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This is some next level sh*!

This is the headline from today’s Slate.  Spend a moment parsing this….

White House Warns Reporters Not to Report on Instructions About Not Reporting on Thursday’s Press Conference

A Trump supporter is someone who does not think the press has a role other than to report the Pumpkin’s propaganda.

A Trump supporter has no f*ing clue what America is, or should be.  Sickening.

Replace Ryan!

Randy Bryce is the candidate for Congress from Wisconsin’s 1st district who does NOT want to murder people for not being rich.

Because that is what the Rethuglican health care plan amounts to: be rich, or die.

https://randybryceforcongress.com.   I’m just sayin’.



One might even say, record-setting!

The impossibility of parodying this clown show continues apace.

The Many Faces…

of President Pumpkin!  I just stumbled onto the charming, tumblresque blog called 1001 Trumps.  Today’s offering,

For reasons I am sure they would appreciate, I hope they never get to the point of having been able to post all 1001.


Time for a Jam Session

Put Pumpkin behind the 8-ball.  Jam his brand.

There’s an autoplaying video at this link.  As you know, I hate, hate, HATE autoplaying videos.  Screw that; go watch this one.

Hit him where he lives, in the wallet.

From the article:

Here’s the good news: as the recent travails of Pepsi, United, and Fox News tell us, brands have their own special vulnerabilities. And that can be useful, as long as you understand precisely what promise a brand has made to its customers.

It’s a phenomenon I’ve been studying for a long time, ever since I started writing about brand-based pressure campaigns and boycotts in the mid-1990s, research that turned into my first book, No Logo: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies. What I learned is that any brand – no matter how seemingly amoral – can be significantly weakened with the right tactics.

So, with that in mind, here’s a quick-and-easy guide for doing battle with the president in the only language he understands – his own brand.

After the election, residents of Trump Place in NYC petitioned for, and got, this:

SETH WENIG/AP  (story)

It can be done.  So fly, my pretties!  Fly!


This NY Times story just dials up the through-the-looking-glass nature of the Pumpkin presidency to 11.

President Pumpkin with cabinet members at the White House on Monday, in a meeting in which they paid tribute to him one by one. Credit: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Pres. Pumpkin called a cabinet meeting to collect flattery from his Secretaries.  (just let that roll around on the tongue for a moment before continuing.) At that meeting, with a press audience, he said,

I will say that never has there been a president, with few exceptions — in the case of F.D.R. he had a major Depression to handle — who’s passed more legislation, who’s done more things than what we’ve done… We’ve been about as active as you can possibly be and at a just about record-setting pace.

The NYT, still somewhat anchored in reality, then pointed out that Pumpkin

…has yet to sign any major legislation since taking office. His effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was delayed after a failed first attempt, and his administration is months away from unveiling either a major tax cut package or the sweeping infrastructure plan he has promised.

Then the oaths of loyalty and declarations of praise commenced.  Reince Priebus possibly won the day,  offering this gilded turd: “We thank you for the opportunity and the blessing to serve your agenda.”  zOMFSM, read the whole story for more.  If you have a strong stomach.

Of course, Priebus’ job is rumored to be in danger.  He’ll probably be out of work by Labor Day, to make a conservative estimate.  He likely doesn’t think so but I think that will be the real blessing.

Follow That Twitter

I read a little Twitter but it’s not my thing.  Yes, I cross-post this blog at @Kahomono, but other than that I am not very active anywhere but Google+.

And I have said here a couple times, the Pumpkin’s tweets are a lot of things.  Some of them might be illegal, and they are surely a distraction.  They don’t really have the weight of an executive order, but they can steal a news cycle more than most executive orders.  Covfefe, anyone?

This Twitter account, @RealPressSecBot, is doing something brilliant.  By formatting all of Pumpkin’s tweets like this,

it makes the point – wordlessly – that if it cannot be taken seriously, it should not be stated by the President.  And if it can be taken seriously, it should not be a m-f-ing TWEET!

Most, of course, will be in the first bucket.


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