GIANT DOUCHE WINS!

srsly?

srsly?


I am flabbergasted. I absolutely did not see that coming. Had a whole different post planned.

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Well, it’s not like you were offered any good choices.

Weep for America, though the next four years may be quite entertaining. And even if we find ourselves living in Trump America, at least we can be certain of one good thing.

Sing it with me, Mr. and Mrs. America!

And I am so enjoying the sweet taste of idiot tears.

“We are disgusted, embarrassed, we are sorry on behalf of our country that the white male uneducated vote has spoken today,” railed Celia Rowlson-Hall, a 32-year-old filmmaker.

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13 Responses to GIANT DOUCHE WINS!

  1. M Ryan says:

    All I gotta say is “Please raise your tray tables, seat backs and fasten your seat belts. It’s gonna be a hell of a ride.” Fun fact… last time the two houses were controlled by the Republicans and there was a Republican president was 1928, a year before the great depression started.

  2. Joel says:

    Given the current crop of republican “leaders,” MJR, that fact is not as fun as you may assume. Best possible outcome: With no democratic president or majority to surrender to, the republicans may just sit back, do nothing and get out of our way for a while.

    No, I don’t believe that either.

  3. coloradohermit says:

    I was anticipating a rough ride, bordering on disaster, no matter who won. When each choice involved putting the lunatics in charge of the asylum, what else would one expect.

  4. M Ryan says:

    “Best possible outcome: With no democratic president or majority to surrender to, the republicans may just sit back, do nothing and get out of our way for a while.”

    Joel I hope you are right and this happens, but… When was the last time an elected body with a majority across the board did nothing? On the plus side at least some of the Obama abominations will get unraveled, that is if Trump keeps his word.

  5. anonymous says:

    M Ryan, that circumstance of Republican Executive and Congressional Branch may be the case, but Trump is inheriting the economy given by Barack Obama. I trust Trump to fix the economy far more than Hillary, who can’t even keep track of her personal emails for crying out loud.

  6. Ben says:

    “M Ryan, that circumstance of Republican Executive and Congressional Branch may be the case,”

    Democracy is supposed to be difficult. Making it difficult for government to pass new laws tends to preserve our liberties. Having different factions running the different branches of government creates logjams that help preserve that difficulty.

    But in their collective wisdom, our people have spoken, and have said that government should be easy. So now one faction owns all three branches of government.

    Collectively, we deserve whatever happens to us.

  7. John says:

    Hillary was a no-show last night before all her supporters? Just left ’em there in the lurch?

    Huma called it in? The witch has really melted?

    Much shuffling about in the offices of power. A chill wind picks up.

  8. Kentucky says:

    Hillary just gave what was not so much a concession speech as a thank-you speech with a little self-aggrandizement thrown in. It was, admittedly, a rather classy speech, and she punched all the right places on the “I’ll be back” ticket. She made all the proper encouragement to co-operating with the new administration and did the “come together” thing. Left everybody feeling justified if not exactly rewarded.

    We have not seen the last of her, I’d say. In spite of being thoroughly trounced, she’s too dedicated to her own legacy to call it in. But for now, at least, we can see what the Trumpster can accomplish. Should be interesting.

  9. John says:

    Melted and reconstituted then? Sorta like in Terminator 2 ?

  10. Mark Matis says:

    Both the House and the Senate are run by Rove Republicans. They have NO intention of supporting ANYTHING that Trump proposes, and can count on all the Democrats to go with them as well.

  11. John says:

    I expect they will find some common ground, and that is where I fear real damage can be done.

  12. Joel says:

    They’re sure to agree that they hate Trump. Hopefully this will result in 4 restful years of hopeless gridlock.

    I do kind of pity the diehard conservatives, whose heads will explode anew daily as their beloved republican majorities continue to act like Government Party majorities.

  13. Mark Matis says:

    The one good thing is that the Republicans in Congress have shown over the past eight years that they have NO problem with presidential edicts. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander…

To the stake with the heretic!