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Biden responds to heckler at speech: ‘Everybody’s entitled to be an idiot’ President Biden responded to a heckler while delivering remarks in Milwaukee on Monday, saying, “Everybody’s entitled to be an idiot.” “They’re entitled to be outrageous. This is a democracy,” Biden said during that speech, also saying, “Good manners is nothing they’ve ever suffered from.” – …said the IDIOT with the manners to shower with his daughter, sniff the hair of women, pooped his pants for a pope and farted in front of the Duchess of Cornwall. INCOMPETENT. INCONTINENT. IDIOT. IMBECILE.
Toggle Commented Sep 5, 2022 on Winter Is Coming at JustOneMinute
You can’t be pro insurrection and be pro democracy.’- Joe Biden, 9/5/22 So, Joe, Thomas Jefferson was a crazed MAGA man, eh? Joe, why are such a frigging IDIOT; such a lyin’ dog-faced, pony soldier of an imbecile? “God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, and always, well informed. The part which is wrong will be discontented, in proportion to the importance of the facts they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions, it is lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty. … What country before ever existed a century and half without a rebellion? And what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure.” – Thomas Jefferson, 1787 ________ A Brit Hume tweet: Years ago, Joe Biden asked me why I never used sound bites from him in my coverage of the Senate. “Senator,” I said, “I think you’re a windbag.” He good-naturedly laughed it off. I thought it was true then. Read this and see if you think it’s true now… – Brit Hume _______ “Everybody’s entitled to be an idiot.” – Joe Biden 9/5/22 … said the IDIOT with the nuclear launch codes. IMBECILE! _______ ‘Inflation was high last year because they didn’t have computer chips for cars.’ - Joe Biden, 9/5/22 Inflation: now it’s a computer’s fault. This bum starts his 81st year on Planet Earth in 76 days– 70 years after he left Scranton, PA, for which they're all grateful. “Come on, man. Not a joke.” – Joe Biden, 9/5/22 This angry old bum is goddamned IDIOT.
Toggle Commented Sep 5, 2022 on Winter Is Coming at JustOneMinute
Biden promised in 2020 he would ‘never’ use military as a ‘prop’ President Biden is taking criticism for placing Marines behind him during a deeply partisan speech Thursday evening outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia despite promising in 2020 he would not use the military as a “prop.” “I’ll never use the military as a prop…” -Joe Biden A lyin’ dog-faced pony soldier. And, as always, an IDIOT. ________ How does a Mongo handle a lyin’dog-faced pony soldier?
Toggle Commented Sep 4, 2022 on All Very Awkward at JustOneMinute
Davod: Recognize a partner in peace when you see one. ________ (CNN) The uncrewed Artemis I mission will get another attempt at launching on a journey around the moon on Saturday. The two-hour launch window opens at 2:17 p.m. ET on September 3. The current forecast for Saturday includes a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the morning and early afternoon hours, so the launch team will keep a close eye on the forecast, said Marc Berger, launch weather office with the US Space Force’s 45th Weather Squadron. There is a 60% chance of a weather violation during the launch window, Berger said. There is still a backup opportunity for the Artemis I mission to launch on September 5 as well.
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2022 on All Very Awkward at JustOneMinute
Davod: Reagan was dead in the water w/o Gorby. It was Maggie who whispered in Ronnie's ear to work with Mikhail. Just as Begin was up the creek w/o a Jimmy Carter U.S. financed paddle without Sadat in '77. And playing the role of Thatcher in that bit of theater: CBS News correspondent Walter Cronkite.
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2022 on All Very Awkward at JustOneMinute
R.I.P. Mikhail Gorbachev ‘We will bury you.’ – Nikita Khrushchev ____ Lest we forget: Margaret Thatcher’s assessment of Gorbachev became international news, a first opinion of this future key figure. When Margaret Thatcher stated that she “could do business together” with Gorbachev, she was attempting to influence both the United States and the Soviet Union. For the United States, it was a subtle rebuke of President Reagan’s vocal attacks on the Soviet Union that had been making news in an election year. Her further comments on the possible role for Great Britain concerning the ongoing disarmament talks was another attempt to guide U.S. foreign policy. For the Soviet Union, Thatcher’s praise of Gorbachev was an attempt to influence the choice of a successor for the current President, Konstantin Chernenko. This one interview demonstrates Britain’s attempt to influence the potential end of Cold War hostilities. – source, Time magazine named Mikhail Gorbachev its “Man of the Decade” Saturday, calling the Soviet leader “the force behind the most momentous events of the ’80s” and the man responsible for ending the Cold War. – How Gorbachev and Reagan’s Friendship Helped Thaw the Cold War The two leaders recognized in each other the desire to move past tense politics and end a nuclear standoff. One was an avid capitalist, an actor-turned-U.S. president determined to quash America’s nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union’s “evil empire.” The other, a young committed communist who rose through the political ranks to lead the USSR, pushing publicly for reform. But Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev, unusual bedfellows as they may have been, managed to forge not only a mutual respect, but a friendship, which helped end the Cold War. “I think, frankly, (that) President Gorbachev and I discovered a sort of a bond, a friendship between us, that we thought could become such a bond between all the people,” Reagan told journalists in Moscow during a visit in 1990. In his book, Dear Mr. President … Reagan/Gorbachev and the Correspondences that Ended the Cold War, historian Jason Saltoun-Ebin writes that confidential letters between the two world leaders forced the men to “talk, debate, argue, disagree, but also offer proposals even when they thought no agreement would be possible.” “Both Reagan and Gorbachev recognized that change was coming, and both wanted to be on the right side of history,” he writes. “But they needed to find a way to overcome forty years of Cold War ideology. They needed to find a way to trust each other.” More than 40 letters, many hand-written, and four summits in just over three years were key to building that trust. In his autobiography, An American Life, Reagan writes: “As I look back on them now, I realize those first letters marked the cautious beginning on both sides of what was to become the foundation of not only a better relationship between our countries but a friendship between two men.”… “If Brezhnev had lived another six years, Reagan would have made no progress on arms control,” he says. “Reagan needed someone to meet him halfway. He found this person in Gorbachev.”
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2022 on All Very Awkward at JustOneMinute
Lest We Forget-- August 30, 2021: BIDEN RIPPED FOR APPARFENTLY GLANCING AT WATCH DURING CEREMONY FOR FALLEN TROOPS President Biden has come under fire for apparently glancing at his watch during a solemn ceremony at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware for the 13 US troops killed in the terror attack near the Kabul airport… During the event, he placed his right hand to his chest as the flag-draped coffins were carried off the Air Force C-17 Globemaster plane… “Looks like he was being inconvenienced by having to show some respect for these American Heros [sic],” Samuel Williams, a disabled US Army veteran, said on Twitter… “It’s true. Joe Biden checked his watch during the dignified transfer of the servicemembers killing in Afghanistan at the airport,” columnist Nicholas Fondacaro wrote… You can see him jerk his left hand to pull the watch out from under his sleeve, then look down at it,” he added. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee wrote: “Many of us remember Pres Bush 41 checking his watch during a debate and how awful it looked (even though we all felt same way about that debate.) But this is shocking and will be remembered.”… Foreign policy analyst Nile Gardiner, director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at The Heritage Foundation, said that “there is nothing more important than paying your respects to America’s fallen war heroes, Mr. President.”… Former White House doctor Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas) said in a tweet: “Apparently our Commander-in-Chief has better things to do than honor the 13 service members who died on his watch? “I’m DISGUSTED! God bless these heroes and their loved ones. They deserved better,” he added. The 13 troops who were killed in Kabul had been assisting with the evacuation of Americans and Afghans after the swift fall of the country’s government. Among the casualties were 11 Marines, one Navy corpsman and one Army soldier. The victims ranged in age from 20 to 31, including 23-year-old Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee, who was captured last week in a photo cooing over an Afghan infant.’ And this shower-with-your-daughter-creep is going to foul Independence Hall with a pigeon dropping lecture on the ‘soul of America’??? When this demented, steaming POS finally lightens the load on the planet, and every house cat on the planet fights for a spot in line to follow their instincts with his carcass- the rest of America will have their heads bowed– staring at their watches.
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2022 on All Very Awkward at JustOneMinute
Remembrance of note; August 25, 2012 R.I.P. Neil Alden Armstrong American astronaut; first man on the moon Ad Astra
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2022 on Dog Days Open Thread at JustOneMinute
Blue Bonnet margarine was .99. Now it’s $1.79. Kroger lasagna was $9.99. Now it’s $15.99. Attaboy, Joey.
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2022 on Dog Days Open Thread at JustOneMinute
Retrofire! Move over Apollo/Saturn V, here comes Artemus/SLS: NASA Sets Launch Coverage for Artemis Mega Moon Rocket, Spacecraft Artemis I: How does Artemis compare to Apollo?,to%20the%20Moon%2C%20but%20NASA%E2%80%99s%20SLS%20will%20be. From a letter written to H.G. Wells, dated April 20, 1932: “There can be no thought of finishing, for aiming at the stars, both literally and figuratively, is a problem to occupy generations, so that no matter how much progress one makes there is always the thrill of just beginning”. – Robert H. Goddard
Toggle Commented Aug 22, 2022 on Dog Days Open Thread at JustOneMinute
Brian Stelter’s ‘Reliable Sources’ canceled on CNN: ‘Impeccable broadcaster’- sez USAToday H.V. Kaltenborn was an impeccable broadcaster; Richard C. Hottelet was an impeccable broadcaster; Edward R. Murrow was an impeccable broadcaster; Walter Cronkite was an impeccable broadcaster; Charles Collingwood, Douglas Edwards, Bob Schieffer, John Holliman, Roger Mudd, Chet Huntley, David Brinkley, Frank Reynolds, Bernard Shaw, Peter Jennings, Max Robinson, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Howard K. Smith, Barbara Walters, Harry Reasoner, Tom Brokaw, Judy Woodruff, Miles O’Brien, Gwen Ifill, Jane Pauley, Lynn Sherr, Carole Simpson, yes, Wolf Bliter as well; Harry Caray, Howard Cosell, Dick Enberg, Pat Summerall, the late, great Vin Scully– and yes, even Dan Rather and the ever irritating Jules Bergman… to name a few: impeccable broadcasters all. Brian Stelter is not. “… and that’s the way it is, Sunday, August 21, 2022.”
Toggle Commented Aug 22, 2022 on A Hot Summer at JustOneMinute
Sing out, Lizzy; singe to America from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial: 'Mine ass has felt the glory of the coming of the Trump, It’s so sore it might by weeks before I dare to take a dump, He has loosed his vengeful lightning so from R to D I’ll jump, The Don is marching on. Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! The Don is marching on.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2022 on A Hot Summer at JustOneMinute
With 100% of the Wyoming vote in: Hageman- 66.3% Liz Cheney- 28.9% Lizzy, Lizzy got the axe; as 2 out of 3 voters took their wacks. That “Wicked Wyoming of the West” dropped the House on her.
Toggle Commented Aug 17, 2022 on A Hot Summer at JustOneMinute
“For years a crack political unit was threatened with prison by jealous Ds, frustrated Rs and a DOJ weasel for crimes they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped capture to a MAGA Florida compound. Today, still hounded by Biden's government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, and no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can re-hire… the Trump-Team….” 😉
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2022 on A Hot Summer at JustOneMinute
Garland finally forced to explain? Who cares. He’s Barney Fife. As long as Hunter’s ridin’ high on Air Force One, AG Milquetoast has zero gravitas. Otis Campbell would make a better AG. “Trust us: we’re the government.” Royalists needs no reason. Haven’t you heard? They don’t work for you: you work for them. The war between the Royalists and the Populists is heating up. Pelosi doesn’t need to justify to YOU-- who pays her salary- taking her kid along to Asia nor muting chatters on her husband’s DUI; nor does Biden need to justify dragged his drugged out crook of a kid aboard AF1 to soil a seat. And the IRS Army, which already has 4,600 guns and five million rounds of ammo and 75,000 agents. Soon will have 87,000 more agents. This isn’t a D or R thing anymore. It’s war by the entrenched establishment on the outsiders, We The People, who dare to temper the gravy train citizens pay for; to challenge rationales for endless wars, windmills, lockdowns, and supply chain shortages; to halt billions given to corrupt regimes and want to stop abandoning billion in resources, for starters.
Toggle Commented Aug 11, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
PANTIE RAID! NY Post says FBI rummaged through Melania’s wardrobe… sniffing out evidence, eh fellas: FBI searched Melania’s wardrobe, spent hours in Trump’s private office during Mar-a-Lago raid FBI agents scoured Melania Trump’s wardrobe and spent several hours combing through Donald Trump’s private office, breaking open his safe and rifling through drawers when they raided the former First Family’s Mar-a-Lago home [for NINE HOURS] in Florida Monday morning.
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Biden struggles with coughing fit during speech days after COVID recovery President Biden had to repeatedly halt remarks on the White House lawn due to a persistent hacking cough Tuesday — just days after he tested negative for COVID-19 following a “rebound” infection. Biden, 79, paused several times during his remarks on passage of a $280 billion computer-chip bill, including at one point to sip water. “This is the most difficulty [Biden] has had getting through prepared remarks in a while as he struggles with repeated coughing/throat clearing,” tweeted Voice of America journalist Steve Herman. Jake Schneider, deputy director of rapid response at the Republican National Committee, tweeted, “Just imagine a scenario in which Donald Trump gives a speech days after he gets COVID and hacks nasty coughs into his hands every 30 seconds. It’d be a national emergency. That’s exactly what Joe Biden is doing this morning. Predictably, crickets.” A bum and a hack.
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
“I do know that there has been chatter. More than chatter about the presidential documents and how they must be preserved for history.” – Nancy Pelosi, 8/9/2022 Said the Wicked Witch of the West who tore up the ‘State of the Union speech’ -a presidential document- on live television. “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?” – Henry II of England, 1170
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute This is terrifying. I'll bet Doctor Jill wipes his ass, too. “I trust his judgment.” – Nancy Pelosi, 8/25/21 “Our country could not be more — it could not be better served, than with this most experienced, capable hands than yours, President Biden. He’s just perfect! The timing couldn’t be better.” – 12/15/21 We are so screwed.
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Biden approval rises to 40%, highest in two months, Reuters/Ipsos shows WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden’s public approval rose this week to its highest level since early June following a string of legislative victories, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll completed on Tuesday. The two-day national poll found that 40% of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance, a level of support that is historically low for a U.S. president. So only 60% of Americans see you’re a steaming pile of crap doing a shit job, eh, Joey?? ‘Here’s the deal;’ ‘I’m not kiddin”: down so long it looks like up to you, eh, Joey: Hit it, Morrison:
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2022 on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Ohhhh, you better watch out, you better not cry You better not pout, I’m telling you why Donald Trump’s returning to town He’s making a list and checking it twice He’s gonna payback who’ve been naughty or nice Donald Trump’s returning to town You see him when you’re sleeping He’s there when you’re awake He bugs you when he’s bad or good Which is good for goodness’ sake! Oh, you better watch out, you better not cry Better not pout, I’m telling you why Donald Trump’s returning to town!
Toggle Commented Aug 3, 2022 on Officing Alone at JustOneMinute
‘Failing President’ Biden must announce he won’t ‘run for re-election’: New York Times column ‘New York Times columnist Bret Stephens accused President Joe Biden of being a “failing president” who is so weak that the western world has been left effectively leaderless. Pulling no punches, Stephens also advised that the “best thing” Biden could do is announce immediately that he will not run again in 2024. The author began his blistering criticism of Biden by declaring that “the democratic world today is leaderless.” He brought up world leadership under the U.S. in the past to illustrate his point, writing, “Twenty-five years ago, we had the confident presences of Bill Clinton, Helmut Kohl and Tony Blair — and Alan Greenspan. Now we have a failing American president, a timorous German chancellor, a British prime minister about to skulk out of office in ignominy.” “This is bad in normal times. It is catastrophic in bad ones,” Stephens added, before attacking Biden’s credibility on the world stage. He claimed Biden’s lack of leadership has put holes in U.S. “international credibility.” He mentioned how the withdrawal from Afghanistan “telegraphed incompetence and weakness” and dinged Biden’s handling of the Ukraine conflict. He described the latter as a situation “in which President Biden has committed enough support to prevent outright defeat but not to secure a clear victory.” The author also expressed high doubt in Biden being able to deal with “an imminent nuclear crisis with Iran, in which the president seems to have no policy other than negotiations that are on the cusp of failure.” There is also the “looming crisis over Taiwan” on which Stephens saw Biden being shaky. Summing up Biden’s weakness, Stephens wrote, “Talented leaders turn proverbial lemons into lemonade. Biden seems to be mastering the trick of turning lemonade into lemons.” He then slammed Biden for butchering American “economic credibility,” stating, “The credibility crisis occurs when leaders make confident predictions, in the face of abundant contrary evidence, that turn out to be catastrophically wrong. Insisting that inflation was ‘temporary,’ as Biden did last year, was one such prediction.” [That’s the life-history of Joe Biden, kids. If Biden predicts sunny skies, carry your umbrella, 'folks.'] The columnist expressed fear that Biden’s “insistence on Monday that ‘God willing, I don’t think we’re going to see a recession’ may be the next.” In addition, Biden hasn’t made changes to face the economic problems head on. “At least Jimmy Carter had the guts to nominate Paul Volcker. Where is a similar confidence-inspiring move from Biden, who, remarkably, retains the same inept economic team that helped lead us into this mess?” he asked. Stephens expressed fear about a potential “global recession” and imminent collapse of other nations around the world, implying that’s going to be a tall order for Biden and the U.S. to deal with a geopolitical situation that’s probably going to become much worse. He also severely doubted Biden’s ability to handle the crisis facing “liberal democracy” throughout the world, writing that the rise of “effective autocracies” is a “challenge” for even the most inspired leaders. Except for Volodymyr Zelensky, there are none.” Thus, according to the columnist, Biden might as well step aside in 2024 and let his party find new leadership that can handle the fraught moment he described. He urged Biden to announce he will not be running for president, as soon as possible. “The best thing Biden could do for the country is announce he won’t run for re-election — now, not after the midterms. Let his party sort out its own future,” Stephens wrote.’ – You’re losing the NYT--- along w/your mind, Joe.
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2022 on Bannon Guilty of Contempt at JustOneMinute
Biden tests positive for Covid. He was vacinated twice; boosted as well: During a town hall event in July [2021], hosted by CNN’s Don Lemon, President Joe Biden assured the country that if they were vaccinated, they would not contract COVID-19. He said it to motivate people to get vaccinated, but it wasn’t true. “You’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations,” Biden stated bluntly at the time. [ ] Idiot [ ] Imbecile [ ] Never right [ ] Always wrong [ ] All the above Choose.
Toggle Commented Jul 21, 2022 on Biden On The Road at JustOneMinute
Reminder; 53 years ago today- the pinnacle of the 'American Century' when America truly was great, proved it by deeds- and didn't need it stitched on a silly red hat:
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2022 on Biden On The Road at JustOneMinute
“I’m glad we have a president who can ride a bicycle.” – Pete Buttigieg Too bad he can’t walk up a flight of steps.
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2022 on Biden On The Road at JustOneMinute