Friday, September 15, 2023

Into the weekend

 We've all enjoyed Trump's rage- and mis-spelling-filled tweets or whatever they're called this week.  Imagine what his text messages are like.  Jack Smith doesn't have to -- Xitter turned them over to him last month, at least thirty-two of the juiciest, probably of the Leader directing his troops on January 6.  He's still issuing orders, acknowledging to Megyn Kelly that he told the pathetic Kevin McCarthy to cobble together an impeachment of Joe Biden without the requisite House vote because "they did it to me."  

As Pathetic Kevin struggles to hold onto his job he can expect the support of the CrossFit Cracker, maybe.  "I'm not a member of the burn-it-all-down caucus anymore," Margie Greene told anyone who would listen.  As long as she gets everything she wants, she's all in for the Squeaker.  But will she vote to shut down the government if it interferes with the very serious impeachment?

Who will lead the impeachment?  Well, who could lead an impeachment based on revenge and sawdust better than a broken-down, disbarred, criminally indicted, bankrupt, flatulent drunk?  Yes, Rudolph Giuliani has volunteered (not really, he'd need to get paid) to display the prosecutorial skills he showed long ago while his drinking was under control.  

Florida has a new law which prohibits individuals displaying images on a building, structure or property without permission, clearly aimed at Rainbow flags and unflattering pictures of Ron DeSantis.  It's amusing that the first individual arrested under it is Jason Brown, for hanging swastikas and "other antisemitic images" on an overpass near Disney World in Orlando.  Brown claims to be a member of a local hate group called the Order of the Black Sun ("the cheaper the crook, the gaudier the patter," said Samuel Spade).  State law enforcement was careful to praise the Governissimo for "working to rid this state of intimidation, vitriol and hate directed toward people of faith," which is a whole other level of funny-weird.

What have we learned about Lauren Boebert?  When she goes to the theater with her boyfriend she leaves her Sarah Palin glasses* at home and climbs into a dress two sizes too small.  Then she vapes, sings along, fondles her friend and gets thrown out at the request of people who paid for their tickets and want to enjoy the show.  The pregnant woman behind her objected to the vaping and Boebert called her "a sad and miserable person."  She's a grandmother!  And a Christian.  God told her to impeach Joe Biden.  Your lawmakers, America.  Thank you.

Today is the sixtieth anniversary of the bombing of Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church.  Remember Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, Addie Mae Collins and Cynthia Dianne Wesley.
"We have to own even the darkest parts of our past, understand them, and vow never to repeat them."  (Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson)

*Non-prescription glasses which give the impression that the wearer can read.



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