Posted: August 9, 2016 by veeshir in Fun With Media, Op/Sped, PEBKAC, run with media

Trump must be doing pretty well, they’re pulling this out too early in my opinion. People are going to be pretty damn tired of the pace of freaking out they’re doing right now.

So as we’re still talking about Hillary!’s felonious handling of classified material, and noticing that she was talking about an Iranian guy in unsecured emails around when he was executed, the We’re Better And Smarter Than You Party is bringing out 50 GOP SECURITY OFFICIALS!!!!! to say

calling him an unqualified choice who would put the nation at risk.

“None of us will vote for Donald Trump,” the officials wrote. “Most fundamentally, Mr. Trump lacks the character, values, and experience to be President.”



That’s lets The NYTIMESWASHPOSTCNNABCCBSNBCetc. counter the stuff about Hillary!.

I hadn’t seen this, so I’m gonna assume not many people are covering it, but Trump’s response is actually pretty darn awesome.

The names on this letter are the ones the American people should look to for answers on why the world is a mess, and we thank them for coming forward so everyone in the country knows who deserves the blame for making the world such a dangerous place,” he wrote.

Which leads me to what made me write this.

Trump said Second Amendment people could stop Hillary! so Minitrue IS ON THE JOB!!!!!!

CNN was where I saw them talking about it so I’m using their agitprop.

Donald Trump set off a fierce new controversy

Translation: We’re trying to push this controversy.

with remarks about the right to bear arms that were interpreted by many as a threat of violence against Hillary Clinton.


We all know he was talking about in the voting booth, but Minitrue is out for blood and going fucking insane. I thought the W Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld drove them nuts, but they are foaming at the mouth.

Case in point

The former head of the CIA, retired Gen. Michael Hayden, …If someone else had said that said outside the hall, he’d be in the back of a police wagon now with the Secret Service questioning him.”

Actually, I believe him, but that has nothing to do with the statement and much more to say about the destruction of the rule of law in America. Unambiguous threats against Bush were A-OK, but this bullshit would get me or you in big trouble.

This sums up one of the worst parts about the 21st century

Hayden added: “You’re not just responsible for what you say. You are responsible for what people hear.”

Because too many people believe that. You know, only when it’s pushed against enemies of Minitrue.

The Beatles were not responsible for Charles Manson and video games are not responsible for violence but this obvious comment about people voting is beyond the pale, right former head of the CIA, retired Gen. Michael Hayden?

Love this

That was more than a speed bump. That is actually a very arresting comment. It suggests either a very bad taste with reference to political assassination and an attempt at humor or an incredible insensitivity


Ummmmm, no. It was a comment on people voting, however, it does give ideologues like him the opportunity to foam at the mouth and isn’t that what really matters?



Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut, who supports increased gun control measures, tweeted: “Don’t treat this as a political misstep. It’s an assassination threat, seriously upping the possibility of a national tragedy & crisis.”

Wait, you mean a man sho’s willing to dance in the blood of children before it’s dried to advance his agenda was ready to give you a nice juicy quote when you called him and told him about this opportunity Xer Journalist?

Color me utterly unsurprised.


They give Pence and the NRA a chance to rebut the first few attacks, then they go right back to anti-Trump and Hillary! supporters for some more quotes.

Fauxcahontas was happy to tweet in


makes death threats because he’s a pathetic coward who can’t handle the fact that he’s losing to a girl,” she said.

Hillary! has a vagina you know. I’d really rather not think about it or whether it’s slo…..I can’t finish that. (Shudder)

Move-on is all about helping Teh GOP

 called on every Republican up and down the ballot to repudiate Trump over his remark.

I would laugh at that more if I didn’t believe that John McCain and Lyndsey Graham would listen.
little lord graham


One more thing about Trump and why I’ve started to root for him.

I don’t know what the hell he’s going to do, but he does describe reality when he speaks, I don’t have to change the channel because I’m furious at the blatant lies the ‘journalist’ lets pols spew.

Case in point,

Trump has repeatedly suggested that Clinton will “abolish” the Second Amendment.
The former secretary of state has never called for the abolition of gun rights, but has called for additional gun regulations and safety checks to reduce the number of deadly gun shootings in the US.


Trump is accurately noticing reality while Minitrue is trying to obfuscate it (one of their jobs).

Hillary! will try to abolish the Second Amendment or at least restrict it as much as possible, like huge ammo taxes and letting law suits against go against gun manufacturers for people committing crimes, shit like that. With the chance of a few Supreme Court justices, we would be boned.

Accurately recognizing problems is the first step in solving them. We need to reduce regulations and the reach of bureaucrats because we’re being strangled at every step.

He was in business and hopefully realizes that most people can’t buy politicians to get stuff done.


  1. Imadenier says:

    …Trump is the candidate FrnakJ was looking for in his NuketheMoon plan for world peace…

  2. bruce says:

    Does this mean Trump is blackballed from the Country Club?

  3. bruce says:

    PS. Yeah I’ve started to sympathise with Trump. He’s breaking the elitist trend. He may not mean half of what he says, much of it is like a comedy routine I think Steyn said, but he’s exploring ideas and popular reactions to them. It may be a stunt or it may be a circuit-breaker. It’s worth trying just to see, Hillary would be far more sinister. We do know him and what he is capable of, there’s no hidden agenda. The campaign itself is a kind of education for him, market research. Some people study to learn to swim. others just jump in and figure it out, with mistakes. Not that I think he’d do anything really bad as President (how could he be worse than Obama’s ME strategy?) and it’s worth trying a few new ideas because the old “Presidential” ones aren’t working. They say Teddie Roosevelt was one of the greats, and he started a lot like Trump. Not that I even think Trump was such a great businessman (Bill Gates is better), but he’s just enough experienced in these fields to bring something new, with lots of public experience (Gates would be a terrible President).

  4. veeshir says:

    Luckily for Trump, he owns the Country Club.

    It’s worth trying just to see, Hillary would be far more sinister.

    That’s how you can tell he’s a Republican, many of the arguments for him are about how much worse his opponents are.

  5. Veeshir says:

    My crappy asus craptop died. Not sure when I’ll be able to replace.
    I hope the tubes are still here when I do.

    • HayZeus says:

      So Veeshir,
      You going to give your loyal reader(s) any more details on the dead laptop? I’m sure there’s an IT person or two in here somewhere that might be able to offer some assistance on that front.

      • Veeshir says:

        It gets to the boot screen and won’t go further.
        I’ve reset defaults, saved and exited, f10, and more.
        It’s dead Jim.

        • HayZeus says:

          I know you’ve fixed it with a new(ish) one but that sounds like a dead hard drive to me. Probably possible to resurrect it but also probably not worth it if it’s several years old or older anyway.

          • veeshir says:

            It’s fairly new, less than a year.

            Computers have hated me since I made fun of “Commodore Basic Bytes Free”

            I still think that’s funny.

            • HayZeus says:

              Don’t talk about Commodore when it isn’t here to fight you. 😛

              If you have (a) recovery disc(s) for the previous laptop and you know the size of its hard drive, I might have something for you, assuming you can get to the thing without disassembling the whole laptop.

              • veeshir says:

                I only have a toshiba recovery disc which I was told would only work on a toshiba. I do know it doesn’t work on that laptop.

                I have another computer that had problems but I think the harddrive was okay.

                Can I put a toshiba HD into an ASUS laptop?

                • HayZeus says:

                  Probably. The important bits are that you want to be able to get to the hard drives without taking the whole damn laptop apart (usually they’re in their own little compartment with a symbol that’s like 3 stacked circles), they need to be the same type of interface (almost a guarantee unless one of the laptops is ancient) and they need to be big enough to hold the OS and apps (same caveat as the last). If you can get to both hard drives you could theoretically put the (old, I’m assuming–don’t do this if we’re talking the new/used one you just bought) Toshiba HD in the Asus, close it back up then fire it up and see what happens. If the drive was your problem then it might actually start booting, probably after nagging you about a change to the system. Windows wouldn’t actually be usable (different hardware and such) but then you’d be ready to do the system recovery thing.

                  And on that front, if you go to ASUS’ website you can go into support for notebooks, then recovery media. Don’t know how much they’d charge for that but if you punch in your laptop’s serial # you can find out. Might wanna do that first, see if any of this mess is even worth it come to think of it.

  6. socklessjoe says:

    Ok, I really don’t think DJT was talking about “2nd amendment people” just voting. I took a strong insurrectionist vibe from that comment. Nothing specific against any particular people, as Hitlery would have you think, but neither was it totally innocuous.

    I would go on, but people in the federal government are not especially known for their sense of nuance or appreciation for the abstract.

    • veeshir says:

      I could accept that, and if you do to gun shows and listen to people talking that…..well as you alluded, only certain people have freedom of speech anymore.

  7. Imadenier says:

    I just saw a Dell laptop for about $150 at beastbuy…just in time for backtoschool…

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s