Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The Donald takes Lex's advice

Unbelievable! Last week Lex exposed the plan for our broke government to spend $600K on a piece of $h!t, uh, make that a piece of Toad Art to place in a Metro station. Shortly after Lex’s posting, the Army dropped its stupid plan for wasting tax payer’s money. Coincidence? I don’t believe in coincidences.

Consider this. Just yesterday, in the post under, Lex suggested that The Donald drop the push to get the P-BO’s birth certificate released and start one to get the dope’s college transcripts released.

Like clock work, government tv (aka NBC) reported on an AP interview with The Donald where he let lose:

Manhattan real estate mogul Donald Trump suggested in an interview Monday that President Barack Obama had been a poor student who did not deserve to be admitted to the Ivy League universities he attended.

"I heard he was a terrible student, terrible. How does a bad student go to Columbia and then to Harvard?" Trump said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I'm thinking about it, I'm certainly looking into it. Let him show his records."

"I have friends who have smart sons with great marks, great boards, great everything and they can't get into Harvard," Trump said. "We don't know a thing about this guy. There are a lot of questions that are unanswered about our president."


Then there’s this from government tv:

The so-called "birther" controversy has dominated the early stage of the 2012 GOP nominating contest, with Trump leading the charge.

Huh? Who is leading the charge? Trump? No. The MSM is leading the charge. Last night I caught a bit of Mitt on Greta’s show. Guess what came up? Riiight. Do you believe the president was born in the United States? Why ask Mitt that question?

To his credit, Mitt swatted it away in short order. In fact he looked amazingly presidential, but given the current low bar, who doesn’t?

Now, if you have any objection to referring to NBC as government tv, check out the actual story. You don’t need to waste your reading it, Lex has already informed you of every bit of information that matters from the piece. But check out the photo selections. Can you imagine the photo editor:

PE: Is that the best picture of Trump that we have?

Staffer: Yeah.

PE: OK. Well if you say so. No need for me to question that. No need for me to look through the gallery for a better picture. Just run with that one. By the way, is that photo of the exalted one - the one with chin raised in Soviet style arrogance and smugness, looking down his nose on the masses in disdain or is that the “I just I had a fresh spoon of coke up my nose and I’m waiting for it to go down photo? It’s getting to where I can’t tell them apart.

Staffer: Yeah. Me neither. It doesn’t matter. It’s the same look.

PE: Right. Well, let’s put this one to bed. What’s next?

Staffer: We need a photo of Moochele that doesn’t make her look fa..., uh, big boned.

PE: Oh no! Not again. Block out the rest of the week.

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