Shall we dance?

I love a good musical. This ain’t one of ’em.

On a bright cloud of bullshit shall we fly?

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16 Responses to “Shall we dance?”

  1. khal spencer Says:

    Trump is the tip of the shitburger.

  2. Pat O’Brien Says:

    It wasn’t like they were sitting around a camp fire drinking beer and singing Wednesday night. Did we really expect them to kiss and make up while locked in the safe rooms arguing about wearing masks?

  3. Pat O'Brien Says:

    No worries mate. Those dingbats are destroying themselves and doing a good job of it so far. And Adelson won’t be feeding them any more money. So, for a change, how about this?

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      A most welcome change of pace, señor. Muchas gracias.

    • Pat O’Brien Says:

      Now for some really funny shit. Heard this on NPR driving to the grocer this morning. Pobrecito. His mom says the boy needs an organic diet. A real tough guy.

      https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-breaking/2021/01/11/jake-angeli-arizona-seen-us-capitol-raid-fur-hat-horns-federal-court-hearing/6625619002/

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Another showboat. He will be a senator soon.

      Speaking of the Village Idiot People and their boffo performance, Caitlin Flanagan brings some top-shelf snark over at The Atlantic.

      Three sample grafs:

      If they were animated by any idea, it was that America had somehow gone off track. It had something to do with feminism. It had something to do with Obama-ism. It had something to do with “globalism” and “Marxism.” In other words: It’s the Jews again.

      Outside, a young woman named Elizabeth was weeping and holding a blue terry-cloth towel to her eyes, while a man beside her tried to comfort her. “I made it, like, a foot inside,” she told a reporter, her voice an admixture of misery and grievance, “and they pushed me out and they maced me!” She made it sound like this had happened to her at the Air and Space Museum. When the reporter asked her where she was from, she said, “Knoxville, Tennessee,” in an especially aggrieved tone, as though this was itself part of the outrage. Maced? A person from Knoxville?

      Why had she come to Washington? “We’re storming the Capitol!” she whined. “It’s a revolution!” Patty Hearst was more up to speed on the philosophy and goals of the Symbionese Liberation Army before she got out of the trunk. These people were dressed like cartoon characters, they believe that the country is under attack from pedophiles and “globalists,” and they are certain that Donald Trump won the election. In other words, the Founders’ worst fear—that a bunch of dumbasses would elect a tyrant—had come to pass.

      • Dale E. Brigham Says:

        It is as if Joseph Conrad had Kurtz saying, “The imbecility; the imbecility.” Truly, we are part of a nation of dumb bunnies. Dale

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