Pennsylvania senator to Trump: Come after me, you shit-gibbon


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/02/09/pennsylvania-senator-to-trump.html


#2

Polonium


#3

Trump: “HOW DARE YOU CRITICIZE MY FACE!”


#4

If Trump kills someone with Polonium, is that evidence of Russian ties or just that he’s a maverick?


#5

I’m calling it:

Leach 2020.


#6

I don’t know, but maybe grounds for kicking some pseudo-Nazi ass?


#7

I like this guy, I really do.


#8

Why you gotta bring gibbons into it, Daylin? Gibbons are the best.


#9

No, no, we don’t want her to win the Conservative nom…

in…

Oh. Sorry. Wrong country.


#10

But not shit-gibbons. They are the absolute worst.


#11

“Hey @realDonaldTrump I oppose civil asset forfeiture too! Why don’t you try to destroy my career you fascist, loofa-faced, shit-gibbon!”

Clear. Lucid. Concise.

Poetry.


#12

Having an utter nutjob in charge is an excellent opportunity for folks on both sides of the political spectrum to raise their profile, it seems.


#13

Well, I’m disappointed, but I still cling to the idea that somehow we can recover, but it’s not like other countries don’t have shit-flinging in politics and still survive. I guess dignity is less important than progress. Still color me disappointed.


#14

If you keep this up, Leach is going to come after you! You can’t go around insulting President Lea—

Oh, god, It’s happening again.


#15

I like it, but we need to work in the whole LIAR angle: loofa-faced-liar, lying sack of protoplasm, alt-reality, alt-fact, anti-fact. You know: bullshit.

Who sets up the canary web page that tracks whether this gentleman is still alive or not? jlmk (less than six-months at a guess)


#16

What is a better description of 45:

0 voters


#17

Not to be argumentative, but can someone be a pseudo-Nazi and not a Nazi? I mean, if it’s a matter of ideology (proclaimed or demonstrated), I wonder what’s the break between the two.


#18

Honestly, it seems like a lot of the outrage over poor political decorum is just a more dressed-up form of tone policing. There’s nothing high-minded or civil about using deferential language and politeness to paper over atrocious actions. This sort of thing is why calling Jeff Sessions a racist (or even just reading a letter suggesting that his attitudes are less than entirely equality-minded) is somehow worse than him actually being a racist.


#19

It has the ring of truth


#20

Why? Go with Putin’s go-to. Ricen.