Dear Mr. Trump,
The other day I came across David Axelrod on TV, cautiously suggesting that perhaps you might be jealous of Barack Obama.
I admit that I find it disheartening the way Washington circles the wagons when one of the chosen turns out to be a lemon (or, in your case, an orange). You can practically see it tattooed across their foreheads: "What can I get out of this without losing any votes?" Screw nuclear winter, global warming, and neo-Nazi's! They're more worried about their cousin's appointment to 2nd undersecretary to the ambassador of Tonga.
But getting back to this thing you have with Obama (and John McCain, too, BTW): Dude! I totally get it!
Back in high school, when I was about 16, I had this BIG crush on a guy named John. I mean, I was full-on, sixteen-year-old-girl ga-ga, crush at first sight. And my world came crashing down when, on the second day of our acquaintance, I overheard him talking to his best friend about Carmen, a young lady he clearly admired.
Carmen didn't know I existed, and when we were finally introduced, she was very nice (damn her). She was tall, blonde, smart, talented, and funny. And she had BIG BOOBS (tucking them into your pants now, eh Carmen?), which sort of mirrors your tiny hands complex.
I was CONSUMED with jealousy, which lingered like the taste of Fresca, even after John and I became a big item and then eventually broke up.
My point is that, though all of this played out in my own mind instead of a global arena, I spent many an hour trying to console myself by criticizing Carmen's smallest flaws. Hey, it was my Mean Girls stage!
And you're in your Mean Girls stage with Obama. Though it's an unusually long one, if we count the whole "Birther Movement" comedy.
But I understand. After all, truth be told, you fall a little short in comparison with your predecessor:
- He's younger than you.
- He dresses better.
- He's better looking.
- He has better hair.
- He's better educated.
- People like him. And miss him. A lot.
- He has a higher IQ. (Don't argue, it's obvious.)
- He won the popular vote.
- He has bigger hands.
- And crowd sizes.
AND, though I'm only guessing here, he's tougher than you are. I'm willing to bet that Sarah Huckabee Sanders would beat you in an arm wrestling match.
Thus, you have your reasons. And my sympathy.
So let's move on now, shall we?