Let’s say there are 200 hours. Let’s say there are 50 hours since January 2016. Put 10 people on it for one day and find out if there isn’t something a little more impacting than what he played in his intro.My guess is that every minute of this material has been listened to by someone, and unfortunately it seems a dud. Should have been put out without the hype, it is just crying wolf…
In response to “txhurl” (I can only assume that he lives in Texas and has stomach issues) :
Agreed, this was a good gift dropped in our laps. As they say, there’s got to be a pony in here somewhere.
56 posted on 2/23/2017, 10:00:33 AM by proust (Trump / Pence 2016!)
This is, of course, an old joke that refers to expecting a nice gift, and getting a pile of manure instead.
Time for one more….
Rush on amnesty for DREAMers: “Nobody’s going to win anything by deporting a bunch of kids”hotair.com ^ | 2/22/17 | Allahpundit Posted on 2/22/2017, 8:33:23 PM by ColdOne
“Small price to pay to get the problem under control,” he says of amnesty for hundreds of thousands of young illegals, via the Daily Rushbo. Am I awake?
I kid. This shouldn’t be shocking — if you’re a pragmatist, not a polemicist. Point one: Trump has been hinting at amnestizing DREAMers for months. Usually that takes the form of gooey pronouncements about having a big heart and how “great people that are here that have done a good job … should be far less worried” about deportation than criminals. Lately, though, the White House has showed its hand more clearly by declining to suspend Obama’s DACA program for DREAMers as part of its executive overhaul of immigration policy. All Rush is doing here is getting in line with a Republican president he already spends much of his time defending.
Point two: An immigration deal with Democrats that would trade serious enforcement upgrades for amnesty for DREAMers does make a lot of sense. If Trump needs to horse-trade with Democrats to get 60 votes in the Senate for more Border Patrol, more sophisticated means of tracking immigrants internally, and so forth, legalization for America’s most sympathetic class of illegals is an obvious possible concession, especially since Obama’s already granted them…
Well, that’s enough Freeper disappointment for this go-around.
And I didn’t even touch on the Freeperati’s shocked comments on The Darnold’s attempts to play dictator running aground on all those nasty checks and balances.
I do have to say that Don Cheeto is reminding me more and more every day of General Dreedle from Catch-22, with Jared Kuschner playing the part of Colonel Moodus:
General Dreedle: Who is this man?
Colonel Cathcart: Major Danby, Sir.
Lt. Col. Korn: Danby… D-A-N-B-Y…
General Dreedle: Take him out and shoot him.
Colonel Cathcart: Sir?
General Dreedle: I said take him out and shoot him… can’t you hear?
Colonel Cathcart: Take Major Danby out and shoot him…
As soon as Major Danby began to cry, Colonel Moodus, who had been vacillating wretchedly on the sidelines, could restrain himself no longer and stepped out diffidently toward General Dreedle with a sickly air of self-sacrifice. ‘I think you’d better wait a minute, Dad,’ he suggested hesitantly. ‘I don’t think you can shoot him.’
General Dreedle was infuriated by his intervention. ‘Who the hell says I can’t?’ he thundered pugnaciously in a voice loud enough to rattle the whole building. Colonel Moodus, his face flushing with embarrassment, bent close to whisper into his ear. ‘Why the hell can’t I?’ General Dreedle bellowed. Colonel Moodus whispered some more.
‘You mean I can’t shoot anyone I want to?’ General Dreedle demanded with uncompromising indignation. He pricked up his ears with interest as Colonel Moodus continued whispering. ‘Is that a fact?’ he inquired…