Friday, March 3, 2017

Club For the Galacticly Stupid

Editor's Note: It's hard to believe so many "adults" in responsible positions can be such spoiled brats. One thing is clear, cliche's abound for this behavior: You can't fix stupid - Life is hard, but it's even harder when you're stupid - Ideology makes smart people dumb.  However, some of these people were either born stupid or chose stupidity and are now striving for perfection.  RK

Maxine Waters Says:  "I was a millennial once!"
By Kyle Olson March 2, 2017
How short is the Democratic bench? 78-year-old Maxine Waters is the apparent champion of millennial outreach.  The California congresswoman, who says “impeachment” more than her own name, explained to a group of young people that she’s one with them because she “was a millennial once.”..........She ended her remarks by saying, “Stay woke!”.......To Read More.....

Puny turnout for Rosie anti-Trump protest outside White House
 By Kyle Olson February 28th, 2017
Not even Rosie O’Donnell could draw more than a hundred or so Donald Trump haters outside the White House tonight.  Jack Posobiec was on the scene earlier this evening and reported the protest was “nearly 100% media.”.....To Read More....

Democrats are banking on Trump's failure
By (@susanferrechio) 3/2/17
Democrats have emerged with a plan to counter President Trump's well-received Tuesday speech to a joint session of Congress: make a big bet that Trump's policies will fail and that the nation will eventually reject him.  A day after Trump's big moment on Capitol Hill, Democrats made it clear they are looking to oppose Trump at every turn, and hope voters can start seeing the effects of Trump's agenda, no matter how effectively he is able to communicate with voters......To Read More....

Columbia profs blame student suicides on Trump
New York Campus Correspondent
Professors at Columbia University want space to discuss their “distress” over Donald Trump’s election, saying they don’t know anyone who isn’t “chronically and deeply” upset by the result.
In a letter to Columbia President Lee Bollinger, professors Robert Pollack and Letty Moss-Salentijn, the co-chairs of the Columbia Faculty Affairs Committee, say Trump’s election has cast a “malaise that sits like a fog over Columbia” that not even George Orwell’s classic 1984 can adequately address. “We know no one at Columbia who is not upset, chronically and deeply, since the election,” declare Pollack and Moss-Salentijn, who even go so far as to blame the result for recent student suicides.....To Read More.....

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