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Really? – 4.6.17 – The ‘Luv Gov’; Mexicans, Russians – What’s the Dif?; Steve Bannon Met His Garlic.

April 6, 2017

A Tale of Sin in the Heart of Dixie. Republicans call themselves the party of family values. Evangelicals lay claim to morality. Gov. Robert Bentley is both – and has neither. Despite being caught on tape extolling the joys of putting his hands up the shirt of aide Rebekah Mason and saying “If we’re going to do what […]

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Really? – 4.5.17 – The Fox News Sty; Misogynists Unite; Trump on Syria – and some Other Stuff

April 5, 2017

Fox News’ abuse birds have come home to roost. The New York Times shone a light on Bill O’Reilly‘s serial harassment and the price Fox News had to pay. Then a Fox contributor, Julie Roginsky, sued the network for gender discrimination. Fox has prospered under a misogyny cloud for years. Even Roger Ailes’ ouster for shameless abasement […]

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From Russian Dressing to James Brown Wigs, Another Dismal Republican Day

March 28, 2017

As the White House colludes with Devin Nunes to shut down the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation of the Trump/Russia connections, Sean Spicer is having to answer questions. In his typically inane manner, Spicer tried diversionary humor. “If the president puts Russian salad dressing on his salad tonight, somehow that’s a Russian connection.” No doubt wicked funny, but I […]

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Really? 3.19.17 Trump’s Approval Goes From Bad to Worse & Some Other Stuff.

March 19, 2017

Donald Trump’s approval rating falls to a new low – 37%. Does he have a floor? (h/t The Hill) Tim Allen complains that being a liberal in Hollywood is like living in Nazi Germany. Is that the Nazi Germany where ‘enemies of the state’ earn $1.25 million per episode to make a sitcom? Sure, Hollywood […]

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Really? 3.18.17 – Trump Disses Merkel & Some Other Nonsense.

March 18, 2017

Donald Trump met with German Chancellor, Angela Merkel. It didn’t go well. He intimated that he and Merkel had “something in common” because Barack Obama had wiretapped them both. A lie so brazen even Congressional Republicans think it’s absurd. He failed to be a gracious host. When Merkel suggested they shake hands, Trump responded by sitting in his chair, staring […]

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Really? – 3.17.17 Sean Spicer Pisses Off the Brits & More Silliness.

March 17, 2017

On Thursday Sean Spicer claimed that British intelligence had helped Obama spy on Trump. His source? Judge Andrew Napolitano, a Fox News pundit. The British were understandably peeved. To salve the wounds caused by Spicer’s intemperate remarks an administration official announced that Spicer and National Security Adviser, H.R. McMaster, had offered an apology to the aggrieved British. And that […]

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Really? – 3.9.17 – Republicans Make It a Bad Day for Truth, Science, Deficits, Health & Christianity

March 9, 2017

It seems that ex-National Security Adviser, Mike Flynn, when he wasn’t holding Russian hands, was also acting as an agent for Turkey. Oh well, says the White House, that’s not on us, he was a private citizen at the time. That was too much even for Fox News’s Shep Smith, who was moved to say, “It’s too much […]

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Really? 3.3.17 – Just How Big a Racist Liar is Sessions? (Plus a Dollop of Trump)

March 3, 2017

Jeff Sessions defended his lie that he hadn’t talked to the Russians. His grounds? He said he took the question to refer to contacts he may have had as a proxy for the Trump campaign. In Sessions’ mind, his chats with the Russian ambassador were part of his senatorial duties and therefore did not merit a mention. A thin […]

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Really? 3.2.17 – Sessions Lies; Trump Dodges Ethics; And Drinks Like a Bitch; Unity by Division.

March 2, 2017

During his confirmation, Sen. Al Franken asked A.G. Jeff Sessions what action he would take against anyone involved in the Trump campaign who had contact with Russian officials. Sessions responded “I’m not aware of any of those activities,” Adding “I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with […]

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