Friday, June 09, 2017

And still they'll keep on supporting him.

It really is like America has elected a comic book villain to their our president.

So where are the heroes to defeat him?


  1. Anonymous2:30 AM

    And...he's tweeting again. But he'll pivot and be predisential (sic) any moment now.

    1. Anonymous7:01 AM

      Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication...and WOW, Comey is a leaker!

    2. Anonymous8:00 AM

    3. Anonymous8:35 AM

      No matter how the Republicans try to spin The Donald, it will never work! The majority in America already know him and don't like, respect or follow him like the minority of Americans that do!

      The guy is 70+ years old, not bright, a bully, ugly in thought and spirit, a racist and set in his ways. You don't change when that age and older!

    4. When has he ever been predisential, er precidented, uh, whatever.

  2. Grey One talks sass2:54 AM

    Sometimes you have to be your own hero.

  3. Anonymous3:25 AM

    Have no fear SP is here!


    1. Anonymous4:16 AM

      Take THAT, $arahbitch....,

    2. Anonymous4:36 AM

      Sarah can't manage her own family, let alone this country. Who listens to HER?

    3. Anonymous7:29 AM

      @4:16 Sweet revenge
      "The USS Gabrielle Giffords is not your typical Navy ship."

  4. Anonymous3:31 AM

    Trumps base is like a cult. They refuse to see what's right before their eyes. I really liked President Obama, but I had my eyes wide open to his faults and didn't agree with everything he did. Weird to listen to Trumps fan club spin for him. They want to believe him at all costs.

    1. Anonymous8:27 AM


  5. Anonymous3:34 AM

    I am getting a little sick of trump supporters complaining that ‘we” are wasting money investigating this russian thing, but three years and a few million or was it billion was just fine to investigate Benghazi.

    1. Anonymous6:58 AM

      "Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication...and WOW, Comey is a leaker!"
      peepee on ME.

    2. Anonymous7:59 AM

      "the unwritten one between the President’s ears that states, “No one shall release bad things about Trump.”

      "Legal experts quickly debunked the fantasy that James Comey is a leaker because Comey’s notes were not classified information. He is going to continue to personally smear the former FBI Director. "Trump’s tweets are pathological."

  6. There are no heros anymore---just people who try to figure out their political capital and where it falls on a given day.

    1. Grey One talks sass5:21 AM

      As I understand the definition of hero it is a person who does the correct thing over and over.

    2. Anonymous10:12 AM

      I think there are plenty of heroes, angela, but none of them belong to the GOP.

  7. Anonymous4:00 AM

    Boo hoo hoo

    Secret recording reveals GOP lawmaker freaking out about ‘going down with the ship’ for Trump
    Tuscon Weekly has obtained a leaked recording of McSally meeting with the Arizona Bankers Association, in which she said that President Donald Trump’s tweeting habits were making life vastly more difficult for Republican lawmakers — and could spark a massive electoral backlash against the GOP in 2018.

    “It’s basically being taken out on me,” she said of Trump’s erratic behavior. “Any Republican member of Congress, you are going down with the ship. And we’re going to hand the gavel to Pelosi in 2018, they only need 28 seats and the path to that gavel being handed over is through my seat. And right now, it doesn’t matter that it’s me, it doesn’t matter what I’ve done. I have an ‘R’ next to my name and right now, this environment would have me not prevail.”

    McSally then complained that liberal activists were completely tying her to Trump, thus making it impossible for her to tout her own independent record as a member of Congress......

    1. Anonymous4:42 AM

      Because I have a working brain, I'm a "liberal activist?" Alrighty then.

      Besides, this is Arizona we're talking about. They re-elected numb brain McCain!

    2. Anonymous5:10 AM

      I'm proud to be a liberal. Calling me a liberal activist is a compliment.

    3. Grey One talks sass5:23 AM

      Oh McSally. We don't judge you because you have an (R) by your name. We judge you on your actions. You are so screwed.

    4. Anonymous7:32 AM

      going down the drain:

    5. Good. Glad to hear it. May they all go down with the shit, er ship.

  8. Anonymous4:34 AM


    Internet comment:
    10 hours ago

    Maybe two life terms would suit him.
    So that means if trump dies in prison and came back to life .
    He would have to go back to jail

  9. Anonymous4:50 AM

    A Trump supporter told me last week, "I don't listen to what he says. I know him, I know in his heart he wants to help the poor."

    How the hell do you counter that insanity?

    Another one told me yesterday that he didn't watch the hearings and that everybody should just give him a chance." This guy, with so much nose hair (it was like a Brillo pad), I'm surprised he could breathe, is simply not paying attention or ?

    1. Anonymous5:12 AM

      Trump fans don't want to know the truth. They have blinding faith in him. Hmmm sounds like some hardcore religious zealots.

    2. Anonymous7:48 AM

    3. Anonymous10:11 AM

      Trump has never, in his entire life, done anything to "help the poor." However, his Democratic opponent last fall, Hillary Clinton, has worked tirelessly since she was a college student to help people who are disabled, sick or disadvantaged. These Trump "fans" sure followed the wrong candidate.

    4. Help the poor into the grave with is Amercan Death Care Act?

      Help the poor into poverty by repealing Dodd-Frank?

      Help the poor starve by cutting the budgets of meal on wheels and SNAP?

      That kind of help?

      Yeah, they are so STUPID.

    5. Anonymous8:50 PM

      Trump fans don't want to know the truth.
      The TRUTH, they can't handle the truth.

  10. Anonymous5:14 AM

    It is Forbes Magazine, capitalist bible, that published the story on the Trumps milking the Eric T. Foundation for its own good. It's worth going to the Forbes site to read all the details.
    And, just my two cents, but if the Brothers Trump are supposed to be running Daddy's business and staying away from anything political, should they stop tweeting political things, which will possibly help the business?
    Do they have no boundaries? Spoiler alert: answer is "no."

    1. Anonymous6:35 AM

      "18 holes of perfectly trimmed fairways with a dose of Trumpian tackiness, including Hooters waitresses and cigar spreads, followed by a clubhouse dinner, dates encouraged. " In reviewing filings from the Eric Trump Foundation and other charities, it's clear that the course wasn't free--that the Trump Organization received payments for its use, part of more than $1.2 million that has no documented recipients past the Trump Organization. Golf charity experts say the listed expenses defy any reasonable cost justification for a one-day golf tournament."
      {not when you have '18 hOle$' to $core. ;-) It Cost TW $30-60,000.oo/per shot}
      "Donald J. Trump Foundation, which has come under previous scrutiny for self-dealing and advancing the interests of its namesake rather than those of charity, apparently used the Eric Trump Foundation to funnel $100,000 in donations into revenue for the Trump Organization."the person who specifically commanded that the for-profit Trump Organization start billing hundreds of thousands of dollars to the nonprofit Eric Trump Foundation, according to two people directly involved, was none other than the current president of the United States, Donald Trump." aka john tiny dick Barron miller
      "Donald J. Trump Foundation famously acted like an arm of the overall business, using the charity's money to settle a Trump business lawsuit, make a political donation and even purchase expensive portraits of its namesake. Meanwhile, Trump businesses billed the Trump campaign, fueled by small outside donors, more than $11 million to use his properties, chefs and private aircraft."The Eric Trump Foundation declined to comment on that donation. In effect, though, this maneuver would appear to have more in common with a drug cartel's money-laundering operation than a charity's best-practices textbook. That $100,000 in outside donations to the Donald J. Trump Foundation (remember: Trump himself didn't give to his own foundation at this time) passed through the Eric Trump Foundation--and wound up in the coffers of Donald Trump's private businesses.

      "His father, Mr. Trump, always, until the presidency, had a very, very tight rein on what was going on," says Gillule, referring to the company's golf courses. "The buck always stopped with him."
      "in December, Eric Trump said he would stop fundraising. Running an event with an increasing commingling of business and philanthropy created the kind of conflict-of-interest (not to mention image) concerns that similarly plagued Ivanka Trump's aborted attempt to auction off a coffee date on behalf of Eric's foundation." {covofefe! ;-)}

  11. Anonymous5:27 AM


    Column: Donald Trump is more cunning than we thought

    Former FBI Director James Comey's testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Thursday changed my opinion about Donald Trump.

    I am now convinced that Trump is not as clueless as some people think. In fact, he is deviously clever.

    The president knew exactly what he was doing when he invited the FBI chief to a private dinner at the White House and asked him to pledge his loyalty. And on Valentine's Day, when the president asked Comey to stay behind in the Oval Office, Trump was clearing the way for what he knew was an inappropriate conversation.

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions surely realized what was going on. That's why he was reluctant to leave. So did Trump's son-in-law andadviser, Jared Kushner, who also lingered behind until the president excused him from the room

    Trump wanted the investigation into fired National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contact with the Russians to end. And he went straight to the man in charge to tell him to drop it....


    1. Anonymous6:43 AM

      Kill$ Kid$ and baby elephant$.

    2. That doesn't make him cunning.

      He's done business like that his entire life. It is learned behavior.

      Cunning maybe but not smart. He didn't read his opponent very well or he would have foreseen this outcome. He should be aware what he was doing was an impeachable offense. Even with no witnesses, he left himself wide open to the consequences of such a reckless act.

      But then, those that don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it. And Trump knows NOTHING of history. This is why he is repeating the worst mistakes of the next nine worst presidents of the United States combined.

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    1. Anonymous7:12 AM

      With wReaks Tillerson at the Helm!
      "Tillerson joined Exxon in 1975 and rose to serve as the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil from 2006 to 2016."

  15. Anonymous7:10 AM

    Political Death by 1,000 Tweets
    Trump has mastered the medium but not the substance. His agenda is at stake.

    By Karl Rove
    June 7, 2017 6:39 p.m. ET
    Donald Trump’s early-Monday-morning quadruple tweet blitz has damaged the legal case for his executive order temporarily halting travel from six Muslim-majority nations. Justice Department lawyers had avoided using the words “travel ban” in hope of separating Candidate Trump’s rhetoric from President Trump’s action.

    That strategy lies in tatters after Mr. Trump tweeted: “The lawyers and the courts can call it whatever they want, but I am calling it what we need and what it is, a TRAVEL BAN!”

    A few minutes later Mr. Trump added: “The Justice Dept. should have stayed with the original Travel Ban, not the watered down, politically correct version they submitted.” What other president does he think withdrew his original ban and substituted the “watered down” one? In case he has forgotten, both orders bear Mr. Trump’s signature.

    He also demanded on Twitter that the Justice Department “ask for an expedited hearing” of the immigration order and “seek much tougher version.” But those goals conflict, since changing the terms of the order now would simply restart the long march through the courts.

    The next message, missed by most commentators, was an even more hazardous IET (improvised explosive tweet). “We are EXTREME VETTING people coming into the U.S.,” the president wrote.

    1. Anonymous8:19 AM

      May Trump rest in Hell soon! He is the worst example of a human being and/or white male on this earth.

      Plus, he's brought nothing but shame to our country.


  16. Anonymous7:10 AM

    But wait! The second executive order says its rationale for suspending visas for 90 days was that conditions in the six nations “present heightened threats.” The Department of Homeland Security was given 20 days to “conduct a worldwide review” and determine what “additional information will be needed” to vet visitors properly. Those countries would then have 50 days to “begin providing” the requested information. If any refused, no visas would be issued for their citizens to enter the U.S.

    That 90-day timeline expired on Monday, and Mr. Trump insists that “extreme vetting” is already taking place. So why is his administration still seeking judicial approval to halt visas temporarily for these six countries? If what Mr. Trump tweeted is true, government lawyers and federal judges are wasting their time wrangling over a visa pause that’s no longer needed. The president’s new vetting standards are already in place, according to him.

    On the other hand, it’s possible someone is confused. On May 8, a federal appeals court asked a Justice Department lawyer if the administration was drafting new vetting standards. He responded: “We’ve put our pens down.” Mr. Trump seems to think the pens are down because the new vetting standards are written. Meantime, his lawyers say the government hasn’t started working on them.

    Mr. Trump has figured out how to tweet his way around the mainstream media. Yet by disregarding basic fact checking, he is deepening the already considerable doubts Americans have about his competence and trustworthiness.

    That was not the president’s only messaging failure over the past week. Last Thursday Mr. Trump wisely withdrew America from the Paris Agreement on climate change. But his announcement was meandering, thin and dour.

    The president led off by saying the agreement “disadvantages the United States to the exclusive benefit of other countries.” The goal of other countries, he added, was to saddle America with a “very, very big economic disadvantage.” Why question the motives of international partners? The U.S. needs their cooperation on other issues, such as the fight against Islamic State. Mr. Trump instead should have heralded America’s success in reducing greenhouse-gas emissions.

    Between 2000 and 2014, the U.S. reduced emissions by nearly 6%, according to data from the Energy Information Administration. All this while America’s per capita gross domestic product increased by nearly 13%, after adjusting for inflation. The president should have made the case for following the U.S. example—an argument worth presenting far beyond a single weekday afternoon speech.

    Increasingly it appears Mr. Trump lacks the focus or self-discipline to do the basic work required of a president. His chronic impulsiveness is apparently unstoppable and clearly self-defeating. Mr. Trump may have mastered the modes of communication, but not the substance, thereby sabotaging his own agenda.


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