Monday, June 17, 2019

Joseph "Murfster35" Murphy

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Joseph "Murfster35" Murphy is a lifelong liberal political junkie. Being born and raised in Chicago, he is no stranger to bare-knuckle politics. He spent 20 years working for United Airlines, and another 9 as a fraud prevention expert for a large online retailer. He is the author of President Evil: The rise of Trump in the 2016 primaries and its sequel President Evil II: A Clodwork Orange. Murfster35 is a top recommended writer on the blog Daily Kos.
DONALD TRUMP SPEECHES & PRESS CONFERENCE / YouTube PRESIDENT TRUMP MITCH MCCONNELL PRESS CONFERENCE...

Trump’s defeat isn’t the ONLY one that is critical for Democrats...

2-4-6-8, who must we eliminate? Trumpster! Trumpster! Gooooooo HOME! Don’t get me started, I can go on with that shit all day. But that is the overarching theme in 2020 for pretty much anybody who graduated Pre-K without a MAGA hat for a diploma. And there is empirical evidence to back that up. Obviously,in any […]
Curt Johnson / Flickr Donald Trump overcompensates on Michael Flynn...

Ah. Now it makes a little more sense.

I remember that it struck me as rather odd at the time. Actually, the entire situation struck me as just a wee off, but one part in particular was really strange. But, in an era when you have a political poltergeist chucking next level shit at your head from across the room 24/7, any one […]

The Wheels On The Bus Fall Off And Off

I don’t know about you, but I am loving the Democratic primaries so far, especially the collateral benefit. And the benefit of having 20+ presidential candidates scurrying hither and yon, with a Halley’s comet tail of reporters behind them is, that the candidates are only speaking, especially to reporters a finite amount of time. Which […]
CNN / YouTube John Dowd resigns as Trump ...

The John Dowd voicemail. In it’s original context.

The release of the John Dowd voicemail audio yesterday was a perfect example of one of the most glaring omissions in the Robert Mueller investigation. Namely, not getting the Orange Julius seated in a chair across the table, answering questions. Forget the input of Trump’s lawyers in answering Mueller’s questions. A written document is exactly […]

The Primary Primer – June 4, 2019

This isn’t going to be a daily feature, it’s too early for that, and too jumbled. Rather, it’s going to be more of a weekly or bi-weekly digest of things that happened in the primaries that may have flown under the radar, or you might want to bookmark to look back on later. The Media […]
Guardian News / YouTube Five times Donald Trump refused to...

The shifting of the sands

We vote. Sometimes we vote for a face, sometimes we vote for a principal, sometimes we vote for a particular plan or message, And sometimes we vote simply because our family has always voted. So we line up in a smelly high school gym, make a bunch of “X” marks, or punch a bunch of holes. […]

The real problem with the USS McCain nonsense.

It has become a defining feature, perhaps the defining feature of the m(or)onarchy of King Schitwitz the First. And the longer we live under the thumb of Fumbles the Clown, the more pronounced it gets. I’m talking about the phenomena of “Hey, remember when this shit was funny?” They came out of the blocks quickly. On the […]
Fox Business / YouTube Nancy Pelosi s days in Congress...

Time to sh*t or get off the pot.

I hope I find it as easy to wear off of Robert Mueller as I did with beer. It shouldn’t be hard, I’ve had more than my fill, and it’s time to stop before I wake up on the floor with the cat scooping litter over me. God knows that Robert Mueller himself is sick […]

Trump actually IS an “outsider,” but not in the way he...

“Washington is broken, and I alone can fix it. Washington doesn’t know how to cut deals, and they don’t know hoe to run a business. I’m a successful businessman, and I’m a complete outsider, I can shake Washington up and make it work!” Sound familiar? Yeah, me too. That was Donald Trump’s sorry, old, lame […]

Risk Profession

They call them “risk professions,” and it’s exactly what it sounds like. It’s a job that by its nature tends to carry a higher than normal risk of injury or death just in the normal performance of your job. being a soldier is certainly one of them. So is being a cop, a firefighter, or […]

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