And Mueller Replies

July 20, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself

Okay, so yesterday Donald Trump set a red line for Robert Mueller – don’t investigate my personal finances.

Mueller replies.

As part of their investigation, Mueller’s team has issued subpoenas to banks and filed requests for bank records to foreign lenders under mutual legal assistance treaties, according to two of the people familiar with the matter.

Trump’s personal finances are like a bushel basket of used wire coat hangers. And the name printed on the basket is Russia.

Everybody start saving your money because if Trump fires Mueller, we are all going to Washington DeeCee to pitch a snot-nosed hissy fit.  I’m serious.


I’m Soooo Confused

July 20, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself

For about 3 seconds, I cheered when I saw this —



And then I snapped back to where I am.  Oh hell no.

Oh hell no.

I do not want Jeff Sessions as attorney general.  However, I am temporarily please that someone, even a sniveling racist, stood up to Trump.


Oh Dear

July 19, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself

This is the United Damn States of America.  A president does not tell a special prosecutor what he can investigate.



Well, ain’t that some prissy on a croissant?


A Picture’s Worth …

July 19, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself

Her name is Ashley Smith.  She’s transgender.


The Governor doesn’t know that, nor does he even suspect it.

So, who will stop her from entering the women’s restroom?

Ashley, you go girl!


Reason #2,903 Why I Hate Republicans

July 19, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself

Willful ignorance.


Here’s the link.

He admits he met with them.  He. Admits. It.

Hell, he brags about it.  He invited everyone he knows so he could brag about it.

Thanks to SGray for the heads up.

Michael Burgess and The Fruits of My Labor

July 19, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself

Michael Burgess was not born in Texas, but I take little comfort in that because he now represents Fort Worth, Texas in Congress.  Reminder: he’s a pervert who enjoys watching male fetuses play with their private parts.

He is a physician.  When he appeared on Chris Matthews last night to discuss if health care is a right, things got a little twisted.

“Do you believe health care is a right,” Matthews asked quizzically.

Burgess replied, “I told you. It’s a responsibility.”

Matthews: “No. Is it a right like life or is it a right like the right to bear arms or a right in the Bill of Rights? Do you have a right to health care provided by the federal government?”

Burgess answered, “You have a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”

Matthews: “Not health?”

Burgess: “I’m a physician. If someone has a right, that means you take my skills and the fruits of my labor. That is what you’re telling me.”

Matthews: “I’m just asking. I’m not telling you anything. I want to know where you stand.”

Burgess: “I told you where I stand. It is a responsibility that people have to have the provision for taking care of their health and their family’s health.”

So, Burgress is big on the fruits of his labor belonging to him and him alone.  If you want it, you have to pay full price for it because they are his fruits, dammit.

Okay, that’s Republicanism in a nutshell.  But, let me tell you a little secret. The fruits his labor are his, and the fruits of your labor are also his.

To be a doctor, Burgess went to two schools:  The University of North Texas and the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston.  They are both state supported universities.  When he attended those schools, the tuition was about $75 a semester.  Taxpayers picked up the rest of his tuition.  This sumbitch went to undergraduate and medical school on the fruits of my damn labor.

He did his residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital, which is paid for by a specially dedicated property tax on the citizens of Dallas County.  Oh no, he didn’t “take responsibility to have the provisions” to go to a private university and medical school. He went on the taxpayer’s backs.

Look, I have no problem with that, just so long he doesn’t think he did it on his own.

See, this right here is exactly what I hate about Republicans.  Oh, they are big on their labor but not so much yours.

Thanks to Paul for the heads up.