Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Forget It. Or, No Harm, No Foul.

I try to think pleasant thoughts when I lay down to sleep so last night I thought of what to do with the Swamp Crazies and I thought with regard to the Crazies resident in that portion of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, that portion of the Commonwealth denominated by James Carville as "Alabama," I thought of providing..."encouragement," financial inducement perhaps, for their relocation to neighboring West Virginia, where the whiskey is cheap and the sheep are nervous, a swamp that is teeming with Crazies just like them, that is almost heaven to them, in fact, a place where those completing this forced march would only be adding red to red and would not be adding to the IQ, and who would be adding depth both to the blue and to the IQ of Pennsylvania by their removal.

It seemed a win-win situation and was a pleasant dream.

Really smart people besides the undersigned have also trained their mental firepower on the Question of the Crazies and what to do with same apres November 8. Their efforts preceded this here missive along with relevant words from others on similar Questions.

President Obama's former campaign manager:
It is not enough to simply beat Trump. He must be destroyed thoroughly. His kind must not rise again.
As I wrote on August 3 I agree so thoroughly with Mr. Plouffe that I wish to have his children. However as I also noted Mr. Plouffe does not answer in that excellent, truly excellent tweet, the sine qua non Question of the Crazies. I inferred that "Trump must be destroyed," like the excellent "South Carolina must be destroyed" meant that Mr. Plouffe's answer to the Question of the Crazies was that "The Crazies must be destroyed," there being no reason to destroy South Carolina if not also the Crazies that began secession, there being more reason to destroy Trump alone, I acknowledge, but I do not know how we get to the excellent "His kind must not rise again" if we do not permanently (politically) disable the shoulders of those, i.e. the Crazies, upon which Trump arose in the first place. I must give Mr. Plouffe a grade of  "incomplete" on his 140 characters or less essay answering the Question of the Crazies and give him leave to append to his original excellent answer.

I should like next to grade Professor Malhotra's paper and I have already, I have given Professor Malhotra an "F" for his answer to the Question of the Crazies. Professor Malhotra proscribes us a seven-part cocktail of curatives when he has made a too imprecise diagnosis. Professor Malhotra's quantitative terminology, "decisive," "historic proportions," has a too squishy quality. "Shit in, shit out" as the computer terminology has it and the result is the Mother of All Traffic Jams on Professor Malhotra's "exit ramp." Even if it's one of those Exit 1A, 1B...1G abortions you see in New Jersey or Los Angeles, even if there are seven exit ramps seven exit ramps cannot accommodate 50,000,000+ cars. You know? Professor Malhotra offers a retail prescription for a wholesale diagnosis.

I also single out for particular censure this sentence by Professor Malhotra:

It is the only outcome that will allow Americans of tomorrow to peer into the reflecting pool of history and say “that is not who we are.”

1. A "decisive," "historic" bitch-slap that leaves 50,000,000+ bitches unslapped does not permit the "Americans of tomorrow" to assert: "that is not who we are." It is too who we are. 50,000,000+ is too big a number.

2. Professor Malhotra is not "thinking outside the box" when he asserts that "the only outcome" is "to peer into the reflecting pool of history." Why do we have to peer into the reflecting pool of history?

Professor Noah Feldman says we don't. And that earns Professor Feldman an "A." Professor Feldman gets an "A" for really thinking outside the box and advising us to forget it even happened.

That sounds unsatisfying, doesn't it? Yes, it does. It sounds like "cheating," doesn't it? Yes. It is an insult to George Santayana, no? So what?

Forgetting is what Chinese do. All the fucking time, too! Americans sometimes deliberately forget:  "History is bunk," Henry Ford, the great American philosopher, said. It is what the executioner of the Lincoln assassination conspirators had in mind when he said, "We shall utter their names no more."

Rigid, deliberate forgetting can create an alternative reality. "Was is not real?" was a question surviving American Civil War enemies asked themselves at their surreal reunions. Like, "Did we really fight a war against each other? Did I really try to kill you, you who I am now shaking hands with, who is now embracing me as I reenact my run across the Wheatfield when I tried to kill you and you me?"

We Americans are prone to bursts of insanity. We can't help it, we were born crazy. The American Revolution was a burst of insanity whose causes existed only in the alternative reality inside the Founding Fathers' heads.

Mr. Lincoln with his GED writes gooder than the referenced scholars There is some of Lincoln in Feldman, the emphasis on "oneness": "Both parties deprecated war, but one of them would make war rather than let the nation survive, and the other would accept war rather than let it perish..."; "Neither anticipated..."; "Each looked for an easier triumph..."; "Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God, and each invokes His aid..."

Mr. Lincoln pyramids his argument beautifully and climaxes with this money-shot:

 "He gives to both North and South this terrible war as the woe due to those by whom the offense came..."

It is both the North's and the South's fault, slavery; God inflicted the Civil War on both as "due to those by whom the offense came." By analogy, God's Party of Righteous Angels in Blue and the Party of Doom are responsible for Donald J. Clownstick.

It's an argument.

Be that as it might Mr. Lincoln finishes on a positively Plouffe-ian, Harris-ian note:

"Yet, if God wills that it continue until all the wealth piled by the bondsman's two hundred and fifty years of unrequited toil shall be sunk, and until every drop of blood drawn with the lash shall be paid by another drawn with the sword, as was said three thousand years ago, so still it must be said "the judgements of the Lord are true and righteous altogether."

Oh! "Every drop of blood," I can just see the drip, drip, drip, "shall be paid by another drawn with the sword," Oh! I can just see the slicing and dicing of His terrible swift sword. Sublime. We shall kill you (politically) "with malice toward none, with charity for all." 

Death and destruction without malice. Really? Mr. Lincoln gets a B+.

I am in no mood to forget and my Trail of Beers Forced Relocation Death March is still available at popular prices, but it is not realistic, it is not real-real. Professor Malhotra's Exit Ramp is not realistic for the number of commuters between this world and the Outer Limits that we have. My inclinations are with rigid "Never Again-ing" but I don't know how to do that and Mr. Lincoln's excellent essay is a bit contradictory with his no-malice visitation of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse cavalry upon the South, and by extension upon the Swamp Crazies.

It would be hard but I think I could do the Feldman forget thing. If you "Give me time."

Mr. Santayana gets an "F" for his tweet. It just t'ain't so.

So those are the alternatives, Ells and Gees. I am going to go with Professor Feldman. I don't see a pragmatic alternative.
I forgot to add this to yesterday's list of those who have answered the Question of the Crazies.

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

President Obama's former campaign manager:
It is not enough to simply beat Trump. He must be destroyed thoroughly. His kind must not rise again.

Monday, October 24, 2016

"How to Build an Exit Ramp for Trump Supporters"

1. Don’t force them to defend their beliefs.

2. Provide information, and then give them time.

3. Don’t fight bias with bias.

4. Don’t force them to choose between their idea and yours.

5. Help them save face.

6. Give them the cover they need.

7. Let them in.

"polls show that approximately 40% of likely voters continue to support Trump."

Trump's 40% of the projected 2016 vote is 52,000,000-54,000,000 people.

It is the only outcome that will allow Americans of tomorrow to peer into the reflecting pool of history and say “that is not who we are.”

"A loss of historic proportions is the only way to ensure that future candidates are never again tempted to consort with the politics of hate."

Define "a loss of historic proportions."

"That is why, for the first time in U.S. history, Americans need one candidate—in this case, Donald Trump—to lose decisively."

Define "decisively."

"If this ends up being a close election, it will allow hate to retain the foothold it needs to survive."

Define "close."

"...hate is NOT normal, and it cannot be allowed to gain legitimacy."

"Hate Is TOO A Family Value"

"...Trump is the first major party candidate to have relied so intensely on hate."

"How to Build an Exit Ramp for Trump Supporters"

" On Nov. 9, let's pretend Donald Trump never happened"

"I Think It's Already Been Forgotten"

"Is it true that "Tiananmen Square Massacre" never happened?"

Donald Trump, Trump supporters, and the Republican Party must be destroyed as a political force in this country never to rise again. THEN, and ONLY THEN can we move to reconstruction of the political remainder of the nation

"With malice toward none, with charity for all"

"...if God wills that it continue until all the wealth piled by the bondsman's two hundred and fifty years of unrequited toil shall be sunk, and until every drop of blood drawn with the lash shall be paid by another drawn with the sword, as was said three thousand years ago, so still it must be said "the judgements of the Lord are true and righteous altogether."
"...He gives to both North and South this terrible war as the woe due to those by whom the offense came..."

"Woe unto the world because of offenses; for it must needs be that offenses come, but woe to that man by whom the offense cometh."

"Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God."

"And the war came."

"While the inaugural address was being delivered...devoted altogether to saving the Union without war, insurgent agents were in the city seeking to destroy it without war..."

"South Carolina must be destroyed"

"Never again"

"Was it not real?"

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

"We shall utter their names no more."

Sunday, October 23, 2016

The Thunder Rolls

HRC is now approaching her high water mark of 89% in 538's next-to-useless win probability. She now stands at 86.2% for what that is worth. Her lead at the close of this day remains at 6.4% and that is not useless, that is the most reliable current forecast for November 8 by my lights.

And most significant of all, also by my lights, the individual states are blinking their colors toward being set, they are blinking uniformerly from what I remember, from darker shades of red to lighter shades, Texas and Montana have blinked from a darker to a lighter red and Alaska, Alaska is lighter still, a salmon shade. Utah, Indiana and Missouri look to be the paler shade exhibited by Texas and Montana while Georgia appears the color of Alaska's salmon.

Everything in the northeast except New Hampshire and Pennsylvania are a deep, almost royal, blue, and Pennsylvania has blinked bluer and is just the slightest shade off deep blue. In the mid-Atlantic Virginia is the deep blue of New England, as in the mid-west are Illinois and Michigan. Wisconsin and Minnesota are almost imperceptibly a tad lighter. North Carolina and Ohio have blinked bluer, appear the same shade of blue, lighter than the others, but darker than they were.

Florida and Nevada have blinked bluer, appear the same shade to me, seem to be the same shade as North Carolina.

The Pacific Coast is the deepest blue on 538's spectrum. That is a change, I recollect, for Oregon. from Washington to Califoenia. Colorado and New Mexico are the same shade and appear to be a slightly off rhe deepest blue of the Pacific states. Arizona has blinked from the palest blue that is still blue to a more definite blue but still pretty light. The palest blue on this spectrum is Iowa's.

Trump's deepest red "lock" states are the Big XII, SEC and Mountain West Conferences and their sstates: West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming and Idaho. If jack rabbits, snakes, deer and big horn sheep could increase their IQ's just a couple of points, they would be as qualified as the humans in those states and would form a formidable voting bloc for the Republicans. But they can't and the humans in those precincts are a non-factor in the Electoral College.

A blue thunder rolls overhead and all across America, and beneath it the red lights are blinking out.

A Dangerous Time

Many, MANY, many Trump supporters believe whole-heartedly that Trump WILL win the election. Will win it unless it is "stolen" from him. Think of that as you read these excerpts from an article in The New York Times. Keep in mind the recent shooting up of the Emmett Till marker. Remember that Trump has exorted his racist supporters to go to polling places in black neighbords in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to make sure black people don't vote "ten times," meaning "don't vote."

This is a dangerous time but not the most dangerous time. That will come on November 8. And that will come after November 8 with the shock and awe of decisive defeat.

John Wilkes Booth did not make up his mind to assassinate Abraham Lincoln until he witnessed and heard Lincoln's second inaugural address--after Lincoln won reelection, after the racists effectively had lost the Civil War.

Donald Trump, Trump supporters, and the Republican Party must be destroyed as a political force in this country never to rise again. THEN, and ONLY THEN can we move to reconstruction of the political remainder of the nation

It is a dangerous time.

Hillary Clinton Presses Her Advantage Over a Struggling Donald Trump

"...urging black voters in North Carolina to vote early and punish Republican officeholders for supporting Donald J. Trump, even as Mr. Trump’s party increasingly concedes he is unlikely to recover in the polls.
It is a sign of the extraordinarily lopsided nature of the presidential race that, even in a Republican-controlled state like North Carolina...
With Mr. Trump so diminished as a competitor for Mrs. Clinton...

[They do not know what is about to hit them. A shock and awe defeat will stun them temporarily, as the military strategy is intended to do on the battlefield. But shock and awe will give way to angry bitterness and thoughts of retaliation, as it did with Booth.]
Republicans fear Mr. Trump will do grievous damage to the party unless he can close the yawning gap with Mrs. Clinton...

Mrs. Clinton, who drew support from 50 percent of voters in the [ABC] poll, was openly dismissive of Mr. Trump over the weekend...

Karl Rove,...said Sunday on Fox News that he no longer believed Mr. Trump had a realistic path to victory against Mrs. Clinton.

“I don’t see it happening,” Mr. Rove said.

In addition to trailing by a wide margin in national polls, Mr. Trump has fallen well behind Mrs. Clinton in states that are likely to determine control of the Senate...

Two outside groups aligned with Republicans...have also begun running television commercials in Senate races that imply that Mrs. Clinton is likely to be the next president ...

...Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, acknowledged on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on NBC that Mr. Trump was trailing. 

America's Cold Racial Civil War

Bullet-Riddled Memorial to Emmett Till Prompts Talk of Still 'So Much Hatred'

America's Cold Racial Civil War

Vandals in Mississippi apparently shot up a memorial to Emmett Till, an African-American teen whose murder in 1955 became a touchstone of the civil rights movement.
The defacing of the memorial drew notice Oct. 15, when Facebook user Kevin Wilson Jr. posted an image of the damage to the marker of the site where the 14-year-old Till, accused of whistling at a white woman, was killed.

"This child died in 1955 and people still have so much hatred," Robert E. Huddleston, a state representative from the area and member of the local chapter of the NAACP, told ABC News. "Why do they feel the need to keep on killing him again and again?"

Huddleston said this is the second time this particular memorial had been defaced and that the original version of the marker is believed to have been dumped into the river.
"When I see hatred like this it makes me want to work that much harder to rebuild it, begin healing, and get members of the Caucasian community to join us in that effort to heal," Thomas told ABC News. "When the descendants of those who perpetrated slavery here and Jim Crow laws stand up against this sort of vandalism it means so much more ... When they join in rejecting this we can move forward."

It is a time of hatred. It is a cold, racial civil war. It is a dangerous time in America.

Je Suis Nasty Woman

BITCH That Trump!

Hey Sex Offender, ja see the new poll?

Clinton Vaults to a Double-Digit Lead


"Clinton leads Trump by 12 percentage points among likely voters, 50 to 38 percent, in the national survey, her highest support and his lowest to date in ABC News and ABC News/Washington Post polls."

This is the same poll, however, that was an outlier last Saturday, having Trump down only 4 when others taken during the exact same time period, Oct. 10-13 as I recall, had HRC with a double-digit lead. The undersigned therefore disregarded that poll. This one is an outlier the other way.

As I said last week, I trust 538's statistical modeling, which weighs the individual polls according to their "worth" and then aggregates them all, more than I do any single poll, or RCP's adding and dividing. In 538's latest forecast, which takes account of this ABC/WaPo poll, HRC leads by a weighted average of 6.8%. That erases about half of Trump's gains in 538's previous forecast.
It is only 10:30, what shall I do for the remainder of this day? Some weed. I would like to smoke some weed and further dissipate a dissipated life.
My life...Dissipation, that is my life. My life has meaning; it means dissipation. Drip, drip, drip. 


Poopy, Peepy.

1-1 90'+1

Another incestuous lip-lock?

1-1 79'




The gangsters won't take that one away.
What is going on with Manchester City. They haven't won a match in any competition in September 28-four matches in a row, this would be the fifth, two at home.

Gonna start calling him Peep, Peep's Boys insteada Pep's Boys. Peepies. Fucking beat Southampton, okay?


*bad words*
They just took the goal down. I went back after posting my encomium to John Stones and it's 0-1, 37'.



John STONES! 32'.

Sticks and especially Stones WILL break your bones, Southie.

Manchester City 0 Southampton 1, 27'

My life is ebbing away.

Manchester City-Southampton


My life has meaning again.

Nil-nil, 21'.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Trump at Gettysburg

See, orange!

I can't help it, here goes.

Four score and seven years ago I am accused of taking sexual liberties with ten women. These mothers brought forth on this continent these new allegations because they could not conceive with me. They are dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Boy, are they wrong.

Now we are engaged in a great racial cold civil war, testing whether these allegations, or any allegation so conceived and so dedicated to my opponent can long endure. We are met on a great battlefield state of that war. I have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for these liars and their sponsor. It is altogether fitting and proper that I should sue them.

But, in a larger sense, I can not desecrate, I can not hollow this ground. My hands are too small. The brave men, living and dead, with whom these liars have conceived, with their consent, got far above my poor power to get with my short, stumpy fingers. The world will little note, nor long remember what I say here, but it can never forget what I did to them here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to grab them by the pussy and gangbang them. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to that great task remaining before us—and to sue them until they are dishonored and dead. We take increased devotion to that cause for which they shall give the last full measure of their treasure—that we here highly resolve that these liars shall not have lied in vain—that these women, lying from their whatevers and lying on their backs, under God--A man, by the way.--shall never birth an orangeman—and shall perish from the earth. SAD!

Football, Tackle and Short Pants, News

Lordy, lordy, look who almost got 40. SMU beat 11th-ranked HOU 38-16. The "Ponies" expressly crapped all over the "Cougs."

Fuck a duck. On the plains 'twer a good-lookin' pigskin game 'twixt two ranked teams, #17 ARK and 21st AUB. 'Cept 'tweren't a goo game a'tall. The "Plainsmen"-"Tagers" done skinned dem "Hogs," laid moreana double nickle on 'em, 56-3! Wooo Pig Sooie!

I be done. Night-night, termites.

Gonna be a shortened tackle and short pants review on accounta nobody I like played.

Short Pants:

Winners-Burnley at home 2-1 over Everton; Stoke 2-0 at Hull; Lester at King Power Stadium of Light...Boy, that would actually be a sensible name...3-1 over Child Porn; the Hammerheads at Land Shark Stadium, formerly Pro Player Stadium, 1-0 over the Stadium of Lighters; the "Ex-Cannibals"
2-1 over West Brom "White People" at This is Anfield.

Drawers-Bournemouth and Spurs, Arse and Middies, Swans and Wats, all nil-nil. Wee!

This my sister. She number one prostitute in all Kazakhstan.

Scholarly Tackle:

Numero Uno Alabama 33, numero seise Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 14, in Tuscarora. Over the #6 team in the country. 'Bama shouldn't even play on Saturdays, they should play on Sundays.

#3 Meeshagan 41-8 over, and at, Illinoise. Over and out.

#7 Lewisville 54-13 over, and at, North Ca'lina State.

The #8 "Fauxpelinis" 27-14 over the "Cindy Crawford Alum of's".

#10 WIS 17-9 over Iowa at Reefer Smoke Park.

Let's GOOO Mountaineers, twelfth-ranked, 34-10 over Texas Anti-Christian at Deliverance Stadium.

#20 WMU 45, EMU 31. Let's GOOO WAMOO.

The #22 "Apple Chills" over the "Cadavers" 35-14 at Mott Park.

#24 Navy swam their way past some alleged "Tigers" from "Memphis."

There are a couple of other spelling bees tonight and I will report on them if I feel like it.

"Donald Trump Pledges to ‘Heal Divisions’ (and Sue His Accusers)"-NYT

Gave what his campaign labeled his "closing argument" to voters at...Gettysburg. The "high water mark of the Confederacy." Guy has no sense of irony. Guy has no sense.

America's Cold Racial Civil War

War is politics by other means, said Clausewitz.

Politics, therefore, is war by other means, and that is what this presidential election is. It is a war playing out in politics, therefore a cold war. And it is a race war pitting a large majority of white men against everyone else, including white women.

"A communist can become a capitalist but an Armenian can never become a Turk."
     -Samuel Huntington, Clash of Civilizations

And thus Donald Trump's Svengali-like hold on his supporters. So great that he joked, accurately, that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose support.

Trump has "dog-whistled" his cold race war from the start of his campaign. Only his supporters heard it. The rest of us could only gape in wonder. "They don't care," Olivia Nuzzi wrote about Trump's supporters and his policy positions. "They don't care" about his sexual assaults either; nor about his taxes, nor that he is an "unwitting Russian agent," nor an un-democratic autocrat. "They don't care" because Trump spoke their language of race, and as no one else did. The communication was tuned at the perfect pitch for them, in a language that he and they alone understood, at a pitch that only they could hear. It was a language that we had to have decoded for us by Olivia Nuzzi and others before we understood.

Donald Trump and his supporters will stop at nothing, not even murder, on Fifth Avenue or elsewhere, they will not hesitate to commit fraud, they will not gainsay foreign tampering, they will use undemocratic means--Trump and his supporters will do anything to get Trump elected.

And they will never accept defeat. If need be they will resort to assassination and coup. It is war, after all, by other means.
No Pitt today. No City today. I'm blue.

Trump is Closing

In three days Clinton's advantage over Trump in the polls has fallen from 7.1% to 6.4% (538) and from 7.2% to 6.1% RCP.
Here is an interesting article on what to do with the 40% of Americans who are Low-Life Trump supporters living in Swamps of Crazy. Professor Malhotra argues for an "exit ramp" that we, the Sensible Sixty, will build (part of our investment in infrastructure, it could be considered) for our brain-damaged fellow citizens living their miserable lives as trailer trash and copulating with close relatives, a way of integrating them back into the rent fabric of communal America. :)


"...unless Trump loses by historic margins, it is bad news for America."

"...Trump is the first major party candidate to have relied so intensely on hate."

"Hate is not easily contained. Fear can grow or shrink, anger can escalate or subside, but hate sinks in. It becomes a part of us."

"It’s okay for fear and even anger to linger in the wake of a national referendum. There is a lot at stake. But hate is not normal, and it cannot be allowed to gain legitimacy. If it does, it can irreparably rend the constituent fabric of a country."

"If this ends up being a close election, [And Trump has closed the gap to "close." See next post.] it will allow hate to retain the foothold it needs to survive. That is why, for the first time in U.S. history, Americans need one candidate—in this case, Donald Trump—to lose decisively. [In just three days of polling the election has moved clearly away from "decisive" and toward "close." This is worst case for Professor Malhotra's advice below.]

1. Don't force them to defend their beliefs.

Publocc suggested #1: Outlaw their beliefs.

2. Provide information, and then give them time.

"You might say (or post on Facebook) something along the lines of: “That’s interesting. Here’s some information I came across. You might find it useful given your interest in this topic.”

Publocc #2: "That's interesting that you signed a petition at a Trump rally calling for repeal of the 19th Amendment abolishing slavery whilst yelling "Fuck that Nigger" at mention of President Obama's name. Here's some information on a substitute amendment calling for the enslavement of all Trump supporters and providing for your transport forthwith to relocation camps in Idaho, to be called collectively Trump Land, where you will be paintball targets for Hunters of Men."

3. Don't fight bias with bias.

"...protect your legitimacy at all cost. If they are making a completely one-sided argument with selective (or misleading) evidence, don’t retaliate with a similarly biased or flawed argument to defend yourself. If there is some merit to their argument, acknowledge it."

Publocc-3: To demonstrate my own legitimacy I show you my unimpeachable, certified certificate of birth in Hawaii and I show you yours, of equal authenticity showing Adolph Hitler and Eva Braun as your natural parents.

4. Don't force them to choose between their idea and yours.

"...you will be much more effective if you encourage people to reconsider their perspective without saying that this requires them to adopt yours."

Publocc-4. The painless lobotomy procedure which we are about to perform on you has proven most efficacious in perspective-changing.

5. Help them save face.

Publocc-5. We will help you save your face. You may keep it just as it is with the adornment of the intertwined "TP" logo branded upon your forehead.

6. Give them the cover they need.

Publocc-6. This excellent strait jacket is the cover you need.

7. Let them in.

"If they fear you will punish them the moment they change their mind, they will stick to their guns until the bitter end. This punishment takes many forms, from taunts of “I told you so” to being labeled “a flip-flopper” to still being treated like an outsider or lesser member of the team...[R]eward rather than punish them for admitting they were wrong."

Publocc-7. Here is remote, harsh Idaho, deep in America! We let you in! We INSIST. You have nothing to fear from those black helicopters circling overhead. They are crop dusters! They are spraying cockroaches carrying diseases harmful to the body politic! Do not fear Trump Land! Paintball welts go away eventually! After a while, once the burn heals, you will never feel the keloid scar of the "TP" brand on your foreheads.

"Some of the above advice requires that we temper our natural inclinations for how to behave when someone is yelling and screaming or pushing and shoving."

Publocc: Not at all!

"But you will have a much greater likelihood of navigating the path to change if you invest in building an exit ramp."

Publocc: The exit ramps for Trump Land are an excellent, truly excellent, investment in the infrastructure of America, as is construction of Trump Land itself, both of which are nearing completion as we speak and which will be ready for use and occupancy on November 9.
Suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
'Morning Gopies. Today is the first day of the end of your lives.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Trump's "dog whistles" of racism, sexism, and violence have not been coy, cynical attempts to win at any cost. They have been real. They have been the real Donald Trump.

Trump has thought of murdering Hillary Clinton. He has thought of a way of having her murdered and of winning the election. To "dog whistle" it to his supporters. And they have responded. Their rhetoric is right there. They just haven't acted upon it, or have not acted upon it yet.

Trump and his Brownshirts cannot, and they will not accept defeat. They are convinced that Trump can only win, and in a landslide. When Hillary Clinton becomes president-elect they will claim fraud and attempt to delegitimize her election. And when that is validated Trump will start his own permanent destabilization effort, Trump TV, and his Brownshirts will think seriously about assassination, as Booth did attending Lincoln's second inaugural. Just ask Dan Bowman.

For Trump and his Brownshirts Trump will never lose this election. It is a malevolence never seen in an American candidate before and only in his supporters during...During what? During the Civil War.
I don't think "anger" covers it. There is hatred, frustration sure, but a frustration intensely focused, outwardly on Hillary Clinton, that is the hate, and inwardly focused, you can see him thinking, and those are dark, vicious thoughts he is thinking.

That is a man capable of violence, he has it in him, and in those four seconds is barely able to keep it in. It is a malevolent four seconds.

Donald Trump is a clearly disturbed man.

Candid Trump: "Malevolent"

Alright. I have given it three hours to settle in. I have watched both many times now.

I have read "angrily," "grinding his teeth" Esquire), "teeth gritting" (USA Today), "a weirdly private moment" (Esquire). USA Today:

A flash of anger comes over Trump's face and he appears to grit his teeth as he angrily rips a page from his notepad. He then appears to collect himself as Hillary Clinton crosses the stage to shake hands with debate moderator Chris Wallace.

That is the fullest description. Accurate. 

Still, after three hours of watching, reading, and thinking about it, I am sticking with my first response: "malevolent."

Prez Obama could you make that orange man debate Mrs. Hillary every night?

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Bitch That Trump

Trump, get up. Do you have to do that in front of the kids? Get up, put a robe on, cover yourself up, take off those tassles, put on some slippers, go to your corner.
The Al Smith Dinner was tonight in New Yahk. One of those charity roast things, like the
White House Correspondents Dinners. Criticisms are allowed, expected, but keep 'em good-naturedish. Being self-deprecating is de riguer.

Trump began with a self-deprecating remark about his "beautiful hands," his other well-known character traits, "modesty," he said to good-natured laughter, and his famous equanimity, to chuckling. He was doing fine.

But Trump really can't abide criticism, even self-deprecating, and has the world's worst tin
ear for the line between good-natured criticism and "violating the red line at these events. And thus:

"I wasn't really sure if Hillary was going to be here tonight because, I guess, you didn't send her invitation by email. Or maybe you did, and she just found out about it through the wonder of WikiLeaks," Trump said. "We've learned so much from WikiLeaks. For example, Hillary believes that it is vital to deceive the people by having one public policy and a totally different policy in private."

CNN's reports:

When the audience booed at that line, Trump said, "That's OK, I don't know who they're angry at, Hillary, you or I. For example, here she is tonight, in public, pretending not to hate Catholics."

The boos were for him. He didn't know he had gone to far claiming
Clinton "hated Catholics." At a Catholic event with the Arch Bishop of New York
Sitting feet away on the same dais.


The jeers from the audience were unusual for the event.
"I've been to that dinner like six, seven, eight times," Christine Quinn, the former speaker of New York's city council, told CNN's Anderson Cooper. "I've never heard boos like that. Never."
"According to her sworn testimony, Hillary has forgotten more things than most of us will ever, ever know -- that I can tell you," Trump said, to crickets. "We're having some fun here tonight."
When it was her turn Clinton by contrast, or in similar vein according to CNN, said:
"Donald looks at the Statue of Liberty and sees a 4 -- maybe a 5 if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair."
Beautiful, imho, well within the spirit of the dinner, but maybe not.
Her remarks, too, included sharp shots at Trump. She accused him of "translating from the original Russian" when he reads off teleprompters -- a reference to Trump's coziness with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mocking a letter from Trump's doctor about his health that lacked specifics, Clinton said: "Donald really is as healthy as a horse -- you know, the one Vladimir Putin rides around on."
Eh. I think that's within acceptable bounds but maybe orhers disagree. 
I think this was well done by Trump:
"Michelle Obama gives a speech and everyone loves it, it's fantastic. They think she's absolutely great. My wife Melania gives the exact same speech and people get on her case,"

WALLACE: Sir, your two minutes are up.


He Can't Compete...

You shouldn't have been in Iraq, but you did vote for it. You shouldn't have been in Iraq, but once you were in Iraq, you should have never left the way.

You Can Start Him Up...

Oh, yeah, they're making -- I mean, they are outsmarting -- look, you're not there, you might be involved in that decision. But you were there when you took everybody out of Mosul and out of Iraq. (more)

He Makes a Grown Man Cry...

So we're now going to take Mosul.


And do you know who's going to be the beneficiary? Iran. (more)


He Makes A Grown Man Cry...

And Iran should write us a letter of thank you, just like the really stupid -- the stupidest deal of all time, a deal that's going to give Iran absolutely nuclear weapons. Iran should write us yet another letter saying thank you very much, because Iran, as I said many years ago, Iran is taking over Iraq, something they've wanted to do forever, but we've made it so easy for them.

He Makes a Grown Man Cry...

So Mosul is going to be a wonderful thing.

Mosul was sad, "so sad" when you started this answer, Trumpie, now it's going to be wonderful?!

What is the matter with you, Trumpie? Oh my God.

Never Stop...

But the leaders that we wanted to get are all gone because they're smart. They say, what do we need this for? (more)

Never Stop...

But who's going to get Mosul, really? We'll take Mosul eventually. But the way -- if you look at what's happening, much tougher than they thought. Much, much tougher. Much more dangerous. Going to be more deaths that they thought.

Never Stop...

But she wanted to look good for the election. So they're going in.

He'll Never Stop...

That's why we have the great migration.

That's why we have the WHAT?!

You Can Start Him Up...

...and he made so many mistakes, made all the mistakes.

You Can Start Him Up...

He violated the red line in the sand...

"He violated the red line in the sand"?!


Trumpie, what happen your brain? It no good, Trumpie. You blow too much the cocaine like Richard Keiths.

You Got Him Just About to Blow His Top...

And the only reason they did it is because she's running for the office of president and they want to look tough. They want to look good.

He's Been Runnin' Hot...

But you know who the big winner in Mosul is going to be after we eventually get it?

He'll Never Stop...

The element of surprise. Douglas MacArthur, George Patton spinning in their graves when they see the So we're now fighting for Mosul, that we had. All she had to do was stay there, and now we're going in to get it.

You Can Start Him Up...

These people have all left. They've all left.

You Can Start Him Up...

About three months ago, I started reading that they want to get the leaders and they're going to attack Mosul. Whatever happened to the element of surprise, OK? We announce we're going after Mosul. I have been reading about going after Mosul now for about -- how long is it, Hillary, three months?

If You Start Him Up He'll Never Stop...

TRUMP: Let me tell you, Mosul is so sad. We had Mosul. But when she left, when she took everybody out, we lost Mosul. Now we're fighting again to get Mosul. The problem with Mosul and what they wanted to do is they wanted to get the leaders of ISIS who they felt were in Mosul.

If You Start Him Up

WALLACE: Mr. Trump, same question. If we are able to push ISIS out of Mosul and out of Iraq, will -- would you be willing to put U.S. troops in there to prevent their return or something else?

Let me tell you, Putin has outsmarted her and Obama at every single step of the way. Whether it's Syria, you name it. Missiles. Take a look at the "start up" that they signed. 

"More than half of mentally ill US adults go without treatment"

Republicans aren't anywhere near 50%, give me a break.
Prez Obama, since you're in Miami Beach I put the extra mattress out on the floor and will leave the door unlocked. Got any brewskis?

Bitch That Trump

Trump, everybody can see your tassles and everything. You look like a bitch laying there on your back with your legs in the air and your tassles waving.

"Government alleges former NSA contractor stole ‘astonishing quantity’ of classified data over 20 years"-WaPo

Over 20 years. Some of Donald Trump's sexual assaults are more recent than that. Not all.

Harold T. Martin III is the guy's name. Snowden, of course, was a contractor, too.

Maybe they oughtn't contract out as much. I don't know, it's just a thought.

Stealing classified stuff for 20 years and didn't get caught. What kinda QC does the government exercise over its intelligence contractors? Might could step up the oversight, might could. Check their lockers, desks, briefcases, 'puters maybe every decade?  I don't know, that's my thought anyway.

Bitch That Trump

Trump, your tassles are showing.

"The Hillary Shimmy Song"

President Hillary Clinton, the first female president, is also the first president to "start-up" (roflmao) a dance move craze, and to inspire song. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs0AupRWyC0


Ding Dong
The Witch is Dead
Which Old Witch?
The Trump Bitch Witch!

A Grumbling Bitch

And it became clear that the candidate who relishes his role as a bully had little patience for being bullied.

Mrs. Clinton implied that Mr. Trump would find a way to weasel out of paying his fair share of taxes for Social Security.

“My Social Security payroll contribution will go up, as will Donald’s — assuming he can’t figure out how to get out of it,” Mrs. Clinton said, fully aware she was provoking him.

And provoked he was.

“Such a nasty woman,” Mr. Trump grumbled.

A Whiny Bitch

She noted that after a stretch without an Emmy for his reality TV show, Mr. Trump had claimed that the awards show was rigged against him — just as he now says about the election.

Mr. Trump did not disappoint. “Should have gotten it,” he said bitterly.


As the debate wore on, Mrs. Clinton kept finding opportunities to make Mr. Trump seem smaller and smaller, or at least more puerile.

The Nuclear "Start-Up" Treaty

“The one thing you have over me is experience,” Mr. Trump said at one point.

Hmm. Brains. Experience, brains. Temperment. Judgment. A shimmy.

And yet it seemed clear through this last confrontation that there was a gap in knowledge, or at least in command of the material that candidates seeking to be president are expected to master.

“Take a look at the Start-Up they signed,” Mr. Trump said at one point, apparently referring to the Start nuclear arms reduction treaty.


On Mr. Trump’s famed negotiating skills: “He went to Mexico. He had a meeting with the Mexican president,” Mrs. Clinton said bitingly. “He choked and then got into a Twitter war because the Mexican president said, ‘We’re not paying for that wall.’”

Mrs. Hillary, I Really Like You.

On his charitable giving, compared with the work of the Clinton Foundation: “I’d be happy to compare what we do with the Trump Foundation, which took money from other people and bought a six-foot portrait of Donald,” Mrs. Clinton said witheringly.

“I mean, who does that?” she added.

A Fine Whine

...she savaged Mr. Trump’s career, his finances and his sensitivities, portraying him as a lightweight with the temperament of a spoiled child.

Clinton Makes Trump Her Bitch

In the third and final presidential debate, Mrs. Clinton outmaneuvered Mr. Trump with a surprising new approach: his.

Flipping the script, she turned herself into his relentless tormentor, condescending to him repeatedly and deploying some of his own trademark tactics against him.
He repeatedly gave up chances to respond to pointed taunts from Mrs. Clinton, who dominated the confrontation from its opening moments, needling and baiting him over and over.

"Hillary Clinton, Mocking and Taunting in Debate, Turns the Tormentor"-NYT

She mocked him. After Mr. Trump said President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia had “no respect” for her, Mrs. Clinton slyly posited why Mr. Putin seemingly preferred Mr. Trump: “He’d rather have a puppet as president of the United States,” she said.

Cry Bitch

I Messed My Pants Again

She interrupted him. When Mr. Trump boasted of the gilded Las Vegas hotel that bears his name, Mrs. Clinton leaned into her microphone. “Made with Chinese steel,” she quipped with a smile.

Hillary Shimmies All Over Trump

She mansplained him. “Let me translate that if I can,” Hillary Clinton said dryly after Donald J. Trump talked up his tax plan.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

I admit I have wondered about your sexual preferences, Trump. Straight? Bi? Pan? That is why one of my earlier nicknames for you was "Disco Donald." I mean, Studio 54, I never had the privilege but that was a sexually "extravant" club, no?

You were close to known pole-smoker and AIDS victim Roy Cohn, you are close to the sexually extravant Roger Stone and here you are giving a hum job to Rudy Giuliani's fake tits. I know you supposedly don't like fake tits. On women. And, I guess, not liking fake tits on women is support for this being a playful, ardor-less hum job on Rudy. Maybe you have another special nickname for him, I don't know, for Giuliani. Divine Mistress Rudolphina, whatever.

So while I hate you just the way you are Trump, I am a little unsure who the you is that I hate so extravagantly, do you feel me?

You were pretty in military school.
Have to wear a uniform in military school, I know. But did you like it anyway? Dressing up? Cosplay? No? Alright.

Don't mind me, I just have these stupid theories.


For what?

You look uncomfortable there. That's an odd angle for your legs. Like it's uncomfortable for your asshole sitting on that pole. Hemmorhoids? Spanking?
Get off the fucking header to my blog.

No he didn't.

Jesus Christ, Trump, you look like you're into it, you've got your eyes closed and everything. Play-acting, right? Okay...Good actor, are you? Even if you weren't, even if this was "real" ardor, I don't care. It's just I didn't know. I didn't know you "performed" in this skit for charity, you're supposed to be "real" and you know. I don't hate you any less, certainly, and I don't hate you more. I hate you just the same. It's not a good look, though, really.
Goin' the "extra mile." "Giving your all" for the scene. "The play's the thing."
Good charity. Trump Foundation charity? No, right?

You and Giuliani have remained "close" all these years. Fifteen, I think. I am fucking DONE with this.
Well, to each his own. It's not a good look for either of them. I assume it was for charity or something, whatever. I don't want to do this anymore.
Trump, your bald spot's showing.
How many times did you crossdress, Giuliani? Say in a given week. Rough estimate, okay.
I find this unusual. 
The goalie got kicked out of the match, huh? Oh, that's just LOVELY. Sounds like an excellent time all around today in the Camp Nou. Fucking CAPITAL game. Fucking MOTHER-fucking fuck.
Oh, only because our first-string goalie, Claudio Bravo, got red-carded, that makes sense. 

89: Neymar picks up the ball form Messi, waltzes past two defenders and finally beats Caballero #FCBCity #FCBlive (4-0)
Caballero? Pep played Willy Caballero against Barca?