Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Democrats with a Loco -Motive (sic)

Rush Limbaugh on Democrats being the party of psychological disorders

This loco label looms large in the mind of President Trump, as was echoed in his recent campaign rally in Johnson City, Tennessee. 


What a Blooming-thal Liar (sic)

Senator Richard Blumental on Lying

During the extraordinary hearings for Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CN) harkened back to his days as a prosecutor as he mangled a Latin admonition given in jury instructions that: "False in one thing, false in all things".  But instead of impeaching Brett Kavanaugh, Da Nang Bloomenthal ironically impeached his own credibility.

When Richard Blumental was first running for the Senate, it was revealed that Bloomenthal had often boasted that he was a Vietnam War hero, when he had never been to Indochina during his military service.

That mendacity inspired President Donald Trump to sardonically cite the Connecticut Senator as Da Nang Richard.

If it was not invoked in such a sad situation, it would be funny. Somehow, it is unlikely that this just jibe will be satirized on Saturday Night Live. 




Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus indeed. 

Monday, October 1, 2018

Devin Nunes and the Collapse of the US Senate

Rep. Devin Nunes on the Collapse of the U.S. Senate

A nadir of the Kavanaugh Circus was some Democrat Judiciary Committee members shifting their questioning of Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh from uncorroborated allegations by Christine Blasey Ford to the 1983 Georgetown Prep's Yearbook. 

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) obsessed about entries in Brett Kavanaugh's senior bio, including inquiries about "Renete Alumnius",  "boofing" and "the devil's triangle".


Senator Tom Cotton on FBI Background Checks

Senator Tom Cotton on FBI Background Checks

Senator Hatch: DiFi to Blame for Three Ring Fecal Festival Called the Kavanaugh Controversy

Senator Orrin Hatch blames Dianne Feinstein for the Three Ring Fecal Festival called the Kavanaugh Controversy


Brett Kavanaugh on the Confirmation Circus

Trump SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh on the Confirmation Circus




Alexander Hamilton on Political Seasons

Alexander Hamilton on political seasons

Thomas Sowell on Emotions and Facts

Thomas Sowell on Emotions and Facts

Fulton Sheen on the Zeitgeist

Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen on Bigotry and Broadmindedness

Monday, September 24, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh on Character Assassination




Trump Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on character assassination of public servants

Michael Avenatti on Being a Democrat Fighter

Creepy Porn Lawyer Michael Avenatti on Being a Democrat Fighter

Considering Michael Avenatti's 13th hour unsubstantiated claims against Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, it's no wonder that Fox New's Tucker Carlson calls this self proclaimed Democrat fighter a Creepy Porn Lawyer. Yet Avenatti thinks that he can be a viable Democrat Presidential candidate in 2020.



Monday, August 6, 2018

David Axelrod Tries to Burn Trump on Climate Change

Cory Booker on American Heartbreak


At the Netroots Nation conference conference in New Orleans, Senator Cory Booker's pensive philosophy intimated how may proceed on his path to the White House in 2020.



Pity that he was not more observant about with whom he was posing for photos.  



Booker claims that he did not know but the poseurs (sic) probably would embrace his critical cri-de-couer theme. 

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Victor Davis Hanson on Deep State Elites

Victor Davis Hanson on John Brennan as the Poster Boy for Deep State Elites

On Comey the Clown



Reacting to disgraced ex FBI chief James Comey entreating Americans to vote Democrat in the midterms elections, conservative radio icon Mark Levin labeled his partisan plea as a clownish ploy to avoid accountability. 

Conservative radio icon Mark Levin on Comey the Clown

Aside from removing the veneer of being a Republican, Comey's cloddish conduct in the Hillary Clinton email debacle as well as his own disgraceful leaks of his own classified memos further solidifies his clownish status as it drags down the FBI's reputation.



What will really take the cake is if Comey is foolish enough to belief his mainstream media headlines and really run for President in 2020.

Sebastian Gorka on Press Conferences

Sebastian Gorka on Press Conferences

Buck Sexton on Journalism

Buck Sexton on Journalism

Monday, July 16, 2018

Hillary Clinton on the Kavanaugh Nomination to the Supreme Court

Hillary Clinton Uses Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination to inimate that GOP wants to bring back slavery

When Hillary Clinton was speaking before the American Federation of Teachers conference in Pittsburgh, she intimated that President Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is an indication that Republicans want to bring back slavery.



Aside from the irony that the GOP was historically the party that ended slavery thru President Lincoln's  Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 and passage of the 13th  Amendment in 1865, Hillary's hair on fire rhetoric is remarkable.

Instead of Mrs. Clinton continuing her loser tour around liberal circles which offered various excuses why she was beaten by Donald Trump in the 2016 election, she is focusing her wrath more firmly towards the rhetoric of "The Resistance".  Whether or not a old pol who profited off of insider deals, questionable charities and the aura of being an Elite can convince surging Democrat Socialists to support her is another story.

This is not the first time which Democrat operatives have sought to invoke slavery to advance their own campaign.  During the 2012 cycle, ex Vice President Joe Biden proclaimed "They want to put y'all back in chains" during a rally in Danville, Virginia (which was the last capital of the Confederacy).



It is uncertain in the era #WalkAway and record low black unemployment will work to get minorities to the polls in the midterms.