Point of ordure

Senators at work. For a change.

One thing you do not want to do on a brisk February morning is consider the rampant jackoffery taking place in the U.S. Senate while your spouse tells you how Uncle Sammy plans to hoist you by your ankles for a vigorous shakedown come April 15.

Jesus H., etc. Every one of these posturing poltroons who came into this process focused on rubbing one out while waiting to acquit Impeachy the Clown has betrayed his or her oath to the Constitution and should be run out of town via rail (not the Amtrak variety, but rather the splintery numbers without sleepers or a dining car).

Once delivered to Flyover Country the chickenshits should be issued orange jumpsuits, either too large or too small, equipped with masks crafted from the unlaundered undergarments of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Tucker Carlson, and compelled to pick up roadside refuse, distribute vaccine, and build houses for the homeless.

You got time to doodle, read the paper, and put your feet up while doing the people’s business, you got time to pick up discarded diapers, broken bottles, and used rubbers.

How’s that for justice? The trash picking up the garbage.

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18 Responses to “Point of ordure”

  1. khal spencer Says:

    Who was it that said that we should change our politicians as often as we change our underwear, and for the same reason?

  2. Charley Says:

    It really is sickening to follow!

  3. katholoch Says:

    This was a good one!

  4. Pat O'Brien Says:

    It would be sweet to see them working on the chain gang. But, unless mcarthy, that’s a name that fits, or a white house staffer testifies to what dumpster was saying during phone calls or directly to them during the insurrection, then conviction is a pipe dream. Don’t these bozos realize that if they convict that dumpster’s influence in the party and the next election goes down near zero?

  5. Pat O’Brien Says:

    Witnesses! They better subpoena McCarthy. Put him under oath.


  6. Shawn Says:

    Unlaundered undergarments of Limbomb, Shannity and Tuckerson? Yeeeuck! That scares me enough that if I were hesitating about justice, I would adjust my position and then help drive in some of the nails on the guillotine after the guilty verdict.

    “What we have here is a failure to adjudicate”.

  7. khal spencer Says:


  8. Dale Says:

    Not to change the subject, shits and twits and DeJoy.
    Did I just change the subject?
    It seems that Louis DeStroy has designs on the USPS that will kneecap it until the repugs have a decent chance to privatize it. Until then he will do his best to slow down mail, make mail more costly, screw rural mail delivery, and probably eliminate the only community gathering spots in tiny towns where many of us reside.
    I say screw him and his horses and make the Post Office a department again.

    • khal spencer Says:

      Does he serve at the pleasure of the President or is he insulated from being shitcanned?

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      He’s insulated, I believe. Forbes says the USPS Board of Governors can sack him, but the president cannot. Board members can be dismissed for cause. And there are three vacancies to fill.

      • Dale Says:

        I thought there were four vacanies. But in any case can Congress disolve the USPS, and restore it as a cabinet level department? I ask this because my late mother was a clerk, rural carrier, and postmaster in a small town post office before and after the USPS model was born.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        I don’t see why not. Congress is charged in Article I, Section 8, “To establish Post Offices and post Roads. …”

        The Donks would have to run roughshod over the Elefinks to get ’er done, though. Those privatize-it-all yahoos have been trying to croak the Postal Service for decades.

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