Tuesday, June 23, 2015

LOL! Donald Trump Surges to 2nd Place in New Hampshire!

Folks, the clown car is real and it's getting goofier by the second in there. A new Suffolk University poll has the latest evidence of their rolling fiasco. Hahaha.
He’s dismissed by the political professionals, but there is no denying that the appetite for Donald Trump among Republican primary voters is real.
The New York developer and reality television star is second among 2016 presidential candidates in a new Suffolk University poll of New Hampshire Republicans – behind only former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
The poll of 500 likely GOP presidential primary voters found 14% back Mr. Bush. Mr. Trump is right behind at 11%. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio come next, with 8% and 7%, respectively. The poll tested 19 GOP candidates – a rare survey that included ultra-longshots like Mark Everson and former Govs. Bob Ehrlich and Jim Gilmore.
The upcoming debates featuring the Donald are going to be incredible. I'm already warming up the popcorn. Err...actually, I guess a wide assortment of nuts might be the more appropriate snack for such must-see TV.

UPDATE! That's not all folks! Trumpmentum is a nationwide phenomenon.

8 comments:

  1. Trump is kind of refreshing in the sense that he doesn't spew the GOP line on everything. The problem is, he spouts ridiculousness with some frequency, and he hit a new low pushing the birther nonsense about Obama.

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    1. I thought the new low was the whole "Mexicans are sending rapists" thing? Whatever the case, this development is hilariously bad news for the GOP. Bring on the debates!

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  2. You're right. The birther thing was an old low, lol. BTW, where'd you find that photo? LOL!

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  3. Dude, admit you're bald, shave your head with hair clippers. I did it 20 years ago; people like it. Seriously, this is a real problem for them. No problem having in the debates, it makes the serious candidates look less crazy. But actually winning some votes might cause the primaries to drag out longer. I'll be he thinks he has a chance, and he's right. In such a mixed-up field, anything could happen.

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    1. I would say that "bald Donald Trump" would be more dignified...but this is still Donald Trump we're talking about here! No matter what's on his head, I welcome him to the race!

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  4. Medias elites love to mock Trump--but beware. He is going to do a lot better that the beltway chattering class thinks.

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  5. Media elites love to mock Donald Trump, but believe me--he is going to do much better than the chattering class Washington insiders think.

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