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(MSNBC)   In the wake of the disaster right outside his window, Donald Trump generously and magnanimously extends his deadline for Obama to indulge his conspiracy theory by 19 whole hours   (maddowblog.msnbc.com) divider line 117
    More: Followup, President Obama, Donald Trump, Frank Marshall Davis, Goebbels, disasters, U.S. citizens, Mitt Romney, John McCain  
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2012-10-30 08:28:40 PM
I know a lot of people want to see President Obama try to trade tax returns for school records, or respond in a certain way...but I like the fact that Trump is being ignored. It's the best way to infuriate someone who so clearly wants attention. It's delicious watching the media and the rest of the GOP slowly back away from him. It's a soothing ointment for the irritation of watching him toy with the idea of running for president eventually. I'm fairly confident this has killed any support the GOP might have given him, and I'm hoping that he'll no longer be included in any political discussions from now on.
 
2012-10-30 08:32:06 PM

stoli n coke: teeny: IlGreven: David Krumholtz, star of DOA CBS comedy "Partners", is now donating $10 per question asked of him to Sandy relief.

My question: How do you feel knowing that this question will provide more relief than Donald Trump?

That guy from 'Numbers'? Does he have the money to do that? I saw him once on TMZ and they were asking him about his new car, a Kia.

"How do you like your new car? Is it awesome?"

*blink* "It's a Kia....."

Given that it's a hit show on CBS, he's probably in the six figures an episode range. As far as cars go, isn't he a New Yorker? It may be the first car the guy has ever owned, so he may just be getting something he can control on the road.


I thought Numbers was done...? Or maybe you're talking about his current show. I wouldn't know, I only watch whatever's on netflix. You're probably right about the car. I'm a Californian, and never having been to NY, that didn't occur to me.
 
2012-10-30 08:58:13 PM

stoli n coke: This guy doesn't get that he's not nearly as famous and powerful as he thinks he is, right?

In fact, I'm having my doubts that he even has $5 million to give. The super-rich don't usually whore themselves out on reality TV, I don't care how narcissistic they may be.


I agree. Plus he will pretty much whore his name out to any product or deal if the price is right no matter how questionable the deal or people involved. Investors Sue Trump Over Failed Resort
 
2012-10-30 09:15:29 PM
Anyone in this thread sticking up for this shiatstain?
 
2012-10-30 09:17:12 PM
I'm conflicted. On one hand I never want to see Trump's smug douchetastic face again, but on the other hand I want to see Jimmy Fallon absolutely eviscerate him on his show tonight.
 
2012-10-30 09:26:26 PM

mrshowrules: Anyone in this thread sticking up for this shiatstain?


Raises hand.
 
2012-10-30 09:37:36 PM

badhatharry: mrshowrules: Anyone in this thread sticking up for this shiatstain?

Raises hand.


Because you are birfer level stupid or because you just generally approve of people acting like complete assholes?
 
2012-10-30 09:50:24 PM

badhatharry: mrshowrules: Anyone in this thread sticking up for this shiatstain?

Raises hand.


LOL
 
2012-10-30 10:04:59 PM

mrshowrules: badhatharry: mrshowrules: Anyone in this thread sticking up for this shiatstain?

Raises hand.

Because you are birfer level stupid or because you just generally approve of people acting like complete assholes?


It's not that big a deal. He offered money to charity to see some school records. He hasn't even made any accusations of wrongdoing. It's not like he is a US Senator saying that he knows that Obama has not paid any taxes.
 
2012-10-30 10:45:00 PM

badhatharry: mrshowrules: badhatharry: mrshowrules: Anyone in this thread sticking up for this shiatstain?

Raises hand.

Because you are birfer level stupid or because you just generally approve of people acting like complete assholes?

It's not that big a deal. He offered money to charity to see some school records. He hasn't even made any accusations of wrongdoing. It's not like he is a US Senator saying that he knows that Obama has not paid any taxes.


If he was a decent human being he would simply give the money, like he has so many times before. This is nothing but attention whoring idiocy to distract from his being fired and to keep up a long-refuted dipshiat talking point to make the election more tedious than it needs to be.
 
2012-10-30 11:26:57 PM
I gotta go take a Trump.
 
2012-10-31 01:02:34 AM
Those two tweets might be the most insulting things I've ever seen.. He's playing politics at the expense of now homeless and dead people during a tragedy?

Mother...farker...
 
2012-10-31 03:08:42 AM

styckx: Those two tweets might be the most insulting things I've ever seen.. He's playing politics at the expense of now homeless and dead people during a tragedy?

Mother...farker...


It hardly qualifies as politics. Trump doesn't give a shiat about the records. He never gave a shiat about the birth certificate. He never gave a shiat about actually becoming President.

All Trump cares about is getting his name in the headlines. Keeping the spotlight on him. He's an attention-whore, pure and simple.
 
2012-10-31 08:33:22 AM

randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?


You are an asshole.

I'm fast reaching the point where I'll stop visiting Fark, because although I can tolerate trolls, the prevalence of such dipshiats on the Politics tab is leading me to bail out of threads. I've better things to do in life than subject myself to such arseholery (thanks, Ed Byrne, for that word).

/insert wellbye.jpg here
 
2012-10-31 09:09:13 AM

randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?


Tell us other things that we would do.

You farkstick.
 
2012-10-31 11:07:04 AM

Thats No Moose: randomjsa: And if this were a rich liberal doing the same thing to a Republican, you would blame the Republican for not taking the rich liberal up on his offer. So what?

You are an asshole.

I'm fast reaching the point where I'll stop visiting Fark, because although I can tolerate trolls, the prevalence of such dipshiats on the Politics tab is leading me to bail out of threads. I've better things to do in life than subject myself to such arseholery (thanks, Ed Byrne, for that word).

/insert wellbye.jpg here


The ignore button is there for a reason. Swallow your pride.
 
2012-11-01 10:49:26 AM
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