Dems diss Trump’s endorsement of Romney

This little video from the Democratic National Committee combines a few unflattering facts about Mitt Romney with some unflattering comments about him from Donald Trump. What I don’t understand is how the Trump endorsement helps Romney in the long run. Some pundits say it could give the Mittster a boost among the Tea Party folks. But in a broader sense, it only reinforces his image as an economic elitist. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EK3DouK8qJM[/youtube]     

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Mitt Romney to get endorsement today from Donald Trump, but why would he want it?

It says HERE that notorious goofball Donald Trump will endorse Mitt Romney today for the Republican presidential nomination. But one has to wonder if the Mittster wouldn’t be better off telling The Donald that he would prefer not to receive his nod. As I noted HERE a couple of months ago, a Fox News poll has shown that an endorsement by Trump was five times more likely to be viewed negatively than positively among Republican voters....

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I don’t think this will happen, but I sure hope it does

Donald Trump, the notorious Birther buffoon and reality TV star, is again desperately trying to attract attention amid all the media buzz over this year’s presidential race. We haven’t heard much from The Donald in a political context since his offer to host a Republican presidential debate last month was humiliatingly declined by most of the candidates. But he apparently still thinks, for some unfathomable reason, that he has something worthy to contribute to the national political conversation. Accordingly, Trump is once again...

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Sniveling racist Trump peddles lie about Obama

The inside of Donald Trump’s head apparently is as ugly as that thing on top of it. Consider, for example, the Tweet (above) that Trump issued this morning. And then read the truth of the matter...

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Five of seven GOP candidates shun Birther buffoon Donald Trump’s so-called debate

When it was first announced a week ago today that the inimitable Donald Trump would serve as moderator at an upcoming Republican presidential debate, I was downright GLEEFUL. I was sure that this spectacle would raise the already laughable GOP contest to new heights of hilarity. The very thought of the pompous Donald grilling this hapless field of White House hopefuls was funny in itself. But, alas, there are now reasons to wonder if the doings in Des Moines two days after Christmas will happen at all. Only two of the seven candidates —...

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