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ARE YA HAPPY NOW FAT DONNIE?

You fat stupid motherfucking piece of shit. Are you happy that a lot of young people whose water you’re not even remotely fit to carry are gonna get killed because of your colossal insecurity? Yeah, you’re a real tough guy. Heaven forbid you should have even the smallest concern for the innocents who will be … Continue reading

I HAVE RESISTED SAYING THIS – HOWEVER, NOW I HAVE TO

While many others with the serious psychoanalytical expertise I do not possess have done so already I have long resisted the temptation to make a serious comparison between Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler, but I can no longer keep myself from doing so. However, this is less about the similar mechanisms by which both have … Continue reading

THE LAW!

This is a story as old as the hills The rich hire the lawyers The poor pay the bills So, in light of the current impeach throes A poem on just where the law’s reach goes I type with thoughts that gnaw Why should I heed the law While Rudy trots the globe For scofflaws … Continue reading

AN ODE TO THE ODIOUS

The verbĀ  to trump has been used extensively across Britain to refer to the breaking of wind. It is especially the case in the North, in Wales and certainly in Norfolk. Over the centuries, fart has not been without linguistic rivals. Since the early fifteenth century, for example, trump has served as a synonym for … Continue reading

DO NOT SEND THE ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT TO THE SENATE!

To hell with Mitch McConnell who, in 2016, single-handedly blocked President Barack Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland to the supreme court, declaring any appointment by the sitting president to be “null and void.” Now both McConnell and Lindsey Graham have already arrogantly admitted that none of the incriminating facts about this criminal in the White … Continue reading

WE CAN REMOVE THIS PRESIDENT

There is only one thing that will move the Republican Senate to vote to impeach Trump. That one thing is the fear of their not being re-elected. If they see enough of the electorate out in the streets protesting and rallying for impeachment they will have little choice but to bow to the will of … Continue reading