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June 13, 2017 07:32 AM UTC

Tuesday Open Thread

  • by: Colorado Pols

“It’s good to trust others but not to do so is much better.”

–Benito Mussolini


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    "Best Sex I've Ever Had" — Marla Maples, February 16, 1990

    "Best sex I've Ever Had" — The Mapleaires*, June 12, 2017**

    *(EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, Defense Secretary James Mattis,  Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Vice President Mike Pence — their actual, vomitus-inducing, knob-gobbling statements at:

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  2. Trumpstink index opens at 8.7 with occasional gusts to 9.5.  Human nostrils dissolve at 6..

    Trump stink from syncophants praising their Lord can be as much as three times as noxious as that naturally emanating from the pussy grabber.

    “Glorious historic electoral majority” peels paint and can permanently lower IQs to level of Pepe the frog.

    Stay upwind my friends.

  3. Oh, that subversive Shakespeare.

    The Public Theater of New York produced a free public showing of "Julius Caesar", which, in case you forgot, depicts the assassination of Caesar by Brutus (et tu, Brute), and cronies. The message of the play is not to go our and solve your social problems by murdering your local tyrant; it's more  like, violence begets more violence. Duh- of course violence begets more violence. You have to end up with a pile of bodies at the end, or it's not a Shakespearean tragedy. And the fatally flawed hero and the tyrant all get served justice in the end, too.

    This particular production, though, modernized the costumes and setting to kinda seem like Trump and co. And the conservative media is losing its mind, all kinds of boycotting and chest-beating going on.

    It's being used as an excuse to deny funding for the arts – like they hadn't already planned to do that.

    1. Moddy's tingling in places Grammy tells him not to touch. Beauregard needs to pack his sheets and return to the bottom side of the Mason-Dixon. 

  4. First Amendment means what Mitch McConnell wants it to mean.

    Journalists told they are "no longer allowed" to wait outside hearing rooms, interview Senators, or film in hallways.

    If the Capitol is shutting down the people's eyes and ears through restricting the media, my guess is that they're in for a Wisconsin or Colorado or  North Carolina-style protests in the halls of the lawmakers..

    1. Washington Post had a story

        Huge upsurge in outlets sending cameras, reporters was creating dangerous situation.   We can still have good acess with a little order.

  5. They're just following in Fearless Leader's footsteps. I see a protest coming, alright, but it's likely to be at SCOTUS rather than in the halls of Congress.

      1. Next thing, the Trumpsters will try to shut down C-Span and I guarantee a hoard of media and good government groups will sue for access. As the Washington Post says, quoting Bernstein "Democracy Dies in Darkness”.

    1. I don't think this will do Williams or Pettersen any good at all in CD7. CD7ers want their open public schools funded more than the selective charters.

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