Saturday, October 8, 2016

Done

"Grab them by the pussy."

Grab them by the pussy.

That's it. I could sit here and write ten million words about what a horrible human being Donald Trump is but he said it all in those five words.

And you know what? Any person left in this country who still thinks that Donald Trump should be our president can go fuck themselves. There is absolutely no excuse, no rationalization, no way to make those words (and the ten million other ones he himself has uttered with his ugly little white boy entitled mouth) mean anything but what they mean.

You want to vote for Trump? You go ahead. You just proved that you're a racist, misogynist, ignorant asshole.

There. Those are my words.

Fuck. That. Shit.

Grab this, motherfucker. Just try.

39 comments:

  1. A-fucking-men. You vote for Trump and you most definitely are deplorable.

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  2. I will never understand how people can think all this is ok. You are so right. Gail

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    1. Any of it- how can ANY of it be okay?

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  3. And yet, the TrumpSheep are countering with how Bill Clinton raped women, and how can people be mad about what Trump said and not what Hillary did. He's an evil son of a bitch that will be the downfall of our country if the Deplorables have their way.

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    1. He's already demonstrated way too well that our country is filled with people who are beyond redemption.

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  4. I still think a lotta lotta people out there are very happy with rape culture being their culture. Suits them. Bill included, maybe, but ... I'm not sure that that has anything to do with Ms Clinton.

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    1. It goes so far beyond "rape culture." I can't even begin to tell you what I think about that. It goes up to and beyond having any respect at all for half of the population. And, for oneself.

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    2. That was kind of my point in my comment...why are people talking about what Bill Clinton did or didn't do? He's not running for president! What about one of the Don's ex wives...wasn't Marla Maples a stripper or something? Clutching my pearls!

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    3. And his current wife posed nude in extremely provocative photos with another woman. Are we to judge Donald on his ability to be president based on that fact?
      Uh. No. We have plenty of other facts to base that judgment on.

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  5. Support for Trump is a deal killer for me as far as friends and acquaintances are concerned so I'm being very careful to avoid that topic with people who I like but don't know very well.

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    1. Not me. Fuck it. If someone is a Trump voter, they've absolutely and automatically crossed themselves off my list as someone I could have any respect for whatsoever.

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    2. I agree with every word. We have em here too. Sadly they are in power right now! Maggi Fuck em!

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  6. Tell it, girl!!
    Anyone who can still think this man is anything other than a pervert psychopath, is more than likely just as FUCKED UP AS HE IS!
    Say goodnight dumbfuck, it's over!

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  7. The crazy thing is, we all already knew this is who he is. A fucking abuser in all applications of the word. He told us in a million different ways. But this is beyond beyond. And yet some people will still vote for him. I love your lack of equivocation. I'm right there with you.

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    1. Yes. Exactly. We knew but then when we heard those specific words come out in that so-well-known-by-now voice, it was just...too much. And knowing he was newly wed? Well, that only makes it worse. God. I wonder what kind of hell his wife's life is.

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  8. I amen to everything you said. What do you say to someone in your very own family who claims to be voting for the mother fucking asshole?????

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  9. Yes, you are right, of course, that he is supremely unqualified to run our fine country. But where are you drawing that line? Surely you must know (ask your husband) that many guys talk like this in private, starting in their teens, when they are with others of their own kind. My god, look at your boy Keith Richards! Do you really think old Keefer would be shocked by anything that Donald Trump would think or say? Of course not. Now, Richards is not running for a public office thank heavens, but my point is: where are you drawing the line? Are all men dogs who talk like this, or only when their private conversations are revealed and they have been selected to run for office? As preposterous a buffoon as the Republican nominee is, there is a kernel of truth in his astonishing rebuttal: the husband of the Democratic nominee has actually performed far worse abuse (in the Oval Office, on company time!) than Trump's locker room spoken words. Can I still listen to Exile on Main Street, knowing that Keith and Mick write half their songs on the theme of grabbing something that's not theirs?

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    1. Well, hello Ray, whoever you are.
      Let me just say a few things regarding your comment and let's start with what you already said- the Rolling Stones are not running for public office. They are a rock and roll band. They are the band for whom the phrase "Sex, drugs, and rock and roll" was probably invented. They have never pretended to be other than exactly who they are. Meanwhile, of course, two of their members have been married to the same women for over thirty years.
      I'm not a prude and I'm not ignorant and I know that men do indeed talk about women in sexually objectifying ways but that's not what we're talking about here. What Trump was recorded saying was that because of who he is, he can get away with SEXUAL ASSAULT! And bragging about it. And laughing about it.
      Can you not see that? Unwanted sexual advances are sexual assault when taken to the level of actually grabbing a pussy. Okay?
      And how in hell does Hillary Clinton's husband's infidelities have anything to do with how she will govern or perform her duties in the White House? That is a ridiculous argument and if you have a shred of intelligence, you recognize that.
      If you truly think that Trump is a buffoon, why are you even defending him? Is it because you can't see the difference between a man who is the candidate for the "Family Values" party bragging about being able to sexually assault women without consequence and a few teenagers (or men who still think like teenagers) talking some shit when they're together? Can you not understand the vile hypocrisy of the man? The apparent complete and utter lack of any sort of moral compass?
      Oh my god. I'm getting angry here.
      Look- when the Rolling Stones go onstage, they are prepared. They have a job to do and they take that responsibility seriously. They KNOW HOW TO PLAY THEIR INSTRUMENTS. They have a set list. They have a huge team of people they work with (and pay according to contractual agreements!) to pull the concert off. They've rehearsed! They have...experience. They are intelligent, they don't make excuses for lousy performances. They don't blame other people when something goes wrong. They're not racists. They actually did come from nothing and made huge fortunes. As far as I know they've never been accused of grabbing anyone that wasn't willing to be grabbed.
      So basically, I guess what I'm saying is- yeah, the Rolling Stones, in my book, would be far preferable as candidates for presidency than Trump. Well, maybe not Ronnie but he's pretty busy raising his new twins.
      Absurd? Of course. They're ARTISTS, not politicians.
      Oh wait. Trump's a "businessman" not a politician.
      Which is one of his biggest bragging points.
      Go talk some trash about women. I feel like that might be something you enjoy. I just have a feeling. I could be wrong.
      But don't stand on a stage and talk about how much you respect women after you do.
      Just...don't.



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    2. Ray,
      I've been married to a super stud for many years. You know, a man who loves his wife, works hard, takes care of his family, and who would never stoop to the vile kind of talk you think is so common. You need a new peer group!

      Actually, my husband called me the other day to tell me he was driving behind some idiot who had "your hole is my goal" on his truck. Yep-Texas, yep, I bet I know who he's voting for.

      You know, no man or woman running for public office should behave in this manner. Selling out concerts is a totally different standard, and one that is juvenile to bring up in this context.

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    3. Amen to all that has been said in response to RAY. I don't feel the need to add my twopenneth on his opinions as it as been more than adequately covered. It seems that our friend Mary Moon does not know this person but it would appear that RAY has been lurking about like some voyeur takeing notes including the fact that she has a fondness for Keith and co. Well call me an old fashioned Brit but I say that is pretty fucked up. Creepy and Weird. I was on the road for many years with a rock and roll band. The guys didn't talk like that. We spent lots of time with other bands from many countries on the road and neither did they. You are rather rude aren't you> Also very immature and generally nasty and unsavory. To conclude the comparison to dogs is offensive. Ny elderly dog is an English Gentleman who certainly not stoop to the levels you clearly operate at. Regards Maggi

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    4. Bravo to Mary. I was just reading a comment from a male friend on Facebook who said that he's said some rude things in his life, especially maybe back when he was in a frat in college -- but that he has NEVER said anything as vile as Trump's recording. I feel sure my father and grandfather never talked that way. I'm sure my brother doesn't talk that way. This idea that "that's how guys talk" is a load of crap.

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  10. Ray, my husband never talks tbat way. Don't think most decent men past adolescence talk that way. Seems to me Keith has been married to the same woman a whole lot longer than Donald can manage. What the hell does Bill have to do with any of this anyway? So yeah, guys that age newly married who talk that way are all dogs.
    Respectfully,
    Barbara

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    1. And Charlie Watts has been married for over fifty years. And Bill doesn't have ANYTHING to do with this. And I agree with your assessment as to dogs.

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  11. Up until this point I have had a very infinitesimal part of me that understands why the religious right loves Trump. Uneducated. Racist. Their religion is the only one. Gun Control, or lack of it. But sexually violating a woman is just beyond even what they can see as a good thing. Sure, there will be some men out there that likes his sick comments but how can any woman think this is okay? I wonder what someone like Mrs Duggard thinks? The same women that go against gender-neutral bathrooms. If she has problems with women being violated in a bathroom how do they defend Trump now?

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  12. Actually, my post was about reacting to verbal comments that get revealed following what was presumed to be a private conversation, much like say, the comments here. Look at some of the early language, above. When one of the commenters here uses the phrase, "mother fucking asshole," because we are all have above average intelligence, good educations and solid values, we know that person wouldn't say that in church or in a PTA meeting or hopefully, in front of my kids at soccer practice no matter how lame the coach was performing. But here it is ok, right? I mean, the context here is presumed to be private and none of this is going to be sent to anyone's grandma or pastor after the fact. We are acting very tough and using bad street language in an emotional way to make a point about how angry we are. No one is advocating to actually fuck mothers or anything like that right? Look, there is no way on this earth that the guy is going to get elected...this is going to be a landslide for Mrs. Clinton and I think we have to gear ourselves up for this aftermath. I remember standing in the rain for hours to vote for McGovern, absolutely convinced that Nixon was evil incarnate and that anyone under 30 would have to leave the country if he got elected. Well, he did, and we got through it. Like we always do...Americans are great at getting though stuff, finding a new balance point, and getting on with the business of raising our kids, doing our jobs, etc. So my worry is over this feeling that we are expressing through our harsh language, close to hatred, where we are willing to cut off friends and even family members if they somehow are ignorant enough to vote for Trump. I had every opportunity to go that route on the Nixon vote, and I am really grateful I somehow didn't, after all these years with long-term friends and parents and grand-parents that my kids got to enjoy. Especially in this case, where he really has no chance...real friends and family will long outlast this election, right? Maybe not facebook friends, though! ;-)

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    1. Actually, no. I have no friends who voted for Nixon and I simply cannot be friends with anyone who votes for Trump. What in the world would I have in common with them?
      Why are you even bothering to defend anything about this man? What is it about my post, my words, that provokes your defense?
      Harsh language? I haven't even started with the cursing. It's not hatred, Ray. It's truth. And I AM a grandma, as you surely know. And I do not want my grandchildren to grow up in a world where someone like Donald Trump has any influence whatsoever.

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    2. I would never defend anything about the man, having thought him a buffoon years and years ago, beyond his rights under the Constitution, which we all enjoy. I still can't believe he is even in this, but he will merely be an ugly footnote in history when this is over, believe me. He has zero chance. I just don't want the hatred being expressed here to live way beyond the election, see? Because it can when expressed with such conviction. I suspect my sister might vote for him. But I'm not going to ask...she has other redeeming qualities and I have loved her for 64 years now! Heck, you would probably enjoy her immensely, too, but I guess not now, which just makes me a bit sad to consider. Life is hard enough, as you point out so eloquently on a daily basis.

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    3. I can hate what Trump promises to bring to the table if he becomes president of the country with absolutely no hesitation.

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  13. Ray, if I understand you correctly, you're saying you dislike the polarized language that our politics creates. And I'm with you on that.

    But you DID basically defend Trump above by saying "many guys talk like this in private," which I don't believe is true -- at least not for most men. The fact that his conversation was presumed to be private carries no water. To say now that you "would never defend anything about the man" seems to me like backpedalling. Maybe you've just been rethinking things, which is good.

    Personally, I hope you're right about Clinton winning in a landslide. How anyone could cast a ballot for Trump at this point is beyond me. (Admittedly, it's been beyond me for months and months.)

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  14. I feel you are a very good person no matter who you vote for. I can tell by the love you show your family. I enjoy reading about your adventures in love and life. I'm sorry you think less of me, even though you don't know me, because of who I vote for. I would never disown anyone because of who they voted for. Unless you find a way to block me I will continue to read, hope you don't mind.

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    1. I am baffled as to why anyone would want to read me who is a Trump supporter but I have no problem at all with you being here, Anonymous. I wouldn't even mind if you could explain why exactly it is that you plan to vote for him.

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