Following the tragic and untimely death of conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, speculation is running wild about who Barack Obama will nominate as a replacement to best assure that our country and Constitution can never recover. We don't know for a fact that it will be one of the idiots above, but we do know that any nominee Barry actually recommends is worth blocking.
And Scalia's death, still due to unknown causes at the time (although he was found in the "El Presidente" room with a pillow on his head, after which local Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara pronounced Scalia dead of natural causes without seeing the body and without ordering an autopsy) comes at a very convenient time for liberals...
No, we don't think Hillary had Scalia killed. But we certainly expect her to seek political benefit from his death by pushing the importance of her election for the purpose of picking a possible successor (if Obama's nominees are blocked). Additionally, some of the issues under review by the Court (with Scalia expected to be the deciding vote) could have been damaging to the Left - and those running on the Left - if the decisions had been finalized before election day.
But there's no need to look for conspiracies to acknowledge the great loss we've suffered with Scalia's death. Hope n' Change didn't agree with him on everything (including the issue of Gay rights), but he was a great thinker, a Constitutionalist, and a man who made a positive difference for our nation.
Unlike some people who spring to mind...
Saturday's GOP debate featured name-calling, booing and jeers from the audience, and probably Donald Trump's most offensive appearance yet (and that's saying something).
Trump sneered that George W. Bush should have been impeached, that he failed to protect our nation from the 9/11 attacks (the implication being that The Donald would have done better) and he called Bush a liar who knew Saddam Hussein had no WMDs - a notion which contradicts all of the contemporaneous Intelligence assessments, domestic and international, at the time.
Cruz, Rubio, and Jeb all performed better than Trump in the debate, perhaps because their answers were specific and detailed, while his answers always came down to his questionable claim that he can make "great deals" with anyone: Russia, China, Mexico, Republicans, Democrats, Isis, Cancer, incoming asteroids, or whatever.
Hope n' Change is currently maintaining our intent to vote for Trump if he's the eventual Republican nominee...but we can't promise that we won't change our minds if this bombastic, bloviating boob doesn't learn to STFU, especially on the topic of 9/11.
Still, we could do worse...
BONUS: PRESIDENTS DAY CARTOONS FROM THE VAULT!