By Thomas Madison

It appears that Jeb Bush is a dirty-fighting crybaby! In his perpetual crusade to derail Donald Trump’s campaign at any cost, Bush has been placing plants at Trump campaign events to put The Donald on the spot with hateful Megan Kelly-style questions.

At a recent stop in New Hampshire, Trump chose a young woman, Lauren Batchelder, from the audience to ask a question. With hands-on-hips in defiant feminist fashion, the apparent Bush plant challenged in a surly manner “If you become president will a woman make the same as a man and do I get to choose what I do with my body?”

Trump’s reply was prompt and honest, explaining that if a woman does as good a job as a man she will be paid the same and that he is unapologetically pro-life. I wish he would have said, “The market determines how much people are paid, not the president,” and “Yes, you will get to choose what you do with your body…. but not someone else’s.” ALL lives matter!

Then it was discovered that Batchelder is an intern for Jeb Bush, who denies engineering the incident. I wonder if she is the same sort of drooling intern as Monica Lewinsky.

In typical New York fashion, The Donald returned the favor. Click on and see where it takes you. The url has been redirected to Trump’s official campaign site.

I don’t know if Trump is actually behind this, but if he is, kudos for job well done and with humor. Well played, sir!

Excerpted from an article by Lisa Hagen, The Hill

“A site with the domain name redirects to the real estate mogul’s official presidential campaign page,, and features Trump’s slogan with options to support or donate to his campaign.

Bush’s official presidential campaign page uses the domain name
The Daily Caller reported Monday that is registered to PTY Ltd., which manages domain names, and noted that the website was updated on Nov. 21.

Two other domain names that incorporate Bush’s name and the word president already exist but aren’t operated by his campaign. is a blog about a gay couple who owns the website and is used to oppose Bush’s record. That website says it was updated on Dec. 7.

Trump remains atop the polls, with 29.5 percent support, and Bush lags behind in fifth place, with 4 percent, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of national polls.”