Which part of this statement is the most nonsensical?

Ralph Reed on Donald Trump: “Evangelicals will like his pro-life and pro-marriage stances, combined with his business record and high-wattage celebrity all but guarantee he will get a close look from social conservatives as well as other Republican primary voters.”

Oh. My. God. So much nonsense packed into one, relatively short sentence.

Pro-life: Trump was, until he decided to become a right-wingnut, emphatically pro-choice: “I believe it is a personal decision that should be left to the women and their doctors,” he said.

Pro-marriage: Hells, yes, Trump is pro-marriage. He’s so pro-marriage that he’s been married three times. (Full disclosure: I, too, am on my third – and final – marriage; the difference is I don’t put myself up as an arbiter of who ought to be able to marry and who shouldn’t.)

Business record: As many times as he’s been married, Trump has declared bankruptcy even more often: 1991, 1992, 2004, and 2009.

It really speaks volumes about the current condition of the Republican electorate – crazed – and its 2012 presidential field – barren – that Trump is essentially the current GOP frontrunner.

(h/t Balloon Juice)

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