December 3, 2016

Saturday Funnies: "I have not yet begun to gloat"

"You know what, as painful and as excruciatingly long as it was... in retrospect this was the most fun election ever."

Just when Democrats and Moonbats think it's safe to go back in the political waters, Joe Dan Gorman releases, on IntellectualFroglegs.com, "No Rules for Radicals." Funny and insightful and with a down home and homespun flavor that should be bottled and poured over your Moonbat Babyback Ribs at your January celebration barbecues. Joe Dan takes us back over the campaign trail and into the dawning of the age of Trump. With this caveat:

"Now while we are rooting for President-Elect Trump to succeed wildly—we are sycophants of no one. We will hold Trump’s feet to the fire, but only when needed. We are not going to scrutinize and micromanage his every move.

"We knew Trump was apolitical and unpredictable…and no doubt he will have us all scratching our heads at times. But with a history of success that is second to none— Donald Trump for lack of a better word— backs up his bullsh*t like no other.

"So for now… Donald Trump has earned my trust— until he doesn’t.

Popcorn. Full screen. Sit back and enjoy as much as you enjoyed The Buster Brown Show with Froggie and his rollicking sidekick Andy Devine.

"It's the holidays. Enjoy them. Turn off the idiots in the media and bask in the glorious fact that Hillary Clinton will NEVER be our President."

Posted by gerardvanderleun at December 3, 2016 8:14 AM
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Thanks for the early Christmas present Gerard. This is the. best. ever. I'm going to watch it every single day until January 20, 2017. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Posted by: MOTUS at December 3, 2016 2:22 PM

It is all just too delicious. I was actually giggling.
Want to send it to the progressives I know, but that would make them hate.me, which, in turn proves the superficiality of their ideology.

Posted by: Flannelputz at December 3, 2016 6:55 PM