Category Archives: Politics
I’m old enough to remember when lying about an extramarital affair was grounds for impeachment. These days, you can violate the constitution and collaborate with foreign saboteurs and we have to argue over whether a special prosecutor is needed.
I have high hopes for the 21st Century – let’s all get together and right the ship!
So here’s the thing:
George Foreman went on Fox and Friends and voiced his support for President Trump. On February 4th. After he took office and… you know, did many awful things. I’m not the world’s biggest George Foreman fan, and maybe I shouldn’t be too surprised that the guy who had five sons AND NAMED THEM ALL AFTER HIMSELF let me down… anyway, I took to Twitter to let him know how I feel.
That question mark in the title of this post will begin making sense in just a second. Read the rest of this entry
A historic day in an unprecedented time. Local news agencies report that about 400,000 people participated and there were zero arrests.
Congratulations, America. You just elected the first president EVER with no political or military experience. I’m sure this’ll go great. With that in mind, here’s a rundown of things I learned from the 2016 election of Donald Trump.
Since the Republican Primary has descended into a literal dick measuring competition, I thought today was as good a time as any to take a microcosm-ish look at the battle on the Democratic side for the nomination of President to these United States. Read the rest of this entry
After my first Hunger Games The Fallen + Republican Presidential Primary video, I had to step up my game for JEB.
See the Republican Primary Fallen in a Hunger Games format. Obviously.
This offends both Christians and comedy fans by politicizing a high holy day and doing so in such an unfunny manner.
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CNN brought the thirteen (yes, there is still an unwieldy baker’s dozen) Republican Presidential Candidates to Las Vegas last night for the fifth debate in an effort to give Chris Christie an up close view at profitable casinos. Here’s what went down. Read the rest of this entry
Last time on Anybody But Jeb!, we saw Donald Trump cement his standing as the Randle McMurphy of the stage while Scott Walker’s performance pushed his numbers from “legitimate candidate” to “one of several people we’re just waiting to drop out.” Did episode 2 change anything for these candidates? And did Jeb do well enough to get his numbers to start swinging toward the two front-runners? Keep in mind that the series finale episode of Anybody But Mitt! was called, “Meh, Let’s Just Go With Mitt.” Read the rest of this entry
The Republican Party’s Southern Strategy or How the GOP Spent 50 Years Paving the Way for Donald Trump
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaay back when, it was the Democrats who were all White Supremacy and “Down with Lincoln!” and so on. (President Lincoln was a Republican if you’re keeping score at home.) After World War II, southern Democrats said, “That’s enough of that” and began supporting civil rights. Well, except sweethearts like George Wallace (LEFT IN ABOVE PHOTO – he’s the guy that famously tried to block school segregation as seen in Forrest Gump, the only history lesson most people ever paid attention to) who went on to run for President as an independent in 1968. And this, my friend, is when the stage began to be set for Donald Trump’s rise in the polls. Read the rest of this entry
If you watched the Fox News/Facebook GOP Presidential Debate, you heard more of the same: the GOP believes that the Federal Government has no place in determining the public school curriculum but does want to regulate women’s reproductive health issues. That sort of thing. Then there’s the Donald Trump/Megyn Kelly stuff… not surprising. (Clearly, FOX had an agenda in the debate and boy did Trump take the bait!) But none of this stuff is surprising. Neither is the Facebook question above – but it is a big problem for the GOP. I shall explain! Read the rest of this entry