Letters for Thursday, July 27, 2017

• White House now just reality TV

White House now just reality TV

America’s most popular reality show is no longer the “Celebrity Apprentice” starring Donald J. Trump. It still stars Donald Trump, however it is a new show I like to call, “The White House Live, starring Donald Trump Friends and Family!” This show can be seen on every major network and even on many cable networks — even on the internet if you subscribe to certain feeds.

I believe the White House Live should be up for many awards this coming season. Best reality show, best non-politician to play a president, the most beautiful model to ever play a first lady, along with the prettiest Jewish girl to ever play a first daughter and at times fill in for president. Oy!

The awards show will be in October when Juice (OJ Simpson) is released from prison. Juice will host the awards ceremony. Mr. Simpson, when asked about hosting the ceremony, said he cannot wait to announce he will be running on the Democratic ticket against “The Donald” in the next presidential election. Juice emphasized his dream has always been to take a stab at running for president, after-all he has taken a stab at many other things in his career and been successful.

He asked our staff here at dakinetalk blog to keep it under lock and key until after the award show airs.

When Hillary Clinton was asked for comment she could be heard saying behind her breath, “Juice!, Juice!, Juice!.” Her nurses then gave her OJ (orange juice) through baby bottles to calm her nerves.

Well, so much for keeping it under wraps? OK folks, you thought the 2016 election was the election of the century, just wait for 2020—- its bound to be a real kitty grabber…

OJ vs. “The Donald,” maybe the greatest presidential election ever? Time will tell.

James “Kimo” Rosen, Kapaa


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