#InaugurationDay: Trump Takes Out The Trash

Update IV: Deodorant Trump Gets rid of the B.O. A few hours after inauguration President Trump begins to sandblast the stink:

President Trump on Friday signed an executive order directing federal agencies to “ease the burden of ObamaCare,” according to White House press secretary Sean Spicer. [snip]

White House chief of staff Reince Priebus is also sending out a memo ordering a government-wide “regulatory freeze until further notified,” Spicer said.

The Donald, er, the President-Elect, er, The President of the United States Donald J. Trump, a.k.a. Deodorant Trump, does not stop working. He does not stop. He is not tired of winning. “Oh waiter, more wins please! but no whine, leave that to the Obama Dimocrats.”

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Update III: We wrote a speech for Donald J. Trump to deliver on the night of his nomination. Today President Donald J. Trump delivered that speech in large part. We wrote “Power to the People” as his nomination speech. Today President Trump has delivered a powerful message of Power to the People. President Trump’s speech is Biblical Jeremiah in tone, and revolutionary patriot of 1776 in it’s Americanism.

America First, JOBs, Bring back our Dreams, Build, Build, Build, American hands – American Labor, Buy American, Hire American, We will Shine, Unite the civilized world, allegiance to the United States of America, our loyalty to each other, no room for prejudice, speak our minds openly, America United, Unstoppable, No Fear, Protected by our military, Protected by God, Think Big, Dream Bigger, Politicians all talk no action, time for empty talk is over, the hour of action, We will not fail, we all bleed the same blood of patriots, we all salute the same American flag, YOU WILL NEVER BE IGNORED AGAIN!!! WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Update II: It’s President Donald John Trump now. Make America Great Again President Donald J. Trump.

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Update: It’s Vice President Michael Richard Pence now.

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Hostile takeover of the Republican Party complete. Destruction of the Bush, Obama, Clinton, families complete. Annihilation of the Obama Democrat Party complete nationally, in states, in counties, in state legislatures, complete. Reelection slogan for 2020 (“Keep America Great”) complete. Make America Great Again, about to begin.

At noon today, no need to worry, despair, nor our “Hold On, Trump’s Coming” video.



No need for the video because a little after noon, President Donald J. Trump arrives.

Thus far the stars are the women. KellyAnne Conway in a military style outfit and red hat. Melania Trump in a stunning light blue outfit in matching long gloves reminiscent of… well… Jackie.


Where are the Democrats in this the hour of total humiliation? They have become “fleebaggers” again. That tactic worked out so badly for them when they tried it in Wisconsin the dumb-asses have tried it again fulfilling the Democrat Party motto of “if it’s stupid, do it again and again”.

It’s going to be an update kind of day as we post the latest developments. C-SPAN live coverage can be found HERE.



Today, Trump arrives. Today it begins. Today, Trump takes out the trash.

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137 thoughts on “#InaugurationDay: Trump Takes Out The Trash

  1. Happy New Year!!! Happy Inauguration Day!!! Happy, Happy, Happy. We survived and will soon thrive.

    Watch when class arrives to trash:

  2. Thank you Admin for all your work and guiding a sometimes motley crew 😀.

    Melania looks stunning. No drapery dresses in the Whitehouse any more.

    Class has replaced classless. Builders have replaced Destroyers.

    A grand day.

  3. Admin: when the festivities are over, the celebrations have died down, and the violent protesters are in jail on hunger strike this insight will be important: Quo vadis.

    While they are celebrating the Republican victory, a cabal of Republican senators best described as “the enemy within are working secretly to block the Trump agenda in re. replace Obmaacare, end illegal immigration, build the wall, etc. Who are these traitors? They are the usual suspects if you have been paying any attention to the senate, i.e. McCain, Flake, Alexander, Murkowski, Sullivan, Burr. Under current rules, Trump needs 60 votes to pass critical legislation, and for his Supreme Court nomination. This evil cabal of Republican Senators, this enemy within, are determined to stop him, or extract the highest price from taxpayers. To get out of this box he needs to do two things: i) change that senate rules on day 1, so that only a bare majority, i.e. 50% is required, ii) use the bully pulpit to expose these snakes in the grass. In Murkowski’s case he needs to get Tillison to speak to her big oil donors and the need to cut off the money to her until she gets with the program, in my opinion. The same with this Harvard trained Ohio transplant Sullivan who popped up out of nowhere, and is now the junior senator from Alaska. I would squeeze his balls until he cried uncle, if I were one of those oil men. The point is, he too can be persuaded to not betray the American People. All it takes is a little pressure in the right place, and he will be singing the Harvard fight song in mezzo soprano.

    http://www.nationalenquirer.com/videos/donald-trump-gop-republican-traitors/

  4. My toast to Trump: make America great again– greater than ever

    My toast to the Obamas: grift on you race baiting america hating four flushers.

  5. Angels beating all their wings in time,
    With smiles on their faces and a gleam right in their eyes.
    Whoa, thought I heard one sigh for you,
    Come on up, come on up, now, come on up now.

    May the good Lord shine a light on you,
    Make every song you sing your favorite tune.
    May the good Lord shine a light on you,

  6. Wbboei, here’s some news to make your heart a bit lighter:

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/obama-staffers-what-next-233877

    Obama staffers stare into the abyss

    On their final day in the White House, president’s loyalists express concern about what comes next.

    For some it’s more appreciation. For some it’s newly surfaced regrets.

    Some are committed to watching the inauguration, staring right into how much everything is going to change. Some say they can’t bear the thought of having it on TV. Some conveniently scheduled flights to long-delayed vacations so they’ll be in the air at 12:01. Many of those left to cope by heading to the farewell ceremony that will be at Andrews Air Force Base as soon as the ceremony’s over.

    Staring down the final hours until Donald Trump is president puts Barack Obama into sharper definition than ever for his network of alumni.

    They’ve been dribbling into the White House for final visits in the last week, getting their families one last photo with the president in the Oval Office.

    Robert Gibbs, Obama’s first press secretary, came back with his son for one last stop-in, leaving with a special lithograph memento that went only to the inner circle.

    David Axelrod, the strategist who was there for the beginning, was at the White House on Monday for Obama’s celebration for the Chicago Cubs, and back on Thursday afternoon to sneak down with communications director Jen Psaki and senior adviser Brian Deese to what’s left of the old swimming pool under the White House briefing room, and join the tradition of signing their names on the tiles.

    This is actually happening,” said Michael Wear, who worked on Obama’s first campaign and then went to work in the White House on evangelical outreach. “If folks would have considered it a real possibility that Donald Trump could succeed President Obama, how would we have acted differently? Would our ambitions have been changed? Would our actions have been changed, not just in 2016, but is there more that we could have done that would have affected the outcome of the election?

    It’s all over now.

  7. Hillary looks great in an ivory/white outfit, not the hideous purple she sported for a while. Hillary’s outfit is exactly right, but she looks devastated. For a while there all the pain of defeat was seen on her face and only after a deep sigh did that pain momentarily dissipate. Very sad but she brought it on herself.

  8. Contrast: a First Lady in blue with long gloves vs. a Moose in high heels.

    Michelle Obama looks extra hideous today. Zero effort in clothes and hair. Pep Boys “fashion” of Moose will soon be out the door.

    Melania Trump class will always be in style.

    Less than an hour to go.

  9. Update II: It’s President Donald John Trump now. Make America Great Again President Donald J. Trump.

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  10. Trump’s blazing speech is what we suggested for his nomination speech. “Power to the People”. This is a stunning speech. “That all changes starting right here, right now!!!”

  11. Guess I have listened to so many of his speeches Admin.

    Well if he is going to buy American Melania needs to be wearing USA designer clothes, she didn’t yesterday. Her outfit is absolutely stunning, who designed it?

    He’s definitely giving notice to the World, new sheriff in town.

  12. I heard that Stephen Miller is the one who wrote Trump’s speech today. Heard it earlier on FOX news that even though it appeared Trump was writing it that it was really his speechwriter Stephen Miller.

  13. Update III: We wrote a speech for Donald J. Trump to deliver on the night of his nomination. Today President Donald J. Trump delivered that speech in large part. We wrote “Power to the People” as his nomination speech. Today President Trump has delivered a powerful message of Power to the People. President Trump’s speech is Biblical Jeremiah in tone, and revolutionary patriot of 1776 in it’s Americanism.

    America First, JOBs, Bring back our Dreams, Build, Build, Build, American hands – American Labor, Buy American, Hire American, We will Shine, Unite the civilized world, allegiance to the United States of America, our loyalty to each other, no room for prejudice, speak our minds openly, America United, Unstoppable, No Fear, Protected by our military, Protected by God, Think Big, Dream Bigger, Politicians all talk no action, time for empty talk is over, the hour of action, We will not fail, we all bleed the same blood of patriots, we all salute the same American flag, YOU WILL NEVER BE IGNORED AGAIN!!! WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  14. I do say, I could have used a bit of Donald growing up

    He must be an awesome father…outside of the affairs, that hurts kids no matter what, but putting that aside, I remember Jackie Kennedy saying if you screw up your kids, well, that was it.

    Clearly his kids are amazing

  15. Alcina, it was a powerful speech. It is vintage Trump and he understands that Americans want to see him remain the man they elected not a poet who “changes” into the office. Let Trump be Trump is what the people want and what Trump delivered.

    The speech was short and to the point. President Trump wants to quickly get through all this pomp and circumstance and get to work. Those who want Trump to wax eloquent instead of his trademark bluntness do not understand Americans are sick of Obamaian mumblejumble of words that mean little when never translated into action.

  16. The Rabbi spoke of the rivers of Babylon “we wept when we remembered Zion” during the great diaspora. That is where America has been.

  17. I wasn’t wanting a obama pretty flowers speech, I was glad to hear his agenda has not changed and that he was giving notice to the World.

    But I have head him be more eloquent and I just thought a bit of that would have been appropriate.

    Very little “I” in the speech, it was “you”… America…

  18. …if anyone doubted that President Trump is going to storm into washington…not shy…but determined to make changes I think his short speech a lot…

    the revolution is here…Donald is taking the lead and taking it to Washington, DC

    rebels unite…

  19. Powerful speech for the discerning:

    http://www.cnbc.com/2017/01/20/transcript-of-president-trumps-inauguration-speech.html

    Read President Trump’s full, blistering inaugural speech, attacking Washington, promising ‘America first’

    President Donald Trump just delivered a searing inaugural address, attacking Washington and promising a new hope for Americans who want to dream big.

    A rough transcript of Trump’s first speech as president follows, and updates will follow.

    We’ll post the full transcript in a separate comment.

  20. Many people who listened to today’s speech never heard Trump speak. People around the world heard loud and clear. The lion roared.

  21. I did feel empathy for Hillary…that sigh really did say it all…she almost looked robotic for awhile and then seemed to loosen up a bit…

    …this simply was not her time…she did not fight to win…for the people…or herself…

    i was thinking how different her speech would have been…she would have gone on and on with the identity politics and reinforcing O’s two terms…

    her speech would have been long and with the flowery words…but where would she have taken us?

    backwards…

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    Melania does look elegant…and last night…wow! what can anyone say…she looked like the proverbial ‘bombshell’

  22. I was thinking I hope they get to rest and not have to climb all those stairs in heels. Think of one of them had to stop to catch their breathe, embarrassing

    Liftoff…

  23. S

    It was more than not her time. Never forget she sold us out, sold out America

    No one to blame but herself. Hope she enjoys her 30 pieces of silver.

  24. you said it Alcina…hit the nail on the head…

    “the Lion roared” well said

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    bye bye O’s

  25. http://www.oxfordeagle.com/2017/01/19/watch-full-donald-trump-inauguration-speech-replay-video-transcript/

    “Chief Justice Roberts, President Carter, President Clinton, President Bush, President Obama, fellow Americans, and people of the world, thank you.

    We, the citizens of America, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country and restore its promise for all of our people. Together we will determine the course of America and the world for many, many years to come. We will face challenges. We will confront hardships, but we will get the job done.

    Every four years we gather on these steps to carry out the orderly and peaceful transfer of power, and we are grateful to President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for their gracious aid throughout this transition. They have been magnificent. Thank you.

    Today’s ceremony, however, has very special meaning because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C. and giving it back to you, the people.

    For too long, a small group in our nation’s capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost. Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth.

    Politicians prospered, but the jobs left and the factories closed. The establishment protected itself but not the citizens of our country. Their victories have not been your victories. Their triumphs have not been your triumphs, and while they celebrated in our nation’s capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.

    That all changes starting right here and right now, because this moment is your moment. It belongs to you. It belongs to everyone gathered here today and everyone watching all across America. This is your day, this is your celebration, and this, the United States of America, is your country.

    What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people. Jan. 20, 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again.

    The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. Everyone is listening to you now. You came by the tens of millions to become part of an historic movement, the likes of which the world has never seen before. At the center of this movement is a crucial conviction that a nation exists to serve its citizens.

    Americans want great schools for their children, safe neighborhoods for their families and good jobs for themselves. These are just and reasonable demands of righteous people and a righteous public, but for too many of our citizens, a different reality exists.

    Mothers and children trapped in poverty in our inner cities, rusted-out factories scattered like tombstones across the landscape of our nation. An education system flush with cash but which leaves our young and beautiful students deprived of all knowledge. And the crime and the gangs and the drugs that have stolen too many lives and robbed our country of so much unrealized potential.

    This American carnage stops right here and stops right now. We are one nation, and their pain is our pain. Their dreams are our dreams, and their success will be our success. We share one heart, one home, and one glorious destiny. The oath of office I take today is an oath of allegiance to all Americans.

    For many decades we’ve enriched foreign industry at the expense of American industry, subsidized the armies of other countries while allowing for the very sad depletion of our military. We’ve defended other nations’ borders while refusing to defend our own and spent trillions and trillions of dollars overseas while America’s infrastructure has fallen into disrepair and decay. We’ve made other countries rich while the wealth, strength and confidence of our country has dissipated over the horizon.

    One by one, the factories shuttered and left our shores with not even a thought about the millions and millions of American workers that were left behind. The wealth of our middle class has been ripped from their homes and then redistributed all across the world. But that is the past and now we are looking only to the future.

    We assembled here today are issuing a new decree to be heard in every city, in every foreign capital and in every hall of power. From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first. America first.

    Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs will be made to benefit American workers and American families. We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies and destroying our jobs. Protection will lead to great prosperity and strength.

    I will fight for you with every breath in my body, and I will never, ever let you down. America will start winning again. Winning like never before. We will bring back our jobs. We will bring back our borders. We will bring back our wealth. And we will bring back our dreams.

    We will build new roads and highways and bridges and airports and tunnels and railways all across our wonderful nation. We will get our people off of welfare and back to work rebuilding our country with American hands and American labor.

    We will follow two simple rules: Buy American and hire American. We will seek friendship and good will with the nations of the world, but we do so with the understanding that it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first.

    We do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone, but rather to let it shine as an example. We will shine for everyone to follow. We will reinforce old alliances and form new ones and unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth.

    At the bedrock of our politics will be a total allegiance to the United States of America, and through our loyalty to our country, we will rediscover our loyalty to each other. When you open your heart to patriotism, there is no room for prejudice. The Bible tells us how good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity.

    We must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity. When America is united, America is totally unstoppable. There should be no fear. We are protected, and we will always be protected. We will be protected by the great men and women of our military and law enforcement and most importantly, we will be protected by God.

    Finally, we must think big and dream even bigger. In America, we understand that a nation is only living as long as it is striving.

    We will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action constantly complaining but never doing anything about it. The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action. Do not allow anyone to tell you that it cannot be done. No challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of America. We will not fail. Our country will thrive and prosper again.

    We stand at the birth of a new millennium ready to unlock the histories of space, to free the earth from the miseries of disease and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow. A new national pride will lift our sights and heal our divisions. It’s time to remember that old wisdom our soldiers will never forget, that whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots.

    We all enjoy the same glorious freedoms, and we all salute the same great American flag. And whether a child is born in the urban sprawl of Detroit or the wind-swept plains of Nebraska, they look up at the same night sky. They fill their heart with the same dreams, and they are infused with the breath of life by the same almighty creator.

    So to all Americans in every city near and far, small and large, from mountain to mountain, from ocean to ocean, hear these words. You will never be ignored again. Your voice, your hopes and your dreams will define our American destiny. And your courage and goodness and love will forever guide us along the way.

    Together we will make America strong again. We will make America wealthy again. We will make America proud again. We will make America safe again. And, yes, together, we will make America great again. Thank you. God bless you and God bless America! Thank you. God bless America.”

    “The time for empty talk is over.” President Trump was not flowery clap-trap in his speech. President Trump was eloquent in his use of clear, direct, forceful, English. The day he announced we declared Trump’s most powerful weapon was his use of clear English. Once again, as President, Trump wielded English as his most potent weapon.

  26. gonzotx
    January 20, 2017 at 12:41 pm
    The plane( helicopter), The plane ( helicopter )
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    I have seen few things as beautiful as the helicopter as it flew away. What a shit eating grin I had.

  27. gonzo…if you read any of my comments you know that I have gone very directly at Hillary for how she sold herself out…and then the rest of us…I have been so clear about her betrayal…

    yet I can show empathy for her…and Bill…

    I can still remember the promise I felt for Bill in 92 when I believed with my heart that we finally had a Dem that would fight for us…etc…

    and fast forward to 2008 and the pride and energy so many of us felt for Hillary and how many of us shared our hopes in her with our own mothers…it was emotional…

    so I do not have to hate her or Bill…they now have their place in history…and they will now recede into shadows and our past…

  28. Admin…kudos to you because you did call out Donald’s direct and forceful way of communicating from the start…and you were so right…love him or hate him…no one can say they do not understand what he is saying or what he means…

    Donald Trump is fearless and has guts…plain and simple …so refreshing and to the point…no doublespeak with this man…

    Admin said it from the beginning:

    “The time for empty talk is over.” President Trump was not flowery clap-trap in his speech. President Trump was eloquent in his use of clear, direct, forceful, English. The day he announced we declared Trump’s most powerful weapon was his use of clear English. Once again, as President, Trump wielded English as his most potent weapon.

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    does anyone else feel like they can finally breath again

    free…free at last…JOY!!!

  29. Time and again President Trump accentuated a point in his speech directing a slap in the face to Obama and the misery he created in this country. No holds barred.

  30. ironically I think that speech was really directed at John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Paul Ryan, McConnell…don’t get in the way of the American people

  31. Well I can have bad feelings for bill and hill because they were liars, they sold us and we took it hook line and sinker. They reaped hundreds of millions selling us out and in fact were responsible for the deaths of others.

    No, I can not have empathy, except for the American people.
    Saying that, I wish them no ill well. Just go away.

  32. Oh boy, obama trying to steal Trumps words, ” it’s never been about us(me), it’s always been about you… liar

    Get on the damn plane

  33. The speech was clear honest ,Trump I just wanted a little extra because of the moment. So we don’t disagree, I just have listened to 95% of his stump speeches, so there’s that. Clearly he didn’t feel a need to .
    End of story

  34. Why don’t they have someone walking and hanging out with Barron…poor kid…they could have partnered him with someone…this is intense for a 10 year old boy

    geesh…many would feel strange left all by themselves in these changing and powerful settings…I feel for that handsome young boy…he’s kind of left on his own to figure it out…

  35. c-span has a call in for people regarding their reaction to Trump becoming President

    so far many callers are so happy and thrilled

  36. Donald just made a lovely gesture towards the Clintons at the Inauguration luncheon

    He asked them to stand and everyone clapped for them…and he said he has nothing but respect for them and thanked them for coming

    live on c-span

    very gracious

  37. Did anyone else notice as President Trump took to the podium it began to
    rain ever so lightly on his shoulders? what a blessing from God! As
    quick as it started it stopped.

    When Rev Graham came to the podium that was the first thing he said,
    God rained his blessings on President Trump and then it stopped.

    God leaves his finger prints where we least expect to see them.
    I give thanks for the gift He has given us.

  38. Admin,
    Did you notice that the Rabbi used a psalm that referenced Jerusalem and by inference its integral historical place in Jewish history?

  39. Just in from work…very happy that 1) Obama is gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and 2) we start a new chapter in our democracy that g-d willing we make us great again!!!!

    PS-great choices Adm. Exile is unequivocally the greatest album ever recorded (at least imo:)).

  40. Happy D Day!

    I left for work early this morning and the sky was the most beautiful shade of blue with pink clouds. Just the right start to this special day. But in the back of my mind was the fate of JFK and MLK.

    Trump has done us proud. Melina so beautiful and gracious.

    The pointsetta in my garden that turned red for Christmas is still red, but I am finally going to take my Christmas tree down this weekend. I have had my best present.

    Happy New Year!

  41. http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/20/trump-inaugural-address-focuses-on-we-leaves-himself-out-of-speech-almost-entirely/

    Trump Inaugural Address Focuses On ‘We,’ Leaves Himself Out Of Speech Almost Entirely

    President Donald Trump focused his inaugural address on ‘we’ the American people, leaving himself out of the speech almost entirely.

    In contrast to his predecessor Barack Obama, who had a habit of mentioning himself often throughout his speeches, Trump mentioned himself just three times in two sentences, while referring to “we” the American people 45 times.

    The first time Trump referred to himself came about halfway through the speech, when he said: “The oath of office I take today is an oath of allegiance to all Americans.”

    Trump’s other two references to himself came shortly afterwards.

    “I will fight for you with every breath in my body – and I will never, ever let you down,” Trump said. That was the extent to which Trump gave himself any mention in his inaugural address. (RELATED: Obama Refers To Himself 75 Times In Farewell Address)

    He referred to “we” the American people 45 times over the course of the address, including a string of mentions at the end of his speech, playing off his “Make America Great Again” slogan: “Together, We Will Make America Strong Again. We Will Make America Wealthy Again. We Will Make America Proud Again. We Will Make America Safe Again. And, Yes, Together, We Will Make America Great Again.”

  42. President Trump has been joined at the reviewing stand by General Mattis the new Secretary of Defense (Senate voted to confirm earlier).

  43. Watching Greta on that awful station as I always liked her..she must have got big $$$ to go there. She is very fair, and all these guests are acting like the world is over ….

  44. admin
    January 20, 2017 at 4:07 pm
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    Now that we have hit the uninstall Obama button

    We need to run a few virus scans

    Starting with HitmanPro in every federal agency

    And, we must also bring enough finger paint

    To occupy the adolescent minds of the protesters.

    Hugs not drugs.

    More nukes. Less kooks.

  45. Walter Russell Mead ✔ @wrmead

    This could not be a more Jacksonian speech; the only thing missing is that he hasn’t challenged Chuck Schumer to a duel.

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    When he does, he must insist on live bullets.

    Your Honor, there is a precedent for this, and you do not have to go all the way back to the Burr Hamilton affair, or the Steven Decatur affair that deprived the nation of the greatest naval leader of the 19th century.

    The more recent iteration occured on the back lot of a Hollywood Studio when Hugh O’Brien challenged Audie Murphy to a duel. Murphy, the most decorated soldier of World War II agreed on the condition that they use live bullets, a medium that he, but not O’Brien was familiar with. O’Brien backed down.

    Would Shumer back down? Does a bear shit in the forest?? Would a pin head like Shumer with the body of a pear and a greasy handshake accept a challenge? Not likely.

  46. wbboei,

    Yes, run HitmanPro. Trump needs to clean that house fast. I was talking to someone connected to law enforcement in Palm Beach where Maralago Cay is. They were all told to expect trouble as the entire family was under death threat. It is a sad, sorry state of affairs.

  47. Update IV: Deodorant Trump Gets rid of the B.O. A few hours after inauguration President Trump begins to sandblast the stink:

    President Trump on Friday signed an executive order directing federal agencies to “ease the burden of ObamaCare,” according to White House press secretary Sean Spicer. [snip]

    White House chief of staff Reince Priebus is also sending out a memo ordering a government-wide “regulatory freeze until further notified,” Spicer said.

    The Donald, er, the President-Elect, er, The President of the United States Donald J. Trump, a.k.a. Deodorant Trump, does not stop working. He does not stop. He is not tired of winning. “Oh waiter, more wins please! but no whine, leave that to the Obama Dimocrats.”

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  48. Walter Russell Mead ✔ @wrmead
    Hard to tell who hated the speech more: the GOP establishment or the Democratic left.
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    They can hate the speech all they want.

    That is their prerogative.

    But if they want to keep their jobs, then they need to lead follow or get out of the way.

    If the public sees Trump trying to make America great again, and them resisting that effort, then they will be history.

  49. Here is the fight song for the dims, i.e.

    We’re poor little lambs who have lost our way
    Baa, baa, baa
    We’re little black sheep who have gone astray
    Baa, baa, baa

    Gentleman songsters off on a spree
    Doomed from here to eternity
    Lord have mercy on such as we
    Baa, baa, baa

    https://youtu.be/XkZrhiHffH4

  50. OTurd gave 500 million of US dollars to the UN today before he left… wonder if he’s going to get a cut…

    Asshole….

  51. Legendary interviewer Larry King assured fans that he was not hurt after protesters objecting to the peaceful transfer of power between presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump smashed in the windows of his car.

    “Protestors in DC smashed the windows of my hired SUV & many other cars,” King posted on Twitter. “I was working in-studio. But my driver was rattled”

    They call me legendary? Well, who am I to disagree.

    But if you want to see legendary, you should speak with Brian Williams. He is the real deal.

    He was a Concord and Lexington, the Battle of Trafalgar, Waterloo, Gettysburg, San Juan Hill, the battle of the Somme, the Inchon landing, Queson, and he was embedded with our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Don’t let that makeup orthe facelift fool you. Brian is over 300 years old.

    I am a little older that that myself. I did the narrative and camera work when Moses led his people out of Egypt, and made the waters of the Red Sea part.

    Come to think of it, I, Larry King am legendary

    So where the fuck if my Nobel Prize.

    Obama got one for doing nothing.

    So what am I–chopped liver?

  52. According to Trump, the legendary Larry King has legendary bad breath.

    I wonder if that is what saved him?

    I wonder if that is really what rattled his driver?

    Oh, well, for want of a nail a kingdom was lost

    And for want of Listerine a legendary journalist was saved

    From the barbaric left wing hordes.

  53. OTurd gave 500 million of US dollars to the UN today before he left… wonder if he’s going to get a cut…

    Asshole….
    —–
    I do not think he can do that.

    That kind of expenditure must go through congress, if I am not mistaken.

    The intent was not the money.

    The intent was to give them the money to defy Trump.

    Then again, the 150 million he gave Iran never went through Congress, did it?

  54. In case anyone is interested since a lot of designers didn’t want to dress the First Lady: The first lady stunned in a custom made ivory gown she co-created with French designer Hervé Pierre

  55. Ha! What a loser:

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/20/politics/obama-landing-palm-springs/index.html?sr=twCNN012117obama-landing-palm-springs0107AMStoryPhoto&linkId=33630502

    Obama plane diverted from Palm Springs because of weather

    Barack Obama’s got nothing but time these days — but he probably didn’t plan to spend it in a holding pattern.

    Obama was forced to delay the start of his post-presidential life Friday after unusually bad weather in Southern California prevented the newly minted federal retiree and his family from landing at Palm Springs International Airport.

    Instead, the Obamas touched down at March Air Reserve Base in Riverside, about 50 miles west of Palm Springs. They landed about 5:45 p.m. local time (8:45 p.m. ET), more than an hour after their planned landing time in Palm Springs.

  56. gonzotx
    January 20, 2017 at 8:47 pm
    OTurd gave 500 million of US dollars to the UN today before he left… wonder if he’s going to get a cut…
    Asshole….
    ___________________________

    Hope Trump orders a freeze on the account. F that asshole.

  57. Donald Trump completes hostile takeover of Washington, puts both parties on notice: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/paloma/daily-202/2017/01/20/daily-202-donald-trump-completes-hostile-takeover-of-washington-puts-both-parties-on-notice/588254a6e9b69b432bc7e050/?utm_term=.75f74ee31698

    Read it if you want to but they completely miss the point. They are having difficulty remembering who exactly owns what. Come to think of it I don’t think they ever understood. The people own DC. They own the buildings, land, salaries paid. They own the influence too and have taken it back. They have the final say. Just like in a publicly held company the stockholders own the company. And if that company’s, or country’s, leadership is incompetent, lazy, greedy, self-dealing, corrupt, empire building tools using someone else’s property in a way that was not consented to, you get a hostile takeover.

    Let us examine the term hostile takeover. It is not “hostile” to the public nor the stockholders because they consent to it. Often they start it because the company turns to crap and they aren’t getting value for their asset/investment which is being miss-used or its value diverted by some jamoke in leadership . The owners of a company vote for the change via stock votes. The same occurs in a national election. They have rules and they better be followed or lawsuits. The same goes for a national election.

    The “hostile” part comes from various factions, always featuring “leadership”. They don’t want to let go of their leadership cntrol which benefits them and the use of other people’s assets/property. Something is wrong with their leadership, actions, plans, etc or stockholder would not be interested in new leadership. The “hostile” takeover would be rejected. Voters like Trump’s hostile takeover plans targeting leadership, approved of them and voted for new leadership and new plans. The hostile “employees” which include leadership, middle management, drones, good productive employees, deadwood, extraneous specialists who will no longer be needed, etc don’t own squat and are there on sufferance by the owners. They are terrified they will get the axe and have nowhere to go. And they have performed miserably and should be dismissed. Saying they will quit is getting the reaction deserved. Bye! Not a single one of them is NOT replaceable in five minutes with new blood who they probably see sitting in an office next to them. The change over is always much easier than the old leadership thinks. It is often gleeful.

    Obama is a failed leader followed by a hostile takeover after his wretched leadership. He flew off to CA yesterday where he couldn’t land because of storms and had to seek landing space somewhere, anywhere before AF1 ran out of gas. That is symbolic of what he has left behind in DC and scattered around the country in regional agency offices. A mess running out of gas.

    I’m not sure when or if the interests at the WaPo are going to get it. The majority of stockholders, via the electoral college rules, voted them out. The reasons are legend and just starting to be acknowledged by dare speaking it. Bezos understands all of this and doesn’t like that he bought an asset for influence which is circling the drain. But them’s the breaks. He got outvoted by stockholders who had more shares and he now owns an organ of a failed leadership that he thought he was going to use to be a power leader.

    I worked for the federal government when I was young and just out of college. It is a lumbering, self-serving mess. I jumped to corporate to make more money and learned the hard way that bad leadership mismanaging an organization is dangerous or it was to me. Finally landing in something that paid for hard work, and careful planning (and a bit of luck), my experience with both helped me enormously as I directly or indirectly worked in and around both alternate realities. This clash of the now hostile takeover’ed permanent government with everyone else has been coming for decades. The opportunities are YUGE. I recommend shock and awe before they get their wits about them. They must relearn who they work for and whose interests they serve. If this is distasteful or impossible or they are unneeded they got to go. The new mission statement: You work for THEM. Lucky Trump.

  58. Walter Russell Mead was on a twit roll yesterday. All were very good but my favorite: “Trump’s view: the global and US elite is Mrs. Jellyby; her house a mess, her kids neglected while she pursues imaginary global causes.”

    Just think of the Dems, globalists, EU technocrats, progressives, Senate Democrats, protesters, etc as Mrs. Jellyby (Matronly Mrs. Jellyby is a philanthropist who devotes her time and energy to setting up a mission in Africa while ignoring the needy in her own family and neighbourhood in Dickens’ Bleak House) virtue signally their heads off and accomplishing nothing.

  59. Trump’s Declaration Of War: 12 Things He Must Do For America To Be Great Again

    President Trump’s brief inaugural speech was a declaration of war against the entirety of the American Ruling Establishment. All of it.

    As Paul Craig Roberts details, Trump made it abundantly clear that Americans’ enemies are right here at home: globalists, neoliberal economists, neoconservatives and other unilateralists accustomed to imposing the US on the world and involving us in endless and expensive wars, politicians who serve the Ruling Establishment rather than the American people, indeed, the entire canopy of private interests that have run America into the ground while getting rich in the process.

    If truth can be said, President Trump has declared a war far more dangerous to himself than if he had declared war against Russia or China.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-20/trumps-declaration-war-12-things-he-must-do-america-be-great-again

  60. How come the obamacare got a ride in a jumbo jet? What an outrageous waste off money. He’s not potus anymore so why does he get free transport at all to take a vacation.

  61. THE ELECTORAL EARTHQUAKE
    What We Saw

    None of us on the staff of The American Interest predicted the world-historical event that took place yesterday. But we have spent the last year rigorously assessing the phenomena that made it possible. If there has been a theme to our coverage, it is this: The American managerial class leaned too far over its skis with its cosmopolitan project. Eager to reap the rewards (and there are many) from technoglobalization, people in power on both sides collectively neglected the interests and preferences of broad swathes of the country. The political establishment, utterly convinced in the rightness of neoliberal internationalism and the sanctity of the status quo, never found a way to responsibly co-opt the sentiments of Americans who did not buy into cosmopolitan vision. A vacuum was created, and Donald Trump has now filled it.

    We will continue to discuss the fallout from this stunning elite failure in the days and weeks ahead. In the meantime, here are five essays from this year that help put yesterday’s events in historical and sociological context:
    1. Andrew Jackson, Revenant, by Walter Russell Mead, describes Donald Trump as the continuation of a distinctive American political tradition dating back to Old Hickory:
    Whatever happens to the Trump candidacy, it now seems clear that Jacksonian America is rousing itself to fight for its identity, its culture and its primacy in a country that it believes it should own. Its cultural values have been traduced, its economic interests disregarded, and its future as the center of gravity of American political life is under attack. Overseas, it sees traditional rivals like Russia, China, North Korea and Iran making headway against a President that it distrusts; more troubling still, in ISIS and jihadi terror it sees the rapid spread of a movement aiming at the mass murder of Americans. Jacksonian America has lost all confidence in the will or the ability of the political establishment to fight the threats it sees abroad and at home. It wants what it has always wanted: to take its future into its own hands.

    2. Immigration and the Political Explosion of 2016, by Nicholas Gallagher, looks back at other instances in American history where an explosive mix of mass immigration and structural economic change has wrought dramatic political upheavals:

    Twice previously in U.S. history, concerns over mass immigration have combined with a growing sense of social and economic crisis to wreak havoc on the political status quo. Popular reactions against the Irish immigration (c. 1830-1860) and the so-called “Great Wave” from Southern and Eastern Europe (1880-1924) became potent political movements when a segment of the American public connected the immigration issue to deeper questions about the economy, community, and national identity. These movements destroyed or took over old parties, changed the national agenda, and altered the course of our history. Now, as concern over the breakdown of the Blue Model intersects with anger about mass immigration, we are experiencing a third such crisis in American politics.

    3. When and Why Nationalism Beats Globalism, by Jonathan Haidt, discusses the social psychology of elite cosmopolitanism and the ways that it can inadvertently activate nationalist and even authoritarian passions:

    Rather than focusing on the nationalists as the people who need to be explained by experts, I’ll begin the story with the globalists. I’ll show how globalization and rising prosperity have changed the values and behavior of the urban elite, leading them to talk and act in ways that unwittingly activate authoritarian tendencies in a subset of the nationalists. I’ll show why immigration has been so central in nearly all right-wing populist movements. It’s not just the spark, it’s the explosive material, and those who dismiss anti-immigrant sentiment as mere racism have missed several important aspects of moral psychology related to the general human need to live in a stable and coherent moral order. Once moral psychology is brought into the story and added on to the economic and authoritarianism explanations, it becomes possible to offer some advice for reducing the intensity of the recent wave of conflicts.

    4. How Samuel Huntington Predicted Our Political Moment, by Jason Willick, uses Samuel Huntington’s 2004 book Who Are We as a lens for explaining the nationalist-cosmopolitan divide, and how it played out in each party since the end of the Cold War:

    According to Huntington, postwar globalization had given rise to a new class of “global citizens” at the highest echelons of American academia, industry, and (bipartisan) politics—a “de-nationalized” elite whose “attitudes and behavior contrast with the overwhelming patriotism and nationalistic identification of the rest of the American public.” The jet-setting cosmopolitans tended to be far more supportive of free trade, open immigration, and activist foreign policy than most Americans. Huntington described this wide and allegedly growing gap as a major source of the decline in trust in democratic institutions since the 1960s.

    5. Declassé: Nothing New Under the Sun, by Harold James, looks to 19th century European history to explain the social forces that come into play when a native working class’ social position is threatened by economic change:

    Alas, the term déclassé fills books of European social history that, evidently, no one remembers or reads anymore. Yes, all this has happened before and, as social phenomena go, déclassement sits at the very foundation of the social theories and political ideologies that are the subject of basic political science and history courses. Karl Polanyi’s famous The Great Transformation, for example, has as a central focus the 19th century story of how many artisans lost their occupations as a result of the spread of factories. This process occurred through periods in which most modern historians believe inequality was rising and real wages were declining, but also in periods in which real wages were rising. The most conspicuous losers in the first half of the 19th century were the armies of workers who were spread out over the countryside in small villages and towns toiling on textiles with old-fashioned equipment such as hand-looms. They were put out of business by the application of water and then mechanical energy to weaving or spinning—some of them, led by Ned Ludd, gave rise to a certain well-known English vocabulary term. On the whole they eventually formed the basis of radical protest movements all over Europe—from Chartism in Britain to the revolutionaries of 1848 on the Continent.

  62. I was at my doctors office a couple weeks ago, and when I looked out the window I counted five new skyscrapers which were not there five years ago. When the doctor came into the room, I mentioned that to him. He told me they are all Amazon. Then, yesterday I went to a Trump victory party in one of the new condominium buildings that blight our landscape. In our old Scandinavian settlement Ballard they sell sweatshirts that say a little drinking village with a condominium problem. The building I went to sits right next to the Amazon sprawl. A friend of mine bought a one bedroom unit. It was 800 square feet—barely enough room to turn around. He uses it for an office only, and the only thing I liked about it was the pictures of Sophia Loren he had on the walls. He is Italian so that is de riguer. How many units are there in this building, I asked. He told me 250. He gave me the cooks tour of the building. Everything in it is in lockdown. You need a key to get in, a key to go to any floor, and a key to get into any unit, including the hospitality suite. It has a sprawling 2 story gym. The only other thing I liked about it was it had a lap pool with salt water in it, which nobody was using. The terracing were a barren wasteland with astroturf no trees. I was told this minimalist look is much favored by the Amazon millenials who infest the place. The going price to one of those 800 square foot units. I did not ask, but I am guessing $700,000 which as increased 20% in the past year, he told me. He asked me for my reaction and I told him. Its sterile, and it has a cookie cutter look to it. He agreed, which is why he does not live there. He went on to say this is what the millenials who work fro Amazon and come in from all over the world see as luxury. I have been told by young ladies who do consulting work on the Micosoft campus that the young men there are dead from the neck down. I know know they are dead from the neck up as well. And that is a cheerful thought given the fact that Bezos just announced he will be hiring 100,000 more Amazon workers, very few of whom will be paid enough to land in the lap of luxury I witnessed. He is running a sweat shop, and the ONLY reason he made that silly announcement, parroted by our left wing rag the Seattle Times without so much as a critical comment, is to try to preempt Trump’s plans to hold them accountable for the anti trust violations Obama has allowed them to commit. When he holds them accountable for killing the millions of jobs they have in the brick and mortar retail sector they will say we are a job creator, and whine about it in the newspaper they own, WashPo. The party had that feel of the scene in Dr. Zviago where we watched to Inauguration, and the protesting hordes marched in the street below, which reminded me of that line in the poem Dover Beach: we are prisoners on a darkling plain where ignorant armies march by night, not realizing that the man they oppose is the best thing that could have happened to them if they are to have a future.

  63. Wbboei, if Trump wants to take both Bezos and China down simultaneously all he has to do is open the floodgates of state taxation on Amazon.

  64. The other thing that impressed me about the place, and made me want so very much to live there in such fine company, etc. was the dog palace on the 41st floor, which has a dog run and a dog toilet, which the dogs can operate. This is sensible, I was told, because dogs have the intelligence level of a two year old, and can be trained to flush the toilet. No doubt this has been studied and written about by the experts at Harvard, so who am I to disagree. On the contrary, I thought that was very creative since millenials have dogs rather that children. But then I was told that not everyone is a devotee of this since during the summer the entire floor stinks from dog poop. But the millenials do not seem to notice.

  65. admin
    January 21, 2017 at 11:05 am
    Wbboei, if Trump wants to take both Bezos and China down simultaneously all he has to do is open the floodgates of state taxation on Amazon.

    ———
    Yes admin. That decision by the Roberts court will need to be overturned. They had a wide screen in the hospitality suite and I spotted his eminence, the man with no balls, kibuting with someone after the aftermath of the inaugeration. Fortunately, the sun was below the yardarm somewhere in the Canary Islands so we were all imbibing. That was a good thing, because whenever I see John Roberts, that moral coward, that trembling tower of tapioca, that Pontius Pilot who takes his duty to the constitution so lightly that he can be shivied into give the now defunct big media beloved messiah “anything he wants”, and suffer the indignity of seeing Potesta laughing about it in the wikileaks emails, would be intolerable for me had I been in a state of stone cold sobriety when he came on the screen. You can yell at the televison at home and nobody cares, but in a crowded room it is different.

  66. We will continue to discuss the fallout from this stunning elite failure in the days and weeks ahead. In the meantime, here are five essays from this year that help put yesterday’s events in historical and sociological context:

    Definitely interesting, but it made me realize that I’m irritated that *I*, that *we* have to be explained. We’re the odd ones, the ones whose behavior they didn’t expect so let’s take it all apart to see what was missed as it was happening. It’s rhetorical, but why don’t they explain why the globalists do as they do, and then try to come up with acceptable, justifiable reasons why their behavior is okay? Why don’t they put things in perspective and write articles about how African cultures would react if whites or Asians came flooding in, taxing their resources, threatening their culture? Or how Asians would react if they were overwhelmed with blacks? If we’re so odd, then please tell us how all these other cultures would NOT react as we are.

  67. Morris draws a distinction between Mexican immigration and Muslim immigration.

    One seeks inclusion in the host culture (except for La Raza and little monkey Jorge (Georgie Boy) at univision.

    The other aims to transform the host culture, to Muslimize it, and to make it part of the worldwide caliphate.

    Schumer like Boss Tweed meets them at the dock, give them democrat party tickets, and give them free public money to collapse our safety nets.

    Schumer is a traitor.

  68. One seeks inclusion in the host culture

    I would agree in the sense that they’re not trying to kill us (other than all the MS13 and other gang members) as the others are.

    But living on the border, I can tell you that when you have a huge group of people, many never assimilate. They have large areas where only Spanish is spoken, they have their own neighborhood stores and don’t have to resort to American food, etc. So in that sense, if “inclusion” means living as though you are still in Mexico, then I guess it’s true lol

  69. It was bound to happen. Violence. Attempted murder. The reason it was inevitable is because the mayor and the Seattle Times have been encouraging this protest, and out of state anarchists are answering their call. It is WTO all over again. This is why I did not drive but walked to the Trump event mentioned above. I would love to be in a car when the mob approached with torches, hurling racial epitaphs and me with no gun/permit to defend myself, while the police under the new chief are saying I am not going to engage in proactive policing. Inspite of all this, they how have a suspect. I expect he was from out of state, but we have plenty of loons like this homegrown. Lord spare us the strum and drang a trial like this will generate before the King County prosecutor caves in. Instead, lets just stipulate that he had a deprived childhood, did not get into Harvard, is living on the public dole, has been indoctrinated by the aforesaid parties to believe Trump is the devil incarnate—that is a tough sell if his attorney goes for the justification defense, the gun went off (as opposed to I shot him) and the only reason he did it was to bring about a more loving caring world.

    I think we should stipulate to this crap so we don’t have to listen to it, and fry the son of a bitch. I feel comfortable saying this because I know it will never happen. And that is why all the people at them meeting including me are native Seattleites, hate what is happening and are making plans to leave this hell hole within the next five years.

  70. My cousin at the one in Atlanta and neighbors wife went to one in Toronto . I asked her the other day what the march was for and she said to protect women’s reproductive rights.

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