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Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump greets his daughter Ivanka as he arrives to speak during the final session at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Leonard Pitts Jr.
The Miami Herald
Posted with permission from Tribune Content Agency

Look, I’m a guy, all right?

So I’ve spent a lot of time doing guy things in guy places: barbershops, locker rooms, even men’s prisons. Back during my music critic days, I hung out backstage with a veritable army of rock lords and soul men.

But I have never, not ever, not once, heard a man speak the way Donald Trump and Billy Bush do in that 2005 outtake from “Access Hollywood” that was unearthed Friday by The Washington Post. You’ve seen it, I’ve seen it, alien creatures in Alpha Centauri have seen it, the astounding clip that required the august New York Times to use the f-bomb and occasioned a lively live debate on CNN over repetition of a certain feline synonym for the female genitalia.

In the clip, Trump speaks with casual crudity about his propensity for sexual assault, about how he kisses women without permission as though their bodies were his entitlement, how he grabs them by the pudenda like, one assumes, grabbing one’s dog by the leash, one’s bag by the handle, or otherwise taking control of one’s property.

“And when you’re a star,” he says, “they let you do it. You can do anything.” All while Bush is giggling dementedly along, playing Milhouse to Trump’s Bart Simpson — except that Bart has a better moral compass and Milhouse a sturdier backbone.

A day later, CNN reported on a 2004 radio interview in which Howard Stern wonders if it’s OK to call Trump’s daughter Ivanka “a piece of ass,” and Trump says, wistfully, “yeah.” It’s hard for me to conceive of any father who wouldn’t want to smash the face of the man who described his daughter thus, but Trump goes with it.

His defense to all of this, echoed by his coterie of sycophants, is that boys will be boys. It’s just “locker room” talk, they say.

It ought not be news to anyone by now that the Republican nominee for president is a sentient tower of excrement in a red power tie. But forgive me if, as a guy, I take particular offense at his attempt to conscript me and mine as conspirators in his loathsomeness, to make us guys human shields for his repugnant juvenility.

Don’t get me wrong. I claim no sainthood for my gender. We are not strangers to raunch. And I’m sure your average server at Hooters could tell tales of male misbehavior that could curdle your milk.

But nonchalantly boasting about sexual assault? Casually concurring with some professional letch who demeans your very own daughter to your very own face?

Don’t put that on us. There is nothing inherently male about that. No, that behavior reflects the stunted emotional maturity of a then-59 year-old frat boy, a pampered rich kid who never grew up.

And how telling is it that a raft of Republicans, headlined by Sen. John McCain and House Speaker Paul Ryan, have withdrawn support for their nominee since the video was released? They were able to stand with him through his bigotry, his Islamophobia, his bullying, his misogyny, his mockery of a disabled man, his endorsement of violence, his manifest ignorance and his general noxiousness, but boasting of sexual assault was the deal breaker? Why?

Of course, those GOP leaders are all profiles in courage by comparison with the one in three American voters who still, astonishingly, consider this piece of scum worthy of the Oval Office.

Fine. That’s their right, and democracy requires no IQ test. But let them not rationalize Trump’s god-awfulness by retreating into the fiction that this is just How Men Are.

Donald Trump is no man. He’s just a really poor excuse for one.

Leonard Pitts Jr., winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for commentary, is a columnist for the Miami Herald. Readers may write to him via email at lpitts@miamiherald.com.

Photo: Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump greets his daughter Ivanka as he arrives to speak during the final session  at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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Leonard Pitts Jr.

Leonard Pitts Jr. is a nationally syndicated commentator, journalist, and novelist. Pitts' column for the Miami Herald deals with the intersection between race, politics, and culture, and has won him multiple awards including a Pulitzer Prize in 2004.

The highly regarded novel, Freeman (2009), is his most recent book.

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  1. Independent1 October 16, 2016

    I couldn’t agree more!

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    2. AgLander October 16, 2016

      You have no mental capacity to agree with anything that requires that you perform a cognitive function…..your strength is following…..you are a great little lemming.

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      1. Independent1 October 16, 2016

        Given that 2 out of 3 Americans think Trump is what this article depicts – it would appear that IT’S YOU who is the blind SHEEPLE!!

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        1. AgLander October 16, 2016

          Whatever……the humor is on you since the majority of the jumbled information stored on the hard drive in your brain is programmed at table #4 at Starbucks courtesy of other like thinking misfits ……what a sad, cloistered life you lead!

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          1. FireBaron October 16, 2016

            Rush, why don’t you go to your own site and blather there.

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          2. Bonissima 91910 October 16, 2016

            “Face in the Kool-Aid” member of the Trump brigade. thanks to our Democracy you speak.

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          3. CripesAmighty October 17, 2016

            In Russia, humor is on YOU!

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      2. Bonissima 91910 October 16, 2016

        “Face in the Kool-Aid” member of the Trump brigade. Because we have a Democracy you can speak… Not to logical unfortunately, but yes you can spout.

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      3. Thoughtopsy October 16, 2016

        Based on observations to date: You appear to be ill-equipped for actually addressing the points of arguments in articles, and only mildly skillful at personal attacks and insults.

        However, it does appear that you have a truly large amount of malevolent bile inside you that you feel the need to spray on everyone else.

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  2. Dominick Vila October 16, 2016

    The most disturbing part of this issue is the duplicity of the immoral minority that once upon a time pretended to be outraged by Governor/President Clinton’s infidelities, going as far as impeaching one of our most successful Presidents for denying his extra marital affairs, and now dismiss their Savior’s predatory and immoral behavior because what matters to them now is that he will Make America Great Again.
    America has been great since we became a country. Not because we have not had trashy people like Donald before, but because of the hard work, generosity, and morality of most Americans. Because most of us tend to respect the opinions of others, and accept the outcome of elections without denouncing our institutions of government and the fairness of our political system. It is a great country because even though we not always do the right thing, our intentions are always good.

    The USA is also a great country because people like Donald Trump, and those who see nothing wrong with his statements and behavior, do not represent who we are as a nation. They are just a deplorable, cynical, minority.

    Contrary to what the Donald’s supporters think, greatness is not determined by narcissism, arrogance, simplistic solutions, vulgar expressions, or the size and strength of our military, which is already second to none. Our strength are our convictions, our values, and our determination to overcome obstacles in the pursuit of a better life for ourselves and our children.

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    1. Mama Bear October 16, 2016

      Amen.

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    2. FireBaron October 16, 2016

      Dom, as you and I have both pointed out before, the GOP works by different rules when referring to its own membership. Should any Democrat even approach their levels of infidelities, or sexual predation, they would be demanding a full blown investigation. When it is one of their own, they have the offender appearing flanked by Franklin Graham and offer contrition, and expect everyone to accept it.

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    3. Aaron_of_Portsmouth October 16, 2016

      The sanctimonious attitude of the Right Wing and it’s so-called “Moral Majority” and their abject hypocrisy has been clearly established. That, plus the degree and magnitude of Trump’s lechery should stain the annals of American Conservatism for generations.

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      1. Dominick Vila October 17, 2016

        Trump has done more to destroy the GOP, and conservatism in general, than anything Democrats could have ever done. That is not surprising, considering that he is neither a conservative nor a liberal. He is an egotistical parasite interested only in what is best for him. Sadly, millions of fellow Americans have not figured that one out yet.

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    4. Independent1 October 17, 2016

      Dominick, an article today from Newsmax, shows a new twist in the hate mongering that Trump has been spewing – where violence was committed against a GOP county headquarters in the red state of North Carolina; where the perpetrators of the violence threatened the county’s ‘Nazi Republicans’; rather than violence committed by Trump supporters.

      See this from Newsmax:

      North Carolina GOP County HQ Firebombed

      Republican headquarters in North Carolina’s Orange County has been firebombed, The Charlotte Observer reports.

      Police said on Sunday that a bottle of flammable liquid was thrown
      through the front window of the office and that the words “Nazi
      Republicans get out of town or else” were spray painted on a nearby
      building.

      http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/North-Carolina-GOP-headquarters-firebombed/2016/10/16/id/753685/#ixzz4NJE66e4S

      I wonder if Trump may wake up and realize that his hate rhetoric and talk of a rigged election my result in violence he hadn’t planned on – added violence against GOP supporters, politicians and even those helping his campaign.

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      1. Dominick Vila October 17, 2016

        Considering Hillary’s lead, I seriously doubt Democrats are responsible for what happened in North Carolina. The GOP is in total disarray, and engaged in an internal fight fueled, largely, by Trump’s rhetoric and the constant attacks he directs at what he calls the GOP “establishment” (old conservatives).
        Needless to say, there are consequences to his incendiary rhetoric, and the attacks he directs at ethnic and cultural minorities, regardless of political party affiliation.

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        1. Independent1 October 17, 2016

          I agree. I don’t think the attacks were politically motivated per se, but rather committed by some North Carolina folks who are simply fearful of the direction Trump is trying to take the country. People who can see that his current hate rhetoric is especially reminiscent of how Hitler drove Germany into Nazism.

          If you’ve every watched Rachel Maddow’s account of how the Republicans in North Carolina under the current GOP regime have worked to suppress voting, it’s a clear depiction of what Germany must have looked like in the early/mid 1930s when Hitler was starting his take over.

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      2. Jan123456 October 17, 2016

        Interestingly enough, the Dems started a GoFundMe account to rebuild this office. Raised $13K in less than a day.

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  3. Aaron_of_Portsmouth October 16, 2016

    Donald’s over-developed ego led him to the outrageous notion that he should add sitting in the oval office as something to add to his other trophies. To say that Trump is no man is right on the mark, and whether he’s still human is not for me to know with certainty—only the Creator can look within Trump’s very soul and make that assessment.
    But from where we sit, judging by his body-language, observing the imperious and haughty manner in which he carries himself, listening to his whiny voice whenever he pouts and goes on an hysteria binge and pitifully tries to shift blame onto someone else whenever he’s been exposed, one can’t help but reach the conclusion that he is barely human.
    And yes, men in general do behave as though wherever they go the locale is a locker room. (Rudy creates a virtual locker-room around himself no matter where he shows up, with Christie and other detritus tagging along).

    Instead of a “Hail To The Chief”, we may have had to say “Hail To The Groper”, and his title might have been “Groper-in-Chief” when addressing the members of the military.

    This article is the definitive description of Trump, and those men who never knew better, including Rudy, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and the rest of the men(?) of the GOP, FOX, the alt-right, Nazi, and Breitbart, should print and post it on the refrigerator with a heading:

    “THIS IS THE SORT OF MAN NOT TO BE, EVER! “

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    1. plc97477 October 16, 2016

      He might not be a very good human but he is a dandy example of what not to be.

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  4. charleo1 October 16, 2016

    Trump has in my opinion already done a tremendous amount of harm. Not only to the GOP. It was just a matter of time there. But also by the tremendous extent his campaign has widened our differences, and made them even greater, and harder to reconcile than even before. The most harmful thing Trump has done to me personally, is erase all doubt in my mind as to the kind of human beings these 1 in 3 people are. Some of them unfortunately in my own extended family. Who continue in spite of all we’ve learned, and heard to support Trump. I don’t believe I will ever be quite as willing to give any of them the benefit of the doubt ever again. Or be able to feign any deference to their pretentious religious views. Always the question, gnawing. What God is it you worship so devoutly anyway? That would think of supporting the propositions of such cruelty, and meanness of spirit? Or abide by such disrespect for so many of His children, as this charlatan Trump has came to symbolize? In many instances after more than 20 years, I find myself asking, who are you really? And what must you think of me? With the holidays upon us, and the usual family gatherings. Not good I suspect…I remember reading how one brother would leave to fight for the South, the other for the North. And wondered how their parents dealt. And if both were fortunate enough to return home. If their families were ever the same. If the brothers were ever as close after the war? I think I’m beginning to understand at least to some extent, thanks to Donald Trump, how that might have been.

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    1. Oddworld October 16, 2016

      it is heartbreaking when members of the same family can be so diametrically divided on pretty much every issue that it creates a chasm in the relationship
      that is too deep to overcome. I’m going through pretty much the same thing you are except that I’m the one always biting my tongue for the sake of harmony.
      Since most family gatherings are held at my house I tend to control the dialogue in order to prevent discourse. Fortunately for me no one in my family drinks so it is a lot easier to keep things from spiraling out of control. I do have some Trump supporters in my immediate family but fortunately they’re not fanatical about their support. When he loses they’ll carry on with their lives like they always do.

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      1. Thoughtopsy October 16, 2016

        Sorry to hear that. It’s a tough thing to realise about people. Especially family.

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        1. Oddworld October 16, 2016

          Thank you. Don’t get me wrong, these family members are good people, they’ll give the shirt off their backs to anyone in need. I think that sets them apart from the typical Trumpite. Truth be told they’re not really right-wing either, they’re just sick and tired of the entire political system.

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      2. charleo1 October 17, 2016

        Well said! And as to the drinking, we’re not big drinkers either. Come to think about it though. I’d say it’s a good thing that a lot of these folks that like to get drunk, and play with their guns, tend to mostly agree on their politics!

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        1. Oddworld October 17, 2016

          I get it:>)

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    2. Thoughtopsy October 16, 2016

      The heart of religion is faith. Which is effectively a measure of your ability to embrace cognitive dissonance and willful ignorance.

      Faith that you’ll get a job or win a competition is good faith. But it also does require much suspension of disbelief if you’ve trained, or prepared.

      Faith that there’s a invisible friend watching your every move, who will send you to heaven or hell based on various interpretations of your actions, and has a lot of rules for you to follow… that often contradict one another so you have to “interpret” them for yourself… requires massive amounts of cognitive dissonance and willful ignorance.

      People who demonstrate this level of reality avoidance, can very easily square the circle of knowing they are moral and good, and a “Loving Compassionate Jesus” with hatred of LGBT people, and calling anyone with brown skins a rapist or a criminal.

      If you’re already hip to the Lord, holding such minor simultaneous contradictions in mind as righteousness and banning all people of certain religion is a walk in the park.

      Don’t get me wrong. I don’t hate religious people. But I absolutely don’t expect their beliefs or positions on issues, or political candidates, to be rational or make any logical sense. They’ve already advised me that that is not a priority in their lives.

      Also I feel for your position. I have a few friends that are not religious, but a strong Trump supporters (Which I think is worse in some ways), and I’m trying very hard to not have that conversation with them, as I will be forced to conclude possibly friendship-ending things about their mental capacity, discernment, and morals.

      It took me 3mins watching Donald Trump’s first speech (in which he called Mexicans rapists) for exposure to that level of chaotic, bigoted word-salad to be enough for me to firmly decide he should be nowhere near the corridors of power… And that’s before he even had really laid out his policies (such as they are). Why? Because you have to have a base level of competence before your policies even matter… or to put it another way: If you have a job opening for a surgeon and one of the applicants is literally your friend’s Chihuahua… you consider hiring them and start wondering how good their surgical skills are…”… because it’s a Dog.

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      1. Karen October 16, 2016

        Thanks for your comments. My feeling is that religious faith is the easy way out of having to think for oneself. And if you can’t stand not having all the answers, which we never will, then mythical thinking will give them to you. That being said, we cannot discount the power of myth!

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      2. charleo1 October 17, 2016

        Well exactly. As you break it down very nicely there are actually two separate conversations to consider here. And two twisted excuses for supporting a man who is so clearly unprepared to be expected to competently handle the responsibilities of the office. Which is a job I believe many seem to feel in their utter ignorance, as one they themselves could probably handle. With just a few experts around to tell them how the nuclear code stuff works. And whether they can I really take Air Force One anywhere? Jay Leno hinted at this I think when he mused, if he were the President. The first thing he would do is watch the movie Air Force One on Air Force One! Wouldn’t that be cool he said. Grover Norquist showing his disdain for the office said there are few requirements necessary for carrying out the duties of President. The most important being having enough working digits to sign into law those bills presented to him by a Republican controlled Congress. I thought that pretty much summed up one faction’s idea of what the U.S. Presidency is all about.

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  5. Karen October 16, 2016

    On a Sunday morning when many people are worshiping God and Creation, it is difficult to understand why what Dominick, Charleo, Aaron and others have so eloquently stated, .there still remains such a large hurdle for mankind to overcome…..the simple realization that before His eyes we are all equal and share membership in a Universal family that truly advances when the least of us are given equal consideration..

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    1. Mama Bear October 16, 2016

      thank you Karen. Very well thought out and said.

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  6. Mama Bear October 16, 2016

    There is a saying of sorts that we have all heard in old gangster movies…”if I’m going down I’m taking all of you with me” as the gangster begins shooting his “tommy gun” or pulls the pin on his hand grenade or some other method of murdering those who took him down. It occurred to me – what is Trump’s endgame at this point? He has to know he is not going to win this race or at least have a strong inclination of that reality. He is a classic narcissistic personality disorder, likely a borderline personality disorder, possibly sociopath and/or psychopath (or at the very least has those tendencies). He has stated thousands of times that he is a winner and can’t tolerate losers. So….how does he square his losing with his ego-driven self-image? My fear is that his sick plan is to incite his ignorant lamb-like followers to right this wrong no matter how they have to do it. A civil war started by them. That is the only conclusion my logic takes me to. Someone please tell me I am wrong, show me the error in my logic…please.

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    1. Karen October 16, 2016

      When you live in a democracy where people elect their leaders, there will be some who feel elated that their candidate won and some who will feel disenfranchised. There have been elections where I felt disenfranchised or where I thought our elected leaders were on the wrong path. However, never before have I concerned myself to this degree with what the consequences of an election might bring
      Trump by now realizes his chances are slim and to save face he seems willing to incite civil unrest as vindication and his last chance at fame.
      I console myself with the thought that light can and does overcome darkness. And that whatever the consequences might be following this election, our country is strong enough and it’s people intelligent enough to deal with it’s growing pains. We’re still as a country in that awkward teenage phase where we think we know everything but hopefully we will continue to move forward toward maturation.

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      1. Mama Bear October 16, 2016

        thanks. very well expressed and much appreciated 🙂

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        1. Karen October 16, 2016

          We hold each other up through life’s trials and dance together through the good times!

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          1. Mama Bear October 16, 2016

            amen sister.

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    2. wjca October 16, 2016

      He has to know he is not going to win this race or at least have a strong inclination of that reality.

      Actually, I don’t think he does know. I don’t think he is capable of recognizing that reality. And never will be. That’s why, after he loses, he will insist that the whole thing was rigged: he simply cannot believe that he might lose. Mere facts are incapable of penetrating that blindness.

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      1. Mama Bear October 16, 2016

        You could be very right with your assessment. It would make sense given that many mental health professionals have gone on record saying he displays classic Narcissistic Personality Disorder, possibly Borderline Personality Disorder and maybe even psychopathology. I know a person with NPD and there is absolutely no way she has ever been wrong, made a mistake, or miscalculated anything. She believes with every part of her that she is always right, always deserving of the win and everything must be the best because….she deserves it. She gaslights, twists and turns reality and leaves those who have had an encounter with her shaking their heads wondering who left the bag of crazies open!

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  7. AgLander October 16, 2016

    “Not every guy is a piece of scum”…….Bill Clinton laughed to that comment as he ogled an intern standing nearby and with his tongue hanging out said” “Wanna bet?!”

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    1. FireBaron October 16, 2016

      Gee, Rush, you back again!

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    2. Thoughtopsy October 16, 2016

      Avoiding the point of the article. Again.
      It appears you don’t have the intellect or ability to actually address the point of the items you comment on.

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    3. I Am Helpy October 16, 2016

      Oh thank God you told us this before someone voted for Bill Clinton, who isn’t running.

      Sorry to tell you this, but Trump – a racist garbage conman – is going to lose, and lose bigly.

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    4. Independent1 October 17, 2016

      So just like Trump, you’re mind is always in the gutter. Why am I not surprised; you and Trump are like two peas in a pod – two hate mongering, narcissistic, sexual predators.

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    5. Aaron_of_Portsmouth October 17, 2016

      Agatha, you’re still as dumb as a doorknob. Get a job or a life, and while you’re at it, get your your G.E.D.
      Are you so ignorant as to think you can sway intelligent people with a 3 Stooges approach to conversation?
      Your level of tolerance for self-abuse is the stuff of legend.

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      1. AgLander October 17, 2016

        How do you do it! I’m surprised you are even able to type as you manipulate that big piece of beef jerky in your mouth
        with one hand while clenching a can of Old Milwaukee with the other!

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        1. Aaron_of_Portsmouth October 17, 2016

          It’s easy, Agatha. All one has to do is stop acting and thinking like a reptile or a child, as you a a few others are fond of, and to allow your reasoning and rational parts of your brain to develop. You should try stimulating those dormant aspects of your mind—you will like the results.

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        2. Aaron_of_Portsmouth October 18, 2016

          Good morning, Aggie—has your mind been better informed? Are you a better person than you were the day before? Have you been touched by any spark of rejuvenation of your soul?
          Or are you going to be the same desultory crusty old man who doesn’t want to improve his conscience and behavior?

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          1. AgLander October 18, 2016

            You still here? Aren’t you due for one of your allah akbar training sessions held in your beloved Oman? I’m betting you’re a permanent fixture on the Homeland Security watch list as you fit the profile perfectly with your little travel sorties!

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          2. Aaron_of_Portsmouth October 18, 2016

            Agatha, you’re hallucinating again. Stay away from those drugs. What is an allah akbar session? Do you know of any from personal experience, or do you just get a funny feeling in your loins when you make stuff up?

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  8. Jon October 16, 2016

    Trump is who he has always been and always will be. No world that matters to him exists beyond his own desires. It was naive or an attempt to mislead voters when the Republican Party told America that their nominee would change from the Trump who bullied his way through the primaries to the real Trump. The Trump of the primaries has not changed for the better.
    He has become worse and represents a very real danger to American democracy with his inciting his thugs to use violence, telling them to intimidate voters by travelling to areas with high percentages of minority voters to be “poll watchers”, telling his goons that he will not lose unless there is voter fraud, and if Hillary wins it is because the election was rigged.
    Trump’s admission that he is a sexual predator, while vile and repugnant, is just one more character flaw of a man who seems to be beyond redemption. As many others have observed, after all of the other things Trump has said and done, decent people would have fled Trump long before he admitted to being sexual predator. It is a sad reflection of our nation that the values of so many Americans are those of Trump. He has made hatred and the alt.right white supremacists/nationalists mainstream and gave them a larger base from which to recruit.
    Trump is a loser who has contaminated everything he has touched. A chronic liar, failed businessman, fraud, tax dodger, hate and fear monger, and narcissistic demagogue but not what decent people consider a man.

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    1. FireBaron October 16, 2016

      No, Jon. We did get the “Real Trump”! Teflon Donnie had actually been holding back during the primaries. Now we see him in his full jingoistic, misogynistic, xenophobic “glory”.

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      1. Jon October 16, 2016

        I know that many other people have said this and I feel the same way. That is, every time I think Trump has hit bottom and can’t possibly get any worse, he does. He truly is a bottomless cesspool.

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  9. bojimbo26 October 16, 2016

    Donny takes what he wants , after all he`s a `celeb` . /s

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  10. FireBaron October 16, 2016

    This POS even talks about his daughter as if she was just another “piece”! No class.

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