Saturday, May 21, 2016

Top Thirteen Reasons We Need Trump’s Ability To Say “You’re Fired”

Tyler O’Neil gives us a list of the Top Thirteen Incompetent Failures in the Obama Administration. I’m not sure how he narrowed it down, but here it is, presumably starting with the least of the incompetents and counting down to the most incompetent.

  • Ben "The Aspiring Novelist Who Became Obama's Foreign-Policy Guru" Rhodes. Makes sense he would land a gig with "the Aspiring Singer, Basketball Player, Community Organizer Who Became President.

bo sings basketball crys

  • Tommy “Dude, that was like 2 years ago” Vietor. The former press van driver who became National Security Council spokesman and special assistant to the president (and beer pong champion).
  • Eric Shinseki, retired 4-star general and wounded combat veteran named as head of the VA Administration. Since he’s a guy who would clearly fall on the sword if asked to, he was. Shinseki took the fall for all the incompetent bureaucrats gaming the system.

obama shinsenkiI love you this big, Eric!

  • Kathleen “someone lives, someone dies” Sebelius who oversaw the Obamacare implementation - perhaps the worst government program roll out of all times, and that’s saying something.


  • Lois “whoops, my computer crashed and erased all my emails!” Lerner. Although she retired - and after extensive investigation Justice determined that no criminal charges would be filed against her – she’s a natural for any future Hillary administration.
  • Janet “man-caused disasters” Napolitano.Former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security who famously declared the Mexican/U.S. border to be as secure “as it ever was.” Currently President of the University of California, I’m sure the education you get there is also as good as it ever was too.


  • Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy “cash for clunkers” Geithner who couldn’t even do his own taxes correctly – with Turbo-Tax – was tasked with responsibility for a billion dollar stimulus plan. Having learned all there is to learn about crony capitalism he went on to become one.

tim-geithner-ben-monkey see monkey do dojpg

  • Eric “gun-runner” Holder. Former Attorney General who changed the race baiting industry from a private trust to a government owned and operated program. Pretty sure he’s now partaking from that trough as a victims advocate from the private side.

sharpton holder

  • Former Labor Secretary Hilda Solis – she actually managed one of the more minor scandals of the Obama Administration. Considering the level of her colleagues’ chicanery I’m not even sure she really deserves a place on this list.


  • Secretary of State John “our biggest problem is global warming”  Kerry has no better grasp of des Affaires étrangères than his predecessor did. ISIS thanks them both.


  • Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson – one of many high ranking people in the Obama Administration to use alternate email addresses to avoid discovery – was the first African American head of the EPA. You’ll not be surprised that during her tenure her top priority was “taking action on climate change.” Just another reason the department should be eliminated.


  • Gina McCarthy took over the reins at the EPA when Jackson left, and things just got better and better. Never mind the porn and sexual harassment scandals – everybody has them – butt then there was the embarrassing Animas River spill last August where the EPA accidentally released three million gallons of toxic sludge into a Western river system that flows through Utah and New Mexico. Estimated cleanup cost: $27.7 billion. Ouch!


And yet all we hear about is the Flint water crisis (Republican governor’s fault, although the Democrat City Council recommended and the EPA approved the water source switch). You really can’t shut down this dysfunctional agency fast enough.

  • And finally, Former Secretary of State and presumed Democrat Nominee for the Presidency, Hillary Clinton. Where does one begin with her? At the end? – the Russian uranium deal that lined the Clinton pockets? The Wall Street crony capitalism speeches that lined the Clinton pockets? Or at the beginning? Lying during the Nixon hearings, Whitewater, the Rose Law firm missing documents? Or in the middle, which is technically the only place the Obama Administration is culpable? There we find the egregious storage of classified email on an insecure server. And the Benghazi incident that should hound her to her grave.

So, when Donald Trump brags about how good he is at picking good people to handle things (and firing them when they don’t) maybe that’s no small qualification for running the country.

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Friday, May 20, 2016

SCOTUS Reality vs. #HillaryByProxy “Moral Principle”

The question of the day: does Donald Trump seem as immoderate today as you once thought?

Does banning Muslims from entering the country “until we figure out what’s going on” seem immoderate when you consider the behavior of jihadis around the world? Does enforcing the immigration statutes on the books seem immoderate in light of what jihadis do in their spare time - murder, rape, acid dips, converting airliners to weapons of mass destruction?


Or in light of the number of illegal aliens pouring across our borders daily with impunity?

Illegal-Immigration-Crossing-The-Rio-Grande-520x245Here come the “niños”

I guess you could stay aboard the #HillaryByProxy Express like Mitt Romney, Bill Kristol, Eric Ericson and Glen Beck and hope for the best. Butt I see others are beginning to soften their positions as reality intrudes on their purity. Take Charles Krauthammer for example; the composition of the Supreme Court finds his pragmatism prevailing over his misguided neo-conservatism:

…the major thing is the fear of what a Clinton presidency would do to the Supreme Court and how it would change it for a generation.
Now you get a list of 11 who are quite sterling, three of them clerked for Justice Thomas, two of them for Justice Scalia. The six federal judges all appointed by George W. which means they are conservative, and they are relatively young. So this is a future looking list.

Good call. Trump’s list doesn’t look “moderate” at all in the Democrats’ sense of the word, and that’s the best form of immoderate. Without the 1st or 2nd Amendment we’ll have hell to pay trying to maintain any semblance of a republic.

All I can say to the Romneys, Kristols, Ericsons, Becks and others who originally supported ABT (anyone butt Trump) is this: I understand. Butt as the reality of a #HillaryByProxy Supreme Court sinks in I hope you all realize that there really isn’t anyone butt Trump. Not now.



If I may borrow javisp’s quote on a completely different topic: "hell hath no fury like a vested interest masquerading as a moral principle".

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Thursday, May 19, 2016

“A Small Happiness”

RAJ-CROPPED copy_thumb[1]  Did you see the Wall Street Journal article yesterday about Starbucks new app? Raj was in it! They spelled his name wrong, of course:


For Sathyarajkumar Krishnasamy, 49, an engineer, finally seeing his properly spelled name on a cup has been a breakthrough. In Starbucks stores, he had tried everything from providing his nickname, “Raj,” which sometimes came out as “Rodge,” to telling baristas to identify him simply as “number 10.” The accuracy of the app, says Mr. Krishnasamy, is “a small happiness.”


HC-GU431_Cup_G_20160517164511One hot black grande for “Rodge”!

Butt that was the whole point of the story: how Starbucks new app – which prints out a sticker with your name on it  – eliminates the barista’s hand in misspelling your name in new and quirky ways:

Eugenia Leu misses the days when the baristas at her local Starbucks used to bungle her name.

The 36-year-old resident of San Mateo, Calif., recalls how she used to identify herself at the counter and then wait for the hand-scrawled translation to appear on her cup. She liked the anticipation of not knowing what it might say and then finding it boldly—and wrongly—marked “Ugena”

starbucks coffee

The new app lets you enter your own name which automatically prints out for the barista to paste on your cup. Efficient. Of course the new robot app, which eliminates the need to hire expensive baristas who can spell, takes a lot of the fun out of the Starbucks coffee experience. For instance, there are now fewer clues for the “guess what your server majored in before becoming a full-time barista” game. Here are some of my best guesses based on previous, documented, misspellings:

Screen Capture #286Double major: Womyn’s Studies and LGBT Studies (yeah, it’s a real major)

[[trigger warning on this next one!]]

Screen Capture #287Not sure, butt definitely NOT Womyn’s Studies – unless they were being ironic

Screen Capture #289EnglishLinguistics; or Drama

Screen Capture #288English – as a second language

Of course the new app may have its own charms thanks, I’m guessing, to the auto-correct feature:

Screen Capture #290

And I’m thinking a new game that might be fun to play would be “guess the person’s coffee order based on their name.” Here’s a couple to get you started:

  • Grande White chocolate mocha for POTUS:


  • Short Vanilla Latte for Hillary (with a Scotch chaser):

hillary drinking the potion

Cafe Americano for Trump, Venti:

starbucks how about those muslims

Bernie never goes to Starbucks because many people can’t afford to buy coffee from the capitalist pigs.

I never go to Starbucks either because I’m one of the those people who hasn’t had a raise in 8 years, so I don’t know if this new app is going to be a big thing or not. Butt Raj, who does visit occasionally, advises that “the seeing of your name” – or a reasonable facsimile thereof – on your cup is indeed  a “small happiness.”

And really, what more can any of us expect from life other than a small happiness?



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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

What Color Is Your Parachute?

OK, so Bernie won Oregon, big deal; they’ve been committed to socialism for quite awhile. Butt Kentucky? It was apparently a yuge win for Hillary! Mind you, in the Age of Obama “yuge” doesn’t mean what it used to. And seriously, if Bernie doesn’t stop whining about all things Clinton he may find himself added to the list of 47 former friends and associates of the Clintons who suffered an untimely death.  And that list doesn’t even count the 4 dead in Benghazi.

Butt seriously – 47 friends and associates dead in the prime of life? As somebody once noted, how many of us know even one person who died under mysterious circumstances?

However, as Hillz has pretty much locked up enough super-delegates to snag the Democrat nomination, is it even necessary to ask “what difference, at this point, does it make?”


Now, onto another topic, as reported by upcountrywater yesterday:

On May 17, Americans and people around the world mark the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia by reaffirming the dignity and inherent worth of all people, regardless of who they love or their gender identity. – White House

Oh yeah, IDAHOT, it’s a real thing:


And as usual, where there’s a cause, there’s money to promote it: help your community end HOT (homophobia and transphobia)!


Just one question: if Barry’s so hot to trot on the rights of homo and trans-sexuals, why is he continuing to flood the country with Muslims? Whose religion, unlike the Judeo-Christian belief system, seems to condone throwing them off the roofs of buildings and otherwise dispensing with them? 

America wants to know, Mr. President, just what color is your parachute?


And just a word of advice, based on your umbrella skills: contrary to the conventional wisdom - do NOT pack your own.


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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Don’t Take the (trigger warning) Brown Acid.


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Here’s an innovation that’s already about 8 years too late to do most of us any good: Print Your Own 3-D Drugs. 


Just think how much more fun life would have been if, when Nancy Pelosi told us we’d have to pass the bill to find out what’s in it, we could have just looked away from the computer screen and hollered: Barkeep! Print me one of those double doobies! And one for my friend at the end of the bar too.

I don’t know exactly  how the 3-D drug printing works butt I’m guessing there will be a yuge demand for little Leggo men in the future.


Just imagine how much better it would have been when Barry lied to us and said that if we liked our plan we could keep our plan if we had 3-D drug printing available: “I’ll take a double 250mg Vicodin, cherry flavored,  and print a couple for my friend over there, crying uncontrollably in the corner.”

And remember that time Barry told Bill O’Reilly there was “not even a smidgen of corruption” at the IRS? How much better we would’ve felt if only we’d been able to push the PRINT button and gotten 600mg of OxyContin to take on a full stomach.

Some contend that this whole thing is a very bad idea, that unregulated 3-D drugs will be the death of America. Tough call:


leggo joint

or Ice?


You may be tempted to ask “what difference, at this point, does it make?”

160201150128-trump-clinton-split-portrait-large-169It Matters A Lot!

Trust me though, it still matters. Don’t take the (trigger warning) brown acid.


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Monday, May 16, 2016

Trump: Orange Is the New Black

Barry went to Rutgers yesterday to deliver the commencement speech.  I wonder which one of his failed novelists wrote this fantasy speech for him; whoever it was, they used the opportunity to hawk for Hillary by belittling Trump

“Class of 2016, let me be as clear as I can be: In politics and in life, ignorance is not a virtue.”

Unless of course you’re Barack Hussein Obama. In which case ignorance is actually evidence of how smart you really are.

He knows everything. And yet he seems to know nothing…he’s the captain of the Culture of Competency who has overseen the most incompetent rollout of an entitlement program in history. – Hot Air

Neither Barry nor any of his wizards of smart had any idea the software designed to run his signature Obamacare legislation wasn’t working until they heard it on the news.

obamacare server copyTake 2 aspirin (or Tylenol, if you want to not care) and call me in a few years.

And when they did finally get the software and hardware fixed they “discovered” something else they didn’t know anything about:

“…what we’re also discovering is that insurance is complicated to buy.” 


Isn’t it a damn shame Barry (and his wizards of smart) didn’t “discover” what any reasonably non-ignorant person already knew - before he decided to blow up the entire insurance industry and build the new purchasing mechanism himself?


Butt Trump is the ignorant one.

“It’s not cool to not know what you’re talking about. That’s not keeping it real or telling it like it is. That’s not challenging political correctness. That’s just not knowing what you’re talking about.”


And then the failed novelist who wrote Barry’s speech had him whine about how politicians today are not accountable:

“"When our leaders express a disdain for facts, when they're not held accountable for repeating falsehoods and just making stuff up, when actual experts are dismissed as elitists, then we've got a problem.”


You know, problems: like with the Obamacare software. And Obamacare.

Nevertheless, his message for this year’s graduates  is to strive for "reason" over "anti-intellectualism," which seems to be good advice:

"Facts, evidence, reason, logic, an understanding of science: These are good things. These are qualities you want in people making policy. ... That might seem obvious. ...”

alice advice

Too bad Barry didn’t follow his own advice instead of spending 8 years chasing rainbows, unicorns, a nuclear free world, carbon credits and transgendered bathrooms.

We traditionally have valued those things, but if you're listening to today's political debate, you might wonder where this strain of anti-intellectualism came from."

The “anti-intellectualism” Barry’s talking about is the populism that gave birth to the candidacy of Trump. And while I’m pretty sure I know where that strain of so-called anti-intellectualism came from:

Even worse are the legions of “elites” and “intellectuals” who haven’t accomplished anything of note, truly proven their intellect or shown that they’re particularly good at anything.

For example, what accomplishments led anyone to believe that Barack Obama was ready to be President or that the Democrat Party’s assumed candidate in 2016, Hillary Clinton, is up to the job? Neither of them are stunning intellects. Neither have led particularly accomplished lives given the gravitas of the presidency. Neither of them seem to be extraordinarily gifted at anything. If either of them were unknown, it seems unlikely that they could successfully run their own small businesses or work their way up through the ranks of a corporation. In other words, they’re both Paris Hiltons of politics who are famous for being famous.

This is what people who get upset about “anti-intellectualism” and “anti-elitism” seem to miss. Today, most of our “intellectuals” don’t have impressive intellects and our “elites” haven’t proven that they’re “elite” compared to the average person. Town Hall

- I don’t think anti-intellectualism means what Barry, his wizards of smart and the failed novelist story tellers think it does. Not anymore. That’s because since Obama “intellectualism” doesn’t mean what it used to mean. In the Age of Obama, all is Jabberwocky.

alice7Obama’s World

And that’s how we came to have "justice involved individuals" where once we just had “criminals.”

orange prison suit

And that, children, is how orange became the new black. **Lord hear our prayer.**

trump_thumb[1] WMTrump: Orange is the New Black

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Your Centralized Whiteness Offends Me.

Yesterday we discussed the new disorder plaguing white middle class Americans: Empathy Deficit Disorder (EDD).


Today I thought I would pursue one of the root causes: Snowflake Syndrome (ϟϟ). 

The latest outbreak of ϟϟ - at Seattle University, Matteo Ricci College School of Humanities - has been documented by the Daily Caller and, as the saying goes, requires a special kind of stupid. A brief summary: students at the Matteo Ricci School of Humanities took over the Dean’s office and demanded that the Dean be fired and all of their demands (which are ample) be met.

Chief among their demands is an order for the school to adopt a new curriculum that “decentralizes Whiteness and has a critical focus on the evolution of systems of oppression such as racism, capitalism, colonialism, etc.” The curriculum should be taught by “professors of color and queer professors” and should place particular emphasis not on traditional educational concepts but instead on “racism, gentrification, sexism, colonialism, imperialism, global white supremacy, and other ethical questions about systems of power.”

It sounds like the Democratic party platform.


Your centralized whiteness offends me.

It’s also right out of the textbook, literally, of the Bill Ayers series titled Teaching For Social Justice – agitprop of the first order which is considered required reading at many university schools of education.  It ensures that future teachers are adequately trained to pass on the agitprop. Additional doctrine from the bible of Social Justice explains why this demand is necessary:

One of the protesters, 22-year-old Fiza Muhammad, told The Stranger this demand was necessary to undermine Matteo Ricci’s current focus on the Western canon, which she dismissed as the work of old, racist, sexist white men.

Which clearly requires additional training:

The demands also request a substantial amount of re-education for professors, so they will be more prepared to deal with “microaggressions” on campus.

Yes, yes! Bring on the re-education camps for the unconverted, the apostates, the infidels!

 Muhammad said these demands were necessary because currently professors at the school “call [her] aggressive and emotional” when she complains to them.

See? “Aggressive and emotional!?!” That’s a major macro-micro aggression right there!

mo shovel jello

The occupiers appear to have come equipped to stay awhile, with The Stranger reporting they showed up with pillows, pizzas, and even a speaker system for blasting out Beyoncé’s new Lemonade album.

lemonade beyonce baseball bat giffyBeyoncé: role model for the Obama girls and other up-coming social justice warrior-ettes.


They also erected a homemade poster displaying the “House Rules” of the occupation, such as:

  • This space centers Trans folx, differently-abled people, womxn of color, people of color + Queer folx!!!
  • This is a healing space. We are here to transform a previously violent space into a celebratory one
  • We all agree on the critical race theory definition of race, privilege, etc.

I have no problem with “Trans folx” “Womxn of color,” “people of color + Queer folx” – and I really admire the spelling creativity. “Butt” I am curious (is that a microaggression?) as to why they’re all grouped together. Shouldn’t they all have their own, separate “centering” spaces? Unless you’re a differently-abled, born female non-binary queer person of color? In which case you’ve pretty much won the victim/grievance lottery and can go anywhere you want.

rainbowdifferently-abled, born female non-binary queer person of color restroom

Did I mention that Seattle University is a Catholic University? Jesuit, of course.

Seattle University is a Catholic school, and Matteo Ricci College operates a special program with several local Catholic high schools that allows for students to begin college-level work in high school and then graduate after just three years of undergraduate work. The occupiers demand an end to this special relationship, arguing it excludes non-white and low-income students. They also demand the school “stop using the bodies of students of color to advertise diversity.”

I give up; how else are you supposed to “advertise diversity?” I might need to check into re-ed camp myself. Finally, we get a summary of why students find these demands reasonable:

Once again, these concerns are urgent and necessitate an immediate response, to be handled with utmost severity and care. Dissatisfaction, traumatization, and boredom are realities within our collective MRC experiences, as well as being ridiculed, traumatized, othered, tokenized, and pathologized.

queerNo, trust me; they’re doing that to themselves

These experiences have been profoundly damaging and erasing, with lasting effects on our mental and emotional well-being. Additionally, the curriculum in MRC is unsatisfactory as a Humanities program. For students to have their personal and ancestral voices erased in curriculum and conversation, only to be told that their experiences of pain are insignificant, is psychologically abusive.

queer means

Too bad the ϟϟ won’t study western civilization; if they did they might discover that fascism in all its forms always turns out badly.

Maybe they should take a couple of Tylenol and get over themselves.

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