The Pardu

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The Daily GOP Ignominious: YOUR GOP Anti-Trump Ad And A Vulgar Quiick Hit With Palin

"A person who is very flat-chested is very hard to be a 10," 

"fat pig."  Donald J. Trump, front runner GOP candidate for the 2016 nomination
Our Principles PAC, founded in January 2016 by Katie Packer, is a veteran Republican strategist has broadcast a new political advertisement against Donald Trump as a candidate to leader her party into the fall General Elections. The includes a damning exhibition of disgusting about women quotes from Trump delivered via a representative set of woman subjects.


Fact Check dot org:  Linked.

Let's not forget this exhibition following a non-complimentary column from a New York writer.

From the utter disgust of Trump, let's visit his state of pathological lying. Have your heard Trump's often used rhetoric of US unemployment at the level of 42 percent? Of course, you know Trump is lying, but the unemployment lie is part of the package. A package which seems to have copious amounts of sycophant glue. 

The following Media Matters piece captures CNN's Christine Romans early morning segment regarding the Trump unemployment lies.

Media Matters: Unemployment at 42%? Really?
CHRISTINE ROMANS (HOST): Money and politics here. On the stump, and in interviews Donald Trump -- the front runner on the GOP -- has claimed the official unemployment rate is eight times the published rate. Just this weekend, he told CNN's Don Lemon, quote "as you know, as people give up looking for jobs ... all of the sudden they are considered employed statistically." Well. that's not true. They are not counted as employed. They drop out of the labor market if they are not looking for work. And, he has said this:
42% percent

Trump's pathological state aside, how about a quick visit with the nation's number one *ditz* who has to irritate Ben Carson for the top of the pact regarding American conservative "whack job.

Sarah Palin goes full vulgar while reminding of a 'drunken sailor.'  Not only does the nation's number one political quitter go vulgar, she deploys that ever-present a generalization of "thugs.

Yet, another sterling example of Rience Priebus's campaign trail.

In case you chose not to visit the link, we offer a snippet.
Sarah Palin: We don't have time for "all that petty, punk-ass little thuggery stuff that's been going on with these quote-unquote protestors" at Trump's rallies.


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