Day By Day

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  • Imagine if one of the “tweet” questions had been the guy saying zero is a foreign-born muzzie and DT stayed quiet like yesterday…wanna see a cnn’ers head explode? Hellz yeah!

    Chris, that is a mighty fine nighty!

    • nonncom

      Yes it is….

  • Kevin M

    Okay. Wow. Muir, you so fucking nailed it.

    [Sits back and starts to hallucinate of when journalists existed. Woolly mammoths block the view.]

  • Vorlonagent

    [snicker]

  • Grunt GI

    Yup…you nailed it alright…reminds me of those hard ball questions the Lib Media used to ask Obama…like…”So, Mr. President..to what do you attribute your awesomeness?” and “So, Mr. President, how does it feel dealing with all those racist Republicans who hate you because you’re black?”

    Yup…Instapundit says it best…journalists are just liberal democRATs with byelines.

  • Kafiroon

    But does the Wannabe Queen have any feelings?
    Other than anger.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Feelings are what Democrats manipulate in the Gruberited sheeple and slaves still on the plantation in order to have them feel good about voting for the Democrat, or, feel good about sticking it to that evil dastardly racists hater 1% republican who wants to take all that they have and have worked to obtain from others by taxes and regulations over the years that have lifted them up vfrom oppression by those same etc republicans.

      Hillary needs no feelings and her answers would be per script.

      They kept everybody on script with Obama. All his story was hidden, by plane crash, if necessary.
      Hillary. No so much. Too many know her story. And talk.

      The press (captive MSM) now pines for the days of obama when they were so happy before being freed on the beautiful plantation of their birth and everything was in its place and .. um.. was I just whistling “Dixie?”

  • Bill G

    Far too many politicians have brilliant plans they’ll put into place as soon as they’re in power.
    Not brilliant enough to tell the public about before the election, but we’ll be wowed once it’s unveiled.
    Right.
    And I’ve got some ocean-front property in Tennessee for sale.

    • eon

      And there are the ones who swear that they believe in things like the Second Amendment, national defense, etc., but once they’re in office go, “HA-HA! FOOLED YOU! NOW I CAN DO WHATEVER THE F**K I WANT TO, AND YOU CAN’T STOP ME!”

      They’re the ones who achieve re-election by pandering to those who disagree with the people who voted them in the first time, mistakenly believing that they could be trusted.

      If DT were to swear to me, to my face, that he wouldn’t do that, I would point out that as a corporate raider, he had to be a fairly competent liar. And that most politicians other than him are lawyers by trade, which means that they are liars as a matter of profession.

      The ideal situation would be a contract between the politico and the people, one which spelled out exactly what said politico was and was not allowed to do. With automatic dismissal being the penalty for violating the terms of the agreement. (Possibly jail time, as well.)

      I know the Constitution, etc., is supposed to be such a contract, but politicians on all sides have been blithely ignoring it for so long that I believe stronger measures are now advisable.

      Politicians lie. Some because they are convinced of their own superior brilliance and morality, some because they know that if “the people” knew what they were really after they’d never get the power they crave, and some because they just get a thrill out of getting away with it. (The Clintons and The One have this problem, which is why they all often lie even when telling the truth would benefit them more.)

      The problem is, that we have no protection against such liars.

      No, I don’t especially trust DT. But that’s just because as a corporate raider, globalist, and now politician, he’s a liar by definition.

      He and the news media deserve each other.

      clear ether

      eon

      • GWB

        Yes, the Constitution is such a contract. But for a contract to make any sense, one side has to hold the other responsible when there’s a breach of that contract. 47% of the voters *want* the contract breached, so it’s difficult to enforce.
        It’s getting to be that only one solution is left to those who desire a republic, ruled by law, for freedom’s sake, and it isn’t a constitutional one, but one from the DoI.

  • Pamela

    Journalists with exploding heads. Rather messy and a hazmat situation.
    Though Journalists roaming the ancient forests and prairies with mammoths, dodo birds, three toes giant sloths. Maybe some saber toothed critters, Vermicious Knids, bandersnatches or is it snatchbanders, and that would make for an interesting fossil record.

    • SteveInCO

      “Rather messy and a hazmat situation.”

      Yeah the contents of their skulls are definitely a biohazard, and not because the matter in there is *gray*, if you get my drift.

  • steveb919

    There are no journalist any more. Just communist thinking people posing as journalist.

  • interventor

    Journalists died out with the passenger pigeon and Carolina Parakeet.

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