Thursday, September 22, 2016

Awkward?

They're often old, white, and uneducated, but they're always conservative. They represent between thirty and forty percent of the American electorate, which means they're too big to compromise, but too small to win. No wonder they're always pissed off, and no wonder they've managed to fuck up the country for the past 5 or 6 years.

Monday, September 12, 2016

It's hopeless.

According to her doctor, HRC has pneumonia but is recovering nicely. Unfortunately, there's no cure for the Cheese Doodle's condition.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

All they really want

Cheese Puff is living proof that what most Republican voters really want is a President who's as stupid as they are. Once we recognize that simple fact, everything else that's happening makes sense.

Republicans who are capable of experiencing embarrassment are probably looking at third party alternatives.

Thank god for the Internet. I can keep an eye on The Dump without actually watching his sorry ass on television.

Matt Lauer of NBC is to responsible journalism what Cheese Puff is to competent government. The so-called 'forum' was pretty much two show-biz wannabes jacking each other off for thirty minutes. I only needed to watch two minutes of Lauer's attempts to blindside HRC to recognize he's just another worthless airhead who should've been fired by the network within an hour after he went off the air.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Please, just shut up.


According to Kellyanne Conway, the reason her candidate is trailing Mrs. Clinton in public opinion polls is that people are embarrassed or ashamed to admit to another human being that they really plan to vote for Dump. He does much better in online polls when his fans aren't talking to another person.

This is more of Conway's bullshit. She's been squirting it out for years. But even if it was true, people refusing to admit they like him says a lot about how rotten Dump is.

Maybe Kellyanne should just zip it, once and for all.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Mister Moderate? Whatever.

Dump has based his entire presidential run on an undisguised appeal to ignorant low-income white yahoos, white nationalist radicals, and crazy old white geezers who are scared of everyone who isn't a crazy old white geezer. His supporters include some of the worst scumbags in the country, and a few million people who wouldn't be allowed to vote if I was making the rules for the universe.

Dump's approach served him well in the Republican primaries, when he steamrolled the other fifteen or so stinking losers who wanted the nomination.

Now Dump is the one getting steamrolled, and suddenly the worthless jack-wad is trying to moderate his image and his message. I'm guessing that Dump pretending to be Mitt Romney is going to be a hard sell, and I can't imagine it going over well with audience members who want a wall built along the southern border and about 11 million Mexicans and Muslims sent back to where they came from.

Added 12:24 PM on Tuesday 23 August:

Washington Monthly documents Dump's shifting position on immigration and deportation. Makes me wonder just how long he can imitate Mitt before the neo-Nazis start to abandon him.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Geezer Power

Copied from Daily Kos, regarding data from a PPP poll of Texas voters. Cheesy leads HRC by six points overall, but...

"Trump's lead is based entirely on his holding a 63-33 advantage among seniors. With voters under 65, Clinton leads him 49-45. And when you look just specifically at voters under 45, Clinton leads Trump 60-35. Older voters are overwhelmingly responsible for the Republican advantage in Texas, and generational change is likely to help Democrats become more competitive."

Another confirmation of something we already suspected. The Republican Party depends upon the same geezers who keep Fox News Channel at the top of the cable news totem pole (FNC viewers are mostly white people over age 65).

PS: On the secession issue, 59 percent of Texans want to remain part of the United States, and 26 percent want to secede. Here's what's scary: fifteen percent can't decide. That means four out of ten Texans are at least open to the idea. Dumb fucks.

KEY FACT

Dedicated to Jim Ferguson. If you don't know who Jim Ferguson is, you (a) haven't seen The Missouri Breaks, or (b) have an inadequate ability to fully assimilate movie trivia.