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Sunday, July 10, 2016

Trump to go positive

Mike Cernovich, who has broken many stories at "Danger and Play," noticed a change in the cover and in the title for Donald Trump's running-for-president book.

Old title and cover:


New and improved title and cover:

Yep, that second cover is a winner. He is smiling and positive and he is backed by Old Glory.

Cernovich wrote:  "Expect Trump to talk more about his vision for America."

He gets a prime time hour to himself in Cleveland. That would be the place for it.

He should deliver it from Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, and not the larger Cleveland Browns Stadium because, well, it has that Cleveland Browns stench.

Of course Quicken Loans Arena is home of the world champion Cleveland Cavs.

At any rate, the rookie candidate needs to go positive on Hillary. Positive is water and we know what water does to people like Hillary.


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  1. Sure, he picks a hit man (or hit babe) to go low while he shows what he wants to do.


    And Hillary is still saying, "I did nothing wrong".

  2. " Positive is water and we know what water does to people like Hillary."
    Don nails it again!

  3. Oh the irony of Trump, the Left's nemesis, delivering a speech about making America great again from PROGRESSIVE Stadium.

    Ya gotta love it!

  4. People like Hillary.

    "For, stirred up with the same movement, mud exhales a horrible stench, and ointment emits a fragrant odor." St. Augustine

  5. Cernovich:

    Expect Trump to talk more about his vision for America.

    You saw a hint of his visionary side in his recent speech.

    Mike Cernovich left out the part where he tells how he knows that Trump "will talk more about his vision for America." So we have a typical opinion transference to Trump from a loyal fan.

    The hint of Trump's visionary side is cited to be inside the speech where he conveys his lack of understanding of the economic elements that drive trade.

    But apparently, vision, no matter how faulty is all that is required.

    Oh well, in the words of Sergeant-of-the-Guard Hans Schultz: "I see nothing, I know nothing, I am not here - I did not even get up this morning!"

    1. Here we have an example of transference from an asshole to people who have no interest whatsoever in his idiotic opinion.