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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Behold: the face of today’s Democrat Party

This is the ugly scruffy face of America’s Democrat Party today: a morbidly obese moronic ultra-left-wing radical pig whose single pathetic mission in life is to sabotage the Presidency of Donald Trump by any intellectually dishonest means possible.

“First,” he lies, “let's acknowledge what we all know to be true: Trump is in deep, deep trouble -- in the pocket of Russians, surrounded by alt.right idiots, alone in his bathrobe in a mostly-empty White House -- and caught inside a disgusting "shit-sandwich", so said his supporter who turned down the NSA job.”

That’s right, Michael; just tell your leftist comrades a sack of transparently bold faced lies about “the dark force that is Trump,” and expect them to be believed. “We can tie him up in knots at every turn, and eventually, we can bring him down,” exalts Moore.  If his cohorts believe the rubbish, then mainstream Americans will surely believe it too, he thinks, and the Democrat Party will regain its power.

“Remember -- A call a day keeps the Trump away.”

Moore wants every Democrat to contact by telephone all their congressional representatives every day to endlessly nag, bitch and harass them about everything Trump says and does. They must tell each representative every day to vote “No” on, or otherwise try to block, every item of Trump’s congressional agenda. “These politicians freak out if they get just 10 calls on an issue. Imagine them getting 10,000! Holy crap - the dome will pop off that building!”

Sounds like a great way to gain lasting friendship and credibility with their politician representatives on both sides of the aisle, doesn’t it?

“Start your own personal Rapid Response Team,” Moore urges his cretin followers, “so you can all leap into action (like we did at the airports the hour after Trump signed his Muslim Ban)… Come up with a name for your RAPID RESPONSE TEAM -- mine is called ‘The V for Vendetta Rapid Response Team’ and it consists of myself, my daughter and son-in-law (and their new baby!); my two sisters, their spouses and adult children; my cousin; 8 friends; 6 co-workers; and my next door neighbor. 

You see, Michael Moore admits that he’s on a political vendetta against Trump.

“Join some of our great national groups,” like Black Lives Matter and Democratic Socialists of America says Mike. “It's critical that large numbers of us continue to march, protest, sit-in, and be very visible -- to Trump, so he knows we are the majority; to put the Dems on notice that we expect them to grow a spine – take over the Democratic Party… the old leadership has to go… if we don't enact a radical overhaul right now, we are doomed as far as having a true opposition party during the Trump era. And that, more than anything, will help to usher in the vice-grip of a totalitarian culture.”

And on, and on… says Michael Moore. If his is the face of today’s Democrat Party, I think it’s safe to say that President Trump and the rest of mainstream America have nothing to worry about for the foreseeable future.  


  1. "You see, Michael Moore admits that he’s on a political vendetta against Trump."

    So in other words, he's doing exactly what all partisans have always done all the time.

    What separates Moore from other anti-Trump Democrats is that he told Democrats last summer that Trump was going to win, and he told them how, and he told them why, and he was absolutely, positively, completely right. So he's actually got some credibility with them on the matter of Trump. Now he's using it.

    1. Not all partisans pursue vendettas which involve a very high degree of bitterness, malice and vengeance. Yes, Moore accurately predicted that Trump would win because he realized what a horrible candidate Clinton was. I hope he continues to have plenty of credibility with the Dems. He’s way too far to the left to manage any kind of positive success for his party. He enjoys very little credibility with a vast majority of American voters.

  2. "Not all partisans pursue vendettas which involve a very high degree of bitterness, malice and vengeance."

    I've only been around since the '60s, so I suppose it's possible that there were some magical good old days before then when that was the case.