To the Point

There comes a time in every epoch when pragmatism simply evolves into extreme acquiescence and surrender to the forces of apathy and do-nothingness, a guarantor of the status quo in all of its easy, democratic criminality--its fortress of greed.--TL Simons

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Detritus: Questions, Sideshows, and Liz Warren

Why do people waste ink on Donald Trump?

For the same reason they have from the onset.  A clown show that big media find irresistible. Ratings, rating, clicks, ratings and more clicks.

Sell me some toilet paper, the softer on my arse the better!

It is pathetic.  Even Liz Warren is like an obvious child now, ranting against the presumptive loser. She's wasting her time.

It's a good way to avoid expressing anything important, I guess. But she's being as foolish as the rest of the sideshow players.

I used to like Liz a little.  Now she's just evolved into another political hooligan.

Trump doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell to become prez.  The GOP is a joke.  Those not plotting against him in a convention coup have already jumped ship to Hillary.

Trump has his shrinking pool of thoughtless bastards.  We can't get rid of them as a society.  What is the point of trying when a real education is forbidden?

How many times can people cry fascist in a polity of oligarchs?  Minds are made up.  But you need to know that both parties trend toward fascism.

I read that Clinton is vaingloriously trying to win over the other dynastic shit clown, G.W. Bush, praising his time in the Oval Office now, trying to shovel in the neocons who are already, hilariously, in her corner. Another sideshow like this abysmal crap.

That's politics as they say.  She's certainly a malleable beach, I do have to confess.  She has about as much loyalty to her base as hubby Bill had for their marriage.  But then again, "times they are achangin."

But nothing will tear her from her ultimate loyalty.

Clinton and Trump, unless he's unseated in Cleveland.

Some fucking choice.  At least there is this in store for Philly.

It'll be interesting to see what happens in the Cleveland coup if it happens. The reaction from the far right ought to be interesting.

Some real potential for bloodshed would come out of it I do believe. Votes are stolen and locked up and rigged from the get-go.  When the right discovers this there could be problems.

Maybe the Trumpeters will be the first to show a sign of life and authentic anger.  They after all own the majority of the semi-automatics that do the damage in schools, movie theaters and dance halls these days.

I tend to agree with this guy's thinking.

"There must be some kind of way outta here said the joker to the thief."--Bob Dylan


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