Thursday, April 6, 2017

Donald Trump and the Fragilest Ego in All the Land

I make a lot of fun on this blog about the very fragile thing that is the male ego, but it is in fact a huge driving force behind the motivations of men. And the more privileged a man is, the more fragile his ego. It therefore makes a lot of sense that one of the most privileged men who clearly has an extra fragile ego was driven to become president. Actually, this explains a lot about many of our previous highly incompetent presidents and other incompetent politicians.

Lord Dampnut has proven time and time again that he cannot let anything go. The littlest slight gets his butthole all tightened up and he has to lash out just to keep his precious and razor-thin, rose-delicate ego from shattering. Check out what a Daily Kos user found on his response to the breaking of the "grab her by the pussy" story and the very reason he ran for president in the first place:

Close Trump comrade Roger Stone told PBS in September 2016 that his entire motivation to run for office was to exact revenge for Obama roasting him at the 2011 White House Correspondents’ Dinner: 
“I think that he is kind of motivated by it: ‘Maybe I’ll just run. Maybe I’ll show them all,’” Stone adds.
But after the second presidential debate in October, when several CNN panelists criticized Trump for dismissing his comments about grabbing women by the genitals as “locker-room talk,” Zucker received an email from Trump, via his campaign spokeswoman, Hope Hicks: “Jeff — Too bad you (CNN) couldn’t be honest with how well I did in the debate. The dumbest thing I ever did was get you the job at CNN — you are the most disloyal person. Just remember, I always seem to find a way to get even. Best wishes, Donald J. Trump.”

Can we get a compilation going of all the petty and whiny notes that Dampnut has sent to people who slighted him by doing things like playing tapes of words he himself and other people said? My inbox is open, please send me all of these hilarious and humiliating emails of Dampnut crying about people being mean to him and bruising his ego. If we all work together, we can shatter it and reduce him to a crying puddle on the Oval Office floor.

The irony of the fact that so many people have called me and others on the left "thin-skinned" never ceases to amuse me.

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