Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Sympathy? Sorry.

Excellent piece from Daily Kos about all those members of the so-called president's cult who have a sad because intelligent, sensible Americans (which means most Americans) are being mean instead of being happy for them.

Those fucking idiots. They want respect even though they were stupid enough to be sucked into the most transparent con game ever attempted, by a scumbag who behaves like a psychopath on his best days. Even more sickening, after a month of this horror show, the fucking idiots are asking, "Can we have some more, please?"

Added 2:40 PM: Speaking of how we got the so-called president, alternet.org offers an interesting discussion with a former Obama pollster that clarifies why the disaster on November 8th happened. 

Friday, February 17, 2017

New Day, New Scam

In this unstable environment, one thing's constant: As long as at least 30 percent of Americans are assholes, yahoos, rubes, morons, shitpokes, and general fuck-ups, Chip Dip will be rolling out fresh scams to separate them from their money.

His latest con game is the imaginatively-named Mainstream Media Accountability Survey, full of leading questions aimed at the natural resentment that rubes and yahoos experience when it comes to information sources other than AM talk radio and Fox News. Of course, each question is crafted to get the answer Chip Dip already knows he'll get. Then at the end, there's the obligatory "Send me money now so that I'll be able to fight for YOU against the unfair attacks on ME."

Turning his position as the so-called president into a profit opportunity is always at the top of Chip Dip's priority list.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Pathetic loser needs love, please.

Here we go again. Every week or so, the fat bastard needs to reenact the glory days of his campaign, when mobs of semi-literate white trash in obscene tee shirts gathered to worship him and scream things about locking up Hillary Clinton. Those were the days when he got millions of dollars worth of free media coverage, and nobody questioned his competence or asked hard questions.

It would be cool if only 100 people showed up at the rally, all of them ready to pelt him with rotten tomatoes. (Click on photo to enlarge if you can stomach it).


Added 7:04 PM on Thursday 16 Feb: Additional information has come out. This event apparently is an actual (not phony) campaign rally, since the so-called president has now been in office for one month of his first term, and is already campaigning to be reelected in 2020. Here's the kicker: By announcing he's a 2020 candidate, he can collect and spend unlimited amounts of donated money as campaign funds. What we have here is the world's biggest asshole, leading millions of small-time assholes over a cliff.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Today's Bullet Points

  • Under President Bannon, chaos and confusion are considered effective strategies to be utilized intentionally.
  • Every day, we see proof that people in Bannon's White House are rarely reading from the same script or know what others are doing.
  • A good cover-up requires organization and cohesion, not chaos and disintegration.
  • The White House under Bannon has no aptitude for organization and cohesion.
  • Trump is even worse, and makes Bannon look like the model of discipline.
  • The intelligence community is apparently prepared to make sure this will not go away on its own, meaning a White House cover-up will be necessary at some point.
  • For the first time since November 8th, it doesn't break my heart or make me vomit to read the news.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Misrepresentation

The crap we're reading about what's happening in these so-called town hall meetings is additional evidence that proves the House of Representatives is full of Republican motherfuckers who only represent the Republicans in their districts who show up to vote for them, then are willing to sit quietly the rest of the time.

Here's Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin, who joins Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah in telling citizens to go fuck themselves.


Sunday, February 12, 2017

Questions about moles and holes

If we can't trust the so-called president, who are we going to trust?

Are hairline fractures appearing in Pee 45's wall of protection in Congress?

Why don't we pass a law that requires every Republican in every state legislature to spend a minimum of 300 days per year, ten hours per day, performing manual labor that requires heavy lifting? That way, they could honestly say they were useful for something.

Can anyone name one of the legitimate U.S. President who had the fragile ego and other psychological disorders that the so-called president has? Okay, maybe Nixon.

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.