That is the Question
There I was late one night reading Hamlet. I recalled memorizing several sections of that Shakespearean play while in high school. However, when I got to Act 3, Scene 1, I pondered over this one for some time.
My question is about whether Trump and/or many of his followers will decide who he is to be or not to be: a candidate or a comedian. I am fully aware that if you were to have 100 people in a room and asked them of their political persuasion, you would come up with 100 different political spins. I get that. However, I don't care whether anyone buys my spin on things. Nonetheless, it does trouble me how especially Trump, Cruz, Huckabee, and Fiorina act and debate the various issues.
Let's just focus on the Donald, the candidate or comedian, is the godfather of the birther movement. He questioned where President Obama had been born. That comedic shtick has been used and reused for nearly a decade. It is obviously getting old, Donald.
Having said that, Trump, the comedian, is raising the question about Ted Cruz's birthplace. Everyone knows that Cruz was born geographically outside of America. However, Trump's expansion of the birther issue to include Cruz has raised another birther issue that I have, which is about the Donald. My question is, where is the Donald from?
I can think of only one advantage of having the Donald acting on stage as either the candidate or the comedian. It gives people plenty about which to write, make videos, and question his ability level.
Having dissed the Donald, I do believe that is his real hair.
Also, I believe that the Donald wants to make his empire great again. However, if I was Mexican or Muslim, I would be worried about the Donald's empire.
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