Listen, here at Indecision, we don't want to cover Donald Trump. We'd prefer that he return to the golden sewers he normally lurks in. But as long as the Donald keeps flapping that clownish piehole of his, we are morally obligated to write about him.
While talking to Fox News' Neil Cavuto, Trump gave his uncensored views on green energy. Surprise, surprise. He's not a fan…
"Wind is destroying the environment in many, many places. People are going crazy over the horrible, noisy, disgusting windmills. And they are horrible and a horrible intrusion, ruining communities, and solar is weak and has not been effective and is very, very expensive," Trump said. "And there are just lots of other problems with many forms of energy. But we have — under our wonderful feet — we have natural gas the likes of which no other place has."
Yes, and we can start with the gigantic bag of gas disguised as Donald Trump.
The Dutch shouldn't take his comments too hard, though. A quick Google search reveals that Trump loves to throw around the d-word. Here are some of the many things Donald Trump has called "digusting" over the last few years…
* New York City's Freedom Tower
* President Obama's comment about American business people being lazy
* Jon Huntsman's refusal to kiss any part of Trump's anatomy
Donald Trump is an expert on what's "digusting." Just look at that hair.
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Tags: Donald Trump, Energy & Oil, Environment, Fox News, Neil Cavuto
10:55 – Well, that's all for tonight. I know! The time just flies by in these debates, huh?
What did you guys think of the debate? Who won? Who lost? Who stole Ron Paul's eyebrows?
10:52 – Does Rick Perry only relate to other humans in sports analogies and prayer?
10:49 – "I'm a serious candidate for president." — Michele Bachmann and every other serious candidate for president ever
10:48 – Newt Gingrich believes that life begins at conceptions but marriage ends at cancer.
10:43 – Rick Santorum says Mitt Romney, as governor of Massachusetts, issued gay marriage licences. He might as well have said he had sex with a dead raccoon.
10:42 – Now Mitt Romney is flip-flopping over whether he ever changed his mind about something.
10:39 – So, the economy is so bad that Mexicans aren't sneaking across the border anymore. Even more reason to erect an electrified fence. We, as Americans, need to protect our dishwashers and chambermaids.
10:36 – So, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich want to outsource immigration to American Express?
10:35 – Man, the America that these candidates live in sounds like a really scary place.
Tags: Bret Baier, Chris Wallace, Debates, Fox, Iowa, Liveblog, Megyn Kelly, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Neil Cavuto, Newt Gingrich, Primaries, Republicans, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul
Enjoy life as you know it while it lasts, my fellow straight people, for soon we will be forced to endure the unimaginably horrific dystopia of two dudes that you don't know buying each other rings and fighting over floral centerpieces. My mind is bending toward insanity at the mere thought of it…
After the jump, Stephen Colbert reveals his flawless plan for us heterosexuals to ruin gay people's marriages the same way they're ruining our heterosexual marriages with their gay marriage-having.
Tags: CNN, Constitution, Economy, Elena Kagan, Family Research Council, Fox, Jon Stewart, LGBT, Maggie Gallagher, Marriage Equality, National Organization for Marriage, Neil Cavuto, Proposition 8, Rick Sanchez, Ronald Reagan, Sarah Palin, Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report, The Daily Show, Tony Perkins, Vaughn Walker, Video
Fox News Has Never Ever Ever Never Said Anything About People Going to Jail for Not Buying Health Insurance
Where did you ever hear such ridiculous nonsense anyway? Where?!
From that same guy who told you that bullshit John McCain is a maverick, most likely. Man, that guy is a trouble maker.
Tags: Bill O'Reilly, Fox, Glenn Beck, Health Care, John McCain, Neil Cavuto, Sean Hannity, Senate, Tom Coburn
The good news is that brand-new, fresh-from-the-factory Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is already easing quite nicely into his roll as modern Republican legislator.
The bad news is that brand-new, fresh-from-the-factory Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is already easing quite nicely into his roll as modern Republican legislator…
Given the big news story of the day, host Neil Cavuto opened by asking for his thoughts on Joseph Stack crashing into an Austin IRS office building.
After initially recognizing the tragedy and showing feeling for the families affected by the tragedy, Brown immediately connected the anger and frustration that fueled his election to Senate to the tragic events that unfolded in Texas earlier that day.
Wow! That's some impressive work! Not only does he achieve the incredibly difficult Turn Man's Airplane Suicide into Personal Political Gain maneuver, but he gained style points for "showing feeling for the families"! And for a freshman congressperson?! Simply amazing!
Mark my words: This guy is going places in the GOP.
Tags: Fox, Joseph Andrew Stack, Neil Cavuto, Scott Brown