Tuesday, September 27, 2016

SNUFFATRUMPAGUS!

Need I say more?





40 comments:

  1. HAHAHA! I don't know what was funnier...the video or the title of this post! SNUFFATRUMPAGUS...hahaha

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    1. My son and I watched the debate together. Before long, we asked each other, why is he sniffing constantly? He seems to me as if he could be a Muppet.

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  2. This is hilarious and perfect. My hubby and I were wondering what he sniffed before coming on tv.

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    1. He says something was wrong with his microphone because everybody always picks on poor witta Donnie. Something wrong with the microphone does not explain his constant fidgeting, frequent drinks of water, inability to concentrate, and lying over and over and over. Hillary Clinton displayed her intelligence and experience in spite of his silly distractions.

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  3. the expression of Hillary were quite obvious hahah

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    1. I think she expected that he would make more of an effort to appear sane.

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  4. Ha! I couldn't watch the debate but I did listen. Totally missed the sniffing but I heard about it. Poor Trumpy had a wittle cold. Or he was doing coke.

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    1. He claims something was wrong with his microphone. No doubt it's another conspiracy against him.

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  5. Yeah, WTF was that all about? His sniffing will probably go down in Presidential Debate history like Richard Nixon's sweatiness and 5 o'clock shadow.

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    1. Oh, I can think of so many interesting presidential debate moments.

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  6. I saw a poll about how the debate changed people's voting preferences. 47% said it made them not want to vote for either candidate. Sure, that could have been a hoax, but it's pretty much how I came away feeling. What is wrong with this country that we can't select candidates people actually want to vote for?

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    1. A lot of people had already said they don't want to vote for either candidate. Debate analysts said they didn't think the debate would change many people's minds. I WANT to vote for Hillary Clinton and will be happy to do so. She's brilliant and has a great deal of experience. My son will vote for her. Willy Dunne Wooters will vote for her. My daughter heard Hillary Clinton speak at a Women's March on Washington in 2004 (I think that was the year) and said she was dazzling. I know she'll vote for Clinton.

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  7. This was hilarious - and it captured what the orange mofo has to offer in terms of intellect and strategy.
    I'm with her!
    Love ya.

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    1. A new thought came over me after the debate: I no longer think of Hillary Clinton as the woman candidate (although I'm proud to vote for a qualified woman). To me, she's simply The Candidate.

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  8. Well, but at least Trump (like me) is a "confident heterosexual". Unlike Hillary, a semi-secret lesbian.

    Let's all give a big hooray for the "confident heterosexuals"!! We seem to be a dying breed (which is kind of ironic if you really think about it).

    Most underrated comedy ever?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZeS1b4QSVk

    ~ D'plorable D-FensDogG

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    1. If Hillary Clinton is a semi-secret lesbian then I like her even better for working as a double agent. Although I haven't watched your confident heterosexual movie, I think it's safe to say that Willy Dunne Wooters is a confident heterosexual, and I know he'll vote for Hillary Clinton (and not only because he wants to keep all his body parts). My son is a damned confident heterosexual. He'll vote Clinton. Hooray for confident heterosexuals!

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    2. Some heterosexuals may vote for Hillary,
      but NO "CONFIDENT heterosexuals" will.
      There is literally a "life and death" difference,
      as the movie makes clear.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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    3. One of these days I'll get around to watching that movie so I can understand confident heterosexuality.

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    4. I'm a confident heterosexual and I would vote Clinton...oh craps, I can't...I'm a Canadian:)

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    1. So glad to meet with your approbation, sir.

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  10. Funny! I was curious about his sniffing. And he denied that he did it. If he had a cold or suffered allergies, why not admit it? I had wondered if the sniffing was from something else...

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    1. A lot of people wonder if the sniffing was from something else.

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  11. I take it you're not too thrilled with the Republican candidate?

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    1. I find it difficult to imagine that you're thrilled with him, either.

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  12. I watched bits and pieces of the debate but just as some of the others stated...I can hardly stand to look or listen to THE Donald.

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    1. He's so creepy that I wasn't sure if I would watch. Then my son said he wouldn't miss it so I agreed to watch with him. I'm glad I did. Within minutes he contradicted himself. I enjoyed seeing Hillary Clinton keep herself together and not fall on the floor laughing.

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  13. I am so conflicted about both candidates. Do you think if we all promise to be very, very good we could just skip this election and do without a president for the next four years? ;-)

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    1. As someone who grew up with Vietnam and Watergate, I'm afraid I must tell you that it doesn't work that way.

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    2. I so agree Janie but I can not vote for either one !
      My x knew a person in The White House during the Clinton years and it will make you ill. Never again.

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    3. That's sad, but it's not that administration alone. Consider the "Camelot" of John F. Kennedy, who had naked pool parties at the White House and insisted that one of his young mistresses give his friend oral sex while they were in the pool. The second time he demanded it (for his brother Ted), she refused. At one point she was afraid she was afraid she was pregnant. That good Catholic said they'd have it taken care of. Fortunately, she was not pregnant. Drug use was a problem, too, along with so many other concerns. Most people cannot handle power.

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  14. I noticed that within minutes. Probably at least one of the reasons he didn't bring up Grandma's health.
    The debate was a train wreck, for sure.

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    1. He says it was his microphone. I've never noticed him do it before. Maybe he took some "allergy medicine."

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  15. If only he'd make himself scarce whenever adults walked in!

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    1. Children should be seen and not heard? The Donald should not be seen or heard. I don't understand his reputation as a womanizer. I've never found him attractive.

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  16. Again. Loved this. Sent out the link to share.

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    1. I get tired of the phrase "it is what it is," but it is.

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