Meanwhile, at the pro-life rally in D.C.

This sums it up pretty well:

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When your first cousin just isn’t enough

I guess this explains the McConnell and babyman voters:

A state lawmaker says it’s finally time to outlaw sex with animals in Kentucky. 

Kentucky is one of five states where bestiality is legal, but a measure filed in the state Senate this week would ban the act. 

“Part of my frustration is that people think it is kind of a joke,” said state Sen. Julie Raque Adams, a Jefferson County Republican who is co-sponsoring the bill with Republican Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer.

“We need to find out who these people are and keep an eye on them,” she said.

Otherwise you end up with something like this:

Let’s sum up the past week

From the Washington Post:

One by one, seasoned advisers seen as bulwarks against his most reckless impulses have been cast aside or resigned. The result? The government is shut down. Markets are in free fall. Allies are voicing alarm. And some GOP lawmakers once afraid of crossing him are now openly critical.

And what makes this even more bizarre:

A message actually posted by the president of the United States.

The pride of a spoiled brat

You think the worst of babyman, and he delivers:


Some of the tributes may have gotten under Mr. Trump’s skin. Mr. Mulroney praised the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the North American Free Trade Agreement, both of which Mr. Trump has sharply criticized.


Mr. Trump has been snappish with aides most of the week, according to administration officials, miffed in part by so many ceremonial events not related to him. He was impatient for the memorials to end but expressed pride in himself for remaining publicly civil. People close to the president called it a course correction after his peevish reaction to Mr. McCain’s death.

I didn’t act like a three-year-old, so give me some candy.