Friday Open Thread |These Are the Rotten People Who Make Up This Administration

We are in the midst of a government shutdown.The pain thrust upon government workers, coast to coast, is mounting everyday.

These people are being held HOSTAGE by the whims of a madman and his racist vanity project.

They DO NOT CARE about the pain being put on these workers.

It’s obvious.

Here’s your greatest hits in callousness from yesterday:


Some more pain for the workers:

I have to ask…..

Senator Bennett of Colorado has HAD IT!!
He had time yesterday👏👏

And here’s the latest extortion demands:


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92 Responses to Friday Open Thread |These Are the Rotten People Who Make Up This Administration

  1. rikyrah says:


    emokidsloveme (@emokidsloveme) Tweeted:
    I still think about people who said. “I prayed about the election and let God lead me. I voted for Trump.”

    They’re trying to use God and prayer as a shield against the truth. They knowingly voted for a bigot and con man because they wanted to vote for a bigot.

    • majiir says:

      My youngest brother works for Boeing in Washington State. I talked to him about an hour ago. He told me that one of his co-workers told him that he’s through with Trump and called Trump ignorant, said that Trump has messed up our government, and that it will take years to get it back on track. I imagine there are millions that voted for Trump who are now having “come to Jesus” moments. My brother and I agreed that some that voted for Trump really thought he was the actor they watched on “The Apprentice.” [BTW: I hate reality TV programs.] I blame them for their gullibility and for not doing the necessary research to find out he was an unethical, ignorant, immoral, authoritarian-minded, selfish prick before they voted for him. Whenever I’d read about someone connected to Trump’s campaign, I started research on them. I knew they weren’t ”the best” persons for the job when Trump repeatedly made the claim in 2016 and I knew about their ties to Russia, but those who voted for him didn’t know or didn’t care. If they’re disappointed with him or pissed at him now, it’s their own d@mn fault that they fell for the world’s biggest shyster and conman.

  2. Ametia says:

    I’M DONE

  3. Ametia says:



  4. Ametia says:
  5. Nancy kicked that mofo’s ASS

  6. rikyrah says:

    About Dolt45:

    Frankensteinbeck says:
    January 25, 2019 at 2:39 pm
    Also, as I said before, he LIKES whining. Narcissists get a big kick out of complaining that the world is unfair to them. He’s done. Further fits will be much shorter and the end pre-determined. Maybe more important, Nancy broke McConnell. He knows he can’t pull this shit either.

    EDIT – What’s that quote? “Pelosi is as good as McConnell thinks he is”?

  7. rikyrah says:

    Pé Resists (@4everNeverTrump) Tweeted:
    Trump caved on the shutdown.

    Roger Stone was arrested.

    Steve Bannon implicated in Stone’s indictment.

    Jared Kushner’s security clearance in peril.

    Best. Friday. Ever.

  8. rikyrah says:

    He has hit the crazyfication factor…AT LAST 👏👏👏

    • Ametia says:

      45 knows how to manipulate & distract media. 3 fucking weeks?

      PUTIN must be oh so pleased with all the chaos & tomfoolery, wihuch is the whole point of it all, mothers WALL.


  9. Ametia says:

    Word of the Day : January 25, 2019

    PERFECT description of the parasites fucking up our GOVERNMENT

    adjective mye-OH-pik


    1 :
    affected by myopia : of, relating to, or exhibiting myopia : nearsighted

    2 :
    lacking in foresight or discernment : narrow in perspective and without concern for broader implications

  10. rikyrah says:

    Renato Mariotti
    ‏Verified account @renato_mariotti

    5/ A “high-ranking Trump campaign official” is described later in the indictment having contact with Stone through intermediaries about the WikiLeaks hacked emails. One of those emails was previously published by @nytimes and they identified the official as Steve Bannon.
    5:26 AM – 25 Jan 2019

  11. rikyrah says:

    From Jamelle Bouie:

    …But the paramount reason for resisting this deal, and any other, is what it would mean symbolically to erect the wall or any portion of it. Like Trump himself, it would represent a repudiation of the pluralism and inclusivity that characterizes America at its best. It would stand as a lasting reminder of the white racial hostility surging through this moment in American history, a monument to this particular drive to preserve the United States as a white man’s country.

    In fact, you can almost think of the wall as a modern-day Confederate monument, akin to those erected during a similar but far more virulent period of racist aggression in the first decades of the 20th century. Built as shrines to white racial dominance as much as memorials for any particular soldier, they were part of a larger, national drive to uphold white supremacy against what one nativist thinker termed a “rising tide of color.”

  12. rikyrah says:

    The arrest of @realDonaldTrump friend Roger Stone by the @FBI confirms, again, the following fact:MOST SUCCESSFUL WITCH HUNT EVER

    — Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) January 25, 2019

  13. rikyrah says:

    It’s cold as a muthaphucka outside (temps below zero), but I am smiling, sitting here, drinking my coffee this morning 🤗, reading stuff like this:

  14. rikyrah says:


    Can I tell you that I let out a scream of joy when I heard this on the radio while getting ready this morning 🤗🤗🤗👏👏

  15. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone😊😊😊

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