The spelling (& Jerkish) of the President: update

IMG_3905We are humbeled, Mr President.


As the great American novelist Philip Roth has recently commented to the New Yorker: “Whatever I may have seen as their limitations of character or intellect, neither [Richard Nixon nor George W. Bush] was anything like as humanly impoverished as Trump is: ignorant of government, of history, of science, of philosophy, of art, incapable of expressing or recognizing subtlety or nuance, destitute of all decency, and wielding a vocabulary of seventy-seven words that is better called Jerkish than English.”


2 thoughts on “The spelling (& Jerkish) of the President: update

  1. yonatan solberg

    As I pointed out a few days ago, (among other justifiably sarcastic observations, this misspelling is actually a result of the complimentary harmonica which this most un-musical of presidents recieved (sic)_ as an ‘unpresidented’ (sic) gift from the Hohner firm, a German manufacturer of fine musical instruments. Perhaps in hopes of being exempted from a 40% import taxes currently being ‘vetted’.
    If I assume, from a too-brief perusal here, that you value literacy, please ‘do go on’, at your pleasure, with ‘outing’ this scourge of a ‘great’ Leader, nekkid of even any pretense of basic literacy/ JS/ Israel/ USA


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