The GOP Only Has Themselves To Blame For “Trump”

And yes, we quoted “Trump” on purpose, as it now represents more than just Donald J’s family or his private company.

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March 15th Primary-Palooza Results: GOP

Well folks, the GOP-version of THE REAL SUPER TUESDAY basically played out as we expected yesterday. In short: Trump continued his winning ways (winning in FL, IL, MO, NC). Cruz continued his consistent 2nd-place finishes while putting up a good fight in Missouri. Kasich had a strong showing in Ohio and won his home state. The…

March 15th Primary-Palooza: GOP Edition

Tonight’s the night… Contrary to what the fuckface pundits on television have been telling you for all of 2016, TONIGHT (March 15th) IS THE REAL SUPER TUESDAY (not March 8th). You’re probably thinking something like: Oh Nick From NY, how can this possibly be? My panties are in a bunch because you’re contradicting what the…

Charts, Bruh: Presidential Candidate Ad Spending

Peep this chart, bruh:    I found this baby interesting for a few reasons:  The two Democratic candidates spent more on ads between February 29th and March 6th than all four of the Republican candidates combined.  I’m surprised the Bernie Sanders Campaign had spent the most on ads from February 29th to March 6th. Then again,…

March 8th Election Results: “Of Mice and Trump”

Donald Trump has depicted himself as an outrageous blowhard for a majority of his presidential campaign. Whether it’s baiting Pope Francis into a beef, or saying that Megyn Kelly is menstruating from every orifice in her body, The Donald has been bombastic as fuck with little to no consequences.  Meanwhile, the GOP and it’s arsenal of…

Republican Primary Results

The Republican Primaries in Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Maine wrapped up late last night. In a not so shocking turn of events, Donald Trump added 2 more notches (Kentucky and Louisiana) to his belt. In a somewhat shocking turn of events, Ted Cruz came away with the most delegates won through state victories in Kansas…