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TRUMP UNAPOLOGETIC . . . He said "What I said was appropriate". And "I cherish women." And the truth of the matter is, while he had singled out some women for his personal criticisms, he has not said anything bad about women overall. His choice of the word "wherever" when heard by an innocent and pure mind, would mean any part of the head where blood would be coming out from if the eyes were bleeding, as in Ebola, including the nose, the mouth, and the ears. In the context of "eyes", ears, nose and mouth would make the most sense. But in the context of those who were thinking of sex, while watching the show, it immediately registered what was foremost in their mind at that time. Thus, "wherever" is a good verbal Rorschach test for those watching the debate. The real "Aha!" is that they were thinking of something quite sexual while they were listening to the ideas being tossed back and forth. |
For decades, there had been not a single soul in politics who could have matched Clinton's admission of having smoked pot, saying he had smoked but not inhaled. In that, the public knows "Yeah, that's what you did, huh? Baloney!"
Now, Trump trumps Bill by saying the anchor had blood coming from "wherever", and when his critics denounce him for what THEY THOUGHT HE MEANT, he could sit back and say, "Gosh, how can you be so indecent in thinking that?"
So much for Trumpism, he has not said anything about China, for now. We need not hold our breath, knowing he will soon be on the attack, at gale-force in short order. China is in no mood to defend itself against a candidate who wants more attention, more controversy, to improve his rating toward his hoped for election. On the other hand, contrary to China's current policy of preserving the peace to preserve its progress, given the model of economic growth it has been sold by the Economic Hit Men, of using consumption in lieu of production, to generate its GDP, China may need a Trump to spark a war that alone can make sense of its commitment to consumption as the driver of its economy. For any country to consume more than it produces, it has to be a superpower, and the road to superpowerdom is paved with the cobblestones of war.