As lie after lie is piled on by current leading Republican Presidential nominee, Donald Trump, most reasonable people have called into question his self proclaimed virtue of "telling it like it is."
"I tell it like it is, and that is why everybody loves me," Trump is quoted as saying to himself in the mirror every morning.
However with dubious statements that claim such impossibilities as "(a)100% increase in registered voter turn out in some districts", and "We (Trump University) have an "A" from the Better Business Bureau." Trump has really made a case against his own honesty. Thinking people are questioning if this guy can try and put false words into Gandhi's mouth, is there really anything he won't lie about to get what he wants? The obvious answer is, "no, there is nothing this guy won't say to win the presidency."
Now, a gathering movement to force Trump to face his own lack of scruples is starting to take shape. "Show the Dome" is a campaign to force Trump to deal with the lie that he is clearly perpetuating on himself, the idea that he still has hair on his head. "Domers", as the movement supporters are called, are asking Donald Trump to show America what his hair actually looks like if he doesn't comb it over in all directions.
"Hey, everybody wants to look their best, but at some point you have to deal with the facts or risk making yourself look ridiculous. If this man wants to prove that he is trustworthy enough to be president, first he has to show that he can honestly confront his own ego and insecurities," Dave Cable, one of the Domers has stated. "His hair is like so many of the things he says; it couldn't even stand up to the scrutiny of a stiff breeze."
Beyond the political ramifications of Trump's self-denial, even some of his supporters think he needs to address his unfathomable hair gymnastics in a more practical manner.
"When your head looks like a topographical map of Mars, maybe it's time to admit that you might actually look better bald," Chris Christie, an ardent Trump support said.
At this point, it is unclear, but also highly unlikely that Trump will answer his detractors with anything more than deflective bloviation. That is how he handles anything he doesn't want to hear, so the smart money is on Donald Trump remaining rudely immature, yet consistent.
"Ultimately, this is a question of character," Cable has stated. "If a man is willing to go to such extreme measures to avoid accepting his own shortcomings, what other things is he lying to himself about? If Donald Trump can't be honest with himself, there is very little chance that he is being honest with anyone else. If he becomes president, and has to deal with something real that he can't just blow off or make up as he goes along, are you comfortable with the choices someone like him might make?"
The "Show the Dome" campaign is asking you for your support to ask Donald Trump to prove that he has enough integrity to leave his ego behind, and face America without the benefit of a baseball cap.