Thursday, May 5, 2016

Comments By Trump... And About Trump

"I'm very liberal when it comes to health care. I believe in universal health care. I believe in whatever it takes to make people well and better." Donald Trump

"It’s very exciting we have a new president. It would have been nice if he ended with a 500 point up instead of down. It’s certainly very exciting. His speech was great last night. I thought it was inspiring in every way. And, hopefully he’s going to do a great job. But the way I look at it, he cannot do worse than Bush." Donald Trump

"If Hillary Clinton can't satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America?" Donald Trump on Twitter. He later deleted the tweet. (16 April 2015)

An Incomparable Compendium Of Donald Trump Quotes, Arranged By Year

Clinton Is "More Conservative Choice": Longtime Republican Crosses Party Lines (NPR)

"The U.S. will invite El Chapo, the Mexican drug lord who just escaped prison, to become a U.S. citizen because our 'leaders' can't say no!" Trump Tweet (12 July 2015)

"Donald Trump, I really truly believe is a very dangerous man. If you listen to the things he said... He has joked about killing reporters." ~ Glenn Beck

"He does have, over the course of his life, a consistent misogynistic view of women as arm candy, as pieces of meat. It’s a consistent attitude toward women which is the stuff of a diseased adolescent. And so we have seen a bit of that show up again. But if you go back over his past, calling into radio shows bragging about his affairs, talking about his sex life in public, he is childish in his immaturity. And his — even his misogyny is a childish misogyny." ~David Brooks

"If he came to visit our country, I think he would unite us all against him." ~David Cameron, conservative Prime Minister of The United Kingdom

"The myriad vulgarities of Donald Trump—examples of which are retailed daily on Web sites and front pages these days—are not news to those of us who have been living downwind of him for any period of time." ~ Canadian Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair, since 1992

"People are asking themselves, 'How would we feel if our children came in repeating the words of the president of the United States if that president was Donald Trump?' And if it would embarrass you to have your children repeat the words of the president, that's not a good thing." ~ Ted Cruz

"Donald has a very unfortunate habit. When he gets scared, he lashes out... And he insults and attacks whoever is standing near him... Donald does seem to have an issue with women... Donald doesn't like strong women. Strong women scare Donald." ~ Ted Cruz

"Trump is Hillary Clinton's Christmas gift wrapped up under a tree... Trump says a lot of things that are crazy... Trump's a moron." ~ Carly Fiorina

"The stuff [Trump] is saying on immigration, the stuff he saying ontorture, the stuff he is saying on war, is absolutely unforgivable ... He is coming out directly against the Statue of Liberty. … If it comes down to Trump and Hillary, I will put a Hillary Clinton sticker on my fucking car." ~ Penn Jillette is an American magician, juggler, comedian, musician, inventor, actor, and best-selling author known for his work with fellow magician Teller in the team Penn & Teller. He is also known for his advocacy of atheism, scientific skepticismlibertarianism and free-market capitalism.

"Trump has made a living out of preying on and bullying society's most vulnerable, with the help of government. He isn't an outsider, but rather an unelected politician of the worst kind. He admits that he’s bought off elected officials in order get his way and to openly abuse the system. The rabid defense he gets from some quarters is astonishing." ~ Katie Pavlich, conservative journalist who writes for The National Review and does commentary for Fox News

"I loved listening to you talk to those other talking heads about 'Donald Trump could be the destruction of the whole Republican party.' I throw my hands up in the air and cheer. I hope it happens!" ~ Jesse Ventura

"I think the big problem this country has is being politically correct." Donald Trump

Alan: "Political correctness" is a phrase whose tripartite purpose is 1.) to denigrate intellectual rigor, 2.) to discard-or-deny inconvenient truths (anthropogenic global warming and evolution among them) and 3.) to validate glib, prejudicial and bigoted opinions originally incorporated by bullies, queen bees and docile followers on Middle School playgrounds.

"The Danger Of Science Denial"
TED Talk by Michael Specter

A Meanspirited But Accurate Attack On Creationists - And The Larger Meaning Of Science Denial

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