The President Elect has been calling forth a steady stream of acolytes and former enemies to visit the great golden trailer in the sky. So far the floated names have been people whose visage on the TV usually caused muttered unhappy noises if not projectiles. It would appear that Mr. Trump having only friends he’s hired and relatives is limited to the Fox News guest list and commentators.

We shall have to see the final personnel list, but so far the names floated rank somewhere between disgusting and downright dangerous.

Feel free to comment on particular people as you view them.


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15 Responses to HELP WANTED

  1. tony bassham says:

    Good piece
    It’s becoming clear before Inauguration that Trump will put in place hater’s like himself to do his bidding.
    ” Donald Trump reportedly names Jeff Sessions for Attorney General”
    “In addition to promoting Trump, Sessions has been “a hard-liner on free trade and immigration, arguing that prospective immigrants don’t have constitutional protections,” Bloomberg Politics writes. “He has opposed efforts to overhaul prison sentencing, back off the war on drugs and legalize marijuana.” Sessions also voted for a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage and was against the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”

    As America’s top lawyer and law enforcement officer, Sessions would potentially play a large role in vetting Trump’s Supreme Court pick.”


  2. tony bassham says:

    “The Tweeter-in-chief”
    Paul Walman
    In reading this short piece, its hard to feel sorry for the press. Although in looking at the bigger picture it portends big troubles ahead. It’s not like there hasn’t been a big flashing light here.. I’m sure though, none will have a private email server so we can relax, right?


  3. tony bassham says:

    Inside a stunned White House, the President considers his legacy and America’s future.”

    President Obama, ever the optimist.. I absolutely love and appreciate the guy.. I wish his last act would be to fire Mr. Comey.. Ah, let Trump rehire him..

    Liked by 1 person

  4. tony bassham says:


    “This dramatic turn to Trump was driven by a turnout surge of Trump votes and a turnout fizzle of Clinton votes on election day itself. While this effect was strongest in rural counties, it happened across the board in rural, suburban, and Democratic strongholds according to Steve. CNN Exit Polls document this change in the Figure below.

    More than a million Florida voters (11%) made their Presidential choice in the last week. Trump won this group by 18 percent reversing a slight lead Clinton had built up in the campaign prior to late October. By simple math, this corresponds to a Trump plurality of 188,000 on election day, more than his current statewide lead of 114,000. As you can see in 2016 the Democratic share of this population dropped while the Republican share rose above levels not seen in this century.”

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  5. Jamie says:

    For those who haven’t been keeping track of the continuing count
    Today’s Popular Vote Count: @HillaryClinton = 63,045,266 & 47.9%. @realDonaldTrump = 61,607,950 & 46.8% NO MANDATE


  6. rebelliousrenee says:

    Since when have Republicans let a little matter of someone else winning the popular vote stop them from governing as if they had a mandate. IMO, with every announcement to Trump’s team and cabinet we are still witnessing the further implosion of the GOP. None of these clowns will deliver a greater America… none of these clowns will deliver the wanted economic relief…. none of these clowns will “drain the swamp”.

    The only question is…. how much damage will they all cause before Americans wake up to the fact that they’ve been duped.

    Liked by 3 people

    • tonyb39 says:

      Yes, Renee, duped ***,
      Horrible what they have inflicted on the rest of us and this country..
      I ask myself though, what price did the gop pay for GWB? Not a pleasant thought..
      I want Democrats to give him the same chance the Gop gave Obama..

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Jamie says:

    Trying to find out what we can do. Ignore the experiments.


  8. Jamie says:

    Okay you can post You Tube videos. Now trying to figure out if you can do pictures or only those with editor privileges writing posts.


  9. Oregon Democrat says:

    If Trump had lost the Electoral College and won the popular vote, he and his supporters would be squealing like pigs , charging rigged election…

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Overbosity says:

    “Hey, let’s just wait and give Trump a chance. His campaign platform of building walls and rounding people up, misanthropic inner-circle, and conservative cabinet picks give no indication whatsoever as to what a Trump administration might be like- it might be great! He’s a New York liberal, anyway, it’s not as if the Republican establishment is waiting to exploit his inexperience.”

    Liked by 2 people

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