Thursday, November 10, 2016

President Trump's Cabinet

Sources close to Team Trump are reporting that aides have discussed tapping Sarah Palin for Interior Secretary.

"Governor Palin has experience with firearms and has slaughtered small animals with her bare hands," says Team Trump head, Karl Kralweiler.  "She was the one who spotted Vladimir Putin off the coast of Alaska.  Until then, we didn't know he was there."

More shocking than Sarah Palin's name being thrown into Team Trump's bingo ball cage, is the name Bristol Palin, who is being considered for the position Surgeon General.

Responding to surprise at this leak, Kralweiler said, "Sure, Bristol has been recognized across the country for her good looks and chastity campaign.  Sure, she's had her second child out of wedlock, but it's not like she's going to perform actual surgeries!  Among other duties, she will map out the parts of a woman's anatomy that Congress can work on outlawing, once and for all."

Other tantalizing leaks have hinted at Newt Gingrich being tapped as Secretary of State.  "And we know where we can get a good deal on a private email server," says Kralweiler.

There is talk of Rudy Giuliani being nominated to the Supreme Court, and an entirely new Cabinet position is being considered for broadcaster and entertainer -- working title is "Bitch in Chief".

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

First Three Initiatives of President-Elect Donald Trump Presidency

After his stunning defeat of Hillary Clinton, President-Elect Donald Trump's Transition Team is losing no time in distributing Non-Disclosure Agreements to every person living in the United States.  Beginning November 22nd -- coinciding with the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy -- waves of mailers will flood the country.  Every recipient will be  legally obligated to sign -- based on future legislation.

"We want to get this house-keeping item out of the way, early," says Karl Kralweiler, head of the Team Trump, the President-Elect's transition team.  "We want this wrapped up by Inauguration Day. That's when we begin rounding up every voter who didn't for the Fuhrer... I mean, President Trump."

Once the recalcitrant voters are out of the way, Team Trump will turn its attention to members of the media who did not support their leader's campaign.  "It'll be time to pay the piper," says Kralweiler. "We don't plan on hurting anyone.  We just want to re-educate them.  This will take place in camps.  What could be a more friendly setting for re-education than at a camp?"

Once every dissenter -- down to the grandmothers who published disapproving paragraphs in church bulletins -- the Team Trump will roll-out an extensive infrastructure program.

"We're going to rebuild the entire country," President Elect Donald Trump says, stepping out of a nearby lavatory, to the chorus of a flushing toilet.  "It's going to be the most terrific infrastructure this country has ever seen.  The best.  Nothing ever like before anywhere in the world... maybe even in the universe."

When asked, "How do you plan to pay for the program?" Trump placed his hands on his hips and smiled.

"We're going to hire every small-time contractor in the country -- tens of thousands of people," he said.  "We're going to put them all to work.  And when it comes time to pay them... Well, we'll just have to re-open negotiations with them, that's all.  It'll be great.  We'll have tremendous infrastructure.  The best..."

Friday, July 29, 2016

Trumponium Epiphany - His Presidency Won't Be So Bad

Donald Trump is going to win the American Presidential election, and it's OK. 

America and much of the world survived George W. Bush, arguably the worst president in American history.  If W. didn't launch the nukes by his first Valentine's Day in office, Trump is even less likely.  Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, no doubt has a list of enemies sewn into the lining of her favorite pants suit.

There is a fundamental difference between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Show Donald Trump a map of the world, and the first thing he thinks about is where to build  casinos.

Show Hillary Clinton a map of the world, and the first thing she thinks about is where to start bombing and bring FREEDOMTM.

Compare Hillary's history of "pay to play" versus Donald Trumps ventures, and the casual observer would be hard-pressed to identify who is the actual huckster.

Donald Trump is that loud, drunk guy at the company golf tournament, with the crazy, slashing sunburn across his face because he was too short-sighted to wear a hat or sunscreen.  He's loud and laughing at stuff that's not funny, making jokes that aren't funny.  He's got his arm around people who politely peel themselves out of his sweaty clinch.  He scans the room looking for a kindred soul, and finds none.  But a strange kind of hilarity coalesces around the guy, that even though he, personally, is not humorous, there is humor in his existence, in his spectacle, in how few fucks he gives about creating that spectacle.  And if you're able to remain outside his vortex and observe from afar, soon the clownish asshole is greater than the sum of his parts, and you're laughing, imagining telling your friends about him the next day, thinking about how you'll describe the ridiculous sunburn he's got that an eleven year old would be smart enough to avoid getting.  And his once-obnoxious guffaws roll in like waves.  One or two or a handful of such laughs are intolerable, but the sheer onslaught of them, the magnitude, the plenitude, the unendingness of those humorless guffaws -- is hilarious.  The man's commitment to being The Asshole, at some point, becomes almost admirable.  That's he's willing to be Loud Guy, Drunk Guy, a Figure of Fun, with the blazing red stripe across his sweaty, leering face, the mask of Comedy and Tragedy all at once.  And then you contemplate the hangover he'll doubtless have the following morning, and you feel a rush of compassion for the lout, that he would take on the mantle of Town Foole for the rest of us, have his blow-out in the most inappropriate of venues, sweat stains under his arms, crude remarks mixed with the odd, insightful insult spill from his lips.  Slip into his vortex and you risk a sweaty hug.  If you're a woman, you'll surely have your ass pinched.  A man would endure an avalanche of backslapping.  But as long as the proper distance is maintained, observing That Guy, The Fool, The Figure of Fun is cathartic.

That is Donald Trump.

And then there is Hillary Clinton, who would build a nest in your ear and charge you rent. 

The real reason Donald Trump would make an excellent president is because he doesn't want to govern.  He just wants to be president:
One day this past May, Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., reached out to a senior adviser to Gov. John Kasich of Ohio... (who spoke only under the condition that he not be named), [saying] Donald Jr. wanted to make him an offer... Did he have any interest in being the most powerful vice president in history?

When Kasich’s adviser asked how this would be the case, Donald Jr. explained that his father’s vice president would be in charge of domestic and foreign policy.

Then what, the adviser asked, would Trump be in charge of?

“Making America great again” was the casual reply.
If Trump took it into his mind to govern -- unlikely -- his ideas are so radical and unhinged, not even the Republican House and Senate would pass his legislation.  There is a reason why most Republican Congressmen and Senators were reluctant to endorse Trump and why they still find it hard to like him -- because he forces them to be responsible human beings.  His prejudice is so overt that they're in the uncomfortable position of asking a fellow rich white guy to "reel it in".  And this is painful to them.  His alienating ideas of how to bully the rest of the world cause even war hawks to demur. 

Most of all, the outrageous egos of the House and Senate Republicans have now met their match and have been found wanting.  Against the flashlight beam ego of your average citizen, the Klieg light ego of a politician is blinding and overwhelming. 

Enter Donald Trump's ego -- the dual suns of Tattooine!

What would Donald Trump legislation look like?
  • Putting his face on all United States currency.
  • Sales tax amnesty one day per year for all American men named "Donald".
  • Making Twitter the national bird. 
  • Wet T-shirt contests on the South Lawn of the White House. 
  • Taco Tuesdays.  
I say, give him a chance.  It's his turn.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Criminal Syndicate Seeks to Join Fraternal Order of Police

          Bluffer Street Boyz in new gang attire; hoping to impress F.O.P. by standing in line.
A criminal syndicate known as the Bluffer Street Boyz announced today that it is seeking to join the Fraternal Order of Police. "We consider ourselves an elite criminal gang," said masked Boyz spokesman, Toggle, "and joining the cop union seemed like a natural fit. We are expert at committing the crimes. They are expert at keeping criminals out of jail."

To prove his point, Toggle pulls a tattered, folded, soiled news clipping from the Star Tribune from the rear end of his low-hanging jeans.  It begins: "Since 2000, at least 143 people in Minnesota have died after being shot, Tased or restrained by a police officer. To date, not a single officer has been charged in any of those deaths."

"Those are the kind of results we're after," Toggle explained.  "And remember that cop in Baltimore who slit a restrained dog's throat?  He was let go.  Free -- and got almost fifty grand in back pay!  Boom!  That is what I'm talking about!"

Toggle regains his composure: "That would be gold for the Bluffer Street Boyz.  We kill a lot of family pets to, you know, 'send a message.'

"Or, look at the cop in New York who ran over a pedestrian who had the right of way," Toggle opined.  "It was on video, for fuck's sake!  Even the boyz at the clubhouse thought for sure the cop would at least be charged, to, you know, at go through the motions.  But nah!  She walked.  She wasn't summonsed or charged by NYPD, nothing.  That would really work for me and the Boyz, cuz we get tied up a lot with traffic violations.  Number of times I tell those motherfuckers to take some driving lessons, they get they asses pulled over all the damn time.  And that's where the cop union'd come in and make everything ah-ight."

The Fraternal Order of Police had no immediate comment regarding the Bluffer Street Boyz request for representation, though an insider who asked to remain unnamed says the gang's chances of being accepted are better than they think.