A vid this morning courtesy of Senator Ben Sasse. Taking a cue from the folks at Jimmy Kimmel, he reads the mean Tweets that he got after critiquing Donald Trump.
See it here:
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse Reads Mean Tweets From Trump Supporters
Posted by Independent Journal – Review on Thursday, February 18, 2016
But Senator Sasse will have to take a back seat to the LATEST Twitter spat with The Donald. We are looking forward to his reading time!:
Or maybe next time in a Caribou Coffee hut…
Chelsea Clinton went to the Rockbrook shopping center in Omaha yesterday to campaign for her mother… at a women’s clothing store?
She was pictured jammed into a corner, literally standing in front of racks of clothes, arguing that her mom could deliver health care better than Bernie Sanders.
See after getting hammered that there were empty seats at her recent venues, the Clinton campaign clearly decided that she needed a location that would look full no matter how many people weren’t there.
For her next campaign stop, she could go up the street a few miles to Mary Our Queen Church and see if she can borrow their confessionals.
She could pack in one voter at a time!
Top notch and classy
Anyone watch the GOP “townhall” interviews last night?
You had Carson and Cruz and Rubio on CNN versus The Donald over on MSNBC.
And the contrasts were stark.
With a question on the cost of higher education, Rubio responded with his four-point plan, numerous suggestions and details about how it cold go through the Senate.
Asked about military issues, Cruz responded that he wanted a standing army of 525,000 and 6,000 planes.
Trump was asked for details on the military and noted that he wanted a military so strong, nobody would mess with it. Hmm.
Trump is rightly criticized for non-specific answers.
But…were Rubio or Cruz’s much help to the average voter watching?
Show of hands if you know how many planes we currently have?
Was Cruz for cutting or adding?
Will Rubio’s “Student Investment Plan” really fix things? Is the Democrat alternative — whatever that is — better?
Does anyone know?
Trump’s answer on education costs: “We have to help the students.”
Now the rest of his response on that was fairly convoluted. But it was arguably easier to understand than Rubio’s.
I’m certainly not saying Trump’s answers are better or his plans are better or he’d be a better President. But if you’re turning on to see if he wants to Make America Great Again, his responses are short and to the point and generally easier to remember.
Especially if you put them on a hat.
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