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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

What's it gonna take?!?!?!!!

That turtle faced, no neck, toadying, water carrying, motherfucking worm just thinks we need a little less drama.
"I think we could do with a little less drama from the White House on a lot of things so that we can focus on our agenda," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a Bloomberg TV interview when asked about reports that Trump told Russia about classified information. (source)
A LITTLE LESS DRAMA? He's clearly not so much pissed about the Grifter-in-Chief giving out classified intel. Neither is he particularly bothered about the giant mango id firing the FBI director in an obvious, Nixonian move to cover that enormous, criminal ass. Nope. Turtle Boy's just upset that 45's doing it so sloppily and that's getting in the way of his attempts to take away our health insurance and hand the environment over to

Could we please, instead, have a president who doesn’t hand out molto sensitive, highly classified intel like canapés at a garden party? How about we have a president who doesn’t jeopardize field ops lives, all so he can play BIG man whilst stroking off his bloated, insane ego?
The president revealed highly classified (code word) information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador during an Oval Office meeting last week, potentially endangering a coveted intelligence asset, compromising a crucial alliance and undermining the war effort against the Islamic State. (source)
 This very same dimwitted piece of piece of fools gold plated rat excrement felt that Snowden should’ve been executed but, hell’s bells, it’s OK when he does the very same thing. But, ya know, when he does it, it’s cool because he’s our reality TV prez. //snort// Perhaps someone could tell him that, here in Realityville, shit don’t get resolved neatly at the end of every ep. Maybe someone should see if the lying sack of rancid flatworm shit even understands that he’s, mega tragically, the real life prez. This ain’t no TV show, bubba boy.
“As President I wanted to share with Russia (at an openly scheduled W.H. meeting) which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety,” Trump said in a couple of tweets. “Humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russia to greatly step up their fight against ISIS & terrorism.”
I have the absolute right to tempt fate, gamble with people's lives and put the country at much greater risk. WHAT a colossally tiny brained, tin-pot dictator wannabe. Does he even know what it means to be humanitarian or is that just a buzzword for him?
But current and former U.S. officials told The Post that Trump's revelations to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador endanger cooperation from an ally that has access to the inner workings of the Islamic State. Officials said the U.S. partner who provided the information that Trump relayed had not given the United States permission to share the material with Russia. (source)
Will any country now feel it’s safe or in their best interests to share important and potentially life saving info with us? Will the U.S. recover from the giant crater 45’s bombed into our credibility?

And what’s it gonna take for those spineless reprobates, McConnell and Ryan, to impeach that double-dealing, obviously mentally ill, id in oxfords?

Dudes, you make a LOT of money – DO YOUR DAMN JOBS!


  1. But do you support these guys or not? Your language is sort of ambiguous...

    Seriously though, I was worried when President Trump was elected because I thought that with Congress being Republican, they were going to be passing stuff at breakneck speed. Then, when that didn't look to be happening, I was afraid they were moving behind the scenes while we all paid attention to the scandals.

    I don't want a corrupt President, but if it keeps them from repealing health care, throwing out the progressive income tax, and starting another war, I will sit back and watch the fireworks for a while.

    1. We're in a completely no-win situation. He's been pres for 116 days, 20 hours and 38 minutes (as I write this) and look at all the horsehit he's done already. Yeah, healthcare's not been eliminated (yet!), he hasn't privatized medicare (yet!) and it's just by the grace of Bast that we're not at war somewhere (yet!). Who knows what'd happen with a President Hatch or Tillerson?

      November '18 can't come soon enough.

    2. Also :-) I really should stop being so damn ambiguous :-)

  2. The Republican leaders are cowards (their reactions to Trump ever since he started running for President show this) who put party before nation and personal political interests before party. There isn't some particular higher level of Trumpian outrageousness that will spur McConnell and the rest into action. Rather, they will do something about Trump when the political costs (risk of losing the next election) for not doing so exceed the political costs for doing so.

    Trump's behavior will not turn them against him. Only continued escalation of pressure from their constituents can do that. They need to keep getting more angry phone calls and shouting matches with enraged people in their town halls.

    1. Agreed. I'm afraid they won't respond to the risk of losing – they'll only respond to actually losing and, of course, it's too late then.

  3. What ever it takes, it won't be pleasant.

    1. Nope – it's gonna be ugly. I see a lot of sleepless nights in my future.