Larry the Cable Guy says words: ‘Hillary will be the end of the country’


If you ever saw anything having to do with the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, you probably know a little something about Larry the Cable Guy. I actually watched one of those Blue Collar specials, mostly because I do genuinely love Bill Engvall and Ron White. I could take or leave Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy. Anyway, Larry the Cable Guy is a persona created by a guy named Daniel Lawrence Whitney. Is Larry “relevant” in any real sense? Eh. I’ve lived in the south most of my life, and I’ve met some people like the Larry-persona, but for the most part, he gives Southerners a bad name. He plays into every stereotype about the ignorant, backwoods hick, and the persona seems like an extra from Deliverance.

So, with that background, do you care that Larry the Cable Guy appeared on Fox and Friends on Tuesday? And do you care that Larry has thoughts about politics? They’re just what you would imagine. Larry was asked who he’s supporting, and he jokes that he’s trying to decide between Gary Johnson and Donald Trump, then says:

“I know who I’m not voting for. I’ll give you the initials — Hillary Clinton. This election is so crazy because I want to change. I like Trump, some of the things he says, but then some of things he says are outrageous so you just don’t know. It’s kind of like the choice is, ‘Do I want to poop my pants or do I want someone else to poop my pants? I think I’ll poop my own pants.’”

Larry then goes on to say that the climate around this election has gotten awful, and that he’s worried he’ll get “beat up” for saying he likes Donald Trump, or worse, he’ll be called a racist (hint: he’s a racist). He ends it with “Hillary will be the end of the country.” O RLY? It baffles me that people say that with a straight face, like Donald Trump doesn’t have a history of wanting MORE nuclear weapons in the world, and a history of wanting to use said nuclear weapons.

Incidentally, the false equivalencies from the closeted Trump supporters are irritating the sh-t out of me. “Well, they’re both awful.” No, they’re not. “I hate them both equally.” No, you don’t. How will Hillary be “the end of the country” but everything Trump has done until this point can be dismissed as “some things he says are outrageous”???


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  1. Jules says:

    A bigot said what? Yawn…………….

    • Snappyfish says:

      What I find so interesting is the idea of “I want change” IF that is actually your purpose then vote OUT the obstructionists. The Ryans & McConnells who are not doing their job and have been preventing real change because of their single minded hypocritical agenda. These men met during the 1st inauguration to plot AGAINST their president. To make him a one term president to prevent his policies. That is what needs to “change”

      The fact that the stock market is at an all time high & unemployment is low despite their obstruction & we were able to dig out of the basement that was awaiting this president is amazing The same people who tell you Obama/HRC are coming for your guns(not true) actually ARE coming for your social security benefits. As for Larry, he is unfunny & an idiot. He was a failed stock broker prior to creating this persona to make money off of those he considered ignorant. He is just another bigoted misognistic racist.

      • Cranberry says:

        ““I want change” IF that is actually your purpose then vote OUT the obstructionists. The Ryans & McConnells who are not doing their job and have been preventing real change because of their single minded hypocritical agenda.”

        This. And to everything else.

        “Agenda” is right. And it’s been in effect for decades. Catering to the extreme Right to win elections, and it works. When you serve such extreme interests in governing there’s no cooperation to negotiate workable compromises much less collaborate to come up with new and inclusive ways to move OUR country forward. It just becomes an all or nothing train wreck where everybody loses except the righteous battle hungry that consider the collapse of the federal government a victory regardless the consequences.

      • Jeanette says:

        He is the type of voter that are giving the libertarian party wings.

  2. lilacflowers says:

    I pray for the end of the country as Larry the Cable Guy wants it.

  3. JRenee says:

    No surprises here.

  4. Patricia says:

    This guy is the embodiment of every ridiculous and frustrating conversation that can be had with a Trump supporter. “Sure trump says outrageous racist stuff, but at least he speaks his mind!”. Yeah you can only say that if you’re a white guy living in a white-guy-bubble where you don’t have to realize how very damaging Trump’s rhetoric is for minorities in this country.
    “Hillary is dangerous”. How?! Where?! My cousin was saying this and I asked for examples and there were none. Just kept repeating that she’s dangerous.
    It is insanely frustrating.

    • Rachel says:

      Exactly. Any time I hear someone talking about how horrible Hillary is or how dangerous she is, I want them to give me concrete facts. Give me concrete facts. Facts that don’t include anything about emails. Because Republicans have been trying to burn her as a witch over her email scandal for YEARS. If they could charge her with something – anything – they would have done so all ready. Since they can’t, they’ll settle for screaming “witch” at the top of their lungs, and people are all too willing to take up the chant without doing any real research themselves.

    • Trump says violent crazy racist and insulting things about everybody.


      Kaepernick sits quietly.


      Well alright then, can’t argue with a donkey they’re only good for braying and kicking.

  5. Moon says:

    I’m not sure what to make of his ‘I’d rather poop my own pants’ comment. Am I reading too much into it if I sense a racist vibe? Like, I’d rather screw up my own country than let an immigrant or non-white screw it up.

    • Fl girl says:

      or a woman…

    • Annie says:

      I understood it to mean with Trump, because of his unpredictability, he (Larry TCG) may poop his pants while he is president, but nonetheless, Trump is his choice and “he’ll be pooping his own pants”. With Hillary, he believes he definitely will poop his pants, but she wasn’t his choice, so those who voted for her will be pooping in “his” pants.

      Still doesn’t make sense but that’s what I got out of it when reading it a couple times. Or am I giving him too much credit? He probably just likes pooping his pants.

    • tealily says:

      I took it to mean, I can vote for my party’s candidate or the other party’s candidate, but they both suck. I guess I’ll vote for my party’s candidate. (I did not get a racist vibe off of it.)

  6. Esmom says:

    Gross. The fact that his endorsement warrants headlines speaks volumes about him, Fox and their viewers.

    The false equivalency is crazy to me, too. And you can’t have a calm, rational discussion about it either. All you get is angry splutters of “crook…emails…Benghazi…” with no discourse whatsoever. If it’s this depressing for me I can’t imagine how Hillary’s felt for the past few decades.

  7. The other guy says:

    Or maybe people actually don’t like her? I know it’s hard to believe but she also has horrible approval ratings, supports massive foreign interventions and apparantly does not know how to use an email client or a save her emails properly.

    She is only winning because trump lacks self control. She would lose against someone normal.

    • Syko says:

      She has a 47% approval rating, versus Trump’s 40%. She is winning because she is the best qualified of the two, which isn’t difficult because my cat is more qualified than Trump.

      • The other guy says:

        Yeah and her disapproval rating is 60 something percent. Shes not a nice person and just because trump is worse doesn’t mean we shouldn’t call her out
        Besides she wanted a no fly zone in Syria. And she hangs out with neoconservatives like kissinger. No thank you.

      • “Shes not a nice person”

        It’s amazing how often this is used as a charge instead of any measure of credible criticism of policies or past policy acts.

        Yeah, she’s super not nice, gotta make sure our women are nice l the time.

      • doofus says:

        yeah, I really wouldn’t care if she’s “nice” or not, as long as she treats everyone the same and has the capability to run the country.

        but I’ve met her, and have a close family member who worked with/for her at the State Dept for years (and for Condi Rice before that) and she IS nice. she’s just tough, too.

      • Kitten says:

        Syko’s Cat for President: because he’s not afraid to say what he’s thinking.

        Trump though–now there’s a really NICE guy.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        “she wanted a no fly zone in Syria”

        Syria is such a complicated situation. Assad is bombing HOSPITALS and homes (see the sweet face of Omran Daqneesh), so wanting a no-fly zone to prevent those bombings isn’t really out of line. Ultimately, I don’t think there is a “right” answer in Syria because you have Assad on one side and ISIS on the other. But suggesting that “she’s not a nice person” because she wants to stop Assad from bombing citizens makes no logical sense.

        Also…how many male candidates have to whether the attack of not being “nice”? FFS.

      • Syko says:

        Sorry Other Guy (Cable Guy?), but if you have 47% approval, it’s not likely that your disapproval is “60 something percent”. Percent doesn’t work like that.

      • the other guy says:

        Well syko, I clearly, said DISapproval rating! Says everything you thought otherwise.

    • Erinn says:

      Maybe. But honestly… from my experience, most people who dislike her can’t come up with a reason why. They’ll parrot off the usual things like the emails, or benghazi, but then can’t even explain them. They’re the people who get their news from headlines only. Then a lot of people criticize motives or records that Clinton has … but don’t address the fact that many other people have done the same things, but they were okay with it then.

      There IS a certain amount of hatred toward her that males who do the same don’t get. I don’t know what it is. I don’t know if there’s some sort of expectation that women should be a certain way, and when they exhibit common characteristics that male politicians have it becomes off putting. I don’t think it’s fair… and I don’t even think a lot of people are aware that that’s what they’re putting out there. But whatever.

      If someone gives actual reasons for disliking HIlary that’s cool. I don’t have a problem with that. Nobody should be free of criticism – especially politicians. I just take issue with the loud (possible minority) of people who will repeat the same clickbait titles over and over but who have no understanding of the history around them, or whether the source they’re getting them from is legit.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I agree with your post very, very much!

      • Jwoolman says:

        Yes, it’s baffling. They’ll say Hillary is a liar but then can’t come up with a list of things she’s actually lied about (false accusations of which she has been cleared don’t count). I could bend your ear for hours with excruciating details of lies told by people like Trump and Reagan and Kim Kardashian. It wouldn’t occur to me to label someone as a liar without knowing exactly what they were lying about.

        Larry the Cable Guy has been listening directly to Donald Trump. The Donald is the one who keeps saying that Hillary will be “the end of the country” with just that phrasing. I think I heard him say it again yesterday in his one-lie-after-another speech (more properly, screech) on immigration in Phoenix. I assume the media will sit around just saying Donald is looking more Presidential since he seemed to at least refrain from calling her Crooked Hillary, instead of fact-checking his many incorrect and distorted statements.

        Meanwhile, his audience was thrilled and chanted “Build the wall” repeatedly. At least one person tossed out a “String her up” when Hillary was mentioned. The lies he told about Hillary and Obama with regard to immigration policy were enormous but accepted as gospel truth by the crowd. I hope their body armor is in good shape, because Trump was setting them both up as a clear and present danger to the direct safety of every native-born American man, woman, and child. Homegrown demagogue indeed.

    • The Bad Mood Kanye says:

      When she left her appointment as Secretary of State, her last position as a public official, her approval ratings were at 68%. She hasn’t been in any elected or appointed position since then to DO anything to warrant such a significant collapse in public perception. The drop in approval ratings is entirely a result of the Rove & Co. GOP smear campaign that they’ve consistently waged against Hillary Clinton since 2007, and hiked into overdrive post-Benghazi. It’s the power of a fully-engaged negative PR campaign that no person, regardless of popularity, would be able to withstand. Say what you will about HRC, but she’s a fighter. She won’t quit. Any other person who sustained the brutal treatment that HRC has over the last 25 years (!!!) would have thrown in the towel and traded it all in for a peaceful, self fulfilling retirement. Remember shortly after Bill Clinton won election to POTUS in 1992, Rush Limbaugh referred to then-12-year-old Chelsea Clinton as “the White House dog.” Hillary’s 12-year-old daughter…and that was just the beginning. I want a President who refuses to shy away from the bullies. Somebody who won’t stop fighting, no matter how ugly or publicly humiliating. She’s earned Madam President.

    • Jwoolman says:

      People who have actually met her and worked with her, regardless of their politics, do like her. They say she is kind and pleasant to everyone but just not a pushover. She works hard and actually listens to people of very different views. So many very different people say this, they can’t all be on the payroll. People who work with her once are very willing to work with her again.

      The dislike of Hillary by people who have’t met her really comes from the relentless smear campaign against her. People assume that where there’s smoke, there’s fire, so frequent repetition of a lie gives the appearance of truth even though sometimes smoke is due to a smoke bomb somebody else tossed into the room and not due to anything the target did. Hillary’s sin is not that she is evil but that she is too competent. There is a risk that she will actually accomplish her goals. When her goal will cut into someone’s profits (as her health care reform efforts years ago threatened to do) — she needs to be neutralized. And that’s what has been happening for many years, with the smear campaign revving up every time she has a position of influence.

      She is a lawyer and very attentive to detail. Sometimes people take that as a bad sign in a woman, we are supposed to be squishy and emotional, not full of facts. Hillary seems to have properly functioning emotions to me, but she focuses very much on facts and logic when discussing the issues. Trump ignores facts and logic and aims straight at the emotions, even though he himself actually seems damaged emotionally and non-genuine to me. But apparently many people respond well to that but not to the facts and logic approach.

  8. minx says:

    Couldn’t care less what he says.

  9. doofus says:

    oh, good, another bigot to cross off my list.

    at least we’re finding out who they are.

  10. Meh says:

    Slow gossip day? I was waiting with bated breath for Larry the cable guy to weigh in.

    • susanne says:

      I’m waiting to hear what chachi’s cousin has to say.

    • Arock says:

      larry the cable guy is a character, a human caricature to be more accurate. And that’s the what fox is pulling as political commentators, less than 90 days out. Were the characters from King of the Hill all booked up? ” Next up, Dale weighs in on new NSA policy”….

      • *long slow drag of a cigarette before he leans into the mic*

        Dale: “It is NOT the NSA you have to worry about. That’s the big name in the news, that’s how they’re distracting you. We already knew they were listening to us, that’s only surprising if you don’t know that the metal filling that goes into every cavity comes from certified C.I.A. Headquarters. That’s right, brush good tonight little Timmy, or Uncle Sam will be in your brain as fast as the dentist can say ‘Now this won’t hurt a bit’ ”

        *confession: I love King of The Hill and agree with your comment 100%.

      • tealily says:

        Hahaha, you’ve both nailed it.

      • I Choose Me says:

        I can’t reply directly to ESE but as someone who also frequenlty watches and loves King of the Hill, that was spot the f-ck on.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        LOVE IT!

      • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

        Thank you all!

        I like my delusional conspiracy maniacs when they’re animated fiction and I can change the channel anytime I want.

      • Jwoolman says:

        At least Dale has a heart…. How can you not like a guy who ignores (or explains by aliens) the fact that his well beloved son looks just like the man who treated his wife’s “headaches” for years?

  11. Whatabout says:

    So I have a family friend who was all for Trump. Who works/worked on the campaign. But something happened around the RNC convention and they now are drastically distancing themselves from Trump. I mean deleting old facebook posts and so on. But refusing to discuss why. This person has also met with Trump numerous times in the past year and half. He even gave this person shout out in a speech. My sis and I are literally going crazy trying to find out! Gah! Sorry needed to get that off my chest.

    • crystal says:

      Wow, I would love to know too, that sounds very serious whatever happened. Maybe they saw or heard something that was totally unacceptable, which isn’t hard to believe at all. Please let us know if you ever find out.

      • Whatabout says:

        I will! I even met up with them for lunch* to try and get the dirt but they just shut down. I only got an impression that it was really serious.

        *this is the shadiest thing I think I’ve ever done

    • Well with Trump it’s either something racist or something highly illegal. Since your friend was down with clown while he was spouting racist stuff I’m guessing your friend got a peek (maybe accidental) at something really illegal OR…maybe your friend actively heard Trump say he doesn’t give a damn about this election or his supporters are all idiots.

      Ooh this is fun!

      Snoop girl! This sounds like fun dirt!

    • Algernon says:

      Super shady! Someday I hope someone writes a tell all about working in/around the RNC or Trump’s campaign.

      • Evie says:

        I feel like that would be the *only* reason to take a job with his campaign (since working for his campaign is like committing political future suicide). Although, given how terrible Trump is proudly and openly, I’d be a little afraid of what it was he was actually trying to keep a secret.

    • Kitten says:

      DAMN. Why are you here wasting time? You need to get out there and dig, girl, and don’t forget to come back here to report your findings!

      • Whatabout says:

        I know! My sister and I have spent hours going over what we think happened. We’ve settled that he had to have said something personal to this person (I’m being vague on purpose just incase). Maybe he said something mean? Maybe even yelled? Ugh I need to know!

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Wow, that is juicy!! So interesting. It does make you wonder where and what the “line” would be if everything before that was acceptable. Hmmmm…..

  12. Juls says:

    Voting for Trump would be like handing the keys to your kids school bus to the drunkest person you could find.

  13. Neelyo says:

    Isn’t he really some East Coast poser a la the Duck Dynasty clan?

    And to quote Lucille Bluth, ‘I have one word for you dear, sleeves.’

    • Tiffany says:

      Well to do family from Nebraska along with a degree from UN. This persona is just that.

  14. Jenns says:

    Ok, Larry. Thanks for stopping by.

  15. Monie says:

    Larry, take your Prilosec and go away please.

  16. topcat says:

    so, “Larry the cable guy”is advising Americans how to-vote-it’s killing me that I am even typing this-#americanelection

  17. Emily says:

    Larry the Cable Guy isn’t a real person. He’s the creation of a guy who saw a profitable market…proud redneck/white trash/bro-country types. His accent is fake and he was never a cable guy. So, forgive me for rolling my eyes out of my head at his endorsement of Trump; an obvious extension of his persona. It’s embarrassing that a program masquerading as news even invited him on as “Larry the Cable Guy”, let alone pretend we should care about what he says.

    • I don’t know why “He was never a cable guy” killed me but it did, lmao.


      • Tiffany :) says:

        Ah, the memories of past elections! I can’t believe he wasn’t even a plumber, lol.

      • The Eternal Side-Eye says:

        That to me was the cherry on the lunacy sundae right after the whipped cream that was Sarah Palin, I also think he was on welfare too? But lectured crowds about those lazy Democrats who always have their hands out wanting something for free 🤔

    • Algernon says:

      What’s even worse is the number of people who don’t realize “Larry the Cable Guy” is just a persona. I would say most people who profess to like him don’t know he isn’t real.

    • tealily says:

      I commented below, but I’ll add here that I am actually kind of surprised by his comments. I’ve never been able to sit through the Blue Collar Comedy tour, but I watch his travel show sometimes (which is decent and kind of fun), and he strikes me as a somewhat liberal guy, playing the redneck character to cater to a certain audience. The idea that he’s genuinely toying with the idea of voting for Trump genuinely baffling to me. Unless he’s just trying not to alienate his audience? Larry the Cable Guy, I thought you were better than this!!

  18. eggy weggs says:

    Once upon a time, I watched a “Blue Collar Comedy” special just to see what it was about and also because I was too lazy to find the remote control. If memory serves, the routine culminates in a quaint anecdote about LtCG using a spoon to scoop fecal waste directly from his grandmother’s b-hole.

    We would all be well served to go back and read David Cross’ open letter to Larry the Cable Guy. LtCG grew up better than a lot of us, he’s selling this image to people he probably wouldn’t crack beer cans with. And he’s become very rich doing so. If this man is against HRC, it is only because he doesn’t want to lose any money because of higher taxes.

  19. purple prankster says:

    If it’s a false equivalency because Hillary is worse then I agree. Hillary is like the US itself, which people pretend is championing democracy and human rights and all that is good and noble when the murderous self serving truth is there for all to see.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      How is she “murderous”? Please explain.

    • Cranberry says:

      Even if as you say the US and Hillary via her government service are guilty of all these charges, do you think for one minute that any of that will change or won’t be worsened with Trump in office and the government cronies that will be running things for him? How many millions of deaths is Cheney (via Bush) responsible for?

  20. Dumbledork says:

    I don’t like Hillary because of her defense of her husband, who I believe should be in jail for what he’s done to multiple women over the years. I’m a woman, raising daughters, and I just can’t support someone who at the end of the day, is no worse than the d-bags on the right when it comes to support for women. This election blows. I’m definitely not voting for Trump, but I’ll have a hard time voting for her.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      “is no worse than the d-bags on the right when it comes to support for women.”

      If you look at policy issues, laws and regulations that impact women, Hillary is BY FAR more supportive of women than Trump and the GOP.

    • Betsy says:

      Considering nothing was ever prosecuted despite MUCH digging, I doubt there’s any fire there. Yes, he’s a dog.

      You seem strangely unconcerned about Trump’s rape accusations and the wretched way he treats women. As a woman rearing women, one wonders why that doesn’t bug you.

      • Jwoolman says:

        The woman who was dragged into the impeachment proceedings was exceedingly non-credible – she had been having an affair, her husband was becoming suspicious, and she concocted the Clinton rape story as a cover (maybe she had a pregnancy scare, can’t remember all the details). Later after her divorce, she signed an affidavit that nothing had happened, she was quite forthright about it and complained the media were hounding her to say otherwise. Then she switched her story around again when the Republicans trying to get rid of Bill came calling.

        The most credible stories about Bill indicate that although he was obnoxious for even making sexual suggestions to the women, he was not aggressive and took “no, you perve” for an answer. He did not get angry (unlike some men I’ve known just for being turned down for a date), did not pursue it, and did not retaliate in any way. So his behavior was disturbing (although more common than I like to remember), but it is very unlikely that he was a rapist. I hope he has a 24/7 keeper if he hasn’t changed with age and hopefully therapy…. I do think he genuinely loves and respects his wife, despite it all. Men especially seem able to compartmentalize their lives like that. Why they risk losing everything, I don’t know. Maybe the impeachment at least scared him straight, we haven’t heard anything at least since then.

  21. SusanneToo says:

    I’ve always had an intense dislike for this guy and now it’s fully justified. Thanks, Larry.

  22. Hey look it’s another Name + Occupation conservative type trying to tell us how he’s not much for all that fancy book learning but he’s got some strong opinions!

    Gather round kids and bring ol Pee Paw too!

  23. Harryg says:

    Why is he still around?

  24. eggy weggs says:

    Apparently Rural King sells Larry the Cable Guy brand potato chips, including rib flavor.

    Yep, such a thing exists.

  25. msw says:

    Can these morons just say what they really mean? Make American Great Again means going back to a time when privilege was never challenged and power never had to be shared with women, non-white people, and non Christians. So sorry the rest of us aren’t signing up for that BS. Get over it and drag your ass into the 21st century already.

    • doofus says:


    • Evie says:

      It’s so frustrating that things are just now *starting* to get great for others, so hearing “make America great again” just sounds like whining from those who were allowing/actively oppressing for so long.

  26. Kitten says:

    You guys are killing me with the comments on this thread. I love how everyone just outright dismisses this dude as irrelevant. LOL Like, people can’t even be bothered with this nobody.

    But truly, the political coverage has been really outstanding here on C/B. Good job, guys.

    • msw says:

      I agree. This is the only website I read the comments on…. the moderators set a good tone for productive discussion where disagreement is allowed, but tone deaf idiots are not tolerated.

  27. tealily says:

    This is actually surprising to me. I’ve been watching his travel show on Netflix (or Hulu? I can’t remember now), and he strikes me as a fairly liberal guy masquerading as a redneck for the sake of the character. Bummer, man.

    • Evie says:

      Honestly, I could see him doing Fox and semi-supporting Trump as a way to secure his fan base who buys into the Larry mythos. If he said he didn’t support Trump, he’d start losing fans in the south (well, those who don’t know that ‘Larry’ is a persona).

    • SusanneToo says:

      Larry and Jimmy Buffett share some(not all, but some)of the same fans and JB just hosted a $25,000 benefit for Hillary.

    • tealily says:

      You know, as much as I’d like to hope it’s for the sake of the character, it just seems so cynical to go on TV and (quasi)support a candidate you don’t believe in for the sake of your bottom line, country be damned. He seems like a smart guy and I’d like to think he wouldn’t do that either. I get not liking Hillary, but ugh. I hope he does vote for Gary Johnson.

  28. Linds says:

    This whole election and the crazies who support Trump have been the longest headache I’ve ever had.

    My parents are both very conservative and support the orange cheeto, and this just sounds like a repeat of them.

    “Hillary is a murderer, I’m honestly scared for what could happen if she’s elected, she lies about everything, our taxes are gonna be so high if she gets it, it’s rigged so she’ll get it”

    • Giddy says:

      Fox scares people to death. They are using Karl Rove’s technique of the big lie; tell an outrageous lie often enough until people believe it. The insulting slurs against Hillary will get worse the closer we get to the election.

  29. hogtowngooner says:

    Look, I actually like offensive comedy provided it’s done properly. But he’s the type of fat guy that makes jokes about “fat chicks” which is offensive but also just lazy, stupid and devoid of self-awareness. Like Trump, it’s all exaggerated for fame and money, but it resonates with people who agree with what he says, and that’s the disturbing part.

  30. Veronica says:

    Well, Larry, if you think death threats for saying you like Trump are bad, you should try talking to the people in this country who get them followed through simply for existing.

  31. Jana says:

    The mere fact that this fool makes millions of dollars a year acting like a redneck and the world hasn’t ended should be all the proof you need that the world will be just fine WHEN Hillary wins.

  32. Jennifer says:

    In our local paper, I read a story about a guy who had his Hillary signs stolen from his yard, twice. Then, he went out to go to work one day and someone had poured bleach into the gas tank of his vehicle. Finally, after things had continued to escalate, his dog started convulsing so they rushed it to the vet. It died from being poisoned. He had tried to get the police involved prior to this escalation but they did not feel it was necessary and refused to do anything about it. Which presidential candidate has called for violence against the other’s supporters? Right.

    On a side note: This election has been great for helping me clear out my Facebook page. I have never done anything like that before, even during the Obama campaigns. This has gone beyond what I have ever seen from a supposed presidential candidate. I live in Atlanta which is like the black mecca of the south. I live in a very diverse neighborhood. I have found myself feeling ashamed of being white when I am out and about in my neighborhood and people of color pass me. I just want to grab them and say, “I DO NOT LIKE DONALD TRUMP!” That probably sounds really stupid, but that’s how I feel.

  33. Elyna says:

    I think I’m most upset that our site wasted time reporting on Larry’s opinion when we could have had a page of Thursday’s hot actors. I’d so much rather have our hotties over this waste of air.

    More Hot, Less Not! 😀