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Tweet of the Year

All you elderly aunties may want to shield your eyes:

BiFF asks: "Who's cock are ya trying to suck, Mooch?"

{{RD LOL's on the bus attracting attention}}

A reasonable question. You wanna take that one, Mooch?

But WAIT! There's more…

So classy.

The editorial staff would like to apologize to all paranoid schizophrenics out there who never extended an invitation to Reince in the first place.

(The same guy on the bus every day keeps staring at my shoes. Is he trying to tell me I need a pedicure? Would he like that? Hmmm…)

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10 Responses

  1. Easy to say now … but first time I saw and heard him “crass pig” came to mind … unfortunately … and now he is in Heinrich Himmler’s spot … lovely

    • Oh, it gets worse. Apparently, that’s from an interview he gave Ryan Lizza in The New Yorker.
      When he called Reince a paranoid schizophrenic, he was projecting.

  2. Can you believe TFG? He doesn’t look Native American.

  3. I want to hear what Mooch says about the buffoon.

  4. Weird circus in the Senate tonight, with CNN reporting 3 GOP Senators weren’t going to vote for Skinny Repeal unless they received assurances the bill would NOT become law, but would be sent back to the House for (endless) reworking. They received those assurances, so I’m betting when they vote within the hour, the bill will pass, Trump will crow about it, and nothing will happen, at least for awhile.

    The GOP Senators were in continual contact with their Governors, who told them to repeal ACA is too politically risky (i.e., they are getting too much opposition from THE PEOPLE and are getting worried about their future political prospects).

    • Whoo hoo! That was very satisfying. McCain doesn’t go against the overlords very often when it comes to voting, but he was firm tonight, walked away from Pence, and voted no. And thank God for the female Senators from Alaska. ACA still survives, for now.

  5. It’s official: we’re governed by the Sopranos, now.

  6. “All you elderly aunties may want to shield your eyes:”

    You talkin’ to me?

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