Which GOP candidate is the least likable?


I’m not going to get into any of the candidates here because there’s not a lot to discuss.

But if you’ve ever been in a bar or coffee shop, you’ve probably encountered someone who just seems like a bad person.

It could be someone you know, or someone you’re not.

It can be someone who gets all upset if you say “hi,” and then immediately begins yelling at you and your friends.

The worst offender might be someone whose main focus is making other people feel bad, even though he or she is actually helping them.

When I was younger, I didn’t really get into politics until I had to vote for a Republican.

I had no idea that it was a very bad thing to do.

But it wasn’t until I started getting involved with politics in the last two elections that I realized it was so bad.

It’s really just the way that most politicians operate.

The GOP candidate I’ve seen in the past few weeks, Donald Trump, is a serial bully, who just wants to be the center of attention.

He’s the guy who would put you in a headlock and have you handcuffed, and then take your wallet and cash.

He would make you do it for him and take it from you.

I mean, what are you going to do?

He’s just a big, mean bully, and I mean that in the most extreme of terms.

The most recent incident I had was in February, when he tried to assault a reporter for the Washington Post who was asking him questions about how he was treating people in the press corps.

He tried to grab my arm and put it under his jacket, and the reporter managed to break it free.

When you have someone like this on the ticket, I think you want someone who has a record of being a bully who bullies other people.

Trump’s other recent attacks on women, on immigrants, and on people who are gay have made him one of the most disliked politicians in America.

He is also the most unpopular politician in America, according to Gallup.

He has a 35 percent approval rating and a 62 percent disapproval rating.

That’s pretty bad.

He just needs to make some changes.

But he has one idea that could make a big difference.

He thinks that the United States is in a war with radical Islam, and that he is going to start bombing Islamic countries.

Trump has made it clear that he’s not worried about losing voters, and he has a knack for exploiting the problems that most people have to win over those who are more conservative or liberal.

But for people like me, we have two choices.

We can either accept that Trump is a terrible candidate who has been on a crusade to divide people, and is a racist, or we can look at a plan that is more effective and better for the country, which is to put the country first.

The plan I propose is one that I’ve always believed in.

It involves putting the nation first.

It doesn’t involve bombing Islamic nations or killing terrorists.

It does involve building the infrastructure that can support American workers and American businesses, and it does involve making sure that we have a strong military, the military that is the backbone of our country, the American people.

I think it’s an idea that is really, really important.

And I think that Trump will be better off if he embraces it.

What I am going to talk about in this piece is why I think Trump would be better as president than he is now, and what his plan is to do it.

If you’re new to this, you might not realize that I have been on the conservative radio network, The Rush Limbaugh Show, for about four years now.

That is a record that is very, very important for conservatives in the Republican Party.

I have done a lot of interviews with people in various positions of power and I have not been able to find a single conservative in politics that I can’t say is a good person.

I’ve found that the most effective and trustworthy people I’ve interviewed have always been people who I’ve known personally, who I have worked with over the years, and who have had a clear understanding of how they can be effective.

But I don’t think most people who work for me know that I also have a very clear understanding that the Republican party is a party that is a little bit too much like the Democratic party, and too much too tolerant of people who aren’t white and Christian.

That includes a lot, actually, of Republicans.

When Rush Limbaugh came on the radio program, I said, “What are you doing on this program?”

And he said, I’m going to tell you what I know about the Republican leadership.

And he didn’t do a lot.

He didn’t spend a lot on TV advertising.

He had an office on Capitol Hill that he could use.

I said to him, “Well, why don’t you get a few staffers and hire them as your staffers?”

And we got about two hundred people to work on the