Monday, July 24, 2017

Trump's morning tweets smell of desperation.

Man he can never leave this Hillary thing alone.

At this point it seems pathological.

It's almost like he wishes he had lost the election so that he could spend all of his time trolling Hillary and the Democrats. 
Oh yeah, he's losing it.

Even Joe Scarborough senses it.
Well, he could always just resign.


  1. Anonymous11:34 AM

    Methinks the lady doth protest too much....

    1. Anonymous1:28 PM

      Lady? Please, the hoe is a tramp for russian dollar's and hookers.

  2. Anonymous11:59 AM

    Aside from busily trying to take healthcare away from the poor did the Republicans do anything productive this year?
    They just seemed stuck in the Trump vortex. If they were smart, they'd figure a way out of that spiral. They would know if they all could get their heads out of their asses, that it is a black hole.

    1. Anonymous1:47 PM

      it never seems to end, doesn't it. his ego just can't let go of the fact that Obama is loved and respected, and he is not. that's what the whole Obamacare thing is about.he needs to kill it to prove he can.

    2. Anonymous6:08 PM

      McCain returning to Senate in time for health vote

      “Senator McCain looks forward to returning to the United States Senate tomorrow to continue working on important legislation, including health care reform, the National Defense Authorization Act, and new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea," McCain's office said on Monday evening.

  3. Anonymous12:04 PM

    Seems pathological? This Thing is the POTUS and behaves like this.

    Yes, he should resign and leave governing our nation to the grown ups.

    1. Anonymous1:44 PM

      Like Mike Pence?

    2. Anonymous7:59 PM

      Mike Pence is in on all this Russian stuff too. He is maybe better 'liked' as a 'good and righteous one man one woman kind of guy.' He is cold and heartless to his rusted soul's core.


  4. Anonymous12:13 PM

    He is pathological.
    Trump has to appear to be engaged and as if he is getting things done. He had a talk about Trump Care and it was all about the GOP slackers on health care. What a shame after he worked so hard, boo hoo little Donnie. And the "Obama victims" helped him to do his same old routine of going after former President Obama or Hillary Clinton.

    The loon is incapable of advocating for something he believes in. Even if he knew what the Republican Affordable Care Act is.

  5. Anonymous12:28 PM

    The question is not why you feel like quitting .... the question should be why did it take you so long?


    By Graham Lanktree On Monday, July 24, 2017 - 11:15

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is growing increasingly frustrated with the Trump administration and could quit before the year is through, according to reports.

    Two sources familiar with Tillerson’s conversations with friends told CNN over the weekend that he has grown so frustrated with President Donald Trump and his administration that there may soon be a “Rexit.”

    1. Anonymous1:24 PM

      Rex had planned to be short term anyway. He wanted to get those sanctions lifted ASAP, and return to Exxon and making billions of oil dollars. Now that he has to do a'real job,' he's totally bored. And since he found our Trump is not Emperor in Chief after all, aw shucks, this is too tough.

    2. Anonymous1:37 PM

      Well, at least Tillerson has his oil deal with the Russians. So what does he care about leaving the fate of the country in the hands of the Mad Twitterer.

  6. Anonymous12:29 PM

    Donnie One Note should have resigned a few months ago and saved his family some embarrassment and lots of legal fees. That extra from the Sopranos cast is doing him no good on the PR front. They're all thugs. Or, wanna-bee thugs.

    1. Anonymous7:37 PM

      Donnie one note. Funny. ;)

  7. Anonymous12:29 PM

    It is pathological.

    Trump has to appear to be engaged and as if he is getting things done. He had a talk about Trump Care and it was all about the GOP slackers on health care. What a shame after he worked so hard. And the "Obama victims" helped him to do his same old routine of going after former President Obama or Hillary Clinton.

    The man is incapable of advocating for something he believes in. Even if he knew what the

  8. Anonymous12:32 PM

    What happens if Trump did resign, Gryphen? Could you accept the fact that you would then be saddled with Pence? I realize the Vice-President, a religious zealot, is the lesser of two evils but the country would still be up sh** alley.

    1. Anonymous1:25 PM

      I think he takes Pence down with him. And wimpy Ryan would quit within a month.

    2. Anonymous1:35 PM

      RICO end Game:

      VP. pick WILL BE "Can i call you Joe"?

      "McCain’s attempt to reach beyond party lines indirectly led him to one of the worst mistakes of his career. In Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman, his “best friend in the Senate” — he saw a brother in arms (when I asked McCain in 2004 whether he’d consider joining Democrat John Kerry’s ticket, he said no, because their national security beliefs were too far apart. “But if they’d nominated Lieberman,” he added, “I’d have had a real decision to make”) and seriously considered asking the hawkish Connecticut senator to jump party lines and become his running mate. But he ultimately decided not to trust his instincts: Convinced that tapping a Democrat would trigger an all-out revolt at the convention, he and his team looked instead for a different, out-of-the-box, shock-to-the-system game changer. And they got Sarah Palin."

    3. Anonymous1:50 PM

      His entire cabinet, staff, all of them should be impeached, locked up, removed from DC, hung at high noon or whatever it takes to shutter that whole mess.

      Trump must be indicted (Ken Starr found indicting a sitting pres is doable). Just do it!

    4. Pence would be replaced in 2020. Before that he could also mis-step and be spending a lot of his time defending himself. One can only hope after 2018 he wouldn't get a lot done either.

      The important thing now is to prevent any more nominations, especially to the supreme court. If Trump or Pence get to nominate one more justice, we are screwed for the next two decades at least.

    5. Anonymous4:59 PM

      Pence won't have any more power than our Republicans already do in Congress. Pence will be the empty suit we hoped to have at best from little Donald the Russian traitor.

  9. Anonymous12:38 PM

    Talk is cheap. Tweets are even cheaper.

  10. Anonymous12:42 PM

    Trump doesn't fear the investigations, he fears the Russian bankers, err mobsters one step behind him. Collusion is just the tip of a Texas sized iceberg. Money laundering for Russia will be his downfall and a federal prison will be his next government address.

    1. Anonymous1:03 PM

      Is it possible they'd put a hit out on him? I suspect Trump to be a very fearful man!

    2. Anonymous1:45 PM

      @1:03pm K.O.

    3. Anonymous1:50 PM

      i hope so. let him fear as we fear over him.

    4. Anonymous1:53 PM

      1:03 PM sure they will. They will poison his junk food, he'll end up with cancer or something worse. No one will ever know what really kills him. They can still use the idiot, he is safe for the moment. That can change fast.

    5. Anonymous7:13 AM

      153 you mean like Sarah Palin did to someone's coffee?

  11. Anonymous12:43 PM

    Report: Kushner Made Deal With Firm Cited In Russia Money-Laundering Case

    1. Anonymous1:02 PM

      Get rid of those sons of bitches. They're all crooked.

  12. Anonymous12:44 PM

    Quit are you kidding there is still A LOT of money to be made of this grift. The Trump empire is just getting started on this situation Americans gave to it. And They owe the russians bigly.

    1. Anonymous1:26 PM

      yes they do, and pretty Jared owes the Saudis bigly. He's more afraid of them than he is the DofJ.

  13. Anonymous1:02 PM

    The Don is 'sour' in every pore of his body. He is an absolute disgrace to America.

    IMPEACH, IMPEACH, IMPEACH (him) is the only answer to save us and our country!

  14. Anonymous1:35 PM

    I want the investigations to continue. I want Trump, his family and their GOP partners found guilty of colluding with Russians to subvert the 2016 presidential election. If Trump were to resign now, the investigations would just die out but the subversion would continue. And the danger remains that the Russian collusion could still be continuing. At this point, we don't know to what extent the Russians have messed up our security infrastructure or our election system and these are things we really need to understand fully.

    1. Anonymous3:52 PM

      If Trump were to resign now, the investigations would just die out but the subversion would continue.

      I agree. He is rather impotent as he is, but can still do major damage. As his surrogates, white house stooges can do the same. But better to keep the Stooge in Chief playing presidential for now. Hope just desserts come soon and the federal prisons fill up with Trump family goons, loons and tunes.

    2. Anonymous4:50 PM

      I'm also with you, Beaglemom. With tRump out of office the outrage factor would diffuse, and the GOP might be able to actually advance their heinous agenda to dismantle safety nets and funnel even more wealth to the 1%. At this point the #Resistance is clearly fueled in no small part by GOP powers that are tired of endless chaos and distraction. I say let the sh*tstain continue long enough for the stink to be real fresh as the mid-term elections draw nigh.

  15. Anonymous1:38 PM

    he just can't believe he lost-and more importantly, to a "nasty woman". he will not let this go-his ego and his immaturity just can't. i fear for the safety of Hillary and all women in this country. HE NOT TAKE MY VOTE-MAKE SURE HE DOESN'T GET YOURS!!!!

  16. Anonymous1:42 PM

    A Timeline: Russia and President Trump

    1. Anonymous3:54 PM

      1:42PM - EXCELLENT! Thank you for posting the Moyer link!

  17. Anonymous1:45 PM

    John McCain Is Trying To Get Doctor Approval To Come To DC And Take Your Healthcare Away

    1. Anonymous2:46 PM

      So if McCain has a serious reversal due to over taxing his system for a vote, say he ends up in a coma or not himself at all. Or he dies.

      Can we blame the doctors for maiming or killing a US senator?

      When someone aimed at Steve Scalise and put him in a bad way, Republicans screamed. How is going against an old man's health not an attack on him?

      GOP House Whip Steve Scalise

    2. Anonymous5:40 PM

      He knows he's a dead man walking anyway so I guess he wants to leave his stinking, dying, old man mark on the country forever.

      Fucker. Hope he doesn't survive the plane trip, and I mean that in the nicest way possible.

    3. Anonymous6:34 PM

      He rather die with his boots on. I do think he can survive a private jet, fully equipped trip.

      It is going to be a stupid sappy performance. How tough he is yadda yadda.

      He needs this drama. When he does croak he wants his legacy with Sarah Palin to be buried and forgotten.

    4. The doctors would be fools to OK it. The changes in cabin pressure might kill him so soon after brain surgery.

  18. Anonymous1:46 PM

    MSNBC Beat Fox News For An Entire Week For The First Time In Cable News History

  19. Anonymous1:52 PM

    Kushner may or may not have known that this meeting was with a Russian government attorney who was offering dirt on Hillary Clinton. But once he got into the meeting and saw just how blatant it was, with a Russian spy on the room and a folder of documents being tossed around, he apparently realized that they were all going to end up in trouble for it. But instead of just making up an excuse for leaving, or pressing a button on his phone so it would make a noise, he bent over backward to make sure he documented that he wanted out of the meeting.

    Kushner is now pointing to his email to his assistant as supposed proof that he wanted no part of what was going on in the meeting. But Kushner, a businessman, surely knows how to politely get out of a meeting in simpler fashion than emailing his assistant and waiting for the phone to ring. Instead he began trying to create an evidence of deniability trail right then and there, while he was still in the meeting, that he could point back to later. That tells you just how blatantly collusive and criminal that meeting was, as Kushner began working on his eventual legal defense while he was still sitting there.

  20. Anonymous1:53 PM

    The upshot is that Jared Kushner is flatly saying to investigators, ‘Don’t look at me, look at Donald Trump Jr. instead!’ It will be interesting to see how this plays within the Trump family in the coming days. Will Junior now try to throw Kushner under the bus in return? And where do Ivanka’s loyalties lie?

    1. Anonymous3:49 PM

      That would be sweet. Maybe they have always hated each other.

    2. Anonymous5:34 PM

      Ivanka is with Daddy Dearest or else.

    3. Anonymous5:38 PM

      Palmer Report? Give me a break, that guy, Claude Taylor and Louse Mensch have never had a true breaking story in their entire 5 months of blogging.

  21. Anonymous2:04 PM

    How sad of the moron Republicans. There is nothing pretty about desperation.

    GOP seeks McCain’s return for tight Obamacare vote

    All they can think of is some sick drama? They love McCain and wish him wellness so they want him to hop on Cindy's jet and make a spectacular of a vote so they can undo 'Obamacare'. A bill that few Republicans know what it is, yet they would drag McCain across country for a drama vote. Sick and sicker GOP.

    1. Anonymous3:30 PM


  22. Twitter is already trolling The Mooch.

    "Only hours into the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci to the position of White House communications director, internet users were digging into his past. People resurfaced some of Scaramucci’s old tweets and took particular liking to one funny mishap. The new director posted a tweet attributing a quote to author Mark Twain that is a little hard to believe.

    “Dance like no one is watching,” Scaramucci tweeted back in 2012. “Sing like no one is listening. Love like you’ve never been hurt and live like its heaven on earth. Mark Twain.” "

    And the mocking began.

    Obama owned Moochi in 2010 during a Q&A.

    "Anthony Scaramucci, the new communications director of President Donald Trump’s White House, once went head-to-head with President Barack Obama during a televised event on CNBC. And it didn’t go well for Scaramucci, who at the time was a hedge fund manager. "

    "“I have been amused over the last couple of years, this sense of somehow me beating up on Wall Street,” Obama replied. “I think most people on Main Street feel they got beat up on.”

    The audience cheered. Scaramucci tried to interject, but Obama held him off.

    “There’s a big chunk of the country that thinks that I have been too soft on Wall Street,” Obama added to more cheers. “That’s probably the majority, not the minority.”"

    1. Anonymous5:31 PM

      Twitter: 90% of what is wrong with the world today, dumbing things down 140 characters at a time.

    2. Apparently you didn't read some of the witty digs aimed at The Moocher. "Harvard educated" indeed.

    3. And Twitter is skewering Ivanka Trump for being just as stupid as The Mooch.

      "A tweet fired off in 2013 by Ivanka Trump, White House adviser and daughter of President Donald Trump, came back to haunt her Monday."

      Of course she doesn't have the same excuse as The Mooch. She didn't go to Harvard.

  23. Democrats have decided on their message for 2018 and it's pathetic.

    Don't look for any changes for 2018. The Death Party will still be running the show.

    "Congressional Democrats rolled out their message for the 2018 midterm elections Monday, vowing to focus on raising wages and creating jobs as they vie to reclaim majorities in the House and Senate."


    "“This is the start of a new party,” (no, it isn't) said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. He added that “Democrats are unified” (no, they're not) around the new series of proposals after years of highly publicized infighting between the progressive and moderate wings of the party."


    The country is talking about healthcare and they're regurgitating the same talking points that lost them 2016?

    Just FUCK!

    Really a shame. Keith Ellison and Howard Dean could have done wonders. Instead we get the same old same old.

    "The No. 1 thing we did wrong is not present a bold, strong economic agenda to working Americans so their hope for the future might return again,” Schumer said."

    No, the number 1 thing you continue to do is not listen and not support every candidate. You play it safe and only spend the least possible money on what you consider to be "sure thing" wins. And you ignore state and local elections, only thinking about national D.C. seats.

    "Meanwhile, some Republicans rolled their eyes at the Democrats’ messaging event.

    “Have you seen this creative, innovative, totally unique “Better Deal” messaging campaign coming the Democrats unveiled this morning for the 2018 cycle?” House Speaker Paul Ryan’s spokeswoman said in a statement, with a repeated tongue-in-cheek link to his own “A Better Way” plan.

    “You might be thinking to yourself: That sounds familiar,” she continued. “I swear I’ve seen this message before. Maybe from House Republicans? Like maybe a year ago or so? I mean, who can say?”"

    Ya think?

    1. Anonymous5:30 PM

      Dems have 8 full years, well, only 7 and 1/2 now to ponder what they will do in 2024 to change things up again. Unfortunately the GOP is large, in charge, and absolutely ensconced in teflon for the next 8 years, but kids who are 11 now will be able to vote in 2024.

      What will they desire? Will they be happy with what the GOP has made of America, or will they revolt?

      The next 8 years will be frustrating, just like the Bush II years, but hopefully the youth will have a different outlook and vote in progressives in 7 years. I don't hold out a lot of hope for them though because they are products of a failing educational system so I'd bet high dollar that they juts keep things as they are now.

      Hope I'm wrong, but look around you at the tweens and their disinterest in anything not electronic or gaming based. They are dumber than even the current millennials, which is rather hard to believe but damn, I couldn't imagine having to be a teacher these days dumbing shit down for these idiot children.

    2. The entire nation is obsessed with healthcare and what is Schumer touting in the new and improved wonderful Dem message?

      Anti-trust and monopolies.

      Are you shitting me? No one the fuck cares. It's a snooze fest. It's what economic wonks drool over.

      "Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), writing in The New York Times, named antitrust law reform as one of the major planks in the new agenda."

      This is what alienates voters.

      This is going to lose Democrats any chance of taking back any seats in 2018, 2020, 2022, 2024.

      Until all of these dinosaurs die and make room for some young and innovative leaders, the Dems will continue to lose and be a laughingstock.

      Of course, we don't have that much time. In a few more years the Death Party will have consolidated power, put conservatives in life-time appointments and rigged the system so they will stay in power.

      And the stupid Democrats are talking about anti-trust laws and mergers.


      It's *HEALTHCARE* stupid.

      Just like in 2016 it was jobs.

      Fucking idiots.

  24. Anonymous3:15 PM

    1. Anonymous5:54 PM

      It is imperative that Senator McCain gets to DC to cast his vote. To hell with his cancer treatment health issues. He has good doctors and they can resuscitate him if it comes to that. Cindy can load her jet up with medical equipment and doctors and it will be better than him hiking in the sun.

      Yep, just announced McCain will be back to work tomorrow. To vote to further Trump's Dark Care and tax relief for the rich. Remember these crooks have no idea what they are voting on.

      John and Cindy want something from Trump and will do anything.

      John McCain's Cronyist 'Humanitarian' Group: Your Path to Trump's State Department

      Kurt Volker, the McCain Institute's well-connected executive director, has been appointed special representative for Ukraine negotiations.

      Kurt Volker, Ukraine

      6/12/17 Cindy McCain to get role in Trump State Department

      Cindy has her humanitarian cred to promote.

      Human trafficking and smuggling rile San Antonio -- and beyond


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