Trump-South-Park I used to despise Donald Trump. He’s an arrogant, narcissistic douchebag who speaks in canned one-liners and stupid catchphrases, and his only ambition aside from making money is ensuring the cameras are always directed squarely at him.

Ironically, the same characteristics that make me hate him as a person make me love him as a politician.

America is now more of a reality show than a country, and Trump is using his celebrity and over-the-top personality to ensure he’s always the center of attention. But in another way he also represents rebellion against an increasingly totalitarian regime.

We’re becoming a country held hostage by the thought-police masquerading as our media and government. It’s like living under a stifling religious dictatorship without the fiction of a reward in the next life.

Tolerance and other assorted gayness are supposed to be their own prize, but anyone with any sense should know that’s just nutty

Earlier in the week Trump suggested banning Muslim immigrants, kind of like Japan does, and the leftist media and political structure lost its collective shit – kind of like Trump knew they would.

The more I watch this guy, the more I realize he may actually be far smarter (or dumber) than I ever realized. It’s easy to say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, and generally only retards say it and mean it, but for Trump it may actually be true.

He has embraced the fact that he’s a living, breathing cartoon, and if film and television have taught me anything, it’s that nothing permanently hurts a Toon.