Nov 13

5 ways to know if Donald Trump Lied to us.

rioting-after-obamaTrump was elected by a wide variety of people.  A variety of wide people voted for Hillary.  I previously offered five reasons to vote of Donald Trump.  Those were compelling point, obviously.  I’m sure his election was based largely – if not solely – on that post.

His election, for me, was this really weird combo of elation and uh-oh.  I’m so glad that Hillary lost, but I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t be rioting right now if she hadn’t.  I don’t care how much George Soros paid me.

So to be fair I’ve come up with five ways to see if we’ve been lied to.  Sadly, it seems like Donald Trump himself is reading from my playbook and checking them off one by one.  It’s been a busy week for him, you know.

These are all promises made by President Elect Trump when he was just candidate Trump.  So I don’t think it’s asking to much for him to get back to us when they get crossed off his to-do list.

  1. Prosecute  Hillary Clinton.  The Clintons are a political dynasty.  I don’t doubt that they are crushed by this setback, but they are not going away.  Chelsea is already been reportedly posturing for politics.  Investigate Hillary, Bill, The Clinton Global Initiative, The Clinton Foundation.  Root out this criminal enterprise from our midst.  Now!  Trump seems to backing off his promise to lock Hillary up.  Let’s hope that was just the fatigue of war speaking.
  2. Repeal Obamacare.  I know Trump said he’d repeal and replace.  I think it would be a boatload better if he just repealed it and do what government ought to do and get out of the insurance business.  After his first meeting with Obama, Trump said he would consider the President’s request to keep some portion.  I hope he’s done considering.
  3. Drain the swamp. Getting rid of bureacracy is going to be Trump’s most difficult task.  While he has tons of business experience AND he has heretofore been very skilled in surrounding himself with competent people, he has no political experience.  I think there is some overlap, but not much.  One thing he could do – and this would make his life so much easier – is to refuse to appoint Secretaries to most of the Cabinet positions and cut their budget to just barely enough to pay the janitor to keep the buildings clean (for sale to the private sector in a few years).  And in case you’re taking notes, Mr. Trump, you can start with Education, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development.  Did I mention Labor and Energy?  It would put a cap on some of these career politicians who are queuing up (and sucking up) right now for a place at the government trough of money and power.  And how much fun would that be!
  4. Build the wall.  Government’s first duty is to protect its citizens, especially from foreign enemies.  Those enemies are unvetted and unvettable.  And they are pouring in through our southern border.  Should Muslims dare to attack us again, turn their little patch in the desert into a sea of glass.  No negotiations, no diplomacy. Just destruction.  I’m not even that concerned if Mexico pays for it, but I must admit that would be a nice touch.  But if you really want to begin deportations with a bang: Deport George Soros first.
  5. Supreme Court.  If this country survives, nothing would be more meaningful in a political sense than the generational impact of filling the Supreme Court with Justices in the mold – as you promised – of Antonin Scalia.  Question #1: “For any potential Justice: Will you vote to overturn Roe v. Wade if you get the chance?  Any answer besides “You bet” ends the interview.  Break this promise and we’ll know your no different than the duplicitous miscreant you defeated in the recent election.

Nov 11

The Trump Election: the Gift that just keeps on giving.

loserGee, with so many celebs that have vowed to leave the country if Donald Trump is elected.  Too bad, Dems don’t get all hung up over that whole telling the truth moral construct thingy.

Some good news, it’s made Bergoglio quiet down.  Well, OK, only a little.  But, more good news, Cher is leaving the planet.  Would that make her an illegal alien wherever she lands?

And in Portland, the effects of legalized pot are demonstrated as anti-Trump thugs start fighting among themselves.  One thug of the male persuasion was even excoriated for punching a thug of the female persuasion.  Hey, she wanted equal pay for equal work.  What’s she complaining about?

And high school students – who, presumably were on an excused absence because the country needed them – marched through San Fransisco chanting and waiving rainbow banners.  In New York a hundred or so protestors were chanting “Time to Fight Back!”

Umm. No. That was last week.  That damned daylight savings time must have thrown them off.

These Dems really are losers.  They seem to have the “if I can’t have you, no one else can either” school of courtship training.

But their hypocrisy, whining, and criminal behavior does tend to prove maxim: Every man serves some purpose, even if it’s just to be a bad example.

Nov 11

Democrats see red!

Unless, of course, there’s actually red to see.

election-mapDonald Trump – make that President Elect Donald Trump – took so much guff when he declined to ratify an election that hadn’t even taken place yet.  The talking heads immediately went apoplectic.

CNN’s Van Jones, that self-appointed guardian of the democracy, became a sputtering, incoherent moron.  You may recall, among his more artful analogies, that “you can’t polish this turd” comment was joined by his conclusion that Trump’s refusal to endorse something that hadn’t happened yet was a sufficient to disqualify Trump from the race.

Turns out that Jones is a sputtering and incoherent nincompoop all the time.  I apologize for attributing that condition as a response to Donald Trump.  Now that the actual election is over (note to Van: Trump won! Nanny, nanny, boo boo!), Jones is demanding to be heard, crazily bullying anyone who might have something to say that doesn’t perfectly coincide with his hysterical victimhood, pondering the question of “how do I tell my children what happened?

Hey, Van, try:

Honey, yesterday we had a free and fair election where tens of millions of people voted to pick our next president.  Daddy didn’t get his way with this one, but that’s OK.  Lots of times in life you don’t get your way.  When that happens the best thing to do is to learn from your mistakes and do better next time.

I know that takes a few seconds longer than “Oh,no. We’re going to die. help, Help, HELP!!!”  But I think it might be better.   Geesh!  Is “Van” short for “Vanessa.”  What a girl!

Looks like the only turd that can’t be polished is Van Jones.

And this insanity – this denial of democracy in action – is everywhere.

Donna Brazile, the interim leader of the Democratic National Committee, was giving what one attendee described as “a rip-roaring speech” to about 150 employees, about the need to have hope for wins going forward, when – as Hillary Clinton would say – a staffer identified only as Zach stood up with a question:

“Why should we trust you as chair to lead us through this?” he asked, according to two people in the room. “You backed a flawed candidate, and your friend [former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz] plotted through this to support your own gain and yourself.”

“You are part of the problem,” he continued, blaming Brazile for clearing the path for Trump’s victory by siding with Clinton early on. “You and your friends will die of old age and I’m going to die from climate change. You and your friends let this happen, which is going to cut 40 years off my life expectancy.”

Apparently, among their other endearing qualities, Dems are cannibals too!

Even the ancient philosopher queen, Jane Fonda, noted that she had been “hit by a truck.”  For a second, I thought one of my prayers had been answered, but it was just a figure of speech.  Outgoing (as in leaving, not as in charming) Senator – and documented prevaricator – Harry Reid noted that the new President has “emboldened the forces of bigotry and hate.

Frankly, one of the most hilarious aspects of this election was watching the media and Hollywood elites implode.  And they are so stinking arrogant, so blinded by their false ideological way of thinking, that they don’t even get what happened.  They lost, they lost based on ideas and worldview, not because of the melanin content of their skin or whether they have indoor or outdoor plumbing.

It was a repudiation of all things Obama: unconstitutional executive orders, disastrous trade and immigration deals, Obamacare, and the Clinton criminal syndicate.

Jane Fonda is right: they got hit by a truck.  But they never saw it coming and even now don’t even have the license plate number.

What a great day!



Nov 11

Twits for Hillary.

I guess the First Amendment is extended to morons.  Pity.

Fox News reports:

grubhubIf you voted for Donald Trump, you may not feel welcomed at Grubhub.

The CEO of Grubhub, an online food delivery service, sent a company wide email Wednesday suggesting employees who agree with President-elect Donald Trump’s behaviors and his campaign rhetoric should resign.

“If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here,” wrote Matt Maloney, Co-Founder of Grubhub. “We do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team.”

Maloney, a Hillary Clinton supporter, sent the email Wednesday afternoon with the subject line, “So…that happened…what’s next?” He made it clear in the email statement that he is personally stunned and deeply concerned with the results of Tuesday’s election.

“I absolutely reject the nationalist, anti-immigrant and hateful politics of Donald Trump and will work to shield our community from this movement as best as I can,” Maloney wrote about Trump’s supporters.

These Democrats don’t seem that tolerant to me.

Nov 10

When Dems collide.

It’s generally a good thing . . . and it always makes a lot of noise.

This is just delicious icing on the Trump cake.

donna-bDonna Brazile, the interim leader of the Democratic National Committee, was giving what one attendee described as “a rip-roaring speech” to about 150 employees, about the need to have hope for wins going forward, when a staffer identified only as Zach stood up with a question.

“Why should we trust you as chair to lead us through this?” he asked, according to two people in the room. “You backed a flawed candidate, and your friend [former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz] plotted through this to support your own gain and yourself.”

Some DNC staffers started to boo and some told him to sit down. Brazile began to answer, but Zach had more to say.

“You are part of the problem,” he continued, blaming Brazile for clearing the path for Trump’s victory by siding with Clinton early on. “You and your friends will die of old age and I’m going to die from climate change. You and your friends let this happen, which is going to cut 40 years off my life expectancy.”

Thank you, Donna. Thank you ever so much.

Nov 09

Repeal. Don’t Replace.

Dear President Elect Trump:

Congratulations.  Listen, I know you’re kinda busy right now, so I’ll get the point.

You won the White House and both houses of Congress are in Republican hands.  This hasn’t happened since the 1920s.

Your election sure seems like a repudiation of all things Obama.  Yippee!  As you’ve said on multiple occasions, Obamacare is a disaster.  You campaigned on “repeal and replace.”

The free enterprise system has been pretty kind to you and I was thinking wouldn’t it be nice if a couple of hundred million citizens got a fresh breath of free enterprise air for themselves!  Wouldn’t that be intoxicating!

That way, you’d only have to repeal and not replace.

How cool is that when all you have to do is get out of the way!

See ya’ around.

Michael Hirsh

Nov 09

Trump’s first broken promise.

What a difference a day makes.

I admit that I stayed up until an announcement was made.  Probably the most enjoyable part of my evening – and early morning, was watching the various talking heads have to walk back what they have been saying over and over and over again.  I switched networks just to try and make sure I laughed at all of them.

I’ve always had some misgivings about Trump, but I voted for him anyway.  I’ve given my reasons elsewhere and I stand by those.  Like him or not, though, his ascent to victory is really pretty amazing . . . if for no other reason, demonstrating Trump’s focus and resolve.  I don’t recall any other politician in my lifetime to stand up – and succeed – against such an array of personal attacks from so many different quarters.  Not the least of those, from a dozen or so Republicans who swore to support the nominee – and didn’t.

Chief among these was Ted Cruz who committed political suicide on national television at the GOP convention only to try his hand at self-resurrection.  Sadly for Cruz, that’s only worked once in human history.

Trump’s victory speech was calm and measured, and generally laced with the fluff one might expect at such a moment.  And I get the whole thing about being a gracious winner, but Trump also seized the opportunity to urging us all to thank Hillary Clinton for her years of service to the country.  I threw up in my mouth.

I was looking forward to her serving many, many more years.  I know a quaint little place in Kansas.  Wasn’t this the same guy that less than a month ago promised to direct his DOJ to investigate and indict Hillary?  Wasn’t this the guy that said, “If I win, you’ll be in jail.”?

Still, there is reason to hope.  So many celebrities have promised to move to another country if what happened, happened.  Bon voyage!  Good riddance.  Maybe Hillary will too!  I was hoping I could have suggested a country without an extradition treaty.


Nov 08

Thus ever to Clinton supporters

Only use 240v next time.


Nov 07

Scientists: Soul lives on after the body dies.

Well, duh!

Researchers claim that humans have souls which can live on after death.  The idea that human consciousness lives on after death has been put forward by a number of well-respected scientists.  And the British scientist at the forefront of the eerie theory claims that humans have souls which don’t die along with the body.

Sir Roger Penrose is an English mathematical physicist, recreational mathematician and philosopher. He is the Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford, as well as an Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College. Penrose is internationally renowned for his scientific work in mathematical physics, in particular for his contributions to general relativity and cosmology. He has received a number of prizes and awards, including the 1988 Wolf Prize for physics, which he shared with Stephen Hawking for their contribution to our understanding of the universe.

Many may not know exactly what consciousness is, but Penrose believes that it’s just a packet of information stored at a quantum – or sub-atomic – level.  Sensationally, he claims to have found evidence that this information, which is stored in microtubules within human cells, leaves the body after a person dies.

Sir Roger has argued that when a person dies temporarily, this quantum information is released into the universe, only to return to the body’s cells if the host is brought back to life. He argues that this explains why people can have near-death experiences, and believes that this quantum information amounts to a soul leaving the body.

The physics expert said: “If the patient dies, it’s possible that this quantum information can exist outside the body, perhaps indefinitely, as a soul.”

I don’t know if the following was included in the research, but right after renowned atheist Christopher Hitchens died, his voice was heard saying, “Uh Oh!”


Nov 04

My Dog.














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