Donnie-John hasn't even made
it to the Big Chair and already his eyes are rotating in opposite
directions trying to understand what is going on around him. "The Art of
the Deal" was a textbook on opportunism ... you don't have to
comprehend anything or construct a viable strategy, just focus on the
person between you and what you want and put them on their butt. Simple.
Donnie-John is hard wired with this atavistic non-intellectualism. His
advisers have a built in get-out-of-jail-free card because they aren't
the President, the duff in the red hat is. Donnie-John can't navigate a
140 character tweet without a
misspelling, a redundancy, an unsupported conclusion, a lame throw-away
line referring to an irrelevant, disposable, and thoroughly unrealistic
campaign promise that still works like magic to keep the mouth breathers
juiced. The man HAS no plan. He isn't that sophisticated. "The Art of
the Deal" had nothing to do with something as rational as a strategy, it
was all about aggression and who could win the Biggest Johnson bragging
rights. I'm getting whiplash from jagging between laughing and crying.
What a country. It is clear that a large chunk of the U.S. populace has
spent the last 8 years feeling sorry for themselves, nursing their
grievances, and planning their revenge as soon as they got "that
knee-grow" out of the White House. The serious consideration given to
searching for the origins of "voter rage" is a waste of time. It isn't
rage, it's plain selfishness. "I can't have what I want, and nobody
cares, so I'm going to throw a tantrum, and if the country gets flushed
while I'm busy writing in my Book of Woes, well at least every one else
will be as miserable as me." It isn't "voter rage", it's the vindication
of The Loser's Club. Who other than an 80IQ basket case would still be
shouting "throw her in jail"? It's embarrassing. Donnie-John didn't
write his own books. The guy who wrote "The Art of the Deal" is so
disgusted he won't even cash his royalty checks. Donnie-John doesn't do
his own taxes. The one time he mentions his tax man in one of "his"
books, HE SPELLED THE GUY'S NAME WRONG. He has no plan, which makes him
unpredictable, which makes it impossible for people who think for a
living to come up with a way to unhitch his little wagon from the backs
of the American people. Sooner or later, every red hat haver is going to
realize that the man they gave the Presidency to doesn't even like
them. He doesn't drive to happy hour in a pickup truck.
even a blind pig can find an acorn now and then ...