Before we leave the Republican nominee in the dust, let’s let Bro. Pat Robertson, that paragon of all things Jesus-y, have his say. Talking about committing sexual assault is “macho.” Good to know. And so we wave farewell as Pat Robertson takes that one last step into irrelevancy. Bless his heart.
Tag Archives: Donald Trump
What means “locker room talk?”
Is there any one more qualified that Christopher Kluwe, former Minnesota Viking punter, to tell us? I think not. (If you’ll remember, Kluwe had a little to say about marriage equality, too.
I just feel like sharing this
I mean, really…what if it’s all a ruse?
Listen to this Radio Open Source show, a WBUR weekly show, on the belief of Trump’s followers in a secular Rapture led by him.
On mansplaining or being manterrupted.
Just read this, by Jessica Bennett and the New York Times. From the essay: …to the rest of us, or at least the 51 percent of us who are women, Mr. Trump’s behavior was also painfully familiar, reminiscent of the types of dismissals so many of us deal with every day. “To the men amazed …
A former Miss Universe speaks…
This from the Republican presidential candidate, no sylph, himself. If you want to read more about Alicia Machado, go here. And here’s Trump’s rather predictable response. Manager’s Note: We do not fat-shame here. We do, however, call out hypocrisy on a regular basis.
About last night…
Did you miss it? You can watch it, in full, here.
The Lord detests lying lips
Politico fact-checked Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton for a week, and found during their five-day analysis, Trump averaged about one falsehood every three minutes and 15 seconds over nearly five hours of remarks. In raw numbers, that’s 87 erroneous statements in five days. And: Clinton is no paragon of truth-telling either. Her misrepresentations, while less …
According to Donald Trump’s way of thinking, he is running for president in large part because of a slight by Pres. Obama in 2011. So it’s vengeance-based. Sad! You’ll be watching the debate tonight, right? Right?
When you reduce humans to candy:
Turns out, this photo was used without permission. It was taken by a former refugee who is none too happy about the use of his work by one of Donald Trump’s sons. Even the makers of Skittles — Wrigley — stepped in with: “Skittles are candy. Refugees are people. We don’t feel it is an …