Self-appointed defenders of conservatism have a thing about Donald Trump’s genitals. First we had National Review’s Rich Lowry enthusing that “Carly cut his balls off with the precision of a surgeon.”
And now, Marco Rubio is speculating about the size of Donald’s penis (thereby, incidentally, alienating every male voter who might be insecure on that point).
New York magazine called Marco’s boots “fashionable, incredibly well-heeled black leather ankle boots,” and declared that “a vote for Marco Rubio is a vote for men’s high-heeled booties.” The more conservative website FITSNews opined that Marco’s “decidedly metrosexual footwear” was one more reason not to vote for him.
The most curious comment on Marco’s boots came from talk show host Joe Scarborough who described them as “shagalacious.” This is a term used by Austin Powers, as in the film The Spy Who Shagged Me. It relates to a sex act, and I frankly don’t know what Joe was implying.
Marco says that Donald asked for a full-length mirror during the break at the Texas debate. Marco made ha-ha by speculating that perhaps it was “to make sure his pants weren’t wet.” I think, rather, that it was to make sure that his pants weren’t bunching up around his feet the way that Marco’s do. Or, for that matter, the way that Ted Cruz’s do.
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