Archive for May 2017

Spicer's quick-step choreography in the press room

  As Sean Spicer’s press briefings grow shorter and shorter, There will  be far less time for deceiving. When the grilling gets heated from every  reporter, He’ll  tap dance around before leaving.  

Macron gets a grip on Trump

“Emmanuel Macron has declared victory over Donald Trump, saying that his ability to defeat the US president in the handshake challenge was a ‘moment of truth’ which showed that the French leader was no pushover. The 39-year-old gripped his much older counterpart’s hand so firmly when they met for the first time ahead of a... Read more »

Briefing Trump on Jared

  What should the President do With his son-in-law Kushner? It’s time to bid him adieu And not have his tush near.  
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Pope considers a weighty issue with Melania Trump

  “‘What do you give him to eat, potizza?’ the Pope asked[Melania Trump] the svelte ex-model, referring to a dessert from her native country.”  [nypost.com]   The Pope asked Trump’s wife what she feeds him; For his  gut is much like  a wide-waist tree. Well, he eats steak, cheeseburgers and pizza But not much Slovenian... Read more »

On Trump's ubiquitous sour puss

  Why doesn’t the president smile some  more? He glowers more often than grins. Why so dyspeptic, ill-humored, and sore? Does he fear he will show his three chins?  

Montana Republican body slams reporter a la Trump

  “Republican Greg Gianforte has won the special election for Montana’s open US House seat, CNN projects, defeating Democrat Rob Quist and capping off a whirlwind final 36 hours of the campaign that saw Gianforte being charged for allegedly assaulting a reporter”  [cnn.com]   In Montana, the GOP running for Congress Roughed up a reporter... Read more »
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Wilber Ross protests his ignorance of Saudi Arabia

  “Though Ross was photographed nodding off during Trump’s speech in Riyadh, the commerce secretary was all bubbly about the presidential visit to the Middle Eastern monarchy. ‘[The] thing that was fascinating to me was there was not a single hint of a protester anywhere there during the whole time we were there,’ Ross told... Read more »

Pope Francis and Anti-Pope Trump face off

  They seek common ground if they’re able; Though they’re different as Truth from the fable. And the ones they adore Couldn’t differ much more: Donald Trump  born in wealth, Jesus Christ in a stable.

A reply to Weather Girl's post, A Coat for All Seasons

  Although there are reasons To have a  coat for all seasons. Society Prefers a variety.
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Unorthodox Trump gloms on to the Western Wall

The first sitting President to visit the Wall, Trump tried but he didn’t look holy at all. That he showed devotion To it is a notion Which  should  make the skin of Hasidic Jews crawl.