Donald Trump for president? I'd rather have Christine O'Donnell.

If there is a country called Hot Air. I'd want Donald too run for president of it. He'd win in a landslide.

He's the original hot air balloon boy.

At least Christine O'Donnell has lived an ordinary life, knows what it is like to be unemployed, lose a mortgage, struggle.

The Donald was handed his wealth by his rich father, Fred. He's a member of the lucky sperm club.

He's about as much as self-made man as Prince Charles and just as delusional about his talents.

He is an egomaniac on a mission with an army of public relations flacks to take down every word he utters and try to get them into Page 6 the gossip column in The New York Post.

He ran before for president, in 1996 which is something you won't hear from his flacks and pulled out after the public response was a large raspberry.

He wants to run as a Republican, the party that is fast becoming the Monty Python flying circus of off the wall candidates.

"I'm a Republican so if I did anything, I'd do it, I guess, as a Republican," Trump said. "I'm totally being serious because I can't stand what's happening to the country. First time I am being serious about it. I've been asked for years to do it. And I had no interest. This is the first time I am -- at least I'm considering it. That doesn't say I'm going to do it ... but I am seriously considering it."

Time magazine reported that "somebody" had been polling New Hampshire residents and the survey included dozens of questions about Trump.

Trump denies it was him, but bet your bottom dollar it was.

"I think my whole life has sort of been about finesse when you get right down to it. I mean it's -- what running a country is, is to a certain extent we have to bring principle back and we have to also bring common sense back," Trump said. "We have no common sense. We have no common sense. And we're losing this country. Mark my words, if we keep going this way, we're losing this country. It will no longer be great. It's not respected to anywhere near what it used to be."

Donald Trump is to finesse what Ballon Boy was to real news.

His massive ego wants constant stroking so he will get that and more from the media caravan.

Then they will move on, leaving the Donald barking into the empty night.

Come back Christine O'Donnell,all is forgiven.