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In taking on Donald Trump, Mitt Romney seems finally to have found the clarion voice

The New Yorker picked a bad day to run a puff piece on Mitt (btw the comments are awesome)...





Update: not surprisingly they seem to have pulled the tweet that refers to Mitt's clarion voice.

Glad I captured those comments above to it. Here's the current tweet/link...


Rumor inside NSC is that Peek 'had relations with Russian hookers and lost his govt phone'


Sen Mallory McMorrow plans to file sexual harassment charge against Sen. Peter Lucido

You knew the disgusting comments to a young reporter couldn't be the only time...


BTW Mallory McMorrow doesn't represent my district but she overturned a GOP seat has been excellent.



Mr Robot: Mar-a-Lago

This scene from S3 E6 of Mr Robot has proved very prescient...


That was cool...


Kristen knows how to push Leland's buttons.


Although they seem to be foreshadowing a lot of bad stuff.



Rumor inside NSC is that Peek 'had relations with Russian hookers and lost his govt phone'

Just another day in the Trump White House...


Frontline: the "post-truth" political era in which President Donald Trump thrives

Post-Truth indeed...



Nestle's Chairman of the Board: "Humans beings Don't Have a Right to Water"

The last thing anyone needed at the Golden Globes was Ricky Gervais to reprimand them..

Very good commentary about the hypocrisy of Ricky Gervais...

Review: Politics reigned at the Golden Globes. Too bad Ricky Gervais didnít notice

Forget the escapist magic of Hollywood. Nihilism was the name of the game when host Ricky Gervais opened the Golden Globes on Sunday night with a gloom-and-doom monologue so cynical it made the effervescent Tom Hanks scowl.
"Let's go out with a bang. Let's have a laugh at your expense," said the snarky British comedian to the crowd of A-listers who'd looked eager to get the party started until hestepped onstage. "Remember, they're just jokes. We're all gonna die soon and there's no sequel, so remember that."
The 58-year-old former Golden Globe winner (The Office) and five-time host also flippantly reminded the packed room that, "No one cares about movies anymore," and advised, "If you do win an award tonight, don't use it as a platform to make a political speech. You're in no position to lecture the public about anything. You know nothing about the real world." ...

Gervais' disingenuous call for an apolitical evening was also answered by Russell Crowe ó in absentia ó when he won for actor in a limited series or TV movie for Showtime's Roger Ailes docudrama "The Loudest Voice." ...


Blackmailing Bartlett...

Another storyline I recall is where Bartlett's daughter gets kidnapped. In order to avoid any possibility of some foreign government or bad actors from blackmailing Bartlett they turned over power to the Speaker of the House (John Goodman).

Given all the crap that Trump is into you can easily imagine him being blackmailed into doing the bidding of MBS or any number of similar scenarios...

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