Monday, November 27, 2017


The problem with almost all the news articles that mention Trump's latest dumb-ass remark is that they have sound that automatically plays while you are reading. Sorry, no. I do not want to hear that cracker's voice.
He's a repulsive piece of trash.

Anyhow, what he said today was:

"You were here long before any of us were here, although we have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago. They call her Pocahontas. But do you know what? I like you."

No wonder Putin likes him.

The man is vile.

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Anonymous said...

Wasn't it stereotypical of Warren to "prove" her Native American heritage by claiming she had high cheek bones?

The back of the hill said...

How is that relevant in the context of honouring native American code talkers?

It is relevant somehow, isn't it? Did she say anything about the Navajo yesterday while in the White House receiving them? I wasn't aware that she was there. Or that they were in the same room attending the same event. But surely it's relevant, yes?

In the same way that Trump referring to Warren was precisely and exactly relevant to their service in WWII, and that mentioning her by his nickname for her directly tied in to the fact that they were there next to him.

You see that relevance. I don't. Perhaps you will be kind enough to explain it to me, as well as tying it in eloquently and logically to your rhetorical question above.

Please simple words and speak slowly, as I am a bit dense.

Anonymous said...

All that took place under the gaze of a portrait of Trump's hero, Andrew Jackson, who enthusiastically supported slavery and the ethnic cleansing of Amerindians.

Both are vile.

Both have theatrically bad hairstyles.


Anonymous said...

Ironically, Andrew Jackson was accused of lying about his age, he was supposedly born at sea and not a natural born citizen

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