Saturday, March 18, 2017

Enough Already...

Donald J. Trump taking the oath of office from Chief Justice John Roberts. (White House Photo)
I have refrained from posting about politics for a while now.

But...

Fifty-eight days. It's been 58 days since Donald J. Trump took the oath of office as the 45th President of the United States.

The world has not ended. In fact, the country seems to be doing pretty well.

Since the election, which was 118 days ago, the party which did not win the election has not stopped whining, bitching, and crying about it.

I am sick of it.

They need to get over themselves, they lost.

Nobody cheated, the Russians had nothing to do with it.

The old Establishment screwed up the country. We, The People, had had enough. We spoke. In the primaries, in the general election, and the consensus was, "Let's give the outsider a shot." The mainstream morons in the Republican and Democratic parties had their shot. They didn't listen. They thought they knew better.

We disagreed. Constitutionally of course, that's how Americans do things. We have a process, we followed it, and BINGO we have a new President.

Don't like it? Do a better job next time. Pick someone that the majority of the voting public can actually stomach. Hillary, Bernie? No, are you kidding? Jeb Bush? Seriously?

I have stayed away from mentioning politics for a while now. It's been fairly easy, but this latest nonsense with that idiot Maddow made me vomit. I had to say something. Just to let you all know that what some of these clowns are doing sickens me.

Damn. No wonder the American public despises the media.

Enough already.

Sarge, out...



38 comments:

  1. Hear, hear. I can barely stomach opening the news to find the latest bitch fest from the losing side. Geez, give it a rest already.
    Try again next time - without a Clinton (or a Bush). So far, I'm cautiously optimistic about Trump and his Presidency. Time will tell.
    Oh, and if telling us proles that paying $38 million (WHAT?!?!?) in taxes on $150 million income is somehow not good enough is the best you got - - you ain't got nothing. Go home.

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  2. So very, very well said!! Do you mind if I post this on my koobecaF page?

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  3. Concur. Evidently $20 trillion in debt that they caused wasn't a clear enough signal that we had enough

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    1. Not to mention that race relations are far worse AND the fact that the country is flooded with illegals.

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  4. Interestingly enough, what was the reaction when the "o" was elected? Was it we will cooperate? Or definitely it's statements of obstruction? And how long g did it last? A 100 days or eight years? Amazing.

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    1. The reaction in the media and throughout the general population was nothing like this when "o" was elected. Either time.

      I hope you're not talking about those blithering idiots in Congress. No, they continued with partisan politics as usual. The only time those assclowns have ever shown a semi-united front was when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. And it still wasn't unanimous. Don't cite Congress.

      The situations are nowhere near analogous. The last time I saw this much butt hurt from supposed adults was when algore lost. Then, as now, the Left wouldn't let it go.

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  5. Concur. The "Opposition" seems like the bitter rejected ex-spouse in a contested divorce.

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    1. Now that is a fine observation, very well said.

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  6. what's a madow?
    Or did you misspell mad cow?
    I have been fortunate enough to be distracted enough to miss much of the hand wringing and tears.

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  7. A "Very" left wing friend of mine (hell of good cannoneer on a 3" Ordnance Rifle) keeps posting the hate from MSM about Trump. Last night she posted the "Trump takes food from elderly" garbage, led off with the comment "Meals on Wheels? Seriously?" I pointed out that the Community Development Block Grant program only accounted for about 3% of the Meals on Wheels funding, that most of the federal funding came from the Older Americans Act (35%), which has not been cut. I also pointed out that the Block Grants are very inefficient, and a huge portion of them go to wealthy areas that really don't need them. "Can you document that?" she asked. I left about a dozen links.
    "Well, how about some compassion for the middle class tax payer, then?" To which I said "Nice dodge." "Not a dodge, the tread is about the budget." Yeah...starting off with a comment about MoW, and a headline about MoW being dismantled...it's about the entire budget.

    Spin, dodge, misdirect, distort, and outright lie. No morals, no ethics, just the agenda.

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    1. Bingo!

      You have drilled down to the essence of my discontent with your last sentence Joe.

      As they say in the ground attack world, "Shack!"

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  8. The Left Wing Democrat kooks (but I repeat myself) are criticizing everything Trump says or does. As sickening as it is, I kinda hope they keep it up. That way, as more and more people get jobs and better wages and the economy improves, the general population will see that what's good for America is bad for Democrats.

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  9. Remember The issue is never the issue the issue is always the overthrow of the government and ridicule is the most potent power - Keep the pressure on – unrelenting pressure -never let up - demonize - polarize. Saul Alinsky mentor to Mrs. Clinton and hero to Mr. Obama.
    From this bitter old man - bitter, sez you? Ya, Goldwater lost or was it Dewey?

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    1. Don't forget Soros, the money behind the Progressives.

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  10. Well said.

    It'll be all for naught if we don't stick the enema tube into congress for the next several cycles. But for that to happen a whole buncha ailos are gonna have to start thinking and behaving like sovereign American citizens. Which is pretty much impossible. But it was pretty much impossible for Trump to be elected...?

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    1. Think? Many don't know what that is.

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  11. Yet again, outstanding.

    Paul L. Quandt

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  12. Short, sweet, and to the point. Well done! The left's hatred for our democratic republic, our nation, and our way of life sickens me. regards, and "keep up the fire, Manchu," Alemaster

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  13. Absolutely. I have never heard such bitching and complaining. I sure don't agree with everything Trump says or does, but he IS my president and I'm sick of hearing the constant moaning.

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  14. I'm weak, they've beaten me down. Not going to goose step for them, but I'm tired of being verbally egg bombed. I'm just going to stand back and try not to watch...Too old.

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    1. Hahaha!

      I surface every now and then to see what's going on, the progressives have lost their collective minds.

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  15. Sarge, could NOT agree more. For 8 years we on the conservative side didn't whine, complain, riot or otherwise make our displeasure known. We kept silent, protesting thru letters, e-mails and phone calls. WHY does it have to be different when it's the other side who wins? For God's sake...there are enough checks & balances built in that the utter disasters that people think will happen with Trump as POTUS...won't happen. I don't like Trump personally, but I do like some of his policies.

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    1. Same here, I'm not a Trump guy, but I like what he's doing so far. While I wish he'd lay off the Tweets, it is fun to watch the progs heads explode every time he does.

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  16. Can't agree more, however I think Trump's tweeting has lessened. He's probably realizing that sleep is a precious commodity and therefore the 2am tweet bombs aren't a priority. However, maybe his tweets are just as prolific, but just aren't as inflammatory has the wiretapping one. I rarely look at twitter though so I can't really say.

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    1. Personally I think he uses Twitter for the same reasons a magician always has a scantily clad (and lovely) assistant, as a distraction. I also think he's stirring the pot to see what floats to the surface.

      One doesn't get to be rich in business by being stupid, no matter what his detractors say.

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