In case you’re thinking only low-info trailer trash white racists support Donald Trump, Raw Story shares the “thoughts” of a(nother) second-generation “business leader” born-on-third-base-thinks-he-hit-a-home run car dealer:
Billionaire businessman Ernie Boch Jr., President and CEO of Subaru New England, told CNN on Thursday that he supported Donald Trump because picking a presidential candidate was like having to pick a girl to take home before the bar closes…
Cuomo wondered what gave Boch confidence that Trump could make difficult decisions like whether or not to bomb another country.
Boch argued that Trump could make those decisions “as well as anybody else.”
“You’ve got to think of it like this, it’s 2 a.m. and there’s a few girls at the bar, you have to go home with one of them,” Boch opined. “So, you have to pick who you are with. And I think that Mr. Trump is the best qualified.”
The answer stunned Cuomo.
“Hold on a second, Ernie,” the CNN host replied. “Your analogy for what makes you the right guy when you get the bad call at 2 a.m. is what you need to do in the bar when you have women there and you have to decide which one? Is that how your head works?”
“You’re misunderstanding!” Boch insisted. “If you’re single you understand this. You know, it’s the end of the night, you want to go home with somebody. You know, the bar is about to close. You have to pick somebody!”…
Hey, barring a genuine armed revolution, nothing any of the Repub clowns might do to our battered republic over the next four years is liable to seriously impact Ernie Jr’s nice life. For him, it’s like picking a favorite in the Superbowl — light entertainment, something to chat about over “business deals” at the country club. And Trump just seems right, for some reason.
Speaking of douchecanoes, this is amusing:
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) February 5, 2016
From the NYMag article:
Professional douchebag Roosh V. has made a name for himself advocating offensive misogynistic positions on his terrible website Return of Kings, and he’s collected a handful of devoted followers in the process. But after scheduling an International Meetup Day for his “tribesmen” this weekend, he appears to have met his match: female boxers.
When they heard that Roosh and his followers were planning to meet up in Toronto, the women of the Toronto Newsgirls boxing club decided they’d attend the meet-up, too. That way when Roosh did what he threatened to do — take photos of any female protesters who showed up to dissect and criticize online later — he’d actually be snapping photos of badass bitches in boxing gloves…
Jessica Roy’s article has one of the greatest closing lines in all journalism, but you’re gonna have to click over to read it.