Jul
01
2015

Why, this Trump-De Blasio War of 2015 will be EPIC.

(Via Instapundit) Absolutely EPIC: “New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced in a statement today that the city is reviewing all of Trump’s contracts with the city due to his “disgusting and offensive” remarks.” Newsday has more, which includes at least one politician trying to be rude about Donald Trump without actually saying that will lead to Trump either divesting from NYC – or, worse, including the politician in the coming lawsuit that will drift into De Blasio’s life like that iceberg drifted into the Titanic’s. Note that I do not make value judgments about said lawsuit: I merely predict that one will occur.

Seriously, I’m not involved in this one: if I had to choose between Trump and De Blasio when deciding who was a bigger jackass I’d go out for ice cream instead.  They just have too many differences in style when it comes to their jackassery.  Or, as my wife put it: they are representative of ‘the sh*t-colored rainbow of a*sholic diversity.’ Which stopped me dead in my tracks – and then had me frantically looking for a pencil.

7 Comments

  • acat says:

    *bows, student to master*
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    Truly, Mr. Lane, you have married excellence.
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    Trump’s a Republican of sorts, and has potential to be both useful and amusing in a couple cabinet positions; DePlasio appears only useful – to bend the old saying – for turning food into sh*t-rainbows.
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    Think I’ll quietly go root for injuries.
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    Mew

  • Luke says:

    We <3 your wife.
    (In an appropriately platonic fashion.)

  • HeartbreakRidge says:

    Your wife is a true poet.

  • Jim in Virginia says:

    Trump would make an awful President. He shares Obama’s disdain for any institution or opinion but his own; he shares the Clinton’s core philosophy of avarice. But in a world where a rural Indiana pizzeria gets shut down because they refuse to cater an imaginary gay wedding, he is a great weapon against the Left. It’s a weapon no one else controls but there’s an opportunity for the rest of the GOP field. Imagine a Cruz or Christie or Walker speech: “I don’t agree with everything Trump says or how he says it, but he has the right to his opinions . If his customers don’t like his opinions they can go elsewhere . His free speech rights do not negate any legal contracts he has and I am glad he has the will and the resources to defend his rights under those contracts.”
    Obviously I aint a speechwriter .

  • Mikey NTH says:

    Attacking Donald Trump in this fashion is akin to throwing Brer Rabbit into the briar patch.

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