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Clearly the Left is never going to let go of the assertion that Donald Trump somehow conspired with the evil Russians to steal the election from Saint Hillary. And it's driving them crazy that they can't prove it (and never will). But as long as the idea upsets them so much, shouldn't we all be doing our part to help feed their paranoia and frustration until it reaches the absolute breaking point?
If you're a known Trump supporter being surveilled by your liberal friends and coworkers, this can be as easy as giving your wardrobe a Moscow makeover, riding to work bare-chested on a stallion, keeping a bottle of vodka on your desk, and wishing everyone a cheery "do svidanya" when leaving the room.
Look around suspiciously before using the copy machine. Frequently pretend to check your lamps, chairs, computers, and framed pictures for electronic bugs. When speaking on the phone, use "da" and "nyet" instead of "yes" and "no."
Better still, let liberals overhear you talking to another conservative friend while overemphasizing suspicious code words:
• "I don't know why I haven't gotten a raise yet; the boss is really STALIN."
• "My favorite Beatle? Gosh, that would be LENIN."
• "Must be a lot of pollen today - I've been HACKING and HACKING."
• "Remember that song from Young Frankenstein? PUTIN on the Ritz?"
• "Pardon me while I go to the bathroom. For a LEAK from an undisclosed source."
It's all good, clean fun and a great way of giving your liberal acquaintances some food for thought. And by "food for thought" we mean, of course, aneurysms.
"Now that we've elected Trump, we can plot beeg trouble for moose and squirrel!"
Too many people Russian to judgement!
Good Heavens! That made me smile so hard that i think I strained something.
I was thinking on this and of course it made my head hurt. But the liberals are trying to take Don, jr out of the game before he gets too big. He has it all: Rich, young, smart, lovely spouse, handsome, no previous legal problems, etc. and if they do not tar him, he could be a political force for years to come. He is learning that in DC if you want a friend, get a dog. You cannot trust anyone. The Special Prosecutor jumped in here for a look-see also. If President Trump would appoint Special Prosecutors to look into the democrat/Russian connections, they would put on their brown pants every morning.
Yes John S
Moose and Squirrel in big trouble but I have faith in Bullwinkle......
Wonderful comments, but especially yours, Mr. Daily. I sometimes think that some are too quick to vilify former FBI Director Comey, who may have been doing his best to drain the swamp...or am I drunk--a real possibility.
While searching for words to irritate liberals and get them russian to conclusions, I found this interesting list to chechov from:
Boris and Natasha are busy listening to the meltdown occurring in the Democratic party ranks. If it weren't so pathetic it would be hilarious.
Please don't BORIS any more; it's BADANOFF already.
A little trivia for you. The title of one of the chapters of Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace", was "Boris and Natasha".
Another, REAL Boris, was Boris Godunov, who acted as de facto regent of Russia from 1585 to 1598, and as Tsar of Russia from 1598 to 1605. Now you know where the name Boris Badenov
Everyone knows there is a Russia-Trump connection. Why else would there be a city named Rostov-on-Don?
Your code word are priceless. Using these in the lunchroom today. ha!!!!
Отличная идея!... И грудастая Росс всегда приветствуется!
BTW, I love the "Busty as Bolshevik" look. Well done.
@Tracy wins the internet today!
@Anonymous (first one): I think the latter. You being drunk would be the only explanation for your comment on Comey...
As much as it disappoints me, I suggest that you check out this article:
"Hey Rocky, watch me pull a Russian out of my hat!"
Awesome, thanks for the information!
Oh Busty, you just might make life in the gulag tolerable.
Did you catch Sean Spicer's comeback on the new Trump Jr./Russia allegations?
Don Jr should've just said he went to the meeting to drop off some uranium. He'd probably be giving $250K speeches by now
I am kinda disappointed that Trump Jr. simply turned over his email as requested, instead of printing hard copies of a fraction of them and then wiping his private server of the rest.
Which illustrates why most of this Trump/Russia stuff will ultimately go nowhere. There really isn't much that Trump can be accused of that Hillary hasn't actually already done. The left's moral authority is totally calorie free. At best, it's noise that fills the news cycle and wears people out. If they can keep this up for the next year, that can't but help the GOP come 2018.
@John the Econ: They never think about the blowback from their incessant allegations. Everything they turn up ends up incriminating themselves and then it becomes "nothing to see here." When I think of all the really bad stuff they shrugged about when it came to Obama and Clinton, all this crap just makes my teeth itch. I hope they are creamed in the midterms. They certainly did not get the message of Trump's election.
Трейси украла мою идею.
Seriously, how insane has it gotten!? Citizen Donald Trump Jr. broke absolutely zero laws communicating with a (gasp!) Russian?! Shrillary gets a pass for taking bribes to give the Russians 20% of our uranium?! That turd Dennis Rodman goes to North Korea to hang with their murderous dictator, but nothing to see there, either. Madumma makes threats against the President... ho hum. O'Liar promises "more flexibility" to the Russian President Medvedev... meh.
I'm betting there are thousands of Americans of Russian descent who communicate with people in Russia on a weekly basis. Are they all colluding?
I do hope Mr. Econ is correct that the left and left medai are digging their own political graves with this nonsense.
@CptMni: So? What statute was broken? What rule was violated. None and none. Stop letting them lead you by the nose - when you finally see through it and want it to stop, their grip will be so good that they'll pull it right off.
Hey, a click for a bigger version. Cool.
Now what do I click to get a funny punch line?
More suspicious code words:
• VLAD the Imp
• VLAD the Colluder
• PUTIN your two-cents worth
• What's the land SW of France? 's Iberia
• I'm RUSSIAN around like a madman.
• Numero uno? CCCP
• Trump starts with "T" and that rhymes with "P" and that stands for "PUTIN."
• Trump and Putin are married.
• Gettin' screwed by the Russians per the COMMIE-Sutra.
(Yes, Stilton, I think that would make another splendid book)
Any way I could get the third panel without the word balloon messing up the esthetics? Whoever put that balloon there was nekulturny.
@John S.- Meanwhile, the Left continues to try to pull a rabbit out of the hat.
@Mike aka Proof- Exactly!
@pdwalker- It's always important to stretch your smile muscles before jumping straight into a blog post.
@James Daily- I think the Lefties are mostly after Trump Jr as a way to his dad, but then again some of them are probably savvy enough to want to eliminate him before he can become part of a political dynasty. Which is my long-winded way of saying "good point!"
@REM1875- And for those who lack such faith, I say "Wotsamatta U?"
@Anonymous- I honestly no longer have any idea if Comey was trying to keep people honest or just pursuing his own lawless agenda. Though I'm leaning toward the latter.
@Geoff King- I see what you did there.
@Granny- Like the commies, the Dems have a 5 year plan. Unfortunately for them, presidential elections are every FOUR years.
@Bobo the Hobo- It had to be said.
@Alan Mcintire- See, that's the kind of pithy, meaningful information that people expect to find at this site! Not from ME, Heaven knows, but they still expect it... (grin)
@TrickyRicky- Smoking gun-ski.
@Anonymous- Thanks for doing your part!
@Tracy Evans- Comrade Ross says thanks!
@TrickyRicky- Oh, I don't deserve any credit. All I did was stand there in the changing room and hand her the uniform.
@Emmentaler Limburger- Not that there's anything wrong with opining while drunk...
@CptMni- I've seen that article, and it didn't bother me much. A little, sure, but there was technically nothing wrong with Trump Jr checking to see if there was any legitimate dirt on Hillary...and it didn't pan out. Not collusion in my book.
@Igor- I think it's 7 and a half.
@Sara Nilsson- Pozhaluysta! (You're welcome!)
@John the Econ- Technically, that snappy retort (and it's a darn good one) was from Sean Spicier, the Twitter doppelganger of the real Spicer. And yes - just IMAGINE the scenario now if Trump Jr had taken all the steps to hide and destroy emails that Hillary did!
@Shelly- It's that amazing hypocrisy that drives me nuts.
@Colby Muenster- Great comment!
@Emmentaler Limburger- Agreed. And frankly, when I see something with a NY Times byline, I immediately subtract 90% of the credibility.
@DougM- Actually, I have been working on a way for you to click to get a funnier punchline!
I love your code words, and yes COMMIE-Sutra might indeed make a good book. I can't wait to come up with a fresh illustration for "spread the wealth."
@great Unknown- There was a word balloon on yours? You must be viewing the free version of the site instead of the paid premium version (grin). For what it's worth, I did stretch the panels a bit today to allow for a bit more eye candy.
So tovarisch, Busty Ross has turned into Busty Russki, eh?
@Stilton: And what of "collusion" and if it actually occurred on the Trump side of the fence? First, it does not apply to election law - it applies to antitrust law. No such applicable term wrt to the FEC and in related laws and statutes. Closest to the concept would be accepting foreign campaign donations (cough cough Øbama cough). In terms of gathering intel on your opponent, it is not considered a "foreign donation", as some of the liberal slime is now trying to spin it. It is considered a "personal service" which *IS* allowed.
And what of Hitlery's campaign and the Ukraine? DOCUMENTED provision of information and assistance from a foreign power. Not a peep. What of Hitlery's quid-pro-quo with Russia, our Uranium, Billy-Bob's subsequent Russian speaking engagement, and contemporaneous appearance of many, many rubles in the Clinton Foundation coffers? TRULY felony-worthy. Not a whisper.
Trump is right: The biggest, most fallacious witch hunt against any president in known history. It's the MSM's circus, and the Democrats are THEIR monkeys...
@Shelly, that's probably the best part, and why all of this Russia stuff has no real traction. The Progressive establishment can fake news all day, but in the end all they're doing is reminding people what whatever they're accusing Trump of doing, they've been actually doing it for a long time.
For example, there's this:
DOJ let Russian lawyer into US before she met with Trump team
This revelation means it was the Obama Justice Department that enabled the newest and most intriguing figure in the Russia-Trump investigation to enter the country without a visa.
So once again, we see that it was the Obama Administration that fast-tracked in the "shadowy figure" from Russia with a supposed mission to torpedo Hillary. But this was back when it was assumed that Hillary was "inevitable" and Trump was just a GOP foil. Nothing to see here, move along.
Even Democrats are tired of hearing about what Democrats think:
Top Dems Ellison, Perez, Franken Draw Only 138 YouTube Viewers for Live Stream Event
Speaking of the snooty Progressive disconnected from reality:
The other day, token-conservative David Brooks at the New York Times wrote something that totally encapsulates the Progressive elite condescending disconnect from the rest of America:
Recently I took a friend with only a high school degree to lunch. Insensitively, I led her into a gourmet sandwich shop. Suddenly I saw her face freeze up as she was confronted with sandwiches named “Padrino” and “Pomodoro” and ingredients like soppressata, capicollo and a striata baguette. I quickly asked her if she wanted to go somewhere else and she anxiously nodded yes and we ate Mexican.
Wow. So to David Brooks, being an "educated American" means knowing the difference between a Padrino and Pomodoro sandwich?
Thanks David Brooks, for forcing me to re-evaluate my life! To think of all the time I wasted in college taking those math, science, and economics courses instead of "How to Order $30 Sandwiches at Pretentious New York Italian Delis 101".
Actually, as it turns out, I do know how to order sandwiches at Italian delis. (Actually, I prefer Spanish, but that's a different topic) But it's not because I spent my time in school learning stuff like that; It's more because of leveraging the non-fluff parts of my college education into a viable career and gained enough affluence to go to Italy to do the real thing. So I'm not really re-evaluating my life. I turned out okay.
The people I feel sorry for are the clueless kids who went to school only to learn stuff like this, and then graduated 5-or-6 figures in debt only qualified to work a counter at a deli.
Leading up to last year's election, the left went to great lengths promoting their "We're more educated citizens" meme; the not-so-subtle hint being that "We know better than you, so vote like us". To their disappointment, America didn't respond well to that. After Hillary's seeming inexplicable loss, that meme got transferred from a marketing theme to a rationalization tool for their electoral failure: "The only reason we lost was because America is chock-full of 'uneducated', ignorant rubes that voted for that reality TV boob Trump".
But just what does "being educated" really mean anymore? Once upon a time, it really did mean something. But that was back when less than 10% of adults went to college and schools were very selective over who they would admit on academic grounds. Today with easy financing, practically everyone is accepted. To accommodate the multitudes who in an earlier generation would have been academically rejected, we have a proliferation of phony and useless degrees that demand little to nothing in terms of academic rigor or critical thought.
So the Progressive elite's gauge for who is "educated" includes people with useless degrees in Post-Modern Transgendered Interpretive Dance, but discounts people who can't order in an Italian deli.
Which explains the political viability of people like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton more than that of Donald Trump.
Good job with today's tOOn, & don't forget most Russki ladies have great legs too.
They walk a LOT in high heels. And your ideas for peskiness are funny. To really sell the pseudo-collusion, every so often cuss a blue streak and throw the phone.
luv me them neologisms! and furrin werds! had go google Do svidaniya! (duh svee-dah-nee-ye), which literally means “Till (the next) meeting.” gess that's Rusky fer, "Happy Trails to You?" also enjoy the many comments! always a hoot! which reminds me, i've never been to HOOTERS.... herd they have good chicken wings... but i'm too old and decrepit to remember why guys are 'supposed' to stare at women's chests. but always luv the fun "BUSTY" shares! [is that 2 many buts?]
"ANTS ALREADY RULE THE EARTH
And Our Government Works For Them!"
This was a replacement summer TV show last summer
Wouldn't it be fun to show up outside one of Hillary's rare appearances and chant that infamous song by one hit Russian wonder STEAManowski
all together now...
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