Tuesday, December 12, 2017

If Russia Doesn't Bring Him Down, Maybe The Women Will

We’ve all got our hopes on Russia to bring down the Fat Bastard but what if it’s The Women? Wouldn’t that be wonderful to see a misogynist removed from office by women?

Oh sure, the White House, via Sarah Huckleberry Sanders, is trying to claim there are "witnesses" that prove sexual assault allegations against _____ are false, but she is also trying to say that because a minority of voters chose him, that is also prove he is not a sexual predator.

Nice try, Huckleberry. Sit down and rethink your wardrobe choices.

Huckleberry took to her Sean Spicer Podium of Lies™ yesterday after just three of _____’s sixteen accusers appeared on national television and called for a congressional investigation into the Fat Bastard’s actions:
"Look, the President has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations, and this took place long before he was elected to be president. The people of this country at a decisive election supported President Trump, and we feel like these allegations have been answered through that process."
Hold up, bitch. First off, does anyone really believe that just because _____ says these are liars that he is telling the truth? The man who said Obama was born in Kenya? The man who claimed Muslims were cheering at the towers fell on 9/11? The man who mocks the disables? The man who said Ted Cruz’s father was involved in the Kennedy assassination?

Yeah, that guy?

Oh, and Huckleberry, that decisive election? Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by nearly 3 million more votes.

So, again. Sit down.

And yet Huckleberry still defends the predator and rapist—there is a story that he physically assaulted Ivana during their marriage—suggesting that Americans don’t care about the accusations of sexual assault against Trump made by at least 16 women. And to prove her point she said there were “witnesses” that have come forward to prove _____ has not committed sexual assault, but she would provide a list.

Oh, well, then, because you say there are witnesses…

Sit.The.Fuck.Down.

Only one “eyewitness” has ever emerged to dispute a claim of sexual assault against _____.

Anthony Gilberthorpe claims that he was in the first-class cabin with _____ and Jessica Leeds during a cross-country flight in 1980 but presented no evidence he was on that flight other than his word and his, ahem, “excellent memory.”

He also had no explanation as to an 18-year-old British boy was on a first-class domestic flight in the U.S. or why, had he actually been on that flight, he remembers the interactions between _____and Leeds when, he says, “nothing inappropriate” occurred. Oh, and he says Jessica Leeds told him she wanted to marry ____ because women walk up to total strangers, and boys, all the time and share their thoughts and hopes and dreams.

So, who is Anthony Gilberthorpe? Well, he’s a man who, in 1987, told British newspapers that he was engaged to fashion designer Bergdorf-Hunt. He was not engaged mainly because there was no woman named Leah Bergdorf-Hunt.

He once sued, and won a libel judgment, against another British newspaper that reported he had AIDS until it came out that the source of the story was Anthony Gilberthorpe himself.

Gilberthorpe also contends that, as a young man, he was “paid to recruit underage boys for orgies attended by ministers from Margaret Thatcher’s cabinet and yet, surprise, there is no proof to that story.

So, that’s the witnesses, er, witness, Sarah Huckleberry Sanders is saying proves _____ is not a predator.

Nice try, Sarah. Sit.Down.

Oh, but before you do, think about how, years from now, you’ll have to explain to your children and grandchildren how you stood up, as a woman, before the world, and called victims of sexual assault “liars” and how you then lied to protect a predator.

Lovely.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Common Sense: It’s Real, and It’s Spectacular

Last June, the US Supreme Court ruled that Arkansas had to issue the birth certificates equally to opposite-sex and same-sex parents, overturning their previous, discriminatory policy.

And Arkansas did nothing.

So, after months of waiting for the state to comply with the Supreme Court ruling, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Tim Fox has stopped Arkansas from issuing any birth certificates to anyone.

And a few hours later, to no one’s amazement, Governor Asa Hutchinson instructed the Department of Health to stop discriminating against same-sex couples.

The issue involved the case of Pavan v. Smith, where three married, same-sex couples with children, sued the state to get both of their names listed on their children’s birth certificates. See, in Arkansas, a woman’s husband is always put on her child’s birth certificate, no matter his genetic relationship with the baby; so, if Becky Lou is married to Jim Bob but has Gomer’s baby, Jim Bob’s name goes on the birth certificate.

Same-sex spouses were denied this, even though they were legally married.

And when Judge Fox heard their case and ruled that the state couldn’t discriminate against them, and when the supreme court of Arkansas overturned his ruling, he had just the one choice: common sense.

He issued an order to the Department of Health stopping all birth certificates from being issued until Arkansas complied with the US Supreme Court ruling.

And suddenly everyone gets a birth certificate.

Bravo, Judge Fox, bravo.

Another Day, Another Resignation

Republican Congressman from Arizona, Trent Franks, announced that he is resigning from Congress because he says, at first, he committed the sin of discussing surrogate motherhood with two female aids:
“We are in an unusual moment in history — there is a collective focus on a very important problem of justice and sexual impropriety. It is so important that we get this right for everyone, especially for victims, but in the midst of this current cultural and media climate, I am deeply convinced I would be unable to complete a fair House Ethics investigation before distorted and sensationalized versions of this story would put me, my family, my staff, and my noble colleagues in the House of Representatives through hyperbolized public excoriation.”
Franks insists he never molested any female staffer, but the House Ethics Committee opened an investigation into allegations that Franks “engaged in conduct that constitutes sexual harassment and/or retaliation for opposing sexual harassment.”

See, what he did was to ask some female congressional staffers if they would like to carry his baby for he and his wife, and he even offered one woman $5 million if she would bear his child.

That woman, an aide to Trent Franks, was encouraged to tell her story to, to bring the story to the attention of the House Republican leadership and later told investigators that Franks had approached her with papers that he described as a written contract for her to review. She rejected his offer and then felt she was being sidelined in his office because she’d refused, and so she eventually left.

And when that part of the story broke, that the socially conservative congressman would bypass all legitimate avenues of obtaining a surrogate and instead pay an employee $5 million for a baby, Franks said he would resign at the end of January; that story then changed when he said he would immediately step down, citing his wife’s hospitalization.

She was probably being treated for shock upon learning her husband was willing to pay a staffer to carry his child.

While Franks’ statement did not detail the circumstances of the “discussion” of buying a baby, it is clear that he also asked other staffers if they would serve as a surrogate mother for his child; those other women also left his employ after his, um, offer.

In his statement Franks said he never “physically intimidated, coerced, or had, or attempted to have, any sexual contact with any member of my congressional staff.” He just took a female staffer into his office and tasked her to carry a baby for him, out of the blue.

But let’s be clear: offering a woman, or several women, money, up to five million dollars, to carry his child, is not a discussion of surrogacy. It is a form of sexual harassment and kind of sickening coming from a man who declares himself a Christian conservative.

PS Franks and his wife had twins via surrogacy at a California fertility clinic, so why he suddenly decided to make it office chatter and offer money to female staffers is confusing.

Why not just go about it the way you’d already done it before? It makes me think there might be more to this story, which might also be why Franks left office so quickly.

Saturday, December 09, 2017

It's Snarkurday!

Bryan Singer is a well-known and respected director of films like The Usual Suspects and four of the X-Men films, but he’s also been the subject of a lot of rumors about how he abuses young men. Now, to be fair, it’s mostly whispers, like when actor Noah Galvin muttered something and then apologized about it last year, but there were a couple of lawsuits: Michael Egan filed sued Singer and two other men, accusing them of sexually abusing him when he was a minor, and a second suit by an unnamed British man claimed something similar, but nothing ever came of either story. Still, the rumors, and in the wake of Weinstein, Spacey, Lauer et al, people wondered when the other shoe would drop on Singer.

And maybe it has, or is about to, because Fox has unexpectedly halted production on Singer’s Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, due to the “unexpected unavailability” and “a personal health matter” for Singer; meaning no one knows where he is. Singer did not return to set after the Thanksgiving holiday, leaving producers nervous about the production and talking about potentially replacing him. So,is a story about to break? Stay tuned …

UPDATE:  Bryan Singer has been fired from Bohemian Rhapsody according to Twentieth Century Fox, because of a growing clash between Singer and actor Rami Malek—at whom Singer ALLEGEDLY threw something—and actor Tom Hollander, who plays Queen manager Jim Beach, who briefly quit the film due to Singer’s behavior, but was persuaded to return.

Singer has switched his story from a “personal health issue” to saying he is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder because of the tensions on the set. Now, I call bull shiz on that one since the tension on the set is mostly due to Singer’s behavior. But we’ll need to wait and see if there’s more there…

And there is … Singer is now being sued for the ALLEGED rape of a 17-year-old boy at a party on a yacht in Seattle in 2003. The suit claims it was a party populated by young gay males, including the plaintiff, Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, who says Singer offered to take him on a tour of the yacht. And when they got to a bedroom, Guzman says Singer thrust his body on Guzman, forced him to the floor, shoved Guzman’s face against his crotch and demanded he perform oral sex. Guzman says Singer pulled out his penis, smacked him in the face with it and forced it into his mouth. The suit goes on to ALLEGE that Singer forcibly performed oral sex on Guzman and also forcibly anally penetrated him.

Guzman says Singer told him that he was a producer in Hollywood and could help Cesar get into acting as long as Cesar never said anything about the incident; Singer also ALLEGEDLY said no one would believe him if he ever reported the incident, and that he could hire people who are capable of ruining someone’s reputation.

Singer is denying those claims, saying he is suffering health issues related to the stress he endured caring for an ill parent:
“I wanted nothing more than to be able to finish this project and help honor the legacy of Freddie Mercury and Queen, but Fox would not permit me to do so because I needed to temporarily put my health, and the health of my loved ones, first….Bohemian Rhapsody is a passion project of mine. With fewer than three weeks to shoot remaining, I asked Fox for some time off so I could return to the U.S. to deal with pressing health matters concerning one of my parents. This was a very taxing experience, which ultimately took a serious toll on my own health.  Unfortunately, the studio was unwilling to accommodate me and terminated my services. This was not my decision and it was beyond my control.”
And perhaps, the stress of an approaching lawsuit?
Remember last week when Halle Berry said she was done with relationships and needed “a minute” for herself, and then took a new boyfriend, Alex da Kid, on vacation with her? 

Maybe she meant she wanted a one minute relationship because Halle dumped Alex on that vacation.

But wait, there’s another minute coming up …
Nothing worse than a has-been actress, best known for the way her boobs bounced in slow motion and her marriages and divorces, speaking out about sexual abusers. Amirite Pamela Anderson?

It seems Pammy thinks Harvey Weinstein’s victims should have known better; known better than to go to a meeting their agent set up; known better than to have a conversation with a well-known producer; known better than to dress a certain way.  And, in an interview with Desperate Megyn Kelly, Anderson said:
“It was common knowledge that certain producers or certain people in Hollywood or people to avoid, privately. You know what you’re getting into if you’re going into a hotel room alone.”
Odd words coming from a woman who has detailed her own experiences with sexual abuse as a young actress, but she does go on:
“I know that Hollywood is very seductive and these people want to be famous. Sometimes you think you’re going to be safe with an adult in the room. I don’t know where this security comes from, but somehow I’ve dodged it all. I’ve been offered lots of things. A condo and a Porsche to be someone’s number one girl. I just naively said, ‘Well there must be a number two then, so I’m not interested.’ Money, homes, roles in movies. And I just didn’t want to do it that way. I had no desire. I’m a romantic and it didn’t appeal to me.”
So, you escaped being the victim of sexual assault, but you then blame any other woman who was a victim? Siddown, Has-Been.
In another case of a sexual predator losing their job we have Danny Masterson, who was fired from the Netflix comedy, The Ranch, after stories broke that he raped four women years back.

Masterson’s firing comes amid the news that the LA County District Attorney and LA Police Department are investigating the allegations.

One thing I find troubling is that Masterson is a Scientologist and the Church Cult of Scientology has provided the LAPD with fifty affidavits, no doubt all given by Scientologists, that Masterson says proves he didn’t assault anyone.

And we know the Co$ doesn’t lie, right?
And then there was Geraldo Rivera defending Matt Lauer after his story of being the Pervy Guy at NBC broke, and the world was reminded that Geraldo used to be, and might still be, a member of that same club.

In fact, the Divine Miss M, Bette Midler reminded him, and everyone else, of the time she accused Rivera of drugging and groping her.

See, in the 70s, Geraldo interviewed Bette and she claimed, way back in the 90s in a Barbara Walter’s interview, that Rivera and a producer shoved poppers under her nose and pushed her into the bathroom where they groped her. And now, in the light of Lauer and Rose and Keillor, Geraldo has come forward to apologize, sort of:
“27 years ago I wrote a tawdry book depicting consensual events in 1973-45 years ago-I’ve deeply regretted its distasteful & disrespectful tone & have refrained from speaking about it-I’m embarrassed & profoundly sorry to those mentioned-I have & again apologize to anyone offended. [And] although I recall the time [Midler] has alluded to much differently than she, that does not change the fact that she has a right to speak out & demand an apology from me, for in the very least, publically [sic] embarrassing her all those years ago. Bette, I apologize.”
Wow, so he admits he did it, but says it wasn’t exactly like she said? Take a seat alongside Pammy, Geraldo, and keep your hands to yourself.
Matt Lauer, unemployed predator, has ALLEGEDLY decided to go after some coins from NBC by demanding a huge payout after the network fired him for his pervy ways. Lauer’s lawyers are working on a plan to snag $30 million for the Early Morning Predator since he had a year and a half left on his $20 million-a-year contract when he was canned.

So, he thinks he deserves it. Well, I say give it to him and let all the women he harassed, exploited, fondled, groped, and ridiculed all line up for a lawsuit seeking hundreds of millions in damages.

Matt? Go.Away. Like, um, your wife?

The current Missus Lauer, Annette Roque, is, and has been, out of the picture for years … probably about the time she realized her husband, despite all the coins, was a pervert.
It seems that they have been living apart since, well, the time she first filed for divorce amidst claims that he was emotionally abusive and cruel to her.

Sure, they eventually reconciled, but it appears they basically lived separate lives since then.

I’d like to add Annette’s name to the long list of women who should sue Lauer for every penny in his pocket.
TV star—and I use the term loosely—Katherine McPhee, who is ALLEGEDLY dating decades older composer David Foster, accidentally crashed a weekend wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and was kicked out by the bride.

And McPhee, who was with producer pal Hilary Shor, decided to bash the bride on social media because that’s what grown folks do, you know.

Shor posted their snarky commentary about the incident to Instagram, calling the bride who denied the wedding crashers entry to her nuptials a “loser.”

One video, captioned “Bride Bitch,” shows McPhee in her room snottily noting:
“What bride does her own wedding security? If you’re doing your own security, you have a problem.”
I guess McPhee thought she could off a Beyoncé move, crashing a wedding and being welcomes, but McPhee is not Beyoncé, she’s, well, not really anyone.

Like I said, Grown Folks.
Selena Gomez was honored by Billboard Magazine as their woman of the year but it was something Billboard did, something so horrible, which forced Gomez to close her Instagram account…

Selena was offended that the Billboard journalist saw a giant teddy bear in her house and wrote about it. And, before turning her account private, Gomez took to Instagram to vent:
Never will I let another human guess my words ever again. Or invite them in my home. That is so hurtful. The most ‘ridiculous’ part of that is no one knowing my heart when I say things.”
Note to Billboard: teddy bears are off limits … especially when the “star” is so childish.
Update: A day after being Teddy Bear Offended, Gomez has once more opened the doors to her Instagram account, and tweens everywhere breathed a sigh of relief.
Earlier, we had Katherine McPhee crashing a wedding and then acting the bitch on social media, and now we have Fergie getting Hot Mess Drunk at The Trevor Project’s TrevorLIVE L.A. Gala.

Fergie was seated at the head table next to Husband-In-My-Head Armie Hammer and the night’s honoree, Tom Ford and was getting her Happy on with fellow tablemates Elizabeth Chambers and Isla Fisher. But, when Armie got up to present Tom his award, Dronk Fergie made her move and actually walked onstage to interrupt him in what some thought was a planned move but quickly realized was a Liquor Induced Plan because Fergie started to sing … badly. Armie Hammer looked like he needed a shoulder to cry on and, damn, I wasn’t there!

Fergie finally left the stage and Armie gave the award to Ford but Fergie was far from done; when Shoshannah Bean took the stage to give the evening’s final performance, something happened, a technical glitch or something, and Fergie again made her move. She saw her victim, an unattended microphone, and leapt to the stage to croak out “A Little Work” and try to get the stunned audience to join in.

Many in the crowd were supportive of Fergie, and Isla and Elizabeth were recording her with their phones, but most people were stunned.

Look out partygoers, Fergie has a new album coming out and will apparently use any event to promote it … even when she’s not invited to do so.
Fresh from jail after beating up her hsuabnd on the streets of a tiny West Virginia town, Naya Rivera flew back to LA and quickly filed for divorce from Ryan Dorsey for the second time.

Naya cited “irreconcilable differences” and is asking for joint legal and physical custody of their 2-year-old son Josey, and has asked the judge to block both of them from getting spousal support.

I guess she has some Glee coins left? The best part, though, is that Naya listed the date of their separation as November 24th, one day before she was arrested and charged with domestic battery for beating on Ryan during walk.

I guess they wanted one last walk, and one last punch, before ending it all?

Friday, December 08, 2017

Just A Thought


I Didn't Say It ...

Shep Smith, Fox News, on the Michael Flynn plea agreement:

“The list of people who lied is getting longer and longer. That this is a ruse, that this is fake news—is a lie.”

Even Fox News, well, one person at Fox News, knows _____ is lying.
Billy Bush, in a New York op-ed Times, on _____’s new claim that the Access Hollywood PussyGate tapes aren’t real:

“Of course he said it. And we laughed along, without a single doubt that this was hypothetical hot air from America’s highest-rated bloviator. Along with Donald Trump and me, there were seven other guys present on the bus at the time, and every single one of us assumed we were listening to a crass standup act. He was performing. Surely, we thought, none of this was real. We now know better.”

The Fat Bastard has yet to respond probably because he’s reliving his pussy groping moments.
Dianne Feinstein, on building a case for obstruction of justice against _____:

“I think we see this in the indictments, the four indictments and pleas that have just taken place, and some of the comments that are being made. I see it in the hyper-frenetic attitude of the White House––the comments every day, the continual tweets. And I see it, most importantly, in what happened with the firing of Director Comey and it is my belief that that is directly because he did not agree to lift the cloud of the Russia investigation. That’s obstruction of justice.”

I cannot wait for this long national nightmare to be over.
Resist. Vote Blue.
Gloria Estefan, accepting her Kennedy Center honor, and on how she feels that _____ did not attend:

“People here think you can never lose this, but you can lose this. We all have to stand up for what this country is, for its values. [And] I’m thankful he chose not to come. All it does is overshadow the accomplishments of people who spent a lifetime trying to do something.”

We won’t lose this because we can and will turn this around.
Barack Obama, former, fabulous, president, responding to Akkai Padmashali, a transgender activist who runs the LGBTQ advocacy organization Ondede, who asked how she could make a difference in an anti-transgender world—specifically India’s Section 377, a law criminalizing homosexual acts that was reinstated in 2013:

“I think the answer is, it begins with what you just did, which is to find your voice and be able to articulate your views and your experiences, and tell your story. And that’s true of any group that is marginalized, stigmatized. Finding that voice, and being able to tell a story so that the perceptions somehow that you are different are broken down, because they start seeing their experiences in you. They see your humanity. Once that voice is there, hopefully others join you. So now you have networks, and organizations, and allies. And then, once that happens, it’s a matter of applying political pressure and being able to mobilize public opinion. Now, there is just an open acknowledgement, even among many conservative parties, that we should not be discriminating against persons because of sexual orientation. And that happened, in respect to human history, amazingly quickly. Now, in the span of one person’s lifetime, that can seem painfully long. But it requires a steady education of the public, and then a political strategy that puts pressure on elected officials, and that’s going to take some time.”

I miss him.
Al Franken, Democratic Senator from Minnesota, resigning in the wake of sexual assault allegations from multiple women:

“I am well aware…there is irony that I am leaving while a man who has bragged on tape about assaulting women is in the Oval Office and a man who has repeatedly preyed on young girls is running for Senate with full support of his party.”

I hate to see him go, but you cannot demand that the Fat Bastard be ousted, or Roy Moore not elected, and then let a Democrat slide.
Harassment is harassment is harassment.

Thursday, December 07, 2017

Random Musings

As women all over the country continue to speak up about rampant sexual harassment and assault by powerful men, one women takes the Low Road: Kellyanne Conway.

During Conway’s interview at Politico’s Women Rule event with Anna Palmer, a woman in the audience wanted to know why Conway continued working with _____ given his record toward women, and Conway’s’ response was perfectly suited to her boss:
HECKLER: Kellyanne, your boss grabs women—
PALMER: Excuse me, we’re going to have a—I just want to say—
CONWAY: She just wants to go viral. [To heckler] But just remember, you didn’t get the question out of your mouth.
HECKLER: I got the question out of my mouth. Your boss grabs women by the pussy! Why do you work for him?
CONWAY: [to the host] By the way, you don’t have to remove her on my account. I very much believe in the First Amendment. And I think anybody has a right to sound like a complete jackass if they’d like to.
AUDIENCE: [boos and hisses]
Yes, Kellyanne Conway, who has spoken of her own issues of sexual harassment calls a victim a “jackass,”

No wonder people call her Cuntway.
Hooray for Austria!

This week the country's top court ruled that same-sex couples can marry:
"The Constitutional Court nullified with a decision on December 4, 2017 the legal regulation that until now prevented such couples from marrying."
Still, The Gays cannot marry until December 31, 2018.

But the march goes on …
As a person who hates bugs—Carlos is the Bug Killer at our house while I do snakes—this news makes my stomach turn:

If spiders worked together they could eat all human beings in a year.

At the moment—cuz that could change if these critters start talking to one another—spiders mostly eat insects, although some of the larger species have been known to snack on lizards, birds and even small mammals. But “experts said that if you add up the weight of all the food eaten by the world’s entire spider population in a single year is more than the combined weight of every human on the planet.”
I need to join the space program and get off’a this planet before the spiders unite!
It was a couple of weeks back when the Fat Bastard took to Twitter to kvetch and moan and snivel about not being chosen as TIME’s Person of the Year while still trying to pretend that he wasn’t interested in the award:
“Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named “Man (Person) of the Year,” like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!”
And, of course, TIME came for him, pointing out that the “phone call” story was a lie and said the finalists weren’t going to be released until much later. And so now, here’s your TIME Person of the Year:


I wanna see _____’s head implode when he realizes he was beaten by women … again.

Not that it can explode since it’s empty.
And just a quick note to The Deplorables….

Hillary Clinton DID NOT Lie to the FBI. Hillary Clinton DID NOT collude with a hostile foreign government.Hillary Clinton DID NOT get Indicted.Hillary Clinton did not Plead Guilty to a crime.

That was Michael Flynn.

Lock him up.
David Ermold was one of the gay men—with David Moore, below—who was denied a marriage license by Kim Davis in Rowan County, Kentucky a couple of years ago, and now he’s challenging her for her job:

“I am running to restore the confidence of the people in our clerk’s office and because I believe that the leaders of our community should act with integrity and fairness, and they should put the needs of their constituents first. My commitment to Rowan County is to restore professional leadership, fairness, and responsibility to the clerk’s office. I will build upon the successes of the past, and I will seek solutions for the challenges we may still face.”
Davis announced she was running for reelection last month but now maybe she’ll be once again given another smackdown by The Gays.
Again, a_____ controversy, this time his endorsement of a pedophile to the Senate, his Tax Scam, his reversal of decades of policy on Israel, and his opening up of protected national treasures to drilling and mining have the press corps frothing at the mouth to answer questions.

But reporters arriving at Air Force One in Utah on Monday quickly learned that White House officials were not going to allow on-the-record questions on any of it when White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley refused to answer any questions on the record:
REPORTER: We have to ask the questions—
GIDLEY: I understand that, you have a job to do and so do I.
REPORTER: You’re not doing your job. Your job is literally to take questions from us. That’s the whole point of this … you can release paper statements if you want.
GIDLEY: Please tell me more about my job if I get to tell you more about yours.
That’s the _____ White House, refusing to answer to the American people.

Keep that in mind, the midterm elections will be here soon enough and we need to flip Congress. Get a Democrat as Speaker of the House, then impeach _____ and Pence for their lies and collusion and obstruction of justice and we can have a Democrat as president to represent the entire country.

Just sayin’.
Now, to be completely bipartisan, I think it’s time Al Franken step down.

If we all demand that Roy Moore not be allowed in the Senate because of things he’s done, then we need to ask the same of Franken. We cannot play party politics. If you act inappropriately you must resign.

But that’s just me … or is it?

Now, that said, Roy Moore better be forced out if he wins.
Oh, and speaking of sexual predators and accused pedophile Roy Moore, howsabout the news that Roy, the good Christian boy … cough cough …began dating his wife Kayla when she was still legally married to her first husband.

Pedophile. Predator. Adulterer. No wonder _____ backs him.
We had a free weekend of HB) a while back and I recorded the entire season of their reboot of Westworld. It’s really quite good, and not just because it features James Marsden as Teddy; Marsden is just beautiful, though, sadly, he gets killed in almost every episode.

Also, continuing their trend of hot Men is Once Upon a Time who introduced Nathan parson as a good guy or a baddie who looks good in modern clothes and a codpiece.

Just sayin’.