Another colorful Trump supporter.
Source: Raw Story
Billionaire businessman Ernie Boch Jr., President and CEO of Subaru New England, told CNN on Thursday that he supported Donald Trump because picking a presidential candidate was like having to pick a girl to take home before the bar closes.
Boch gave his reasoning to a perplexed Chris Cuomo on CNN thusly:
“You’ve got to think of it like this, it’s 2 a.m. and there’s a few girls at the bar, you have to go home with one of them,” Boch opined. “So, you have to pick who you are with. And I think that Mr. Trump is the best qualified.”
The answer stunned Cuomo.
“Hold on a second, Ernie,” the CNN host replied. “Your analogy for what makes you the right guy when you get the bad call at 2 a.m. is what you need to do in the bar when you have women there and you have to decide which one? Is that how your head works?”
“You’re misunderstanding!” Boch insisted. “If you’re single you understand this. You know, it’s the end of the night, you want to go home with somebody. You know, the bar is about to close. You have to pick somebody!”
Driftglass sums it up:
And that, boys and girls, is not the opening of a second-rate Raymond Carver story contest entry. No, it is the psych profile of the average Trump voter as translated from the original douchbag by professional tin pusher, beer-goggle Colin Farrell and Trump supporter, Ernie Boch, Jr.
And probably Ernie's last national tv appearance on his behalf.