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Well, if you’d like to know just how spineless and cowardly and unpatriotic and self-serving our Republicans are, look no further than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the ultimate lapdog for Republican power, whose wife currently works for the Trump administration. Here’s what ol’ Mitch thinks about Donald Trump sharing our sexxxiest classified secrets with the Russians:

I read the Washington Post story and I read General McMaster’s response, which tends to refute the story, rebut the story.

Yes, but then Trump admitted that the story was basically correct, which tends to refute and rebut the dumb bullshit coming out of McConnell’s mouth.

He continued:

I think we could do with a little less drama from the White House on a lot of things so that we can focus on our agenda, which is deregulations, tax reform, repealing and replacing Obamacare.

Boo hoo! Donald Trump is making Republicans sad because he’s being SOOOO CRAZY (which nobody could have ever predicted!), and the GOP didn’t sign up for this because they liked Trump, they did it because they thought they could use this opportunity to fulfill Paul Ryan’s boyhood dreams of destroying the entire social safety net, so that poor people might get what they deserve, which is death. Everyone weep for the GOP, because the Pussgrab-In-Chief is making it hard for them to fuck America in its ass, by doing silly boy things like handing America’s deepest secrets to our oldest enemy. WHIIIIIINE!

Trump is also presumably distracting McConnell from other very hard work he’s doing, like joining the trolling campaign to install Merrick Garland as the head of the FBI, because Republicans actually think Democrats are stupid enough to give up Garland’s lifetime seat on the DC Court of Appeals because we’re still so butthurt about what … (wait for it) … FUCKING MITCH MCCONNELL did to Garland’s Supreme Court appointment. Nice try, dick-biscuit!

But don’t worry, as McConnell is not distracted from stuff he doesn’t want to pay attention to in the first place, like news that, according to the Associated Press, a “senior European intelligence official” says that Trump leaking code word level intelligence like a common Russian pee hooker might make his country “stop sharing information with the United States,” because that could put their own sources in danger. How odd, because Mike Morell, former acting director of the CIA, predicted that would happen on “CBS This Morning” just today! Moreover, the AP quotes a German lawmaker named Bernhard Lischka, who says that if our idiot president is leaking intelligence to enemy governments, “then Trump becomes a security risk for the entire western world.”

We already knew our allies were likely withholding intelligence from the U.S., because they don’t trust our president. This might just seal the deal for them, and that would make both our allies and American citizens far less safe. What a winner that Donald Trump is, and what a smart and strong national security Republican Mitch McConnell is being, by focusing on how Trump’s silly “drama” distracts from McConnell’s ability to literally hurt the American people.

QUICK SIDENOTE QUESTION: How many anti-American things must Donald Trump do before we stop assuming it’s just because he’s incompetent? While Trump’s terrible brain and thin-skinned petulance are settled facts, we need to be honest about how Trump really might be a Russian intelligence asset, like we wrote about BEFORE THE FUCKING ELECTION, WHEN ALL OF THIS COULD HAVE STILL BEEN PREVENTED.

Anyway, Mitch McConnell is not worried about all that, he just wants to get back to making sure a bunch of Americans die for lack of healthcare. Can he please get back to doing that?

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  • chiefkurtz

    “I think we could do with a little less drama from the White House on a lot of things so that we can focus on our agenda…” Uh-huh…emails…Benghazi….

  • Crank Tango

    Turns out that useful idiot isn’t so useful after all. Can’t even govern with all 3 branches under control.

    • Ω cynmac will never surrender

      The point was never to govern but to rule. How’s that working for you, GOP?

  • Joe Beese
    • Joe Beese
      • C4TWOMAN

        Other commenters have cautioned this process took 3 years with Nixon. I appreciate that–we shouldn’t hold our breathes–but I really think this process will be shorter this time, say 6 mo to a year.
        Blame the Internet.

        • eka

          not just the internet. trump’s mental state should help speed things along.

        • Marceline

          Claude Taylor has been keeping me sane so I’m sticking with his prediction.

          https://twitter.com/TrueFactsStated/status/864233399791255554

        • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

          It also took a Democratic majority to get it done. I see no advancement in the impeachment process until we take everything back in 2018.

          • C4TWOMAN

            Is there another was to get a majority? Like enough Republicans have to resign?

          • calliecallie

            Or go to jail?

          • willi0000000

            they could retroactively self-abort.

          • Anna Elizabeth

            I doubt there will even be elections in 2018.

          • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

            This is true.

          • Sad, but absolutely true.

        • GoutMachine

          I’d like to think that, but I don’t have any faith in the GOP to put country before party. Back then, we had sane Republicans.

          • Lascauxcaveman

            Back then MOST Republicans were actually sane, if you can believe it. The real crazies were the holdout racist southern Democrats. (Holding seats that are all now Republican, natch.)

  • Crank Tango
  • Proud Liberal

    It’s just our country. What’s the big deal???

    • Crank Tango

      It’s OK when Republicans ruin it.

  • dslindc

    How many anti-American things must Donald Trump do before we stop assuming it’s just because he’s incompetent?

    The limit does not exist.

  • Joe Beese

    Erick “Erick” Erickson:

    What sets this story apart for me, at least, is that I know one of the sources. And the source is solidly supportive of President Trump, or at least has been and was during Campaign 2016. But the President will not take any internal criticism, no matter how politely it is given. He does not want advice, cannot be corrected, and is too insecure to see any constructive feedback as anything other than an attack.

    So some of the sources are left with no other option but to go to the media, leak the story, and hope that the intense blowback gives the President a swift kick in the butt. Perhaps then he will recognize he screwed up. The President cares vastly more about what the press says than what his advisers say. That is a real problem and one his advisers are having to recognize and use, even if it causes messy stories to get outside the White House perimeter.

    I am told that what the President did is actually far worse than what is being reported. The President does not seem to realize or appreciate that his bragging can undermine relationships with our allies and with human intelligence sources. He also does not seem to appreciate that his loose lips can get valuable assets in the field killed.

    http://theresurgent.com/i-know-one-of-the-sources/

    • BosGrl

      This is so fucking scary.

    • Wild Cat

      “Erick, Son of Erick, we have great task for you, Laplander. Go to home of stupid human reindeer, Amerika, and speak of their gods as though they were holy and their money as though it is a s tight as your mother’s hoo-ha on a sunny day. And behold! A poor peasant like Erick, Son of Erick, can rise to be great media pundit and help destroy world.”

    • Elvis Causticfellow

      Trump better hurry up and get himself a lickspittle FBI director so he can order him (or her, yeah right) to go arrest and waterboard Erick, Son of Erick, until he gives up the leaker.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      If Fuck Fuckerson can realize how serious this is, then you know it’s serious.

    • Lascauxcaveman

      Erik Erikson isn’t exactly a stupid guy, just an inbred racist who wants to see as many brown people get screwed as possible. He’s smart enough to see where Trump is going is going to screw the white people almost as bad.

  • Chadwells
  • Nounverb911
  • C4TWOMAN

    Does anyone have a list of known Republicans who have broken ranks? Not just in the House or Senate, but anywhere…

  • chascates


    Alien planet Proxima B ‘has conditions right for life’

    BUILD THE DANGED ROCKET!!!!

  • schmannity

    Better hurry up Mitch, Trump has apparently taken your advice that job one is making sure that the President is not reelected.

  • anwisok
  • schmannity

    McMaster live now. Announcing itinerary like nothing happened.

    PS, sticking by statement yesterday, national security compromised by leakers.

    PPS It’s all good, no worries.

    • chascates

      And like he’s the press secretary.

      • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

        They seem to give everyone a chance to do that job these days.

        • Celtic_Gnome

          Everyone but Spicer. He just fucks it up royally.

    • Ferroequinologist Ron

      I’m sure that, in his head, nothing did.

    • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

      McMaster of Puppets.

    • Amelia Resists and Persists

      When he first came out, he said he was going to go over the itinerary and then “Sean says there might be something else you want to talk about,” with a little lol at the end. Like, dude, this is super unfunny.

  • It needs a bald eagle to sweep down gather that turtle and use it for target practice on Trump’s head. Of course there would have to be votes about this

  • chazmanr

    “I read the Washington Post story and I read General McMaster’s response, which tends to refute the story, rebut the story.”

    No, it didn’t. It refuted a story that wasn’t written. The WaPo did not claim that any of the things McMaster denied happening happened (ie disclosing sources or intelligence gathering methods). They reported that Trump provided information about plots to use laptops to commit acts of terror on airplanes and that the information had come from a specific city. McMaster did NOT deny that and Trump basically confirmed it. That information is enough for ISIS to isolate who provided the intel down to a few people; all of whom are probably dead as of today.

  • GoutMachine

    Seriously, thank the FSM we didn’t elect that Vagina-American to the White House! Can you imagine? She’d get a bleedy every month and have hormonal rages and do weird, stupid shit!

    AND SHE ALSO HAD EMAILS!

    • C4TWOMAN

      Well, it’s unlikely she’d literally be “bleedy”, considering her age, so I don’t know what the problem is. Unless it’s reminding them women can make more contributions to society besides making babies….

      • GoutMachine

        I know, but I’m channeling GOP ignorance of gross, disgusting, sinful lady bits ;)

        • C4TWOMAN

          You channel well.

          • GoutMachine

            /goes to take a shower.

  • OrdinaryJoe

    McMaster’s response at the presser ongoing is they want to fuck over the leakers.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Has Donald been fucked over, yet? Waiting…

  • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

    They keep saying the quiet part loud and the loud part quiet.

  • Vincent Ricola

    “The real story is the leakers that are leaking. Next question from a friendly reporter?” – the alleged great patriot, H.R. McMaster.

  • Me not sure

    ” New Depend Oral Leakage Protection For Men! For when when you just can’t help yourself. Now in ultra absorbant Trump sized!”
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a0e1edb3086a9b3b0426205dc62b8a8ddf6db80b087f74f949296c70bcce2370.jpg

  • shivaskeeper

    Rage. That is all.

  • LesBontemps

    Anyway, Mitch McConnell is not worried about all that, he just wants to get back to making sure a bunch of Americans die for lack of healthcare.

    Yeah, what is taking so long with my death panel?

    • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

      Ugh. The Republican Party has more dicks than American Gods.

  • MynameisBlarney
    • Ezio

      “I’ve made billions and now I want to share my success secrets with you” reads like the posts those spambots make about how they made money working for Google and now own a Range Rover or something.

      • vivian

        You are exactly right.
        Trump is an analog spambot.

        • cmd resistor

          Not to mention, he has an amazing hemorrhoid cure.

          • Beowoof14

            Putin penis is a miracle cure.

  • calliecallie

    Nothing less appetizing than a limp dick-biscuit.

  • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

    Yeah, there’s a reason that Obama would negotiate with Boehner, not McConnell: Boehner actually has a whit of patriotism, and McConnell is the party hackiest party hack who ever hacked a party. The fact that he looks like he hit every branch on the ugly tree after being born from a terrapin is ancillary.

    That said, Trump isn’t an undercover operative. That actually takes a functioning non-syphilitic brain. Trump is a quivering mass of insecurities, a hateful old man, and a lonely little boy desperate for attention all in one Freudian nutshell. Isn’t that awful enough?

    • alwayspunkindrublic

      Plus, Boehner was usually drunk by noon.

      • BosGrl

        In retrospect, dealing with those fucknuts, it’s not surprising.

      • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

        At least he was an Irish sentimental drunk. These are the things I’m forced to praise these days in Republicans.

        • alwayspunkindrublic

          “He helped incinerate the planet, but he was a good drunk. Slainte!!”

  • memzilla Ω
    • Joe Beese

      I was secretly pro-Goofus.

  • BosGrl

    JFC, is McMasters kidding with this shit?

    • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

      He’s trying to save his career and his pension.

      • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

        I can’t imagine Trump will have any more success staffing his administration after this. It’s like volunteering to go to prison.

        • Vincent Ricola

          Free ticket to ride on the Titanic, 2 days after it hit the iceberg.

      • BosGrl

        If I took a shot every time he has said “wholly appropriate”, I’d be drunk by now.

      • Villago Delenda Est

        He’s failing. He needs to pay fucking attention to his oath and turn on the Cheeto.

    • OrdinaryJoe

      If the information had already been shared and is already available in open reporting anyway, why the fuck can’t they tell us what was shared?

    • Vincent Ricola

      He keeps saying how it was totes appropriate and no one in the meeting thought it was weird, which seems odd since someone was so concerned that they leaked the entire thing to WaPo.

      • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

        And if we’re to believe Erick, Son of Erick, one of the leakers is someone who likes Trump but knows he only listens to the press.

  • Ezio

    If I were a turtle, I’d be offended that Mitch McConnell represents my group.

  • Crystalclear12

    In other news, hell has just announced an expansion of their DC wing.

  • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

    “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God.” – Oath of Office, United States Senate

    Now then, Senator, where does it say within that oath that you may discard it at your party’s convenience?

    • GoutMachine

      Can we all go post that on each of their Facebook pages?

      • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

        I highly recommend it.

    • Ferroequinologist Ron

      He had his fingers crossed?

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Unfit to serve.

    • Ferroequinologist Ron

      He forgot to add, ‘with few exceptions.’

  • Will you people stop with the drama about that approaching ICEBERG and get back to listening to that song Mitch is playing about the MOST WONDERFUL PRESEDENT IN HISTORY?
    https://media.tenor.co/images/de61c41a1bdd67ec433c902be1fab86e/tenor.gif

  • Meccalopolis

    While Trump’s terrible brain and thin-skinned petulance are settled facts, we need to be honest about how Trump really might be a Russian intelligence asset,

    Both

  • Villago Delenda Est

    Yertle needs to be turned into soup.

    That is all.

    • BosGrl

      Stone soup. To go along with the naked emperor.

      • CogitoErgoBibo

        Roger Stone soup? Would not eat. AVOID.

        • Bobathonic

          Probably made with canned stones, too. Blecch.

          • Villago Delenda Est

            YOU MONSTER!

  • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

    Tired of [Russians] winning, so yeah, he was right about a thing.

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    It made chuckle a little that people thought the Senate would fix the horrible health care bill the House handed them, as if there isn’t an equal percentage of heartless Republican bastards in the Senate.

  • Joe Beese

    MCMASTER STANDING BY STATEMENT!!!

  • Ezio

    Too bad most Republicans are too cowardly to follow the will of the people that they’d rather screw them over instead of breaking party lines.

    • snark-lurker

      “party lines”? Follow the money, that what’s guiding him

  • Bill D. Burger

    McMasters is fucking embarrassing. Sounds like some high school football coach explaining how their huge loss was really a win.

    That sound you heard is what was left of his credibility and integrity going down the drain.

    • BosGrl

      Yes – sarcastic, bully football coach. You got it exactly.

  • puredog

    I was one of the weak-brained who initially applauded the idea of Garland at the FBi, though the source (Lee, R-Utah) made me “think” “huh, that’s weird.” Until someone with an enviably higher IQ (like, say, room temp) pointed out that would give the Thugs Garland’s lifetime seat on the DC Circuit, and I said, “Oh, yeah, duh, that.” But it’s even worse. Were Garland to go to the FBI, he would then be serving at the pleasure of, and subject to firing at any time by, the shitgibbon. Hmmm. I wonder how well that would work out for him?
    While I vacillate from time to time, my considered opinion is that, of all the loathesome players in this circus, McConnell is head and shoulders the most evil. Considering the competition (e.g., Sessions, Ryan, Pence, etc.), that’s saying something.

    • theblackdog

      Thankfully it was just reported that Garland has said he’s happy being a judge and isn’t interested in the FBI position. Still I’m calling my senators to make sure.

      • cmd resistor

        I can’t imagine he’d have the slighting interest in doing it.

      • puredog

        I don’t think Garland will be a problem, since his IQ is certainly waaaaay above room temp.

    • Vagenda and Pee-ara

      I think McConnell and Ryan are tied for worst that humanity has to offer.

    • desida

      McConnell is the worst, agreed. While their beliefs are horrible, I do think Ryan and Sessions actually have beliefs and act on them. Sure, those beliefs are “black people are the worst” and “poor people are lazy and don’t deserve anything,” but those are principles, of a kind.
      McConnell doesn’t believe in ANYTHING. All he wants is to grab power for his party and give back to their rich donors. That’s it. He is pure, utter cynicism made flesh.

  • canes_pugnaces
    • GoutMachine

      Man, I am gonna have some fucked up nightmares tonight.

    • Roni Raven

      Mitch is a fucking traitor, as are all of Donnie’s GOP enablers.

  • Chadwells
    • schmannity

      I thought that was him working on the AHCA

    • therblig

      pegging, i assume?

    • Wild Cat

      Horseshit! That’s his sister, silly!

  • Shoto

    Will someone please place Turtle-boy up on a fence post?

    • Villago Delenda Est

      You see Mitch McConnell on his back, baking in the hot sun. If you do nothing, he will die. What do you do.

      • Paul

        Get a magnifying glass?

  • OrdinaryJoe
    • Villago Delenda Est

      “Five alarm incident at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.”

  • Beowoof14

    Russian gangsters have Trump by his tiny little balls. And Putin works with those guys. So Trump is doing as he is told by his handlers or his wealth is over, his being president is over, his life of pussy grabbing is over. So Donnie does as he is told, cause he knows the options are prison or being taken out by some very ruthless characters.

    • Vincent Ricola

      Makes a thinking person wonder what the Russian gangsters have on the entire GOP in congress.

      • Celtic_Gnome

        Word is the RNC helped with money laundering.

  • chascates

    What will it take for the Trump loyalists to face reality? From Politico:
    “It’s total bullshit,” said Charles Johnson, a prominent internet troll close to the administration. “I think The Washington Post is way over their skis.”

    Johnson said he was also puzzled by another strain underlying Monday’s report: concerns that Russia poses a threat to American national interests. “Are the Russians invading America? No, Mexico’s doing that,” he said. “They’re a country that produces oil and hot models. Frankly, I think we could reach an arrangement with them.”

    Cernovich said he has been calling around to top administration officials who were skeptical the president would even have been briefed on the sort of details he is reported to have leaked. “If Trump really made a mistake and accidentally leaked information, why would people run to the media to tell the world, including our partners?” Cernovich asked.

    The avant-garde artist-cum-journalist Lucian Wintrich was similarly skeptical. “It’s WaPo, so grain of salt,” said Wintrich, White House correspondent for the pro-Trump blog the Gateway Pundit, which is known, among other things, for repeatedly publishing internet hoaxes as fact.

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      “’It’s total bullshit,’ said Charles Johnson, a prominent internet troll close to the administration.”

      This apparently exists. Because of course.

      • puredog

        Chuck Johnson? Is he, like, Hugh’s brother?

    • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

      Here’s a link to this story, for those who don’t feel like searching. Reading it now.

      http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/05/16/trumps-fans-shrug-off-oval-office-leak-215140

    • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

      Holy hell! It’s like a rogue’s gallery of stupid people out there. they honestly thing the press’ job is to serve the damned president? They honestly think the cold war is over? They honestly forget that Nixon was a thing?

      Nope! Cold war is not over, it just evolved.

  • Mpeg

    McConnell did state, “drama from the White House.” i.e. the chaos that’s emerged from the WH, not the resulting response to the chaos.
    He chooses words poorly, trivializes the gravity of the position his President’s put us in; acts like a scold where a leader should be; and doesn’t even try to hide the fact he like his fellow GOP are All Agenda and whatever it takes to inflict it~

  • CogitoErgoBibo

    McMaster: “Not lying. Not the leaker. Nothing to see here. Totally proper! Ayieee! Too many questions! Abort! Abort!”

  • Bill D. Burger

    McMasters: “….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate…….holy appropriate….(and at the end) president didn’t know enough to know what he was doing. ___ aaaaaaaaaaaand…I gotta go. See ya.”

    What a fucking joke of a presser.

  • schmannity

    Well, McMasters’ news conference was a total shitshow. Way to blow your reputation, general.

  • chascates

    H.R. McMaster just went all ‘Colin Powell at the UN’.

  • OrdinaryJoe

    Why do I not feel better knowing that Trump had no idea where the classified information he leaked to the Russians came from?

  • Swampgas_Man

    Clearly, the R’s won’t do shit until they get their tax cuts; this implies that IF they get their goodies, they might do something. I’m *ALMOST* — almost< — willing to give them their shit and see if they change. Yeah, BIG "almost".

    • Ferroequinologist Ron

      VERY big ‘almost,’ because we also know that they lie like Donnie on a golf course.

    • snark-lurker

      we can not satiate this beast with appeasment

    • Bobathonic

      Just like they came around on PPACA, once they got their inputs included.

    • vivian

      Why should we capitulate to their blackmail? They work for us, not the other way around. The fact that we’ve all lost sight of that is the biggest danger we currently face.

    • Vagenda and Pee-ara

      They won’t be satisfied until we’re paying the wealthy to stay in this country, which we pretty much already are doing. I know my state gave Boeing a $15 billion tax cut to move here (so they could also get non-union labor). I think they’ve spent about $25 million of the tax cut advertising about how awful unions are. The idiots who worked there voted “NO” on a union, and within a week Boeing laid them all off. Gee, those workers sure showed those dumb unions!

  • Mavenmaven

    in other words, McConnell would like to kill everyone but without all the drama.

    • Rick Hill

      And ensure a nice, tidy profit, to boot

    • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

      Then they should have run Romney again – he’s fond of quiet rooms.

  • Joe Beese
    • GoutMachine

      Nothing to see here …

  • Belasaurius

    if this is Trump’s idea of winning, then yes, I am sick of it

  • Vagenda and Pee-ara

    Ha ha…you dumb snowflakes just can’t stop whining. Boo hoo! Sure, I can no longer have health insurance, or Social Security or Medicare, and my taxes will be a lot higher since I need to take up the slack to help pay for the wars that the wealthy no longer want to fund, but I sure showed you assholes when I voted for Trump, didn’t I?

    • Vincent Ricola

      If only we would’ve addressed your economic anxiety. :(

      • alwayspunkindrublic

        I’ve got my boot on the neck of an immigrant. That should help, right?

        • Vagenda and Pee-ara

          You’re a partriot, son.

      • Vagenda and Pee-ara

        Well, that, and I’m just constantly in an angry mood because of everything Fox News is telling me that I should be angry about – Mexican immigrants taking my job, Muslim refugees taking over Idaho yogurt production, and bringing TB and rapiness with them, lazy bums in “urban” areas eating lobster and drinking champagne on my dime, the endless war on Christmas and Christian oppression, transgender ladies using the ladies bathroom to rape my daughter, the gay agenda coming for my children, etc…Sure, none of that has actually happened, but that doesn’t stop me from being all “grrrr…why is everyone out to destroy the country that Jesus founded?”

    • Meccalopolis

      “Winning”

    • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist
  • Chadwells

    OT: So here is the list of imbeciles traveling with Fuckface for 11 days starting Friday…to places like Israel and Saudi Arabia. Anyone see where there may be some issues?:

    “Son-in-law Jared Kushner, daughter Ivanka Trump, chief strategist Steve Bannon, chief of staff Reince Priebus, economic adviser Gary Cohn, deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell, policy adviser Stephen Miller, press secretary Sean Spicer”

    For me, I look forward to some fucking peace and quiet for those 11 days. I have other hopes and desires for things to happen to them on that trip….but rules.

    • GoutMachine

      “Peace and quiet” – oh, you slay me.

      • Chadwells

        Wishful thinking, I know.

    • OrdinaryJoe

      I, on the other hand, will be holding my breath knowing they are in the middle of the world’s biggest powder keg and they play with matches for fun.

      • Chadwells

        Hence, my other “hopes and desires!”

      • cmd resistor

        Yeah, really, yesterday’s story somewhere about how the White House hoped to sort of “reboot” while he was out of the way? Like, right, how much harm can this guy do out there in the world?

        • Villago Delenda Est

          The only way they can “reboot” at this stage is by burning the present boot.

    • cmd resistor

      Thanks, a co-worker and I were wondering who had been assigned babysitting duties for the trip.

    • Phoenixdoglover

      Miller and Spicer share a room.

      Just fucking with ya.

    • Meccalopolis

      Over/under he don’t come back?

      • Chadwells

        2:1 I hope.

    • CogitoErgoBibo

      But did Ivanka and Jared bring the kids? Who’s going to sing cute songs to world leaders? Please, not Bannon. Not again. I hate when he drinks.

      • Chadwells

        Are Jared and Ivanka even allowed in Saudi Arabia…assuming they will be working? Last I heard, that was a no no.

  • Joe Beese
    • snark-lurker

      it did?

    • CogitoErgoBibo

      Okay. So we’re theoretically producing a lot. How’s it selling? That would appear to be a rather key question.

    • And Ford announced near future layoffs for roughly 20,000 employees.

    • UnsaltedSinner

      It’s almost as if the previous president left him an economy in pretty good shape.

    • Phoenixdoglover

      Another pronouncement from the guy born on 3rd base.

  • GoutMachine

    Wait, McConnell has a wife? Someone fucks that?!

    /reaches for mind bleach

    • Antonin Dvorak
      • GoutMachine

        OK, yeah, that seems familiar. I think I knew that, actually. (I try to block anything Yertle-related from my mind as much as I can.)

      • therblig

        she fucked workers under bush, now she fucks transportation.

        • Bobathonic

          She was Labor Sec’y under Bush The Stupider. Because maybe Yertle wanted a babby and labor is labor?

    • UnsaltedSinner

      Power is one hell of an aphrodisiac.

      • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

        But for Christ’s sake, it has limits, people.

  • memzilla Ω
    • theblackdog

      Since it’s referencing Walnuts, shouldn’t it be “great-grandpa”?

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      John McCain is a classic case of how a person can have commendable physical courage, but at the same time have no moral courage.

      • alwayspunkindrublic

        He had both at one time. He sold the latter when he chose to move to AZ and marry into a wealthy mobster family who could purchase his election.

        • Cheesus Crust _ Rebel

          Post 2000ish McCain was a completely different person – post 2008 McCain became a bitter, jaded, angry old man.

          • theblackdog

            *sigh* I was dumb enough to vote him back into the Senate in 2004 because he hadn’t quite lost his morals.

      • Shoto

        He’s Real Mavericky.

  • theblackdog

    As one of my friends noted, he’s expecting the GOP to keep biding their time until they get what they want, and then they’ll turn on him like a scorpion.

    • snark-lurker

      then what will it matter?

      • theblackdog

        They can look good enough in “look, we got rid of a bad guy and we did these other things” that they get re-elected in 2018

        • snark-lurker

          that may not be the road we’re on

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      Expecting? He’s probably the one who came up with the plan.

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    McMaster: Nothing to see here.
    Kislyak: Not any more comrade, lol.

  • Belasaurius
    • Cheesus Crust _ Rebel

      Dammit – some things can’t be unseen.

    • desida

      Trump’s hands are still too big.

  • OrdinaryJoe

    “Non denial denial.”

    Ben Bradlee

  • Thiazin Red

    I vote for “It can be two things”. He can be a Russian asset and also be incompetent.

    • alwayspunkindrublic

      Nuance and complexity are not Republican strong points.

    • Jennaratrix

      Isn’t he a better Russian asset for being a dumbass? I’m sure they think so. So easily manipulated. Too stoopid to double-cross them.

      • alwayspunkindrublic

        That’s why they targeted Carter Page. They said in their own internal memos it was partly because he was dumber than three boxes of rocks.

  • Jennaratrix

    Does anyone here speak Russian? I think we might need to learn Russian.

    • MynameisBlarney

      Nope.
      The damn rooskies can go fuck themselves.

      • Jennaratrix

        Agreed. Any chance you could get our elected representatives to feel the same way and act accordingly? Because if not, I stand by my original comment.

    • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

      Borscht, Stoli, glasnost…how’s that?

      • Villago Delenda Est

        Kompromat.

    • Phoenixdoglover

      Blyat!

      Works every time.

    • BreakingDeadMen

      I took it for a couple of years in college. I recognize bits of it still.

    • kareemachan

      I can swear in Polish, thanks to a friend’s grandmother. That close enough?

    • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

      Da! Y goovaru russkie ahhhh nebengu?

      It’s hard as hell to write out Russian using the English alphabet. Who knew a foriegn language would be so complicated?

    • Celtic_Gnome

      Interestingly, Senator Sherrod Brown is fluent in Russian.

  • MynameisBlarney

    Errbody STAHP!
    This is important shit right here!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g708PmJAbuI

  • azeyote

    just saw the McMaster blaster licking up after Trump – of course it morphed into leaks and those idiot reporters didn’t bother to ask why is it a leak to inform the American public on information that is not classified anymore after Trump showed it off to the Ruskies ?

    • CogitoErgoBibo

      In their defense, McMaster high-tailed it out of there so fast you could almost see the Roadrunner smoke. They were all still yelling as he left.

      • cmd resistor

        So does that count as today’s press briefing or will Spicer do a regular one later?

        • CogitoErgoBibo

          Fingers crossed for a Spicey or Sanders update. Anyone’s guess who they’d toss out at this point, if anyone at all.

        • Bobathonic

          Supposedly doing a non-camera one this afternoon. A remote from the shrubbery.

  • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2ab23fe59917ff1d37ee9926a3afa9b2e67a6d1620080c9ec68fd5c5e3b5991c.jpg

    Sergei Kislyak

    So, “drama”, my yurtle’s standard is having the goddamned oligarch we were all warned about over to the Oval Office for vodka, s’mores and intel secrets? Treason is just “drama” now? Forget thet we let the fucking Shadowking into our Oval Office. . .

  • (((fka_donnie_d)))

    Caught about 5 min of McMaster’s vaudeville slapstick routine, before I had to turn off the TV because I was making jerkoff motions so furiously that I risked putting a dent in the screen. Something to the effect of “Trump is going to the western wall as part of a strategy to unite the world’s 3 great religions and show tolerance and moderation. The way we show tolerance and moderation is by uniting against a common enemy.”

    No, he will not confirm or deny that the president revealed classified Intel, because we don’t discuss what is or is not classified. The president doesn’t need any process to determine if information should be revealed, because he’s The Decider. And is the leakers’ fault, because it always is.

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      Translation, we’re getting him out of the country to give our “un-fucking” team a breather.

      • (((fka_donnie_d)))

        And now we have conclusive proof that we really, truly don’t give a fuck about the rest of the planet until someone we screwed over decided to get payback.

      • Unmutual Tetsu Kaba

        Yeah except he’s supposed to give a speech on Islam in Saudi Arabia. Holy fuck!

        • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

          Oh holy god.

        • PubOption

          “We have the best Wahhabi in the Japanese restaurant at Trump Tower, the best.”

        • NO!!

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Common enemy of the world’s three great monotheistic religions: Donald Trump.

  • Ricky Gay

    Has Mitch ever done one good thing for the average American? I can think of one he will do in the (hopefully) not too distant future, but seriously.. what a goblin!

    • Bobathonic

      Ask me after he’s dead.

      From votes, from votes, really.

      • BreakingDeadMen

        My money is on from prison.

      • kareemachan

        I would dance on his grave.

        • Stinky_Hole

          As I’ve said before, we could sell tickets, call it a cotillion, and raise money for the symphony.

        • GHERKINS OF RESTIVENESS!

          Let me just say, please watch out for my excrement when you’re dancing.

          We may have to set up no-poo zones, so that good Americans don’t ruin their shoes.

  • BreakingDeadMen

    They think that having Democrats come out against Garland will mean he wasn’t a good SCOTUS nominee the same way they think we are hypocrites for not praising the Comey firing. They don’t logic good. They don’t semantics good. They don’t faith good.

    • vivian

      Cognition… how does it work?

      • BreakingDeadMen

        Like magnets?

        • Villago Delenda Est

          Way too complicated for me!

        • Fartknocker

          Polarity defined by the GOP: The noise a stripper makes when she/he slides down a brass pole.

    • desida

      I can’t tell if it’s because they think we’re too stupid to understand the concept of motive, or if they genuinely don’t think motives should matter. We did this thing, who cares WHY we did it? Well, the courts, for one…

      • BreakingDeadMen

        They think it is all gotcha. Thety have an exceptionally stupid base that rewards them.

        • desida

          Oh yeah, these people looooove them some “gotcha!”, absolutely. But…it’s only a “gotcha!” if motive doesn’t matter, if firing Comey for poking his nose into Trump’s business is exactly the same as firing him for fucking Hillary over. Obviously they’re arguing in bad faith, but I wonder, DO they get that why you do things matters? If you ran someone over with your car because the sun was in your eyes, you’re going to get a different sentence, or no sentence, than if you ran someone over because you gunned your engine and hit them on purpose. Does that concept actually make sense to these people?

          • BreakingDeadMen

            Prolly not

  • Turgid Love Skwerl

    PPP Says the House is in play.
    http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2017/05/health-care-puts-house-in-play.html

    they also say Trump is looking like a one-termer at most:

    Looking Toward 2020:

    It’s very early, but Trump trails by wide margins in hypothetical match ups for reelection. He does particularly poorly against Joe Biden (54/40 deficit) and Bernie Sanders (52/39 deficit.) There’s significant defection from people who voted for Trump in November in each of those match ups- 15% of Trump voters say they’d choose Sanders over him and 14% say they’d choose Biden over him.

    Trump also trails Elizabeth Warren (49/39), Al Franken (46/38), and Cory Booker (46/39).

    We also looked at Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s prospects if he were to run for President as a Democrat. 36% of voters see Johnson favorably to 13% with a negative view of him, although 50% of voters have no opinion about him either way. Both Democrats (38/15) and Republicans (31/17) see him positively. Johnson would lead Trump 42/37 in a prospective contest, and wins over 15% of people who supported Trump last fall.

    • CogitoErgoBibo

      Dwayne still has a house here in Charlottesville. We’ve been sort of goading him to go up against our Freedumb Caucus moron in 2018. For giggles. But hey, why not if he’s going to run for preznit eventually?

      • jesterpunk

        I would pay money to see the Rock debate any FreeDumb caucus moron.

        • CogitoErgoBibo

          Oh, all of us here as well.

      • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

        I’m not against the Rock being a politician, but can he work in other parts of the government first? We’ve kind of been getting a crash course lately in government run by people who don’t know what they fuck they’re doing.

        • CogitoErgoBibo

          If the choice is my Freedumb Caucus idjit, or The Rock trying to primary, said idjit, I’d still go with The Rock…and eventually vote for the Dem option.

    • UnsaltedSinner

      Listen, Americans: I would also vote for Dwayne Johnson over Trump, but let’s not get any ideas, OK?

      • theblackdog

        ^^^ THIS

    • BreakingDeadMen

      Wait till they start arresting GOPees.

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      It’s kind of telling how thin our presidential bench is that three of our top prospects are 74 (HJB), not a Dem and also 75 (Sanders), and an ex-WWE wrestler.

      • Spotts1701, Resistance Pilot

        Yup, getting whacked hard in the last 2 midterms really decimated the farm system.

        • Antonin Dvorak

          It seems we are getting a decent class of gov candidates this cycle. Hopefully they will help us rebuild a bit.

      • Antonin Dvorak

        I wish they would include Gillibrand, Klobuchar, and Harris.

        • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

          I mean, this is ridiculously early and doesn’t have any probable presidential prospects in it except Booker, whose candidacy is already kinda doomed for being a pharma whore. I think it’s more to underscore that even moderately popular Dem politicians could beat Trump now.

          • Antonin Dvorak

            True, I just want more serious names just so our bench doesn’t look weaker than it is.

    • Doug Langley

      President The Rock?? Just when I thought this couldn’t get any crazier. . .

    • Vagenda of Rebel Scum

      I would think we’d be done with celebrity politicians.whos next- Carrot Top?

      • mailman27

        Statesmen? We don’t need no steenking statesmen!! Personally, I’d vote for Gallagher over Carrot Top cuz he’s tuff with the hammer & everything.

  • willi0000000
  • ziggywiggy

    I can’t even enjoy the snark anymore. I am seriously worried trump will somehow encourage/let happen/instigate/order a terrorist attack to regain control. I live in NYC and I am convinced the subway is way too easy to attack, the system is super porous and target rich. Even something small would shut down NYC.

    • willi0000000

      any medium to large city can be shut down all too easily . . . New York easier than most.

      all the homemade security folks seem to be doing is stopping past attacks . . . they x-ray and sniff and look in shoes and dehydrate planeloads of people who aren’t a threat . . . they patrol harbors to keep people from fishing where they fished for half their life . . . and stop people taking pictures of bridges . . . i really hope they do more but i doubt it’s much more.

      given an engineering background and having worked in building construction for my entire engineering career . . . in a few days i could probably think of fifty ways to bring a city to a standstill . . . if one of my oldest friends was still with us i could cut that down to a few hours with one phone call.

      • ziggywiggy

        You’re not making me feel better. But you are also totally right.

        • ziggywiggy

          If the subway did get attacked most New Yorkers would think it was just another MTA screw-up as the trains all stopped.

    • Randy Riddle

      If Tsarina Tic-Tac tried that, I think it would set off a Civil War. A majority of the country is tired of his bs and the Republicans that are enabling him.

    • Rachel Book Harlot

      I actually marvel every day that it hasn’t happened yet.

  • debzeke

    Am I the only person wondering how much the Russians have paid Mitch McConnell? Or what compromat they have on him?

    • Bobathonic

      Not hardly.

    • Turgid Love Skwerl

      They threatened to take away his sunshine log and poison his pond.

    • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

      KOMPROMAT! Comrade McConnell is very good leader. He serve great leader very well. He strong, virile man with hairy chest and much manliness. More at top of hour from dear friends at RT, nepravda global network.

    • Randy Riddle

      Ahem … McConnell’s wife is Trump’s Secretary of Transportation, so there’s that.

    • Tio_Doidinho

      If the rumors on Twitter are to be believed there’s between 40 and 70(!) politicians under investigation for Russian ties. Old Yertle seems like a prime candidate, yes?

    • chicken thief

      UPDATE: The Kremlim has denied any payments to Mitch, so there you go! no need for any investigatin or anything.

  • Bill D. Burger

    And Trump anal poyp, Sean Hannity, knows how he can get control of all this bullying by the MSM and the libs: ALL questions of the president and his actions must be submitted in writing prior to any presser, and must include the topic and the exact question to be asked.
    PERIOD!
    Miss Hannity is outraged…..OUTRAGED, I say.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sean-hannity-white-house-press_us_591a79a6e4b0809be15796f9?xts&ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009&ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

    • Bill D. Burger
      • chicken thief

        Does this ass make my dress look fat?

    • jesterpunk

      Shut up Lumpy no one cares what you “think”.

    • TJ Barke

      Congrats, lumpy, you just tacitly admitted how incompetent and unable to cope with adversity your president is. Dumbshit.

      • TJ Barke

        Someone with twitter tweet this at him.

    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      As opposed to during the election, when Hillary should have been holding a press conference every day and twice on Sunday.

    • God Emperor Emeritus

      As if that would help.

    • Pisto75666

      Hannity forgets Trump doesn’t know how to read.

  • We will need a Russian diplomat to come sooth our worries and fears…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4nk5mSz_2s

  • BrendaKay

    OT: I’ll just leave this here: ” Weltschmerz: a sense of world weariness and frustration at one’s inability to change things.”
    http://www.lawyersgunsmoneyblog.com/2017/05/lolsob-new-weltschmerz

    • Phoenixdoglover

      Against the Wind – Bob Seger

      “Wish I didn’t know now, what I didn’t know then.”

  • goonemeritus

    You would think someone would have given Trump the memo. Since Reagan a Republican presidents job is to talk folksy and leave the actual governing to evil people that have a track record of screwing the average citizen.

    • willi0000000

      t’Rump doesn’t read . . . memos also too.

  • Antonin Dvorak
  • Vagenda and Pee-ara
  • Maybe Trump is actually secretly a ‘Good Guy’ and is causing all the melodrama to distract the GOP from massive tax breaks for the rich, destroying ObamaCare, etc.

    • Vagenda and Pee-ara

      He’s playing fifth dimensional chess here.

    • Rick Hill

      I believe he is trying to destroy the gop

      • AnnieGetYerFun

        I wish that were true. I haven’t seen any evidence that he is smart enough, nor any evidence that the GOP can actually be destroyed. Every time I think “Well, clearly that’s the end of THOSE assholes, at least as an organization,” they win another election.

        • Doug Langley

          I still remember when Donnie rode the escalator and announced his candidacy. He blurted out those racist remarks and I thought “Well, I hope he enjoyed that cuz that’s the end of his campaign!”

    • khanurik

      Good point. However, I’m not sure I’m on board with the whole “good guy” thing. On the other hand, I’ve told my friends to stop wishing so hard for an impeachment. Trump is inept, but Pence is just evil, AND a seasoned congress critter which means he could do real damage to our country (no, not like nuking Denmark which Trump might totally do – but, you know, real damage)

  • Vagenda and Pee-ara
  • IdiokraticDrumpfenJugend
    • SisterArtemis

      ok, I’ve never seen the word “lapidary” used in that way. Am I just out of the loop, or is Marshall being especially creative?

      • tesseraction

        He sounds drunk, both literarily and literary.

    • Greyhame

      And there’s just something damn creepy about the way he handles tough questioning from the press, or angry town hall constituents. His general demeanor and complete lack of scruples over harming the country to advance his partisan goals make a compelling case for the existence of lizard people.

      • desida

        That interview where he couldn’t stop chuckling about how he’d successfully stolen that Supreme Court seat was simultaneously infuriating and chilling. Fucker didn’t even TRY to disguise his total disrespect for America and our democracy.

  • DainBramage

    While it’s gruesomely amusing to think of Liar Trump as a Russian agent, I still subscribe to the theory of Trump’s Razor, that the stupidest explanation is the correct one. In this case, that he was just showing off to the Russians to prove what a big boy he is.

    • SisterArtemis

      “the theory of Trump’s Razor, that the stupidest explanation is the correct one.”
      …. excellent!

    • Shoto

      Trump’s Razor, that the stupidest explanation is the correct one.

      That’s gonna leave a mark.

  • William

    Can’t we just flip this thing over on it’s back and let the seagulls eat him? https://www.facebook.com/todddavidc/videos/1371565426270995/

  • Bruce Mincks

    You left out the part where Ms. McConnell is the ultimate vulva symbol as soon as Mitch secures our hopes for a brighter infrastructure. Contractors, anyone? Donald is in; who’s dealing?

  • rocktonsam

    THAT THUMB SHOULD BE UP YERTLES ASS WHERE IT BELONGS

  • MOG253

    Headed out to the community stoning, I’m sure Mitch and his zealots will pray away the stupid, right?

    • Oneofthebobs

      You can’t fix stupid, but I wonder if you can get it to shut up.

      • handyhippie65

        only with a boot to the head.

        • violent.
          Can also give it a mirror. That will also work and no boots needed

          • handyhippie65

            if all it took was to stop people from being stupid were a mirror, trump would be a genius, since a mirror is a narcissist’s best friend. if you want to stop a rabid weasel, a certain level of violence is necessary. i guess you don’t remember the old dr. demento song, “boot to the head, boot to the head, all he needs is a boot to the head.” it was one of my faves, along with “fish heads”, and “kinko the clown”.

      • mfp

        no, never, not by any means

      • Chris

        Sadly, no. Heaven knows we have all tried in one situation or another.

      • Celtic_Gnome

        Einstein said the difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has limits.

  • Oneofthebobs

    Since Trump can’t stop bragging, could someone please just tell him how much better than his my tax return is.

  • mailman27

    Since Boehner bailed, McConnell is the undisputed king of the mendacious, oily, and traitorous branch of the US government. Unchecked, they will destroy my country.

  • Roni Raven
    • not_vh

      ofcourse it was israel. they need to stay on top of things.

      • Ω cynmac will never surrender

        There was a rumor earlier today that it was Jordan.

    • Chris

      To the surprise of absolutely no one.

  • unionthuggery

    Whenever I see his face in reminded of that old fable, the one about the tortoise and the pee-hooker enthusiast.

  • Roni Raven

    McConnell: Turtle or wide-mouth bass? Discuss.

    • handyhippie65

      i think you mean large mouth ass. no self respecting chelonian would claim kinship with him.

  • not_vh

    as long as we are airing wishes – i would like mcconell to stop fucking america so america can get back to , nothing fancy, just not being raped by the gop agenda again.

  • OrdinaryJoe
    • Roadstergal

      It was consensual, and she was of age. No-nos in the fundy republican circles!

    • handyhippie65

      oh how i long for those simpler times, when we were looked up to by the world, instead of being a laughing stock, and threat to global security. but, to the GOP, a beej is much worse than giving code secret intelligence to the ruskies. what with sperms being sacred and all, and intelligence is a dirty word, in every definition they hold dear..

    • JoeChristmas

      And that consensual blow-job is in the same room the Swindler in Chief is giving the Ruski’s a treasonous hand job.

    • Stulexington

      I remember, it was back when lying to congress actually mattered.

      • Chris

        Gosh, if that still mattered Sessions would be gone. Isn’t lying to the FBI a felony? But we know that Flynn lied to them, as well as others and he’s still walking around.

    • SeeTrain65

      Good times.

  • bookish

    But but, the guy who depends on Donald for his paycheck (McMaster) says no big deal, so who you gonna believe?

  • then Trump becomes a security risk for the entire western world.”
    Boy, the froggy bottom boys must be going nuts right about now. I thought they said Trump would make the western world great again?

  • Run2Live

    Miles’ Law states: Where you stand depends on where you sit.
    We see things and form judgments of things from our own perspective.
    We need to discipline ourselves to see things from other’s vantage point.

    The GOP is now overflowing with “situational ethicists” after years of bashing Clinton’s email security breaches.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/54a984006df21dc76e22238b8616a859c8cba05d274b45f274deeb327c4ae041.jpg

  • whitroth

    Trumpolini, the Kremlinski President.
    McConnel, accomplice to treason.

    The GOP: Power and money over all.

  • JoeChristmas

    Tax Cuts For The Rich Can’t Wait!!1!

  • JoeChristmas

    Remember the good old days when the chickenhawk asswipe Cheney was our biggest worry?

  • mark99k

    At this point I would pay money to watch a loop of McConnell being punched in the face nonstop.

    • Pat_Pending

      Can I do the punching? I’ll pay my own airfare.

      • Nodrama4mama

        I told my hubby that if I ever had the opportunity to punch McConnell in the junk I was taking it. His response, “Don’t worry sweetie, I’ll start the GoFundMe for your bail and legal bills”. #truelove

      • mark99k

        You might have to wait in a long line, but sure.

    • SeeTrain65
  • tinker12
  • guppy06
    • Roman Elazar

      Except that Morn was generally liked by the people on DS9

  • Kip TW

    How many anti-American things must Donald Trump do before we stop assuming it’s just because he’s incompetent?

    “When all the errors are in the cashier’s favor, you really have to wonder.” —Donald Huff, How to Lie with Statistics (great book)

  • DeputyVanHalen

    They do realize that whoever comes out of this as president will also be a republican, right?

  • Zyxomma

    McConnell’s dream is not limited to us losing our healthcare. Like many Republicans, he wants to shred the entire social safety net: SNAP (a/k/a food stamps), Social Security, Medicare, union pensions, you name it. After all, if HE doesn’t need it, neither do we.

  • Trump
    Is
    Not
    Well.

    His mind is going.

    • SeeTrain65

      Going … going … GONE!

  • Scooby

    I’m ready for my close-up now Mr. McConell.

  • Longstreet63

    Well, technically, The British are our oldest enemy. Also Our longest standing enemy. After them, it’s Mexico, Spain, Germany, Japan, Italy, and then Russia. But the Russians are probably the most dangerous, and we’ve made up with the others…

    • ahughes798

      But Cheeto Benito has re-damaged our relationships with Mexico and Germany, and possibly any/every country he’s visiting on his first road trip.

  • Heyzeus Ahchay

    Who would possibly put a man this stupid and short-sighted in a position of power? Oh, right. He was elected by voters in Kentucky, people who shoot their own toes off for sport, because chasing rabbits is too much like work. “We doan need us no ‘bamacare, cuz goin ta see the doc means settin down the shine fer a cupple hours, an hooz gonna do that?”

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