Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston

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Thursday, November 23, 2017

HAPPY THINKSGIVING




We will have a somewhat subdued Thanksgiving. 

We are thankful for our family and friends,  especially our blogging friends. 

Best wishes to you all for a wonderful day.




Wednesday, November 22, 2017

IT WAS ME!



This happened:


"A US Navy plane crashed into the ocean southeast of Okinawa Wednesday afternoon, leaving three people missing in the latest of a string of troubling incidents facing the Navy in waters off East Asia this year. 

 The C2-A Greyhound transport plane was carrying 11 crew and passengers to an aircraft carrier when it crashed into the Philippine Sea around 2:45 p.m. Japan Standard Time, the Navy said."

And the GOP's pedophile-supporting president, instead of comforting the Navy families who lost loved ones, tweeted out this:







Trump's own Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, called  the POTUS a "fking moron." 

We also learned this week that Trump's National Security Advisor, General H.R. McMaster, reportedly referred to Trump as an "idiot" with the "brain of a kindergartener."

Trump's own people know what Trump is. 

Now let's think about where we are as a country as we approach our national holiday of Thanksgiving.

Trump is supporting Roy Moore, a man who has been accused of molesting little girls, over Doug Jones, a man who brought to justice the KKKers who killed four little girls. (Trump called Jones "soft on crime.")

Evangelical Christians continue to support both Trump and Moore because they've said it is more important to elect a child molester than a Democrat, so that Congress can raise their taxes.




Meanwhile, this is where the current GOP is headed:


“You have the president of the United States now saying clearly and out loud he takes the side of Roy Moore,” Geist said. “He takes the word of Roy Moore versus the word of the nine accusers.” Geist then tried to appeal to Trump with a different argument: 

 “So if your moral code doesn’t dictate that you come out strongly against someone who’s been accused of these things, maybe a political, strategic argument would prevail on the president. Which is that: you win this seat, this Senate seat for Roy Moore, it’s a Pyrrhic victory, because you will be saddled — as you all have just said — as the party of a pedophile for the rest of Roy Moore’s term. And by the way, the president will be saddled with that…you stood up in this moment of truth, you stood up and took the side of an accused pedophile.” 

Co-host Joe Scarborough added he thinks that Moore is likely to still lose the Alabama senate election to Democratic opponent Doug Jones, despite Trump’s support. 

 MSNBC analyst John Heilemann called that scenario the “worst of all worlds” for the Republican party: “you lose the seat, and in the process of losing it you’ve become the party of pedophiles.”

DONALD J. TRUMP'S LEGACY TO THE GOP.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Sexual Harassment and Inappropriate Behavior Toward Women


BREAKING NEWS:

The self-identified sexual assaulter and POTUS, Donald J. Trump, came out today in support of alleged pedophile and US Senate hopeful from Alabama, Roy Moore.                                            


No surprise there. Dirty birds of a feather stink together.                                                                   











it’s a MAN problem!                    






Al Franken, Charlie Rose, Roy Moore, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Glenn Thrush, Steve Jurvetson, Eddie Berganza, Andrew Kreigsberg, Louis C.K., Benjamin Gennochio, Jeffrey Tambor, Ed Westwick, David Guillod, Jeff Hoover, Bret Ratner, Kurt Webster, Andy Dick, Michael Oreskes, Hamilton Fish, Mark Halperin, Ken Baker, Rick Najera, Knight Landesman, Leon Wieseltier, 





And Donald J. Trump, President of the United States.




CNN host lists women who've accused Trump of sexual assault: 

'People in glass White Houses shouldn't throw stones' 

Jake Tapper slams Trump for “rank hypocrisy”




Women who accused Trump of sexual misconduct: 'We were forgotten'

















And this:


What Franken did was wrong, but equating what he did with Moore and Trump's actions does a huge disservice to this effort to fight abuse. And Franken apologized and blamed himself - something Moore and Trump have never done.








They really are sick bastards.