Oh, shit

His Excremency the Prime Minister of Mierdastan.

“Mr. President, the prime minister of Mierdastan is on line one for you. And the presidents of Dungsylvania and East Turdmire would like a word as well.”


18 Responses to “Oh, shit”

  1. David Rees Says:

    You literally can’t make this shit up. A fresh hell every day. Is this really what his “base” wanted? Stupid question, I know… of course it is, but are at least SOME of them realizing now that they made an incredibly stupid mistake in voting for this ambulatory douche bag? Oh, sorry: douche canoe, a far fitting moniker.

  2. Pat O'Brien Says:

    It is exactly what his “base” wants. But, it is probably not what most, or at least some, of people want that voted for him. I don’t know how much deeper this wannabe, delirious autocrat can dig the hole before the sycophants start climbing out. Even if an oncologist from shit hole country saved his sorry ass, he would claim he saved himself by letting the person stay in the greatest country in the world. I can’t fucking believe that congress hasn’t started impeachment proceedings on obstruction of justice and money laundering charges to get this thing out of the people’s house.

  3. Steve O Says:

    And here I thought Shithole Country was just a new XM Radio station

  4. khal spencer Says:

    The President of the Shithole States of America. If we don’t get rid of him and his ilk, we deserve him.

  5. Hurben Says:

    I’m pulling the curtains down here, nothing to see, move along.

    I really feel for you

    • Pat O'Brien Says:

      Gee Hurben, that’s pretty cold man. And I always wanted strap tan lines on my feet in January, and eating thanksgiving dinner on the beach. I’ll just take a cot in the garage. I won’t be a problem, promise.

      • Hurben Says:

        Pat, supporters of the Dog House are always welcome. Damn weather has been so sunny that my sandal tan is razor sharp & my feet are sunburned. Should I mention that I’ve spent the last 3 weeks in shorts & T shirts?

      • Pat O'Brien Says:

        Thanks Hurben! I knew we had a haven of last resort in the land of “The World’s Fastest Indian.” And if you should tour the US on your bicycle, you are welcome here in SE Arizona at our digs. But we created this mess here, and only we can sort out this mess. So, here I stay, unless I have to escape to Mexico.

  6. Herb Clevenger Says:

    I’ve known for years that racism and bigotry have bubbled and simmered just below the surface in this country. Finally, in Adolph Trump, we have someone who actually says what many (disturbingly too many) Americans think and say in private. The good news is that these “nazi-lite” versions of Americans now come up to the surface where we can see em. And bringing their NRA hats with them. So naive liberals are only now shocked and outraged. I lean so far left that I can only walk in circles. Yet as I get older and especially if I’m wearing my Carhartts (with face set in a grim repose) many just assume I’m a full blown Republican. The crap I’ve heard about Obama and how he’s to blame for everything from toenail fungus to getting bad fish at the buffet let me know that my fellow pale-faces, while neighbors and fellow residents; are in fact dangerous as voters. So here we are…focused on Adolph Trump while we should be putting the full blame on his Republican support mechanisms. It starts at the village or township level. Exactly where you CAN make a difference. Yet, are you and will you make the effort to attend a local council meeting?

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Well said, Herb. The country isn’t quite the “melting pot” we were led to believe in school.

      Racism and its cousins always serve the interests of the ruling class. Divide and conquer. Pay no attention to the white man behind the curtain.

      “You wouldn’t let one marry your sister, would you?”

      “There goes the neighborhood.”

      “Learn English!”

      “They’re trying to recruit your children, you know.”


      And yes, we are best served by vigorously targeting the grass roots. Town councils, county commissions, school boards, state legislatures, and so on.

      If we’ve learned anything about the presidency in the early reign of King Donald the Short-fingered, it’s that the man in the job is no longer “the most powerful man on Earth.” He’s just the big noise in the hall. The real action takes place behind the curtain.

    • khal spencer Says:

      Unfortunately, both parties are running to the sidelines rather than the center. I ran into a good friend of mine, a former city councilor up here, in the beer co-op this week. He just quit the GOP after the Roy Moore debacle. Another good friend just quit the Democrats over a gun control issue. The local Dems stopped talking to me because I am a DINO, even though at one point a few years back I was begged to run for council. He and I laughed over a beer that we are both dinosaurs in this political climate. Me? I’m hoping the younger generation takes Ike up on his suggestion that “…the middle of the road is all the usable surface…”

      At least in NM, something like a third of the registered voters are registered as “none of the above” and thus excluded from the primaries. What that does, strategically, is leave the choice of who is on the ballot in November to the mouth-breathing, torch and pitchfork crowds who show up in the summer at the primaries. Even blue states like NY and CA, if you look closely, are divided by county into bright red and bright blue camps.

      We do need to go to the grassroots and pull folks away from the lunatic right. But that means the rest of us have to be willing to meet the right halfway and re-start a discussion. My old man, a life NRA member, for example, shuddered when I asked if he was going to vote for Trump. No way, he said. I think it was the first time since Nixon that he didn’t use gun control as a single issue. For that matter, there are quite a few Dems at the range where I have my membership. It kind of breaks the ice.

  7. Pat O'Brien Says:

    To make matters worse, McSally just threw her hat in the ring for the Senate replacing Flake. And, in her first TV ad she fully embraced Trump. Arizona also has a third of voters, including me, that have no party preference. So far that has not stopped dumpster supporters from winning seats her both in state and federal legislatures. McSally is now just another career pol.

    • Dale Says:

      I am assuming that AZ is a closed primary state, and that as a non-affiliated voter you are unable to vote for either a D or an R in the primary election. There is easy to remedy – change your registration to either the party of the candidate you wish to support, or the one you wish to fail – then vote as you wish.

      Your party affiliation does not matter in the general election, and you can always go back to non-affiliated afterward.

      • Pat O'Brien Says:

        Hi Dale. We, independent registration voters, can vote in all primaries except the presidential primary. You do have to pick which one, democrat or republican, you vote in for each election. I guess you could call that mostly open.

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