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“The Donald” Endorsement of Willard is a Gift to Democrats


(Hahahaha, the Teapublican freak show gets even freakier! – promoted by lowkell)

From reports in national media outlets, Donald Trump will not be endorsing Newt Gingrich. Instead, he is endorsing the Mittster…Willard “Mitt” Romney.

I fail to understand how an endorsement by Trump helps Romney one iota.

#1:  Romney, the son of a man who was born in Mexico, not the United States, is going to tie himself to one of the leading detractors of President Obama’s birthplace…even after the President presented his long form birth certificate?  A bit of irony here?

#2:  Romney, a super rich American who obviously can only relate to those in his own class is welcoming the endorsement of another super rich American who obviously cannot relate to anyone other than those of his own class.

#3:  Romney, who seems totally unattached from low and middle income Americans, is attaching himself to The Donald, who basks in the spotlight and is always seeking publicity for himself and his television show.

I could understand The Donald endorsing Gingrich.  They both have very grandiose egos and very grandiose ideas. In many ways they seem to be cut from the same cloth.

But why would Mitt Romney want to stand beside The Donald?  The Donald has proven consistently that he will make as many outlandish remarks as the Mittster has himself.  So he sure can’t help deliver the message.

Maybe The Donald really just wants Romney on the new “Apprentice?”  Or perhaps, The Donald is angling for the Vice Presidential nomination through this endorsement. Wouldn’t it be just wonderful to have two ultra rich capitalists who know nothing about life for people who work every day to make a living on the Republican ticket?  

Come on Mitt, do it.  What a wonderful gift you would be giving Democrats!

  • normanva

    gets more bizarre by the day.  I wonder if Trump still believes what he said last April. Sounds like a good ad for Obama.

    In an interview with CNN last April, Trump dismissed Romney as a “small business guy” and suggested Bain Capital, the venture capital firm where Romney made his millions, had bankrupted companies and destroyed jobs.

    “He’d buy companies, he’d close companies, he’d get rid of jobs,” Trump said