Douchebag of the Year


Donald “Baby-hands” Trump, more commonly known by his honorary title: “orange Hitler,” or just his commonly known nickname: “Douchey McDouchebag” was named Person of the Year by Time Magazine.  The New York Times — an actual journalistic rag — reported it.

Douchey McDouchebag was elated.  He thought they were honoring him.

Yeah, about that.

Not an honor so much.  According to TIME, “we choose the person who had the greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year.”  Basically, if some wacked-out North Korean kamakaze warrior exterminated Donald like a roach, HE may be next year’s person of the year.  I have no comment on that.

Of course, you wouldn’t ever have guessed that he had a crush on TIME by the way he treated them like they were Mitt, the “catastrophe” who “chokes like a dog” when anyone “goes up on him like a bitch.”


So, yeah, the image above of the magazine cover is only kind of the magazine cover.  Somehow, we accidentally replaced the kitchy-ridiculous photo image TIME used with one of those more realistic shots that orange Hitler got caught in that he doesn’t much like us using.

Poor dumbass.  Well, here’s TIME’s original cover.  It just allows more focus on the devil-horns.  Big ups on the designer who made this happen.


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Bern Bro Legacy

In the future, historians will write about the Bernie phenomenon and its influence on the eventual Donald Trump crowning. The story of the Sanders supporters will fill near countless pages alongside the tales of the Ralph Nader cult that ended up deciding the 2000 Presidential election for George W. Bush (Real Clear Politics).


Historians will write at long lengths about the young idealists who followed Bernie Sanders (Wikipedia) into the Blue Tent after they lost the 2016 Democratic primary. They passionately marched with him into the halls where the Democratic platform he chiseled with Hillary Clinton and other loyal members of the Democratic Party was held fast.

Most of Bernie’s supporters were loyal to the actual progressive charge forward, and joined Sanders in supporting the Clinton campaign to achieve these lofty goals. Bernie shook off Tad Devine and muzzled Jeff Weaver, and stopped allowing the Right to work through him directly.

Unfortunately for all of us, historians will also have to write about the right wing campaigning using Bernie’s “revolutionary anti-establishment Do-it-yourself spirit” to herd low-hanging low-info voter fruit into a binder used to suppress their opposition’s vote. Sanders’ campaign was riddled with right wing agents provocateur.


Little moles.


Whatever you want to call them, Karl Rove’s America Rising (Open Secrets) spent over $300M campaigning in the Democratic primary, and this pawn was a valuable piece in their play to defeat Hillary Clinton. Exactly how this shady campaigning operated will be documented in detail by future historians.

Making it even more interesting is the current development happening in Trump Tower — the Reich’s braintrust. Hawaiian Congressperson, Tulsi Gabbard was a strident Bernie supporter (HuffPo) throughout the primary. Resigned from the Democratic Party to protest against it and endorse Sanders, she became a warrior who railed against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party like a Boss. Everyone outside the Bernie campaign saw her for the Right Wing operative she was — a wolf in the Democratic hen house.


She pulled off the con for a solid long while. But, when it broke under its own weight, it shattered and sprayed like projectile vomit. Gabbard joined outright with President-elect Trump, joining him at Trump Towers to kiss his ring and consider accepting one of his cabinet positions (CNN).

The PR Think Tanks behind and housing the Republican party corpse is a TIGHT fleet of ship. The 4th Reich’s rise was a flaming sprint around a marathon runner. It will make for a full section in a book store in the coming years.

If our planet survives Trump.

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Mark Cuban Loves Steve Obannon

TMZ’s cameras “caught” Steve Bannon — the Neo-Nazi Breitbart Trump lapdog — having drinks with Dallas Mavericks Owner and Hillary Clinton surrogate Marc Cuban at a table at Manhattan’s King Cole Bar.


TMZ reports that it’s not that outlandish the two would meet, because they have met before. Business dealings, you know?

OK, a huge WTH sandwich?

Cuban has had business dealings with Bannon? Excuse me?

With Breitbart?

The Klan?

As Cuban was an ardent Clinton surrogate, it is very reasonable to assume Cuban would want us all to know the gritty details of his dealings with Baby Rove Reich.

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Bern or Bust (ed)

I have recently heard from Democrats conned into the Bernie-or-Bust camp that We DEMOCRATS were on the wrong side of history.

What a load of garbage. Bernie was not a Democrat. His “goal was the destruction of Democrats,” as the head of the Burlington, Vermont Democratic party, Maurice Mahoney, said.

But, he supported Mondale for President in 1984 and has ridden the coattails of Democrats in Senate and the House ever since. So, we let an independent run for a position in our party. That was cool. It shows how inclusive the Blue Tent is. Furthermore, when he LOST the primary YUUUUUGE — by almost 4 million votes — Hillary invited him to form the Democratic platform with her.

All good so far. He then asked his followers to support Hillary in the general.

This is where his supporters’ ego and selfishness — along with their closet anarchist — true colors shone like neon glow-sticks in a drug-addled rave. They failed to support Bernie’s hope for his platform to be realized. They selfishly supported 3rd party idiots. And, it threw the presidency to Trump.

By the numbers:

Trump won Michigan by 13,107

Trump won Wisconsin by 27,257 votes.

Trump won Pennsylvania by 71,794 votes

Trump won Florida by 119,770 votes.

Trump’s margin of victory was between 5 and 30 times less than the amount of 3rd party ballots cast. The 3rd parties just did to Hillary what they did to Gore in 2000. And, the Bern or Bust set was instrumental — KEY — in Trump’s rise to the Tyrant’s throne.

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There were indeed those on the “wrong side of history.” But, sure as shinola, these ppl were not the Democrats who faithfully, dutifully, and hopefully supported Hillary Clinton. The ppl on the wrong side of history were / are the ppl who supported 3rd party candidates against the wishes of the man they claimed to have respect for.

Bernie-or-Bust asses were Bros of one person and one person only: Reich Commander Donald Trump.

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George Will FOX Red Carpet WP

Apparently, George Will, the famed Right Wing Republican / Conservative Op-Ed master has bowed his head a little and said that he will NEVER vote for Donald Joe Dr umpf. Real Clear Politics has an article all about it.

It’s funny to see George Will admit what all of us in / around the Democratic Party have been saying for weeksandweeks now. There’s no getting around it, so the chickenhawk neocon battle hound has to admit that while not him, it was his roommate and frat brother kin who shit all over the dorm kitchen over night.

Don’t anyone, ANYONE feel sorry for this garbage. We were at ideological war with these RW pieces of shit long before they wheeled the Trump Burning Man statue in like a big, stinking, shiny object to take our eyes off the ball.
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Trump will flush like any nasty, stank turd that ever found itself in any of our homes. There will still be an army of little shits left behind in his wake. We have a Senate to take back. A House. A BUNCH of governors mansions and state legislatures.

To hell with Donald Joe Drumpf. He’s a total red herring macguffin. Keep your aim dutifully on the enemy in front of you and do NOT pity them for being stained orange. The Fascism and endless bigotry remains. Fire when you see the whites of its eyes.

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Trump: Treason or Sedition?

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The FBI is now investigating Donald Trump’s role in aiding Vladmir Putin‘s SVR intelligence agency in influencing American politics.  If he has been colluding with Russia, has he committed treason or sedition?  Before I discuss that, the elephant in the room: What happens to Little Hands if he ends up being accused of one of these high crimes?  Would the DOJ have the balls to even charge an angry Fascist who wields Twitter like an assault rifle?

OK. The difference between Treason and Sedition.  I hand this section off to Greg Boulware.  He wrote a great blog on the subject in 2012.  I would have just linked to it, but it was in reference to  media, politicians, supremacists, and other “Obama Haters” vilifying  our President with endless disgusting character assassinations —  the “degrading and heinous travesty” that was at the time being waged against our Commander In Chief.  Ah, the good ol’ days before actual Sedition was an actual campaign strategy.

Below is a re-print of Greg’s article:

Let us take a moment and examine the difference between Sedition and Treason:


In law, sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organization that is deemed by the legal authority to tend toward insurrection against the established order. Sedition often includes subversion of a constitution and incitement of discontent (or resistance) to lawful authority. Sedition may include any commotion, though not aimed at direct and open violence against the laws. Seditious words in writing are seditious libel. A seditionist is one who engages in or promotes the interests of sedition.

Typically, sedition is considered a subversive act, and the overt acts that may be prosecutable under sedition laws vary from one legal code to another. Where the history of these legal codes has been traced, there is also a record of the change in the definition of the elements constituting sedition at certain points in history. This overview has served to develop a sociological definition of sedition as well, within the study of state persecution.

The difference between sedition and treason consists primarily in the subjective ultimate object of the violation to the public peace. Sedition does not consist of levying war against a government or of adhering to its enemies, giving enemies aid, and giving enemies comfort. Nor does it consist, in most representative democracies, of peaceful protest against a government, nor of attempting to change the government by democratic means (such as direct democracy or constitutional convention).

Sedition is the stirring up of rebellion against the government in power. Treason is the violation of allegiance to one’s sovereign or state, giving aid to enemies, or levying war against one’s state. Sedition is encouraging one’s fellow citizens to rebel against their state, whereas treason is actually betraying one’s country by aiding and abetting another state. Sedition laws somewhat equate to terrorism and public order laws.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


In law, treason is the crime that covers some of the more extreme acts against one’s sovereign or nation. Historically, treason also covered the murder of specific social superiors, such as the murder of a husband by his wife. Treason against the king was known as high treason and treason against a lesser superior was petty treason. A person who commits treason is known in law as a traitor.

Oran’s Dictionary of the Law (1983) defines treason as “…[a]…citizen’s actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the [parent nation].” In many nations, it is also often considered treason to attempt or conspire to overthrow the government, even if no foreign country is aided or involved by such an endeavor.

Outside legal spheres, the word “traitor” may also be used to describe a person who betrays (or is accused of betraying) their own political party, nation, family, friends, ethnic group, team, religion, social class, or other group to which they may belong.

Often, such accusations are controversial and disputed, as the person may not identify with the group of which they are a member, or may otherwise disagree with the group leaders making the charge. See, for example, race traitor.

At times, the term “traitor” has been leveled as a political epithet, regardless of any verifiable treasonable action. In a civil war or insurrection, the winners may deem the losers to be traitors. Likewise the term “traitor” is used in heated political discussion – typically as a slur against political dissidents, or against officials in power who are perceived as failing to act in the best interest of their constituents. In certain cases, as with the German Dolchstoßlegende, the accusation of treason towards a large group of people can be a unifying political message.

In English law, high treason was punishable by being hanged, drawn and quartered (men) or burnt at the stake (women), or beheading (royalty and nobility). Treason was the only crime, which attracted those penalties (until they were abolished in 1814, 1790 and 1973 respectively). [1] The penalty was used by later monarchs against people who could reasonably be called traitors, although most modern jurists would call it excessive. Many of them would now just be considered dissidents.

In William Shakespeare’s play King Lear (circa 1600), when the King learns that his daughter Regan has publicly dishonored him, he says They could not, would not do ‘t; ’tis worse than murder: a conventional attitude at that time. In Dante Alighieri’s

Inferno, the ninth and lowest circle of Hell is reserved for traitors; Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Jesus, suffers the worst torments of all: being constantly gnawed at by one of Lucifer’s own three mouths. His treachery is considered so notorious that his name has long been synonymous with traitor, a fate he shares with Benedict Arnold, Marcus Junius Brutus (who too is depicted in Dante’s Inferno, suffering the same fate as Judas along with Cassius Longinus), and Vidkun Quisling. Indeed, the etymology of the word traitor originates with Judas’ handing over of Jesus to the Roman authorities: the word is derived from the Latin traditor, which means “one who delivers.”[2] Christian theology and political thinking until after the Enlightenment considered treason and blasphemy as synonymous, as it challenged both the state and the will of God. Kings were considered chosen by God and to betray one’s country was to do the work of Satan.
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Paul “The Vulture” Singer

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By Dax Snaer

After listening to his radio interview, I found this piece by Greg Palast that so intrigued me that I could not stop reading, nor could I stop the steam coming from my ears.  Another stick ’em up, black-hearted trickster intending to undermine the fair process of voting and rig the game in favor of his pick – Rubio.

Paul “The Vulture” Singer and Katherine “Purge’n General” Harris are huge Marco Rubio supporters.  Singer doesn’t “donate” to candidates. He invests in them. And he expects a big, dripping return on his money.

But why Rubio?

Because Singer’s little hatchling is doing The Vulture’s bidding already. Example: Singer has launched a murderous financial “vulture” attack on Argentina, shaking down the gaucho nation for $3 billion.

Argentina Dictator.pngHere’s the story. Decades ago, Argentina’s military dictatorship issued bonds that sucked the nation dry. When democracy returned, 97% of the banks that had funded the dictatorship agreed to take a low payment for these bonds.

Then down swooped The Vulture. Singer and his partners bought up the “hold-out” 3% for $50 million – and now Singer demands that Argentina pay him $3 billion, a 6,000% return on his “investment”—or he’ll bring Argentina to its knees.

That’s why he’s called The Vulture – because Singer has used this same junk-bond ransom trick to swipe aid funds meant for cholera clinics in the Congo. (When Palast uncovered that scheme for BBC Television, Britain’s Parliament banned Singer’s vulture fund from British courts. His operations are outlawed throughout most of the civilized world.)

But The Vulture has a problem: Hillary Clinton.

POTUS HillaryAs Secretary of State, Clinton went to court on Argentina’s side and body-blocked every ugly attempt by The Vulture to savage Argentina.

Singer is screeching.  A President Hillary would cost Singer billions. (As would a President Sanders, a stalwart foe of vulture financiers.) To counter Hillary, The Vulture hatched a Senator: one Marco Rubio. Senator Rubio has made several ethically dubious attempts to bully the Treasury and State Departments on Singer’s behalf.

That failed, so Singer has decided to put the anti-gay martinet Rubio into the White House. (Singer’s son is married to a man—but hey, to Singer, a feast of billions means more to him than family.)

Yet Singer knows you can’t put a Rubio in the Oval Office by winning the most votes.

No way. Changing demographics doom almost any GOP candidacy.

The only way to take the White House is to block the vote of millions of voters of color.

And that’s why Singer has become donor Numero Uno to Karl Rove’s operation American Crossroads.

Karl Rove American Crossroads WPFB

Palast has been on the trail of racist vote suppression tactics since 2000 when Katherine Harris was Purge’n General. And behind so many of the moves to disenfranchise voters, all too successful, is the Rove operation.

Now Palast is on the hunt again, in the middle of ripping the lid off the biggest, most secretive vote suppression operation since Jim Crow was law.

Palast is in the thick of making the movie, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: A Tale of Billionaires & Ballot Bandits, about the coming attempt to swipe the 2016 election through ugly—but unbelievably sophisticated—vote suppression trickery.

For BBC Television, The Guardian and Rolling Stone, Palast has been on the beat of ballot bandits – and the billionaires behind them for 16 years. This film to be released in Spring 2016 – has one aim: to save The House I Live In, the America of Martin Luther King and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

This is not about whether Rubio or Clinton or Sanders or any other candidate should win. This is about making sure that the ballots, not the billionaires, determine the election.

Keep your eyes on the prize.  You matter.

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