Monday, December 31, 2018

The top ten house Negroes in 2018.

Image result for house negroes imagesThe new year is almost here, so it's a perfect time to take a look at the top ten house Negroes in these divided states of America from 2018.

Here they are.

Not necessarily in order of importance. 

1. Omarosa Manigault- I know that she finally left the dark side and came to her senses, but we can't forget her telling us that we would all "bow down" to trump. If she knew all this dirt that she wrote about trump, why didn't she tell us sooner?

2. Every black anchor on FOX- They are like chickens working for Colonel Sanders

3. Dr. Ben Carson- He frowns on government programs such as food stamps, and yet his family depended on government assistance when he was growing up. 

4. Diamond and Silk-These two buffoons have been jigging for trump ever since he came on the political scene. Turns out that they have a penchant for stretching the truth ,just like their leader.

5. Kanye West- I know that that he finally came around and realized that trump was playing him, but think of all the dumb and embarrassing things he said before that.

6. Clarence Thomas- As long as this clown is a member of the Supremes and writing opinions that hurt more than help his own people, he will be on this list.

7. Van Jones-Van was more interested in getting a show on CNN and fitting in than telling the truth.

8. David Clarke- This Negro is so full of self-hate that he probably doesn't even have a mirror in his house. 

9.  Pastor John Gray- This Negro represents everything wrong with the church, and the black poverty pimps (AKA  preachers) who use it to advance their own agendas.

10. Candice Owens-Candice was a struggling nobody, and then she decided to head to the house and coon for dollars. "Blexit"? Negro please!  

Honorable mention goes to Dallas Cowboys QB, Dak Prescott, and sports writer, Jason Whitlock.  

Saturday, December 29, 2018

Caption Saturday.

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I need a caption for this pic.

Example: *How would I know that the chimney belonged to a bank?*

*Pic from

Friday, December 28, 2018

America is being held hostage by a man of bad character.

    TWEET MEWe are in day six of the trump shutdown, and he continues to hold America hostage to please his right wing conservative masters like Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter. 

    Anyway, I can't believe that I am doing this, but I am going to post an article from conservative writer, Jonah Goldberg, for his take on the president. 

    Just trying to be fair and balanced, folks. 

    "As we celebrate Christmastime amid an unnecessary and indefinite government shutdown and the worst December for the stock market since 1931, I’m reminded once again of my longstanding prediction: The Trump presidency will end poorly because character is destiny.
    I’ve said it so often, I occasionally need to be reminded that I didn’t coin the phrase. The Greek philosopher Heraclitus did, when he observed “ethos anthropoi daimon,” most often translated as “man’s character is his fate.”
    Character is one of those topics, like culture or morality, that everyone strongly supports yet also argues about. When James Q. Wilson, one of the greatest social scientists of the last half-century, turned his scholarly attention to character, many of his colleagues in academia were repulsed. Even though every one of them surely believed in some notion of good character, it was assumed that to talk of it, let alone seek a definition of it or a plan for how to cultivate it, would be an exercise in lending aid and comfort to the moralizers of the right.
    But Wilson had a more humble and universal definition than his colleagues might have expected: decency, politeness, self-restraint, commitment, honesty, cooperativeness and the ability to think of others’ well-being.

    Weirdly, it’s gotten to the point that when I say President Trump is not a man of good character, I feel like I should preface it with a trigger warning for many of my fellow conservatives.
    Most of the angry responses are rooted in the fact they do not wish to be reminded of this obvious truth. But others seem to have convinced themselves that Trump is a man of good character, and they take personal offense at the insult, even though I usually offer it as little more than an observation.

    This latter group rushes to rebut the claim, citing banal or debatable propositions: He loves his children! He’s “loyal to a fault!” He’s authentic! Never mind that many bad men love their children, that loyalty to people or causes unworthy of loyalty is not admirable, and that authentic caddishness is not admirable. Never mind, too, that he is not remotely loyal, to his wives or the people who work for him.

    What’s most worrisome is that these defenders are redefining good character in Trump’s image, and they end up modeling it.

    Still others assume that I am referencing the president’s style, specifically his insults and Twitter addiction. They overlook that his insults are not merely an act, but rather the product of astonishing levels of narcissism, insecurity and intellectual incuriosity. His Twitter feed is simply a window into his id.

    The president who became a celebrity by telling reality-show contestants “you’re fired” has not fired any of his Cabinet officials face-to-face, or even on the phone. He relies on others, or on Twitter, to deliver the news. He loves controversy because it keeps him in the center ring, but he hates confrontation.

    The driving force behind nearly all of the controversies that have bedeviled his administration is his personality, not his ideology.

    To be sure, ideology plays a role. It amplifies the anger from both his left-wing critics and his transactional defenders. Many of the liberal critics shrieking about the betrayal of the Kurds implicit in his decision to withdraw from Syria would be applauding if a President Clinton had made the same decision. And many of the conservatives celebrating the move would be condemning it.

    But his refusal to listen to advisors; his inability to bite his tongue; his demonization and belittling of senators who vote for his agenda; his rants against the 1st Amendment; his praise for dictators and insults for allies; his need to create new controversies to eclipse old ones; and his inexhaustible capacity to lie and fabricate history: All this springs from his nature.

    Over the weekend, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie offered an odd defense of the president. He’s like a “72-year-old relative,” Christie said on ABC’s “This Week.” “When people get older, they become more and more convinced of the fact that what they’re doing is the right thing.”

    Christie has a point. But the reason Trump won’t change has little to do with age and everything to do with character." [Source]

    So trump has a bad character. Tell us something that we don't already know.

    Still, what does it say about America that we elected him?


    Wednesday, December 26, 2018

    Private Bone Spurs finally reports for duty.

    Today, for the first time during his presidency, president trump visited the troops in a combat zone.

    Clearly it was not something that he had planned to do, but public shaming and trying to push a story concerning his draft dodging days clearly forced his hand.

    We know that he was shamed into finally visiting the troops, because he had planned to go on vacation and play golf in Florida during the Christmas break. We also know that the New York Times broke a major story outlining how Mr.trump's father cut some strings with a doctor in New York to get his son out of Vietnam.

    "It turns out all the rumors and speculation may be true after all and President Donald Trump likely never suffered from bone spurs. Trump famously received a medical exemption from the military during the Vietnam War because he was diagnosed with bone spurs in his heels. But now the daughters of a Queens podiatrist tell the New York Times their late father wrote the diagnosis as a favor to the president’s father, Fred Trump, who was the foot doctor’s landlord. “I know it was a favor,” said Dr. Elysa Braunstein, one of the daughters of Dr. Larry Braunstein, who died in 2007. “It was family lore.” She added that “it was something we would always discuss.” Her sister, Sharon Kessel, also corroborated that account although neither daughter could confirm whether their father had actually examined the president.

    There is no documentation to back up the claim, and the daughters openly acknowledge they are Democrats who dislike Trump. The late podiatrist, who was a lifelong Democrat, also apparently wasn’t a big fan of the now-president. Although he once talked about the diagnosis with pride because he had helped a “famous guy,” he later got irritated by Trump’s tabloid persona.

    At the time though, it seems Braunstein got a clear benefit from helping his landlord’s son. “What he got was access to Fred Trump,” Elysa Braunstein said. “If there was anything wrong in the building, my dad would call and Trump would take care of it immediately. That was the small favor that he got.”

    The daughters say they believe another podiatrist, Dr. Manny Weinstein, also assisted in the diagnosis although his role is not exactly clear. He did live in two apartments in Brooklyn owned by Fred Trump and moved into the first one the same year that Donald Trump received the exemption. Weinstein died in 1995. " [Source]

    So it turns out that the story of Private Bone Spurs is probably true. The legend grows.

    No wonder the guy decided to scramble Air Force One and head to Iraq today. He had to change the headlines.

    "Accompanied by first lady Melania Trump, the president sounded a triumphant note as he addressed U.S. service members on the day after Christmas. “We’re no longer the suckers, folks,” he said. And he warned that he was committed to withdrawing troops from foreign wars even when his administration’s experts object."

    “We’re no longer the suckers, folks.." 

    No we are not Private Bone Spurs. We are on to you.

    *Pic from

    Monday, December 24, 2018

    The "Orange Grinch".

    Image result for orange grinch imageIt's the night before Christmas, and all over America little children who celebrate this as a holiday are excited about what Santa might bring them. Unfortunately, we have a president who is as clueless about this subject as he is everything else.

    "Yet, what President Trump said to a kid was, well, a bit questionable to say the least.
    “Are you still a believer in Santa?” he asked a 7-year-old named Coleman who called the Santa Tracker and wound up speaking to POTUS.  “Because at seven it’s marginal, right?”'

    My Lord! He just ruined this poor kid's Christmas like he has been ruining our life these past two plus years.

    The president of the United States, in the midst of a governmental crisis, spent the day tweeting about how all alone he was, and how he wanted us to feel sorry for him. That's when he wasn't tweeting about North Korea and taking shots at various individuals.

    This guy is definitely not getting us in the Christmas spirit.

    Anyway, the Dow lost over 600 points today in the worst Christmas eve trading day ever (the techs are officially in a Bear market), the government has been partially shut down, and all the competent people that were in the White House are jumping ship. (So tired of all this "winning".) 

    We are left with a treasury secretary who is sending out tweets from his government sponsored vacation that is rattling Wall Street, and a president who doesn't even follow the war on terror. We know this because it turns out that he didn't know who his point person fighting Isis was.

    I would love to say Merry Christmas, but I can't. Not when we have a leader who is as dangerous and  unhinged as this guy.

    Sadly, I feel like we all live in Whoville and the the Grinch is in charge. 

    Pic from Dr. Rufus O. Jimerson and Amazon.


    Sunday, December 23, 2018

    Caption Sunday.

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    I need a caption for this pic.

    Saturday, December 22, 2018

    Days off.

    I'm out of pocket right now field hands, but I will be posting again really soon.

    Sadly, we have just started the trump-shutdown, but try to enjoy the holiday season.

    Wednesday, December 19, 2018

    Out of Syria, and still no wall.

    Image result for syria images      Mr. trump, in an attempt to change the headlines and all the bad news that he has been getting, has unilaterally decided to withdraw troops from Syria. Lawmakers on both sides of the isle are furious, and American military leaders are scratching their heads. None of them saw this coming.

    Not surprisingly, trump's handlers in Russia are pleased. They will now, along with Bashar al-Assad, have Syria all to themselves. Vodka and  champagne all around in Moscow and Tehran.

    This war was in a complicated part of the world, and war can be a messy and complicated business. It is not something that you can just do by gut instinct without proper guidance and really smart people telling you how to proceed. We can have constructive disagreements about what should be done in Syria; what is not in dispute is that trump went about pulling us out in a reckless and scary manner.

    Finally,  in other news, trump blinked on his border wall government shutdown threats. In typical trump fashion, he could not deliver on his threat to shut down the government if he doesn't get his billions for his stupid wall. Schumer called his bluff and won.

    Now, as is to be expected, right-wingnuts are furious.

    It’s what the drive-by media calls compromise: Trump gets nothing and the Democrats get everything, including control of the House in a few short weeks,” Limbaugh fumed on his show Wednesday. “In fact… Trump is going to get less than nothing because this compromise strips out the $1.6 billion for the wall that the Senate Appropriations Committee had already approved weeks ago, that’s gone too.”

    “Not a penny!” Limbaugh exclaimed. “Forget wall, think border security!”

    Rush, you are a sucker.

    Pick from ABC

    Tuesday, December 18, 2018

    "Power grab."

    TWEET METhere has been a lot of news over the past few days about the trump crime cabal and camarilla that protects him, and how their world is falling down around them.

    If you are part of the 38% of the people in this country who still do not understand that Mr. trump is a liar and a thief, then I feel bad for you.

    Anyway, there are other folks in the grand old party who we need t take a closer look at. One of them is the new governor of Georgia, Bran Kemp.

    The following article was an eye- opener for me.

    "In the days leading up to Georgia's hotly contested 2018 gubernatorial election, Brian Kemp—who, you may recall, is both the winner of that election and also the state official who was in charge of administering it—made a shocking accusation about the Democratic Party of Georgia and, by extension, his opponent, Stacey Abrams. They had, he said, attempted to hack into the state's voter-registration database, and his office planned to launch an investigation into this serious case of misconduct.

    According to a bombshell investigation published last week by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, there is still absolutely no evidence that any such partisan election meddling took place. Meanwhile, there is a good deal of compelling evidence that Kemp—who at the time was slipping in the polls, putting him in real danger of suffering an embarrassing loss for the Republican Party—might have just made the whole thing up.

    The problem, as the AJC explains it, is that Kemp had learned that the state's voter information systems were laughably vulnerable to hackers, which opened him up to charges of rank incompetence. Earlier this year, while checking his registration status online, a Georgia voter named Richard Wright discovered that nefarious actors could use the web site to download any file on the system, and to access any voter's personally identifiable information. Experts told the AJC that hackers could, in theory, exploit these flaws to do things like delete people from the rolls, render them ineligible to cast ballots, or even "systematically target" political and/or minority groups.
    Wright reached out to an election law attorney in Washington, and on Friday, November 2, four days before election day, he also summarized his findings in an email to Rachel Small, a volunteer with the Georgia Democrats' voter protection hotline. Small forwarded that email to her supervisor, who asked their own cybersecurity experts to take a look. "That," says the AJC, "appears to have been the extent of the Democrats' involvement."

    From there, Wright's emails made their way to law enforcement agencies, and then to reporters. On Sunday, when Kemp learned that a media outlet planned to publish a story on the subject, he did what all self-respecting Republicans do when confronted with evidence of their failures: panic, and blame someone else. Minutes before it posted, the secretary of state's web site posted an all-caps headline announcing a forthcoming investigation into a "FAILED HACKING ATTEMPT" by Democrats. Kemp's spokesperson began talking about Rachel Small, who is part of this narrative because she forwarded an email, as if she should be considered armed and extremely dangerous by anyone who approaches her.
    “The FBI is looking for information on ‘Rachel Small,’” Broce wrote [to reporters]. “We welcome any information about this person’s identity or motives to provide to federal authorities.
    “Who is Rachel Small?” Broce continued. “Is that her real name, and for whom does she work? Why was she talking about trying to hack the secretary of state’s system…?”
    A few days later, Kemp won the election with 50.2 percent of the vote, narrowly avoiding the prospect of a runoff with Abrams. Strangely, since the result became official, Kemp's office seems to have forgotten all about the investigation it had vowed to conduct, back when breaking the news of said investigation was politically expedient.
    More than a month later, state Democratic officials say no law enforcement agency has been in touch about the alleged crime. Lawyers and others involved in the episode say they’ve heard nothing, either. The agencies won’t comment on their investigations.
    In other words, when a floundering candidate learned about a last-minute story that would reflect poorly on him, he seized on the thinnest imaginable shred of evidence to concoct an elaborate conspiracy theory that implicated his political opponents, and then used his official position to make it seem credible to the credulous. Throughout the campaign, Kemp endured persistent criticism for scoffing at the notion that supervising an election in which he was a candidate gave rise to any problematic conflicts of interest. It was a calculated bit of shamelessness all along, and apparently, it was worth it." [Source]

    Throw in what happened in Wisconsin and Michigan, and it is clear that Mr. trump is rubbing off on the republican party.  

    Monday, December 17, 2018

    Death at the border.

    A seven year old migrant child died in American border patrol custody. And we are all , as Americans, wondering just what the hell happened to our country.

    The story is heartbreaking on so many levels. The fact that her father had to bring her thousands of miles and risk danger just to seek asylum in our country is sad, but the fact that she actually made it to America only to die because of the policies of this administration should be unacceptable to all of us.

    Of course this disgusting administration and their minions are trying to spin the story and blame her fate on her father, and the poor people who flee all kinds of persecution and poverty in their country for the chance to have a better life.

    “This is just a very sad example of the dangers of this journey. This family chose to cross illegally,” Nielsen said on “Fox & Friends.”

    “What happened was they were about 90 miles away from where we could process them,” she said. “They came in such a large crowd that it took our Border Patrol folks a couple times to get them all. 

    We gave immediate care. We’ll continue to look into the situation, but again, I cannot stress enough how dangerous this journey is when migrants choose to come here illegally.”

    That, of course, is a lie! The  poor girl was healthy enough to survive when she arrived,  and  border patrol agents failed to recognize her illness and failed to treat her properly. They kept her in a remote location which made it hard to get her the proper medical care she needed in a timely manner.

    “Our sincerest condolences go out to the family of the child,” CBP spokesman Andrew Meehan said in a statement to the Washington Post. “Border Patrol agents took every possible step to save the child’s life under the most trying of circumstances. As fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, we empathize with the loss of any child.”     . 

    The polices of the administration you serve says something totally different. 

    *Pic from NBC News.

    Saturday, December 15, 2018

    Caption Saturday.

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    I need a caption for this pic.

    *Pic from

    Thursday, December 13, 2018

    Just say no.

    I always wondered why Mr. trump would crank out those early morning tweets as if he was not sleeping at all at night.

    Well, as it turns out, there might be an answer for that.

    "During a recent set at Gotham Comedy Club in New York, comedian Noel Casler, who worked six seasons on Celebrity Apprentice in talent logistics, claimed, among other things, that Donald Trump is a “speed freak” who has a special love for Adderall. “He’s a speed freak,” Casler told the crowd during his Dec. 1 first performance. “He crushes up his Addreall and sniffs it because he can’t read and he gets really nervous when he has to read cue cards. I’m not kidding, this is true.”

    Before getting into the drug accusations, Casler explained his role on Celebrity Apprentice. “My job was taking care of the Trump family, too,” he says. “Yeah, Don Jr., Omarosa, Melania—it was like a freaking MENSA meeting every day.”

    If you’re wondering at this point if Casler signed a non-disclosure agreement, which would effectively legally bar him from talking about such things, well, he absolutely did sign one. Seems Casler simply doesn’t care at this point. “I had a 24-page NDA, non-disclosure agreement,” Casler says. “I didn’t know he was becoming president. Now it’s no way, dumbass. I’m telling you everything I know.”

    Casler continued with his revelations. “So he gets nervous and he crushes up these pills,” he says about President Trump. “That’s why he’s sniffing when you see him in debates or see him reading. That’s why he’s tweeting. He’s like out of his mind. It makes sense if you think about it.

    Methamphetamine was invented by the Nazis to keep the fighter pilots up all night on bombing runs. So it makes sense that Trump would use it to hate-tweet in a self centered rage at 4 am on the toilet.”
    Trump’s alleged abuse of Adderall flies in the face of his apparent dislike for mind-altering substances, excessive consumption of McDonald’s excluded. “I don’t drink beer,” Trump has said. “I’ve never had a beer. And I’m not saying good or bad, some people like it. I just choose not to do that for a lot of reasons.” ' {Source}

    Don't just blow this off (pun intended) because it's coming from a comedian. Remember what happened to Cos?

    Anyway, it turns out that there was an article back in the day from Spy Magazine which could shed some more light on this issue.

    As far back as 1992 they mentioned one citizen trump in an article about taking amphetamines prescribed by a Dr. Feelgood in New York.

    I don't know if the president is hooked or not, but if he is, I suspect that with all the crap coming out about his criminal enterprise over the past few days, he is going to be speeding up his use (pun intended) of certain drugs.