27 February 2017

Tremble in terror, liberals.....

.....for today is February 27, the day of the first "Spirit of America" rallies, a giant nationwide display of mass support for Trump!  Yes, Hair Furor's ovine, spelling-challenged legions will surge forth in their paint-chip-eating millions, proclaiming their loathing for Mexicans, gays, and health insurance (in many cases their own), and far eclipsing our earlier petty pink-hatted protests that dared challenge the august rule of The Donald.  Let's watch our cities today, and see what kind of grass-roots strength the right wing in our country really has!

Update (just after 6:00 PM Pacific time):  Checked a few wingnut sites including Breitbart and found no mention of any rallies.  Finally found a few pics on this post at Democratic Underground (which linked to mine) -- scroll down to comment #11.  It also links to this report at RawStory which shows why the wingnut sites have nothing to say -- the "event" was a total flop.  Let's see how they do on the other pro-Trump rally date, March 4.


Blogger Shaw Kenawe said...

This is what's burning Trump's prodigious arse.

28 February, 2017 05:02  
Anonymous NickM said...

Just queriosity but why do you use the Britishism "arse" and not the USism "ass"?

I have a feory you see...

28 February, 2017 23:46  
Blogger Pinku-Sensei said...

"The YouTube account associated with this video has been terminated due to multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement." Well, phooey. That took less than one day.

As for why the 27th was such a flop, the wingnuts' own insult "unlike you lefties, we work" would make for a good excuse to explain why a protest on Monday would flop. Let's see if "March forth" (that level of punniness is actually a little more than I expect out of them) works better for them. It's on a Saturday.

01 March, 2017 14:02  
Blogger Shaw Kenawe said...

NickM: "Just queriosity but why do you use the Britishism "arse" and not the USism 'ass'?"

One of my dearest friends was from England -- Bournemouth. He was the funniest and best drinking bud I ever had. He died 8 years ago at the ridiculously young age of 47, but not before he told me the pronunciation is "arse," not "ass." I think it's far more elegant, and it reminds me of Richard every time I say or write it.

For his 40th birthday, he asked me to make him a timpano -- the one featured in the movie "Big Night." I made him TWO. And now when I make one for a special occasion, I think of him and the great times we had drinking too much wine and laughing our arses off.

01 March, 2017 14:55  

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