aside DONALD TRUMP IS “BIFF,” THE BULLY IN “BACK TO THE FUTURE”

Bullies both: Biff from “Back to the Future” and presidential hopeful Donald Trump (Universal Pictures (left); Reuters)

“Joseph McQuaid: Trump campaign insults NH voters’ intelligence,” is the above the fold headline editorial in the N.H. number one conservative newspaper, the Union Leader on 12/28/15. Here are his words:

“Donald Trump is due in New Hampshire this evening (12/28/15). He will attract a large crowd. The crowds, the media coverage, and the polls have led him and some pundits to believe that he will win the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.”

Willie Robertson speaks on behalf of Donald Trump in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)
Willie Robertson speaks on behalf of Donald Trump  (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

“That is an insult to the intelligence of Republican voters. Beginning right here in New Hampshire on Feb. 9, a great majority of them will disabuse him of that notion.”

“Much of the news media are lavishly covering Trump, not just because he’s good for ratings, but because he’s good for Hillary Clinton. They very much want Trump to be the Republican nominee so that Ms. Hillary can move back into the White House.”


“Trump can certainly be an entertaining character. He toys with TV journalists and dismisses critics with name-calling that drives the Politically Correct crowd insane. But his public descent into bathroom humor and verbal bullying has been painful, and educational, to watch.”

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‘According to Trump: John McCain accepted years of torture by the North Vietnamese but is not Trump’s type of “war hero.” Not that Trump ever served in the military. Carly Fiorina, meanwhile, doesn’t have the “face” Trump would want in the White House; and a reporter who questions a Trump falsehood is to be mimicked and mocked for his physical disability.”


“Trump has shown himself to be a crude blowhard with no clear political philosophy and no deeper understanding of the important and serious role of President of the United States than one of the goons he lets rough up protesters in his crowds.”


“He reminds us of the grownup bully “Biff” in the “Back to the Future” movie series. Lo and behold, the screenwriter says that he based Biff on Trump. On Feb. 9, we trust New Hampshire Republicans will send “Biff Trump” back to somewhere — anywhere but on the road to the most important elective office in the United States at a most crucial time for this nation.”

5 comments

  1. This is a well reasoned, well written well thought out post about a clown. I will say this about the Donald, he proves that with enough money any idiot can run for president, intelligence and common sense are not a prerequisite for the highest office in our land, sad isn’t it?

    • It would be an embarrassment to the republican party and for this country to have him win the republican presidential nomination. However, I am grateful for him showing that someone can win with very little monies. It is estimated that he has disbursed funds at a total of less than $300,000.00 to get where he is today.

  2. LOL, all presidential candidates are fair game. Truth be told none are fit for office, they’re all corrupt and serve their own corporate interests. The only thing Trump’s got going for him is that he’s not accepting BS campaign contributions- sold out to the corporate elite. Hillary on the other hand is expected to raise nearly a billion for her campaign. Being president is certainly not cheap, therefore every candidate’s allegiance is not to the people that they supposedly represent. This whole electoral system has got to be reformed.

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