Saturday, April 9, 2011

Donnie T. Responds To Allegations Of Being Weird By Being... Well, Weird

I'm developing a crush on this man.  I've long been known to love crazy people, and damn, he is just providing me with more and more material.

On April 1st, New York Times columnist Gail Collins wrote an opinion piece titled "Donald Trump Gets Weirder."  And it's true!  She skillfully points out his unprofessional treatment of his detractors (namely, Gail Collins), speculates he is running for president in order to promote his whackadoodle train wreckfest "Celebrity: Apprentice," and mocks him for his recent subscription to the birther craze.

Well, Sir Donald is never one to refuse a challenge!  So he responded with a letter to the editor and boy howdy, this guy sure knows how to prove a point-- Gail Collins' point, that is.

He starts with some VERY salient points about his candidacy-- namely, that Gail Collins doesn't know any big words and that he is a best-selling author.  You know, because the NYT Best-Selling list has ALWAYS been a measure of literary greatness.  I think Charlie Sheen could probably have been more coherent.

"Even before Gail Collins was with the New York Times, she has written nasty and derogatory articles about me.  Actually, I have great respect for Ms. Collins in that she has survived so long with so little talent. Her storytelling ability and word usage (coming from me, who has written many bestsellers), is not at a very high level. More importantly, her facts are wrong!"

Donnie continues to burp out exclamation points and conspiracy theories at the link below-- it's a great read.  Best Repub ticket ever:  Trump/Bachmann all the way!



  1. I can't stop laughing at his hair! Where did you find this photo? If he expects anyone to take him seriously, he needs to do something about that combover problem. And, well, he needs to quit saying stupid stuff.

  2. Kate: I'll have to find the link to this breakdown of his hairstyle I found the other day. Whisky is inhibiting it tonight, but it's hilarious. As far as we can tell, he is using a double-combover, utilizing hair from the left side of his head and from the back of his head. With the clever application of huge amounts of product and probably a third of his paycheck, he has been able to create a monumental lattice concealing the most shameful part of his manhood:

    his scalp.