The Stupid Party Is At It Again

The media is continuing their unfounded attacks on President Trump, and true to form, the GOP is folding in the face of pressure.

Republicans in Congress are increasingly dispirited over the chaos surrounding Donald Trump, with several saying the nonstop revelations are imperiling their legislative agenda and the top Senate Republican signaling he’d go his own way on some of the president’s top priorities.

What legislative agenda? You assholes have done nothing – nothing – since January, and you expect us to support you?

Those concerns mounted after news broke Tuesday evening that Trump asked James Comey to close the FBI’s investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

That’s bullshit and fake f**king news. Comey’s memo said nothing about Trump asking him to close the Flynn investigation. “I hope you can let this go,” if Trump even said that – no one has seen the memo yet – can be interpreted many ways, but Trump never specifically asked to have the investigation shut down. It’s an out and out lie.

Comey wrote a memo about the conversation immediately after it occurred in February. Democrats said Trump’s request amounted to obstruction of justice while Republicans demanded information from the administration.

Really? A self-serving memo no one has even seen is now evidence of a crime? I must have missed the day they taught that in the police academy.

Earlier Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’s prepared to block Trump on many of his proposed budget cuts and won’t support major tax cuts that add to the deficit. Nor would he commit to building Trump’s border wall.

Wow, there’s a shock. McConnell and Paul Ryan are despicable pieces of human filth, and their continuous Trump obstruction will lead to their demise in 2018. The GOP will lose the House next year, because they have given people nothing to vote for. No agenda, no accomplishments, nothing.


8 thoughts on “The Stupid Party Is At It Again

  1. The idiots are going to screw themselves and will not be re-elected. Dorks! We will be screwed when they lose The House. Makes me want to slap McConnell up-side the head.


  2. Neither party is covering itself in glory. When Democrats hyperventilate over every tabloid accusation made about Trump, and string them together as if they were fact, it could (and should) backfire on them big time.


  3. And, again. let me repeat “Term Limits” for all elected officials. Problem is they are the ones that have to pass the dang law and that will NEVER happen!!


  4. Cathy – I despise Mitch McConnell more than I despise McCain. They’re both despicable politicians.

    Mike – I sincerely hope so, but I have little faith in the average American voter.

    Metoo – Term limits would eradicate this entire problem, but no, these jerkoffs would never vote for their own demise.


  5. I’m embarrassed to call myself a Republican. The Dems have a free pass to squash the potential American has right now because the Republican Party has no spine. I hope the majority of Americans left and right soon realize what both sides are doing and vote these greedy, all about me traitors out.

    And how the hell does a stupid bumpkin like Maxine Waters get voted into congress? My god man, she’s a disgrace.

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  6. Oh…..and these piss-flaps ( sorry Wyatt I’m taking it back) have no issues wasting taxpayers money on these Fn investigations that will produce exactly what they already know….NOTHING!

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  7. Kevin – It’s almost as if the GOP likes being in the minority. They can whine and bitch all they like and not have any responsibility. Slugs like McCain, McConnell, Graham, etc need to go. Sooner rather than later.

    And Waters? One word: California.

    I also agree on the funding. This is a complete waste of taxpayer money. In two decades of law enforcement I have investigated hundreds of crimes. I never started an investigation with no evidence. I guess that doesn’t stop the Beltway.

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  8. I would be embarrassed to call myself a Republican if I was. I gave up on those boneheads on November 7, 2012, and became an independent. If they continue being worthless, I may switch from being independent to giving up on the whole idea of giving a crap at all. Republicans are the wart on society’s nose.


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