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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Reader Asks About Trump Spending

Can’t believe one of our lefties would open this big door challenging us:"What does Trump (or any other oligarch supported republican candidate) spend on vacation?…"

Answer "Their own money."

Now ask the next question: "What does the democrat Obama spend on vacations?

Answer: "Our money." ($44,351,777.12)

15 comments:

Riley Martin said...

Oh? Really? What have other presidents, regardless of party, spent on vacations? What are the cost breakdown for the leader of the free world to take a vacation? Your blinding partisanship is laughable in this case.

Sarkazein said...

RileyMartin- You really can't comprehend the point can you? I have often said, liberals do not have the ability to discern.

Riley Martin said...

Dear man, you haven't made a point.

Sarkazein said...

And you've proven mine.

Sarkazein said...

Like some comedian said to Al Sharpton- " You're just a haircut away from being a legitimate candidate." Even though he got the haircut and lost weight, he became one of those people who lost weight and didn't have a pretty face after all and looks even worse.

But, Trump could have a reality haircut show. One episode of him at a high end NYC men's barber shop getting a regular man's short haircut/hairstyle. It would be the highest rated one time show on record. He would find he an extra 2-3 hours a day after the removal of his trademark combover.

Sarkazein said...

Should read: "He would find he has an extra 2-3 hours..."

Blogger said...

Riley Re: My partisanship. Last time I looked it said Conservative on the masthead. Gee, surprise, surprise. I am partisan.

Riley Martin said...

"I am partisan."

That does not mean you are correct with your assumptions. Only, that you have picked the "sports team" to support, regardless of talent, I should say.

Blogger said...

Riley "Regardless of Talent?" Regardless of talent? Riley, we are fielding 14 candidates, all of whom have successful political or governing track records. We also have 3 more with successful records outside politics. Your side can't even find one who can point to a major accomplishment.

Anonymous said...

Riley said, "Your blinding partisanship is laughable in this case."

Is Hillary the candidate YOU are supporting? I would really like to know...

Riley Martin said...

Out of 14 candidates, and all of their wanting accolades and merit badges, who do YOU support? It would appear that your GOP brethren are supporting the one that is the least likely to succeed yet most represents your values. Please explain to this weary traveler this unusual circumstance.

Anonymous said...

What, afraid to come out and SAY that you support Billary? Coward... As to the Republican field, where there are actual choices, I haven't made up my mind, but I do not support Trump. I like the fact that our side is lively and competitive where yours is stagnant and old and showing no vigor (Hillary - 67, Sanders - 73, O'Malley - 52, but nobody seems to be paying him any attention). I like a lot of our candidates - Carson, Rubio, Fiorina, Huckabee; not a fan of Christie, Bush or Paul. There! I showed you how to answer a question! Do YOU support Billary?

Sarkazein said...

WearyTraveler- It would appear you suffer political jet lag. Another characteristic of a liberal other than the inability to discern is the incredible number of misconceptions you base your political opinions. Please show the comments where the GOP brethren, here, are "supporting" the "least likely to succeed" (assuming your reference is Trump).
In your travels news must be hard to come by. Trump has been the biggest thing in political news... this is a political blog, hence the discussion of Trump. This is the pre-primary run-up, hence the discussion of political candidates on a political blob.
The only commenter, here, predicting the outcome of the next presidential election has been you with your prediction of a President Hillary (the un-indicted co-conspirator).

Sarkazein said...

"blog" not "blob"

Anonymous said...

Let see how the "Good Christian" "Family Values" Republicans plan to break up America families with massive deportation of children, grand parents, sibling, spouses, parents, cousins, co workers and friend of those 12 million deportees?

Such dumb, racist, inhumane, un American ideas!!!