This is a very interesting read, actually, and all the more funny for being so utterly unironic.
Amigo da Casa
1836

“Just be honest. It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it,” as practiced by Trump, is the attitude of a used-car salesman, the dishonesty of truthiness in a nutshell. That’s how a nakedly dishonest sleazebag has become your paragon of honesty. (Or perhaps Trump’s just the rebound fuck after da real MVP, Bernie, went down in the primary.) Honesty cares what is said — sure, it doesn’t lie in presentation, but it doesn’t lie in content either.

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