Still distracted by the picture above? My point exactly. Don’t worry, so am I, but that doesn’t change the issue at hand. There was a lot of blood in the water over the weekend, and like a shark feeding frenzy, everyone circled around it, hoping more blood would be spilled.
Meanwhile, while everyone was talking blood, sexism, Megyn Kelly, and hurled insults, there was a Trump soundbite no one seemed to be talking about. At the GOP debate last week, Donald Trump kinda sorta defended socialized medicine in Canada. Because that’s such a resounding success.
Watch the clip:
Last I checked, socialized medicine was frowned upon by the Republican party, and the last presidential candidate who supported it got an @ss-whooping in 2012, delivering another four spectacular years of Obama. You da man, Romney!
Should Donald Trump attack reporters for asking questions he doesn’t like? Mmm, probably not. Should Megyn Kelly have asked that first sexism question at the debate following the fake, democrat-created War on Women meme? Mmm, probably not. Was it a good thing that Megyn Kelly kind of hid behind a sexism shield when she also answers, with no qualms, plenty of sexist questions from Howard Stern? Not to mention, lest we forget, the picture above this column. Mmm…you get the idea.
But all of this is a giant red herring. Donald Trump, whether you love him for his policies, his insults, his business record, if you love his golf courses, or if you just love everything about him, the man still said socialized medicine was a good idea.
But let’s all focus on the blood comment. That’s totally, like, super important.
Dummies. All around.