All of you Clinton supporters pretending to be upset over Trump's comments: you supported and voted for a rapist, and now you're supporting and voting for the wife of that rapist. And she's not innocent; no, she trashed those women in public, and even hired a private investigator to dig up dirt on Paula Jones. I guess all victims of sexual assault should be believed unless they were assaulted by her husband, right?
I guess I'd feel more sympathy for you and your outrage if I had never encountered the phrase "Sarah Palin is a c**t" back in 2008.
"Cocks not Glocks" got invited to the White House? Brandishing dildos in public is so good that you get invited to the White House, but vulgar language a decade or more ago is bad?
Your "trumped-up outrage" doesn't impress me:
Now why might it be that men regard women as sex objects? Surely the ravenous purchase by females of stiletto heels, push-up bras, butt-hugging mini-skirts, plunging necklines, false eyelashes, hair extensions, breast implants, butt implants, lip implants, and mascara, rouge, and lipstick to the tune of billions a year has nothing to do with it. Females would never ever exploit their sexuality to seek attention from men. Bush and Trump, driving to the set of Days of Our Lives on a studio bus, comment on the legs of actress Arianne Zucker who is coming to meet them: “Oh, nice legs, huh?” Trump says. “Your girl’s hot as shit, in the purple,” Bush says. How surprising that Trump and Bush noticed Zucker’s legs! As documented in the video, she is wearing a skimpy purple dress, with an extremely short hem cut on the bias, a low neckline and fully exposed back. She is in high heels to accentuate her bare legs. The ratio of exposed skin between Zucker, on the one hand, and Trump and Bush, on the other, is perhaps 100 to one. But all that bare flesh must simply be because Zucker has a high metabolism and gets exceedingly warm; she would never want to broadcast her sexuality to men or have men notice her. The fact that she swishes her hips when she walks must just be a quirk of anatomy.Now, I don't argue that Trump's comments are costing him big time. What I argue is that such talk only matters if you're a Republican. Use your intern as a humidor and no one cares--if you have a (D) after your name. I also argue that Trump's language isn't as important as what Friday's Wikileaks dump says about what Clinton has done.
We've already had almost 8 years of one affirmative action president. He's been a disaster; I'm hard-pressed to think of one thing I can actually support him on. Now we're poised to elect our second affirmative action president in a row. No matter which of the two major candidates is elected, we'll be in bad straits; Clinton's election, though, will be worse for America.
But at least she keeps her potty mouth to herself, right? You can sleep well at night knowing that. While she sleeps with a rapist.
The Republic is doomed.