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            Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Donald Trump’s message to Lower Slobbovia

                           Res Ipsa Loquitur

Some of our thrilling celebrities are threatening to abandon America, our beloved politicians are boring the rest of us to death in nightly pie-throwing contests, and “foreign leaders” are pulling the bedcovers over their heads in terror. This must be another presidential campaign.

Ringling Brothers, ever on the hunt for the latest wild man from Borneo with two heads and three feet, should move the greatest show on earth into the Big Top and charge admission. Everybody wants to watch, even if the faint of heart complain that the sight of it all makes them leave the tent with wet pants.

A spokesman for the Mexican embassy wouldn’t confirm that any Mexican diplomat had complained to anyone in Washington about Trump fatigue, but observed that its top diplomat, Claudia Ruiz Massieu, had called Mr. Trump “ignorant” and, of course, “racist,” and his plan to build a wall to keep Mexicans at home was “absurd.”
Reuters, the British news service, reports that foreign diplomats are alarmed by the Donald’s “inflammatory and insulting public statements.” The folks in Foggy Bottom, who are trained to view with alarm and never have to learn to point with pride, are stumped for what to tell them. “As the Trump rhetoric has continued,” one of the officials tells Reuters, “and in some cases ‘amped’ up, so too have concerns by certain leaders around the world.” Three officials who were willing to talk about the shortage of fainting couches in the frightened precincts of the world, declined to say exactly where these precincts are, but conceded that some of them were in India, South Korea, Japan and Mexico.

But leaders in Britain, France and Canada have indeed gone public with their not-so-private fears. The economics minister of Germany, who you might think would be devoting full attention to the swarms of migrants from the Islamic world threatening to make Muslims of Germans, says the Donald threatens peace and prosperity.

A spokesman for the Mexican embassy wouldn’t confirm that any Mexican diplomat had complained to anyone in Washington about Trump fatigue, but observed that its top diplomat, Claudia Ruiz Massieu, had called Mr. Trump “ignorant” and, of course, “racist,” and his plan to build a wall to keep Mexicans at home was “absurd.” The fear of such a wall is that it might actually work, as such a wall has worked in Israel, and hamper the dumping of an excess of Mexicans.

Foreign governments in the past have always kept their criticisms of American elections muted. There’s something of an agreement among the gentlemen (and ladies) in striped pants. If the prime minister of Lower Slobbovia, for example, won’t say anything in public about a scary candidate in America, maybe an American president won’t say anything about the mayhem and abuse in Lower Slobbovian elections.

Foreign criticism is thus mostly hyperventilation; diplomats must have someone to complain to, and to report that he said something in what used to be called “cables” to the Home Office. Now everything is sent via email, secure or, in the case of a famous former American secretary of State, not so secure. However, diplomats from countries where everyone must mind his tongue lest it be removed with a rusty knife, never quite learn how America works, and think the U.S. government can control what a candidate, like everyone else, is allowed to say.

Donald Trump scares these foreign diplomats because they think he might mean what he says about forcing the rest of the world to do their share of the heavy lifting required to keep the free world more or less free. In fits of candor, some diplomats concede concerns that the United States might become “more insular” under President Trump, who has threatened to repeal or revise trade agreements and push allies to take a larger role in facing up to the radical Islamic threat in the Middle East.

“European diplomats are constantly asking about Trump’s rise with disbelief and now with growing panic,” a senior NATO official tells Reuters. “With the European Union facing a [serious] crisis, there’s more than the usual anxiety about the United States turning inward when Europe needs American support more than ever.”

Gen. Philip Breedlover, the senior U.S. commander in Europe, says he’s getting more questions than usual about how American elections work. “And I think they see a very different sort of public discussion than they have in the past.”

Indeed they do, and if these foreign diplomats in Washington had been paying closer attention to what’s going on in the United States, particularly in the flyover country that is as foreign to American elites as it is to the rest of the world, they would have seen the phenomenon of 2016 coming. Donald Trump did not come out of nowhere, like a summer squall that ruins the picnic.

The great Republican unwashed feel betrayed. So do many Democrats, as Bernie Sanders could tell you. The wheel that goes around comes around, and it may be about to crush anyone who doesn’t get out of the way. That’s the message to be sent to Lower Slobbovia. [Wes Pruden]

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Writing in Righteous Indignation, Breitbart noted that, “the left doesn’t win its battles in debate. It doesn’t have to. In the 21st century, media is everything. The left wins because it controls the narrative. The narrative is controlled by the media. The left is the media and narrative is everything.”
A spokesman for the Mexican embassy wouldn’t confirm that any Mexican diplomat had complained to anyone in Washington about Trump fatigue, but observed that its top diplomat, Claudia Ruiz Massieu, had called Mr. Trump “ignorant” and, of course, “racist,” and his plan to build a wall to keep Mexicans at home was “absurd.”

Just when did "Mexican" become a race? Don't bother. I know it's Libspeak for anyone who isn't WHMOED. Stupid MF's don't understand they have overused the word to the extent it is now a joke as an epithet. I guess that's evolution. Now, if they would all just "evolve" into a worldwide dirt nap.
--General Petty Officer Fifth Class Skyhawker Doug
"If HE wins, I'm going to move away!"
This phrase sure has seen better days.
Once a way to boycott,
the words now mean squat.
And it ceases to ease their malaise.

Who is the girl to the left of Sam Jackson?? I recognize everyone else.
@Sonoboy: I'm on board with you here. IRRC - the *last* time these folks threatened to leave, most didn't (unfortunately). Maybe we can get them to sign something binding, this time. ;-)
Who is the guy top row far right?
Esteve- I don't know his name, but for some reason the image dredged up a song from my youth:

Let them come in...we'll make them eat the yellow snow...
Top row:
Rosie o'Donnell, Rev Al Sharpton, Jon Stewart, Whoopie Goldberg

Bottom row:
I don't know, Samuel L Jackson, Cher

They will not be missed. Canada might get pissed off, tho.
I don't know her name either but she is on The View and her statement was, "If a Republican is nominated I'm taking my entire family to Canada, I've already got my ticket."

What an ignorant bitch. She should leave now because it's a given that a Republican will be nominated.
Please, move to Canada. Where there are no jobs and a one hundred year old run down shack is 700 grand. Where your neighbor will be a Chicom trying to launder his money out of one commie disaster into the new commie disaster. But you won't hear anyone complaining there (cause it's against the law). Once again, there's no movesie backsies. -Anymouse
Canada ain't far enuf for some of 'em. I'd like to see Sharpton relocate to the Crab Nebula, and take Obeyme and Mooch with him.

Rosie O' -- Ganymede. along with Harry Belafonte, Susan Sarandon, and Barbra Streisand.

Whoopie -- Nairobi, along with Jackson and Jackson and Lee and Lee and a few others, where they'd feel more at home.

Canada seems about right for Jon Stewart, maybe somewhere on the northeast corner of Ellesmere Island.
That would be Raven-Symoné (Christina Pearman), ye she is on The View, and yes she said she's go if a Republican it's nominated, so she has to go.
Ah, Samuel L. "What's in YOUR muthafuckin' wallet?" Jackson! His classic line from "Snakes on a Plane" was bowdlerized in the TV version as, "I've had it with these mountain farming snakes on this Monday to Friday plane!"

I hope there are snakes on the plane when he leaves.

Moo-lin-yan Nabo-li-don

You could do a Kickstarter to get them enough money to go to a nice socialists paradise like Cuba or North Korea.
....Or maybe 5 gallons of gas each for a bonfire of the inanities.
Funny how none of them are escaping to Mexico...
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