Important Above the Post Twitter Video That’s Awesome!
In Portland, Oregon they’re protesting the police by shutting down traffic. I love the way they get the crowd on their side.
Is that beautiful or what? As the cops start tackling them the crowd cheers and people start blowing their horns. I like the guy who’s pointing the cops at the asshole prostestors.
Now, back to our post, the next part is sorta about a textual example of the above vid.
I’m not sure how many of you read Ace, but this is fucking beautiful.
It’s pretty long but well worth the read.
It’s this (Obama attacking some poor pizzeria owners in Indiana at a correspondent’s dinner V) that sent me to a place from which I’ll never return. I literally don’t care what Donald Trump does because nothing he can do is worse than what they’ve already done.
Donald Trump isn’t the bully; he only insults and abuses people in power who have attacked him. They’re the fucking bullies. The left, with their smears, their witch hunts, their slanders, their insults and their weaponizing of the federal bureaucracy.
There aren’t any rules anymore because the left only applies them one way. And in doing so, they’ve left what once was a civil compact between the two parties in smoldering ruins.
I have no personal investment in Donald Trump. He is a tool to punish the left and roll back their ill-gotten gains, no more and no less. If he succeeds even partially in those two things, then I’ll consider his election a win.
Preach it. That bit about Trump only insulting and abusing people in power is one of Trump’s best attributes.
He punches up. If you punch down, like fucking Obama attacking a particular, Boston cop, you’re nothing but a punk-ass bully.
RTWT if you haven’t already.
Once again, CNS buries the lede.
The Internal Revenue Service sent 23,994 tax refunds worth a combined $46,378,040 to “unauthorized” alien workers who all used the same address in Atlanta, Ga., in 2011, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA).
Geez, that must me some huge slum-tenement with 24,000 residents! How can Atlanta allow that to be?!?!?!?!?! I mean, we know there’s no illegal alien fraud for Trump to find! They respect our laws!
I’ve been watching a lot of Buzzr TV, I love it. I’ve always liked Match Game and I’ve been getting into the old Family Feud as well as watching some of the other ones. Young Alex Trebec is hilarious in his polyester suits with white shoes and belt. I used to love Beat the Clock. I even had the home game! It was awesome.
You can surely tell it’s the 70s. I don’t miss those days, but the casual racism and sexism is crazy to watch.
Richard Dawson and Gene Rayburn pretty much molest every hot contestant they can get their hands on. They scare the hot chick sitting next to Richard on Match Game too. One episode I thought they were going to take off Elaine Joyce’s very not, halter top. She thought so too. She tried to keep a smile on her face, but she was pretty scared. They just kept going.
A girl, 18 and married with a kid, was on Family Feud in the last couple of days, when Richard asked, “Do you work?” she responded, “Ladies don’t work” in an adorable Tennessee accent. The contestants say stuff all the time you would never, ever hear anybody today say.
They had Cowboys against Cowboy Cheerleaders on Family Feud and Richard made a joke about a black man not needing to go to the beach, I thought Tony Dorsett was going to smack him. His look was priceless. The cheerleaders didn’t make it to the final part so he didn’t get to do anything but kiss them and sorta fondle their shoulders. Poor Richard.
When Match Game has a black guy in the upper left spot, they say shit that just cracks me up. The questions have shit that’s pretty much just racist and the guy has to smile and laugh. Questions about watermelon or fried chicken. I mean, it’s not funny cuz they are really racist, but it is cuz they’re such caring lefties and let you know all the time with all their “causes” and praising St. Jimmeh and bashing and hissing over Ford and Nixon.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.