Morally and often financially bankruptThere is a phrase that Socialist Jewishes like to say each other (with their hands tightly grasping all their Socialist Jewish munneez, of course!). That thing they like to say is, “We see the world not as it is, but as we are.” It’s from something called “Talmud,” we guess? Anyway, horrible, loud, and disgusting embarrassment The Donald Trump had a rare moment of self-unawareness recently when he said windmills were horrible, loud, and disgusting, but did not say the same thing about himself. Weird, right?
Trump jabbered on to Neil Cavuto at Fox, claiming many terribly unfactual things, such as that we don’t drill for natural gas (we frack for it apparently instead) and how boohoo Obama won’t let us drill baby drill all the time forever (the number of rigs in the US is at an all-time high). Even Greta Van Susteren was forced to concede this, before explaining why it was yet another ObamaLie.

OBAMA: That’s a fact. That’s a fact. We’ve quadrupled the number of operating oil rigs to a record high. So do not tell me that we’re not drilling. We’re drilling all over this country.


OBAMA: I mean, I guess there are — there are a few spots where we’re not drilling. We’re not drilling in the National Mall.


OBAMA: We’re not drilling at your house.



VAN SUSTEREN: Does President Obama have his facts straight? Jonathan Strong from Roll Call joins us and is our fact checker tonight. So you heard the president speak. Does he have his facts right about the drilling and — during his administration?

JONATHAN STRONG, ROLL CALL: The speech included a series of technically true but misleading statements. So the president is kind of correct in the sense that his policies aren’t causing the current increase in gas prices because drilling takes a long time to come on line. It’s a long-term process. And oil production is at the highest rate it has been at any time in the last eight years.

VAN SUSTEREN: So he’s right about that, right?


VAN SUSTEREN: OK, so why is that misleading when he says that?

Well, because it must be, Greta, or people might think that Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Fox News were all incredibly full of shit.

Oh right: and walking sebaceous cyst Mister Trump.

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.


Well, we keep doing it because we don’t drill — we don’t get our own natural gas, where we are the actual Saudi Arabia of natural gas, and we could really fuel this country with it. But for some reason, we don’t use it. And it is a lot cheaper, it’s a lot cleaner, and yet we don’t use it because of a lack of leadership. It is hard to believe, but we just don`t use our product — we don’t drill what is right under our feet.

Then Donald Trump was beheaded by a rogue windmill. It was really sad, you guys. I cried. [Newsmax, via ThinkProgress]

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  • nounverb911

    Trump certainly is an expert on disgusting.

    • CthuNHu

      Horrible, loud, disgusting windbag.

  • prommie

    He is the single biggest turd ever pooped out.

  • He hates windmills because he can't stand the competition. Either that or they ruffle that dead thing on his head.

    • RedneckMuslin

      A regular Don Quixote.


    Needs moar Breit-fart.

    Donald, you poor underestimated, over-misunderstood spokesman for the much-maligned shale gas scheme. Of course wind is easier to target with skepticism; what feather-crowned tycoon wouldn't find a problem with a strong gale?

  • ElPinche

    It's understandable. We know why Trump and his furry head pet hates windmills and wind.

  • spends2much

    If wind is destroying the environment, the first step to fixing it would be to,uh, terminate The Donald, am I right? And I don't just mean his blowhard speeches; that guy's farts are definitely toxic.

  • Major Thom

    The Donald should spend more time drilling his current wife and less time jabbering about oil.

    • sewollef

      Eww… the mere thought made me queasy…

  • BaldarTFlagass

    Man, Wonkette needs to get this picture of the Trump in it's quiver:

    • Blueb4sunrise


    • RadioStalingrad

      Looks like he caught in a wind turban.

    • fuflans


      in a hideous, makes you despair for humanity kind of way.

  • I am confused about who we are allowed to wish dead (though Trump would be on my list). Though I might be confused by the massive number of political ads that keep airing in Chicago.

    • fuflans

      at last count (yesterday) i got 20 calls. ALL from romney.

      i am certainly thinking of voting santorum in retaliation.

    • RadioStalingrad

      You're geting super packed with those annoying, formulaic ads.

  • SixThirty

    All those offshore windfarms here in Europe really do ruin our quality of life. I mean, hundreds of miles away with low-to-no environmental impact? The horror.

    • Veritas78

      I can hear the ones in Nantucket Sound all the way up here in Boston, and they're not even built yet!!

  • BaldarTFlagass

    "And they are horrible and a horrible intrusion, ruining communities"

    Was he talking about some of his buildings?

    • Tundra Grifter

      Remember when Louis Black showed those photos of gaudy interiors and asked if they were taken at Donald Chump's buildings or Sadam Insane's palaces?

    • Preferred Customer

      I've been to Atlantic City more times than I care to admit. Frigging inlaws. Anyhoo, by far the nicest human-built structures anywhere around AC are the windmills. Trump's casinos rank a distant last; in fact, I'd put them behind the Fresh Kills lanfill on Staten Island and Chernobyl. At least Chernobyl blew itself up.



    • "Was he talking about some of his buildings?"

      All of them, Katie.

  • johnnymeatworth

    So Trump is himself a windmill, then?

    • NorthStarSpanx

      Windmills are to Trump the way Tree's (as the earth's biggest polluters) were to Reagan?

  • BaldarTFlagass

    "it is a lot cheaper, it’s a lot cleaner, and yet we don’t use it because of a lack of leadership."

    Obama called me this weekend and asked me to make the switch from all-electric to natural gas in my home. I told him to get fucked, he ain't the king of me.

    • Why was he calling YOU and not Bristol Palin????

  • arduinohacker

    Jeppers, where did you get that picture of The Donald? Had he just eaten some bad oysters? Shellfish allergy? It's as bad as that picture of BillO that Al Franken used in his book.

  • iburl

    Substitue "windmills" for "Trump Casinos" and he has a point.

  • VadersEX

    Obviously Mr. Trump has never had a well drilled on property near his home. Well drilling is horrible, loud and disgusting. And I'm in the oil business. It is a messy, dangerous process. Much louder and more disgusting than windmills.

    Sheesh he has a HUGE case of NIMBY.

  • Baconzgood

    "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"

    Fracking is destroying the environment and in many, many poluting watersheds. People are going crazy and townships being shat on over the horrible, noisy, discusting natural gas hydraulic fracturing extraction sites. And they are horrible and a horrible intrusion and ruining communities

    -FUCKING FIXED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!-

    • RadioStalingrad

      Go frack yourself, Donny boy.

    • Blueb4sunrise

      from earlier thread:

      … bacon cheese burgers with no onions….

      WTF??? I did not know this. I need to re-assess my whole world view.

  • bureaucrap

    I'll say it before anyone else does: "Sebaceous Cysts" would be a great name for a band.

    • It would be a great Secret Service code name for Newt Gingrich.

  • elgin_pelican

    Meh. Build more windmills, and Barry Soweto will just import more foreign wind to run them. It's a no-win.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    "The speech included a series of technically true but misleading statements."

    Technically true = because they are.

    Misleading = because he's a blah democrat.

  • hagajim

    Can we put some windmills anywhere near the Donalds mouth – because we all know he blows. This guy could be our greatest source of renewable energy.

  • swordfis

    "Wind is destroying the environment." Is it possible that a person of normal intelligence said this?

    • sewollef


  • WhatTheHeck

    Ok. Trump is the donkey.
    But who’s sitting on his back with the long stick to poke the idiots in the MSM?

  • Tundra Grifter

    Not to mention all those earthquakes in Ohio that were caused by windmills.

    • SorosBot

      Along with the flammable drinking water.

      • Preferred Customer

        And those windmill spills, with bits of windmill parts washing up on beaches all over the world.

        • sewollef

          And those off-shore exploding windmills

  • Preferred Customer

    "Wind is destroying the environment in many, many places." But see Rockets, Love and, No New Tale to Tell, Beggar's Banquet 1987 ("You cannot go against Nature, because when you do/Go against Nature, it's part of Nature, too.").

    • sharethegrief

      People like to hear their name.

      • Preferred Customer

        Hey, I'm no exception.

  • OC_Surf_Serf

    Hating on Windmills?? Don Quixote has a sad…

  • BaldarTFlagass

    "and those tree-hugging motherfuckers want to put a bunch of them windmills offshore of this new golf course I'm developing in Scotland."

  • Trannysurprise

    "And it is a lot cheaper, it’s a lot cleaner, and yet we don’t use it because of a lack of leadership."

    Wasn't all this natural gas in the ground when GWB was in the White House? I guess that's a failure of leadership as well….oh wait, yes – yes it was.

    • chicken_thief

      But…. but…. soshulis, goddamnit!!!!! Wake up, sheeple!!!

  • Is there nothing more important today than what this horrible, loud, disgusting moron has to say?

  • Goonemeritus

    I don’t even know where to start on this, as to his point that we are not drilling for natural gas I live in the middle of the Marcellus Shale region, they are drilling. Yes natural gas is cheaper now because of it but this doesn’t relate to gas being cheaper if they drilled more because oil is easer to ship than natural gas hence its price is set by world price. Modern windmills aren’t very noisy they just aren’t. Are they a blight on the landscape, only in the sense that it takes lots of them to add up to one coal plant. I would much rather live next to a wind farm than a coal plant. I will close where I should have started Mr. Trump is a total douche nozzle and should be shunned.

  • edgydrifter

    Tart up one of those windmills with gold spray paint and make the blades T-shaped and suddenly this gristle-faced conman would be wind power's biggest promoter.

    • Add a buffet, and a floor show. Total class. Completely quiet.

      • People will LOVE it!!! It'll be H-U-U-U-UGE!!!

  • fuflans

    i was at an event at a trump tower yesterday.

    they have styling bathrooms.

  • Blueb4sunrise

    Trump agrees with the Cape Cod elitists?

  • Suddenly imagining the boundless energy we could get from a generator that runs on ego. Finally, Donny would be good for something.

  • PhilippePetain

    "Then Donald Trump was beheaded by a rogue windmill. It was really sad, you guys. I cried."

    I get it… so we have to bemusedly describe the cartoonish death of these travesties of the public square, but not openly wish for it.

    • Hey, she wasn't bemused. She was really sad.

    • Toomush_Infer

      It's tricky….like envisioning Mitt's, Rick's and Newt's little peters just falling off….oops…see how I did that?… so sad…

    • PhilippePetain

      "And then Romney got prison raped with a ten foot dildo shaped like Reagan, died and did not go to Mormon heaven, the end."

    • CommieLibunatic

      I think the point is to avoid invoking Poe's Law on ourselves. You know, when insanity and sarcasm become indistinguishable without an obvious indicator (smilies, </sarcasm> tags, anal sex jokes in the case of Wonkette, etc.).

  • OneYieldRegular

    Yes, just look at the Netherlands, a befouled, wretched wasteland, rendered so horrible and desolate by the power of windmills that the poor people have to grow tulips just to provide what little color they might have in their barren lives.

    • sewollef

      That and smoking a humungous amount of dope…

    • And they have only wooden boxes to wear for shoes.

  • Limeylizzie

    Republican's War on Holland, this might be the final straw especially after this little gem …

    • Chichikovovich

      The Dutch public broadcaster Radio 1 described Santorum's remark as "fact-free politics,

      Hmmm… Those Your a'peein' s seem to catch on fast.

    • Nostrildamus

      "grootschalige bejaardenmoord"

      Not sure, but I think that's the Dutch word for santorum.

  • Texan_Bulldog

    "People are going crazy over the horrible, noisy, disgusting windmills." Do the Dutch know about this? What next? Clogs are Satan's slippers?

  • prommie

    "Technically true" must mean "It would be true if a white person said it, but since we have to assume that this fraudulent kenyan usurper tells only lies, we will call this 'misleading.""

  • prommie

    And then a homeless person shit down Donald's neck? Is that ok, to just run with the image?

  • SorosBot

    Hey now, calling Trump an "embarrassing Muppet" is an insult to the Muppets, who are just awesome and want nothing to do with him.

    • Man0nTheStreet

      The Muppets are part of DisneyReich now, so this association with Trump will only become more accurate over time…

  • eaglewon

    I see those windmills all the time in california, never heard one yet though. Wouldn't you like have to be standing next to one or sitting on top it to hear it?

    • I thought the same thing. Driving from Tucson to San Diego I go past a bunch that are on tribal lands and they just make a noise like a fan. Maybe if you're standing right under one … But they're in a pretty remote area. I suspect they're powering the tribe's casino. Maybe that's The Donald's problem. His competitors aren't paying Atlantic City Electric bills.

  • HippieEsq

    I'll bet a MILLION of Mitt's dollars that the Donald's Helicopter/Leer Jet is requred to fly some alternate route to Palm Desert becuase of the wind farms and the extra 4 minutes of travel time is just ruining, RUINING, his despicable life (4 minutes at a time).

    • Yes, and I'm sure his air transportation is totally silent.

  • chicken_thief

    "…we don’t drill."

    "We" don't own any rigs or mineral rights. Private oil companies do. So unless The Donald is suggesting that "we" nationalize the oil/natural gas industry, there isn't a lot "we" can do about bringing wells on line.

  • Toomush_Infer

    By "destroying the environment" I trust he means the view from certain mansions of what those owners would like to say they own….we lived in sw Minnesota back in the 80s and 90s among a huge expansion of wind machines – monumental, quiet, profitable and a great place to picnic….just…well…fuck him…

  • FakaktaSouth

    I don't honestly know how loud a windmill is because we LUrVE coal where I live, at least til the tap water (we have inside tap water!) catches fire, because, freedom – but since Donnie T says they are terrible, windmills must be really really awesome and now I want one.

    • Limeylizzie

      With every comment you make, FakataSouth,I want to come to your house with a supply of baked goods, wrap you in a large, downy, comfy blanket and whisk you away to the safety of New York City.

      • FakaktaSouth

        And I do appreciate you ever so, as I am in desperate want of a blankey. And a skill or trade, or for my spousal supporter to get as good a job somwhere else. But as soon as we figure THAT out, we outta here, I promise. It really has gotten unbearable for all of us and I don't want my poor kids to never know how much better it could be.

  • KommunistKitty

    Wait, didn't Cervantes already write this book?

  • Chichikovovich

    The Donald is in good company. Here is some other classic architectural criticism.

    Those windmills are a blot on the landscape and will be torn down within a decade.
    — Erasmus Trump 1505

    The new fangled Notre Dame cathedral with its infantile gargoyles and silly flying buttresses shames us all. It will be abandoned, with none but hunchbacks and gypsies ever comng near it.
    Reynaud Trump, 1345

    Why not a cylinder or a cube? Much classier.
    Notkufu Trump, 2560 B.C.

    • Doktor StrangeZoom

      My Lord, I would like to present to you this new design for a diesel-powered wind-mill.

      –Bergholt Stutley "Bloody Stupid" Johnson

  • Guppy

    "Wind is destroying the environment in many, many places."

    Places like Joplin, thanks to climate change.

  • dijetlo

    Hmmm, here is a man just a quiver at the prospect of fracking for natural gas. Just a word of caution, Donny, no glove, no love.
    "Disgusting windmills"….what is that, some kind of dirty Sanchez? You kids with your sexy talk…

  • CommieLibunatic

    Dear The Donald Trump: I and poetic gaming sissies thatgamecompany would beg to differ.

  • CivicHoliday

    I dare you to go to a rural community where Fracking has been taking place and drink the well water, Mr. Trump. I triple dog dare you.

  • CommieLibunatic

    Eh, wind is a less wild and ugly idea than, say, the thanatropic generator.

  • CessnaDriver

    Trumpy has always been an idiot, but he sealed it with two things:

    Presenting the promotional "birth certificate" from the hospital where he was born as his "birth certificate".

    Berating and belittling Marlee Matlin for not knowing who Dionne Warwick was. When Ms. Matlin said that she didn't know music stars because she was deaf, Trumpee doubled down and said she should have known who Ms. Warwick was, while doing his dismissive little frown/headshake combo.

  • Doktor StrangeZoom
  • Geminisunmars

    He's right about windmills ruining the environment. If you put up the windmills it attracts wind to your area, and before you know it tornadoes are being spawned.

  • LiveToServeYa

    As 'Santorum' acquired a new meaning, so should 'Trump', allowing future generations to say, "I just dumped a Trump." with astounding sonority.

  • kissawookiee

    Build a bunch of windmills and before you know it the neighborhood will be overrun with old men with lances and attendants named "Sancho," both of whom speak Messican and are therefore probably illegal.

  • Come here a minute

    It's and ill wind that blows from Trump's pie-hole.

  • JustPixelz

    If he thinks windmills are horrible and noisy and disgusting, he should spend a few minutes next to a fossil fuel burning power plant. Or the impact of a coal mine to get that fuel.

    Or listening to the panicked screams when the sirens go off at a nuclear plant. Or even the roar of hydro-electric.

    He's one of those people who like electricity but want to be ignorant of how it's donw.

  • owhatever

    The Donald speaking on the Fox. Noise, that's all.

  • Mahousu

    The Trump is right. If a steel mill produces steel, obviously a windmill produces wind. And ever since we started installing all those windmills, we got exactly what you'd expect – tornadoes and hurricanes. That, my friends, is logic.

    Same thing with solar, by the way – we set up all those solar farms and sure enough, the last decade has been the hottest on record. There's your man-made global warming, right there.

  • Donald Trump is the Vic Morrow of politics.

    • Man0nTheStreet

      Do windmill blades have the same "effectiveness" as helicopter blades?

  • Man0nTheStreet

    So, Mistah Chump again said something boldly, loudly stupid – but what else would we expect from a short-fingered vulgarian like Teh Donold?

  • DaRooster

    "Wind is destroying the environment in many, many places."

    Well then I think Mittard Romney should definitely stop the wind once he is Preznit.
    The water flowing in rivers causes erosion also, too… so we should dam all the damn rivers.
    It truly is too bad that we don't have windmills set up during this erection thing the (R)s got going… maybe it would be both loud enough to drown them out and we could pick up some free 'tricity.

  • Schmegeg

    Trump is the Galactic Emperor of natural gas.

  • Aridzona

    Donald Trump epitomizes natural gas.

  • tessiee

    Short fingered vulgarian.
    That is all.

  • Veritas78

    Is it tasteless to mention that two of his sons just made the news for shooting a leopard (and a bunch of other stuff) on safari, which was okay because they gave the meat to the locals?

    • tessiee

      "shooting a leopard"

      Good God, how disgusting. I would have thought it was impossible for that family to be any more worthless. The Palins must be sick with envy.

  • tessiee

    "When Ms. Matlin said that she didn't know music stars because she was deaf, Trumpee doubled down and said she should have known who Ms. Warwick was"

    From calling her psychic hotline?

  • tessiee

    "boohoo Obama won’t let us drill baby drill all the time forever"

    What's with the ragging on Obama? I thought Donald was best friends with The Cullid.

  • tessiee

    "Trumpy, you can do stupid things!"

    [Bonus wite kasuls to anyone who can identify where that quote is from]

  • C_R_Eature

    Well, if nobody's said this yet, I will: ‘Horrible, Loud, Disgusting’ is a perfect description of Donald Trump.
    There. I said it because it was Fun.

  • Nipsey

    Wind is horrible and disgusting, unlike…oh, I don't know…oil spills in the Gulf.

  • ttommyunger

    Is it OK to say I'd really like to outlive Donald Trump?

  • It's a good thing that air pollution has absolutely zero impact on living conditions.

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