Discussion in 'Politics' started by Magoo, Feb 13, 2014.
My redneck friend Trey
Fact check the State of the Union
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) says President Trump’s addresses to the nation are so dangerous that they should come with a parental advisory.
“This president with his vulgarity and his disrespect for women and people of color is a terrible role model for our children,” Waters said Wednesday, in her response to Trump’s State of the Union address.
“Whenever he appears on TV, there should be a disclaimer that says ‘This may not be acceptable for children.’”
The two-dimensional president
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My Red Neck friend
You watch the news reports on the flu going around.
Would you like to get creeped out and see what happened right here in the past?
"The Golden Rule" by Norman Rockwell, born on February 3, 1894
Like if you agree
Are you ready for Halloween ??
Under the Special Prosecutor law, this investigation was NOT Criminal, but instead, Counter Intelligence. No crime was assigned to the Special Prosecutor to Investigate, so there can be No Obstruction from the President/Commander in Chief, who is required by our Constitution to have 100% of any info such FBI Director or FISA Warrant or Counter Intelligence comes up with. The Constitution also puts this FBI Director in the Exec Branch, answering to the President, who can fire him at any time for any reason, or for no reason. There is no crime or obstruction in this, so far.
Mueller is free to look into anything he pleases and Trumps finances is where a lot of the dirt hides.
Satire from The Borowitz Report
Kim Jong Un Taunts Trump with Photo of Hair Withstanding Gale-Force Wind
According an official news release, “Dear Leader’s mighty wind-resistant raven mane easily overmatches the American dotard’s sparse bleached strands.”
By Andy Borowitz
MY first impression of Trumps hair during the SOTU speech is it looked like a hat shade sticking out.
Did anyone notice?
He had to do that head back Mussolini look to see
Trump Gives Wife Beater Praise He Usually Reserves for Child Molesters and Nazis
By Andy Borowitz
February 9, 2018
Photograph by Joe Raedle / Getty
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In comments to reporters at the White House on Friday, Donald J. Trump stirred controversy by lavishing an alleged wife beater with praise that he historically has reserved for child molesters and Nazis.
Reporters who heard the President’s comments were taken aback since, in the past, the President had given no indication that he held wife beaters in the same high esteem in which he holds supporters of child abuse and white supremacy.
“We knew that President Trump considered child molesters and Nazis very fine people, but this was the first time he had put wife beaters up there, too,” Tracy Klugian, a member of the White House press corps, said. “We wanted clarification as to whether he considered wife beaters as fine as those other two groups, or finer.”
John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, accused reporters of attempting to drive a wedge between three of the President’s most cherished constituencies.
“Donald Trump has made it very clear that he can be the champion of wife beaters, child molesters, and Nazis at the same time,” Kelly said. “He doesn’t play favorites.”
as long as you and Andy B. are still pissed I'm happy! just so you know...
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