Sometimes the world’s greatest wisdom is found on a T-shirt:
Here’s Mayor Vaughn in “Jaws”:
A vile cretin who created a Fourth of July buffet of humans for sharks, because the interests of business was more important than children’s lives.
And he’s still in office in Jaws 2.
This is why you vote in November. The GOP is full of sharks. You need to elect someone whose going to get rid of them.
At 8 p.m. yesterday, this was what the Washington Post had on its Web page:
Corrupt lawyers. Campaign leaders convicted. Administration officials hosting white supremacists. And even law breaking spouses.
You have to treat the Republican Party like a campfire:
Drown it. Stir the ashes. Drown it again.
Because America’s the forest, and these idiots are trying to burn it to the ground.
(And while you’re at it, piss on the ashes.)
We have reached new levels of absurdity with Spanky and his gang:
President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Sunday claimed “truth isn’t truth” when trying to explain why the president should not testify for special counsel Robert Mueller for fear of being trapped into a lie that could lead to a perjury charge.
“When you tell me that, you know, he should testify because he’s going to tell the truth and he shouldn’t worry, well that’s so silly because it’s somebody’s version of the truth. Not the truth,” Giuliani told Chuck Todd on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday morning.
“Truth is truth,” Todd responded.
“No, no, it isn’t truth,” Giuliani said. “Truth isn’t truth. The President of the United States says, “I didn’t …”
A startled Todd answered: “Truth isn’t truth?”
Giuliani: “No, no, no.”
Todd said: “This is going to become a bad meme.“
Giuliani‘s remark was not the first time he has gone down this road.
First of all, Chuck. Memes aren’t important, and saying something as stupid as that only makes this worse. A meme is:
- an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, especially imitation.
- a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc., that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.
This isn’t a meme. This isn’t humorous. The lawyer for the president of the United States just told you he and the administration are going to lie … no strike that … they’re going to lie to your face, and you can’t do anything about it.
Attendees began explaining to the president that the VA had not made enough progress on the issue (Agent Orange) at all, to which Trump responded by abruptly derailing the meeting and asking the attendees if Agent Orange was “that stuff from that movie.”
He did not initially name the film he was referencing, but it quickly became clear as Trump kept rambling that he was referring to the classic 1979 Francis Ford Coppola epic Apocalypse Now, and specifically the famous helicopter attack scene set to the “Ride of the Valkyries.” Sources present at the time tell The Daily Beast that multiple people—including Vietnam War veterans—chimed in to inform the president that the Apocalypse Now set piece he was talking about showcased the U.S. military using napalm, not Agent Orange. Trump refused to accept that he was mistaken and proceeded to say things like, “no, I think it’s that stuff from that movie.”
What a douche.