Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Tips For Donald


Did you hear?


Oh.

Well, I thought... oh forget what I thought.  Just in case The Donald stops by, thought I'd list a few pointers that he might find helpful.  Mind you, I'm not a Republican, so I won't waste my breath trying to change Donald's mind on anything.  These are just some suggestions, on... manners?  We'll see.

-When possible, stick to being interviewed by a man.  Because with women, one misogynistic slip, and you're going to be dealing with that for days.  Women are pesky like that.  Just ask Jeb Bush.

-I'm sorry Mr. Trump, I have not tuned in to all of your news but I don't believe I've heard much mention yet about guns.  If by chance you are interested in my views, click HERE.  Otherwise you might want to follow the wisdom of your good fellow candidate Ted Cruz, and cut a video of you utilizing your favorite weapon, in a surprising new way.  You can even set yourself apart if you actually do all the work for the stunt.  Good ol' buddy Cruz didn't even load the bacon onto his gun. 

-Not sure with all of your business ventures if you've been able to watch the news in the last year;  but we've had a heck of a time with race relations.  Particularly with police, and unarmed blacks.  Young, old, men, and women; doesn't seem to matter.  I think the public has yet to hear your wisdom on this matter.  The good news is, you won't have to do much to delve deeper than your competitor,    
Scott Walker, to address the fact that it's going to take a lot more than "training", to solve the problem.  How does one train a racist, not to be racist?  Or heck, just follow suit like Dr. Carson implies, denying there is really any problem at all, today, of racism in America. Regardless that every life goes down different paths, and through both choices, circumstances, no two people are granted the same fate; they all should find that strength, (aka-lots of money) to pull themselves up by their bootstraps.  After hearing all of the sad childhoods of some of your co-candidates; we now have so many examples to go by.  Not all of us are fortunate enough to live in the Donald Trump bubble.

-Demonstrate that mature, charming character and pass along your wisdom to younger candidates, such as Rand Paul.  Sadly, not all American women were born into his family.  Actually he has sons, but any ol' who; even though it may sound nuts, the rest of American women are still dealing with inequality in pay, and men that we don't know messin' where they have no business.  It's the darnedest thing.  Oh, there's a few other things too, but I guess you could leave that kinda stuff to Carly.  Actually, this woman didn't even bother with her privilege to vote in the past so... thanks but no thanks.

-While we're discussing the younger set and women's issues; you may want to distinguish yourself, and show your maturity, by taking a less polarizing view than Marco Rubio.  It's cute and sweet that he's so idealistic and ...oblivious.  He's just like Peter Pan.  Heartless.

-If I were you, I'd leave the religious rhetoric to the angry preacher,
Mike Huckabee.  After all, we live in a country with separation of church and state.  Most of the time.  Someday, I am going to need someone to explain to me how using the US military to attack women at their most vulnerable time is Christianlike.  Not to mention a piss poor use of highly skilled Americans who've been trained to protect those same women.  Who's up for the next civil war?
Besides Huckabee, that is?

-There are more.  Candidates that is.  According to, 2016 Republican Candidates, there are 38 Declared Republican Presidential Candidates.  There are also many more important issues that I did not include here.  Frankly though, I'm tired.

If Donald stops by, he can always check out my Words of Wisdom  

Seems to me though, he's not big on advice; or listening.

So far, it's working for him.

Go figure.