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Friday, November 15, 2019

Friday Fun

Betrayal

The Donkeys have been nipping at each other for supremacy for the better part of a year now. Some have dropped out of the race, but not many. Many of the twenty-five or so have been clinging to the race for nomination by their very teeth. 

Three months from the Iowa Caucus and the beginning of the nominating primary season and in jumps Zillionaire Bloomberg and Devil Patrick, an Obama acolyte who feels that he can eclipse, corrupt old Slow Joe Biden, and will get the Obama endorsement. It's kabuki theater of a very high order. Bloomberg doesn't need to raise money. He can buy everything and still have billions to burn and leave his fellow donkeys floundering. Devil already has money pledged by the Obama faithful or he wouldn't have jumped into the race. Now there is Hillary, awaiting her moment to leap into the fray, entertaining us by falling on her ample rear at critical moments and watching her staff commit suicide if they screw up.

Tell me that we're not having fun. The memes alone are epic.

Veeps?

The Buttguy is running for the Vice Presidential slot for whoever will pick him up. So also may be Tulsi. 

Kamala is a sea anchor because she can't even poll well in California. She may make a great mistress, and those skills made her a Senator from CA, but that's about it. Spartacus would take a VP nod, but really? Spartacus Booker? Yang doesn't have the stroke or the constituency to do much for the Donkeys as a VP. Castro - is Castro and needs a bigger beard to get into character.

Half Time Show

In a desperate bid to garner interest from the lethargic American public, officials involved in the Trump impeachment proceedings have announced that BeyoncĂ© Knowles will perform at today’s Superbowl-styled impeachment halftime show.

Citing poor concentration skills and general apathy among American voters, it was decided entertainment during an interval was needed to increase interest in the country’s latest impeachment proceedings, which was initially billed as “the most entertaining impeachment of them all”.

Prog Disappointment

The first day of impeachment hearings only brought in 13.1 million viewers over all news outlets, which is a decline from the halcyon numbers achieved during Big Jim Comey's hearings, where the smug AH laid out how wounded he was.
The 13,098,000 who tuned in on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, CSPAN and PBS marks a 32 percent drop from the number of people who watched James Comey’s testimony to Senate Intelligence Committee in May 2017, which delivered more than 19 million viewers.
In February, former Trump personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen’s testimony delivered 15.8 million viewers, while 13 million tuned in to see former special counsel Robert Mueller testify before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees.
Shifty
Maybe a Beyonce half-time show will boost the ratings? Rep. Adam Schiff, ringmaster in the circus and chief clown in the kangaroo court certainly must hope so. Because the show is about all the Democrats have besides the twenty-five or twenty-six (or more, who knows? Maybe Shifty Schiff will end up running too?) candidates who are trying to convince America that a communist future is a lot more interesting than the Golden Age of Capitalism that the nation now enjoys under President Trump. 

The scam, glorified by the corrupt, lying, filthy, sly mainstream media, is a disgraceful stain on the nation's honor. 

29 comments:

  1. Shifty Schiff is a clear lunatic. He has Sanpaku eyes. In Japanese traditional medicine and in my humble experience visible whites above the eyes is a sign of lunacy.

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    1. They're both as crazy as $hithouse rats.

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    2. Eyes are said to be the mirror of the soul, Ed. Pretty nasty souls inside AOC and Shifty.

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  3. Well done, LL. I've pretty much ignored the hearings in favor of cleaning Erica kittehs litter box, and watching the gold paint dry on my pine cones.

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    1. You idle Idaho rich with your gold pinecones. "LET THEM EAT CAKE", I hear you cry from your balcony.

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  4. And the jokes just write themselves.

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  5. Excellent commentary as always.

    Was away for a break, had cable where we stayed, watched a little to stay abreast. Never ceases to amaze the ease in which that cadre of subversives lie so convincingly (to the uninitiated that is). I say let them run this thing to the Senate, maybe it will so totally languish there that the Dem's will have no time for anything else...do no harm as it were.

    Bloomberg, despite his business success, is no Trump...the guy is a wet paper bag. Altho, he could see eye to eye with KJU, aren't they about the same height? The rest of the doofus field - as you point out - are noise-level gnats. And it's obvious HRC's delusion continues. Unless Mrs. Obama decides to get into the race (doubtful, the O's like being treated as rock star celeb's), I suspect Hillary will toss her hat in the ring as the self-appointed Dem party savior.

    Nice adder with the halftime show concept...I have an in-law that produces such things...could be lucrative as clearly Schiff and team need some help with the public image.

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    1. You know, a Roman luminary like Nero would like to have the rights to produce the impeachment halftime show. Babies being strangled by their birth cords, Bill Clinton raping a ten year old girl, Christians being eaten by hungry lions, baby harp seals clubbed to death. It would be high drama. They could release murderers on to the streets of San Francisco and have drones follow them to witness the people they kill. It would be a progressive extravaganza. Must see TV.

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    2. Well, as it has been said, "When in Rome..." (and who knew the Hunger games was fiction.)

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  6. Colorado had two in the race. Former Governor Wishy-washy dropped out and is now the national Dems pick for Senator. Carpetbagger Michael Bennett is still in the race. The only thing he has going for him is his younger brother, James, is a bigwig with the New York Times.

    I still look for the former First "Lady" to end up with the nomination.

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    1. She's having too much fun being fabulous - like Oprah.

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  7. I've got no dog in the Dem nomination fight. I don't care who runs against The Donald because they will have to run against some good times in the US lately, an impossibly tall order.

    JFK did it successfully after the Ike years, acknowledging that the times were good, but elect him and they could be even better. I don't see anybody giving a nod to Trump's success, and that will be the dagger in their efforts. Even the dumbest indifferent American voter notices bigger paychecks, and their perennially unemployed brother-in-law now holding down a job and as such is no longer sponging off of them.

    Whoever winds up getting the Dem tap will get their ass handed to them, The Donald will eat their lunch in the general. You heard it here first. Well, not really, LL spells it out quite well above. I should have just said 'Ditto that.'

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  8. PS: impeachment, schmimpeachment. Kabuki theater, that's all.

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    1. As the newly minted Lord High Executioner, we have expectations...that's all.

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    2. Do I have to chop heads, or can I merely pox them? I need guidance...

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    3. I think that poxing is ok for the run of the mill situation. Save the guillotine for special occasions. But wear that black hood and leather jerkin all the time just to set the tone for your new job.

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  9. Semi-legal coup is all it is...

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    1. It's only legal "because they say that it is". The donkeys are planting the seeds that will bloom into a bitter harvest for themselves. Mark these words.

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    2. Yep. If you throw enough sh1t, some of it bounces back and hits you.....

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  10. Their only hope for a ratings increase is a "wardrobe malfunction".....

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  11. Oi. Half-time? Really?
    Great post and comments.

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  12. Grew up on a farm, but my interests lead to working in a city. Every time I went back, the quiet was like a cloud of peace descending onto my mind. How much does the incessant noise contribute to the crazy years we are living in?
    Frank

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    1. I don't know, Frank, but you're definitely onto something. When I go to SoCal to visit the kids, I have difficulty coping with the constant noise and even background noise at night. Here, it's exceptionally quiet with the crows being the chatterboxes. We've seen a lot of bald eagles lately and they don't get on with the crows.

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