Thursday, July 30, 2015

He Could Win, Or He Could Lose, Based On Whichever Calvinball Rules We Put In Place

I hope reporters know this kind of coverage is just stupid.
Mr. Trump could come away a winner if he makes cogent points without sounding too hostile, presenting himself as more of a serious-minded, anti-establishment voice in a primary crowded with career Republican politicians. But there are risks for him if he turns the debate stage in Cleveland into another episode of the reality show his campaign has sometimes resembled.

Or maybe if he bites the head off a bat he'll poll at 158%? If he shows up in a bathrobe and slippers it'll be over? Probably his best bet is to summarize Ulysses in a sonnet written by him and performed in a Geordie accent?

All this stuff is just made up.