Yes, what a breath of fresh air!
The slow march backwards takes off at a run.
I’d rather not, but thanks for letting us know that. Do they give a reason why it’s fine for the head of GOP to be Chief of staff and why that isn’t just allowing the hated establishment free reign? I mean, what reasons (if any) do they give?
This is me choosing a commenter at near randomness to paraphrase:[quote=Not Me]Don’t give me (((media))) fan fiction, though Priebus is a boring but smart pick.[/quote]
He doesn’t even want to be in Washington.
I guess he doesn’t realize it isn’t a part-time job.
Just letting you know that the mouths-as-eyes is getting so annoyiong I’m not even reading those articles anymore…
Remind me again… when does the “drain the swamp” part start? After his administration is fully staffed, right?
At least according to @emo_pinata, who is a braver soul than I to wade into the alt-right sites, they haven’t seen a problem thus far.
Cognitive dissonance, I guess? Or maybe their faith in Trump to still rid Washington of corruption? Or maybe they just define it as “getting rid of lib-tards” and that’s all the matters to them?
Silent majority is still silent.
I always thought his name sounded like it should be the name of the head of the church of satan in a “left behind” erotica slash fic novel.
Was that PiL? How appropriate.
Reince and repeat.
The Silent Majority didn’t even show up for the election. Who knows what the fuck they want.
I for one am shocked - shocked - that… it took him this long to fill all these roles with the establishment types he was supposedly running against. I’m surprised he didn’t do it before he won. Although I suppose he either didn’t ever think he was going to win (which seems likely) or he did, and it just wasn’t public knowledge.
I know, the fucking irony involved here is amazing. I always assumed that was the whole reason they like him in the first place.
I keep saying this, but honestly, he wouldn’t be believable even as a cartoon villain. He’s too over-the-top and too obvious.
Not really brave, I go because people at work sometimes talk about them and I, as the loony lefty (aka a mostly globalist with strong feelings about civil rights and social mobility), are scoffed at for dismissing them without being able to talk to them directly. I work in a mostly conservative field in Texas which just amplifies things. Only a couple are all about the alt-right and knowing their talking points is the only way to talk Fox News guys from just believing the Breitbart guys without additional evidence.
Beer urine pics?
Super nice brie?
Rub icier peens?
Creepie sin rub?
Waaaay too many.
Uhh, I think it was the silent majority that elected him.
The silent minority, please. He lost the popular vote.
Whatever. The ones who mattered showed up for him.