Sunday, April 17, 2011
How Donald Trump became the next Sarah Palin
Donald Trump, popularly known as the host of NBC's top-rated Celebrity Apprentice, has quickly become one of the front-runners for the GOP presidential nomination and, consequently, the leading laughing stock of the remainder of the nation.
The comb-over king was happy to offer his oh-so-sympathetic thoughts on the current crisis in Libya, and what he would do in place of President Obama's actions.
"I'd do one thing. Either I'd go in and take the oil or I don't go in at all." Trump said. "In the old days, when you have a war and you win, that nation is yours."
Certainly, if 19th century imperialism is your thing, then Trump has offered quite the antediluvian solution to this modern day dilemma.
Trump also took time to further bash both the former and current presidents prior to a pool party at his Palm Beach estate.
"George Bush gave us Barack Obama. If it weren't for George Bush, we wouldn't have Barack Obama," he said. "So I'm not thrilled with George Bush."
Still, Trump appears (publicly) indecisive on whether he will run for the presidency.
"I wish I didn't have to do it. I would prefer not doing it. But I love this country."
It seems that, for whatever reason, Trump considers himself a messiah of sorts for the United States. And why he deems President Obama "the worst president ever," I don't quite understand.
Certainly, Obama's current approval rating of 48% topples President Bush's all-time-low rating of just 22%.
Donald Trump is full of something, but it's not knowledge. Fortunately, he has provided one more "cray cray" candidate to add to the glowing list of potential Republican candidates, and one more chance for Americans to "see the light."
If Sarah Palin is the "Wicked Witch of the Wilderness," then Donald Trump is "The Wizard of Fraud" himself - externally wise and successful, but a fraudulent, empty-headed coward hiding behind a curtain to gain popularity.