Thursday, October 19, 2017

Comprehension: Zero

Washington Monthly discusses some reasons why the United States needs a real (not fake) president who understands how the federal government works, rather than a fuckwit like Ass Lube, who has no clue about what's happening in the real world today.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Shots Fired

Conservative Republicans and the NRA are always arguing that guns don't kill people. People kill people.

That's true. The guns just make people killing people much, much easier.

There's no longer any such thing as Obamacare. We know it's true because Ass Lube said so on TV.  

Even Ass Lube realizes Mike (Turd) Pence is crazier than than your typical right-wing evangelunatic.

Speaking of craziness, Ass Lube requires constant praise from his subordinates to complement the constant praise he bestows upon himself. Even a spoiled pre-schooler can cope without that. It's almost criminal to rationalize his behavior and pretend that Ass Lube is the same as the first forty-four presidents.

Friday, October 13, 2017


Here's the problem in a nutshell: We have a fake president calling real news fake, and fake news real. No wonder we're confused, but nobody is more confused than the fake president himself.

When the fake president makes an appearance on a fake news channel, he's able to make fake news personally. His fan club members, being ignorant assholes, believe his fake news is real news, which explains why they still believe he's making America great again.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Monday, October 2, 2017

Thursday, September 28, 2017


To be honest, I'm not the least bit surprised to see confirmation that the Russians were financing Facebook ads to promote Jill Stein and Bernie Sanders (attacking Hillary Clinton from the left) to match their ads for Donny Johnny (attacking her from the right). I would be surprised if they didn't. 

A bipartisan bill to stabilize the ACA health insurance markets? Too good to be true? We'll see...

Summer walks in Texas

Judging by the amount of water on driveways and sidewalks and in the street, some Texans seem to think you can grow concrete and asphalt using lawn sprinklers.

Six-Word Memoir

Most of my balloons were popped.

The head butter

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The less you know, the happier we'll both be.