Announcing a new contest, right here on Mad Dog Democrat: Name That Donald.
As we all know, the Donald has named "Crooked Hillary" and throughout the primaries he came up with catchy little derisive epithets which had the effect of sticking with his opponents and pricking them.
Here's a speech for Hillary to give on this topic:
Fellow citizens: I have been considering how to respond to Mr. Trump's name calling style of campaigning and I have been looking for a way to describe Mr. Trump as he has insisted on describing me as "Crooked Hillary." Of course, I am trying to stand especially straight as I speak, but I realize a nickname is a tough thing to shake, as anyone who has a younger sister named "Pooky" or a brother named "Sparky" can attest.
Nobody ever called me "Crooked" growing up. In fact, I had some trouble shaking the goody two shoes image, as a kid. So maybe "crooked" isn't so bad.
But now I consider how to respond when considering Mr. Trump.
1/As I think of Mr. Trump's typical approach to public speaking, that style which whips up the Ku Klu Klan members in the crowd, the Birthers, the White supremacist elements down in the front rows: There we hear Dim Donald or the variation Dimwit Donald and Donald Dimwit and Dumb it down Donald and Duh, Donald and Dumb and Dumber Donald. or simply: Brain Dead Donald
2/ Then there is Mr. Trump as he works his way through his Miss Universe contestants: Debauched Donald, Decadent Donald. Dissolute Donald.
3/ Or then there is Mr. Trumps claims to have been a great businessman while bankrupting his Atlantic City casinos: Deceitful Donald. Diabolic Donald. Duplicitous Donald.
4. How do we describe the man with his plans to make Mexico pay for the wall: Deranged Donald?
5. Of course there is the candidate who describes me as the worst Secretary of State ever: Desperate Donald.
6. But then, think of Mr. Trump trying to stay on subject while he delivers any kind of a policy speech: Dysfunctional Donald.
More research needs to be done.
Thank you, I appreciate your willingness to listen to the woman who Mr. Trump describes as crooked. Considering the source, I take that as a compliment.