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Eric Trump Needs to Get Himself Some Big Boy Pants

trump littlePoor little Eric Trump has the sadz because more than half of voters loathe dislike his Daddy. Here he is, whining to who else but Sean My-Lips-Are-Permantly-Attached-To-Donald-Trump’s-Ass Hannity:

“I’ve never seen hatred like this. To me, they’re not even people. It’s so, so sad. Morality’s just gone, morals have flown out the window and we deserve so much better than this as a country.”

You read that right; the son of a lying, serial-adultering, small-business-screwing, sexist, p—y-grabbing, charity-scamming, phony-school-running, PIG, is scolding Americans for THEIR lack of morality.

GET SOME BIG BOY PANTS, SON!

Politics is messy. Grow up and accept the fact that Dear Old Dad is not  admired, at home or abroad, unless one is a Communist, Nazi, Tiny Dictator, member of the American Taliban, or have a two digit IQ.

Frankly, I’d worry about your own family’s morality before you start throwing stones… just sayin’.

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The Putz in the White House Does It Again

The Guy-Currently-Residing-In-The-White-House issued an Executive Order (You know, the thing that gets Republicans’ panties in a bunch when a Black guy does it) on Friday,

temporarily halting a U.S. refugee program and indefinitely suspending admission of Syrian refugees, and issuing 90-day restrictions that could affect people from seven predominantly-Muslim nations.

As NBC reported:

The State Department in a statement on Friday said it is working with the Departments of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services to put Trump’s executive order into effect. And while no particular religion is mentioned, the order specifically identifies “those who would place violent ideologies over American law.”

Now get this part:

“In addition, the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred (including ‘honor’ killings, other forms of violence against women, or the persecution of those who practice religions different from their own) or those who would oppress Americans of any race, gender, or sexual orientation,” the order says.

Ha, ha, ha, ha. You probably just envisioned plane loads of Republicans being flown off into the sunset, never to be seen again.

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Alas my friends, ’tis not to be; we’re still stuck with the “American Taliban”. The  description above is Republicans’ thinly-veiled code for, (goes to a whisper)… MUSLIMS.

strandedThe putz currently residing in the White House had no plan, however; now travelers with visas or permanent residents with green cards are stranded in transit to the U.S. along with refugees. From the Los Angeles Times:

An undetermined number of longtime U.S. residents have been stranded overseas as a result of President Trump’s executive order temporarily blocking visas from seven countries in the Middle East and North Africa.

All visa holders from those seven countries are now barred entry to the U.S., including lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, people with U.S. work visas and other types of visas, according to a senior U.S. immigration official.

NBC reports:

The State Department and Customs and Border Patrol on Saturday were still devising the formal rules for who is eligible for waivers — such rules were not written up before the executive order was implemented.

The Trump administration also has yet to issue guidance to airports and airlines on how to implement the executive order. “Nobody has any idea what is going on,” a senior Homeland Security official told NBC News.

In addition, the order applies to both refugees who are still “in transit” and U.S. green card holders from the affected Muslim-majority countries currently overseas, a senior administration official said. Those people would also need to apply for a waiver if they want to return to America, the official added.

The official said it would have been “reckless and irresponsible” to issue guidelines before the executive order was signed because of security reasons.

Huh? These fools are even too inept to cover their ineptitude. Paul Ryan, who never seems to have his male parts with him when he’s around Trump, said in a statement:

“Our number one responsibility is to protect the homeland… President Trump is right to make sure we are doing everything possible to know exactly who is entering our country.”

Because spending 1-2 years vetting each and every refugee, as we have for 30 years, is just too laissez-faire an attitude. Of course (SURPRISE!), Ryan didn’t always support the ban:

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But The-Guy-Currently-Residing-In-The-White-House isn’t worried about ALL potential terrorists. In a flagrant “fuck you” to America, he has NOT banned travel to the U.S. from terrorist inhabited countries where he does business:

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Because as we all know, someone crazy enough to put explosives in his underwear could never think of flying to Saudi Arabia AND THEN to America. Sheesh, get real!

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Nominee Trump Proves Conservatives Really Have No “Values”

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Right Wing Hypocrites Rally Around Trump

Liberals, Progressives, and Independents have always known that Conservatives’ constant yammering about their “values” was so much hot air. The 2016 primaries for their Party’s Presidential nominee has now removed all doubt for anyone with an IQ over two digits. The staunch “God and Country” set has chosen to throw both under the bus to support a racist, bigoted, bloviating ignoramus for the leader of the free world. For example:

Phyllis Schlaflyschlafly hypo, the Right Wing’s so-called “leader of the pro-family movement” has endorsed thrice married, serial adulterer Donald Trump for President, and by extension, his soft porn posing wife for First Lady. How did Trump win her over; why his promise to get rid of Mexicans and Muslims, of course.

Lindsey Grahamgraham hypo once said the choice between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump was, “…like being shot or poisoned, what does it really matter?” He even exhibited a nano-second of backbone when he declared on May 6th that he wouldn’t vote for GOP nominee Donald Trump. By May 23rd however, he was falling in line, calling on party donors to support Trump.

perryhypoRick Perry, Mr. Prayer Rally, once referred to Donald Trump as a “cancer on conservatism“, and lamented that Trump was: “A man too arrogant, too self-absorbed, to seek God’s forgiveness.” When Perry dropped out of the 2016 race he said of Trump: “The conservative movement has always been about principles… Our nominee should embody those principles.”

But, oh how quickly those “principles” are jettisoned when the words “Vice President” are dangled in front of you. Perry told CNN’s Dana Bash:

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ryanhypoThen there’s Paul Ryan, perhaps the biggest political hypocrite of them all. Ryan has been beating around the endorsement bush for months. In response to Trump’s failure to denounce David Duke’s endorsement in March, Ryan said:
 
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Go ahead, laugh; I’ll wait. Trump of course, responded ever-so-Presidentially by threatening Ryan:
 

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At the beginning of May, Ryan claimed he was “just not ready” to support Trump the nominee. That led to Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus setting up a meeting to convince them to make nice with each other. It worked, and in typical Conservative fashion, Ryan flushed what few principles he had down the Trump toilet. In an op-ed for Wisconsin’s Janesville Gazette, Ryan endorsed Trump:
 
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Many so-called “Religious Leaders” are backing Trump as well:
 
jeffresshypoDallas mega-church Pastor Robert Jeffress, who once declaredevery true, born-again follower of Christ ought to embrace a Christian over a non-Christian”, now says in support of Trump:
 
Every Christian has the right to his own opinion about a presidential candidate, but no Christian has the right to impose his preference as a litmus test for someone else’s Christianity or spirituality.”
 
Damn right. That litmus test is reserved for Gays, Muslims, Women, Immigrants, and Black Presidents.
 
lanehypoDavid Lane, leader of  American Renewal, supports Trump. In a possible attempt to out-crazy his fellow hypocrites, Lane suggests thrice married, serial adulterer Newt Gingrich, join his thrice married serial adulterer Presidential pick Donald Trump on the ticket. Of course, Gingrich would jump at the chance to be relevant again; but I’m sure he’s carefully considering the idea.
 
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 By the way, Lane also believes:
 
“… Donald Trump can be one of the  top four presidents in American history.”
 
Here’s a look at some other “Christian” Conservatives throwing their religion under the bus in pursuit of political power:
 
Jeremiah Johnsonjohnsonquote, of Behold the Man Ministries prophesied that Trump shall be God’s “trumpet to the American people.” (Christian Post, August 2015)
 

Franklin Grahamgraham: “He’s shaking up the Republican Party and the political process overall. And it needs shaking up.”

 
Jerry Falwell, Jr.junior called Trump “one of the greatest visionaries of our time.”
 
 David Brodybrody: “… If establishment GOP leaders want to blame anyone for Trump’s rise, they should start with a good look in the mirror… they took evangelical voters for granted. They felt confident that evangelicals would blindly vote for a traditional-values candidate.”

Christian voters won’t be bullied into voting for Christian candidates, so take that Jesus!

Let’s be honest here, Christian Conservatives have been offered a smorgasbord of Evangelical candidates in past elections: Bachmann, Santorum, Huckabee to name a few, but they don’t vote for them. Truth is, Christianity and “values” are not nearly as important to Conservatives as political power and the desire to shove their unwanted policies down Americans’ throats.

Choosing Donald Trump as their nominee proves they have no values at all.

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