Tuesday, January 24, 2017

And after you order it you lose your health care and it spends the meal trying to convince you that its pickle is not small.


  1. Anonymous2:16 AM

    The menu board forgot

    ".... and for dessert, a big chunk of Ivanka's ass"

  2. Anonymous2:57 AM

    If we weren't alarmed before we should be now. Donald Trump has declared that his inauguration day was a "National Day of Patriotic Devotion." Many of us were quiet and thoughtful that day but not for the reason that Trump wants us to believe. Many of us were praying - that our country might somehow survive his administration.

    Trump's also moving towards investigating the "election" because he thinks that 5 million people voted illegally against him. Does that mean that Hillary Clinton really got 5 million more votes than he?

    These are front page stories from the Washington Post this morning. Much to ponder and none of it good.

    1. Anonymous5:20 AM

      He wants an investigation into the “election”, how does he plan to do that without a recount?

      I’m sure there were plenty of illegal immigrants that voted in Mi, those that come to pick the fruit stuck around until the Nov election :) I say let’s have a recount in MI and see how things turn out for mr. trump.

      While were at it, let’s investigate the russian ties to his campaign.

      Becareful what you wish for.

    2. Anonymous5:33 AM

      Anon at 5:20 am. I think there should be a recount of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Florida (the state with a real history of election fraud) for starters and then, as you suggest, let's look closely at Russia's contribution before and on election day. Let's do that investigation. We're not afraid.

    3. Actually, for many of us Friday was a National Day of Mourning.

      Saturday was our day of National Patriotic Devotion and Defiance.


      His advisors will talk Trump out of any election investigation. For him it's vanity because he doesn't want to believe so many people voted against him and he lost the popular vote but a historically YUUUUUGE margin.

      But his advisors know if he starts investigating the vote there is every indication it will not only uncover Russian interference and connections to his campaign but it will also uncover voter fraud, disenfranchisement and tampering by the REPUBLICANS.

      Can't have that now can we?

      It might even show that he didn't win the Electoral college either.

      They're getting everything their hearts desire with Putin's Puppet signing whatever they put in front of him. Today they just got Keystone and Dakota pipelines greenlighted. Still plenty on the agenda. Can't stop until everything is taken from the people and redirected into the pockets of the 0.01%ers.

  3. Anonymous4:09 AM

    Where's the American cheese and the wall of Mexican tortilla chips?

    Disclaimer: If you order it this way, you may not get what you were told you were buying.

    Warning: The Trump sandwich is hard to swallow.

  4. Anonymous4:44 AM

    OMG, talk about being paranoid. Still trying to convince everyone he won the popular vote, starting to sound more unhinged. Only truth told by trump: election was rigged.

    Trump bridge-building overshadowed by false voter fraud line
    By JULIE PACE - The Associated Press

    WASHINGTON (AP) Even as President Donald Trump starts reaching out to lawmakers and business and union leaders to sell his policies, he's still making false claims about election fraud.

    During a bipartisan reception with lawmakers at the White House Monday evening, Trump claimed the reason he'd lost the popular vote to his Democratic rival was that 3 million to 5 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally had voted. That's according to a Democratic aide familiar with the exchange who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the private meeting.

    There is no evidence to support Trump's claim.

    The assertion appeared to be part of a developing pattern for Trump and his new administration in which falsehoods overshadow outreach efforts.....
    -- BUZZ: We hear Rex Tillerson, who will be the next secretary of state, is looking at this mansion in Kalorama that is listed for $5.6 million. http://bit.ly/2jm3uh5

    1. Environmentalists brought Rubio a SPINE since he left his at home.


  5. Anonymous4:46 AM

    Business Insider-
    Trump just got his first approval rating as president — and it's not good

    President Donald Trump's first job-approval rating is in, and it is the lowest an incoming president has ever received.

    Only 45% of Americans approve of Trump's job performance over the first three days of his presidency, according to a Gallup survey released Monday. It's the first time a president has received an initial approval rating under 50% in the history of the poll, which dates back to Dwight Eisenhower's first term in 1953.

  6. Anonymous4:51 AM


    Trump Repeats Lie About Popular Vote in Meeting With Lawmakers
    New York Times - 9 hours ago

    Without evidence, Trump tells lawmakers 3 million to 5 million illegal ...
    Washington Post - 12 hours ago

    1. Anonymous5:26 AM

      He really needs a thorough psychiatric evaluation.

      One republican lawmaker stated he stopped listening to him when he rambled on about his during a meeting.

    2. Anonymous5:57 AM

      Unhinged Donnie Trump will be reliving and REVISING the 2016 election until he leaves (or is forced to leave) office. He can't "leave it alone" as the great Keith Olbermann likes to state.

  7. Anonymous5:22 AM

    First president to poll under 50%

    Trump concentrates on and can't face he is not the People's President.

    Trump blames illegal immigrants for losing the popular vote

    He was protested en mass the day after his inauguration

    Has top aides come up with alternative facts to defend his honor

    America we're fucked

  8. Anonymous5:29 AM

    On Saturday, speaking in front of the CIA’s memorial wall, he boasted about his inaugural address before mentioning those who had died. He falsely claimed to have set a record for appearances on the cover of Time, and said that record would never be broken. The words invoked by Bush—duty, responsibility, service, sacrifice, character—never crossed Trump’s lips. Trump praised not the unheralded work of CIA employees, but the “superstars” of his administration. He said heaven had chosen to drench others, but not him. “God looked down and said, ‘We’re not going to let it rain on your speech,’ ” Trump joked of his inaugural address. “I walked off, and it poured after I left.”


    All this was done in front of his traveling clapping and cheering section.

  9. Anonymous5:33 AM

    Trump looks to speed up Keystone XL with executive actions


  10. Anonymous5:40 AM

    America is getting sick of Trump. Time to impeach him.

  11. Anonymous5:45 AM

    Trump who do you owe?

  12. Anonymous5:45 AM

    Trump’s new alternative fact for the smaller crowds at his inauguration: tin foil hats deflected the camera’s beam of light.

  13. Anonymous5:59 AM

    Oh goodie, that combined with no regulations on cleanliness of the water, expect to be drinking tar sands.

    All the profits go to Canada, creates a few thousand temporary jobs as well as using foreign pipeline.

    How is that making America first? First in pollution?

    Sure is busy with those executive orders, didn’t he criticize Obama for using them, said they were illegal.

    I think signing all those documents makes him feel important.


    Trump expected to sign executive actions to advance Keystone, Dakota Access pipelines

    President Trump is slated to sign executive actions on Tuesday that would advance the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, according to a person familiar with the issue.

    The decision would make good on Trump's campaign promise to approve Keystone, the controversial Alberta-to-Texas pipeline project that has faced vocal resistance from environmental groups. Former President Barack Obama rejected Keystone in 2015 after a years-long analysis of the project.

    The planned 1,100-mile Dakota Access pipeline, which would run from North Dakota to Illinois, has also become a focal point of progressive opposition to fossil fuel projects.


    1. Anonymous8:41 AM

      He has money invested in the Dakota pipeline. Just one of the many thousands of conflicts Trump and his cohorts have.

  14. The EPA has frozen their grants and ordered their employees not to talk about it.


    "EPA staff has been instructed to freeze all its grants ― an extensive program that includes funding for research, redevelopment of former industrial sites, air quality monitoring and education, among other things ― and told not to discuss this order with anyone outside the agency, according to a Hill source with knowledge of the situation.

    An EPA staffer provided the information to the congressional office anonymously, fearing retaliation."

    Trump also signed executive orders greenlighting the Keystone and Dakota pipelines.

  15. Trump is keeping Comey.

    Is anyone surprised?


    Obama should have fired his ass when he had the chance. Like immediately after the election.


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