The Pussy Grabber v. DPRK

“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen,” Trump said. “They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which the world has never seen.”

If you don’t think The Pussy-Grabber in Chief doesn’t badly want a war with North Korea (even at the risk of a nuclear conflagration), if only to distract the public from the multiple secret grand juries that will end his life in public office, then you’ve not been paying attention.

More worrisome is how the MSM has been demonizing DPRK the last few months. If you will remember, this is exactly how Shrub and The Dark Lord started prepping the country for their oil grab the Iraq “war.”

We’ve seen this play before, of course. The problem this time is that, unlike during Shrub’s presidency –where there were a few adults around– there’s no one in this administration to put the brakes to The Pussy Grabber’s rampant id. Hell, half the people he appointed are apocalyptic evangelicals, people who desire nothing so much as to bring the whole world to an end.

“Bumpy ride” doesn’t even begin to describe the possibilities…

The Pussy Grabber v. DPRK

The Witless President

Six months into the Trump era, foreign-policy officials from eight past Administrations told me they are aghast that the President is still so witless about the world. “He seems as clueless today as he was on January 20th,” Boot, who is now a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, said. Trump’s painful public gaffes, they warn, indicate that he’s not reading, retaining, or listening to his Presidential briefings. And the newbie excuse no longer flies.

“Trump has an appalling ignorance of the current world, of history, of previous American engagement, of what former Presidents thought and did,” Geoffrey Kemp, who worked at the Pentagon during the Ford Administration and at the National Security Council during the Reagan Administration, reflected. “He has an almost studious rejection of the type of in-depth knowledge that virtually all of his predecessors eventually gained or had views on.”

Criticism of Donald Trump among Democrats who served in senior national-security positions is predictable and rife. But Republicans—who are historically ambitious on foreign policy—are particularly pained by the President’s missteps and misstatements. So are former senior intelligence officials who have avoided publicly criticizing Presidents until now.

“The President has little understanding of the context”—of what’s happening in the world—“and even less interest in hearing the people who want to deliver it,” Michael Hayden, a retired four-star general and former director of both the C.I.A. and the National Security Agency, told me. “He’s impatient, decision-oriented, and prone to action. It’s all about the present tense. When he asks, ‘What the hell’s going on in Iraq?’ people around him have learned not to say, ‘Well, in 632 . . . ’ ” 1

“He just doesn’t have an interest in the world,” Hayden said

…“The sheer scale of his lack of knowledge is what has astounded me — and I had low expectations to begin with,” David Gordon, the director of the State Department’s policy-planning staff under Condoleezza Rice, during the Bush Administration, told me.

The Witless President

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  1. The year the Prophet Muhammad died, prompting the beginning of the Sunni-Shiite split.

Tips for Meeting with OMP

After four months of interactions between [OMP] and his counterparts, foreign officials and their Washington consultants say certain rules have emerged:

  • Keep it short — no 30-minute monologue for a 30-second attention span.
  • Do not assume he knows the history of the country or its major points of contention.
  • Compliment him on his Electoral College victory.
  • Contrast him favorably with President Barack Obama.
  • Do not get hung up on whatever was said during the campaign.
  • Stay in regular touch.
  • Do not go in with a shopping list but bring some sort of deal he can call a victory.

“If you were prepping people for [OMP] the two or three points would be: one, bear in mind this is still a guy who focuses on wins,” Peter Westmacott, a former British ambassador to the United States, said. “He likes to have wins for America and wins for himself from bilateral meetings.”

Secondly,” he continued, “he is a deal maker, a pragmatist. Third, this is a guy with a limited attention span. He absolutely won’t want to listen to visitors droning on for a half-hour — or longer if they need an interpreter.”

Tips for Meeting with OMP

Begging For It

Via Kansas City’s own Jason Kander:


Talk about begging for it! The White House web site is looks like thes:

On March 13th, President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order that will make the Federal government more efficient, effective, and accountable to you, the American people. This Executive Order directs the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to present the President with a plan that recommends ways to reorganize the executive branch and eliminate unnecessary agencies.

President Trump wants to hear your ideas and suggestions on how the government can be better organized to work for the American people.

Share your ideas below by June 12th!

This is followed by:
remove WH personnel
As you can see, WNBTv has a fairly decent idea of how to make government “can be better organized to work for the American people.”

Let the White House know your thoughts! Also? Vote Often!!!!

Begging For It

The War on Drugs

ISIS jihadis…er, I mean, Peyton C. Grinnell of the Lake County Sheriff’s Department in Florida has a message for you, heroin pushers/users! 1 You should seek help from your local office of Florida social services 2 agency, especially receiving a referral to The Recovery Village where both mental health and addition issues can be addressed! 3

Wait…that’s not what Peyton C. Grinnell said. What he really said was “…run and hide” before “”our SWAT team blows your front door off the hinges.” 4

…’cause THAT has worked really really well the last 50 years, amirite? I mean, what could go wrong?

The War on Drugs

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  1. That’s not totes over the top…jeez, what a buncha queens.
  2. “This agency sucks in every facet and does more to divide and destroy the family structure far more than they do to assist one in preserving it. This isn’t assistance its a setup for failure to keep poor people stuck in a maze and job security for society’s leeches and parasites that claim to be here to help…”
  3. Or will be until the ReThugs eventually repeal and replace the ACA. Then you’re on your own, kiddo.
  4. The militarization of our nation’s police forces has now officially jumped the shark; that motley crew would fit right in at the Sidestreet Bar & Grill late Friday nights. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, Peyton C. Grinnell!