Fire burn and cauldron bubble

Well, given yesterday’s deluge of shoes in Washington, D.C., if Friday continues in its traditional role as a day for dumping bad news, well … buckle up, folks, and break out the Florsheim bumbershoot.

Yesterday we had:

• Jefferson Davis Beauregard Belvedere “Come Here, Boy” Sessions simmering nicely in a cauldron of his own bullshit.

• Mike Ha’pence popped for using a private AOL email account for public business (and getting hacked).

• Freshly minted EPA chief Scott Pruitt doing likewise, but with an unhacked Apple account.

• Jared Kushner (and pretty much everyone else in the Beelzebozo administration) meeting with the Russians.

• The GOP playing hide-and-seek with its health “care” legislation.

And the hits just keep on coming.

Well, sheeyit. If this’ere witch hunt keeps finding witches all the doo-dah day, I propose someone introduce a measure to change the name of the nation’s capital to Salem.

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5 Responses to “Fire burn and cauldron bubble”

  1. John O Says:

    This new administration makes a sane man really want to drink! And if he already does drink heavily!

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      For reals. I still have that jug of tekillya from when I made you and The Geek those poison margaritas, but so far I’ve managed to keep it in the cupboard and out of my face.

  2. Pat O'Brien Says:

    Drinking? That’s the ticket!
    They will find one piece of evidence showing the Russian’s were involved with the campaign and influenced the election. All the intel folks are looking for it. It will come out sooner or later. Meanwhile, the administration is playing hide the sausage.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      The rocks, they keep turning over, and the things, they keep oozing out.

      I must admit to a little trepidation about spooks working against a White House, even this one, but I’m inclined to take all the help we can get.

      The enemy of my enemy is my friend. That’s Scripture.

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