Category Archives: Elections

Trump Presidency: What His New Team Might Teach Us

Donald Trump, Elections, Foreign Policy, Republicans

While I disagree with the writer’s conclusions regarding Donald Trump’s selection of successful businessmen, not all Anthony Zurcher’s questions are unreasonable, following President-elect Trump’s cabinet picks. After all, they’re “not exactly drawn from the ranks of the angry populist masses”:

* Since “the president-elect has frequently turned to the military brass,” will “Mr Trump’s picks give his administration a decidedly martial bent”? He campaigned on “a less interventionist foreign policy.”

* “Mr Trump railed against the political establishment on the campaign trail, but some of his nominees are very comfortable in the Washington ‘swamp'”: “Tom Price, slated for Health and Human Services, is a member of the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives. … Elaine Chao served as labour secretary under President George W Bush and is married to Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell,” not to mention Republican Party darling, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

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The Endless Arrogance Of Obama

Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Elections, English

Barack Obama began his presidency with hubris, promising in 2008 that, “This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.” He ends his eight lean years with the same boundless arrogance:

“I’m confident that if I had run again and articulated [my vision of progressive change], I think I could’ve mobilized a majority of the American people to rally behind it.”

So said Obama to “his former senior adviser David Axelrod in an interview for the ‘The Axe Files.'”

Incidentally, while campaigning for Hillary Clinton, Obama told voters they had to vote for her because his legacy was at stake. Now that voters rejected Hillary and with her his legacy, Obama is denying that the devastating Democratic defeat was a reflection on that legacy.

Loser.

The wisest part of the interview with Obama is this:

“I have to — I have to be quiet for a while. I — I — and I don’t mean politically, I mean internally. I have to still myself and…”

What a great pick-up line.

And of course, Obama uses the part perfect tense correctly, quite rare in American letters these days. And he conjugates the verb to “run” correctly. Said the president, “If I had run again …” It would have been better had Obama said, “Had I run again.” Most writers or TV heads can’t conjugate. Sickening.

UPDATE IV (1/9): Michelle Antoinette Obama Goes Back To Basics: Bashing Middle America

Barack Obama, Celebrity, Donald Trump, Elections, Glenn Beck, Race

She was ashamed of her country until it elected her husband president. Some price to pay for being in Michelle Obama’s good graces. Now, the First Lady—who’s lived in the lap of luxury courtesy of the American taxpayers, and whose girls are set-up for life—can go back to being manifestly bitter and twisted.

Mrs. Obama spoke to the queen of kitsch, Oprah Winfrey (who, incidentally, first brought the obscure Barack Obama to the attention of the moron media. You could say Obama was chosen for the nation by Oprah). Said Mrs. Obama: “Now we’re feeling what not having hope feels like. We feel the difference now” that, presumably, the era of Obama is over.

Michelle is still no belle.

It shows you just how sensitive Michelle Antoinette Obama is to the Rest of America, to The Forgotten Man, to Middle America. They didn’t feel hopeful with her berating them for 8 years, and promoting blackness over all else.

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RELATED: “Militant Mama Obama.”

UPDATE (12/19): Me angry? Where do people get that? Mrs. Obama is as self-aware as her husband. And she, too, is aware of her legacy.

READ: Michelle On ‘Angry Black Woman’ Label — ‘You Don’t Even Know Me’

UPDATE II: He said Merry Xmas!

UPDATE III: Complaining:

UPDATE IV: Samantha Pee.

UPDATE V (1/9): Hypocrisy.

UPDATED (12/11): Another Great Stride For Mankind Made By Donald Trump: Slap The CIA

Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, Hillary Clinton, Intelligence, Iraq, Media, Russia, The State

Joy. The most powerful man in the world, President-elect Donald Trump, has mainstreamed a truth for which some of us were ostracized 14 years ago. Mr. Trump continues to call out and disavow the malicious lie (from beginning to end) that was Bush’s war on Iraq:

“President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team questioned the credibility of the CIA late Friday in response to a report the agency found Russia intervened in the election to boost his prospects. ‘These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction,’ the Trump transition team said in a statement. ‘The election ended a long time ago in one of the biggest Electoral College victories in history. It’s now time to move on and ‘Make America Great Again.'” (USA Today)

As reported here last night, a secret assessment by the notoriously politicized Central Intelligence Agency, touted by a Fake News source, The Washington Post, has decreed—didn’t prove or provide evidence for—that Vladimir Putin essentially elected Trump. This Russia is alleged to have done by hacking the Democratic National Congress’ emails and revealing reality. The reality revealed in those DNC-Podesta, Wikileaks emails showed the world just what incorrigible scumbags were Hillary Clinton and her team.

UPDATE (12/11):
Assange at odds:


Kellyanne concurs with Assange:


Marcobot hates the peace-makers; what’s new?


FBI at odds with CIA:


Putin Vs. Lindsey Graham: the first would not destabilize his country:


Fake News is sick: