Miller commented on the Republican race saying Ted Cruz was “too stiff” and Marco Rubio is a “nasty dude.”
Dennis Miller: I didn’t see this coming but Trump the billionaire has become a blue collar hero. I think when John Roberts jammed Obamacare through, John Roberts, I remember thinking, that is the straw that broke the Camel smoker’s back. I think all these guys in the rust belt are thinking, I’m getting screwed around out here. I know Trump has a gold-plated apartment but in an odd way he’s appealing to the rust belt. I think I heard Romney’s coming out tomorrow. You know, I love Mitt, I voted for him. I don’t know what he’s doing if he’s not jumping in. If he’s coming out to trash Trump, oh I see, he’s going to be done in by the Republicans. It’s going to be that “Et tu Brute” thing… And there’s no coincidence involved in that there’s an “R U” in Cruz, Rubio and Brute…
Bill O’Reilly: Let me tell you something about Trump. He’s essentially a blue collar guy. I sit there at the game with him and, I mean, we’re not eating caviar, we’re eating hotdogs. And he’s an ex-shortstop. He played baseball.
Dennis Miller: All of that seems superfluous. But he’s starting to make some good enemies. And that always intrigues me. Listen Ted Cruz seems like a smart guy but he’s stiff, man. They got to pump some goose grease into those armpits and get him moving. Rubio I’m almost afraid to talk against now. Because I thought I knew him a week ago. I didn’t know him at all. He is a nasty piece of work. And I find it interesting that Rubio only found his voice when tellingly the higher ups in the GOP told him to find his voice. It’s weird to me.
Via The O’Reilly Factor: