“If we have thousands or hundreds of thousands of people that get better, just by, you know, sitting around and even going to work, some of them go to work, but they get better, and then when you do have a death, like you’ve had in the state of Washington, like you had one in California, I believe you had one in New York…”
Donald J Trump
We need an American version of Mao’s Little Red Book, a compendium of the sayings of America’s first cult-president. It will take an enormous amount of editorial expertise to coalesce the vapors of idiocy into one book that says it all in the voice of the Dear Leader himself. Thoughts of Leader Donny. Coming to a bookstore near you.
Donald Trump has once again pooped the bed. In a one hour rambling nonsensical conversation with Georgia’s AG, the President said everything that a common thug would say to try and convince his mark that all hell would break lose unless they turned the Georgia election to him. It was goombahism at its finest. Full […]
What a list. What a shining example of the right. On one side you have some very brilliant actors, who have gone to the best schools and received accolades in abundance. On the other side are political hacks with the sense of rocks. Somewhere in the middle are the political snakes. Can you place them correctly in their respective slots?
It is sometimes easy, and sometimes very difficult. Has Marsha Blackburn ever made a lick of sense? Not that we recall. But the Louisiana hayseed John Kennedy can in rare moments exhibit critical thinking skills. Tommy Tuberville has yet to come even close.
Josh Hawley? A world-class mind, like Cruz and Cotton. So how did those minds become so cheapened by the thin excuses they have for challenging an landslide election? Where do you plumb those depths? How do you get to the position in which, despite all that good grey matter, you end up acting like a clown?
The Republican Party seems to attract all kinds, but in the end they become one kind.
By Eric Swalwell:
Name & shame these enemies of democracy:
Ted Cruz (TX)
Ron Johnson (WI)
James Lankford (OK)
Steve Daines (MT)
John Kennedy (LA)
Marsha Blackburn (TN)
Mike Braun (IN)
Cynthia Lummis (WY)
Roger Marshall (KS)
Bill Hagerty (TN)
Tommy Tuberville (AL)
The GOP works hard at destroying itself, as Donald Trump pitches in for a final blow to democracy. Next week the election will once again be challenged by the very folks that want to replace Donny with themselves.
Time for the shit show to end. Donald Trump is a one-term President, no matter what he says. All the lawyers in the world will not change that fact. It was a fair election, probably much more so than many before. Joe Biden is our next President.
More evidence has come out supporting the conclusion that we are being led by a bunch of lunatics. AG Barr and Michael Caputo are off the rails, left the asylum, and decided to let everyone know. The picture they paint is disturbing, but not unexpected.
Did you teach your children to tie their shoes? Wash their hands? What about voting?
This year, there are forces determined to keep the vote low, and in a Democracy, that is not a good idea. Mothers, teach your children to vote.
Inside Donald Trump is a deep fear that we will realize him for who he is. That we will see that he is not better than most men, and is in truth far, worse than most. He has spent years building an image that does not reflect the man. His protection of that image is his biggest concern.
She made a lot of noise, but nobody seemed to squeal in Washington. Perhaps that is why she is fighting to remain. She won handily in 2014. Now it is a tie. My, how things change when you follow Donny.