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I know I sound like a broken record about this, but...anyone and everyone who 1) lived anywhere between Boston and D.C. between 1972 and 1990 and 2) had a television or radio knew that The Donald was a serial-lying (typically in the form of the ridiculous boasting described above) buffoon. Remember "short-fingered vulgarian"? That was Spy magazine, who made an industry of mocking him.

The thing is, I missed "The Apprentice", so I missed the reinvention of this idiot as a Titan of Industry. So when he was presented to the voters as a "successful businessman" I was gobsmacked. The Donald? Successful? The guy went broke running casinos - a business where people GIVE YOU THEIR MONEY!!!

Apparently, despite what Barnum believed, it IS possible to fool all the Republicans all the time. We are SO hosed...

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