Wednesday, March 29, 2017


After the trump care bill fizzled out in the House of Republicans (sic) last week, the so-called precedent (sic) began dropping hints that he'd kill the ACA with bureaucracy rather than legislation. Huffington Post says that approach will probably cause the most pain for people who elected the asshole last November.

In the overall scheme of things, having the so-called precedent (sic) give the only people who still like him a good hard fucking-over is probably the quickest way to get rid of him. Nothing changes minds like putting things on a personal level.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Learning from experience? Huh?

Howard Fineman at Huffington Post discusses the implications of the so-called precedent's (sic) epic Trump Care failure. Stating the obvious, Fineman notes there are lessons to be learned from this experience, about the limits of presidential power and how the federal government is different from the business Fatso's running on the side.

Seriously, what clues does anyone see that this dookie bird is going to fundamentally change everything about himself to try becoming an effective president? If he wanted to develop political skills, he would have started by running for mayor or something and worked his way up the career ladder.

Nope, what we see is what we got. We just have to deal with it. This is the guy who believes he's the sharpest pencil in the box, never makes mistakes, and isn't responsible for the results of other people's stupidity.

Final thought: Maybe someday Republicans will realize that if they want to govern America, they need to elect people who believe in government and have the skills and abilities to make government work for the benefit of all Americans - instead of people whose only interest in government is seeing how much of it they can abolish.

Monday, March 20, 2017

On the Campaign Trail with Fatso

The so-called precedent (sic) is in Kentucky tonight, trying to recapture the glory of his 2016 campaign. Since his favorable rating is now below 40 percent, and his disapproval number is nearly 60 percent, it's not surprising the fat fuck might turn off Fox News and spend lots of taxpayer money for an ego massage in a state that helped him win the Electoral College while being steamrolled in the popular vote. Anything that might distract attention from those hearings that began in the House today, I guess.

The question is how much longer red state assholes will keep coming to listen to the same old shit for the 500th time. Are those losers really that desperate for entertainment?

Thursday, March 16, 2017


I love the smell of shit in Trump's underwear in the morning. It smells like... victory.

Sunday, March 12, 2017


The conservative argument for abolishing Obamacare seems to be this: Health insurance costs will be reduced because people who can't afford the premiums will no longer be required to obtain insurance coverage. Their cost goes to zero. Plus, billionaires will get a huge tax break, saving them millions. See? Freedom.

U.S. Representatives only have to win a majority of the votes in their districts, which, for Republicans, are usually drawn to protect the Republican incumbent. That's the reason the House is filled with shit birds like this Jordan guy and the rest of the House Freedom Caucus.

Senators have to win statewide elections, so occasionally some of them have a lucid thought.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Lying Bastard

We've been reading about the fat POS every day for at least a year now, and the only thing we know about him with absolute certainty is that he's a liar. He lies constantly, about important things and trivial things. He even says things that can be proven to be lies in less time than it takes me to type this sentence. He brags that he could commit a murder in plain view and his fans would still love him, so obviously he doesn't give a fuck about something as mundane as simple honesty.

Knowing his record, is there any reason to believe that on this ONE thing that's serious enough to lie about, he's telling the truth?

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Interesting Facts

Question: How is the so-called precedent (sic) different from a sweet potato?

Answer: A sweet potato is healthy for you, and you can legally cook one and eat it. Otherwise, in terms of appearance, personality, and intelligence, they are virtually identical.




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