It’s official!

| January 20, 2021

We have a new President of the United States. Joe Biden has been sworn in. Now, finally, after 50 years in federal elected office he can get to work on fixing some problems. What are the priorities for the Harris Biden Administration you may ask?

They outline it here at Whitehouse.gov;

President Biden will deliver bold action and immediate relief for American families as the country grapples with converging crises. This will include actions to control the COVID-19 pandemic, provide economic relief, tackle climate change, and advance racial equity and civil rights, as well as immediate actions to reform our immigration system and restore America’s standing in the world.

Of direct interest to readers here are the latter two goals.

“Restore our standing in the world”? I assume that will include immediately putting more downward pressure on our economy by joining the Paris Climate Accords, go back to the free trade (in only one direction) of the Trans Pacific Partnership, and take all pressure off Iran by unconditionally rejoining the horrendous Iran deal.

As for “civil rights”, Biden had previously promised to reopen the US military to those with severe body dysmorphic mental illness transgenders.

Now for the real question. When does the impeachment and 25th Amendment talk start? I also await a full, unconditional pardon from him for Corn Pop (who was a real bad dude).

Category: "Your Tax Dollars At Work", 2020 Election, Biden

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  1. Commissar says:

    Trump’s playing the long game…

    Trust the plan!

    • Sapper3307 says:

      Agenda -21?

    • Ret_25X says:

      he was. your cronies are playing the kleptocrat game.

      I guess you can’t wait to pay more taxes for less and less government services….oh…my fault…you have to earn income to pay taxes, eh comrade.

      What an ignorant schmuck you are to cheer for the stagflation of the Obama era. After all, what’s the problem with more working class and small business owner bankruptcy, eh comrade?

      No wonder you are the unterhero…Commissar Dumbkopf!

      • Deckie says:

        As those who fled Socialism and Communism told me, it’s all jealousy based. Birds of a feather and all…

        Lars is a fuckup and a failure. Always was and always will be, and folks like him want to drag the rest of us down to their miserable level of utter hopelessness.

        • SFC D says:

          The way corporations and people are fleeing the bay area, he’s gonna be the only one left in that socialist utopia soon. Lars, you can’t leave until you clean up the human shit left behind.

          • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

            And don’t forget to clean up the used syringes as well. Careful! Don’t get stuck! (oh…..wait…..on second thought…..)

    • Commie-Tsar says:

      I like sucking the cock of our lord and masters, the Chinese Communist Party – do you?

      • Deckie says:

        Remember… he DID tell an actual Chinese born man who said it IS a communist country he was wrong.

        Imagine that arrogance, served California style.

  2. Sapper3307 says:

    Wikipedia -Cleaned up its Hunter Biden page, his Navy service was cut short by a cigarette somebody gave him with C****** in it,

    • Mason says:

      OMG, they did!

      The following month, Biden tested positive for cocaine during a urinalysis test and was subsequently discharged administratively. Biden attributed the result to smoking cigarettes he had accepted from other smokers, claiming the cigarettes were laced with cocaine. He chose not to appeal the matter as it was unlikely that the panel would believe his explanation given his history with drugs and also due to the likelihood of news leaking to the press; it was ultimately revealed to The Wall Street Journal by a Navy official who provided the information.

      Yes, the guy who admitted to previous drug use and has since then been caught by his own photos smoking crack was the victim of a laced cigarette.

      • rgr769 says:

        Hey, those crack-pipe photos on Hunter’s laptop were created in the basement of the Kremlin. Everybody knows that laptop and it’s contents was Russian disinformation. Who you going to believe, your lying eyes or Gropey Joe’s handlers and the Progda.

        • Anonymous says:

          Not to mention the one of him getting a foot-job from a Chinese girl… he clearly was a victim and in no way did he wallow in a steady stream of people trying to compromise him for the enjoyment.

        • Green Thumb says:

          He was getting his inner “Corn Pop” on.

      • SFC D says:

        “Victim”. Sure. Just like Hillary was a “victim” of draconian security regulations when she accidentally sent classified materials to her bathroom server.

    • Berliner says:

      Yes, all those rehab stays (6+) were just for cases of the “sniffles” and that one case of the sex toy stuck up his @$$.

  3. KoB says:

    Damn, I missed the *coronation*! I guess the preparation of a Black Forest Ham and Cheese on toasted Captain John Derst Butter Bread with Duke’s Mayo took precedence. Seeing a career, grifting, self enriching politician being emplaced as the “elected official” of the free world held no interest. I guess you could say that the assembly of the best run voter fraud organization the world has ever seen could be classified as an accomplishment. “…Long Live The King…” /s/

    I, too, wonder when the King will be replaced by the Queen?

    • SFC D says:

      Betting pool here in the shop says Joe gets 25th amandmented in 6 months.

      • rgr769 says:

        I think the timing on that depends on how well they can control him and his ability to read the teleprompter aka the TOTUS.

      • charles w says:

        I have tried to make a bet with my liberal relatives about this and none of them will take it.

    • Old Crow says:

      Just after the 2022 mid-terms.
      That sets up:
      1) Plausible deniability that the Biden-Harris bait and switch was a part of the plan all along.
      2) Shields congressional Dems from any retribution at the ballot box in November 2022. Going 25th Amendment earlier then the mid-terms affords the electorate an opportunity to vent their displeasure on a Democratic Party that installed a candidate that barely got 2% of her own party’s support in the 2020 primary run.
      3) Sets President Harris up for a Constitutional maximum 10 year term in office…2 remaining years of the Biden presidency + 2 full 4 year terms as President Harris outright.

  4. Skippy says:

    Welcome to a new extreme
    Biden is already showing
    Just how crazy left he’s going to be
    We need a break from the extremes
    What ever happened to middle of the road

    • Ret_25X says:

      in truth, there is no “middle”. Never has been.

      There is only liberty one side and tyranny on the other.

      It is a self evident truth that those who burn crosses vote democrat.

  5. Sapper3307 says:

    Hunter in the Lincoln bedroom yet?

    • Forest Bondurant says:

      Yes, and probably with a stripper and a few lines of white powdery substance.

    • penguinman000 says:

      He can’t be much worse than Roger Clinton or Billy Carter.

      • SFC D says:

        At least Billy was fun. Made some really bad beer, though. I still have a can. No, Slow Joe, you can’t have it.

        • Hondo says:

          Billy was a fool, but he knew that and didn’t try to convince anyone otherwise. And you gotta have some degree of respect for anyone who’d say, publicly in an interview, “I never did say that my sh!t don’t stink.”

      • Hack Stone says:

        Hack Stone is still trying to figure out who the hell purchased all of those Roger Clinton CD’s that occupied the clearance bin of the Camp Foster PX back in 1997 – 98 time frame. There musty have been 50 copies of that album, probably going for $2.99. Never saw someone purchase one.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      So, Hunter wil stay at HoJo’s?.

  6. Sapper3307 says:

    Twitter turned on the full POTUS page for him, a massive 2 million followers.

    • TXNorsky says:

      I wonder how many of those are bots or persons with more than one account.
      Maybe a few 1000+ internal testing accounts.

    • Commissar says:

      I like presidents who don’t get banned on Twitter.

      • Amateur Historian says:

        I like social media platforms that don’t make other world leaders nervous over massive censorship.

      • penguinman000 says:

        That’s a super sophisticated of you! Tell me, how much do the Kardashians influence your foreign policy views?

        • Commissar says:

          That the world needs to stop elevating these reality TV fucks to positions of influence.

          • Anonymous says:

            Ah, so it’s actually Real Housewives of New Jersey.

          • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

            What will you watch then? The local PBS channel when they have a mini-series on the 57 different flavors of socialism? The failures of Communism through the years?

      • SgtM says:

        Says the guy that has been booted off pretty much every site he gets on. That’s from your own mouth. Hypocrite much?

      • Mason says:

        I like “public squares” that aren’t authoritarian and filled with hypocrites.

        From Twitter;
        “Ahead of the Ugandan election, we’re hearing reports that Internet service providers are being ordered to block social media and messaging apps.

        We strongly condemn internet shutdowns – they are hugely harmful, violate basic human rights and the principles of the #OpenInternet.”

        That was on 12 Jan, 2021. Just days after they blacklisted and permanently banned the President of the United States.

        • Commissar says:

          So you are in suppport of universal public internet access and curtailing the control private corporations have on our internet “public square”?

          We are agreed then.

          Otherwise you are full shit.

          What was your position on Net Neutrality? Nearly all the “but mah 1st Amendment” hypocrites here were against it.

          As was Trump.

          So after fucking Americans over by claiming it is not a free speech issue since service providers are “private” and it is their right to decide what can and cannot be sent Transmitted, what priority it should be given, and how much to charge for it…

          Suddenly the right is all for making the internet a public square?

          • Mason says:

            I am actually in favor of net neutrality. I’m also against the defacto monopolies given to cable and phone companies. I should be able to choose which cable provider I want, not be told that only one is permitted to operate in my city.

      • Sapper3307 says:

        What about presidents that seize the means of production?

      • rgr769 says:

        I liked this site better when you were banned. Although some responses to your comments are entertaining.

      • USMC Steve says:

        You are outta luck then. Biden ain’t president. Facts are what they are. You have to actually win the election to be prez. And he didn’t. And we real Americans are going to do everything we can to obstruct and impede that senile socialist motherfucker. Like the socialist dems and libtards did to Trump, who was a president.

  7. Tallywhagger says:

    Articles of Impeachment were already prepared and wait only for the Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene to introduce. She’s a cutie, too.

    • KoB says:

      I’d hit that! Wonder if she cooks too?

      • Commissar says:

        Go for it!
        She deserves you.

        • Tallywhagger says:

          Hell, I knew that you were special, and all that shit, but I thought you liked girls.

          Ah well, they say there’s someone for everyone, you’re gonna love what they’ve done with latex,

        • Commie-Tsar says:

          I’ still waiting for that “special someone” that will make me a dish of Cream of Sum Yung Guy soup… Mandarin style!

      • Tallywhagger says:

        Being from Georgia, odds are pretty good that she can set a table for any season or occasion.

        • KoB says:

          Don’t you know it Tally. I Google Fooed her the other day when I saw the notice that she was going to file the impeachment papers. Her family are long time residents of a town not too far up the corner and around the road from me. Southern Mamas from towns like that still make sure their girls can put the groceries on the table. Her hubby owns a construction company, her district is west of Atlanta. Prolly won’t be long till the trash moves further out along the I-20 corridor and there goes that neighborhood.

          Now that the Dominion system has been proven to work, the outlying counties will be next as to who is elected. All of the nice quiet towns that were within 30-50 miles of the ATL have become trashed with high taxes and crime.

  8. QMC says:

    “Not my president?” We can still say that, right?

    • Skippy says:

      Only if your a Democrat
      If your a Republican then your a extremist

    • Commissar says:

      Yes.

      It works, too. Every time.

      It can take 4-8 years, but it always comes through.

      More reliable than prayer.

      • QMC says:

        Of course comrade! Religion is the opium of the people!

        • Commissar says:

          That is so early 20th century.

          Fox/OANN/Newsmax and Q anon fan fiction.

          • Anonymous says:

            Leftism is the opiate of the unstable pseudo-intellectual living in Mom’s basement.

          • Hondo says:

            19th Century, actually. Marx first wrote that in the 1840s.

            Geez – don’t you even know the teachings of your Patron Saint well enough to get the century in which he made his “sacred statements” correct?

            • Commissar says:

              I know when Marx published…

              I am talking about when his writings were put into action.

              • Hondo says:

                That too happened during the 19th Century – specifically, during the Paris Commune. Marx himself described that as the first example of the “dictatorship of the proletariat”.

              • Berliner says:

                We get it that you’re a “fervent follower” of Marx.

                Definition of commissar:

                1a: a Communist party official assigned to a military unit to teach party principles and policies and to ensure party loyalty
                b: one that attempts to control public opinion or its expression
                2: the head of a government department in the U.S.S.R. until 1946

    • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

      Need to clarify.
      “Xiden! Not My President!”
      Show him as much respect as the DildoCrats and Re-pube-nicans showed PDJT

    • xyzzy says:

      No.

      Fuck that.

      The ‘not my President’ meme is childish. It was childish when the Democrats said it about Trump; it’s just as childish now. Firstly, he’s America’s President, not your personal President. It’s been that way ever since George Washington took the Presidential Oath on 30 April 1789. Secondly, the current President is Joseph Biden. That is objective reality. Cope.

      My resolution for 2021 – anyone who hands me that ‘not my President’ junk is someone who has lost my respect for their opinions.

      • Commissar says:

        1″ Anti Barack Obama “Not My President” Button/Pin https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001LQEB2A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_DCjcGbR42B6YK

        “First available: November 20th, 2008.”

        Just for the record.

        • SFC D says:

          Concur 100%. Despised Barack Obama, didn’t care much for Clinton, served faithfully under them both and they were both my President. Not the President I wanted, not the President that would’ve been best for the country, but still the President. Adults accept that fact and get on with their lives.

          • xyzzy says:

            +1

            🍺 <—Have one on me, SFC.

          • Hondo says:

            Agreed. Stolen election or not (and yes, Commissar – there is indeed persuasive but not fully conclusive evidence that the election was stolen), we’re stuck with . . . Biden for a while – just like we were stuck with JFK after 1960, LBJ as a US Senator after 1948, and the Funnyman Thief as a US Senator after 2008.

            Like it or not, he’s now “That Guy”.

            • LC says:

              If I may ask, what evidence you feel is ‘persuasive’?

              • Hondo says:

                The number of dead and underage voters that appear to have cast votes in Georgia, for starters. Between those two categories, it’s alleged that about 5x as many votes were cast as constituted Biden’s alleged margin of victory in Georgia. And those were hardly the only “irregularities” in the state.

                Evidence of similar fraud – as well as vote fraud of other types – apparently exists for AZ, NV, PA, MI, and WI.

                Haven’t seen the primary documentation for any of that, so I’m working from indirect sources. But if what’s alleged is anywhere near correct, that means there’s substantial evidence indicating a stolen election – just like there was substantial evidence indicating LBJ stole the 1948 Democratic US Senate primary (and thus the US Senate seat, since Texas was essentially a one-party state re: statewide elections during that time frame).

                However, in both cases Federal courts appear to have either halted existing investigations or refused to order the matter to be investigated further. So the nation was stuck with the result.

                And please, Commissar: spare us any “the courts didn’t act on those claims” propaganda. Federal courts have traditionally been reluctant to overturn state-run elections, and certification of election results for Federal elections is a state prerogative. So as a general rule, if a Federal election is stolen in a given state and is certified by the appropriate authorities in that state, it almost always stays stolen.

                • LC says:

                  Since this argument has been beaten to death, I won’t resurrect it here, but if you have any reasonable sources that show that, and give plausible motive for why the (Republican) Georgia election officials are somehow in on the steal, I’d love to see it.

                  I agree that large number of dead voters, or children voters, would be pretty damn suspicious. And early on, I know Tucker Carlson was saying that happened too.. until he had to back-pedal because one of the dead rose like an evil Democratic vampire and provided proof she was alive. One such story here:

                  https://www.forbes.com/sites/tommybeer/2020/11/14/fox-news-host-tucker-carlson-apologizes-after-falsely-claiming-a-dead-man-voted-in-georgia/

                  I do keep an open mind, and want secure elections, but it seems when the level of proof doesn’t pass initial tests, local election officials, state officials, and Bill Barr at DOJ, … it’s best to be skeptical.

                  • Hondo says:

                    One error in 10,000+ cases is less than a 0.01% error rate. Does that mean you’re OK with accepting the 10,000+ fraudulent votes simply because one initially thought to be fraudulent was found to be valid?

                    • LC says:

                      Have you got a source for the 10K cases? I would certainly find that troubling. But I’m also puzzled how various officials from local, to state, to federal, all ignored such a thing if it has any merit. Given the choice between ‘conspiracy’, or ‘there’s nothing there’, I lean heavily towards the latter.

                      As for 1 error in 10K, that’s assuming the other 9,999 are correct. To step away from politics for a moment, if I say I have a bag of 10,000 green balls, and pick one at random, and say, “See? A green ball!”, and you point out that it’s actually red, well, the two most likely situations are either: a) I had one red ball in the mix, and had a 1 in 10000 chance of picking it, and was just extremely unlucky, or b) not all of those 10,000 balls are green.

                      Since 1/10000 things don’t happen all that often, I’m inclined to think the latter is more likely. And I think additional ‘reportedly dead’ voters turned up alive, so to continue the analogy, it’d be like me then saying, “Well, there was only a 0.01% chance of that, so pick another!”. And you do, and it’s another red one. Now, if there were a whopping two red ones in that otherwise green bag, the chance that that happens is 2/10000 * 1/9999, or roughly 2e-8.

                      If you want a source on multiple ‘dead’ people turning up alive, I’ll try to find one. I know you’re a by-the-numbers guy, so I was just curious to hear your concerns, but didn’t want to turn this into a full-on discussion.

                    • Hondo says:

                      See the link provided in the preceding article. As noted above, it cites secondary sources and doesn’t cite the underlying primary sources. It’s therefore not definitive – unlike the court testimony at the court-ordered but never-completed investigation of LBJ’s theft of the 1948 Democratic US Senate primary.

                      Still: the allegations appear to have merit, and should IMO damn well have been investigated (and still should). Whether there’s a viable remedy at this point if they’re found to be true or not is a damn good question. As I also noted elsewhere: once a US Federal election is stolen and certified by a given state it almost always stays stolen – regardless of the fact that it was stolen.

                      And yes: I’m aware that the Georgia Secretary of State is (1) GOP, and (2) has said “nothing of the sort happened”. However, he’s also the one responsible for running elections in Georgia and certifying their results. Seems to me that puts him in a position that has a decided conflict of interest with respect to claims of voter fraud – either he admits he’s incompetent by ordering an investigation, or he ignores it and says “all is good” when it may not be. I’m not saying either is the case, but at this point I’d love to see a formal investigation of alleged irregularities in those 6 six and the results – with supporting documentation – made public.

                    • LC says:

                      @ Hondo:

                      Still: the allegations appear to have merit, and should IMO damn well have been investigated (and still should).

                      I did just go and read the first volume of the ‘Navarro Report’ which documents these cases, but disagree with your characterization that they have merit… and I think, if you read it, including the end-notes, you’ll come to the same conclusion.

                      It certainly has a veneer of authenticity given the countless references it cites, but that’s about it.  For example, in the section on ‘fake ballot manufacturing’ (Vol I, page 9), citation number 15, about a truck driver giving a sworn affidavit that he picked up large crates of ballots in NY and brought them to PA, is a Youtube video.  That video is a nine and a half minute long video of an OAN broadcast of Jesse Morgan, the driver, detailing what the ‘anomalies’ he claims.  And hey, bringing ballots in from out of state sounds bad.  But according to the Lancaster election official, Diane Skilling, it’s not uncommon to have some ballots come in from out-of-state, but the total number the driver claims is more ballots than were requested in the county, and thus not true as their results show.  That is, he claims he delivered between 130K – 280K ballots, but Lancaster, a red county going for Trump 160K to Biden’s 115K votes, says it mailed out 109K ballots, and received 91K back.    On top of that, while the facts matter, the nature of the witness can go to credibility, and a ghost-hunting dude with a history of drug abuse, mental health issues and domestic violence doesn’t exactly make me feel like his word should outweigh the data of several respected election officials.

                      That’s just the first end-note I looked at, in the first section I looked at.  It seems to me, Navarro threw together whatever references he could find without looking at the veracity of them.  The next one, 16, refers to a ‘John Doe’ filing that I couldn’t find with an initial (and admittedly quick) search, and the following one, 17, refers to the ‘suitcases’ of ballots claimed in Georgia, which Georgia did investigate, and found no wrong-doing.  Maybe most importantly, though, to the original topic of dead voters in Georgia, is that this heavily referenced paper doesn’t actually list a reference for that claim – see page 11, paragraph 3!

                      I skimmed a few others, and haven’t found one bit of solid evidence yet.  There’s some references to Dominion being tied to Chavez and Soros, of course, but nothing showing likely systemic fraud.   One of my favorites is the citation of the Ramsland Affidavit (citation number 135), claiming that several precincts in Wayne County, Michigan had 100% turnout, but a quick check of the precincts listed shows they’re actually in Minnesota, and the numbers simply don’t add up.  They got the state wrong.

                      Finally, once again, yes, even if the Georgia election officials have a conflict of interest in that fraud who show their incompetence, there’s still the issue of the DOJ and a multitude of court rulings all saying these have no merit.  But at the end of the day, I hope you’ll read through the report and research the cited references.  Our politics differ, but I do take you as a ‘by-the-numbers’ sort, and I think you’ll find the evidence lacking, too.

                      If you want references for any of my points above, let me know.  Since were nested deep, I left them off.

      • LC says:

        My resolution for 2021 – anyone who hands me that ‘not my President’ junk is someone who has lost my respect for their opinions.

        On a lighter note, I’m suddenly reminded of this:

        https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DAG-5fmUwAAahsh?format=jpg&name=large

  9. FuzeVT says:

    “restore America’s standing in the world”

    Yes back down to what it was when Obama was president.

  10. ChipNASA says:

    With advanced apologies to the Lionesses of TAH…

    Here’s Lars, our Commie….

    Note: Erroneous link deleted per request of original commenter below.

  11. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    Folks are noticing that the Donk-promised “two thousand dollar checks” are only $1400.

    The press will, of course, handwave that as the voters “misunderstanding”.

    Off to a -great- start!

  12. ChipNASA says:

    Here’s Lars…

  13. Sapper3307 says:

    A reliable source at CNN told be that Floyd Austin is really CornPop.

  14. Commissar says:

    Biden is signing 17 executive orders as his first executive actions.

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/20/politics/executive-actions-biden/index.html

    Trust the plan!

    Q

  15. Sapper3307 says:

    And on that note—
    Lars it seams we have a draft dodger in White House, same standards as before from everybody?

    • Commissar says:

      Wait, Biden’s dad paid a doctor to make up a bone spur diagnosis so his rich privileged shitbag of a kid could avoid serving?

      That is one hell of a coincidence.

    • Commissar says:

      Just looked into your claim.

      The similarities are actually substantial. Both definitely did everything they could to avoid service. The only difference is Trump had to buy a medical diagnosis and Biden actually had one.

      There is literally zero medical evidence Trump has or ever had bone spurs.

      Biden has released his medical records and there is lifetime records of asthma.

      But call Biden a draft dodger if you like. It is clear he sought and received deferments to avoid going

      I think the fact that privileged kids, in college or otherwise, could get deferments while other kids could not is bullshit.

      And I am not impressed with the effort people put into obtaining deferments.

      • rgr769 says:

        Any male going to college got a deferment. I had a student deferment for two years. And I wasn’t “privileged.” Except for about $200 my father paid toward my first quarter’s tuition and books, I paid all my tuition, books, and living expenses until I was awarded an ROTC scholarship for two years. There was no “effort” in obtaining deferments for college, you effing moron. But then that wasn’t anything you would know about, not having been spawned for another sixteen years.

      • Hondo says:

        Hmm. He must have made one helluva recovery from that “teenage” asthma – he made the freshman football team at Delaware, and also made the spring varsity team as a junior (he met his future first wife that summer and decided spending time with her was more important than playing college football). I also seem to remember he was a lifeguard at times as either a teen or while in college.

        Oh, FWIW: that “teenage asthma” didn’t result in Biden getting another deferment. Rgr769 is correct in saying that all male college students received them during the mid 1960s. Rather, that asthma resulted in his being classified into category 1Y – which equates to “only subject to draft during war or national emergency”. Vietnam technically was neither. After that reclassification, he no longer needed a deferment to avoid the draft.

        Finally, a diagnosis of the existence of a medical condition by a competent physician is indeed considered evidence that the condition exists. So without further evidence to support it, your assertion that Trump’s dad “paid for” a fraudulent diagnosis is – to be charitable – an assumption on your part rather than a demonstrated fact. That may or may not have happened, but you’d have no way of knowing that based on what’s been made public.

        • Berliner says:

          Let us not forget that Hunter served proudly as a commissioned officer after getting waivers for previous drug use/abuse for (checking calendar) 1 month before he got a Less than Honorable Discharge for the “sniffles”.

          • Green Thumb says:

            Dude, he smoked a Moolie that his friends hid in his cigarette pack as a joke. And he did not even know!

            Cut the guy some slack.

      • Green Thumb says:

        Dude, half the dudes in OSUT had the Asthma at the beginning or very near.

        Pain, shame and and the vaccine called “Boot In The Ass 98” that was administered for Tiny Heart Syndrome usually cured Asthma fairly quick.

  16. Old NFO says:

    I will give the Biden and Harris administration the exact same support, civility, and respect as was extended by Progressives and Democrats to the previous administration.

  17. Berliner says:

    In celebration of the Inauguration of TOTUS, pAntifa Anarchists have smashed the Democrat campaign headquarters in Portland. Another group of pAntifa Anarchists have have blocked and surrounded a lone individual and are pretending he is a soccer ball in Seattle. (watching live)

    • Sapper3307 says:

      The Brown Shirts might have to be removed,, again?

      • Hondo says:

        Nyet. Following the glorious example of Comrade V. I. Lenin, when no longer useful they will be declared counter-revolutionaries and will be dealt with by a new version of Red Terror.

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      Lars is probably prepping his “street medic” bag for the “peaceful protests” in Oakland…

      • Sapper3307 says:

        KY jelly?

      • Green Thumb says:

        In all all of my time in the Army, I have never seen so many “Medics” in one place than I did during the protests.

        I mean, think about! So many medics that they would be fighting among themselves to touch you so that they could get the CMB!

        That would make the life of an Infantryman so much easier….

        I know finally feel important after years of being disparaged for being a knuckle-dragging ignoramus.

  18. Hack Stone says:

    Hack Stone is just glad that The White House will no longer be occupied a rich old white guy who dodged military service during the Vietnam War with a bogus medical disqualification, uses his political connections to enrich himself and his family, shows signs of mental instability, is known for making racist comments, and has credible allegations of sexually assaulting women made against him.

    Oh, never mind.

    I

  19. OWB says:

    Now that they got what they wanted, all will be quiet now, right?

    Sure.

  20. Devtun says:

    Bill Clinton fell asleep during the Inaugural speech. Up late w/ his energizer bunny I guess. It can’t be because it was just plain dadgum boring. Chrissy Wallace of FNC called it the greatest Inaugural speech he had ever heard -yeah, that includes JFK & Reagan.

  21. Green Thumb says:

    I wonder if Corn Pop surfed?