Trump May Destroy World ‘At Any Time’ (2017Oct13)


Friday, October 13, 2017                                         5:11 PM

Trump May Destroy World ‘At Any Time’   (2017Oct13)

When we hear our Fearless Flatulence announce that he disagrees with a global agreement on Global Warming, he contradicts the whole world—and all the hard-working Americans who helped bring the world together for the agreement. Years, decades for some, of effort—thrown away on a whim by the Mighty Fart of Freedom—and with it, probably, our best hope of leaving a livable world for our youngsters.

When the Spammer-in-Chief decides something is wrong—like ‘everything Obama ever did’—you can trust him to destroy it—even if the Republicans scruple over screwing millions of Americans out of healthcare. If he has to ignore the law and withhold funds to make it all fall apart—well, he wasn’t a shady businessman all his life just to fall apart when he can malfease on a global scale. And who’s gonna stop him—the gutless Freedom Caucus? The moderate GOPs owned by lobbyists? I don’t think so—no sign of that, so far, certainly.

Trump isn’t happy unless he’s defying absolutely everybody. That’s why he’s so dead-set on destroying the Iran deal—it is such a stupid move that even his own administration, to a man, is screaming for him not to de-certify.

His ‘threat’ to trash the Iran Deal “at any time”—is really a boast. He’s not threatening Iran. He’s boasting to the whole world—that he, Trump, can do any fucking, numb-nuts, stupid-ass thing he wants to do.

He’s proud of his potential to flush the entire world (and especially America) right down the toilet—he’s got a sick-ass smirk on his face lately. It seems to say, “You want to ridicule me? Okay, how about I blow up the whole world, pal? I’m seventy—what do I care? We’ll see who’s laughing then.

Trump’s recent behavior reminds me of my freshman year at SUNY-Oswego. We were crammed in, three to a room, due to overcrowding—my roommates were Lance and Bob. Bob had a gun. He used to take it out and point it at my face. He was disappointed when I didn’t die of fright, even when he kept playing around with the gun and pointing it at me—so he finally shot a hole in my pillowcase, near my head. Some people don’t understand respect—they figure that fear is close enough—and become desperate to prove they are scary.

But, sorry, Trump—the worry and disgust we feel towards you is the exact opposite of respect. The swathe of destruction you’ve carved through Obama’s efforts of the previous eight years—that gains you the same respect we’d have for a little bully who kicks over his friend’s sand castles—that is, none at all.

And all you Trump Lemmings out there—let me clue you in—I don’t hate Trump because he won (I hate you for that, you traitors)—I hate Trump because he’s wrong. Trump is wrong about everything he says, everything he does, everything he thinks—he is a psychopath which you dear morons have given immense power—you might as well light up an M-80 and shove it up your ass. That’s exciting too—but you may not care for the ending.

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Trump, Liar and Racist (2017Oct06)


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Friday, October 06, 2017                                         7:58 PM

Trump, Liar and Racist   (2017Oct06)

We’re in a tight spot—Trump is a worse choice than a drunken sow—in fact, an intoxicated pig would do less harm. Yet the hypocrites in Congress are too corrupt to impeach a man who is clearly both incompetent and a ‘clear and present danger’ to the nation.

Friend of mine on FB posted: “The calm before the storm”?? WTF is our zany, dumbass game show host “President” (albeit, illegitimate) talking about?

And I replied:

“It’s easier to create suspense when there is no coherent thread from one day to the next. Trump can say anything vague—and it might refer to any one of the fifty messes he’s either made, or neglected,—or made inexcusably worse by his involvement. Since when is smirking and winking at the cameras the behavior of a president? But it’s like I always say—you can’t have a hate-filled pus-bag retain the Oval Office without a lot of shamelessly corrupt Congressmen neglecting to impeach him.”

So that’s where we start from today. And every day is a new start—though I do not mean that in a good way. Trump’s greatest strength is his ability to fracture our focus—to lightly leap from one shocking stupidity to the next, day after day. He is not burdened, as prior office-holders were, by any responsibility to be a sober, serious leader of the nation. His supporters did not elect him to be that—and he is taking them at their word.

But we mustn’t let the media sit around looking innocent—they are like-whores, ratings sluts, and shills for whatever big sponsor writes a check. Donald Trump has made the news-media rich—and they, in return, are helping him destroy America by covering him obsessively. When I want a daily report on the Tweetings of a senile psychotic who never outgrew his high-school bullying phase, I’ll ask for that very important reporting. Until then, Media, please stop legitimizing his clownish pretenses at leadership.

If our fucking president has something to say (that isn’t unwelcome ignorance, or a bald-faced lie) he can give a goddamned speech—in complete sentences—that speaks plainly. Not a fucking Nuremburg rally—not a call-and-response chant fest—not criticism of the first amendment—a speech—such as a grown man with practical ideas would give. I know it’s not fair to ask of Trump something he couldn’t possibly produce—all I’m saying is, “Trump, we’ve heard all your bullshit. You’ve made it clear you haven’t a functional brain cell in your melon. Could you pretty-please shut the fuck up?”

And I can say that—secure in the knowledge that Trump is too stupid to ever shut his big fat mouth. And crotchety old men may be amusing for a time—but a little mindless rage, suspicion, and egotism goes a long, long way. His supporters may be too stubborn ever to renounce him—but they can be relied on, as human beings, to get bored to death with him—sooner than later.

It’s funny—a person can be an intellectual giant, a talented success—at many things—at any things—and still be devoid of self-knowledge. A wealthy, well-educated guy can spend his whole life fighting to support some of the most transparently idiotic bullshit—and, as often as not, it is the wealth and cleverness that convinces him that he is right, despite anything anyone else can say to the contrary.

That is not to say that there aren’t plenty of just plain dumb-asses out and about in the world—but when the entitled are dead wrong, they are far less likely to get their faces rubbed in it, early and often, like regular joes would. If CEOs had any sense, they wouldn’t be more sure than anyone else—they’d be less sure—knowing that no one else is comfortable being honest with them.

Trump is a prime example of such morons (if I may quote the Secty-of-State). He mistakes the eagerness of those around him to keep their jobs, for agreement with whatever foolish nonsense spills out of his mouth. He’s cut corners and broken rules his whole life—and never gotten stuck with the consequences, like the rest of us would, and have.

How can he be expected to tell rational acts from criminal acts? No, once again we see, Trump is far more the fault of the trolls who egged him on and voted for him—he was patently reckless and amoral before the election. Yes, he ran for president—but even he didn’t expect America to be stupid enough to elect him.