Fancy that… nowadays, we’re always hearing about the real Donald, who’s being paid handsomely to be the Fox & Friends, binge watching, couch potato. Hell… he could get far more useful information watching the _________.
Now… fancy the Seventies era Match Game clip, where we’ll discover more about the fake Dumb Donald’s viewing habits. Let’s see how contestant Linda, first, responds to emcee Gene Rayburn’s fill in the blank question and, next, how many celebs she can match.
The manner in which wealth gets portrayed / prioritized is what oft gives prosperity its bad name.
While viewing the first minute of today’s clip… the Trumpian portion… consider the greed-driven commander-in-chief’s barren of meaningful thanks, Thanksgiving message to his troops (stationed at Afhanistan’s Bagram Airfield-BAF).
Those in his captive audience, who had been totally zoning out on his self-serving, soon-to-be 2020 TV campaign ad, had had the right idea.
However, just imagine how demoralized the soldiers, who had actually been paying attention, must’ve felt upon discovering how they’ve been putting their lives on the line ONLY for the sole, soulless purpose of fattening stock market portfolios… rather than preserving, protecting and defending American freedom.
Following Trump’s words we’ll be giving a listen to Brian Tyler Cohen’s spot on, well documented political / psychoanalysis.
In today’s real world, the all too real character, Donald, has the presidential power to pardon turkeys… both Thanksgiving fowl and everyday foul peeps. In the Match Game universe… circa 1975… the playful staff writers’ character, Dumb Donald, had an entirely different Thanksgiving Day plan in mind… let’s listen in as game show host Gene Rayburn elaborates…
BTW, to all who are celebrating on this day, I hope you have the best Thanksgiving ever!