Condescending Douchebags


Translation: “Trump voters are stupid, ha, ha, ha.”

A better analogy would be you booked a flight to Texas but the pilots decided you should go to Iraq instead.

“But I don’t want to go to Iraq!”

“Trust us, we know what is best for you. We’ll just charge the higher fare to your credit card.”

Here’s some more bullshit from The New Yorker:

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70 Responses to Condescending Douchebags

  1. Lulu says:

    A Russian “peasant” ran diplomatic and military circles around their “constitutional scholar” and the smartest man who ever lived. An “orange buffoon” billionaire outfoxed their election geniuses. A goober from Alabama is about to cut off their “walking around” money through the courts and with enforcement of existing law and get his pals federal judgeships. Doubling down by sneer is a bully reaction. And quite pathetic from their perches in an outdated and antiquated “media” format. They still haven’t processed that people really, really don’t care what they think. And that we know why they are doing this. Butthurt.

    • AFVet says:

      The fact that intelligent people don’t care what they think is to our advantage.
      Their greatest fear is to be ignored.
      I am so looking forward to Barry’s flail fest.

  2. Trump’s got the pope on his yacht. The pope’s hat flies off. It’s in the water. The Secret Service is trying to get it. All the pope’s people are trying to get it. Trump goes, “Hang on, hang on.” He walks across the water, bends over, picks up the hat, walks back across the water, puts in on the pope’s head—the pope’s baffled. Next day’s newspaper headline reads, “TRUMP CAN’T SWIM.”

    http://freebeacon.com/culture/fridays-with-tommy/

  3. Lulu says:

    If you spin out the inferences from this above New Yorker sneer, only high ranking civil servants like Lois Lerner should be president because of her experience, character, connections, credentials, and natural ability to plead the Fifth with a straight face. In other words only functionaries who are part of the same functionary tribe get to chose or be chosen. Think of Versailles. Then what followed. We still got time to get a big ass Chopamatic if needed.

    • lateblum says:

      Which would have automatically eliminated bronco bama. And that would have been a good thing.

      • Lulu says:

        Technically. But Broncobama was selected as the figurehead of the functionaries because he had the right credentials (Harvard do-nothing blowhard) and was the right color to scream “racism” if anyone pointed out he was no great shakes and had not actually ever done anything but hector and posture “eloquently” in elitism jibberish and act as Chicago bagman for smallish bribes. Now the elitism functionaires of the Dem party are seemingly starting to peel off from him (I think it will grow when the enormous scope of his incompetence and graft is exposed) and he gutted the political party which they had attached themselves to like barnacles. Even that monster Soros has been blame-casting that his plan was great but the “elites” fucked it up. So the progs will pivot to Bronco fucked it up once he doesn’t have any federal enforcement threats as Bronco is saying the he was too good for the hicks. They are fighting over scraps. And to retain a little of their dignity.

        • AFVet says:

          The very fact that he hid his records should have disqualified him from holding office.
          We may yet find out who he really is.
          The old saying, “you can run but you can’t hide” applies here.
          It all depends on the new DoJ’s willingness to pursue it.

        • 49erDweet says:

          And they’re failing miserably at that last bit, too.

  4. driguana says:

    Love the continuing Obama is a scholar and genius discussion.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    I have a family member who posts New Yorker articles on FB and thinks Borowitz is hilarious. I guess that makes her smarter than me 😀

  6. helenk3 says:

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/443466/california-madness-hypocritical-coastal-elites-soak-middle-class

    California is a really beautiful state. I lived and worked in both southern california and northern california. This article is a really sad statement on what has happened to a beautiful state

  7. helenk3 says:

    http://www.americanthinker.com

    the lame duck restraint act

    this would be an historical first and part of backtrack’s legacy

    pass a law so the no future president could damage the country on his way out the door

    http://www.bootsandsabers.com/

    death throes of a presidency

  8. foxyladi14 says:

    😀

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Today in fake news….

  10. DeniseVB says:

    More Winning…..

    • Lulu says:

      Bwhahaha. Soon only bullet proof cars for Mexico domestic consumption will be built there and all with Volkswagen engines.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I watched a marathon of Mexico Life (version of House Hunters) last weekend and ooo’d and awed the beautiful and affordable condos,homes and beaches. Of course my spoiler dh matched every swoon with drug cartels will come over that mountain and kill you in your sleep if the giant lizards or rabid monkeys don’t. One of the homes had NO exterior walls. Ewwww, no thanks.

    • lateblum says:

      Stuart Varney interrupted an interview with one of his guests…. in mid-sentence to announce this news. The elation of Varney took the wind out of the interview. He is going to speak with Jeff Fields (I think he said) who is the CEO of Ford Motor Co in the next segment of his program.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Helen, and other train lovers, this is such a cool photojournal of a cross country Amtrak trip. I’ve always wanted to do this…..

      http://dereklow.co/across-the-usa-by-train-for-just-213/

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Helen’s stories always bring back memories. I used to travel with my aunts every summer and much of it was done by train. Our route were based more on visiting relatives in carious states but I enjoyed those trips and the views were wonderful. Some of the railroad stations were tiny and barebones and then there were the grander stations in the larger cities. My home town fell somewhere in between. The stations is still in operation and has lovely architecture including a clock tower and an adjoining midrise hotel. There is still a restaurant along office space in part of the building. It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings in the 70s.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Yes they are.
      My electric bill went up $11.00.
      Russians siphoned off my electricity.⚡️

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  12. swanspirit says:

    How is it, that the condescending douchebags miss their own collosal stupidity? This pilot cartoon isn’t even a good analogy, on the most basic elementary school level of analogies.
    It is flabbergasting that people who were considered so smart, are actually incredibly stupid. The more they expose their hubris, the more we peons are convinced we are doing the right thing ignoring or ousting them. And if their current attitude and behavior is any indication, they will never figure that out. Not a chance.

  13. NewOrleans says:

    Megyn Kelly to leave Fox. Finally proof that Julian Assange is alive and well. Ford and Congressional Republicans cave to Donald Trump. And I’ve only been awake for an hour. I can’t take all this winning!

    Best election EVER!

      • mcnorman says:

        Add the Clintons to that as well.

        Bill and Hillary Clinton have decided to attend the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, according to two sources with knowledge of their plans. The Clintons will join former Presidents George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter, who have also announced that they will attend. George and Laura Bush said today that they would be present “to witness the peaceful transfer of power.”

        http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/01/bill-and-hillary-clinton-will-attend-the-trump-inauguration.html

        • Lulu says:

          Moving through the stages of (butthurt) grief finally. Carter had the least butthurt so he was first. Big Dog is incapable of missing an opportunity for an appearance. Bush II can’t miss because this is the most exclusive club in the world. The Old and Ancient Bush will probably go too when special and very considerate arrangements are offered by Trump.

          • Somebody says:

            I don’t know if Pappy and Babs will make this one Lulu. Pappy’s health isn’t so good. In fact unless Jeb! was being sworn in, I don’t think Pappy would attend.

            I could be wrong, but between his health and a serious case of butthurt I think he’ll pass.

            Speaking of pappy, I bet he’s more determined than ever to live another 4 years. I assure you he doesn’t want the new POTUS delivering a eulogy, just sayin.

          • Lulu says:

            You may very well be right as they are spiteful old crooks. But it’s the presidency and history and tradition and spectacle. Why take it out on Trump that Jeb was such a dud and not going would only bring that back up? Babs knew it and knew he should not have run. If it is not that much trouble to them personally, they will go because Shrub is and they will be the only father/son there and were a mini-dynasty unlike Bill/Hill.

        • Somebody says:

          Do they have enough crow on hand for the inaugural luncheon? The supplies were already stretched thin due to Congress and Obama, now they’ll have to come up with 6 more plates!

          • mcnorman says:

            roflmao
            Low energy Jeb will not be there and pappy is not going either.

          • cynic says:

            I always thought that God was sending us a sign on Obama’s ’09 Inauguration Day. Who can forget the error during the swearing in, and then Byrd & Kennedy getting sick at the luncheon.

            “Byrd, Kennedy Leave Lunch for Medical Reasons
            Early reports say that Sens. Byrd and Kennedy left the Obama Congressional luncheon for medical reasons.

            Before being taken from the room, Kennedy had begun shaking and convulsing, according to Senate staffer in the luncheon, and appeared to be having a seizure.

            His apparent seizure occurred moments after Byrd, who was sitting at the same table as Kennedy, was taken from the room by staff.”
            http://voices.washingtonpost.com/inauguration-watch/2009/01/byrd_kennedy_leave_luncheon_fo.html

    • Somebody says:

      So who will get Megyn’s time slot? Tucker? Lou Dobbs? Hannity? Jesse Watters? Judge Jeanine? One of the other female attorneys at Fox like Shannon Bream or Kimberly Guilfoyle? Someone completely new?

      • Somebody says:

        Nesting fail, this was supposed to nest under New Orleans comment about Megan Kelly leaving Fox.

      • Lulu says:

        I’m hoping Tucker gets it and Kimberly Guilfoyle gets his. I like Shannon Bream too so put her on The Five to make the rest of them look stupid. Or stupidier.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Trish Regan from FBN, I think she’s filled in for Megyn before?

          • lateblum says:

            Trish Regan is my long-shot fave. She said this morning, she does not go out to public places because people (who are not fans, obviously) get “in my business” at the movies and in restaurants. I thought this is a hard price to pay for a daytime show. Sl let’s put her on in prime time at the very least to make up for the rudeness of those nasty people.

  14. DeniseVB says:

    Heh.

    • lateblum says:

      She has been going for the softer look again lately. Her hair is growing out and there is a slight wave or curl to it again. AFAIC that means she is looking for a return to the old image in a new space.

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