Headline Ya Just Gotta Love

May 31, 2016 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

CNN this morning:

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Uh, I think it just did.


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21 Comments to “Headline Ya Just Gotta Love”

  1. Lorraine in Spring says:

    Hahaha! Oh, Stop! You’re killing me here. Hahahaha! Oh Lord, I think I just peed myself a little. So much for that 2012 Growth and Opportunity Project Reince did after President Obama cleaned their clocks a second time. Hahahahaha! I can hardly wait for the 2016 version! Hahahaha!

  2. Sandridge says:

    If something looks, smells, and…whaaatever…like a large pile of elephant dung, it probably is. No amount of reprocessing is gonna make a gourmet dish outta it.

    (those very ‘speshul’ civet-cat-processed coffee beans excepted, used to brew a supposedly $$$$ heavenly cup of coffee, urk)

  3. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    The snacilbupeR had a primary with 17 flavors of tools & fools. Retooling with more of the same …. OK …. rinse, repeat. Carry on, boys, this has become entertaining in a macabre way.

  4. Did you all catch this: “Kurt Bardella is the president and CEO of the communications firm Endeavor Strategies who spent 7 years on Capitol Hill as the Spokesperson for Rep. Darrell Issa, the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee, Sen. Olympia Snowe”

    How BAD can the GOP get, if even the crazies are put out?!?!

  5. Rastybob says:

    They have a bully at the front. And they will all get in line to kiss his behind. The best conman won now all the others want a part of the action. He said the same thing about Latino’s that his X wife said about him. Who You going to believe Drumpf or your lieing ears.

  6. Michael Gerson, who used to write speeches for Baby Bush (well, somebody had to), says this in today’s WashPost:

    “For those of us with a certain political bent and background, this is the most depressing moment of all. The best of the GOP — Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan, the intellectually serious reformicons who have called attention to issues of poverty and the need for Republican outreach — are bending their knee to the worst nominee in their party’s history.”


    And Richard Cohen says this:

    “Donald Trump has taught me to fear my fellow American. I don’t mean the occasional yahoo who turns a Trump rally into a hate fest. I mean the ones who do nothing. Who are silent. Who look the other way. If you had told me a year ago that a hateful brat would be the presidential nominee of a major political party, I would have scoffed. Someone who denigrated women? Not possible. Someone who insulted Mexicans? No way. Someone who mocked the physically disabled? Not in America. Not in MY America.”


  7. Don A in Pennsyltucky says:

    Maybe they’ll start caring about people. Nah.

  8. They are not changing. They are just coming out of the closet. I love saying that.

  9. Well, damn. The “redesigned renewed” GOP has been there for decades. In my undergrad years I saw a hybrid of Trump and Cliven Bundy, a highly successful businessman, lecture my class. My liberal prof allowed this to make a point. Then my liberal prof ran for a political position in the city and won. Of all the damn classes I took in 4 years, this is the one that I have always remembered with unusual clarity because the hybrid was just so damn ignorant and me-me-me whiney! And, yes, he was a big shot in the local state GOP.

  10. Rastybob, I have to disagree with you. I believe they are all (including the Smarmy Little Git from SC) groveling so flat on the ground in the dirt, they wouldn’t be able to raise their lips higher than Drumpf’s big toe. All of that while he gives them a royal wave with his tiny hands.

  11. Rastybob says:

    Not to worry Ellie.
    Drumpf Will grab them by the ears and put their lips where he wants them.

  12. Sandridge says:

    Vell Hell, Der Drumpf has picked up an endorsement from the DPRK, North effen Koreeah!

    That other (censored) little imported caviar-eating ‘entitled heir’, Jakeleg il Jung, running that chithole dang sure knows a worthy compadre-enemy when he sees one.
    The pudgy bug-eyed SOB is just spoiling for a big effen fight, and so is the North Korean dicktator too, also.

  13. Teh Gerg says:

    If only they would reinvent themselves to be a pack of decent human beings instead of crack-brained grifters . . .

  14. @Sandridge

    There must be something in the water there north of the 38th parallel north. I thought for sure that Kim, Jong-Il would incline to normal, what with a Swiss education and etc. But no, he has turned out to be as crazy as he papa.

  15. maryelle says:

    Priceless Mad magazine view of the RKKKlan candidates:


  16. Unfortunately, they left out the word, “past,” between “It’s” and “time.” Otherwise, it makes sense.

  17. You’d think it would put snacilbupeR off that Trump has been endorsed by Putin and Kim Jong-Il, but no….. I guess “Enemies of America” aren’t who I thought they were.

  18. I believe that North Korea’s current Fearless Leader is Kim Jong-Un. His daddy, Kim Jong-Il died in 2011, according to Wikipedia. We might all want to try to get Kim Jong-Un to come back to life. He couldn’t possibly have been as bad as his heir, who, come to think of it, resembles an Asian Drumph, what with a trophy wife and all his saber-rattling.

  19. @Mary R

    You are right.

    mean but not crazy grandpa, Kim, Il-sung

    mean AND crazy poppa, Kim, Jong-il

    crazy but maybe not mean son/grandson, Kim, Jong-un

  20. Sandridge says:

    Jakeleg Jong-Un is as mean as they come, just looks innocently nerdy.
    You can bet Trumpler is too, with his Mob connections. Contracts aren’t just for real estate and construction jobs, heh…imagine Carson or Christie ‘meeting’ a couple of cold-eyed heaters on an airplane ramp, a few choice words/hints, oops, time to bail and throw ‘support’; while not appearing to grovel too much.

    Junior FatFace has orchestrated several purges of both DPRK military and civilian officials. Many got quick ‘show’ trials, and were then rapidly terminated (with prejudice, as the term goes).
    Firing squad, hanging, or poison (or possibly something gruesome if some rumors about Jr. are true).
    They’re fond of firing squads; good training, it helps with ‘blooding’ the junior troops. Big events, lots of spectators around too. Rome on the Yalu.

  21. I once worked for a company that was organized by divisions based on products. A new guy came in and reorganized the company by functions. Three months later a new, new guy came in and reorganized the company by divisions.

    When top brass is incompetent and has no idea how to fix the problems, they reorganize. It makes them look as though they’re doing something.

    They aren’t.