Cretins, Morons and Dolts

There comes a time when one needs to recognize that you are outgunned, outwitted and are looking like mental defectives. The GOP needs to tell Schumer and Durbin that the answer to that request is NO!. Their voting NO on the SCOTUS candidate is a given, more of anything won’t change their vote.

Reminder: Key Democrats Demanding More Time and Documents Announced Their Kavanaugh Opposition in July

At this morning’s circus in the Senate Judiciary Committee — during which Democratic members launched dozens of interruptions, and a seemingly endless string of shrieking left-wing protesters were dragged out of the room — the opposition focused the bulk of their complaints on documents being withheld from the committee (here’s some useful context on that).  Some of their points actually seemed relatively fair and reasonable, and I think the administration erred by dropping thousands of previously-unseen documents the day before the hearings began.  Other objections seemed more contrived and cynical.

What was particularly difficult to take seriously were supposedly good-faith demands for more time and more documents, offered by Senators who’ve already stated their opposition to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.  The three members who led the charge with the most interruptions (two of whom just happen to be presidential aspirants) were Cory Booker of New Jersey, Kamala Harris of California, and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, who repeatedly lied about serving in Vietnam.  Were any of these three genuinely interested in reviewing additional materials, in order to learn more about the nominee and his record?  Their own public statements suggest not. [snip]

Sen. Booker infamously stated that Republicans supporting Kavanaugh’s confirmation are “complicit in evil.”  In a July press release, issued long before the specifics of document production could be marshaled as a pretense, Booker declared himself “strongly opposed” to Kavanaugh.  “I will fight to stop this nomination every step of the way,” he wrote.  Best of all, and as I noted earlier, literally as he was feigning interest in a thorough review process at today’s hearing, the Democrats blasted out an email under Booker’s name that gave up the game.  [snip]

With Kavanaugh on the Court, the Jackasses know the days of circumventing the Congress to get what they want ARE OVER.
The GOP should tell the Donks that they are going to use Democrat tactics and shove this up Schumer’s nose.

Then in elections the voters have to show the alte kackers the door; new blood has to come to this battle for the Country.

Reflections on quotidian life

Lately, I’ve noticed

people my age are so

much older than me.

Reflections on quotidian life

When I was a child, I thought

naptime was punishment.

Now it feels like a mini



Reflections on quotidian life

I still haven’t learned

to act my age.

Reflections on quotidian life

These days, “on time” is when I get there.

Reflections on quotidian life

I have days when my life is

just a tent away from a circus.

Reflections on quotidian life

Even duct tape can’t fix stupid


– but it sure does muffle the sound.

Reflections on quotidian life

I thought growing old would take longer.

Reflections on quotidian life

“Getting lucky” means walking into a


room and remembering why I’m there.

Reflections on quotidian life

Some days I have no idea

what I’m doing out of bed.