Wednesday Reads: Drump All Over The World

That cartoon seems too fitting now…so I had to feature it again.

Here are some tweets:


Dead frozen rat wearing hats and boots… should have sent that to the NATO Summit in Great Britain…would have been less offensive than tRump.

This is an open thread.

34 Comments on “Wednesday Reads: Drump All Over The World”

  1. NW Luna says:

    Great roundup, JJ!

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    Lord, these professors re impressive and all of the Republicans are crazy go nuts!

    The striking diversity among the Dem members of this committee vs. the only white with 2 out o 17 Republicans being women is just shocking.

  5. NW Luna says:

    Hilarious review of NATO meeting personages in this article.

    Nato at 70: Macron, manspreading and Melania dressed as a moth

    There is no picture of Angela Merkel that doesn’t look like she is striding away from the pack of people at least 18 grades of intelligence below her.

    It’s truly stunning that the classic misogynist slur is that women need to keep their legs shut, when men are seemingly physically incapable of this act.

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    Bernie’s campaign falls apart …

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    • dakinikat says:

      It’s not a war on Christmas. It’s a war against Alabama cities and counties — especially majority black cities and counties — having a say in their own affairs, and it’s been going on since before the Daughters of the Confederacy ever built that obelisk to the Lost Cause.

      While most of us were making our last-minute grocery runs ahead of Thanksgiving dinner last week, the state’s high court snuck a major ruling under the table. In a unanimous decision, the justices ruled Birmingham is violating state law by obscuring the Confederate monument with plywood panels. One justice, Mike Bolin, said in a concurring opinion that the law didn’t go far enough to penalize the city.

      The previous administration at City Hall built those panels after constituents and city council members demanded Mayor William Bell tear the thing down. Bell had the plywood box put around the base as an interim measure while the city could figure out what to do with the monument. Attorney General Steve Marshall sued the city, saying it was violating the new Alabama Memorial Preservation Act by blocking it from view.

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    House of Cards
    How Joe Biden helped build a financial system that’s great for Delaware banks and terrible for the rest of us.

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    Over the nearly 11 months of Harris’s campaign, we bore witness to an endless assault on her achievements, her character, and her campaign from legacy media—defined as “media that is considered “old,” such as radio, television, and especially newspapers.” In other words, a media that is overwhelmingly owned and operated by white cis males.

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    • NW Luna says:

      Right-wing fanatic, never tried a case, rated ‘not qualified’ — she’ll fit right in with the rest of Trump’s picks.