Donald Trump for President NOT

Trump2011“It’s great to be at Trump Tower. It’s great to be in a wonderful city, New York. And it’s an honor to have everybody here. This is beyond anybody’s expectations.” — Donald Trump, June 15, 2015

What was beyond most of our expectations was that Donald Trump would run for president of the United States.

But why not? The odds stacked against him won’t stop him. He even tried and failed to get “You’re Fired!” trademarked.  (Let that sink in–trademarking “you’re fired”–and see more odd trademark attempts here).

Well, the reality show where he used that catch phrase is on hiatus (translation: the network doesn’t want to actually say it cancelled the show in case something extraordinary happens that could bring it back–like, say, its star running for president?)

I heard an opinion on NPR (sorry; I didn’t catch the name) who said this is a win-win situation for Trump.  If he wins the presidency, he wins. If he doesn’t win, he get the publicity he craves so he still wins.

Unless American politics has gone completely hair wire, Donald Trump has about as much chance of getting the Republican nomination for President of the United States as I do.  Hmm….

Hear Donald Trump announce his candidacy for President of the United States here.

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I Watched No Political Ads

I did it. I managed not to watch or listen to a single political ad this campaign season. I voted based on who I felt was the best candidate based on their experience and record, and not on their TV time. I know that’s a radical, un-American way to do it, but I did it. And I feel glad I did.

Thanks to those who joined me. If everyone ignored those hostiles ads, they would not produce results and consequently would go away.

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I Will Watch No Political Ads

I, Alden Loveshade, vow to neither watch or listen to any political ads this campaign season. I might catch bits and pieces without meaning to, but will avoid them.

I am tired of seeing ads that show that everyone who wants to represent me is both the perfect American and should be locked up in prison. If you’re tired of it to, join me.

Any opinion of a member of associate of The Loveshade Family does not necessarily reflect the views of the entire family.