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  1. buffalotompeabody
    Dec 14, 2016 @ 14:57:14

    Thanks for reblogging! During the campaign mini of der GropenFรผhrer’s Howard Stern interviews were replayed on satellite radio… after a life time of self Indulgence and complete ego gluttony… don’t you just know that creepy old dude wears a diaper? As creepy as he is publicly you can imagine how disgusting he is privately. Yuck! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜
    It’s hard to believe that anyone could go lower than George W Bush.

    • sepultura13
      Dec 14, 2016 @ 20:02:11

      I was saying that the other day – Dubya was bad enough, but “der GropenFรผhrer” makes Dubya look like Pope John Paul II, LOL! Even creepier is how, even though Malaria is his wife, he talks far more about dear little “Invokana” than the mother of his fifth child! His drooling over his own daughter (not the one he had with Marla Maple-syrup) is beyond disgusting…so I can easily imagine him wearing a soggy pair of Depends!
      XD

    • sepultura13
      Dec 14, 2016 @ 20:03:45

      …for that matter, he’s “too busy” to deal with the daily security briefings, but not too busy to watch “SNL” (even though he claims to hate it), and go on some freaky Twitter-storm at 3 a.m.! Tertiary syphilis, cocaine, and meth might have something to do with those, I think!
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      • buffalotompeabody
        Dec 15, 2016 @ 08:02:42

        LOL and yikes! I’m thinking that eventually people will realize that Trump is just shouting a big “F*#@ You!” at the people of the United States.

      • sepultura13
        Dec 15, 2016 @ 11:09:02

        Oh, no kidding – he’s been screaming that at everyone from day one of his campaign…even at his own supporters, and they are blind and deaf to it!

        As Trevor Noah pointed out on The Daily Show last night, Trump is basically like a magician who is revealing the ‘secret’ behind his tricks, and his supporters still go:
        “Ooooohhhhh….aaaahhhhhh…magic!”
        XD

      • buffalotompeabody
        Dec 16, 2016 @ 07:34:23

        Yes indeed! I think even the Republicans are getting a “whiff”of World War 3 from der GropenFuhrer. ๐Ÿ˜จ

      • sepultura13
        Dec 16, 2016 @ 12:04:14

        The sad thing is, they probably are hoping for WWIII – they think that the way to stimulate the economy and “create jobs” is war, war, and more war…it’s frightening. Even scarier is their obsession with Putin! They actually think that he’s a better “leader” than President Obama, and that is beyond reprehensible.

      • buffalotompeabody
        Dec 16, 2016 @ 14:04:21

        I just listened to President Obama’s response to the Russian hacking. I have to admit I wasn’t crazy about his blaming Democrats and Hillary, by extension, for not getting the liberal message out to the red States as a way of combating Russian interference. seems like we’re heading toward a national crisis over this election… where the hacking is just one part of the crisis.
        Constant vigilance!

      • sepultura13
        Dec 16, 2016 @ 18:03:07

        Well, in all fairness, President Obama’s hands were tied by Mitch McConnell and the other Republicans when the hacking was first discovered months ago. He was “damned if he did, damned if he didn’t.” There is probably nothing that he can say or do, now, that will please anyone – but that job isn’t about pleasing people, it is trying to do what’s best for the country…for ALL Americans. He’s been blocked at pretty much every turn for both of his terms, but still did a lot for many people.

        The presidency is a tough job, but Obama has done a damned sight better then the Orange One will.

      • buffalotompeabody
        Dec 17, 2016 @ 07:35:03

        I agree up to but not including surrendering democracy for free and fair elections two Republicans who can only win when they cheat or suppress the vote. Mitch McConnell is the majority leader in the Senate only because he comes from a safe Republican District that really doesn’t care what he does. He has become a hateful unflushable turd. If President Obama has a flaw, I feel he has been way too conciliatory toward the Republicans in general and Mitch McConnell specifically. Because of this their philosophy of block everything Obama wants to do… is now undo everything he managed to accomplish. House Republicans have announced they will be happy with repealing Obamacare and replacing it with Ronald Reagan’s Universal Access… which guarantees access for everyone but places no restrictions on how much insurance companies can charge for access. unfettered capitalism. we better find another FDR quick because he did not allow the unflushable turds in Congress and Wall Street to push him around. Newt Gingrich has stated that he wishes to undo FDR’s Legacy. Gingrich doesn’t get elected to anything and still he is an unflushable turd. good-for-nothing sociopaths are always up to something.
        I love President Obama but if we don’t stand up and demand better and get involved in local politics, the unflushable turds will completely erase his legacy.
        constant vigilance! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

      • sepultura13
        Dec 17, 2016 @ 10:28:42

        We each have our perspectives, and I don’t talk politics much with anyone – including my own family members. I’m not interested in a debate. I’ve always been politically active, which is why I don’t talk about politics: I get up off of my butt and do something about things that I don’t like, and if my hard work wasn’t enough because others dropped the ball, I dust myself off, put my big-girl panties back on and get back out there. Constant vigilance is indeed necessary, but armchair-quarterbacking and finger-pointing doesn’t get anything done. Democrats didn’t do enough to ensure that the House or Senate could get under their control, especially with the recent election in Louisiana, and what is happening in North Carolina is positively shameful.

        There is still a final electoral vote that is going to take place on Monday. What are Dems doing to ensure that it goes the right way? We already know what Repubs are going to do – so, how are the Dems going to fight back? What is the plan? I want to hear what WILL be done, not more talk about who might be at fault on any given day.

        President Obama’s main flaw is that he is a true diplomat – and diplomacy fails when dealing with the racist sociopaths that he’s had to fight against, alone, in the House and the Senate. Democrats could have done more to support him…he wasn’t wrong, there. What the Republicans did to block him is one thing – but the Democrats essentially threw him under the bus. I know what that’s like, in a non-political sense, because it has been done to me at various places of employment. When you’re “damned if you do, damned if you don’t,” all you can do is the best you can with one hand tied behind your back and both legs tied together. And yes – we, the people also need to do a hell of a lot more than only pay attention to politics every four years. Pay attention to what happens locally, statewide, and in neighboring states. Get out and vote EVERY SINGLE TIME. Look closely at the voting records of everyone running for office, and if they aren’t voting for the interests of the people, throw the bums out and get people in there who will. It’s a dirty job, and quite tedious and boring – but if we work together, we can get it done.
        That’s all I have to say about that…and we’re still buddies, even if we might disagree on a few minor points!
        *hugs and a handshake*
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