I want to see President Trump – if only because of who he’d annoy

I suppose spite and schadenfreude are thinnish reasons, intellectually, for wishing Donald Trump to become the next American president (and preferably with Sarah Palin, or someone similarly doolally, as veep). But they are also atavistically compelling reasons nonetheless. Think of the awful, awful people who would be outraged and offended.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    He would be the Andrew Jackson of our day.
    I mean that in the most positive way possible.

    • Good enough for me!

      • Justin St.Denis

        Me as well…

    • andycanuck

      I hope Trump owns a walking stick then.

    • Xavier

      The liberals are going to go nutz but Congress might actually have a collective stroke when they’re forced to deal with a man who cannot be bought in backroom deals. Shades of Liberty Valance.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    “Think of the awful, awful people who would be outraged and offended.”
    That’s why I’m pulling for him. The Trump Derangement Syndrome on display already is huge. Just think what it would be like if he won. Heads exploding all round. 😀

    • canminuteman

      That’s pretty much my feeling. Is he a great presidential candidate? No. Do I know what he stands for? No, but at least he isn’t a marxist like Sanders or a criminal like Clinton (not that I would vote for a democrat even if i was American). The republicans are a dead loss. It doesn’t leave one many options.

    • john700

      While I agree with his stated plans for illegal immigration and muslims, I am still not convinced that he is not a Clinton plant, with a mission to fuck up the GOP (as it is not fucked up enough) and make some good ideas look bad. All in order to open the way for Clinton.

  • When I say to friends what Trump says, my friends call me all sorts of foul things.

    That’s just fine. I live in a liberal cesspool. And they never even talk about anything that does not fit their mindset.

    Every terror attack will bring Trump thousands of new voters.

  • Dana Garcia

    Trump isn’t bought and paid for by rich oligarchs like the nest of vipers in Washington. It’s disappointing more people don’t understand how much America has become a legalized bribery state.

    As a free man, Trump can grasp the concept of enemies for example, rather than the alleged wonderfulness of Muslim immigration diversity.

  • Physics grad

    Trump is like Rob Ford, without the crack. The marxists heads explode at the suggestion that he might be president. That alone is enough to qualify him as the best choice for the office.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Doncha just LOVE how the Canadian MSM absolutely froths at the mouth (in a Canuckistani-nice way, of course) whenever the issue of Trump is addressed? I just love reminding them that the wait at border crossings are getting longer right now because of Shiny Pony, but when Trump is Prez. That wait might be days long. Canadians need to be taught a good fucking lesson! If it hurts them enough, they just MIGHT learn something…

  • Minicapt

    First, a haircut.


    • lolwut?

      No way, the hair does a great job keeping opponents off balance when facing him.

      Bill Whittle talked about it in one of his videos with Stefan Molyneux
      people going up against him think he’s just a silly clown and don’t take him seriously until it’s too late and he has completely destroyed them.

      • Minicapt

        He is a silly clown, and a serial liar, etc. Unfortunately, no one is willing state such publicly, before the media, lest DonJohn’s feelings be hurt and he says something mean and nasty.
        I don’t think he has arranged his finances successfully, and that he will be acquiring surreptitious support from “people he is and won’t be beholden to”.


  • Brett_McS

    There is a certain amount of the Brer Rabbit in the response of the media to Trump. They would love to have a Trump Presidency. It would be like Christmas all year to them. It’s Cruz they really fear.