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Why I Support Donald Trump for the GOP Nomination

April 21, 2016

I’m not a registered Republican.  For that matter I’m not a registered Democrat either.  In fact, I’m not a registered member of any party. I think California currently calls people like me “no party preference.” It used to be “declines to state.”  I like the sound of that one better. Chances are pretty good that I’ll vote for the Democratic presidential candidate this year.  It’s not that I have a warm or even tepid regard for the Democratic candidates.  It’s because of the Republican candidates.  Most GOP presidential candidates are just repellent.  This year, the two leading Republican hopefuls appeal to the side of human nature that’s usually the raw material of sensationally brutal and senseless crimes.  What we’ve got here, folks, is a sociopath and a guy with borderline personality disorder.  The sociopath, Cruz, is what they call in crime fiction an organized offender while the BPD guy, Trump, is a disorganized offender.

If either of these guys wins the presidential election we’re doomed or, even worse, doomded.  The good news is that, at least according to current polls, neither stands a chance against a Democrat who can walk, talk, and doesn’t drool too much.  Naturally I’d like the less likely winner to run.  I think Big D is my man.  I’m backing him, at least in the fight for the nomination, 101%.  I’d like to go 110% but that’s impossible since 100% is an absolute maximum.  I think the extra 1% is within sampling error so I’m sticking with it.

I urge all like minded citizens to follow my example.

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Sandusky Gets 30 Years Plus, Endorses Romney, Vows to Fight

October 9, 2012

Today Jerry Sandusky, erstwhile Penn State football coach and youth leader, received a 30 to 60 year sentence after his conviction for child molestation.  Judge John Cleland, not to be confused with the author of Fanny Hill, handed down the sentence.

Sandusky made a statement in court in which he proclaimed his innocence and vowed to fight for exoneration.  He advanced the theory that he was the victim of a left wing conspiracy.  The highlight of his statement was his endorsement of Mitt Romney for president.  He said, “Mitt and I go way back.  He’s one of the few who’ve stood by me throughout this ordeal.  He’s promised that when he takes office he’ll free me from prison on day one of his term, right before he repeals Obamacare.  I urge all right minded people who oppose this legal travesty and miscarriage of justice to vote for Romney and clear my name.  I believe in America. In your heart you know I’m right.”

We reached out to the Romney campaign for comment but, as of press time, has not received a response.