of anything worth writing about. But then, along came Donald Trump, the Donald. And he gave me something to write about. I’ve long thought that anyone who would wear his hair in that Trumpy style must be really stupid, and today, it was confirmed, he really is stupid. Rich, yes, but stupid, a resounding yes. Today he reaffirmed his belief that our president, Barack Obama, wasn’t born in this country, and therefore is not a citizen of the United States, therefore shouldn’t be president. I realize that way too many of our citizens also believe that really stupid rumor. And I realize that way too many of our citizens also think that Sarah Palin would be a good candidate for president, or that Donald Trump would be a good candidate for president. Whoa! Now both those thoughts are really stupid, and anyone holding those thoughts must be equally stupid. I mean, Tea Partiers, for the most part, are creationists and not evolutionists, and that announces in CAPITAL LETTERS their stupidity. And anyone who would even consider voting for Sarah Palin or Donald Trump for president of the United States must be summa cum laude with a major in Stupidity.

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