There is idiocy and then there is this.

By on Aug 17, 2018

There really is no polite way to describe the author of this piece. She is an idiot. Unfortunately, what may even be worse is that USA Today actually published this idiocy meaning they have at least one editorial editor that is also an idiot. As the saying goes, you are entitled to your own opinion you are not entitled to your own facts. It would seem that the author of this piece and the editors at USA Today believe they are. Not sure which is scarier, believing you are entitled to your own facts or truly believing your own facts. If you truly believe something that is demonstrably false as being true doesn’t that make you some sort of psychopath? Not that any of this is even worth pointing out as the idiocy is plain to see but I would ask two things: Why are these ideas only brought up when a republican is in office? Why, when the congress and executive branches of gov’t...

One of the most incredible pieces of idiocy I have ever seen.

By on Aug 16, 2018

If you can read this idiocy from the ny times and not get sick you are a better man than me. It’s not bad enough the poor kid who wrote the letter is a confused, guilt ridden product of public education (of course, the letter could be fake, it is the nytimes after all) but the acknowledgment and explanation for that guilt offered by the two morons from the Times captures the absolute foolishness of the left to a tee. It’s hard not to feel sorry for the writer (if he or she is real). Clearly raised by guilt ridden white libtards in NYC and uneducated by the public school system this child is so ignorant and so lost that it seems doubtful he/she will ever, ever find themselves a whole person. But the real crime is the affirmation, explanation and advice offered by the Times writers. They are what is so hard to believe — THEY ACTUALLY BELIEVE this poor kid’s...

This just about says it all —

By on Aug 15, 2018

I told my son, “You will marry the girl I choose .  “ He said, “No. I told him, “She is Bill Gates’ daughter.”   He said, “Yes.”    I called Bill Gates and said, “I want your daughter to marry my son.   “Bill Gates said, “No.”   I told Bill Gates, “My son is the CEO of the World Bank.”     Bill Gates said, “Okay.”   I called the President of the World Bank and asked him to make my son the CEO.   He said, “No.   I told him, “My son is Bill Gates’ son-in-law.”   He said, “Okay.”   And that’s exactly how politics works.   From the beginning it has been a practice of hiring dumb asses to work in influential positions. The practice is unbroken to this date....

A Small List

By on Aug 13, 2018

This is just a small list of things that require ID to open, buy or do. Looking at the list and how very common and necessary the majority of things listed are and then asking yourself why is VOTING not on the list there really is only one conclusion you can draw, IF YOU ARE HONEST, as to why democrats insist voter id is racist and all these things are not. If you don’t draw the only obvious conclusion, that by not requiring ID to vote massive voter fraud can achieved, then, you, sir, are an idiot (and a...

A picture is worth a thousand words.

By on Aug 13, 2018

If it is not enough that the pictures absolutely capture the truth then just ponder how little respect hussein must have for the office of the Presidency of the United States. The top picture alone should disgust anyone who loves this...