Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Some of these days

After three days of rain and gloom, the sun was shining this morning.  I turned on the computer and things just kept getting better.  Everywhere I went, good news.  Unbelievable.

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that Planned Parenthood can keep getting paid by Medicaid, and states run by misogynistic fanatics who rage about "baby parts" can't stop them.

Nick Ayers doesn't want to be Pence's chief of staff anymore, and he doesn't want to be Trump's, either.  The search goes on for someone to fill John Kelly's big racist shoes.  Sideshow Bob?

A jury in Virginia which convicted James Fields of first-degree murder for the death of Heather Heyer has recommended that he spend his life in prison.

Milo Yiannopoulos is broke, having been banned from various online venues and cut off by his rich patrons.  Moreover, he is allegedly two million dollars in debt.  I know someone who needs a chief of staff.

At a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee, Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai, "If you Google the word 'idiot' under images, a picture of Donald Trump comes up.  How would that happen?"  Mr. Pichai explained about algorithms, as if she didn't know.  Meanwhile thousands of people Googled "idiot" just to check.  I don't know much about algorithms, but I'm pretty sure that only made it better.  Worse, I mean worse.

Mr. Pichai could have referred the Congresswoman to today's comedy matinee, "Wall or Nothing At All."  He's still at it, demanding billions to wall out the diseased terrorists and drug mules, or America will cease to be.  What was apparently supposed to be a photo-op with Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi and the newly embalmed corpse of Mike Pence turned into a televised debate/tantrum, with Trump repeating "wall" over and over while Pelosi tried to explain that even now, the House won't give him the money, and in three weeks it even more won't.  Meanwhile, Schumer maneuvered Trump into bragging that he'll "shut down the government" and take full responsibility.  By actual count he interrupted Pelosi nineteen times in ten minutes and repeatedly called her "Nancy" because that's how Daddy taught him to talk to bitches.  She was unimpressed, and no doubt will continue to be unimpressed until 2021 or the end of Trump's presidency, whichever comes first.

Curtain line:

The Dealmaster:  "We can go two routes with this meeting -- with a knife or a candy."

The Speaker:  "Exactly."

He's done.  Ask Ann Coulter, author of Trump Is My Co-Pilot or whatever her campaign effusion was called.  Today she tweeted (concerning his claim that the Wall's already rising), "Does Trump think his supporters are dumber than a WaPo reporter?"  You tell me, supporter.

Michael Cohen sentencing tomorrow!  I'll bring the finger sandwiches.



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