Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Sex With The Ex

Sure he's an abusive, lying racist shitbag who you know for sure will rip you off, destroy your credit, wreck your car and leave you by the curb fucked over and vomiting blood.

But still, there's just something about that man...

Here is what David Brooks' favorite bilaterally-symmetrical Conservative cartoon character  ("a gracious and ecumenical legislator" who loves "C.S. Lewis and Jeff Shaara, not political polemicists") said four days ago:
"Donald Trump should withdraw and Mike Pence should be our nominee effective immediately," [South Dakota Republican senator John] Thune tweeted from his official Senate Twitter account Saturday afternoon.
Not four years ago.  Or four months.  Or even Fournier.

Four.  Days. Ago.

Here is what he said today:
South Dakota Sen. John Thune said he will likely still support Donald Trump for president despite calling on him to step aside as the Republican nominee.

"I intend to support the nominee of our party and if anything should change, then I'll let you know, but he's got a lot of work to do, I think, if he's going to have any hope of winning this election," Thune told the Sioux Falls CBS affiliate KELOLand Television on Tuesday.
Republican senator Deb "Jellyspine" Fischer has also gone crawling back (from the Wall Street Journal):
Sens. Thune, Fischer Change Tune on Donald Trump
Two Republican senators said Tuesday they would vote for Donald Trump after urging the GOP presidential nominee to step aside in a sign that the weekend exodus of GOP support away from Mr. Trump has not only ended, but is changing course.

Facing a backlash from angered Trump supporters, both GOP Sens. Deb Fischer of Nebraska and John Thune of South Dakota said they would vote for their party’s nominee in November.

Mr. Thune was the highest-ranking member of Senate GOP leadership to call over the weekend for Mr. Trump to leave the ticket and be replaced by his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence...
After calling for Trump to get out of the race four days ago --
Rep. Scott Garrett Denounces Donald Trump Over Sexist Comments
"I am appalled that he would brag about violating a woman's physical boundaries. As a husband and father of two daughters, I denounce his comments and the behavior that it incites," Garrett said. "I believe that Mike Pence would be the best nominee for the Republican Party to defeat Hillary Clinton."
-- Republican hero Scott Garrett or New Jersey has also climbed obediently back on the Trump Train:
Despite Unease With Trump’s Words, Garrett Says He Will Still Vote for Party Nominee
As has Congressman Bradley "I was just kidding!  God!  Can't you people take a fucking joke!" Byrne:
Rep. Bradley Byrne clarifies position on Donald Trump: Supporting GOP ticket

U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne said Tuesday that he plans to support the Republican ticket on Nov. 8.

Byrne's position on the presidential race comes after his office issued a critical news release on Saturday that said GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump was unfit for the presidency.

Byrne clarified his stance on Tuesday in replies to a series of Tweets. He said he will not support Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, and pledged his backing of the GOP ticket.

"He will support the Republican ticket on Election Day, as he has pledged to do all along," said Seth Morrow, Byrne's spokesman. "He just believes that person should be Mike Pence."

Byrne, in his Saturday statement, said Trump "cannot defeat" Clinton and urged the New York real estate developer to "step aside and allow" Pence, the Indiana governor, to "lead the Republican ticket."...
You know, it's bad enough to watch these loathsome creatures publicly selling their souls to an orange fire demon and his berserk horde.  

But it is ever so much more gruesomely entertaining to see them publicly hiking up their bustles, bending over and offering to rent their souls out at soak-and-poke hourly motel rates.


Anonymous said...

Musical accompaniment - courtesy of The Donald - to celebrate their somewhat-less-than-triumphant return to the fold...

Neo Tuxedo said...

"Let all the poisons that lurk in the mud hatch out."
-- Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, as written by Robert Graves

RossK said...

Is a 'Fournier' a unit of tesseract time?

You know that highly anticipated, but never quite reached, femtosecond when the middle tries valiantly to become both ends of the spectrum at exactly the same time in exactly the same dark corner of the Nixon Library basement where they hide the Bebe Rebozo oval office ivory tie clips and gold-lined money bags.


Robt said...

It was so inspirational when I read Jerry Falwell Jr say he, "would support Trump even if he committed rape".

It is possible Jerry already does supports that rapist.

Jerry Jr. is most likely hearing voices telling him to do it. It is just that the voices he hears is coming from an AM radio.
But when it comes to Jerry Jr., one can never be sure but the radio nearby is talking to him.
Very suspicious...!