Death of the Sagbot(?) Don’t make me beg, I will if required though. I mean…if that’s what it takes

Just a place to hang my ramblings and rantings as I discover whether my Prime Minster is going to succeed in making my country a permanent vassal state of the Glorious EU Reich.  

Or, if she fails, she sets up another referendum like they have done in other EU Banana Republics.  The presstitutes and politicians who deplore democracy have been pushing this for months now.

Failing that, she mentioned yesterday that maybe she’ll just forget all about BREXIT.

Feel free to ignore this post.  Although I will be posting anything funny that I come across as well, so not just rantings.

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93 comments on “Death of the Sagbot(?) Don’t make me beg, I will if required though. I mean…if that’s what it takes
  1. Cheque d'Out says:

    LBC – Londonistan Bullshitting C**ts radio

    is discussing the Sagbot now. At 8am The Sagbot(tm) will be on live


  2. Cheque d'Out says:

    Larry the Cat, you little jokester you. Nice one

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  3. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh ye gods, she sounds all perky on the radio. She must be doped to the gills and beyond.


  4. Cheque d'Out says:

    And she’s falling apart on air. And another resignation has been announced.

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  5. Cheque d'Out says:

    So, how did it go?

    Well this was the final question


  6. Cheque d'Out says:

    After that outrageous slur of comparing May with Chamberlain

    Theresa May is not fit to tie up Neville Chamberlain’s left shoe. It is arguable that his sacrificing of the Czech lands bought Britain valuable time in which to continue re-arming. And when the chips were down, he declared war – and this at a time when every expectation was that would mean 1m civilian dead within weeks from bombing and gas attacks. Even after he resigned as Prime Minister (at which point he knew he was terminally ill) he continued to serve with great diligence and energy as a minister in Churchill’s cabinet. No flouncing off to sulk on the back benches as would be the case today.

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  7. Cheque d'Out says:


  8. SFC Ton says:

    Would live for Trump to step and and tell the English people we’ll cut a better deal then the EU.

    Not sure how ‘merica would feel about it, us no longer being a nation full of former Englishmen. Doubt most would care much but it would be a baller move and it would drive the left nucking futs

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:


  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Donald could do us a huge favour and unleash the FISA material.

    I reckon that he’s played it smart so far. Given the enmity of our rabid MSM (not quite as bad as yours), hem entering the issue is a high risk gamble for him and us. DECLAS is not (there’s plausible deniability anyway) about our politics and is therefore fair to do


  11. Cheque d'Out says:


  12. SFC Ton says:

    Y’all will know how smart Trump played tgings in 20 years or so.

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    Holy fuck. They’re trying to give this guy an EU army?

    So bladdered that he went out in public with one brown shoe, the other black.

    Sciatica (back pain) was the excuse given for him stumbling around drunk as a skunk on a previous occasion.

    I guess that his dresser is now face down in the North Sea

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    I want to see what he ends up doing about getting foreign influence out of US politics. Deeply, deeply embedded influence


  15. SFC Ton says:

    Never gonna happen boss. His kids married into that tribe of foreign influence


  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    Interesting times all round, though mine are more pressing right now


  17. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    I don’t understand how anyone thought that joining the EU was a good idea to begin with.

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:


  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Americans were extremely determined that we joined, is what I’ve heard. Applied a lot of pressure on the EEC to admit us.

    To what end? I haven’t a Scooby.

    Perhaps they (the US) thought that we’d act as an anchor against the worst lunacy of the Germans + French together? IDK


  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Got to admire the DUP (Norn Irn Unionists)

    They were supporting May’s government. Without them she has no majority


  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    At last! We can put numbers on how many retards we have in the country

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

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  23. Liz says:

    ‘The Americans were extremely determined that we joined, is what I’ve heard. Applied a lot of pressure on the EEC to admit us.
    To what end? I haven’t a Scooby.’

    Lot’s of one world government advocacy in US politics back then.

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

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  26. earl says:

    This was meant to be an insult comic.

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  27. earl says:

    I can’t disagree.


  28. molly says:

    Drop an icecream on sagbot’s head! Sploop! Pow! Plop!
    For what she done to the British bulldog..

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  29. Cill says:

    Entertainment hub, this post! Entertainment galore!

    Roll up, roll up, roll up to the great Spawny Get Carnival!!

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

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  31. Cill says:

    It’s a pity Molly’s video link doesn’t play there.

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  32. Cill says:

    Hell’s teeth, that (at 5:56 pm) is May … isn’t it?

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  33. Ame says:

    I don’t understand how anyone thought that joining the EU was a good idea to begin with.

    i agree, FML. i don’t follow politics closely to maintain sanity, but i do remember when that all began and thought it was a bad thing then. never did get any better.

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    From the days when the female singers didn’t have to let it all hang out

    Couple of good albums

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Cill / Molly video is worth a click


  36. Cheque d'Out says:

    Their first big hit (iirc)

    They’re from the Glasgow Southside.

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  37. Cill says:

    at 9:00 am
    “Relax, Wilkins. It’s not us they’re after”

    Be that as it ‘may’, Wilkins’ concern is justified. There’s a bloody big one perched on his helmet FFS. Could fertilize a garden with one dump, that bird.

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  38. Cill says:

    The UK will get a better deal from the USA, if brexit ever happens and Trump is still President. The UK will get a better deal from almost everywhere. The only thing that could fuck it up is the UK itself. In the event of a hard brexit then, to paraphrase an American, the biggest thing the brits have to fear is fear itself.

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s not fear I’m feeling. I’ll just leave it at that. The Tory MPs are heading back to their constituencies, we’ll see what happens with letters to the 1922 on Monday. As I hear it, they’ve already got enough to trigger the no confidence vote. Whether she’s quietly told to fuck off will be down to the size of next week’s delivery. Too few letters and she’ll fight. Until the bill inevitably fails and her government collapses. She’ll risk our democracy rather than admit defeat. She’s evil and mad IMHO.

    The MSM is absolutely desperate to support her. Daily Wail front page tomorrow all about bullies, she’s under attack, her husband is seeing her through. A real barf fest of leave her alone, she’s only a poor old woman. And she’s got diabetes etc.

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    David Davis has been in the U.S. this week. Sounds all cushty. But unless we’re really out the EU won’t allow us any decent deals. That’s part of the betrayal planned by May and the EU


  41. SFC Ton says:

    The state department retards all went to the same schools and they all think larger nations equal more stable and peaceful nations with more trade and commerce. They are all also against monoethnic nations so no doubt they pushed for the EU

    There is no bigger collection of dumb mother fuckers then the ivy leauge brain trust of these various fell good government agencies…… the various law enforcementones are pretty fucking bad to as we can see by what’s up with the FBI

    Ps didn’t mean to insult retards up there

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:


  43. Yoda says:

    Not only does the EU want Britain to assume the status of an EU colony, it also wants Britain to cough up £39 billion in what can probably best be described as “reparations.” In 2017, Britain’s exports to the EU were £274 billion, nearly half of all UK exports. UK imports from the EU were £341 billion, more than 50% of the UK total. So is Britain’s future with the EU?

    I would say No. The EU as currently configured is anti-democratic, asphyxiating, top-heavy Leviathan. Britain’s best future lies with the Anglosphere: with the U.S., Canada, Australia, India, and other parts of the world where English is spoken and freedom is a byword. Of course, Britain will continue to trade with the EU. All the Brussels talk about punitive tariffs is just bluster. The EU needs the UK at least as much as the UK needs the EU. If it were up to me, I would skip out on paying that £39 billion. I wouldn’t announce it. I just wouldn’t pay it. What’s Jean-Claude Juncker going to do, invade?

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    May seems convinced that the shit she’s negotiated as backstop will never need to be fallen back on. But the backstop IS the deal the EU wants. It gives them EVERYTHING. And we can’t exit that without their permission! The backstop will be the deal.

    It’s UNFUCKING BELIEVABLE how big the betrayal is.

    But May thinks she’ll have a nice cup of tea and talk out a nice friendly deal with the EU, calm down the hurty feels. It’ll be alright in the end. Nanny will fix everything.

    Because she’s a coward and a fool who has fallen for their scary warnings if a deal doesn’t happen. And she’s a woman, a stupid woman who thinks the answer to any problem is a nice chat over a nice cup of tea and a nice slice of cake.

    She doesn’t understand that some people are your enemy, or at least your competitor determined to do you down. Because that’s not how life has been for the vicar’s daughter promoted beyond all reason because vagina and connections. And I’m convinced that she has bigly mental issues, perhaps linked to diabetes from childhood.

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    They forgot the Kiwis. And I’m not fussed about India, thanks. They’ve already said a trade deal will require open immigration…From a country with a huge population…And were already full to overflowing. So, no thanks to that. We’ll work something out with closer family, thanks.

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  46. SFC Ton says:

    Cheque d’Out says:
    16 November, 2018 at 10:32 am
    Interesting times all round, though mine are more pressing right now


    My time is getting shorter and the shorter it gets the more focused I am on my future generations.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    I daren’t listen. This thing gets in my head and won’t leave.


  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    Got no kids. Got niece and nephews. And I’m quite fond of my country. Or the country I grew up in. I live in a decent part of it even now.


  49. Farm Boy says:

    One would think that the EU could find a better front-man than Jean-Claude. Perhaps they are not even competent enough to do this simple task

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    EFTA – European Free Trade Area. Closely linked to EU but has non-EU countries in it too.

    “Carl Baudenbacher, the former president of the EFTA Court, said Britain would still be subject to European Court of Justice rulings and it was “absolutely unbelievable” that the UK would allow it.

    Mr Baudenbacher said a five-person arbitration panel which will be set up as part of the Brexit deal to rule on disputes between the UK and the EU was “not a real arbitration panel” because “behind it the ECJ decides everything”.

    He added: “It is absolutely unbelievable that a country like the UK, which was the first country to accept independent courts, would subject itself to this.”


  51. Cill says:

    Spawny I had a great time in your neck of the woods (except that I had to bend like a Europhile’s dick to move around in your low-stud pubs with their hobbet-height doors). For one little island there’s a who’er of a lot of variety in England / Scotland / Wales. You live in one of the best parts.

    The best encounters I’ve had with people have been in Great Britain, North America, and Australia. On the other hand, the worst people in those places are bloody awful. That’s just my opinion. I can say I’ve been around, though. I have really been around. In most countries I have worked in, trustworthy people have been very hard to find.

    Each time I’ve been to the UK and Europe it has been harder and harder to ignore the scum.

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    There’s a door in my second local (very nice grub) that I have to duck for.
    Be careful what you say lest I unleash a lorra, lorra payback.

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  53. Cill says:

    By jove mate the ladies of northern England took a – ahem – shine to me. Sheffield, Hull, Newcastle, Liverpool. Man they gave me a great time. It was almost too much fun even for a rascal like me.

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Never made it to the Antipodes but ran into lots of Kiwis and Aussies while diving Thailand, Philippines and Burma. Highly sociable, great laughs. I liked the States too. Not the same humour but they do come out with There’s something about Mary and Kingpin. And Dumb and Dumber. All of which crack me up. Maybe time for Kingpin tomorrow night. Woody is tremendous.

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  55. Cill says:

    “I’m convinced that she has bigly mental issues”

    It not just a matter of there being something weird about a person. May is seriously unhinged. She’s not the full quid, mate.

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    Spent time in York. Very nice. No jobs at the time though.


  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Time to climb the wooden hill, i feel. Good night all.

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  58. Cill says:

    Mum’s the word, mate.

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  59. Liz says:

    Aw man. Didn’t show.


  60. Cill says:

    Strewth mate, if you had to duck, imagine what’s like for us normal people.


  61. Cill says:

    Liz was this it?

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  62. Liz says:

    Yes! Thanks Cill. 🙂

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  63. SFC Ton says:

    The America of my youth was ok I reckon. The South of my youth was worth dying for but now it’s stock full of yankees and those bastards fuck up everything they touch. Wish I could get my kin to run futher south but it’s my mission to stack cash, it’s Ton2.0’s mission to worry about the rest.

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  64. SFC Ton says:

    Folks should just wise the fuck up nd elect me emperor of the English speaking people.

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  65. Ame says:

    got my vote!


  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    “imagine what’s like for us normal people.”

    Now this is exactly the kind of thing I was talking about.


  67. The interesting thing for me is, as an American, the angry guy seems so chill, to me he hardly seems upset he is so polite about it. Her response is also seemingly not so upset. I know that’s not the case but it makes me realize how much more outwardly emotional Americans are. When we are pissed (angry not drunk, “pissed” means drunk in England I was told), it’s much more obvious. (And I would say after seeing the English much less dignified.) An English person could be ready to throttle us and we might not even realize they are upset! Very interesting… that poem about the Saxon’s makes even more sense now…

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    I assume that you mean Jacob Rees-Mogg? The Moggster. Not exactly normal for the UK, rather a blast from the past. I’d call that cold fury. He called her a liar to her face. Prime Ministers with a sense of honour would feel the necessity to retire from office. I imagine. I haven’t seen any in thirty years or so, so it’s hard to remember.

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  69. Yes the Moggster. I watched the video when you posted it a few days ago but it took me time to really process it. He called her a liar and implied she should resign so eloquently, I nearly missed it! He may as well have been talking about a blase routine turn of events, from his demeanor. Impressive!

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  70. BuenaVista says:

    The Cill: “Sheffield, Hull, Newcastle, Liverpool. Man they gave me a great time. It was almost too much fun even for a rascal like me.”

    I was doing a job in Scotland, and my grandmother’s maiden name was McCreery, so that was very cool.

    We’d go into town (Glasgow) and holy fucking christ, those people drink. They actually put buckets outside the door; that’s where you puke before return for more fun.

    A dominant memory was of a lass imploring me for “a wee snog”. I think “snog” is kiss. She and her girlfriend came back with me and my business partner. But I had major second thoughts and recall staring at her from a safe distance while she said, “You’re married, aren’t you.” “Yes. Sorry.” “That’s nice.” And I lay down to sleep. Wife divorced me three years later, having fucked our Episcopalian priest, the Deloitte partner married to the closet lezzie, and the idiot who came to dinner parties and tried to do network marketing of water filters. None of this is made up.

    My other takeaway was AGA stoves are awesome.

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  71. Cill says:

    A snog is indeed a kiss, and a bit of a fondle etc. From memory, Americans call it “making out.” Somewhere else, maybe Patriarch land, it’s a “canoodle”.

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  72. Cill says:

    The Scots were great fun (not all of them of course) but I do have fond memories of northern England. I came from the port and wandered into a bar in Hull, a large stranger trespassing on their home turf. They proved my ability to acquit myself well in a scrap by putting it to the test. After that they took me into their homes and we had a rip-roaring good time. They were generationally low socio-economic group, and some, quite a few, were more than a little fucked up in the head.

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  73. BuenaVista says:

    She was a good kisser. The pub was insane. Glasgow is insane. The job didn’t work out and we left in the middle of the night, a few days later. I arrived home safely.

    “Making out” here is something we would do privately in a home or car. It’s one step below “fooling around”, which is a euphemism for “Come upstairs and we’ll pretend to watch a movie and get it on.” I’m trying to think of an American equivalent of “a wee snog” in a bar/pub/tavern. I don’t think we have one. Maybe, “Talk to me, guy” while touching your butt. Or, I think a girl just says, here in the USA, while she puts her arm around your waist, “Take me home.”

    On reflection, and in conclusion, and I have truly done the research in this matter, I really don’t think there’s a “wee snog” analog in the States. We’re probably too conservative in the kissing department.

    This stuff is truly different, culture to culture. A suggestion for a “wee snog” in Moscow, Tokyo, Paris or Tunis isn’t going to go over so well. Sao Paulo, maybe. I’ll have to think more on the issue.

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  74. Cill says:

    No I take that back. “Fucked up in the head” is not the right way to put it. They were fucked up by no job prospects and hostile PC local government and no outlook for their children.

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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    Snogging, to me, would be kissing (tongues included) and getting touchy-feely. I can imagine it going further in some geographical areas. Most of them up north.

    Best mate at uni was from ex-mining town in County Durham. Inland from the type of ports you mention. Devastated by the death of deep coal mining as opposed to devastated by the death of shipbuilding. North York Moors were beautiful. As it is round here. But we lack the space to get away from people and things. I’d love a cabin in the woods…as long as it had internet.

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh dear, this isn’t very good

    Comments in the Torygraph!

    The politicians and media are so far out of touch. They appear convinced that Tory voters have nowhere to go. Frightened at the prospect of a Corbyn government, they’ll have to fall in line.

    They are wrong, I think, the comments say. This is the death of democracy and all bets are off. I’m not convinced, yet, that it’ll stop with the crushing of the Tory party. The laba party is the one that will betray proper brexiteers up north. And then what? Nuffsed.

    The political and media bubbles are convinced it’s no biggy to betray 17.4 million voters. And there are remain voters who are watching the betrayal of the country too, not all of them are happy as even an utter fool can see that their interests are likely next.

    This isn’t fair dealing.

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    Frank Fisher 21 Nov 2018 9:45PM
    I despise socialism. It is an evil, idiotic, inhuman ideology, and of course it just doesn’t work. But at the next election I will be doing everything I can to ensure that the labour candidate wins in this town, to punish the conservative MP who shook my hand and told me brexit was secure and that Theresa May would deliver what we voted for.

    This sham conservative party must be *destroyed*. It must be eviscerated. The party must be left with half a dozen MPs and a couple of trestle tables. I want to see this party dead. I want to see its entire proud history tainted by this treason. I want to see every member, every donor, every councillor, ever leafleter cringe in horror at the thought they ever believed in this foul despicable shower of cowards and liars. Burn in hell you filth. And soon.


  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    The original article
    The main body is behind a paywall, but the comments are accessible


  79. Cill says:

    Spawny 6:30 am

    I understand the disillusion, but the thought of that idiot Jerry riding his joke of a soviet bike at the end of its fucked-up journey into 10 Downing Street…
    My thoughts are with you mate. Conservative or Labour. What a godawful choice.


  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    I will not vote Tory under any circumstances whatsoever if May gets her way. None. IDGAS what the consequences are, I will not allow such betrayal. Then I’ll go pick a nice hill, the biggest available to me, and wait to see what opportunities to party while Rome burns turn up.

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  81. Cill says:

    “If May gets her way.”

    Agreed. That would be the end of confidence in the System.

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  82. Cheque d'Out says:

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  83. Cill says:

    In the UK and elsewhere, confidence in the system has been lost already. The fantasy-spinner’s engagement of the audience in fiction, Coleridge’s “willing suspension of disbelief”, is all that’s left at this time.

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  84. honeycomb says:

    Yenz’ Brits have a real mess on your hands ..

    And so do we in the USofA ..

    The truth is .. voting won’t get us out of our mess(es) .. heck that’s how we got ourselves into them (re: messes) in the first place!

    It’s time to ready the pitch-forks. Or should I say .. afix your bay-O-nets!

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  85. mgtowhorseman says:

    Find a cabin, a case of good booze, a loyal dog and watch it all burn.

    It is beyond saving everywhere.

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    Those of us who paid attention to his speaking abilities when he was not reading a prepared text were already skeptical, with his stalling the completion of his thoughts with “uh…uh” and mispronunciations (“corpse-man”) and outright errors (“57 states” speaking “Austrian” in Austria) painful evidence that this was no Winston Churchill, and not even a passably well-educated man.

    Ryan Saavedra of the Daily Wire highlights the absurd things he said about skeptics of the global warming hypothesis:

    “Climate change, we’re going to have to come up with some new technologies to solve the problem as much as we need to,” Obama said. “Although even on something like that, right now I could take off the shelf existing technologies, we could reduce carbon emissions by let’s say 30 percent, without any, you know it’s not like we would have to go back to caves and you know live off, you know, fire.”

    I am sorry but this sounds like a stoner.

    “We could have electricity and smartphones and all that stuff which would buy us probably another 20, 30 years for that technological breakthrough that’s necessary,” Obama continued. “The reason we don’t do it is because we are still confused, blind, shrouded with hate, anger, racism, mommy issues.”

    I am pretty sure that we already have electricity and smartphones, and I don’t see what alleged racism has to do with what was being discussed.

    As for “mommy issues” coming from a guy whose mother shipped him off to be raised by grandparents, that is pure projection.


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