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  • Kafiroon

    Stuffed with cement. Long lasting and well preserved.
    That would be cement for brains, useless.
    Shit is a fertilizer at least.

  • JTC

    Yep. As I’ve said, Trump is NOT a Republican. He is Trump.

    And they hate him for it. Some openly, but even the corpses in the toon seethe with jealousy and bewilderment about why he is the Chosen One.

    • WayneM

      That’s a good way to put it… Trump isn’t a Democrat or a Republican… although he’s playing the role of the latter… He’s Trump.

      The media, the Dems, the Deep State, the Never Trumpers… they’ve thrown everything including the kitchen sink at him and he’s still Trump.

      Imagine what he might achieve if he’d been supported by all of the Republicans instead of the constant backstabs…

      • TBeholder

        That’s why he won, wasn’t it?
        Anyone who marinaded in that circus for over a decade is conditioned for common circus acts and common circus grafts. Otherwise they won’t stay there, one way or another. So even if they don’t like business-as-usual, they lost ability to handle major deviations from it.

      • JTC

        Exactly Wayne…fun but depressing to ponder what might have been with actual Americans in support.

        I would make one edit to your comment; He’s Trump but it’s the RINO’s playing the R role, badly.

    • The Nth Doctor

      GOP Establishment Inc. hates him because his election screwed up their cushy little gig of them playing the role of the Washington Generals vs. the Democrats as the Harlem Globetrotters. They were all too comfortable with being the designated losers, putting up a show of opposition for the benefit of the rubes in the bleachers before taking a dive, losing with “style”, and collecting their paychecks. What was *supposed* to happen in 2016, in their game plan, was that the GOP would nominate the usual moderate squish who would mouth the right platitudes to the flyover-country rubes without actually doing anything to spook the Donor Class or upset the Chamber of Indentured Servitude, lose with style, and the game of “Well, gee, we’d sure like to do all that stuff we campaigned on, but we only control the X and the Y, but not the Z, so there’s no point in trying to do it now because the Z will just block / veto it – but we’ll get ’em *next* time!” would continue merrily on.

      Except that Trump didn’t follow the script like he was supposed to, and the GOP, having been given all three pieces of the legislative machinery and facing a voter base which is increasingly fed up with the meaningless exhibition games, suddenly found themselves in the intolerable position of being expected to actually deliver on what they promised and DO SOMETHING, and they didn’t like that one bit.

      • The 300

        Every time a Romney or Kasich opens his pie hole you can hear the longing for those good old days when compromise was defined by the Democrats as “I tell you what I want, and you give it to me.”

  • John M.

    A Taxidermist, and a good Audio-animatronics programmer, probably one of Disney’s original guys.

    Same thing’s happening on the other side of the aisle. but their programmer isn’t quite as good, which is why you keep seeing the glitches in their programming, like Hillary watching the flying monkeys in open-mouthed wonder in 2016 for example.

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      Or Biden’s glitchy programming. Maybe someone is playing with Biden’s remote control.

      • Paladin

        Somewhere near Biden, someone is trying to open their garage door. “Damm remote won’t work!”

      • John

        His batteries are almost dead. The buttons work less and less often.

    • Henry

      Trust me, they’re good. Check out RBG.

  • JTC

    Big and unexpected boost to the blues; Roberts’ DACA betrayal is a yuge hurt on DT ‘s and our key plank for the last election and this one, specifically and intentionally harming election chances to fix it by pure numbers.

    Trump knows now that he should have went the EO route to end the invasion, and now the same forces that own the BLM etc. are already at work on the logistics of the Spanish Imposition, and everybody expects the Spanish Imposition with its street mobs, MS13, and ultimately majority ethnic status to finish the Old Republic off.

  • DogByte6RER

    Stuffed shirts and empty suits … the required attire for the D.C. swamp.

    100% of the Democrat Party is rotten; at least 50% of the GOP is rotten. Throw in the Deep State, the Marxist MSM, ChiCom Fascists and their Wuhan Virus and espionage, and it is really amazing how much DJT has been able to accomplish. It’s like Hercules tasked to clean out the Aegean Stables …

  • TBeholder

    Yeah, most of USA Outer Party seem to have stopped snoring after those funny guillotine postings started, but even awake, can only blink and express discomfort.
    But what did you expect?
    They never were anything but loyal opposition as long as anyone there can remember. Even those who really want to become a real opposition simply don’t know how to start anything beyond the usual “thin clown — thick clown” and “moral hipster” acts.

    Didn’t Trump have such a wide opening to ride in exactly because the two-pseudoparty system killed politics? After no one left who remembers how to do it beyond theatrics, looting/lobbying and party version of corporate backstabbing, a good manager could beat swarms of fake politicians at politics, to great amusement of the public.

  • steveb919

    With some of the crappy people we have in congress it makes me just beg for term limits. Some of these folks need a casket.

    • Wood

      Agreed. Dying in office of old age shouldn’t be an option unless it’s your first term.

      • nonncom

        Amen to that, Wood….and if there’s still an opening to pull the rope on the guillotine, I’m still available….

      • John

        Sadly, the way the Constitution was written depended on what we would think of as an extremely high turnover rate in the House and the Senate being composed of a cadre of The Best of the Best selected by State Legislators. Or at least that was the theory.
        Our present pickle is the result of Gang Politics, that is people arbitrarily choosing sides with no real regard to personalities or issues. This results in a lowest common denominator/low information situation that the Elites now dominate.
        The only out I see is a mandated change to approval voting and the abandonment of majority voting. By deliberately requiring people to vote up or down for individuals rather than Parties the low information voters will nullify themselves at the ballot box.

    • The Nth Doctor

      At the very least, they should all be required to pass an annual MoCA cognitive assessment test as a condition of being allowed to run for re-election or remain in office. I’ll wager half of those clowns couldn’t even manage to draw a cube correctly, much less remember five words in sequence or solve a basic addition-and-subtraction problem.

  • Daniel Schwartz

    Thanks, Mr. Muir, for doing cartoon profanity Old School!

  • Pamela

    Sex Doll Stuffed shirts with fake expandable boobies

  • Spin Drift

    Last week got a call from a RNC contribution solicitor. He said that if we don’t support the “mission” it would be the end of the free world. “Mission” bieng taking back control of Congress. I told the gentleman that they had Congress for two years and did nothing with it, That the RNC was just a bunch of cheese eating surrender monkeys (he laughed at that) and that they weren’t getting a dime. I did tell him that I was going to make “Got Kidneys? Gropem Joe/Benchwarmer 2020” bumper stickers. He appreciated the guerilla campaign concepts.

    Spin
    War to the knife and knife to the hilt. It’s about time we ended the subtle tactics.

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