Dave Stancliff 'Barking Dogs,' S.O.B's, 'Rocket Man,' Anthem Tantrums: WH Calling... blogarama.com

Monday, September 25, 2017

'Barking Dogs,' S.O.B's, 'Rocket Man,' Anthem Tantrums: WH Calling...

Good Day World!

It's the White House calling...

Ask not what your country can do for you...oh wait a minute!

This is the Trump era and his minions all believe taxpayers money is theirs to play with.

For example, how about one of Trump's poster children for corruption, Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin, who thought it was perfectly fine to request a U.S. Military jet for his European honeymoon last August.

Someday, historians are going to look back at Trump's ruinous regime. They'll undoubtedly be amused at his twitter storms and total lack of diplomacy.

On a slow Friday night in Alabama during a political rally, Trump decided to tackle athletes who knelt during the National Anthem, calling them sons of bitches for not standing.

In a head-twisting moment reminiscent of The Exorcist Trump swiveled his slander to North Korea's Rocket Man and how he wasn't going to be around for much longer.

That of course got a personal response from Kim who called Donny a "barking dog" and "dotard," which I thought was pretty accurate.

It's getting so people don't want to go to the White House (gee, I can't imagine why) like Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors basketball team.

When Trump heard he didn't want to visit the White House he did the only thing a responsible mature president would do - NOT! 

He rescinded the White House invitation for the whole team (who by the way, hadn't decided if they were going to visit or not). Coach Kerr gave the kindergartner in the Oval Office something to think about when he defended people's right to protest.

Thanks to Trump's twitter addiction, we can be sure he'll continue to try to dismantle our society. He is the great divider - not uniter.

It's also fair to say Trump has also stoked the fires of racism in this country like a little kid toasting marshmallow's. Sad. 

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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