Thursday, February 9, 2017

Stumble enough and you might fall...

On Thursday, White House official Kellyanne Conway promoted Ivanka Trump's clothing line in a television interview. In an exchange with Fox & Friends...

the trumpster in the dumpster has a huckster in the buck$ter.

Kellyanne Conway was hit with a formal ethics complaint shortly after the counselor to the president urged viewers of Fox & Friends to buy products from Ivanka Trump’s line. Filed by the watchdog Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington with the Office of Government Ethics and White House Counsel’s Office, the complaint claims Conway’s remarks violated federal law and ethics regulations.

The trumpster in the dumpster needs folks with a better fetchin' up!

The DECISION is on-line HERE [a PDF]

Monday, February 6, 2017

new DANCE in town...

Around Washington D.C, there is a new dance in Town...

it's called

the Trump Misstep

When it comes to a basic civics lesson on "checks and balances,"

During the telephone hearing, the lawyer representing the Justice Department, August Flentje, argued that the President had wide powers relating to immigration and national security. He further contended that federal judges did not have the power to review Trump's executive order. (Idiocy on steroids!)

Federalist No. 51, titled: The Structure of the Government Must Furnish the Proper Checks and Balances Between the Different Departments, is an essay by James Madison.

Trump is taking "a real spanking" over some of his most obvious missteps.
Besides, he's boring!

The judge that placed a stay on Trump's "exclude Muslims" memo included a civics lesson for the thrumster in the dumpster. Trump won't read it (but someone in his immediate circle of advisors might).

I await the midterm elections...

"...the most annoying thing about Donald Trump may end up being this: He forced us to devote so much of our lives to a man who is, fundamentally, a bore."