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Gonna tell you younger folk about Stone

I remember this prick in the 1980’s on CNN’s Crossfire. This self-righteous slimy sonofabitch was even worse than Novak or Buchanan who used to be the RW hosts. Psychosexually deviant and obvious about it.

He got busted for putting ads in swinger mags for himself and his wife. Disappeared from the National tv scene for a good while.

A first-class prick. Even compared to all the other pricks. Dis-gusting.

Umm...any word on the emergency meeting of the judges?

Did I miss something?

They are dismantling The New Deal

Along with any programs which grew out from it. I’m telling you: if they could reinstitute slavery and remove the right to vote for women they would and their women would support them wholeheartedly. They are ruthless beyond belief. The Pharaohs has nothing on these bastards.

Trump response to Coronavirus outbreak in the WH

Reporter: Mr President, what happens if a member of the White House staff is diagnosed with the Coronavirus?

Trump: We immediately start them on a diet of pizza and flounder

Reporter: Will that alleviate the symptoms and save his or her life?

Trump: No, but we can slide it under the door. Next question?

Breaking: Trump to posthumously pardon Richard Speck

Speck, the confessed murderer of eight student nurses in 1966, and who died in 1991 while serving a 1200 year prison sentence, was fully pardoned today. Trump stated, “Yeah, I know what some people said about him but he had XYY syndrome and was just an ultra-manly man.”

Pardons for John Wayne Gacy and Jeffrey Dahmer are reportedly in the works.

just in case

Breaking: Trump to rename Washington after himself

(APe). February 16,2020 President Donald J, Trump has announced that the District of Columbia will be renamed after himself, the 45th President. Proposed names are: Trumpadelphia, Trumpangeles, Trumpcago, and Trump-a-lago. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has stated that he stands behind the President in this regard and will exert every fiber of his being to ensure that this process is completed expeditiously. Senator Lindsay Graham will be prosecuting all protestors as “seditious animals”, as he stated: “It’s not like the city is named after anyone now. President Trump has proven himself worthy of the great honor.” Senators Collins and Murkowski have voiced concern over this issue and are awaiting the results of the hearings to carefully decide how they will proceed.

In a related story, military bases are proposed for Maine and Alaska simultaneously with this proposal of renaming. There is talk of recarving Mount Rushmore to show President Trump’s visage instead of “that guy on the left side”.

On edit: I was moved to write this watching the history of Washington on the History Channel.

Thank you for the unprecedented number of ❤️'s

It is truly appreciated. I value the DU community immensely in this age of alienation. I’ve been here since 2004 and don’t know what I’d do without it.

Does anyone else here recall the magazine:

“A Minority of One”?

It and The New Republic shaped me politically in the 1960’s.

The Sharpei/Sharpie Presidency.

Which is it?

Enquiring minds want to KNOW!

You know it hasn't occurred to me until last night:

Among the most remarkably well-received performances on screen during the last few decades are the Batman Comic Joker, beginning with Jack Nicholson, and extending through several stars. In addition, we have now idolized characters in mob movies who are transcendentally evil and sociopathic: Joe Pesci in almost any role, Michael Corleone, the boss in Kansas City(?) in Casino, Paulie in Goodfellas, you get the point....

These are the new heroes in America: strong, occasionally brilliant sociopaths, who are perceived as nearly-infallible by their acolytes and politically and legally indestructible. This is nothing new: we idolized Al Capone as well. Trump is a know-nothing who was bolstered by years of familiarity in the sensational tabloid press, and the gigantic level of hatred emanating from many millions. It is no wonder that in our cinematic idolization of autocrats and dictators that the nation elevated one to its pinnacle of leadership. The only question is what, if anything, will change all of this for the better?
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