20 Days To Presidential Election
Trump Needs To Walk Back His Mistake Like A Man
And Call In To Steve Scully
YOU STUPID MOTHER@#$KERS WANT THE IRISH-AMERICAN VOTE?
It's been burnout time for quite a while.
We're all burnt out (certainly I am) with the insane politics.
I didn't blog in September
and haven't posted for about 2 months.
Too busy tending to my own affairs.
We bloggers aren't getting paid to try and keep you politicians honest.
There's just too much craziness, and too much nothingness.
We keep hearing about blockbuster, bombshell disclosures
that are just being released about the obamagate scandal,
and I have to check the date and see
whether these are the same news items that came out six months ago,
because it's all just more of the same.
"Devastating disclosures. The worst scandal in American history!"
Well then, effing PROSECUTE THEM for CHR234@##$ sake!
I know that I, and other poor people,
would have been prosecuted LONG ago for MUCH LESS.
I know because I HAVE been. And THEY have been, too,
and ARE every day.
But nothing changes. Same old B.S. Not even a coherent plan from anybody.
Just screaming and yelling from all sides.
I know I have nothing to be ashamed of.
I don't go around bragging about grabbing womens' vaginas.
What's to brag about in doing that?
That's just disgusting.
I have an older brother who brags about seeing girls'/womens' "twats" (sic).
Faces, lips, hair, necks, backs, legs, arms, hands -
girls have a lot of pretty aspects worth seeing and touching -
but twats? vaginas?
And bragging about it as a grown man?
You have a LOT to be ashamed of.
Me? I say "Ahhhhhhhhh" when the Girl From Ipanema walks by.
That's nothing to be ashamed of.
That's what you're supposed to do.
That's what the song says.
"And when she passes, each one she passes says, "Ahhhhhhhhh."
At least, that's what they're SUPPOSED to do.
But I suppose Trump and my brother would say,
"Boy! I sure would like to grab her TWAT!
I'd like to see her TWAT!"
We know they should be ashamed.
The problem is THEY don't know they should be ashamed.
So Trump says Steve Scully is or should be ashamed?
For deliberately and carefully proceeding before acting?
For asking for the opinion of a colleague before acting?
duh. I don't think so. That's called MATURITY.
Being humble enough, in a good sense,
to realize that one doesn't know it all
and is well-advised to do reality checks
by evaluating the opinions of others.
The absurdity of the crap Trump has just said
and that others write on the internet!
Steve Scully ashamed?!
He's as close to perfection as a journalist as anyone is or can be!
Checking in with a collegue for his opinion before acting?
THAT's something to be ashamed of?
(and if Steve Scully and C-SPAN are gaslighting the Trump campaign,
spitting back a little contempt at them,
mocking them by saying it was a hack?
Absurd and offensive insults deserve contempt.
Steve Scully doesn't have to apologize for or hide his tweet.
Nobody has to "explain away" being an intern for someone
for a couple of months while in college.
Where the hell else is a poor Irish kid gonna get a start?
From a northeastern Democratic politician, that's where.
That was 40 years ago.
Hell, I was a confused weekend hippie, myself, 50 years ago.
But a decade or so later I wrote the limbaugh script
and showed the hapless, stupid, mean-spirited Republicans
the way forward against the bratty, fascist liberal Democrats.
Steve Scully should be honored and praised as a role model
for proceeding carefully and thoughtfully
by consulting with a colleague, getting a second opinion.
He deserves a Congressional Medal of Honor
and a Presidential Medal of Freedom,
and all the highest honors this country can bestow!
One fool wrote that Steve Scully
WAS ASKING PERMISSION from Scaramucci to respond to Trump.
So this is the weakness of the internet bulletin board.
Any perverted fool can sit on the throne in a bathroom stall
and write with it, or with a black marker, on the stall door,
"for a good time call donald trump or rush limbaugh.
We suck each others' dicks."
That's the kind of thing my pervert brother-in-law, charles weldon,
used to snicker about, and my brother mark snickers about seeing "twats"
and trump brags about grabbing "twats" or vaginas
or whatever the hell he calls those things.
We know they're ashamed. OR SHOULD BE.
WE KNOW EVERYONE AROUND THEM IS ASHAMED BY IT.
But that's the problem with campaign teams.
They're assholes, shitheads, punks, brats.
They effed up this time. Big Time.
Steve Scully is no willi horton.
Steve Scully is no dukakis.
Steve Scully is one of THE MOST RESPECTED JOURNALISTS in this country.
Forget your effing campaign team, President Trump.
You need to walk back your position and comments on Mr. Scully.
I'm sure he'll be gracious and understanding.
He seems to be a forgiving and understanding man.
Me? I admit openly to saying "Ahhhhhhhhh"
when I the Girl From Ipanema walks by.
I'm just doin' what I'm supposed to do,
what our culture says we should do,
what the song says we should do.
I'm just doin' my job.
And Steve? Checking with a colleague for advice
before deciding what action to take?
Do I have to effing EXPLAIN this stuff to you?!!!!!!!!!
Anyway, getting back to the repetitive obamagate conspiracy news,
we're told that they're guilty as can be of a conspiracy
all the way to the top to obama and biden, and I believe that's true.
But Barr soft talks it with his baby-talk manner of speech,
Durham hasn't prosecuted, and we don't know if he ever will,
and we have to put up with more Andrew McCarthy posts
(He's come out of hiding after making a fool of himself on the
judge sullivan extreme misbehavior)
reminding us again (digging his heels in)
that ABUSE OF POWER IS NOT NECESSARILY A CRIME.
It sure as hell should be, dude,
and I believe it IS.
This guy McCarthy is TOTALLY deep state judicial system,
totally committed to the high paying careers it provides boring legal writers.
His articles are really, really long and will put you to sleep.
He can't just get to the point, and THAT is what our legal system is all about.
It's all just endless, befuddling talk that goes nowhere
but keeps the game going, keeps the ball in the air.
It's all moot. It's all bullshit. It ain't gonna change nobody's mind.
But it will keep the McCarthys and the National Reviews
and all the liberal counterparts well employed
writing and writing and writing and talking in circles,
chewing up time and consuming LOTS of our money.
IF ABUSE OF POWER ISN'T TECHNICALY, STATUTORILY, A CRIME, MCCARTHY,
IT SURE AS HELL SHOULD BE.
I just love his attitude (sarcasm)
Oh, it's just abuse of power at the highest levels. So what.
Nothing wrong with that.
Why, we should just be used to it by now.
Standard Operating Procedure.
It's not a crime to abuse power at the highest levels.
lol. give us a break, dude.
you had a jesuit education, didn't you?
But I didn't mean to start out on McCarthy. He's not a major issue,
but he is emblematic of the malaise.
He's just like that "Coyote And Sheepdog" cartoon.
clock in. playfight. clock out. Say "have a good night. see you tomorrow."
Meanwhile the 99% of us watch this farce and we remain unemployed and powerless
The Big Issue Here Is SCULLY
Well, I was going to try to be clever here,
like all the paid writers do,
and make it confusing by conflating SCULLY (Steve) and SCULLY (me),
but that would be me playing the Andrew McCarthy game
by writing as if you have nothing to do in the world
but read what I write so I might as well make it long
and confusing and meandering and (clever if possible).
The whole "clever" thing is about emphasizing and showcasing. one's intelligence.
So I won't do that. It's against my DNA.
We're surrounded by bullshit, swim in a sea, an ocean of it.
Should I succumb and join it?
Or should I remain an island of sanity, though the oceans are rising?
Steve Scully Is Civilized
Victor Davis Hanson Says This Election Is About Civilization.
He says a lot of good stuff.
He's remarkable, really.
There are other good people out there, too many to name.
I'll mention Tucker Carlson, Tom Fitton, Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes etc.
This obamagate scandal (which I believe is a bunch of conspiracy crimes)
It's basically what the last 4 years has been all about.
The other part of the last 4 years has been Trump shortcomings.
So here we are, and it all comes down to a coin toss.
It's like last election. Who's worse?
Trump won over hillary in a squeaker because she was worse.
But he's floundered in a media drama circus for 4 years.
I guess that's his thing, right? media circus.
When I saw Ivanka at the Republican Convention
walking down that long, long, long, long runway
with her long legs, all glitzy, one hip at a time,
I thought "He just doesn't get it yet."
It's the presidency. It's the fate of the planet.
It's whether our grandchildren get to live, and how well.
We need a sober and judicious temperament in the white house,
as Victor Davis Hanson would put it.
We need a sense of gravitas.
A paper tiger saying "fuck Iran" just ain't gonna cut it.
We need competence.
Biden's not competent.
Trump is unstable when he's under extreme stress,
like when he's about to lose an election and the rats are scattering
(McCarthy, Barr, Durham etc.)
(to be fair, it's possible Barr and Durham are playing nice with the Dems
to placate them into a false sense of safe security.
In other words, if they saw prison sentences coming
and a complete disintegration of The Party
they might fight like crazy to get out the vote and win.
Drugging them with false complacency might enable The Republicans
to sneak over the line first by a nose.
But that thought is just speculation.
It's what occurred to me ever since the "bombshell Flynn disclosures" came out in May.
And that's about when the craziness in the streets began.
What's stunning, astonishing, is that it hasn't ended.
What's stunning is the behavior of Democratic governors
who seem to prefer America to fail, just to get Trump.
When that notion was first brought up, I scoffed at it.
I didn't think ANY governors, let alone a whole Party of them
would behave that irresponsibly.
But it looks as if they have,
to Trump's benefit politically.
Who's behind this?
I don't know.
It really makes Trump look good by comparison
and he's got a lot of sensible, solid support
(like ALL the police and law enforcement in the country.
Don't get wrong, I see a need for reducing police abuse
and prison abuse and many other things,
but almost nobody is going about these things
is a systematic, wholistic way with a sensible plan.3
So we have to take sides.
I Side With Trump
I see merit in what his critics say,
but I've watched him carefully this summer and he's sharp.
For example, when they said he had Parkinson's
because he used 2 hands to hold the water cup he was drinking from...
and when he was careful walking down the ramp at West Point...
gimme a fuckin' break!
No wonder he rants and rails!
I watched his sarcastic retort, and he was as sharp as a tack,
and right on, and right.
What a bunch of scum the lamestream media has become.
So, he's gotten to a point where's he's hypersensitive about the media.
Actually, he's been at that point for quite a while.
But I remember when the media mocked him during his divorce from Ivana (Ivanka's mother).
IT WAS CRUEL.
I remember watching the "Donohue" talk show back then
and there would be many shows making fun of Trump and his divorce.
I was appalled that Dr Joyce Brothers,
a respected and admired
"psychologist, television personality, advice columnist and writer,"
took part in it, laughing with them at Trump.
Oh sure, she nodded to how hurtful the insane media mockery of his father
must be to his children,
but she couldn't or wouldn't be sober and judicious,
but rather laughed along at them, mocking Trump.
To me, there is no wonder that he loathes the media.
And I think that is why his bond with his daughter, Ivana, is so close.
She and all his children stuck loyal with him, but she above all.
At least, that's what I've read in the checkout lines at the supermarket.
So anyway, I stand with Trump (but I'm not donating any more til they pass stimulus),
as he grasps for another elusive victory.
He might win.
Victor Davis Hanson has explained it, but he talks so much
that he needs to organize his videos and podcasts like a textbook (like I should this website).
Biden's incompetent, obviously drugged up with stimulants for the debate.
We know if we elect him, we're electing his influencers, whoever they will be.
Then it comes down to Pence and Harris.
Pence is sober, judicious and boring - perhaps just what we need right now.
I never thought highly of him for 3 1/2 years, but that was a superficial judgement.
Another boring, stupid Republican, I thought.
But anyone who could withstand the chaos of Trump's first term with dignity and composure,
as Pence has done, has earned my respect.
Harris? Well, ask Tulsi Gabbard.
I'm sure Tulsi supports Harris and hillary now and tows The Democratic Party line,
but go back and see how she demolished Harris in the debate.
So, if we look to the future, to the next four or twelve years,
hopefully we can see an unstressed President Trump who has just won the election,
and who is well managed and supported with a more mature circle around him this time.
And Pence is there for backup, and the next eight years.
Harris seems immature and full of hostility and resentment.
A Democrat victory is unpredictable and scary,
and a Trump/Pence victory is, ironically, predictable.
So, I HAVE TO support Trump,
even though I don't like his childish, unprofessional behavior towards Steve Scully.
Steve Scully Is The Walking, Talking Embodiment
of Civility and Civilization.
Calling Steve Scully a fraud Was The Biggest Mistake Trump
Ever Made In His Entire Life.
Now I saw headlines that said Trump was considering
reaching out to Putin for a nuclear disarmament deal,
and Trump flip-flopped dramatically on The Stimulus, wisely.
Now Trump owes it to Steve Scully to flip-flop and walk it back.
Every respectable person in media and politics and in this country believes
Steve Scully Is A Stable Genius.
Steve Scully will ALWAYS be EVENHANDED with Trump.
He's too tough and professional to let this nonsense ruffle him.
Steve Scully is basically 40 years of EVENHANDEDNESS and PATIENCE.
This doesn't even amount to a speed bump in the road for him.
I think it's odd, and perhaps telling, that trump runs to limbaugh in fear of a SCULLY.
I am a SCULLY.
I maintain that I "wrote the limbaugh script" in 1982,
starting the media revolution that limbaugh then led.
Limbaugh, with some failings like Trump, has never manned-up and acknowledged it.
It may be that it was the kfbk radio management that was directly influenced by me,
and that they hired Limbaugh to do on air what I did with my sac state publications
that shook sacramento and even some in D.C.,
but even in that scenario it's laughable that limbaugh doesn't know of me by now
and how I preceded him with an immediate proximity in location and time,
right there in sacramento, right down the street from kfbk.
Did Trump take his SCULLY problem to Limbaugh with me, David Scully, in mind?
The liberal Democratic psychologists would say that's delusional wishful thinking,
but I have a lot of evidence and live history to back up
the fact that I'm known at the highest levels.
They just don't want to acknowledge me.
They just don't want to help me.
They'd rather crush me.
So as far as the "Steve Scully Affair," it's much ado about nothing.
He interned for a couple of months for Biden and Kennedy 40 years ago?
duh. Where they hell else does an Irish kid from Erie PA get a start?
He linked to a David Brooks 2016 op-ed
which David Brooks titled, "no. never Trump"
during the Republican primaries, I think.
That doesn't make him a never-trumper.
He's a journalist.
It's HIS JOB TO READ ALL THE RELEVANT ARTICLES.
He probably thought Brooks' article was relevant.
All Irish have started out as Democrats.
My grandfather was an Irish Catholic N.J. State Assemblyman,
part of Boss Hague's machine.
I heard my mother talk about it a lot.
My parents were both Irish Catholic Kennedy Democrats.
I outgrew it after the crazy, bratty sixties and went conservatives.
Besides writing, in 1982, what became the limbaugh script in 1984
(and what more than THAT would I EVER have to do
to be deserving unending obeisance and honor and glory
from the stupid, hapless, mean-spirited Republican Party?).
When the sacramento area Republican Party called me
to help them meet Dan Quayle during Bush's Victory '88 Presidential Campaign,
I led the stupid, hapless, mean-spirited Republicans
in repulsing Democratic instigators.
I was pro-Reagan, pro-Bush and Bush,
and I raised hell in the streets for Bush in 2000
when The Democrats tried to steal that election.
I'm pro-Trump and I'm delighted he beat hillary.
THANK YOU FOR THAT, PRESIDENT TRUMP!
The absurdity around the tweet is ridiculous.
I don't care if Steve Scully wrote it or not,
whether he's sarcastically gaslighting with the "hacked" story or not.
Maybe it was hacked.
Maybe it was hacked by Trump's campaign team.
Maybe it was hacked by someone in Steve's office trying to get Mooch's opinion.
It doesn't matter.
They're trying to make a mountain out of a mole hill.
One nitwit wrote that the tweet was a request for the Mooch's permission.
That's all you need to know about the level of discourse here.
It was clearly phrased as a request for an OPINION.
That's what intelligent people do.
They ask people they respect for their opinion
before they make a decision.
Trump's campaign team started it by unfairly attacking Steve as a never trumper.
What an idiot! stupid, or biased, or both.
Steve Scully a never trumper? no. never.
STEVE SCULLY IS THE MOST EVENHANDED, MOST PATIENT JOURNALIST.
Let's see. A blue collar Irish kid from Erie, youngest of 14
(I'm the youngest of 4 and I know the youngest learn the most)
trying to get a start, interns for politicians.
Where the hell does a blue collar kid from a Democrat family start?
With northeastern Democrats like Biden and Kennedy,
about 2 months internship with each I think.
What a joke!
Then, tweeting a link to David Brooks op-ed in 2016?
during the Republican primary?
Steve Scully is a journalist.
THAT IS HIS JOB to read all relevant articles.
David Brooks is relevant.
David Brooks wrote "no not trump not ever"
Steve just linked to it, indicating what David Brooks wrote.
David Scully, October 17, 2020