Thursday, April 18, 2019

Bullshit Glue

Now that the Booger Barr version of Mueller's report is available for downloading by anyone with an Internet connection and a little free space on a USB drive, media reporting is apparently taking a smarter slant than what I saw when Booger's original four-page press release was the only available document. Today, even Fox News talking heads are rolling their eyes, so to speak.

For Republicans, all that's left for them is to hold Donnie Hump's base together with bullshit glue. Kellyanne Conway says that Donnie's in a great mood and ready to accept apologies from everybody. The base loves shit like that...

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Dealing with Corruption, Part I

Unless the abridged edition of the Mueller investigation report is much more informative than is anticipated, the consensus is that a legal battle is right around the corner (see Daily Kos for more analysis). One idea catching my attention is that instead of impeaching the orange piss stain, the House might initiate impeachment proceedings against Booger Barr, assuming he ignores the inevitable House subpoena for the complete report. This idea is even more appealing now that we're getting a closer look at Booger's potential conflicts of interest (which should have dictated his recusal). If nothing else, the motherfucker needs to be dragged through the microscopic examination that should have been part of his Senate confirmation.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Analogy

After spending a little time online, reading updated reports about the orange piss stain and his followers, this comparison occurred to me:

Imagine 100 brain-damaged chimpanzees trying to force 48,000 gallons of shit into a dozen empty Coke bottles. There's endless chaos and shit all over everything. It stopped being amusing after the first ten minutes.

The question is, how long are we going to put up with this?

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Bad, Booger, bad!

Booger Barr testified before the House Appropriations Committee today, and based on the news coverage of the appearance, he obviously needs severe punishment for bad behavior. Booger is another textbook example of the rule that being a worthless asshole is a prerequisite for appointment to positions in Donnie Sumo's so-called "administration."

Friday, April 5, 2019

Pete Buttigieg

Every time I turn around, I come across a very positive report on Pete Buttigieg. I only recently learned how to pronounce his surname, so he's not a person I've been following off and on for a few years. From what I've read so far, he's the complete exact opposite of the Orange Piss Stain, which would seem to make him a reasonable prospect for the Democratic Party nomination. Still, I have to wonder if he's electable in a nation where something like the Orange Piss Stain is tolerated by at least 40 percent of voters.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

So predictable.

This week, the five blogs in my publishing empire are examining the predictability of life in Donnie Polyp's version of American politics.

When it comes to qualifications for the office, Donnie meets the age and citizenship requirements. That's it. He's in way over his head in this position, and he knows it. The one part of his worthless life that was reasonably "successful" was the part he spent immersed in the make-believe world of reality TV shows, so it's predictable that he would stage and perform his presidency like one of those shows.

Donnie's world revolves around good TV ratings, and he's obsessed with keeping his audience share intact. To distract attention from his inability to manage the duties of the job, he pretends to be "reinventing" the office by constantly saying and doing things that the 44 real presidents were never caught deliberately saying or doing.

During his first year, open corruption and psychopathic behavior were so removed from normal presidential conduct that chaos resulted. In year three, Donnie's boasting, personal attacks, and unhinged behavior are still reported in the media like newsworthy events. Most people understand it's all part of an act, but he'll keep doing the same old shit as long as it makes him the hour's top story.

Having said that, public opinion polls are popping up that suggest things may still get interesting in the weeks following the Booger Barr letter.

The ideal outcome obviously would have been a Mueller report proving Donnie had committed impeachable offenses in the hands of every House committee chairman today. The worst outcome would obviously have been a Mueller report that completely exonerated Donnie and validated his witch hunt whining. We didn't get either of those.

The primary focus point is still the 2020 election and getting rid of Donnie and many of those Republicans in Congress who plug his asshole like semi-digested turds. If the trends shown in the early polls continue, a court battle over Republican efforts to conceal the Mueller report and cover up Donnie's crimes should give Democrats an advantage next year. Consider it a factor that motivates voter turnout.

PS: Apparently the only voters who believe the Mueller report completely exonerates Donnie Polyp are the same backwater dimwits and yahoos who wouldn't be bothered even if it didn't.

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.