Coincidence In Corruption Swamp

Some of you are not going to believe me but I, yes I, really love all this modern technology. Especially the high speed stuff. I mean it is about all I can ask for and handle.

Still I drudge on, as best a bullfrog can, abreast of it all. (Satire)

Take today for instance. I had to resort to the big Bull machine. It’s reserved for only the biggest jobs. It was shaping up to be a number ten day for it. This morning when I saw there was a particularly heavy cloud of crap hanging low, I knew it would be a job.

So I went out to the annex pad to fire up the beast. It hadn’t run in a while and needed priming but she fired right up. I cranked her up to about full throttle. It was sure going to be a workout for the girl but it had to be done. I had a task.

I got all my high-techy data ready and started feeding it in small doses. You wouldn’t think I keep that much data around here but it’s just for such emergencies. I had a question that’s been haunting me, going back many months. It stumped me.

With all this BS that’s floating though the air since President Trump took office, I was looking for one specific common denominator in it all, if there was such a thing. You know, the media can pump it out thick and heavy 24/7. After a few hours of hardly being able to see in front of me, suddenly it started to clear little by little. Was there some common denominator to all these huge problems, and then what in the hell was it?

Well, I got up to full speed and then dumped the algorithm detector in the hopper to process the junk. Within a few hours, some good news. It spit out an answer. Just one.

Guess what? I found the common root all right. Seemed like a huge coincidence at first. It was none other than Hillary Clinton. Should have figured. Well, you know analytics don’t lie. Bessy Bull is always right. I cross-checked my data and no doubt about it, the common thread is Hillary. She’s in everything like DNA.

Funny part was, back there in July 2016, she was pretty thick in investigation and chaos. She had all that scandal stuff oozing from her pores. Then that fire cracker James Comey up and announced she is cleared on all that. If you could’ve seen my OJ face. Stuff dating back to 2009 when she set up that stinking server. Like they were in a big hurry.

So all her aids and everyone, nothing! They are still looking for some of the data and emails MIA out there. Whew-hoo what a mess that was. She got through even after Bubba Bill had a meeting on the tarmac with Loretta Lynch. Anthony Weiner did a side show. But she got the green light after July 4th for herself and her campaign.

Now here is the strangest part. After going through all that – and all those denials through the media about it for years – she turned around and did the weirdest thing imaginable. She swung from that messy ordeal right into creating an even bigger scandal, if that was possible. She was probably working on it even before she got off the first. On the heels of almost going down for it, she busted ground on another new whopper. It would dwarf even her last one. It was huge, for all the marbles. She even used the same contacts.

On this one, she sucked the DNC into it, hired lawyers for front men to do her dirtier work, then they contracted with Fusion GPS, who pulled Steele into it. Man, can she create a scandal? She might have sucked the whole Obama administration into the vortex. Now I’m not saying Obamafiles didn’t already have a head start, and their very own scandal brewing before that. But they joined up forces for this giant “Crossfire Hurricane.”

Sort of makes some sense in a real sinister way. But no Kansas, no Toto, no Dorothy.

I’ll tell you the truth, I never saw a storm cooked up like that before. Then it just got worse as time went on. But oh, it was Hillary that was in the nucleus of the whole thing. Her money, her people, her contacts and agenda. It became her baby even if it was Obama’s illegitimate child too. The whole thing was crazy and got crazier when the FISA requests flew and surveillance went all over — from NY to London to Moscow and to Australia and Spain. And back to Washington. Then came the dirty dossier that got peddled about all over. Even John McCain had his hands on that rag. Well, whatever they were cooking up was big; man was it big. They pulled everyone in intelligence into it and then media seemed like a willing accomplice. You know the wink and nod thing in the swamp.

Only months before all that, Hillary had been down in the bog herself, mired in corruption and pay to play influence. Who knew what else laid under it all? That was then.

When Trump took office, it continued hot and heavy. That crooked Comey just had to get fired for misbehaving all over the place. The swamp didn’t like that. Maybe it was the cord that let loose the whole unraveling when it came out. His deputy, then all these big shots in FBI were caught doing the same influence maneuvers they were supposed to be investigating. Comey squealed for a Special Counsel and swamp-masters appointed one.

The IG was sniffing around by then, too, and exposed some of the Deep State operators. But there was more, even more than he could handle. So Horowitz had to crank up another investigation just to satisfy the swampwatchers, gaining in number. The stench was awful.

This has all gone on like autopilot getting swampier as time went on. The AG was forbidden from touching it. It’s like it had a mind of it’s own and nothing could stop it. It only got bigger by nature. Democrats in Congress backed up the Deep State, whatever they said. Rumors flew and all they talked about was “Russia collusion.” It was everywhere.

But sure enough, in the background that no one wanted to talk about, how it all got started, was that Chardonnay-guzzling Hillary Clinton, smack in the middle of it all. But quiet as a mouse. Until even she started yapping about her still lost election and the big investigation. Yep that’s a good one, when you can start the whole thing then jump in to complain about it. She traveled around hawking a book “What Happened?” giving her opinions on everything. She fired off op-eds to make her finer points. She was all over the world, licking her wounds in public, while it was Trump who was suffering from constant attacks. Names and accusations flew like treason or agent of Russia. But not at Clintons, who had all the swampy traitorous connections. No one cared about all that or what they had done.

Pond and swamp-watchers like me sat there seeing all this stuff. No one paid attention to the source of it all or the real villains in the swamp. The common denominator was ignored. No, instead all those Leeches were out selling books, doing roadshows. Actually, Comey, McCabe, Hillary, Obama, all had big paydays as the swamp oozed on, claiming more and more turf. On top of it all, the whole lot of them sat back criticizing Trump about it all like Brennan, Clapper, Rhodes, and Hayden. That’s a nice band of dubious hecklers.

Then came hearings about it, but no one wanted to talk about the start of it all. No one talked about common-thread Hillary or the grand wizard, godfather Obama. In fact, we were all told she is irrelevant. She lost and she’s not president, so none of it matters. Except it is all here now, thanks to Hillary Clinton, Obama and their henchmen in tow.

As it seems to continue on and on, Hillary’s big thumbprints are still all over everything. When do we face this mutant DNA gene, responsible for so much corruption, and her sinister allies in the dark arts? Even chaos has limits. Folks can’t make this stuff up. And Hillary is right there in the middle of it all — living large on the swamp gas.

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Crazy Corners

Welcome to the place here called Crazy Corners but I didn’t invent or discover it. The area is pretty well populated though. Not to be mistaken for Crazy Town, that’s another place.

I’m standing here on location at the intersection of Broad and Normal Streets. And for the moment, it seems so confusing that I am not sure which way to turn. Whether toward the suggested, approved route or the other way.

Robert Frost might be intimidated here. The way “less traveled by” could get you into some big trouble. Let me tell you about a couple of the identifiable highlights of this place.

I need to preface it by saying I’m in no way condoning the use of blackface. In fact, I really don’t understand the fascination. We can agree it is offensive. There done, I think.

But for the sake of it, there is this exposed issue of people wearing blackface. That’s been all the news here and everyone is aware of it. That is another thing, it seems hard for many people to talk directly about it because it is that offensive. They don’t want to chance stepping into any unintended snafus by doing so.

Instead they talk about people and personalities who have wrongly donned blackface attire at some point in their lives and condemn them, loudly and voraciously. Here is the rub on the rules of getting along around here, just a few cultural do’s and don’ts to be aware of.

I’ll just describe some of what I’ve seen to give you a flavor for the culture.
 
So that blackface is a huge NO NO. But there are festive parades and competitions everywhere for cross-dressing and transsexuals. They encourage it on youth. You know, “don’t knock it till you try it” but even then you better not knock it. Though you better hide that black shoe polish and straw hat attire.

Wearing pussy hats is not offensive….it is endearing to women and their reproductive rights. Doesn’t matter who wears them either: men, kids, teachers. Popular at marches.

Biology be damned.

Using the men’s room or ladies’ room is only a matter of individual preference, regardless of gender, and to hell with everyone else. Other conforming users have no rights to object.

In schools coaches are expected to watch girls dressing in boys locker rooms so they aren’t harassed or assaulted. And they are reprimanded if they disapprove of it or fail to watch.

Don’t get caught wearing black makeup, you get run out of town and banned from public.

Blackface gets you booted from office, where cross-dressing is non-firable and protected status. In fact, government should pay for sex change operations if they can’t afford it.

And children should not be told their biological gender because, until they can tell us for themselves, they have none. What it is, is not necessarily what it is or will be.

You can identify as any biology or thing you want. But you cannot identify as a Native American. So far, the do nots seem pretty strictly enforced.

Though one must be very careful because your personal preferences today could be considered don’t do’s tomorrow, depending on what yours are. It is a little bit like fashion, when it is out of style, man, is it called out. Then later they can go back in time to condemn you for previous offenses. It seems like they are cultural-fashionista trendsetters.

My understanding is people from Crazy Corners also want to rewrite the Constitution, or twist it into a Gordian knot until they do. It needs to breathe or evolve, like biology, to suit.

In fact, now that I write this, I am starting to feel I might have to get out of here quickly.

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A New State Is Born

Doing a short and sweet here for the blog. Once again the country of the US is busting a move to make history. And the Left is proudly taking a central role in it. We have now become 51. It is final, the Democrats have founded a brand new state in the nation.

It is called the State of Denial.

No word so far on how many Democrats populate it, growing rapidly as it is. Safe to say most Democrats either live there or are in the process of moving in. Real estate demands being what they are. Square miles of it are unknown, yet is already considered vast.

There is only one problem, it doesn’t really fit in with the United States of America — as unification is not a characteristic. It also infringes on other states but that shouldn’t be a problem. Though make no mistake, it is actually a state in America. Sure it will demand all of the perks of a united state but it is united only with itself;. its only allegiance is to itself.

It should now get entered into the history as such, and credited to Democrats for founding it. It needs its own Wikipedia page. Though its geographic coordinates are still being worked out in real time, its unique presence has already been felt and made known.

So it will be interesting what this new State of Denial brings to the table or what fateful influence it will have on the USA. We will have to wait and see.

Another problem is that it does not particularly believe in borders. It does not accept the Constitution either, except where it can find some twisted agreement with it. And it does not accept the authority and responsibility that the federal government has to secure other states and people from invasions. Nor does it accept the oath of office as written.

But surely it will send as many Congressional representatives to Washington as it can, by fact or fraud…. because “what difference at this point does it make anyway?”

We should all plan on hearing much more from this boisterous state, soon. It doesn’t like sitting idle or waiting its turn. It is rather arrogant and its nasty tentacles are long. Stay tuned to see if the 51st state will destroy the other 50.

Already many people are wondering if we should still call the country a union? You may want to put a question mark by that word for future use.

Ref: Wiki

“The Admission to the Union Clause of the United States Constitution, often called the New States Clause, found at Article IV, Section 3, Clause 1, authorizes the Congress to admit new states into the United States beyond the thirteen already in existence at the time the Constitution went into effect.”

[*Note]“The Admission to the Union Clause also forbids the creation of new states from parts of existing states without the consent of both the affected states and Congress”.

But then why should that particular detail apply when they can just ignore, defy and deny the rest of the Constitution — in whole or in part? So I’m still going to refer to it by it’s proper name, (united) State of Denial. No comment from Google or GPS makers yet.

By the way: all the rules you might think should oppose its erection really don’t matter. They don’t apply to it. Rumor is all the news networks are putting a home office there.

The good news is there is no need for an extra star on the flag since they don’t believe in that or the flag. Their trademark symbol would be black bloc or flames anyway.

God Bless America because the Left sure won’t.

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Food guy goes sweet and sour in Chinese comment

P/C police found another atrocity to chase, this time in the food isle. Suit up, pilgrims.

Background: renowned food show guy Andrew Zimern is opening an upscale Chinese restaurant in Minnesota, but he sort of trash talked Chinese fast food restaurants. A grievous offense by calling them “horseshit restaurants.” (He has since apologized)

Okay food critiques or political swordsmiths, take your shot. The question here is: is the guy right or wrong in what he said and what he is doing?

Does he sink or swim on those comments? Should he? Should he be run off and boycotted — if not burned at the stake? (I have a feeling neither one is a good solution)

See the video interview(@ 8 min) in the piece if you want the full context. He sure is taking heat for it. Some compare it to cultural appropriation. Some say let the market decide.

Andrew Zimmern Sparks Outrage With Chinese Restaurant Comments

by Bruce Haring | Deadline –December 29, 2018 — Interview by Fast Company

The man who eats strange foods for a living now has to eat some humble pie.

Bizarre Foods host and celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern has caused a firestorm in the Asian-American and foodie communities over his comments that Chinese food in the Midwest is served in “horseshit restaurants.” Zimmern made the comments to promote his own Midwest Chinese restaurant chain, Lucky Cricket, in an interview with Fast Company. The first outlet for Lucky Cricket just opened in a Minneapolis suburb mall.

“I think I’m saving the souls of all the people from having to dine at these horses - - t restaurants masquerading as Chinese food that are in the Midwest,” said Zimmern.

More: https://deadline.com/2018/12/andrew-zimmern-sparks-outrage-with-chinese-restaurant-comments-1202527169/

 

Call me old fashioned or not, I don’t think his identity should dictate whether or not he can cook Chinese food. But here is some other food for thought, I notice Walmart now has General Tso’s chicken at its hot foods counter. I’m pretty sure they didn’t hire a Chinese guy to come in to make it. He does have a point about their cookie cutter menu.

But I see other large supermarket chains that delegated space at the deli to sell local Chinese food by Asians. I don’t know where Walmart gets its General Tso’s chicken.

Is it off limits for a white guy to open say a soul food place? How about a northern city person cooking Southern food; a non-Latino cooking Latin food? Or does the fact that he is doing it commercially for a profit business have something to do with it? But is he right?

I’ve already seen liberals drop the cleaver on him and promise to boycott it — presumably until he starts cooking something culturally aligned with his identity as a white guy.

You decide if the guy and his restaurant chain should survive, or be nipped in the bud.

If it was so offensive, then why did the (obvious liberal) interviewer not stand up, say “that’s it,” shove the table to the side and walk away? Isn’t that what the identity and word police would demand he do? Or was publicly skewering him the main dish?

I say “pass the duck sauce and give him a break.” But that’s just white guy me.

A publicity stunt or now stunted publicity?

Of course my other conspiracy theory is still that there are only 5 Chinese guys who make all that food for all Chinese American restaurants. But that’s another issue.

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DuffelBlog on Trump, Mattis divorce

Some good satire involved here making for interesting reading.

Troops ask to live with Mattis after divorce is finalized

By Paul Sharpe |The DuffelBlog — December 28, 2018

WASHINGTON — Most troops caught in the middle of a domestic dispute that resulted in their father Jim Mattis filing for divorce say they hope they can live with him after this is all over, sources confirmed today.

Mattis filed for divorce from President Donald Trump last week, citing “irreconcilable differences” that stemmed from the cancellation of vacation plans in Syria, the president’s decision to send some of the kids to border school in October, and his well-known Diet Coke drinking problem.

Continue: https://www.duffelblog.com/2018/12/mattis-divorce-trump/

All righty then. And so it begins. I expect Democrats to be serving up extra portions of this, and not know where the satire ends and reality begins. (or miss the humor completely)

Who says Dems can’t go any lower?

I guess having a white Christmas or even “dreaming of” one is now racist too!?🎄

Notice how Democrats always need to “move on” from anything…..except racism.
And if you happen to laugh at that thought, then you too must be a racist.

 

But speaking of over the top liberal rhetoric in the last post — which turns out to be a bottomless pit to hell — comes this prize work in keeping with liberal tradition.

In other words, there is no such thing as too much or too far for aspiring Leftinistas.

This Michael Harriot of The Root tried desperately to probe the bottom. Then it was deleted. But that didn’t stop him from defending his lone, solitary “hope” later.

After taking the heat he comes back to defend his high hope from a critic:

Nope, no room for virtue signaling in that ballpark. He’s covering deep Left field.

I know, it’s like a game where the left trogs try to outdo each other on the old outrage meter. A practiced skill set; where there are no rules or accountability.

Then here we find out that San Fran Nan and Chuck the Schmucko must be twins separated at birth. Proof is in the pudding. Christmas Eve is so unifying.

Not to be outdone, Chelsea Clinton dabbles in her mother’s forte` of fraternizing with evil.
Call it a genetic gift to a real child prodigy.

Those eyes, don’t they just scream “dark side”?

Hey, let’s throw in the latest Obama slime news too for flavor. Susan Rice never disappoints in serving over-the-top hypocrisy and hyperbole with her lies.

Breitbart

Former Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice [in a land where they are really never former anything] penned an OP-ED for the New York Times claiming Trump is a bigger threat than any foreign adversary.

NYT:

“The president couldn’t care less about facts, intelligence, military analysis or the national interest. He refuses to take seriously the views of his advisers, announces decisions on impulse and disregards the consequences of his actions. In abandoning the role of a responsible commander in chief, Mr. Trump today does more to undermine American national security than any foreign adversary. Yet no Republican in Congress is willing to do more than bleat or tweet concerns.” [Read]

Hey Suzie Q, there is a little matter of all that unmasking we’d like to talk to you about regarding this whole conspiracy you all cooked up. I know the demands on your time, with writing post-script memos to yourself that take a toll. But inquiring minds have a lot of questions about this national security struggle you seem to be having — along with Obama’s non-scandal record you all hallucinated.

(*In case the Dana Loesch link disappears, here is the original image. There’s a Lincolnesque quality about it.)

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Shopping Sprees

I’ll make you a bet, do you think I could do a non-political post? I bet I can.

So I’ve taken a swing at almost anything else and why not say something about consumerism — one of the biggest and quirkiest subjects of our time? In my opinion.

Actually there is something in it worth talking and thinking about. It was made clear to me in a recent trip to some very old familiar turf. I hadn’t been through there in about ten years so sure there would be some changes.

What unfolded in front of my eyes almost defies description. Yep, everyone knows how development goes on and how it’s all done in the name of progress…or so they say. I have never seen that much change in that amount of time to one area.

I didn’t see the housing developments though they must have been there lurking in the background. Though I could not miss the amount of commercial, and I mean 90% retail, development. Other than that I could not miss the monstrous growth of schools either. (I thought they were plenty large then) But let’s just stay with the retail, business end.

Now years ago there was a hot debate over the condition of retail. The consensus seemed to be on the side of brick and mortar’s decline. Well, judging by what I saw, I can safely confirm that did not happen. But one did not expect an explosion of retail expansion anywhere. I guess anywhere other than there. Okay, it was always a hub of discount retail activity and sort of the bargain basement of the area for outlets with tourism. But no more. I saw every major chain represented that I could think of and a few new ones, too.

Of course the whole purpose of this piece was the topic of consumerism. That old debate centered on Internet sales taking over business of brick and mortars. Or at least squeezing them out of the market share. Ha, well, maybe that market is much bigger than even I originally thought. And in the marketplace there should be room for all.

Doing my own thinking about this, while driving along miles of brand new retail stores and mega-plazas, I came to the conclusion that B&M shopping is different than online. My rule of thumb now is that if you want or need an exact item you may go online to purchase it. But if you aren’t locked in on an item, want to examine things, compare or just shop then you would do well to hit the stores — despite traffic and the headaches.

I hear a trend everyone talks about where people are buying almost everything online. Some people that is. Good for them, convenience and all. But there are others who are not sold on the total online bit, not yet anyway. For them the shopping may be split between types. It occurs to me though that the total online crowd may be missing something.

If I stretch out my personal theories, which are no better than yours, I could see a day not too far away when some people may not really know how to shop in real life. That virtual shopping is much different. They got that techno-retail thing nailed.

Like the way cell phones and their addictive use seems to consume people, there could be a time when people just don’t know how to do something without the smartphone or the internet. Face it, shopping is a thing most of us grew up with and adapted to. We may hate it sometimes. But I can foresee a time when some people don’t have those basic life skills. Did I just say shopping is a life skill? Sigh.

I mean actually running down the isles to find something or settle on a different thing or brand without the use of their good old technology crutch. A good trade off? After all, once in a store Google is not going to tell them what isle the coffee or pickles is in. No GPS coordinates with Siri, the obnoxious navigator. They have to look for it which will be like work to them. Physically taxing. That also requires familiarity with the store to be able to quickly find things. You can’t have that when you don’t spend time in a real store.

And I can see a time when it might require stores to have guides for newbies, walking them by hand through their mission. An adventuresome culture shock. I may be exaggerating but not by much. It could be an overwhelming or traumatic experience for them. They might think, “I remember when I was little my mother used to come through the store and she didn’t like it.” So some people may have phobias over that kind of shopping and maybe even need therapy to get accustomed to it, if they even want to.

Well, my little trip just reassured me that there still is a lively market for “retail reality.” With all the new stores someone is shopping in them. But that’s another question, just who are all these people? However, maybe I am the extreme exception because my trip had nothing to do with shopping or buying anything. Observation was enough for me.

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Gaseous Alert: S. Florida Area

Breaking….I have a real news alert. And they wonder why people are outraged.

From the Fox News 13 affiliate:

DANIA BEACH, Fla. (AP) – A Florida woman faces an aggravated assault charge after authorities say she passed gas in line at a dollar store and pulled a knife on a man who complained about it.

Citing a Broward Sheriff’s Office report, the Miami Herald reports 37-year-old Shanetta Yvette Wilson passed gas while waiting in line at a Dollar General Sunday night and upset a nearby customer. The report says the offended customer and Wilson then got into an argument “in reference to the defendant farting loudly.”

It says Wilson then pulled a small folding knife out of her purse and told the victim she was going to “gut” him while moving as if to attack him. Wilson was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill.

Records show she was given a $2,500 bond.

It’s unclear if she has a lawyer.

Consider yourself informed.  That is “Breaking Wind News” for today.  Good thing, once again, Broward Sheriff’s office was on top of the situation.

We go from passing off mysterious votes to the right to pass gas in public.

Only in Broward county.”…deadly weapon without intent to kill.” And how exactly do they know that? Did they think she was only a damsel-in-distress?

My next question is will this judge have to recuse himself for conflict of interest? Or will it have to be heard out of the area because she cannot get a fair trial in that court?

Maybe, just maybe, this case has gaseous civil right issues that could reach all the way to the Supreme Court? But special precautions will be needed in any courtroom.

No word from discredited Broward Sheriff, Scott Israel, if he stands behind her defense.

 

Dispatcher: “One Adam-12, One Adam-12, see the woman…public disturbance. Farts fired! Repeat, farts fired!…approach with caution. Backup needed!”

I thought the gas passed over midterm elections was bad!  Wow, a $2,500 fart.

 

Okay, Unit….I know it’s coming. It’s your home field. Let it rip! (pardon pun)

How To Be More Politically Correct

Due to all the sensitivities these days, I thought I would do my part.

Well, I finally vowed to start being more politically correct now.

I am going to remind everyone that people need to stop appropriating liberals’ culture… because they don’t like it. And definitely not to do it around or in the voting booth.

I even feel better now.

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Dedication to Leftist Celebs

And here is a brand new song freshly written and dedicated to all you Hollywood malcontents out there in Resistifornia. You know who you are.

You’ve been threatening to leave the US right after election for the last few elections now.

It is time to sink or swim, don’t you think? Maybe we can crowd source the trip for you.

(sung in the key of F- flat)

There’s a room with a view in Havana
You can sip tea out in the cabana.

But don’t tell them who sent ya
Cause they just might resent ya.
(Refrain)

[*Note: all rights reserved 🙂 ]

Throw in a Peace Sign minus the index finger… just for emphasis.

And there you have it, my humble contribution. Hope they like it.

Reference: Barbara Streisand announced recently she’ll be moving to Canada after November 6th, if Democrats fail to win back power. (do not try to threaten us, Babs)

On closer look, she has an album being released November 2nd called “Walls” where she puts her disgruntled political invective to songs. (Resistance on steroids) A promotion?

Well, that should repulse a lot of people. So rather than spitefully moving to Canada, maybe Babs could be run out of the country to Mexico? They never threaten to move there.

Until then, it looks like we’re going to hear much more from the Princess of Resistance.

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Dysfunctional Resistance is New Normal

Let me try to explain the current family tree of politics. The left’s hallucination now is Mitch McConnell as the divider and culprit of the chaotic, abnormal state we are in.

Yeah, right. Try as they will. It would take a whole lot of wrongjuice to believe or accept that as fact. So here we go, allow me to paraphrase it as colorful as I can:

Abby and Normal eloped in Obama’s first term. Harry Reid officiated the wedding. That is the place where right became wrong and wrong became right, up became down and down became up. Unconstitutional became the rule of law. Dissent became a crime. We became a country governed by a man and political party, instead of the rule of law.

Abby and Norm are still on an extended honeymoon. No hope for annulment and it doesn’t look like a divorce will come anytime soon. Theirs is one marriage I wish would not last. And they seem to have enough distant relatives to make a lot of mischief.

It turns out, all it takes is a radical minority of hell bent miscreants to ruin functionality of the system. They have now perfected it. From the Justice of Peace to justice of chaos.

So even people on the left ask, “when will normal process be coming back?” They ask us? The culprits who encouraged Abby and Norm to hook up now blame their marriage on anyone else. But they cannot deny Abby and Norm are hitched. That fact doesn’t bother them. They incite all the effects and do everything possible to keep them happily together. Nothing is off limits for the Abnormals. The trick is to make everything normal’s fault.

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Saving Sanity: a noble cause

Is a once a week rant too much to ask or expect for a blog? Yes, as a matter of fact it is. The problem is not the lack of material but rather the sheer volume of it.

That also can lead to things like burnout, exhaustion, even suffocation in a sea of mud. Just saying. So silence is not golden but may at times be the only viable option.

Something has bugged me though ever since I have been doing this blog. It is the amount of humor we use and whether it is appropriate? I mean these are serious times, and does the humor contribute to the coarsening of culture? I’m not sure.

Well, blah blah. I remember a past Bible study over whether humor is bad thing or acceptable? See, there was a belief at one time that Christians should refrain from humor, certainly in Church settings. I think that might have fallen by the wayside, but was once a real issue. The point was humor diminished Christianity.

It took away the seriousness of issues. It was seen to some as an insult. We know some people, for many reasons, do not appreciate humor anyway. But on serious matters it was frowned on. It was thought a type of mockery that didn’t belong in serious debate or dialogue. Using it diminished one’s credibility.

Someone finally wrote a book explaining that humor was not wrong and listed examples of humor in the Old and New Testament. So one cannot ban humor in theory.

My issue with all this is how can you look around today and not have a sense of humor about things? That doesn’t mean you take issues less seriously….or does it? This is where rationality and sanity come in. A rational person is aware of the serious nature yet can still poke fun at the condition of society. It doesn’t diminish one’s sincerity, or an issue itself.

Sometimes humor is the only way — or one of the ways — people can cope or deal with a given situation. It can cover pain, or masque all kinds of personal emotion.

It is similar with some violence these days. You see random murders and people killed for no visible reason. One struggles with trying to understand why? As if we need to know why to make sense of it. Humor is different. Humor makes sense in a funny way. But we are struck at a murder that had no rational reason for it. That it keeps on happening adds to all those questions. We don’t know and may never know. Sometimes even the killer had no reason. This is where rational thought has a problem. We almost need to see why. And some people today are uncomfortable with just calling it evil. It bothers us and it should. We don’t want to lay a blanket excuse over it just to try to explain it. An excuse that may or not be true. And explaining evil may be excusing it.

Humor can punctuate events without tainting them — or at least intending to.

Does using humor on serious issues take away seriousness from them? Maybe it can; though attributing false explanations also takes away from them. We almost expect those. I question fairness in a lot circumstances and think of humor as a great equalizer. Is that wrong? I don’t think so. Sometimes humor points out the absurdity. Sometimes nothing short of a punch line does it justice. (no matter how bad the event) I think we know that doesn’t mean the thing was funny or a joke. We don’t mean it is not serious.

Late night comics in recent years have gone to a whole different level. In fact, their humor has become the absurdity — and maybe even the thing that drives any of their jokes. And less, their jokes don’t seem to be funny anymore but their absurdity is obvious. Then for these intended jokes to be taken as fact or for mainstream political dialogue is another matter. Their absurd humor replaces political thought. It becomes mainstream opinion. This has been validated over and over since Trump took office.

Defamation of character?

They have basically turned Trump, or what he is about, into a joke. I get the joke part and we make jokes about Hillary. But that is different, no one loses sight of the seriousness of the threat she represents. We still understand all her real flaws. Still we use humor to poke fun at or take the edge off the hyper-serious nature — seriousness she imbues on herself. We don’t lose sight of the greater issue. The fears and concern so big that humor can be a coping mechanism because we cannot see or visualize the whole extent. It is beyond simple description — and breaks all past comparisons. So you see there is a difference. Their political objective is to reduce Trump to an absurd caricature

But these days the joke is the entire issue. The left turns the joke into reality, instead of vice versa. Humor is used as ridicule, and the left does ridicule as a political weapon well. In fact, the purpose of it is to bury or lose sight of the truth and reality.

See there is a proper purpose for humor as hyperbole. It is also a tool. It points out the error through exaggeration. Again, that is not to lose sight of the truth. It is not to try to turn hyperbole into literal reality. The Bible uses hyperbole for emphasis. The object is not to make hyperbole a fact. We are also supposed to know and see the difference.

But then when Trump uses hyperbole or exaggerates something, the truth slayers run out to correct any errors. Yet they have accepted their fictional character of Trump as reality. Trump, off the cuff, uses a lot of rhetorical tools. That is why the left likes it, they busy themselves pointing out any perceived inaccuracies. Funny how they don’t “factcheck” themselves or their depiction of Trump and coverage.

We are in an era when reality has no value to the left. Into that void they have put narrative, and perception has become their only reality. So when humor is applied, it is taken as perception — which it is — but then taken as fact or reality. The narrative rules and protecting that narrative becomes their chief mission. Humor is not humor, it is now reality. That narrative drives their politics, even moreso than they drive the narrative.

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Roseanne reboot praise or bust?

Is the intention to make the lead character, Roseanne, just sympathetic enough so that even Trump supporters can laugh at the caricature they create? Maybe they can convince them how dumb they look? Some people think so. Sitcom or situational politics?

Is Hollywood trying to play a high-brow sophisticated game of satire? But it does seem clear to me, as popular as the show may be, that if they were to lose that base of viewers it would no longer be the great hit it appears. All you have to do is remember that Hollywood does have a knack for flops. Every sitcom doesn’t work.

This one is a reboot which brings back a certain nostalgia too. I’m not sure that would work for all sitcoms. I’m just curious about this one. I think I know their original intent. I keep hearing from liberals how we “aren’t getting it” and that by about the 5th episode we will see it is the opposite of what we think it is. In other words, it is really poking fun at the caricature of Trump supporters.

That’s a pretty big stereotype of a pretty big group. And being Roseanne is a woman, it would be a shot at women who went that way. It seems to fit all their needs. Would it be cool to mock women? Add Hillary’s critique about why they vote that way.

That could be true. I wouldn’t put it past Hollywood and writers. In fact, I will give them the benefit of the doubt there. It could be that they want to make both sides into a caricature of themselves. But in doing that one side wins out. I mean one side could be more appealing. One is more outrageous or funny. A lead up to 2020?

Is it possible the writers are throwing Roseanne under the bus? That they are really mocking her character? That is a funny thing to do to the lead character. Archie Bunker was another such character. He ended up being more sympathetic than they expected.

The key is this: it will have to remain sympathetic to a degree to Roseanne because otherwise it turns into another bash fest mockery of the character they are exploring. And do we really need to see more of that? We have plenty of it already. It’s nothing new, in fact it is old. So if they go that route it becomes a bomb. That is popular only to Liberals.

Liberals always want to laugh at people on the right, but make a game of doing it without them realizing it. It fits the narrative of dummies who don’t know they are the joke.

The problem is if a pro-Trump type character is the butt of the joke it looks bad. Then they are mocking a large number of people. It is not above Hollywood to try that. They mock religion like that. There was another sitcom targeting a protestant minister and his family the same way. It didn’t last though the mockery was obvious. Here it is working class people. The same type that liberals are disconnected from and now trying to schmooze over. So do they shoot themselves in the foot?

Where does the racism come in? It does make me wonder what an All In The Family reboot would look like today? What do other people think? I suppose we will know in time. Playing with fire or burning themselves out? A last gasp for Hollywood relevance?

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Hillary’s train wreck of excuses

Once again, Hillary’s ship of lies sailed abroad to promote her, well, stolen victory.

Townhall

“And his whole campaign — ‘Make America Great Again’ — was looking backward. You know, you didn’t like black people getting rights; you don’t like women, you know, getting jobs; you don’t want to, you know, see that Indian American succeeding more than you are — you know, whatever your problem is, I’m gonna solve it.”

Hillary muses that many white women were prepared to do the “right” thing until that dastardly James Comey intervened:

‘What happened in my election is I was on the way to winning white women until former director of the FBI Jim Comey dropped that very ill-advised letter on Oct. the 28th and my numbers just went down… All of a sudden white women who were going to vote for me, and frankly standing up to the men in their lives and the men in their work places were being told, “She’s going to jail, you don’t want to vote for her. It’s going to be terrible you can’t vote for that.” It stopped my momentum and it decreased my vote enough. Because I was ahead and I was winning and I thought I had fought my way back,’ she concluded.

Okay, this needs a translation so allow me. What she meant is this:

‘I had a full-blown revolution going on among women bullied by men and others, long intimidated to vote otherwise. (I should be commended for that accomplishment)  This was real progress for the weaker women who were iberated to vote for me. That is until Jim Comey put the kibosh on that by dropping the investigation hammer on me. That hammer was to be used on Trump. How dare he?

Well, my vast lead, and these liberated vaginas, were halted in their tracks. I tried to almost fight my way back from that, unsuccessfully of course. It totally overcame those newly liberated women with weak knees. They believed this fraudulent bunk about me. After their years of abuse and victimization from powerful men and interests, they succumbed to the plot. My lead evaporated. We tried to correct the record.

It didn’t work, there wasn’t enough time.

But that distrust should have all gone on Trump. I spent a lot of money, as did the DNC, to make sure the voters got the message. They blew it. I mean those incompetent boobs who were paid to arrange this whole investigation into Donald Trump, the dossier and all, with the intelligence community and Obama’s fledglings, were supposed to stop him earlier. They clearly were not up to the challenge he presented. The kicker is Obama used the same vendors in 2012. I even paid them more money. What’s that tell you?

So I did not fail. The village failed to deliver for me. And well, those foolish women who succumbed to bullying tactics should have known better. But I did everything I could do. That torpedo on the 28th came out of nowhere. Now here I am. I didn’t lose, I was prevented from victory. I was well on my way to winning. They stole it from me.

Everyone with a brain knows that. I even had a huge excess of voters in California who still did their duty to elect the first woman. Those backwards areas listening to Trump double crossed me in the end. They kowtowed under the pressure. The bullies — who were always after me and Bill — screwed me over, in a race that mattered for women’s liberation. Those vast right-wing bastards. And I won’t stop talking about it.’

There’s her whole unfiltered story.

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The Resignation of Me, Al Franken

I’ll include the whole miserable, all about me, speech.  But the lies are just as significant. He married Paul Wellstone, Bill Clinton, and a hat-tip hint to Tom Steyer and impeachment just for flavor. The only guy who could mention I more is Barack Obama.

But I will only go after extensively venting my oratory hole.

Franken said his resignation will take place in the coming weeks.
Read a full transcript of his remarks below: (italicized for emphasis)

Stay tuned for when he actually vacates the Capitol premises.

A couple months ago I felt that we had entered an important moment in the history of this country. We were finally beginning to listen to women about the ways in which men’s actions affect them. The moment was long overdue. I was excited for that conversation and hopeful that it would result in real change that made life better for women all across the country and in every part of our society. Then the conversation turned to me. [1]Over the last few weeks a number of women have come forward to talk about how they felt my actions had affected them. I was shocked. I was upset. But in responding to their claims, I also wanted to be respectful of that broader conversation because all women deserve to be heard and their experiences taken seriously. I think that was the right thing to do. I also think it gave some people the false impression that I was admitting to doing things that in fact I haven’t done.

First strike, have a denial announcement. Did you expect anything else from someone who had to worm his way into the Senate by stealing an election? ‘I respect their voice!’

[2]Some of the allegations against me are simply not true. Others I remember very differently. I said at the outset that the Ethics Committee was the right venue for these allegations to be heard and investigated and evaluated on their merits, that I was prepared to cooperate fully and that I was confident in the outcome. You know an important part of the conversation we’ve been having the last few months has been about how men abuse their power and privilege to hurt women. [3]I am proud that during my time in the Senate I have used my power to be a champion of women. And that I have earned a reputation as someone who respects the women I work alongside every day. [4]I know there’s been a very different picture of me painted over the last few weeks but I know who I really am. Serving in the United States senate has been the great honor of my life. I know in my heart that nothing I have done as a senator, nothing, has brought dishonor on this institution. And I am confident that the ethics committee would agree. Nevertheless today I am announcing that in the coming weeks I will be resigning as a member of the United states senate. [5]I of all people am aware that there is some irony in the fact that I am leaving while a man who has bragged on tape about his history of sexual assault sits in the Oval Office and a man who has repeatedly preyed on young girls campaigns for the senate with the full support of his party. [6]But this decision is not about me. it’s about the people of Minnesota. And it’s become clear that i can’t both pursue the ethics committee process and at the same time remain an effective senator for them. Let me be clear. I may be resigning my seat, but I am not giving up my voice. I will continue to stand up for the things I believe in as a citizen and as an activist. But Minnesotans deserve a Senator who can focus with all her energy on addressing the challenges they face every day.

There is a big part of me that will always regret having to walk away from this job with so much work left to be done. But I have faith that the work will continue because I have faith in the people who have helped me do it. I have faith in the dedicated, funny, selfless, brilliant young men and women on my staff. They have so much more to contribute to our country, and I hope that as disappointed as they may feel today, everyone who has worked for me knows how much I admire and respect them. I have faith in my colleagues, especially my senior senator Amy Klobuchar. I would not have been able to do this job without her guidance and wisdom. [7]And I have faith, or at least hope, that members of this senate will find the political courage necessary to keep asking the tough questions, hold this administration accountable, and stand up for the truth. I have faith in the activists who organized to help me win my first campaign and who have kept on organizing to help fight for the people who needed us: kids facing bullying, seniors worried about the price of prescription drugs, Native Americans who have been overlooked for far too long, working people who have been taking it on the chin for a generation, everyone in the middle class and everyone aspiring to join it. [7]I have faith in the proud legacy of progressive advocacy that I have had the privilege to be a part of. I think I’ve probably repeated these words 10,000 times over the years, Paul Wellstone’s famous quote, “the future belongs to those who are passionate and work hard.” It’s still true. It will always be true. And most of all I have faith in Minnesota. A big part of this job is going around the state and listening to what people need from Washington, but more often than not, when I’m home, I am blown away by how much Minnesota has to offer the entire country and the entire world. The people I’ve had the honor of representing are brilliant, creative, hardworking, and whoever holds this seat next will inherit the challenge I’ve enjoyed for the last eight and a half years, being as good as the people you serve.

This has been a tough few weeks for me, but I am a very, very lucky man. I have a beautiful, healthy family that I love and that loves me very much. I’m going to be just fine. I’d just like to end with one last thing. I did not grow up wanting to be a politician. I came to this relatively late in life. I had to learn a lot on the fly. It wasn’t easy, and it wasn’t always fun, and I’m not just talking about today. This is a hard thing to do with your life. There are a lot of long hours, and late nights, and hard lessons, and there is no guarantee that all your work and sacrifice will ever pay off. I won my first election by 312 votes. It could have easily gone the other way. And even when you win, progress is far from inevitable. Paul Wellstone spent his whole life working for mental health parity and it didn’t pass until six years after Paul died. This year a lot of people who didn’t grow up imagining that they’d ever get involved in politics have done just that. They’ve gone to their first protest march or made their first call to a member of Congress, or maybe even taken the leap and put their names on a ballot for the first time. [7]It can be such a rush to look around a room of, full of people ready to fight alongside you, to feel that energy, to imagine that better things are possible. You too will experience setbacks, defeats and disappointments. There will be days when you will wonder whether it’s worth it. What I want you to know is that even today, even on the worst day of my political life, I feel like it’s all been worth it. Politics, Paul Wellstone told us, is about the improvement of people’s lives. I know that the work I’ve been able to do has improved people’s lives. I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. For a decade now every time I would get tired or discouraged or frustrated, I would think about the people I was doing this for, and it would get me back up on my feet. I know the same will be true for everyone who decides to pursue a politics that is about improving people’s lives. And I hope you know that I will be fighting alongside you every step of the way. With that, Mr. President, I yield the floor. ###

 

Well, too bad he didn’t yield the floor after two words, “I resign.” Don’t count me out until…

Let me paraphrase:

[1]  How they “felt” my actions affected them. I’m shocked. Not that they are upset. But let’s make it clear, I am not admitting anything. They felt erroneously.

Newsflash: Franken, it is not about what they felt, it’s about what you felt.

[2] I remember it differently, like a mutual feeling. I preferred the ethics committee as the right venue…only because I had no choice. So I agreed with it, naturally.

[3] Like all progressive superheroes — of which I must be one — I used my powers only for good, in the end. I championed women, yeah, that’s the ticket. I earned a reputation from women I worked alongside. What I did with other women doesn’t matter.

[4] They all have painted a fraudulent picture of me…. just like I had to fight them for my first election. (Cain Mutiny) But I know who I am. They apparently don’t.

[5] I see that huge unfairness irony of a president and another candidate, but now they are worried about little ol’ me, Al [hands] Franken? Why me? I’m a scapegoat for them.

[6] But this is not about me….. it’s about voters. (ignore how I talk about Me a lot)

[7] I know, you all need an arrogant, idealistic, self-serving lecture on running for [progressive] office. I’m a perfect example. I’ll be with you cheering you on. I’ll channel all your other progressive heroes to my career. It’s borrowing, no stealing, but what the hell?

It’s all been worth whatever the cost to others. They owe me an apology.

Oh, I did not dishonor the institution. I only complimented it and made it so much better with my super-heroic presence, Al Franken. But I shall resign. Adios, sometime, I think!

Change… what’s in your wallet?

Who says you can’t change? If you are a discredited politician, or stained American icon, there is still hope for you. Now times have changed. Research is clear.

Trump is the new penicillin. Well, no matter what you are ailing from, no matter how bad your reputation is, Trump is the cure. Just attack Trump and you can get praise gushing from from everywhere almost instantly.

That’s right players, the Trump Card is the new exemption card. Using it whisks away any past behavior hanging over your head like a dark cloud. It is a cult-market. Look what it did for Alec Baldwin. He won an Emmy mocking Trump, as a “conduit” for Trump pain.

Right now, even traitor Bowe Bergdahl is using it. They are trying to use it on Harvey Weinstein — if anything can save his reputation. Media started using it, too, as soon as Harvey’s scandal broke. And Jane Fonda used her Trump Card a couple times.

First, in September she said “Kudos, Bravos & Love to those brave athletes speaking truth to power.” Really? A big shout out to American dissent.

Then Fonda commented on Weinstein saying she just “found out about Harvey about a year ago. I’m ashamed that I didn’t say anything right then.” Oops. She had to know, it was common knowledge. This is a woman who found her way into North Vietnam in war time. Just found out last year? But maybe there is help.

In the same interview, she whipped out the Trump Card saying:

CNN [Trump’s election] “counteracts a lot of the good that we’re doing, because a lot of men say, ‘Well, our president does it, and he got elected even after people discovered that he was an abuser, so I’m just going to go ahead and do what I want to do.’ “

Last week, Jane pulled out her Trump Card again to cover her American shame.
Now she tells the BBC:

(Question) “Are you proud of America today?”
The actress was very quick to reply with a hard “no.”

“But, I’m proud of the resistance. I’m proud of the people who are turning out in unprecedented numbers and continue over and over and over again to protest what Trump is doing. I’m very proud of them, that core.”

No, she isn’t proud of America but even that can get swilled up in that Trump Card. (or should we call it the anti-Trump card?) I can see the ad now: ‘If it works for Jane Fonda, imagine what it can do for you?’ She’s proud of resistance or dissent though.

So it doesn’t only work once, you can just keep right on using it with the same results.

Hillary has had mixed results using her card because there is so much to cover. Still, it’s been effective in mitigating her damage. But she needs the super-plutonium version.

Bob Corker threw down his Trump Card, despite election problems, and no one mentioned his inside trading scandals or the investigation. The media turned him into a saint.

Mitt Romney used his a few times with positive effects. The left even ignored its phobia of his wealth. All that melted away. Plus, having a RINO card backs him up in emergencies.

McConnell tried using his but it got temporarily rejected. So there’s one outlier.

Maxine Waters uses her Trump Card constantly. Any of her hypocrisy is ignored. She’s Auntie Maxine, most quotable for “Impeach 45.” Florida Rep Wilson is also having lots of luck playing her Trump Card constantly. She now says she’s a rock star.

Look at George Bush. He was the most despised man for 16 years. Do I have to remind you how the left and media hated him? We were coerced into defending that Republican sore. He gave an anti-Trump speech this week and voila. His card worked like a charm.

Now media and people like liberal’s historian, Douglas Brinkley, say Bush’s speech will live in infamy, as a call to arms against Trumpism. (All the isms Bush used he didn’t mention that one.) Brinkley called it a warning on nationalism. His popularity on the left sored. They are praising Bush for bravery and courage. He didn’t vote for Trump and his father endorsed Hillary. This proves the left is gullible enough, the potential is enormous.

McCain took some heat for not voting for the repeal and replace. But he was praised by liberals for being an obstructionist. Now he attacks Trump again, and again they praise him. Playing political games is despised and yet McCain is celebrated. He also has had a gold RINO Card just for everyday use. Media widely accepts the RINO card, too.

There are still tests underway on the Trump Card but, as you can see, already there are exciting results. No one knows yet how far it can go, or any application limits? But so far it has rivaled its cousin, the Race Card. It already seems just as versatile except without all the extra baggage.

And like any new invention, people are finding that it is hard to imagine life without it.

Sort of reminds me of Rod Blagojevich: “I’ve got this thing and it’s f****ing golden, and, uh, uh, I’m just not giving it up for f***in’ nothing.” Gee, I wonder if the Trump Card can do anything for him? Or maybe OJ can try it?

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DACA Caca

I just can’t stand this DACA debate caca anymore. It’s time for a good old flush.
As if there is any debate, but the caca keeps getting deeper.

I noticed the left calls us Americans deplorables yet cries their hearts out for “undocumented” illegal immigrants. Dems, I see what you did there.

A couple facts:

#1)The reason they are here in the first place is because the border is broken.

Not because “the immigration system is broken.” The Dems busted “the system.”

#2)The only reason the problem exists is because the Democrats refused to secure the border 30 years ago on Reagan. Liars that they are. Happy anniversary!

Now even Iggy knows that if he leaves the barn doors open at night he’ll have an empty barn in the morning. It’s not about having a fetish for barn doors.

Dems removed the door from its hinges… busted it real good. But then they don’t believe in borders or security anyway. “Everybody in the pool.”

Something like what would happen to my farm if I had no fences, boundaries or enforcement. I’d have no crops either and could kiss the farm bye-byes. So we bought the farm and Dems gave it away, as much as they could. Never mind their reasons.

Obama illegally created the DACA caca for illegals. And one for parents that got derailed.

Now they demand we keep DACA legal but can’t have border security. Sound familiar yet? They’ll promise some border security, if we guarantee amnesty to these undocumented. So they can back out and screw America. Then they’ll want broader amnesty for the other 11+ million more, using their activist courts.

Now whenever I have a defiant bull I find a way to control it before it can do any damage. I don’t grant it amnesty. But Iggy still has doors on his barn too, for a good reason.

They want amnesty for DACA so they can screw USA again. What part of screw America don’t we get? Anytime anyone tries to talk me into forfeiting my barn doors and fences I get a little suspicious. So goes the pussheads on the left.

Now where is that branding iron?

Deplorable Hillary waste: oooh that smell

Hi, Iggy Bliss here. It’s been a while but I’m back after composing my thoughts from the election. (winning can do that to you)

But after Hillary came out with her new book, I just couldn’t re-restrain myself. The queen of “what difference at this point does it make?” has not lost her edge. Now she says “it’s happening!”

Well, I’ve been around the barnyard here for a long time, with all the animals, but I never smelled a nasty pile like that before. Ol’ Iggy knows the difference between hog waste and horse manure. And I think she invented a whole new waste category.

Most of us deplorables, and even barnyard animals, are more tuned into reality than that has been IS. She’s flat out delusional

Here is what she said on Twitter:

So Hillary, you will be “fighting” with everything you have against the rule of law, Constitution, and the American people. Thank goodness you lost, you harlot

Then she does an interview with Anderson Cooper and, asked about going to the inauguration, Hillary said, “I am inflicted with the responsibility gene.”

Call me tared and feathered. She has the responsibility gene? The bitch busts out her new book like she’s breaking out a bottle of Dom Pérignon(’59). Sorry, Hillary, the lies weren’t that good the first time around. But she breaks it out the day after 911. That date is not a surprise or floating date every year.

Yet you picked that day. As they say, “if it happens” in politics “you can bet it was planned that way.” Vintage Dom Pérignon it isn’t. My cousin Carl makes better stuff than that out behind his shed. Maybe you should have had a swig of that stuff before writing a book.

On Russia and Trump, she sees communications, meetings and phone calls and maybe financial intermingling to validate collusion. She says it is bigger than Watergate. Remember she tipped us off in the 90’s about the vast right-wing conspiracy after her husband for years. I got your tip right here, Hillary. All 4 of ’em.

She believes Russia had a “highly sophisticated influence operation” that cost her votes. Thus, she lost the election. But back up! So in her world, Hillary was so good it took Moscow to take her down. Well, with the help of the other culprit, Comey, who she credits with costing her the election. Hey, does that mean Moscow, Putin and Comey colluded?

She’s also more interested in “cleaning her closets” than worrying about her corruption catching up to her — like jail time. Hillary talks about closets? Please remind Hillary that there aren’t any closets in Leavenworth. But so nice for her to leave Bubba clean closets for his new floozy. (she won’t be wearing jumpsuits) She will be breaking into your stash of Dom Pérignon on special occasions, like your sentencing anniversaries.

Hillary says she is deeply committed, to being involved in politics, so Democrats don’t lose ground. Good, she has a lot of experience at losing to share with them.

I think the sun has been beatin’ on that deplorable loser’s pile for too long. If Sarah Palin wrote that book, Hillary Clinton would be the first person out screaming “Bullshit!”

Iggy’s got some stalls to muck out…..Hillary should have done that before her book.

I’ll be back when politics get too squeamish for prime time pussheads.

Our Country Rewritten

I took the liberty to rewrite the sentiments the way Leftists see things in our country.

Rewritten: the way it was, according to today’s Left:

Four score and seven years ago, our forefathers brought forth to this continent a new racist nation, dedicated to the proposition that all men are created unequal….

That it is government’s duty to make and keep them unequal; that equality of people was never really intended to exist in the US, or be guaranteed by its Government.

Therefore, it is now government’s foremost duty to pay for that. Though this ideal may never be accomplished, it must always strive to admit its racist founding and structuring. But that is not enough.

So groups and minorities can and must hold fast to perpetual grievances against government and others, and dutifully pass them on to the next generation.

That the grievance industry of non-whites be forever granted wide reprieve for any offenses committed against whites on account of this original, ongoing sin of structural racism.

That this white racist nation never be able to shed its blame or guilt for social injustice, inequality, bigotry, systemic and institutional racism, and its offenses to humanity.

That AmeriKa shall never be healed from, or forgiven for, its systemic racist past.
(*I’ll call that the Getty Redress)

Hence. we are the United Racist States of America, or so says the left.
 
Exhibit A: when the Marxists and leftists see the pictures of that march in Charllotesville, they see AmeriKa as the KKK clan. That is how they really see America, like a clan state.

That picture is just a metaphor for their distorted view of the whole country.

But in reality, what normal non-radicalized Americans see are angry, hate-filled leftists: streaming down the streets, stopping traffic, shouting slurs at cops, lighting police cars on fire, burning down buildings, breaking windows, rioting, in black hooded attire assaulting people, shouting down every speaker they don’t agree with, destroying statues, shutting down businesses, looting stores, shutting down bridges and highways, protesting or threatening businesses that don’t align with their political agenda; while calling opponents any names and _phobes they want, who can’t be reasoned with or confronted, and who’s actions are justifiable by government’s structural or other people’s systemic racism.

So the radical left’s metaphor is really only a graphic diversion from the correct picture of reality Americans see unfolding in front of them. Reality does not fit with the left..

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