Thursday, August 27, 2015

Why don't Bobby Jindal and Ted Cruz run for president using their real first names?

Bobby Jindal's real first name is Piyush. Piyush Jindal.

And Ted Cruz's real first name is Rafael. Rafael Edward Cruz.

Piyush, according to Wikipedia, is a Hindi name which means nectar or ambrosia.

"Ambrosia is sometimes depicted in ancient art as distributed by a nymph labeled with that name," [according to Wiki]

Well ok, I guess if I was afraid the liberal media PC jackals might depict me as a Greek nymph surrounded by bees and hummingbirds I'd change my name to Bobby too. But other than that I can't think of any good reason why they don't use their real names -- especially given the rich diversity of multicultural (and metrosexual in the case of Donald Trump) Republican nominees to chose from. Can you?

Triumph der Trumpf

Shadows of 1934

The New York Times:

Donald Trump Fails to Fill Alabama Stadium, but Fans’ Zeal Is Undiminished

AUG. 21, 2015

“Please focus your attention to the eastern sky,” a man’s voice announced on the loudspeakers at one point, “for the arrival in Mobile, Ala., of the next president of the United States, Donald J. Trump.” As advertised, Mr. Trump’s jet soon passed over the stadium.

By the time of the flyover, some Trump fans had been at the stadium for about 12 hours, attracted to an event whose potential for scale and boisterousness surged as the week went on.


Although Mr. Trump has drawn criticism for unveiling few detailed policy proposals, many of his supporters said they were unbothered.

“When he gets in there, he’ll figure it out,” said Amanda Mancini, who said she had traveled from California to see Mr. Trump. “So we do have to trust him, but he has something that we can trust in. We can look at the Trump brand, we can look at what he’s done, and we can say that’s how he’s done everything.”

Still, others said they had plenty of advice for the man they regularly identified in conversation as “Mr. Trump.”

“Hopefully, he’s going to sit there and say, ‘When I become elected president, what we’re going to do is we’re going to make the border a vacation spot, it’s going to cost you $25 for a permit, and then you get $50 for every confirmed kill,’ ” said Jim Sherota, 53, who works for a landscaping company. “That’d be one nice thing.”


An Energized White Nationalist Movement Rallies Behind Trump’s Immigration Plan - READ MORE AT: Southern Poverty Law Center

Ku Klucks Ditto Klan


RUSH LIMBAUGH: In the case of the... I'm gonna stop calling this illegal immigration 'cause I really don't think that's what this is. I think... Well, I wouldn't go so far as to call it a trap. But it does cause a different way of thinking about it. If people could change their attitude of what's happening and look at it as an invasion -- or if you don't like that term, how about this? How about "colonization"? The left hates that term, right? Okay, if the word "invasion" is too much for you, if that makes you uncomfortable -- you don't want to think of the daily border crossings as an invasion -- then think of it as colonization.

They're not assimilating. There is no desire to assimilate, and we are not forcing it. We are making it very easy for subcultures to exist as subsets of the American culture or with no relationship to the American culture, and it's destructive.

Just like Stalin. Via Wiki:

Population transfer in the Soviet Union may be classified into the following broad categories: deportations of "anti-Soviet" categories of population, often classified as "enemies of workers," deportations of entire nationalities, labor force transfer, and organized migrations in opposite directions to fill the ethnically cleansed territories.

During the 1930s, categorisation of so-called enemies of the people shifted from the usual Marxist–Leninist, class-based terms, such as kulak, to ethnic-based ones. The partial removal of potentially trouble-making ethnic groups was a technique used consistently by Joseph Stalin during his career; between 1935 and 1938 alone, at least nine different nationalities were deported.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Trump 16 / Duke 92

Take a moment to read this New York Times story from the 1992 Republican nomination race.

Duke Takes His Anger Into 1992 Race
Published: December 5, 1991
New York Times

WASHINGTON, Dec. 4— David Duke, the former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan who polarized Louisiana politics with his angry campaigns against welfare and affirmative action, announced today that he was entering the race for the Republican Presidential nomination.

Mr. Duke, who declared his candidacy in a packed news conference at the National Press Building here, accused President Bush of "selling out" the Republican Party by signing a new civil rights bill, by raising taxes and by failing to protect American workers from foreign competition.

The former Klansman and one-time neo-Nazi touched on nearly every volatile issue in American politics: immigration, taxes, crime, racial preferences, "the welfare illegitimate birth rate," the undermining of "Christian society" to the point "where we can't even sing Christmas carols in many of our public schools anymore." Racial Allusions in Speech

[...] On the subject of trade, he said, "We must go to the Japanese and say, 'You no buy our rice, we no buy your cars.' "


Mr. Duke said today that he believed immigration policies would be a major issue in the election, arguing that "the time has come in America to limit and stop the illegal immigration into our society." He added: "What's happening is, we are unraveling. We're losing our way. This country is overwhelmingly European descent. It's overwhelmingly Christian. And if we lose our underpinning, I think we're going to lose the foundations of America."


David Duke: Duke's plan for stemming the flow of illegal aliens into the United States called for sealing the border. "I'd make the Mexican-American border almost like a Maginot Line," he said, referring to a system of heavy fortifications that France built on its eastern border before World War II. He said he would prohibit businesses from hiring illegal aliens, round up all the illegal aliens, and deport them. He laid out his plan on October 16, 1977, as he and Tom Metzger, his California grand dragon, toured the San Ysidro Port of Entry near San Diego. -  [Tyler Bridges / The Rise of David Duke, page 67]

Donald Trump: "I will build a great wall — and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me —and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words."

"We're going to keep the families together ... but they have to go."


David Duke Endorses Trump (Via Crooks and Liars)

 "I praise the fact that he’s come out on the immigration issue," Duke explained. "That he’s an entrepreneur and he has a good sense of what people want to hear what they want to buy."

"And I think he realizes that his path to popularity toward power in the Republican Party is talking about the immigration issue," the radio host continued. "And he has really said some incredibly great things recently. So whatever his motivation, I don’t give a damn. I really like the fact that he’s speaking out on this greatest immediate threat to the American people."

"I’ve said from the beginning I think his campaign is good in the sense that it’s bringing these issues to a discussion which we have to have in America. And he’s continuing to move the envelope further and I think he understands the real sentiment of America."

Pat Buchanan (1991): "The way to deal with Mr. Duke is the way the GOP dealt with the far more formidable challenge of George Wallace. Take a hard look at Duke's portfolio of winning issues; and expropriate those not in conflict with GOP principals."

~::~ EXTRA ~::~

READ MORE --- Trump and Duke (and others) compared.



"Special Rights" for Rand

"Washington (CNN)—Kentucky's Republican Party voted Saturday to move their presidential nominating event from a May primary to a March caucus -- a victory for Sen. Rand Paul, who will be able to seek re-election to the Senate while continuing his White House bid." (CNN - Mon August 24, 2015)

Now, Rand Paul can fail on two election fronts. So he's headed to Alaska to pan for delegates and squirrel away some nuts. It's going to be a long cold campaign winter for Special Randy.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Farkus Dill - 2016

Is Ted Cruz to Donald Trump what Grover Dill was to Scut Farkus?

Scut Farkus (right) and his toadie confederate Grover Dill (left)

"I welcome Donald Trump's immigration proposal. Virtually every element in the proposal he submitted is contained within legislation that I filed years ago in the Untied States Senate,” Ted Cruz - Washington Post 8/19/2015
Cruz, who was born in Canada to an American mother and Cuban father, has struck up a friendly relationship with Trump, which may be an attempt to court the front-runner's large following of supporters. A Cruz campaign spokesperson didn't respond to messages seeking comment. - 8/20/2015

Monday, August 17, 2015

Bobby Jindal Performs Major Exorcism to Rid Public Square of Trumpfiend

douenaldus bellicosus daemonium

Bobby Jindal has decided to exorcise the body politic of the archfiend Donald Trump. After consulting the Rituale Romanum and conferring with The International Association of Exorcists in Rome Jindal has concluded that the only way to save his own political campaign from obsolescence is to take the leadership role and confront the pestilence head on.

"I’ve decided to randomly put his name into my remarks at various points, thereby ensuring that the news media will cover what I have to say.” (Washington Post)
By repeating the name of the malevolent Trump over and over again in his stump speeches and television appearances Jindal believes he will shift media focus away from the merciless tormentor and onto his own increasingly listless mission. Thereby evicting the unholy affliction from the media spotlight and clearing the way for Jindal Triumphant to prevail victorious. Exult and be joyful!

Looks good. Until Trump vomits all over him in front of a corn dog stand in Iowa.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Mike Huckabee thinks America should be more like:

Russia, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine, Serbia and the Republic of Abkhazia. Each of these countries use a flat tax system.

Dr. Ben Carson's Biblical tithe plan is essentially a 10% flat tax. Just like in Albania, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Mongolia, and the Republic of Abkhazia. 

More countries that have a flat tax system  (Wiki page)

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Alan Keyes: Still Crazy After All These Years

Remember Alan Keyes? He ran for president a few times back in the old days. 1996, 2000 and 2008 to be exact. If you are under the age of twenty-two you probably don't remember Alan Keyes or all the whacky things Alan Keyes said back then. But Alan is still bouncing around saying a whacky thing or two when he gets around to it, so, you're in luck! He's done it again.

Recently AK submitted an op-ed - to something with the menacing brand name BarbWire - in which he holds forth on the subject of Donald Trump. Who, he concludes, is in actuality a leftist Democrat and a socialist. And - as if it couldn't be more sinister than that - a "competent" socialist to boot! "Trump stands for socialism, competently imposed," Dr. Keyes explains.

Trump has been outspoken in his criticism of the incompetent launch of Obamacare. But that’s not because he opposes socialist healthcare. He has in fact repeatedly said that he’s "a liberal" on healthcare. He has long favored a single payer system. During the GOP’s recent mock-up of a debate (more like overdone personal bickering than debating) he was clear about his position, going so far as to claim that "It works well in Canada. It works incredibly well in Scotland." Trump doesn’t oppose socialism. He opposes what he sees as the incompetent administration of socialism.
Keyes then proceeds to invoke the experience of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who was imprisoned in the Soviet Union - or Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) - in 1945 for his criticism of Joseph Stalin's handling of the war.

Solzhenitsyn well understood, the real objection to the socialist ideology isn’t just its failure to deliver "the goods." It’s the fact that it invites people to understand those goods in strictly materialistic terms. By doing so socialism denies the spirit God shares with humanity, thereby endangering our living souls. But exactly what significance do spirit and soul have for someone like Donald Trump, who professes to be a Christian, yet frankly admits that he has never seriously sought God’s forgiveness. Instead, he says, if and when he has sinned, he just fixes it himself. This is precisely the delusion that lies at the heart of the socialist ideology– the delusion of God-denying self-sufficiency that obscures the intangible essence of human being, so that people may be regarded as nothing more than complex arrangements of soulless matter, no more intrinsically significant than the dust. The literally atrocious aspects of the socialist regimes of the 20th century were not a function of the incompetence with which they were administered. They were the inevitable result of the degraded view of human personality the socialist ideology entails and inculcates.
Ok, got that? Socialism is bad, "endangering our living souls" - "the spirit God shares with humanity," and so forth. And Stalin's Soviet Union is historical evidence of what "socialist ideology entails and inculcates." Just ask Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Keeping in mind that Stalin became a dictator controlling a single party communist nation/state.

Also keep in mind that Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act ( Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance) in 1935 (ten years before Stalin deposited Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in a gulag) and the Rural Electrification Administration which was created about three months earlier in May of 1935.

By all indications these were and are socialist programs which would no doubt qualify as a "failure to deliver the goods," as Dr. Keyes would no doubt complain.

But does Keyes really believe that all those homes and farms in Nebraska and Kansas and the mountains of Appalachia were better off before they could turn electric lights on and off in their homes and barns and businesses? Before they could heat their homes in winter with electrical thangs and keep food cold with refrigeration. Listen to radios, pump water from a ground well into their homes and so on?

Does Keyes really think that all those people who benefited from the Rural Electrification program were denied "the spirit God shares with humanity" because they could turn on a table lamp and sit in bed and read the bible after sundown?

Does he believe that all those people who have benefited from Social Security through the years have been reduced to "soulless matter, no more intrinsically significant than the dust" because of it?

What Keyes is doing here is attempting to use conflation to marry socialism, "Obamacare" and single payer healthcare to Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union, godless materialism, and tyranny. It's an absurdity of course but Keyes is a master of absurdity.

Conflation occurs when the identities of two or more individuals, concepts, or places, sharing some characteristics of one another, seem to be a single identity — the differences appear to become lost. In logic, it is the practice of treating two distinct concepts as if they were one, which produces errors or misunderstandings as a fusion of distinct subjects tends to obscure analysis of relationships which are emphasized by contrasts. However, if the distinctions between the two concepts appear to be superficial, intentional conflation may be desirable for the sake of conciseness and recall.

The overall objective of course is to impress upon his readers the belief in a unity of adversarial particulars. In this case not only what he perceives as socialistic/socialist programs (Obamacare, single payer etc..) but also those he attacks as liberals on the left and "GOP quislings" (2016 presidential candidates) who are part of an "elitist faction sham" on the right.

I’m tempted to believe that no self-respecting conservative could possibly be that thoughtless, but then I remember that many "conservatives" who still accept the GOP delusion are self-professed, not self-respecting. If they were the latter, they would cast aside the elitist faction’s sham two-party con game, and devote all their energy to building an authentically conservative political vehicle, compatible with the provisions of the U.S. Constitution and the liberty of the American people. They would also reject, out of hand, whichever candidate the elitist faction sham sends forth to beguile us into surrendering it. Donald Trump is such a candidate. So in fact are all the men and woman who have "made their bones" in either of the elitist gangs now masquerading as opposing political parties
All these different parts then become - Keyes wants you to believe - a dangerous unified whole where the eventual consequences of their decisions and actions can be measured in a creeping Stalinesque type tyranny and ultimately a nation reduced to a Godless, soulless void.

Adolf Hitler, writing in Mein Kampf, put it this way:

"It belongs to the genius of a great leader to make even adversaries far removed from one another seem to belong to a single category... a multiplicity of different adversaries must always be combined so that in the eyes of the masses of one's supporters the struggle is directed against only one enemy."

I assume that Alan Keyes is more or less familiar with modern plumbing and the concept of municipal public sewage systems. Which are, for the most part, a socialistic endeavor. In any case, I also assume that on occasion Keyes has found himself plopped down on the pot - insert Godly soul-deep contemplation here - in some town or city with a functioning socialist municipal sewage infrastructure.

Does Dr. Keyes believe that every time he flushes "the goods" down the Godless can a little bit of his "intangible essence of human being" is incompetently carried away down the drain?

Uh, yeah, he's probably just crazy enough to think so.

See link: 
trump stands for socialism competently imposed

Friday, August 14, 2015

The Spirit of God Hovers Over Midtown Manhattan

Jesus and Donald Trump: who can tell the difference?
A close reading

The Bible famously documents how God created the world, but so does The Art of the Deal – except Trump is God and the world an investment in the Holiday Inn.

By Adam Gabbatt
The Guardian
Friday, August 14, 2015

The Guardian

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Operation Huge Deal - The Clinton / Trump Email Connection

Many true conservatives who believe in freedom and liberty and Jesus and Christmas and Ronald Reagan and low taxes and the Mayflower and American exceptionalism  and other stuff  like that also find it hard to believe that Donald Trump is really a true-blue red blooded conservative who also believes all those things I just mentioned. Instead, they think that Trump may be some kind of secret Bohemian Grove Demorat mole running some kind of cunning Operation Chaos false flag black-op game from within the Republican party.

On Wednesday afternoon a caller to the Rush Limbaugh radio show revealed such skepticism when she had this to say about The Donald:
CALLER: Great. (giggles) I just had a comment.  I'm just been very frustrated to see people flock to Trump.  I recognize he has this persona of no fear, he's not politically correct, but to me there's little difference between him and Obama.  Their beliefs, their character, are very similar.  The only difference I see is Trump uses his own money to get what he wants and Obama uses --
CALLER:  Well, what I mean is their character is very similar.  He's very liberal. He has very little standards.  I mean, he's even said he supports the health care system. You know, he thinks he can just mow over people. He says he hires people and he gets what he wants with money.  He said that's why he supported Hillary Clinton was to get what he wanted. 
RUSH:  Well, there are some people that think Trump is a closet liberal.  There are some people who think that he's a wide open liberal who has enough conservative philosophy mixed in to convince people.  So you're not alone in this, and Trump has been asked this question, and he says, "Hey, everybody changes. We all change."  He uses Reagan.  "You know, Reagan used to be a big Democrat.  I knew Reagan!  Reagan was a great guy.  Reagan loved me!  Did you know that?  Reagan loved Trump.  Did you know that?  You probably didn't know that.  Trump was loved by Reagan.  Reagan was a big Democrat.  We talked about!  We talked about it!" 

And now we have at least one top secret Clinton email which appears to establish a direct connection between Hillary and The Donald (TD=The Donald).

click image for clearer view

An email exchange which dates back to May of 2015. The same time frame given by Trump's campaign staff confirming a phone conversation between Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.

Is this correspondence a smoking gun? And aren't guns a good thing? Especially if they are smoking.

What the email appears to reveal is that there was some kind of arrangement between the Clinton's and Trump (TDNo1@TrumpTowers)  to launch a false flag campaign operation of some kind at some point. Note the reference to Operation Huge Deal (OHD) and Hillary's "false flag" with smiley-face codespeak. Clearly signaling her approval.

It's difficult to say for sure what any of this may actually mean or what it may have to do with any political campaign - if at all - and perhaps it is nothing more than a reference to a dinner party on Martha's Vineyard ("The birds are in the vineyard"). Ok, but, the reference to "hats" is additionally interesting. The Trump campaign is, in fact, fond of hats with the slogan "Make America Great Again" printed on them. We know that for sure. But do people wear hats to dinner parties on Martha's Vineyard? It's certainly possible.

And what to make of Hillary's "false flag" comment? Is this a reference to some kind of tradecraft or, instead, to some kind of wife swapping "party game" ("Maybe best party game ever") that rich powerful elite political insider people like to play when they are on vacation? Could that explain the presence of hats -- whoever they are or whatever that means. Maybe someone at the Women's Fabian Society will be able to provide some clarification here.

And who is DK and why would anyone want to shit on his or her airplane?

I guess plenty of questions remain unanswered and until I can finish sorting through all of the flash drives - that I got from a guy who called himself "The Manticle" - those unanswered questions will almost certainly remain unanswered. NOTE: If you never hear from me again - I think we'll have our answer.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

There's A Carly On Your Tail...

Her blood is running cold as hail. Take a look behind, let your staff unwind. If ya think she's not a threat, I warned you don't forget. Carly on your tail!

Carly Fiorina gets a bump up the food chain following the Republican presidential debate on August 6th. Fiorina has also taken a few long distance lunges at front runner Donald Trump who still leads in the polls following a frantic venomous biting frenzy over the last few days. Fiorina, however, appears to be gaining ground on Trump if the current polls are any indication. Like some kind of ground cuckoo stalking a fattened pit viper busy digesting a squeaky little Rand Paul, or whatever is left of Lindsey Graham, the preoccupied Donald may not be aware that there is a another predator sneaking up from behind.

It's like Animal Planet - but with talking animals!

The Donald of Arabia

Trump International Golf Club, Dubai.

This is why Rush Limbaugh is falling all over himself to stay on The Donald's happy side.

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 A variety of membership levels are available at each club and members can enjoy certain reciprocity benefits* between clubs as well.

In addition, members have the opportunity to enroll in TRUMP CARD®, an exciting privileges program providing exclusive benefits from the Trump® Hotel Collection to enjoy when staying at our luxury hotel destinations in New York City (Central Park & SoHo), Chicago, Las Vegas, Waikiki, Toronto, Panama and most recently Doral Golf Resort & Spa Miami.

 Membership has its rewards.

Especially if you play golf in pajamas that make you look like a gigantic cucumber fairy or something plucked from a jiggling vine growing in Ms. Janis and Ms. Demas Magic Garden.

If El Rushbo lines up his putts just right maybe a President Trump will appoint him US ambassador to Dubai - or governor of Puerto Rico - or something... and he can waddle around the fabulous manicured greens every day for free for evermore.

He could relocate his golden microphone underneath a chandelier in Trump's West Palm Beach clubhouse and broadcast important Trump administration press releases concerning feminazi uprisings and economic redevelopment plans to turn the entire state of West Virginia into one big international mini-golf complex and casino and oxycontin theme park. Creating thousands of miles of renovated luxury mine shaft ATV trails and thousands of satellite dish washing jobs. It'll be HUGE!

Monday, August 10, 2015


The Donald is hacking his way through the conservative movement like some kind of barbarous Bilderberg butcher with a jungle machete. The Madman of Mar-A-Lago blood feud with FOX News Republican party debate moderator Megyn Kelly has escalated to further mayhem as critics on the Right scramble for cover or take turns lobbing fiery bags of caca at the HUGE lumbering monster unloosed in their midst.

The recent cancellation of Trumps scheduled keynote address to Erick Erickson's Red State hootenanny in Atlanta is one such instance. Erickson pronounced Trump dead to him in a Facebook posting prior to the event:
"It is unfortunate to have to disinvite him. But I just don't want someone on stage who gets a hostile question from a lady and his first inclination is to imply it was hormonal. It just was wrong,"

"He is not a professional politician and is known for being a blunt talker. But there are even lines blunt talkers and unprofessional politicians should not cross. Decency is one of those lines."

Yes, yes, sure... this from a guy who is no stranger to bluntly belly-flopping into the sewage lagoon on more than one occasion himself. The guy who once publically referred to Supreme Court Justice David Souter as a "goat fucking child molester" and Michelle Obama a "Marxist harpy wife"... among other crossed lines of decency.

But, suddenly, Erickson has discovered the slippery tyrannical slope of political correctness too difficult to avoid himself and so, away he goes down the slippery slide, like a fat kid on an inner tube at a waterpark.

The Trumpenstein monster, for his part, responded to Erickson's cut-n-run down the chute by calling him a "total loser" and a "deviant". So take that, Erickson, you insipid ham faced oaf!

None of this conservative movement mucky-muck histrionics has deterred The Donald from carrying on with his glorious bloody march to the sea... with Tea Party lemmings in tow according to tiny presidential challenger Rand Paul who Trump characterized as a "spoiled brat without a properly functioning brain". Can't you just hear the sound of Rand Paul's little sapling-like bones snapping and cracking and crunching as The Butcher of Bedminster hacks away at him with his huge bloody jungle machete? Let freedom ring! Survival of the fittest! It's like an unfettered free market bloodbath in the sub-prime securitization sector. Or something like that.

Hey, this ain't no "crunchy-con" feely deal we got here.
This is cunning cold blooded cutthroat-con-man art of the deal.

I'm not sure what Trump's plans are for the future of his presidential campaign (assuming he even has any actual plans for anything) but at some point he will have to select a vice presidential running mate who will capture the romantic bloody-eyed imaginations of all the same nutters who are currently following him around wingnut town they way Kampfbund cranks followed their hero out of the Burgerbraukeller in November 1923. [don't give me that Godwin's Law bullshit.]

But, somewhere along his bloody campaign trail of fear and bellicosity, Trump may need to offer some kind of reparations to Roger Ailes. Afterall, it was one of the Ailes soldiers who he disrespected in the first place. Perhaps Trump will agree to welcome Fox and Friends co-host Gretchen Carlson aboard the Make America Great Again bluster-bus as his vice presidential running mate. Thereby rebuilding some credibility in the cherish the ladies department as well as assuaging any sore lady eye sockets - or whereverparts - that may still be smarting from his earlier - what's the word - indiscretion(s).

Did you know that Michele Bachmann used to be Gretchen Carlson's nanny? Neither did I. Not until George Will told me about it.

When she [Bachmann] was a teenager in Anoka, Minn., she was a nanny for a young girl named Gretchen Carlson. Today, Carlson, a Stanford honors graduate who studied at Oxford, is a host of "Fox & Friends," the morning show on -- wouldn't you know -- Fox News Channel. See how far ahead the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy plans?

Bloody perfect. And I'm pretty sure Carlson wears a wig.

The bloody scene is bloody sad
The bloody news is bloody bad
The bloody deal is bloody spiel
The bloody polls is bloody real
The bloody gaffe is bloody chaff
Makes me wanna bloody laugh
It's bloody huge to be top clown
In Angry Wingnut Circus Town
(apologies to John Cooper Clarke)

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