Thursday, April 27, 2017

Tax-free and loving it

You show me a voter who says,"I voted for Donald Trump last time, and I'm voting for him again next time"... and I'll show you a fucking idiot. As a candidate, Cornholio promised them they were voting for a precedent (sic) who would be exactly like the character he played on a TV show. And they fell for it.

The great Cornholio released his long-awaited tax plan (single-page version) this week, and virtually every key feature will personally enrich the so-called precedent (sic) and his rotten spawn. There's an unexpected bombshell for the headlines, right?

Sunday, April 23, 2017

One Hundred Days

The great Cornholio needs Congress to pass a budget bill, repeal Obamacare, and fund his border wall fantasy. And he needs it by Friday.

The reply to Cornholio should be delivered loudly and clearly: Nobody gives a fuck what you need. Not in 100 days, not in 100 years.

Cornholio and Beauregard are a pair of fools. There's no reason to believe anything either one says. Mexico's reply to this shit spill about being financially responsible for Cornholio's wall should be entertaining. The last one was.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017


In 2000, Al Gore won the popular vote by 543,895 votes overall. In Florida, he lost by 537 votes. Green Party candidate Ralph Nader got 97,488 votes in Florida. Gore also lost New Hampshire by 7,211 votes, and Nader got 22,198. If Ralph Nader's votes in either New Hampshire or Florida had gone to Al Gore instead, the United States would never have known what life would be like with George W. Bush in the White House.

In 2016, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by nearly 2,865,000 votes, but lost in the Electoral College because she was edged out by around 70,000 total votes in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. If the votes in those three states that went to the Green Party candidate had gone to Hillary Clinton instead, we'd have missed the experience of having a TV reality show host trying to run the country, especially one who's also a dangerous mental case.

I have my doubts that the Democratic Party can make any appreciable progress toward winning the hearts and minds of assholes who still view the so-called precedent (sic) favorably after 100 days of this fucking horse shit. Maybe they'll have more luck winning the hearts and minds of people who voted for Ralph Nader or Jill Stein because they thought Gore would be as bad as Bush, or Clinton would be worse than Trump.

Friday, April 14, 2017


The estimated cost of each Tomahawk missile is 832,000 dollars, and the cost of one Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) is 16,000,000 dollars. The total amount we spent to blow stuff up this week was roughly 65,100,000 dollars. I'm not sure what we have to show for it.

Update 3:00 PM Sunday 16 April: Some good news today. There are now reports that the per-unit cost of one MOAB is probably closer to $170,000 than $16,000,000.

Does anybody actually know how much money we really need to protect the country?

Sunday, April 9, 2017

An unbecoming becoming

A few weeks ago, Fatso read a speech to Congress, his state of the onion (sic) address, and some media asshole peed in his panties on CNN and declared that Fatso became the President that night.

That lasted about 36 hours, until Fatso's next rampage on Twitter.

In a desperate attempt to divert attention from various investigations of his Russian connection, Fatso blasted a Syrian air base with 50,000,000 dollars worth of Tomahawk missiles, and another media asshole peed in his panties on CNN and declared that Fatso became the President AGAIN.

Why are the talking heads on CNN so eager to fall for a con man's bullshit? And how many times does that fat motherfunker (sic) get to become president? 

Thursday, April 6, 2017


The so-called precedent (sic) speaks a form of gibberish and every time he addresses the press, he embarrasses himself [quoted below]:
Trump tried to dodge the rest of the question about responsibility, but the AP’s Julie Pace followed up and forced the president to answer (as follows): 
I now have responsibility, and I will have that responsibility and carry it very proudly. I will tell you that. It is now my responsibility. It was a great opportunity missed. As you know, I’ll be meeting with the president of China very soon in Florida, and that’s another responsibility we have and that’s the country of North Korea. We have a big problem. We have somebody who’s not doing the right thing, and that’s going to be my responsibility, and I’m going to tell you that responsibility would be a lot easier if it was handled years ago. 
Added 1:36 PM Thursday 6 April:

Another example of Fatso's intellectual deficiency is provided in his interpretation of a remark by a distinguished Democratic congressman. If he was seven years old instead of seventy, we might be able to make excuses for him, maybe.

Added 5:16 PM same day: This is one of those times we should probably be worried that a TV reality show performer with the intellect of a third-grader is in charge of decisions involving war and peace.


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.