I lack moral fiber

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Remember when I said I was giving up on the NFL? Well, I’m weak. I lack moral fiber. I admit, I’m deplorable.

On the other hand, I’m not running for president.

I meant what I said when I said it, but I didn’t know the Raiders would be having their best year since they went to the Super Bowl. The Giants and Major League Baseball are gone until April. I can’t stand most of the television shows and movies that are out there these days. I can’t afford drugs or alcohol. I have no social life (except TCH).

I need a pleasant diversion in my life. So my previous pledge to boycott NFL games is no longer operative. Until my demands are met I pledge to boycott all non-Raider NFL games.

The Raiders play the Broncos in Denver Oakland at 5 p.m. tonight.

That is all.


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73 Responses to I lack moral fiber

  1. Neither my health nor my budget will permit me the regular/frequent use of alcohol. But I seem to be okay with occasional use. I am saving myself for Tuesday, when win or lose I plan to get drunk.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Nah, kinda not into any sports or entertainment right now. We just cancelled our Sports Illustrated and People magazine subscriptions after 30+ years. What sh*trags they turned out to be 😦 We just dropped them, didn’t have to write a reason why, it would be like commenting on Not Your Sweetie’s blog 😉 —–> over there on the left blogroll —–> *snork*

  3. How come there are no Muslim Christmas shows?

  4. In terms of imagery this is better than Leni Riefenstahl’s “Triumph of the Will”

    We start with an empty screen, then a giant phallus with “Trump” on the side enters from the right. As the audience cheers, Trump emerges.

    Freud would love this shit.

  5. I lol’ed. I’m deplorable.

  6. dm says:

    No one can throw stones at your lack of moral fiber…we are all lacking from time to time. Please don’t skimp on the regular fiber though…your colon will thank you later in life.

  7. Wow!

    Sturm: Reflections of an Anti-Trump GOP Delegate

    It’s been a rough past few months, and I’m not just referring to the alarming presidential contest between the two most egomaniacal, morally compromised and disliked candidates in electoral history.

    Perhaps it’s divine intervention that I’ve been intermittently away from my column to care for, mourn and deal with the affairs of my mom, who passed away before I attended the Republican National Convention as a Colorado delegate.

    A staunch critic of GOP elites, I ran to be a delegate (at my mom’s urging) because I wanted to help select a presidential nominee who’d unite the “Party of Lincoln” around its bedrock principle: the democratic self-government of a free people.

    My pre-convention column argued for allowing delegates to vote their conscience — for Donald Trump or whomever — yielding the strongest nominee to oppose Hillary Clinton, whose Espionage Act violations and cover-up make her the most brazenly dishonest presidential candidate since Richard Nixon. Her election would advance the banana-republic notion that the powerful are above the law.

    The column elicited severe rebukes, the most scolding from Trump supporters. While Clinton backers played the “liar” card, Trumpsters told me to Think Again, grow up and get over my “high-falutin ideals.” I was called an airhead, globalist and RINO, and my columns were bashed for being “so formulaic they’re almost unreadable.”

    In Cleveland, I was among the troublemakers who protested the RNC’s Mao-like suppression of dissent regarding the party rules, which had produced the weakest presidential nominee in modern GOP history. I left dispirited, feeling like a Republican in name only. Now with Election Day nearing, my swing state’s mail-in ballot awaits my vote for president, the most gut-wrenching of my life.

    As expected, the election has been an ugly slugfest punctuated by predictable surprises — leaks about Trump’s taxes and the 11-year-old video of his grotesque, predatory boasting, and WikiLeaks disclosures revealing Clinton Inc. corruption. The biggest shocker is that each party nominated the one candidate the other could beat.

    Meanwhile, a real electoral bombshell hit: Obamacare premiums are skyrocketing nationwide as consumers, providers and more insurers desert the law that’s hurting those who can least afford it. It’s a debacle foreseen by critics, though not their media “fact checkers.”

    In steamrolling his signature policy reform, President Barack Obama relied on “the stupidity of the American voter,” as Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber notoriously boasted, getting away with false claims including: premiums would decline, illegal immigrants wouldn’t get subsidies, not one dime will be added to the deficit and “if you like your plan, you can keep it.”

    In an illuminating New York Times interview, White House aid Ben Rhodes (whose brother is president of CBS News) boasted similarly, describing the manipulative tactics used to sell Obama/Clinton foreign policies, including the unpopular Iran nuclear deal, which guarantees the mullahs will eventually get their nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles.

    Describing the White House spin machine, Rhodes bragged, “We created an echo chamber” of “prominent Washington reporters and columnists” to “carry our message effectively … saying things that validated what we had given them to say.” Hence, “warmonger” was the smear assigned to Iran deal critics.

    Here’s the undemocratic playbook used to short-circuit the honest debate on which national consensus depends: make false claims, spin the media, co-opt the bureaucracy to evade laws/break rules, stonewall investigations, smear adversaries, and label self-inflicted controversies “phony scandals” until the truth becomes any story that sticks.

    Consequently, no one’s ever held accountable for the resulting wreckage: unaffordable health insurance, dying vets, terrorist attacks, sanctuary city tragedies, IRS harassment and murdered U.S. diplomats and border guards. Not surprisingly, only 19 percent of Americans say they trust the government most of the time, down from 73 percent in 1958, according to the Pew Research Center.

    That’s because Washington is so politicized, even institutions charged with equal enforcement of laws have been sullied. Dueling media accounts of the FBI probes into Clinton’s national security-imperiling violations and the Clinton Foundation’s pay-for-play practices reflect the smoldering rift between disgruntled FBI agents and their higher-ups at the Bureau and Justice Department.

    Filmmaker Michael Moore described Trump as a Molotov cocktail thrown at the self-dealing ruling-class system. Clinton, who preaches redistribution of wealth while living like a monarch off her public office, personifies the politically corrupt status quo. Worse then her sense of entitlement and lying is her quarter-century of behaving as if laws are for the little people, not the echo chamber’s aristocracy.

    Unfortunately, inside the echo chamber the aristocrats can’t hear the Molotov cocktail-hurling legions outside. Though I shudder at the thought of President Trump, and worry about his authoritarian inclinations, I’m rooting for the little people to burn down the chamber.

    Think Again — at the risk of sounding formulaic, might the introduction of an aggressive pathogen like Trump provoke a healthy antibody reaction, helping restore the checks and balances necessary for the democratic self-government of a free people?

    What she said.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Mark Dice on Comey…..

  9. Constance says:

    Love the photos of the Trump and Hillary voters above!

  10. Dora says:

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  12. helenk3 says:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-11-06/podesta-panic-mode-fbi-leakers-should-shut

    podesta said earlier in the day, FBI leakers should just shut up

    podesta spoke and comey listened. sad state of affairs

    • Normally I would say he was correct.

      This is not a normal year.

    • Somebody says:

      I’m thinking we need to nominate the FBI for The Guinness World record considering how fast they went through 650,000 emails. Wish Comey would share the number of agents. I’m impressed they all deserve a bonus. Who knew a government agency could be so efficient. I guess now that we know we’ll expect this production level from now on for all government agencies!

  13. Venus says:

  14. votermom says:

    Sorry I missed the radio show – got roped into helping kiddo with her school project.

  15. votermom says:

    Someone on fb posted this – Chelsea seen wearing inverted cross several times.
    Normally I’d think nothing of it but I admit the spirit cooking thing makes me go hmmm

    https://twitter.com/PaulLee85/status/2F794701794173562880

  16. votermom says:

    Retry of the Chelsea pic

  17. votermom says:

    I wonder if the Left is as anxious about this election as we are.

  18. Venus says:

    • CiscoKid says:

      Thats my point.
      All incoming will be attempts to make Trump supporters believe it’s all over, no chance, polls are thousands of points for Hillary, so stay home.
      Why do you think Hillary has a fireworks barge to set off before polls close.
      To make us believe, oh my, she’s won, I may as well go home after work and not vote.
      🖕that.
      This will take a maximum effort by Trump supporters.
      Come hell or high water, get out and VOTE!

  19. Venus says:

    Are you fucking kidding me?

  20. Venus says:

    Ho Lee Phuc!

  21. taw46 says:

    Wish Tim had been able to attend last night.

  22. Dora says:

    Wow! I believe it.

    ===========

    Election Chaos Fears Have Preppers Stockpiling Survival Food

    In case of an election night Doomsday, preppers are running up sales of emergency survival food.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/election-chaos-fears-have-preppers-stockpiling-survival-food-n678161

  23. DeniseVB says:

    Awwww, just heard on the news Janet Reno died. She was 78.

  24. Lulu says:

    I’m going to sew, watch movies, listen to bluegrass music, and ignore the media today. I’m alone most of this week at home, taking an antibiotic (the crud landed on me last week), staying in, making TWO Christmas tree skirts for friends, hemming some very ugly drapery for a neighbor, and watching squirrels burying acorns and destroying my flowerbeds. I may throw everything in my closet away too as I HATE all of my clothes. I want to be in a better mood but it is not going to happen for a few days. All of y’all stay BAD!

  25. Dora says:

    OMG! They abducted Madeline???

  26. votermom says:

    Cue “One Day More” from Les Deplorables.

    Hit it, Denise!

    • mothy67 says:

      Good Country People is the short story I ache for you to read. Flannery O’Connor is love or hate. I guess she can be read without knowing her history but I think it augments to be aware of who she was. Southern very Catholic and had Lupus. Systemic diseases suck. She wrote through it.

  27. mothy67 says:

    Gack. Another hillary ad about kids.
    Who buys this shit. Kids suck. You never stop being afraid. My life for twerp but let’s not sugar coat it. They suck. People that profess to love children are pedophiles or don’t have any. Imp is my world but it is not an obscure pharmaceutical ad. Sunny sky and laughter. No its why do you need seven towels to take a bath and leave them all on the floor.

  28. Dora says:

    Why Hillary and Bill are the Mafia mobsters of US politics: She’s dodged a bullet. But in a brilliant dispatch, RICHARD LITTLEJOHN reveals US voters’ revulsion at stench of corruption that won’t go away…

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3911516/Why-Hillary-Bill-Mafia-mobsters-politics-s-dodged-bullet-brilliant-dispatch-RICHARD-LITTLEJOHN-reveals-voters-revulsion-stench-corruption-won-t-away.html

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