Don Surber

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Friday, October 20, 2017

Trump, doing the job Dubya promised to do

George Walker Bush promised in 2006 to build a barrier to Mexico. He called it "an important step toward immigration reform."

But after signing the bill into law on October 26, 2006, but Bush 43 never got around to building it.

President Trump is building it.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Democratic ghouls

"The moral authority of parents who bury children killed in Iraq is absolute."

October 19, 2017: Offer expired.

Times hates victory

The New York Times posted a video of the burned out, empty buildings of Raqqa, Syria after Arab, Russian, Syrian, and U.S. military units ran the Islamic State.

You know, the terrorists that Obama smugly deemed the JVs. After all, he personally had killed Osama bin Laden and ended the war on terrorists, right?

The Raqqa video looked like parts of Detroit without the drug dealers.

It's the culture, baby

Joe Biden gave John McCain a medal the other night.

McCain then took a knee, and took a swipe at President Trump and his deplorable supporters. Mitt Romney chimed in on Twitter about McCain's honor.

All in all, a good night for Obama's useful idiots.

Democrats purge as the money flow slows

Hillary Clinton was the most expensive disaster in the history of the political industry. She shook down donors for a record $1.2 billion -- $400 million or so more than any other presidential candidate ever raised -- only to lose the election by 10 states. That was the worst showing by a Democrat since Mike Dukakis 28 years earlier.

The party has not been in as bad a shape in local and state offices since the 1920s.

Donations are down as the Weinsteins and other donors refuse to finance any more whuppings by the Republicans.

Bil Clinton's defender rips Trump

Political humor is easy.

Just report accurately what they said.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Poll: Trump 46%, Media 37%

Fake News is not destroying The Donald. Instead, like Frankenstein's monster, Fake News is destroying the credibility of the media that distributes this garbage.

Oh, and I have plenty of examples of Fake News, folks.

Advice for Trump from the National Review

Former Bush 41 and Reagan official Elliott Abrams has figured out what is wrong with President Trump's administration. Too many competent generals. Not enough failed politicians.

Never mind that the politicians are the ones letting President Trump down. Tom Price had no Obamacare repeal in place, and Jeff Sessions cleared the way for a special prosecutor.

Trump needs more people who have run for sheriff.

Using Weinstein to bash Trump

There are good journalists out there. I concentrate on the bad ones because I like to.

Paul Waldman of the Washington Post entered my radar when he wrote about Harvey Weinstein -- and blamed President Trump. It was a bizarre column that mentioned Trump's name 16 times, Weinstein's 6.

But before I examine that column, let us look at what Waldman wrote about Mike Pence in March.

NFL cash cow dries up

Wattles shook in self-righteous indignation on September 24 as the NFL prepared to get on its knees in a bizarre act of defiance against our duly elected president.

Broadcasters applauded this politicization of another form of entertainment.