Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Another reason he should be behind bars

An editorial in the Houston Chronicle criticizes indicted felon/Texas AG Ken Paxton for funneling 500,000 taxpayer dollars to 21 so-called "expert witnesses"  for their testimony in federal court. It turns out the "experts" were nothing but anti-abortion activists who weren't qualified to testify as experts, and ended up being ignored by the court. GOP politicians always look for interesting new ways to transfer public tax revenue to their amigos in the private sector.

Paxton's official smug shot

Thursday, July 12, 2018

The Unwelcome Mat

The Orange Stool Sample feels unwelcome in London. Tough shit, fatso.

The problem facing the world is that there are still too many places where the Stool Sample feels welcome. A good example are those phony 2020 election campaign rallies, with gyms full of the dregs of humanity cheering his tired act and fueling his fantasy that he's the most beloved star on TV. When Stool Sample is hiding in the White House all day, every day, we'll be getting somewhere.

Unloved by millions. So very, very sad.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Still waiting

The law of averages would indicate there's probably at least one Republican in Congress who has at least one admirable trait or redeeming quality, but so far, I haven't heard of any. A few years ago, I thought Ace McCain was the one, but then he was exposed when he did that Sarah Palin thing.