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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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"Very high ranking Wall Street donor" warns Priebus that his ass is grass, and he is the lawnmower


After a week of repeated allegations that Donald Trump sexually assaulted women at various stages of his life, top Republican donors and even some rank-and-file lawmakers are urging the party to fully cordon itself off from its presidential nominee.

Trump did himself no favors with this crowd this week: disparaging his accusers’ physical appearance, launching tirades against the press corps, and giving a more full throated endorsement of the notion that the election was rigged against him.

Watching from afar, a number of top Republican donors were aghast. One very high ranking Wall Street donor said that pressure on the RNC to cut ties with Trump “is intense.” As for the RNC’s chairman, Reince Priebus, the donor warned that “his re-elect (as chair) was on the line by holding firm” to Trump.

Trump has put top Republicans in a Hobbesian bind, forced to choose between alienating the vast number of voters devoted to the real estate mogul and the elite wing of the party that finds him repulsive. So far, they have largely sought a middle ground, denouncing the candidate at times while never fully severing their ties. But as the election nears and the limit of Trump’s political abilities and appeal become clearer, walking that line has grown much harder.


SO...Seńor Sniffs A Lot delivered a rambling, "pumped up" fatwa about Hillary being "pumped up"


“Athletes ― they make them take a drug test, right? I think we should take a drug test prior to the debate,” Trump told the crowd at a campaign rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on Saturday.

Trump went on to insinuate that Clinton might be using performance-enhancing drugs to improve her debate skills.

“I don’t know what’s going on with her, but at the beginning of her last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning,” Trump said.

“And at the end, it was like, ‘Huh, take me down,’” he said, mimicking an exhausted exhale. “She could barely reach her car.”



Trump uses "bummer" teleprompter as justification for all of those contractors he never paid

“These teleprompters haven’t been working for the last 20 minutes,” Trump complained. “And I actually like my speech better without teleprompters.”

The Republican nominee then proceeded to move a teleprompter out of his line of sight. “You know what? I like it better without the teleprompter. Get this thing outta here, will you.”

“So, here’s the story,” Trump said after taking the teleprompters apart. “Here’s the way I work. Here’s the way government works. So, the teleprompter’s a bummer. It doesn’t work. That means the company doing the teleprompter is in the back. That means they didn’t do a good job. So I won’t pay them.”

Trump then pivoted from the teleprompter malfunction into an attack on the media, “And tomorrow I’ll have a story in the newspaper: ‘Donald Trump did not pay a contractor who put up the teleprompters.’ Well why should I? They don’t work. And they’ll make me like I’m a bad guy like I’m a bad person.”


Jon Voight wants you to know that the only way to end the tyranny in America is to vote Trump

Good luck making it all the way through this one without your head exploding. My favorite part is the bit about how under Hillary you won't be able to have a difference of opinion, and that's a shame, because that freedom is what makes America America.

Michele Bachmann: "No, (Trump) has not ever hit on me." USA! USA! USA! USA!

Huckabee is pimping this article on Facebook.

Bachmann Reveals What Trump Did to Her During Breakfast Alone in Penthouse


Conservative Tribune sister company USA Radio interviewed Bachmann, and host Rusty Humphries asked if Donald Trump had ever hit on her; the answer was not what everyone was probably expecting because it showed what a true gentleman and quick study Trump actually was.

“No, he has not ever hit on me,” she began.

“As a matter of fact,” she said, “he invited me up to his penthouse to have breakfast up there with him.”

Did Donald Trump harass this woman? By no means. “He was a perfect gentleman,” she declared. “His wife and his baby son were down on the floor below, and he showed me the artwork; he showed me where he stood when the twin towers came down, and he watched that from his apartment.”

Trump, 2004, on Lindsay Lohan: "Deeply troubled women are always the best in bed"

Donald Trump said in a 2004 interview with Howard Stern about Lindsay Lohan that "deeply troubled" women are "always the best in bed," according to a CNN KFile review of the appearance.

In the hours of crude and misogynistic sex talk Trump engaged in when he appeared on The Howard Stern Show, one of the most common topics of discussion were famous women.

Trump and Stern would often rate, rank, and describe in sexual terms female celebrities. In appearances reviewed by CNN's KFile, Trump also told Stern he would pay not to receive oral sex from Rosie O'Donnell and teased a recently-deceased Anna Nicole Smith for her large lips.

A Trump campaign spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment on this story.


MORE pedophilia! Trump tells TWO FOURTEEN YEAR OLD GIRLS "in a couple of years I’ll be dating you"

Donald Trump reportedly told two 14-year-old girls in 1992 that he would be dating one of them “in a couple of years.”

A news brief published in the Chicago Tribune at the time said the girls were part of a youth choir singing outside the Plaza Hotel in New York City when Trump approached them and asked their ages.

“Wow,” Trump replied after being told they were 14, according to the account, which resurfaced this week. “Just think ― in a couple of years I’ll be dating you.”

The crack was similar to one the GOP presidential nominee made about a 10-year-old in a recently resurfaced tape, also from 1992. In that clip, recorded for an “Entertainment Tonight” Christmas special, the then-46-year-old Trump greeted the girl on an escalator at Trump Tower. Turning to the camera, he said: “I am going to be dating her in 10 years. Can you believe it?”


A Facebook friend posted an article comparing Trump to "Samson, God’s appointed judge over Israel"

He doesn’t drink wine, he has a tendency to lie, he has a weakness for women and his hair is sort of a big deal. No, I’m not talking about Donald Trump.

I’m referring to Samson, God’s appointed judge over Israel.

Donald Trump is a sinner.

Donald Trump is not perfect.

Donald Trump is not a great spiritual role model.

Check, check and check. Now let’s look at his policies:


The sage wisdom of American Psycho Donald Trump Jr. on women who "can’t handle, like, you know"

Donald Trump Jr. offered some unsolicited career advice for women concerned about sexual harassment in the workplace: Just quit, already.

“If you can’t handle some of the basic stuff that’s become a problem in the workforce today, then you don’t belong in the workforce,” Donald Trump’s son told The Opie and Anthony Show in a 2013 interview that BuzzFeed just unearthed.

“You should go maybe teach kindergarten,” he said, apparently suggesting that teachers aren’t part of the workforce. “You can’t be negotiating billion-dollar deals if you can’t handle, like, you know.”

Gender-based harassment, both sexual and not, is against the law in the U.S. “It is illegal to harass a woman by making offensive comments about women in general,” according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.


NY Daily News adds a dash of 9/11 spice to Trump's already-boiling over pot of sick stew

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