March 25, 2016

Weirder and weirder..

I swear to Holy Jesus (on this Good Friday), this POTUS campaign is getting really weird. This just ran on Drudge:

I dunno what the hell this is about, but I thought I would trap a picture of that old hag -- especially the green complexion and all. And, as long as we're into the tin-hat stuff, I still think that brat is not the offspring of Bill & Hill.

Here's a pretty good comparison of the her and the potential sperm donors -- and my vote's for the creepy guy on the left (Webb Hubbell):

In hte mean time, y'all have a happy Easter and a great weekend!


March 24, 2016

Last Tango in the world burns..

From Drudge:

Well, well, well, here's The Lawn Jockey struttin' his stuff out on the floor while ISIS hacks heads, guns down Parisians, bombs Brussels, and prepares to crucify a Catholic priest on Good Friday. But, no, they aren't "an existential threat". At least not to Preezy Dickhead.

Wonder if he needs a stick of butter?


March 23, 2016

Not an existential threat, my ass!

Our beloved Lawn Jockey -- not 24 hours from yet the R.O.P. Goat humpers' Brussels murder spree -- released video saying that ISIL (not even the stones to call it ISIS) is NOT an existential threat to the U. S.

You really want to listen to the simpering, lisping, dripping pile of phallic rash on this subject then you go ahead and Google it. All I gotta say is:

Existential Threat this, Butt Wiper!

..and, while we're on the question of what that feather-boa-wearing fruitball will be doing after after 20 January 2017, I understand that Bill & Hill have asked him to stay on as part of their administration:


March 21, 2016

Hanging with the Commie and the Commie POTUS

What goes around comes around, as they say. So our Lawn Jockey POTUS with the shriveled testicles decides -- in the last ten months of his POTUS-hood -- to kiss [the ass of] and make up with the crotch-hair-bearded dictator who has been a pain in the read of U. S. presidents since our little trouser snake was a babe in swaddling clothes back in Indonesia.

(I mean, Preezy Dickhead hasn't had a commie butt to smooch since that fat tub of goo, Hugo Chavez, in Venezuela had his asshole rot out with cancer and started his dirt nap three years ago. Sean Penn is still waddling around in that back mourning dress and veil.)

Anyway, the BusHitler crowd used to revel in misconstruing the "Mission Accomplished" sortie that "W" flew when he zipped out to meet the Abraham Lincoln sailing back into San Diego after returning form the Gulf. Those pencil-neck geeks never did get it right, anyway. It was "Mission Accomplished for the Abe Lincoln -- NOT "W" and his war in Iraq. But they never let the facts get in the way of a good story, do they.

So now Drudge has deliciously turned it around on them with this photo:

Don't you just love how he is standing up there on the stage with all his cronies and the decrepit old building in the background and the grey skies and the slum environs of Havana. Shit, it sure did not look as gloomy when Michael Corleone visited, did it?

Maybe they can re-build a few casinos, bars and strip joints and re-animate Batista to get a little life back down there?

Justce Jeanine FTW! (Yet again) and a start on Huge Hewittless..

The life of an old soldier (as I euphemistically think of myself) is a dreary one. I have become the zwieback-gumming old codger who shuffles down to the diner with my child-bride, Hoovers up my meatloaf and mashed potato special, returns home and totters over to the couch to digest and watch the pathetic offerings that is weekend TV.

One of the few bright spots in the tattered political commentary that comprise the fabric of the once-proud Fox News is Justice [with] Judge Jeanine [Pirro] who aims her caustic blowtorch at those who would thwart the people's hopes and dreams for a square shake from the Ruling Class in DC. This is yet another in her long line of defenses of Donald Trump as being the people's choice versus the Beltway Insider/Consultant Class/Lobbyists comfy get-along-go-along sycophants. Here she dismembers turdbags like Mitt[ens] Romney and the rest for actually trying to disrupt the will of their party members.

..and, it what might be one of the more interesting "coming out parties", she interviews Scott Baio, former actor and now producer and Hollywood executive. It has been long known that Mr Baio is a conservative but what he has to say about The Donald going to Washington "to blow things up" is bracing!

I do not believe I have heard ANYONE distill my feelings for my support for Donald Trump any more clearly and succinctly as this. I believe I am getting moist.

That said, I have been doing some thinking on what is most revolting about the DC establishment (as LL likes to call them, "Our Betters") and probably the face of these is the conceit and condescension embodied in that tool of Salem Radio commentary, Hugh Hewitt, hereinafter referred to as "Huge Hewittless".

In a previous "placeholder post" I mentioned that it was time to distill and crystallize my feelings about this sack of bovine offal and, to that end, I wanted to start up a thread over at HotGas.Net to elicit input from others as to how they felt.

Note down below that there's a request to start a grumble thread on the Living Dead and wanted to weigh in with a similar request. Well, not exactly. Let me explain:

As some of you know, I am not a big fan of Hugh Hewitt ("Huge Hewittless" as I call him) as I consider him to be the smug, condescending, vapid face of all that is RINO and GOPe and MSG. Of course, my already milli-regard (10−3) for him descended to femto-regard (10−15) when he did his "who is the leader of.." number on Trump during an interview on his show. But, since the re-election of the Dickless Pharaoh, I had come to see what a game these folks like him and Benson and Shapiro and the other pompous, vainglorious pricks were running as members of the Beltway Insider/Consultant/Lobbyist ruling/chattering class.

So, since I am an insecure, sniveling little weasel, I wonder it mightn't be possible to elicit similar reactions amongst the HotGas Family at one of these nightly soirees?

Hell; don't even mind it if you use the opportunity to tell me to get stuffed -- so long as you provide a reason or reasons why you think I am all wet.

But, in the main, it's clear that Pat Caddell passed up a golden opportunity to cold-cock this trouser-snake when they appeared on Hannity's show that time long ago.

So, let the games begin!

..and my sincere thanks!

Well, while it has to be conceded that Hewittless has considerable int the way of credentials and I used to be a big fan of his, it is clear that he is a firm tool of the GOPe and is, generally a limp-dicked fawning toadie of his DC masters somewhat approaching -- insofar as I am concerned -- the veracity of Baghdad Bob.

It is also fair to say that, if Donald J. Trump becomes the next POTUS, watching Hewittless's head explode will be one of the thrills derived as a result of this bloodless coup.


March 20, 2016

The Inevitability of a Decaying, Beached Whale..

(I posted this over at HotGas.Net in the early morning of their 20 March Quote of the Day.)

..allow me to to add to the QOD:

Being compulsive and possessing a small bladder, I was wandering around the interwebs this morning and came up with an interesting article on the "inevitability" Hillary Clinton as POTUS. It is a pretty thorough analysis and not a lot of its points are the three-corner bank shots that that comprised similar wishcasting of the Romney over Obama pieces that appeared four years ago. Here is an excerpt (emphasis added):

Delegate Map, Clinton v. Trump
Again, what matters in a general election is who wins swing states and who turns out their base. So let’s see how things look in a head-to-head between Clinton and Trump:

Remember the majority of swing states that Hillary has either decisively lost or tied in? Six of these have voted on the Republican side, and Trump handily won half of them (New Hampshire, Nevada, Florida). Trump also carried all of the swing states that Clinton won in except Ohio–and in that case, he nearly defeated a sitting governor with an active campaign infrastructure still intact from his recent re-election. Kasich only managed to pull off a victory at the 11th hour, after Rubio instructed his voters to vote for the governor instead. In Florida Trump managed a landslide victory over Rubio on his own turf in the process and secured an endorsement from current Florida Governor Rick Scott. As for the solidly-red southern states that comprise most of Clinton’s pledged delegate lead–guess who carried all of these rather decisively on the Republican side, and often with record turnout? That’s right, Donald Trump.

That is, Trump is likely to decisively beat Clinton in virtually all of the states that she has performed strongly in so far, and seems poised to win many of the states she lost as well. This leaves her relying heavily on the solidly blue states, which overwhelmingly voted against her in the primaries, suggesting that enthusiasm will not be high with her base. Forget national polling. When one takes a sober look at the electoral map—at who can turn out their base in solidly partisan states and appeal in swing states, based on how the primaries have turned out thus far, the edge is cleanly with Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.

But it gets worse:

Trump has a large and passionate base. And while many Republicans are not comfortable with Trump, they passionately hate Hillary Clinton–and faced with such a stark choice, most would vote for Trump if only to deny Clinton the White House. Reports of Republican elites who say they’d vote for Hillary over Trump are more-or-less meaningless in terms of indicating how most voters will perform: the entire Trump phenomena is a testament to how far out of touch these party elites are with their voting base (meanwhile, endorsements of Hillary Clinton by prominent neocons would only further alienate her from the Democratic base). Make no mistake: Republicans will rally around Trump (or against Clinton), and they will turn out in large numbers to do so.

The same cannot be said on the other side:

A large number of Democrats cannot bring themselves to vote for Hillary Clinton under any circumstances—and while many of these are unlikely to vote for Trump, they may well stay home on Election Day. Already, in the primaries so far, Republican turnout has been far outstripping that of Democrats. If this holds up in the general (or gets worse), it would be damning for Clinton’s candidacy: Democrats rely heavily on uncharacteristically-large left-leaning turnout in presidential election years to win national races. Absent this, they stand no chance–particularly in light of the advantage Trump already seems to have in swing states and with his base.

But the reality of the matter is that many Sanders supporters will not only abstain, they will actually vote for Trump if Hillary wins the nomination. For some, it would be a vote to punish the DNC for its anti-Democratic coronation of Clinton (via the superdelegates). For others, it’d be a nihilistic act: an attempt to burn down the establishment, or to give America “the candidate it deserves.”

But from exit polling we know that many others, particularly in swing states with open primaries, were legitimately torn between Sanders and Trump as the best candidate to direct their anti-establishment sentiment. And if Sanders loses the Democratic nomination, those who voted for him for this reason would not turn around and vote for someone like Hillary Clinton in a general election—they would vote for Trump. And to top it all off, there are a number of other Democrats who staunchly support the Donald over all the other candidates regardless–in fact, they are an important component of his support base.

All of this bodes ill for Hillary Clinton in a general election.

The two emphasized graphs above go to the relative enthusiasm that characterize the two candidates' primary voting. This is often poo-pooed by those who say primary voting turnout is not predictive of general turnout voting turnout. But those arguments are largely based on conventional election years; this one is exceptional because, if anything, Sanders' and Trump's successes are driven by a high degree of voter/citizen dissatisfaction. (There was a nice series of rebuttals/ripostes to one of our lesser-intelligent trolls who was extolling the virtues of Sanders over Trump to the effect that Trump's positions were the same as Sanders except that he did not advocate "free stuff". Forgive if I have improperly paraphrased.)

I dunno know what will happen. (Hell, I'd be up at Santa Anita or Hollywood Park, laying my ranch deed on the trifecta if I possessed that acumen.) All I know is that the horrible human known as HRC grates on my ears 20 seconds after she begins to talk, my bowels churn when I think of her prosecutable, treasonous, reprehensible acts during Benghazi, and I feel in dire need of a prolonged shower and bleach wipe when contemplating the sewage that she and her husband have been swimming in to get to this point.

Will Trump benefit from similar revulsion among other voters?

..I don't know and I ain't sayin'; I'm just sayin'.

March 18, 2016

Violence at GOPe Brokered Convention..

..also a future post.

Coming Attractions: The Truth behind this Shit-Eating Grin..

Tune in some time next week for my rant on the smug, GOPe dickhead below.

"Hello, I am Huge Hewitless, your typical sycophantic MSG GOPe tool"

Feather-Boa-and-Platform-Heel-Wearin' Fag-wa's get fit of the vapors..

I posted this as a comment over on the new HotGas.Com as a response to the Australian and Russkies going apoplectic at the prospect of Donald Trump being elected president. But, hey, bats gotta swim and sharks gotta fly and I gotta rant. it just me or are the formerly macho countries in this world shrinking in the face of The Donald? I mean, we have the Kremlin gasping like wounded debutantes about how Trump "demonizes" them in his 30-second ad and then the country whose national song eulogizes a homeless guy rustling a sheep and committing suicide rather than be taken alive by there authorities are both having a fit of the vapors?

Really? Really?

Let's flash back to the Cold War, fellow babies, and recall how many enemies of the Soviet state were incarcerated in a dank cell, subjected to questionable star chamber proceedings, then escorted down to the basement of the Kremlin, forced to kneel down and dispatched with a round to the brain stem from some Lieutenant's Makarov. Otherwise, they were sent to the not-so-exotic East and made to labor in the work camps in Siberia and fed on wormy dark bread and fish-eye soup. (Hey, I saw the movie One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich too.) Also, prior to this, these were the folks who stared down Hitler's Wehrmacht, gave up a million square miles of their own homeland, and fought the mightiest army in Europe to a standstill in some frozen backwater burg with a military that issued one rifle to TWO soldiers and flew biplanes against the Luftwaffe?

Either alternative to rebelling against the state were at the hands of cold, cruel, calculating, deliberate individuals who did not let a whole lot of emotion get in their way. Also, their military were equally ominous: given half the opportunity, they would have turned our country into a smoking pile of glowing rubble. (Hey, I know. I saw Dr Strangelove and also wrote the software and supported the SIOP that helped is keep these packs of slavering hounds at bay. But I never ate fish eye soup.)

And then there's always our mates down under. I mean, like, you know? Crocodile Dundee who goes out into the Outback and wrestles giant, man-eating reptiles with only a knife. ("Naw, mate, that's a knife!") Even their tennis heroes (Rod Laver) exuded testosterone, fer crissakes! All of a sudden, the whole lot of 'em are donning their tutus and toe shoes and becoming a bunch of vapor-locking flouncing nancies? Breaker Morant? Gallipoli? The ANZAC? The fight in the Desert with their British mates stopping Rommel?

Hey, the Aussies and Russkies (O.K., Soviets) used to cart their cajones around in wheel barrows they were so big. Now, I am afraid they can keep 'em in match boxes -- because they surely have had them shorn off by the limp-dick liberals running their country (in the case of Oz) and, (in the case of the country formerly known as The USSR) who knows how the hell Putin feels about this. Maybe he does not wrestle bears after all.

So, dunno what to say about this. I mean these two countries used to walk the world stage and elicited fear, dread, and admiration because of the hair on their chests and under their armpits and even in their crotch.

Maybe now they're all lining up for a bikini-wax in their feather boas and platform heels.

On the other hand, maybe The Donald's really our man!


March 14, 2016

Why Washington’s Political Class Is Losing Control

This was something that came across the other day. I posted this in haste and then forgot my $%^@*;#! password. Anyway, here it is. Of course, my good and faithful friend, LL, was first on the scene to comment and I always appreciate that!

Why Washington’s Political Class Is Losing Control
Sen. David Perdue / March 14, 2016

The Washington political establishment has hit the panic button. Not because they are afraid of any one individual or candidate, but because they are afraid of losing their own political power.

This town is filled with well-intentioned people who believe they are doing the right thing, but far too many have lost their way after years in Washington. Politicians pay more attention to special interests groups and powerful lobbyists writing checks to their next campaign, than listening to the people back home who sent them here in the first place.

This dangerous power vacuum has fueled frustration and created an entirely new breed of disenfranchised voters who are fed up with the status quo. These are real people, their anger is palpable, and it’s not going away anytime soon.

A recent survey of likely Republican primary voters showed that 86 percent believe that “people like me don’t have any say about what the government does.” Another recent exit poll in my home state of Georgia showed six in ten Republicans felt “betrayed” by their political party.

This sentiment is something I heard countless times during my campaign for the United States Senate just over a short year ago. It is what pulled me to get involved personally to try and make a difference. But this is not just happening in Georgia. People across America are angry, frustrated, and scared because they feel like Washington is not listening to them.

A growing number of Americans are more motivated by this feeling of frustration than any individual political ideology. The rise of career politicians has completely shifted the political paradigm from just liberal versus conservative. There is now a disconnect between the Washington political class and everybody else—the insiders versus the outsiders.

When most Americans look at the federal government, all they see are years of failed policies that have made life harder for them and their families, and a political class that is well connected and uninterested in giving them a say in how to right the ship.

People are still hurting, and they are weary of Washington’s penchant for business as usual. Georgians sent me—someone who had never run for elected office—to the United States Senate to try and do something about it and change the system. In state after state this year, voters have voiced support for presidential candidates who are not part of the political class.

This is a growing movement, and it is bigger than any one candidate or election victory. Unless the political establishment is willing to learn from the anger felt by millions of Americans who feel left behind, this will not end in November.

True to form, though, political elites prefer tearing down individuals to understanding what created this movement. This movement of Americans wants nothing to do with Washington, and neither endorsements nor criticisms are going to change that.

No matter who our Republican presidential nominee is at the end of this process, one thing is clear, we cannot allow Democrats to double down on the failed policies of the last seven years.
A better course of action would be a candid examination of what can be done to regain the trust of the American people. Let’s start with simply listening to them.

March 6, 2016

Hillary Clinton and as long as we're on the subject of shitty people..

Well, here's a really great fusillade by Jeanine Pirro on the subject of the the guy I voted for in 2012:

Here she strips the paint off the nutless Mitten's backside and applies a blowtorch to same -- all of it totally deserved. I gotta tell you this business is getting almost cartoonish and, to any sane person with common sense, it seems like the GOPe are trying to give this election away to The Decaying Beached Whale. (Only reason for this? They are more status quo with the establishment Dem and GOPe being in power than they are doing the work of the people

I kinda am getting to appreciate why the French had issues with their aristocracy. In other words, out betters, our overlords are bending the good and honorable people (Republican, Democrat, Independents) of this country over to keep their cushy set of circumstances. Basically, I think Judge Pirro is correct; we are probably closer to a revolution in the 240 years since the last one than we have ever been.

Personally, if we razed DC and started all over again we could hardly do worse.


Goodbye, Nancy

On this rainy and gloomy Sunday morning, it is reported that Nancy Reagan has passed away at 94.

I am sad for many reasons chief among them that she was a steadfast and good wife to a wonderful president and person. She was our last earthly link to Ronald Reagan. But, happily, she will now be with The Gipper for an eternity. My wishes are for both of them to have peace and happiness.

One of the nicer sentiments over a was expressed by this commenter:

Of course, fulfilling my destiny as designated turd-in-the-punchbowl, I weighed in with this tasteless observation:

..hey, you gotta go with your gut. And I weary of the sludge an grime and crap that now floats around in the toilet bowl that is D.C.