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TRUMP: THE SCUMBAG KING OF KOWARDLY KRIMINALS

“The Australian man facing murder charges for the rampage left a lengthy white supremacist manifesto defending and explaining his actions. In it, among other things, he praised Trump as “a symbol of renewed white identity.” –The Dallas News. Trump: “I can tell you I have the support of the police, the support of the military, … Continue reading

DOES ANYONE SEE THE SURREAL IRONY HERE?

I posted this piece on August 28th of this year. It is satire…or is it? Well… good satire is an exaggeration of reality. So, now, in December, the Republicans decide to pass a Prison Reform Bill for real – on the verge of many of them being carted off to prison! You can’t make this … Continue reading

DON’T DROP THE SOAP DONNY

Whenever I see and hear these apologists for Trump on TV saying things like, well, I think the President is giving a lot of thought to this crisis…Or; I don’t know whether or not so-and-so will be able to carry out the President’s agenda etc, etc, as I am screaming profanities I want to put … Continue reading

OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!

Ever since I was old enough to understand politics and politicians I have disliked Republicans. In my long lifetime I have seen only one and a quarter Republican presidents that were worthy of my admiration. And those Presidents, Dwight D. Eisenhower and George H. W. Bush, would not be welcome in today’s Republican Party.  I … Continue reading

THE END OF DEMOCRACY; A CAUTIONARY TALE

In light of the “digitally enhanced” (read; phony)video purporting to show CNN reporter Jim Acosta placing his hands on a young woman at a press conference, and the fact that the piece of shit in the oval has so far gotten away with all the outrageous lies that come out of his pie hole. Lies which … Continue reading

THE KLEPTPLUTOGARCHY

KLEPTPLUTOGARCHY (noun) /ˌkleptˌplo͞oˈtä ɡärkē/ rule by a very, very small, very wealthy group of thieves. Since Watergate and the ensuing election which brought a Democratic wave the Republican party has earnestly set about to disenfranchise voters. Sadly, in only ten years’ time people forgot the example of Watergate, which revealed the lengths to which Republicans … Continue reading

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