I’m not saying they’re wrong. I’m just saying that everyone hates him. Except probably Snooki. Although she might, too. Who knows? This is the day to declare it if she does and isn’t hungover.
So, for starters, Donald Trump thinks he’s an idiot who couldn’t negotiate as well as a multimillionaire real estate magnate who, despite having gone bankrupt several times, still considers himself an authority on how to do business. And hair.
Of course, Donald Trump would never have let it get to the Fiscal Cliff. Because he has a super-secret time machine in one of his buildings that is actually just a room decorated with paintings of Donald Trump from 1972.
More importantly, though, is John Boehner’s decision to make the Democrats “pay” for his Fiscal Cliff shortcomings by partnering with Eric Cantor to table the second Hurricane Sandy relief bill that was also scheduled to pass before Congress went back to their lobbyist-funded vacations. Although the changes would delay the aid package no more than a month, and the bill was packed with handouts to Alaska fisheries and the Federal Headstart daycare program, it seems the rest of the world is just taking this act for what it is: a poorly-timed temper tantrum from the team that didn’t get voted on to Homecoming Court.
First, John Boehner is wasted by Chris Christie, who is up for re-election this year and understandably unhappy at the lack of support shown to him by his Congressional compatriots.
Nobody puts Chris Christie in a corner, you got that? Nobody. Because it would take at least two people to hold him there. And those two people are definitely not John Boehner and Eric Cantor.
And then there’s Peter King, the New York Republican, who took time out of his busy schedule of finding Secret Muslims hidden in the closet offices of the State Department and the upper echelons of department store management across the nation, to scold John Boehner for being, among other things, crazy.
A top House Republican lashed out at party leaders Wednesday over a decision to end the session without a vote on aid for Superstorm Sandy victims, going so far as to urge constituents to stop donating to congressional Republicans.
“I’m saying anyone from New York and New Jersey who contributes one penny to congressional Republicans is out of their minds,” Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., told Fox News. “What they did last night was put a knife in the back of New Yorkers and New Jerseyans.”
Snooki’s gonna be mad.