Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Donald Trump - Voice From the Bottom of the Barrel

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

My Dear America:

Well, at least one impending Crisis of Doom has been averted. 

That Crisis was the prospect of Donald Trump being elected President of the United States.  I will never understand why this reckless, heartless, arrogant and clueless Egomaniac was ever allowed the airtime and media consideration that he was.  Even in his statement yesterday he was allowed the gall of stating that although business is his true love, that if he had entered the race he was sure that he would have won the Republican Nomination and in the end would have also won the White House.

Throughout Trump's short Tease Campaign he spewed venom at President Obama, demanding, among other things that Obama, who had real matters of concern, like trying to get Osama bin laden, show his true birth certificate.  Trump even went so far as to claim that Private Investigators Trump had hired found evidence of Great Concern about where the President was born. 
To shut the Donald up Obama finally released his long form birth certificate, made a fool out of Trump at the White House Correspondent's Dinner and to top it off, engineered a mission to not only eliminate bin laden but also to haul away valuable intelligence information from bin laden's compound in Pakistan.

Certainly there were plenty of good reason's for Trump not to run.  It is doubtful that, even if Obama didn't eliminate Osama, that Trump could have beaten him although the prospect of Trump even being in the race still gives me chills.

I am glad he is out of it, or at least out of it for the present, but like the Loch Ness Monster or Governor Schwartzeneger, I still fear that this opportunistic Egomaniac may still have it in his head that he will at some point say "I'll Be Back."

But for now, though, it appears as though the person who stopped Donald Trump's real or possibly false Political Ambitions was the President of NBC, the network that broadcasts Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice."  When asked whether or not Donald Trump could be replaced on "Apprentice" the NBC President indicated that not only could Trump be replaced on "The Apprentice" but that he would be replaced and it would be easy to replace him.

Within hours of that statement by the NBC President, Trump had put out his statement throwing in the towel on his Presidential bid.  

I wonder if one thing had any bearing on the other.

Goodbye Mr. Trump.  And Good Riddance.

I guess The Donald didn't want to hear the head of NBC say to him "You're fired.

Sincerely Yours

Jerry Gallagher  

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