I saw a comment elsewhere that it is good and wise for DUMBFUCK to continue his current strategy of keeping his head down and remaining silent.
And it is good.
It would have been better a couple of years ago, before he golf-cleated his junk into a puddle of goo.
But it’s not good enough.
12/5/2016 15:17:34 UTC
12/5/2016 15:17:53 UTC
12/5/2016 17:55:24 UTC
12/5/2016 17:55:32 UTC
12/6/2016 15:42:27 UTC
He won’t find peace in his dotage until he realizes that [PLEASE DON’T EDUCATE THE MONKEY – PK].
I don’t suppose any one should be the tiniest bit surprised anymore, except perhaps the ladies of OurTime.com who don’t know any better…yet.
What is it with DUMBFUCK and “the butt stuff?”
I’m wondering if Minny Jackson wasn’t actually his parents’ housekeeper at some time, and if “Two Slice Hilly” wasn’t really “Whole Pie Billy.”
Well, anything to distract from Maryland, where he’s really caught in a trick bag.
Ha ha ha.
Almost live from a VPN in the Southeastern United States:
November 22, 2016 18:52.24 UTC
November 22, 2016 18:52.42 UTC
November 22, 2016 18:53.01 UTC
November 22, 2016 18:53.40 UTC
- You have the right to remain silent.
- Anything you say can be used against you in a court of law.
- Anything you say will be used against you in a court of law.
- You have the right to talk to a lawyer.
- You have a right to have a lawyer present with you while you are being questioned.
- You may not be able to afford to hire a lawyer, you poor bastard.
- If you cannot afford to hire a lawyer, a really crappy one will be appointed to represent you before any questioning.
- Unless you don’t want one. Then the police will lick their figurative chops, take maximum advantage of this terrible decision you have just made, and manipulate you into telling them everything, you idiot.
I’m in a goofy mood. Sue me.
He aches. Every day, he aches.
Aches for a new captive nurse.
“Google my name!” he says with pride. And then wonders why it’s adios muchacho.
And for no particular reason, I thought The Jewel in the Crown might consider a new avatar.
But I thought JMTP had teams of talented cyber
stalkersHACKERS! to sniff out this stuff (click on the picture, the archive.is link is safe)…
You know Hillary Rodham (I didn’t want to leave the house ever again but I totally had the temperament to be President) Clinton WON THE POPULAR VOTE, right, DUMBFUCK?
And how transparent is the downpost begging for help with a reward that will NEVER be paid?
Exit question: When do I get paid? (Fuck it – give it to the National Rifle Association)
But back then, the Democrats took their losses with more class.
h/t Andrew Klavan
Recently I remarked on another site how entertained I was by the Left’s post-electoral freakout. In particular, I was impressed by the collective shock and tantrums that resulted from so many Americans, for just a few minutes in the privacy of the voting booth, behaving exactly as the Left has always expected them to behave.
The restraints of political correctness are loosed in the voting booth. When you step inside, you have a moment to realize that there is a very loud bloc of political punditry and social media who have for years been calling you sexist, racist, xenophobic, homophobic, Islamophobic religious bigots (“and why aren’t you voting for Hillary?”) and YOUR VOTE COUNTS JUST THE SAME AS THEIRS.
And then, will wonders never cease, you win. Against all odds and predictions.
And yes, liberal tears make great coffee!
And someone pointed out that if, instead of for just a few minutes on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November and only in the voting booth, if the middle America that the Left has so thoroughly demonized for the past 25 years were to suddenly rise up and for seven days behave in the manner they have been painted by their loyal opposition (which, not coincidentally, is actually quite a lot closer to the way the Left themselves behave when they hear the word “no”)…
most of the American Left might be dead, instead of just looking like these people:
The answer is 11.
The eleven most populous states are:
- California – 55 votes
- Texas – 38 votes
- Florida – 29 votes
- New York – 29 votes
- Illinois – 20 votes
- Pennsylvania – 20 votes
- Ohio – 18 votes
- Georgia – 16 votes
- Michigan – 16 votes
- North Carolina – 15 votes
- New Jersey – 14 votes
That is a total of 270 votes. Now comes the “unlikely” part.
If one, and only one, citizen in each of these states makes it to a polling place and casts their vote for candidate Dave, that candidate will win each of these eleven states by a popular total of 1-0. Such a result would pile those 270 electoral votes in that Dave’s pile and BOOM! Election over.
The remainder of the nation, tens of millions of votes, could all be cast for the opposing candidate Romeo, and all 39 remaining states (and the District of Columbia) would be won by that candidate, and by a popular vote of, oh, let’s say 105,644,295 to 11, the Romeo would lose the Electoral College 270-268.
Of course it would never happen. The point is that it could.