Piss On The NEA

“Piss Christ”

I told you so. I said weeks ago that just as soon as Trump and the GOP started trying to reduce the size of government and cut spending that suddenly we would be told that each and every government employee was vital and deserving of lifetime employment, and that each and every government program was essential and that people were gonna die if we cut even one fucking dollar from the federal budget.

The Atlantic:

The Real Cost of Abolishing the National Endowment for the Arts

On Thursday morning, President Trump’s proposal for the federal budget confirmed a fact long suspected: the proposed elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Together, the four groups receive less than a billion dollars a year, with the NEA and the NEH costing taxpayers $148 million a year each—approximately 0.004 percent of the federal budget individually. Their elimination would be largely symbolic, signaling the Trump administration’s intent to slash spending it sees as “wasteful” while potentially spending 146 times as much as the NEA’s annual allotment on a border wall whose efficacy even Republican lawmakers have disputed.

But eliminating the NEA would also have a very real cost. Its grants are bestowed to all 50 states in the nation, in all congressional districts. Forty percent of the NEA’s budget goes directly to states to spend for themselves, with the proviso that they match the funds dollar for dollar via their own arts agencies—encouraging a further investment in the arts at the state level. Just as significantly, 65 percent of the NEA’s direct grants go to small and medium-sized arts groups, keeping the arts alive in rural and underserved communities. It’s here where the agency’s elimination would be most keenly felt, at organizations largely ignored by private donors, but which bring the arts to audiences including veterans and schoolchildren, often in impoverished neighborhoods.

Blah, blah, blah. There is more if you want to read it.

In rebuttal let me make three simple points:

1. There is plenty of art out there that doesn’t depend on government support. It is all around us.

2. If you think the NEA is important, dig into your own pocket to support it.

3. Piss Christ

Immersion (Piss Christ) is a 1987 photograph by the American artist and photographer Andres Serrano. It depicts a small plastic crucifix submerged in a glass of the artist’s urine. The piece was a winner of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art’s “Awards in the Visual Arts” competition,[1] which was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a United States Government agency that offers support and funding for artistic projects.

Piss on the NEA.

Government sponsored “art”

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136 Responses to Piss On The NEA

  1. votermom says:

    NEA should turn to gofundme

  2. I didn’t even mention that the NEA funds exclusively liberal advocacy groups.

    • CiscoKid says:

      This was so long ago I don’t remember the artist or museum involved.
      But, a artist had been paid to create a “work of art”.
      He was behind schedule.
      Give the money back or produce.
      What he finally gave them was bricks, laid out about 6 feet and maybe 5 feet tall.
      One of the trustees objected, saying, wait, this is nothing but a pile of bricks.
      In the end it was deemed art.
      Crucifix in a glass of urine, piss on them.

  3. NBD says:

    I’m so with you on this: NEA, NEH, CPB, EPA, NASA, NOAA, etc. etc. etc. Cut it all and don’t look back. Let private individuals and firms fund this irrelevant crap.

    • I’d keep the last three, but I would limit their scope, cut their budgets and keep them on a tight leash.

      • NBD says:

        Absolutely. Leave space exploration to Space-.

        • NBD says:


          • taw46 says:

            Elon Musk gets money from NASA budget, has for years. He has use of Kennedy Space Center’s historic Pad 39A, which he does not pay NASA for, he is just responsible for upkeep. All of his businesses have government subsidies/contracts.

            “Tesla, SolarCity and SpaceX have collected or received a commitment for $4.9 billion in government support.”


          • taw46 says:

            I just find it amusing that people say Space X is all private when they have received funding from NASA. Not only money, but far more technical support and guidance than the public realizes. I doubt Space X would have come so far without that. We will never know.

          • NBD says:

            Let’s just give Elon Musk pad 39A and whatever engineers want to work for him. We’re well past the day when space exploration needed government funds (which were historically part of a battle over prestige in the Cold War). If space exploration is viable, the market will decide so. There is no longer a rationale for government funding here (unless you live in Houston or Huntsville or the “space coast” of FL and want your government pork).

    • Constance says:

      If PBS even tried to look neutral I would say to keep them but they are just ridiculously slanted to Democrat philosophy.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I don’t mind funding Cspan, no commericals or fundraising telethons. We really don’t need PBS or NPR anymore.

        • mothy67 says:

          I don’t think taxpayer funds c span. I think it is a sedentary camera that cable applauds itself for carrying. Why do I pay 3 cents a month each to all kinds of spanish language channels. Oprah gets 5 cents. Espn gets like 1.50. Cable is insane. Ala carte menus. I think CNN gets like 75 cents per subscriber. I do not want to pay CNN. I live in a garage, by choice. My dad loves baseball and my mom loves HGTV. Every option I have looked at has CNN. I loathe, abhor, detest, despise CNN. More and more in waiting rooms and bars I see HGTV on if there are no sports. TV’s in bars have to be filled with something even when it’s mute. Used to be ESPN now I have seen HGTV as background in places that cater to blue collar guys. I missed a bus transfer at 9 am and had to wait 45 minutes in teeming rain. I went into a dive that opened at 8 am. Loads of guys that worked outside getting the day off talking about tiny houses. Most were like fuck off those houses are stupid. I could do better These guys with dirt under their nails discuss flip or flop. Talking Cardhart wearing guys discussing Joann. Even heard who give’s a fuck who cheated they have a great show. Media is so off when they try to categorize what Joe the plumber actually thinks. I hung out for hours. When I was a kid I got some gay flack. That was over 35 years ago. Libs act like they weren’t the one’s selling stereotypes. Most people do not care. LGB is pretty much boring.

          • taw46 says:

            You are correct, Tim, no government funding for C-Span.

            “C-SPAN (Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network) is a private non-profit company, created in 1979 by the cable television industry as a public service. C-SPAN receives no government funding; operations are funded by fees paid by cable and satellite affiliates who carry C-SPAN programming.”

          • Venus says:

            The cable companies pay for cspan –it is part of their franchise agreement with the government. Same goes for local governments as well –that channel where you can watch your local council meetings? Cable co had to agree to provide it when they brought cable access to your community.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Thanks for the info on Cspan, I forgot about the public access deal with the cable companies.

    • kanaughty says:

      living in tornado alley, I disagree with noaa or national weather service. as long as they stick to their mission of immediate weather and stay off of climate change agenda, noaa is very useful for us even during hurricanes or after tsunami events. they do help to save lives when it comes to unbiased weather reporting.

      • DeniseVB says:

        There are plenty of sites full of weather nerds who do a better job than NOAA in tracking storms, though I do bookmark the NOAA maps during hurricane season for quick references. I wouldn’t miss it. 🙂

      • taw46 says:

        I think NOAA does an excellent job with the weather, especially here in the Keys. No other site does what they do, with tracking storms, winds, seas. Very important since there are so many boaters here. And the National Hurricane Center is theirs. But I agree, get back to their purpose and drop the climate change agenda.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          I would agree with NOAA, NASA and even the EPA – but they need to get back to their roots and the best way to get those roots back in shape is to prune them mercilessly. They have left their initial missions to die on the vine while working on silly crap. They also need more true nerds – not SJW staff.

          I gave up with all of the faux intellectuals of NEA, PBS and NPR over things their obnoxious pretentious crapola they try and pass off as art/news/entertainment. That urine soaked piece was that last straw for me. It is not art – it is just vile hatred personified.

          • taw46 says:

            The left did it to themselves, with what they force on the public. And all the money goes to their lefty friends. Good riddance, I say.

  4. Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney defended the newly announced budget blueprint on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Thursday. Asked how he could defend deep cuts to the State Department to fund an increase for Defense, Mulvaney replied, “Make no mistake about it, this is a hard-power budget, not a soft-power budget.” He added, “That is what the President wanted and that is what we gave him.” The new budget would cut 28% from the State Department and add 9%, or $54 billion, to the Defense budget.

    One of the proposed cuts which came up today is the decision to cut all funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. During the segment, Mulvaney said one of the ways they approached the budget was to look at whether specific programs could be justified to taxpayers. “One of the questions we asked was can we really continue to ask a coal miner in West Virginia or a single mom in Detroit to pay for these programs? The answer was no,” he said. “We can ask them to pay for defense, and we will, but we can’t ask them to continue to pay for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.”

  5. mothy67 says:

    I am reposting from downstairs as because I wrote this before or as you were posting
    This is my white Irish Catholic trash take

    So have I and if I am willing to spend 250 a pop to see kevin spacey and tony danza tread the boards you can tack on an extra 10 to support the arts make it optional (Danza was great in Iceman Cometh small role but good). Only for the high end tickets. The last time I went to the Met was maybe 15 years ago. So expensive. It’s not like the mom’s in flyover country clipping coupons feel any benefit from that. No instead they have been insulted by artists. Look where the grant money goes to individual artist. I think it was Piss Christ — it was


    And if I remember correctly Karen Finley and Mapplethorpe also got NEA grants. Your tax dollars pay for that? Insulting your faith. Hmmm? I think the Amish kill you for that. We bigoted Americans simply said no tax dollars which is so much worse than beheading.
    I am all for evocative art, but find a patron.

    The most exciting thing I ever saw on Broadway was David Hare’s -Via Dolorosa (the path Jesus took to Calvary) One man show about his visit to Israel and the conflict. He went all proggie back in 1998/9. People were screaming fuck you at the stage, at each other, walking out. He kept his show going without missing a beat. I had gone to TKTS by myself out of boredom. Ticket was 20 so I went alone. Wish they had camera phones back then. I knew next to dick about the conflict as it was pre 9/11. It was so emotional, not the play the audience. The play was cerebral. Not crazy about Hare(The Hours, The Reader, Plenty).

  6. 1539days says:

    This is actually very smart for another reason.

    In order to use Budget reconciliation to pass anything, the CBO has to score it as “revenue neutral” over 10 years. The CBO isn’t big on dynamic scoring, so any tax cuts will be considered as a loss in revenue. By cutting every liberal sacred cow, it makes it that much easier to be revenue neutral.

    Now, if there’s something the left wants and the Republicans are willing to keep, they can force the Democrats to vote with them as a new appropriation bill.

  7. I might have to start watching these pressers every day.

    • elliesmom says:

      She seems nice enough.

      • 1539days says:

        Then she will do much better.

          • mothy67 says:

            I think he is letting them hang themselves. They keep projecting on him. He made a pussy joke to another guy in private. She is saying cunt to the public DC had men and women in pussy hats. Judd screaming about menstruation on sheets. Calling it nasty. Where did a period ever come into play? He has not lost his cool in two years. They project. Good lord Alec Baldwin is playing a parody of himself not Trump. Tapes of him calling his daughter names. Vile names his own daughter on an answering machine.
            He thinks Trump is explosive?!?!?!?! It’s over two years and he has not gone Alec Baldwin.
            I read they had security at first debate ready to escort him out. Me again was going to obliterate him. He said well Rosie. I think they are trying to push him yet again. The douchebag in Hawaii made a ridiculous ruling. I have taken a total of two under graduate law classes and I can see this decision is absurd. I don’t know about Kagen or Sotomyer(sp) but its an insane decision. Are they incapable of learning. Trump is not going to lose it. He surveyed the land of Manhattan and decided he was going to put his name on it. He did. The late 70’s and 80’s he stuck by his home, his city. Wollman rink he saved.
            What kind of fool looks at the most important city in the world and says I am putting my name all over it. He did. The Trump brand helped NY survive.
            I think he loves his country and will lead us well.

    • mcnorman says:

      Utter vulgarian.

    • jenlyn says:

      Sarah Silverman is exactly why feminism is dead and she and Amy Schumer together are a real feminist’s worst case scenario. The fact that she used cunt to describe a man that she hates worse than anyone in the world is proof positive that she misses the boat on every level as far as feminism goes. Today unfortunately what passes for feminism is who sex the most semen and they’re all 10 or fishes and jokes about it in the most repulsive way possible. These women do more to harm women than most men and they’re an embarrassment to women like myself. Sarah Silverman is an embarrassment to women and she like Amy Schumer Samantha Bee and Rachel Maddow need to be ass kicked into the 21st century were women worldwide don’t need more sex they need less. I volunteer to do the ass kicking and I realize it’s going to have to take a lot of time every day to do it right and probably will need a couple years of it I know it’s going to be hard but I do volunteer to do it for free as a courtesy for all

      • lateblum says:

        Thankx, Jenlyn. I’ll help if you need me. 💪💪💪💪💪❤️

        • jenlyn says:

          I have to laugh a little bit wouldn’t that be fun and I apologize for the two sentences auto correct just murdered but y’all got my point. I mean we could even raise money how many people would pay to watch us kick their asses I think we could raise Millions maybe hundreds of millions pay off the national debt everyone would laugh their heads off this might be a real thing

      • DeniseVB says:

        Reminds me of the joke ….. I wonder which celebrity Hillary supporter put Trump over the top? They were all pretty vile and we know that didn’t play well in fly over country 🙂

    • swanspirit says:

      Yeah. She’s an artist.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Thank you Team TCH, my RL BFF’s are all about FUNDING THE FUCKING ARTS, because it’s the Arts or something. I have no problem defunding because it’s always about giving money to rich people to put on shows for rich people. As I said downstairs, the Dems are all of sudden concerned about poor people when their troughs dry up.

    • elliesmom says:

      Our local senior center serves lunch M-F for $3. There’s a small group of folks who come for lunch everyday. Mostly guys who live alone. One table 8-10 guys. The center is struggling to continue the offering because it’s getting hard to do it w/o more money. There are a lot of days my sewing group might opt to stay for lunch, but you need to make a reservation 48 hours ahead of time so we end up going out somewhere. The town where I used to live has a table set aside for seniors at the local middle school. It’s the school with the biggest kitchen facilities and the prettiest cafeteria. Seniors can drop in for lunch w/o notice and can buy lunch at “teacher prices”, which would be about $3. There’s a salad bar, a deli sandwich line, and a “hot lunch”. There’s a coffee pot and hot water for tea. The school is making lunch everyday anyway, and an extra dozen or so people don’t make much difference when you’re cooking for 600. There are a lot of people screaming about programs for the poor and the elderly being cut, but it might make some creative thinking happen.

      • CiscoKid says:

        This might get touchy.
        Today on Rush’s broadcast he noted that there are reports that illegal’s have stopped getting their food stamps, I still call it that, or applying for same because of fear that they might get caught. Here illegally, get free food or at lower cost and American citizens, many seniors and elderly get squat.
        I don’t like that one bit. Why can’t their own country feed them?
        Ya’ go to America, America’s rich, they’ll feed you.
        $20 trillion in debt doesn’t sound rich to me.

        • mothy67 says:

          I am too lazy right now to do the research but oblahblah administration was advertising in central America how to get public assistance here. They hid in plain sight. Gee Europe gets hit with largest migrant crisis in history at same time as U.S. all the photos of children in camps.
          Mother Fuckers allowed encouraged young kids to travel alone. They jumped trains. Some lost limbs to fulfill some deranged billionaire’s vision. I wish I had had the prescience to have captured some of soros’ claims. He set out to decimate American middle class and said in 2009 their are no borders.
          Does any thinking person think Arab Spring was not manufactured? They actually said at the time that it was an organic revolution spread through social media. Everything was tweeted. Yeah sure because people making 5/day have smartphones with unlimited data. And a facebook founder was there by chance. It was Soros.

      • Constance says:

        I work at the VA Med Center and many community people come to the canteen which offers a big meal for $6 at lunch, yesterday it was a couple slices of roast beef, rice or roasted potatoes and choice of vegetable, roll and any drink . Also has good breakfasts, around $1.50 for eggs and toast. People just have to look around a little to find a deal.

  9. mothy67 says:

    I heard it from a friend who heard it from a friend that matching grants at yuugely expensive grad film schools are a scam. Not thru the schools, but the students. Friend donates 500 company matches. Somehow the 500 makes it back to your friend and they get a tax write off you get 500 for your “film” . If you are attending a 60,000 a year college why do you need a grant?
    I lived on Great Jones and the Bowery for a few years and a had a roommate who was a grad film student at Tisch (NYU). I worked on a lot of student films. I was never impressed save my roommate that I knew from undergrad. She has talent. We lived in a basement that had been an office. I had a futon placed on milk crates. My roommate was editing Spike Lee’s sister’s film. They came by and said how great and funky it was. I had a futon on milk crates because no frame would fit. No natural light. An office kitchen. We did have a full bath. One time I left my keys at work and my roommate was away on a shoot I spent the night in a flop house on the Bowery. I think it was like 12 dollars. I slept on the floor. Was amazing. Right around the corner from where I paid 850/month(that’s 1700/month total) to live in an illegal basement apartment was a flop house for 12 a night. A studio back then was 2500.
    My roommate at the time was someone I had gone to undergrad with. I found her suicidal at Temple. She had tuition covered through her deceased dad. She was scheduled to go to Temple London her mom shut off all funds. Tuition and housing came out of her trust and ticket was bought. I made a decision I said you want to die I won’t stop you again. For fucks sake you have credit cards which go to grandma. Get on the plane. Get drunk and live then kill yourself if you want but go and live.
    She met a drunk ozzie at a bus stop in London. Went to Australia. We ended up colliding in NY one day in our real estate apartment she woke me up crying I cannot due this without you. Her senior film. I had a job I needed to pay the rent. She said she needed me. I quit my job that day to help.
    She is liberal New Yorkish Jew. Over gay cakes she can no longer be my friend because I, her, close friend is a gay Nazi. Whatever.

  10. CiscoKid says:

    Good gravy.
    I guess the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
    Theses people have serious mental problems.

  11. DeniseVB says:

  12. CiscoKid says:

    Sen. McCain losing it.
    “the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”
    Talking about Sen. Rand Paul for not voting on a bill to let Montenegro’s to join NATO.
    I think McCain is getting senile.

  13. AFVet says:

    And now for a word from Nancy,……ugh.

  14. AFVet says:

    Keep this in mind when they say that they can’t find any evidence that Trump was wire tapped.

  15. Win-win.

    • NewOrleans says:

      They were getting up to $2,000 per ticket for that show! Let them fund their own circle jerk.

  16. helenk3 says:

    hello. I am back. got a new computer that is 3 times faster then the old one. Before it took so long for the site to comeup when I clicked on that I could go and make a cup of tea before the the whole thing downloaded. Now I do not have to use words I learned on the railroad.
    missed you all and glad to be back

    • DeniseVB says:

      That’s why it took her forever to get to the point of her reveal, to make sure those ratings counted. If she had presented that malarkey right away, no one would have hung around for the first commercial.

  17. votermom says:

    • mothy67 says:

      Damage is done. Piss poor marketing/PR in my opinion. Tylenol had nothing to do with the poisoning they issued an apology and then explained. MCDonald’s should have apologized for any perceptions and then said hacked. I assume they removed and waited hours to apologize. It was like we didn’t say it but we don’t disagree. I grab coffee all the time when waiting for crud. McD’s has decent. I will walk two more blocks to Dunkin. Not because of a dumb tweet but because they pay Gibbs 6 figures. I had no idea that slug worked for them. I would hurl trying to eat a big mac thinking of him. The egg mcmuffin was already ruined. Bye bye McD’s.

      • votermom says:

        It was like we didn’t say it but we don’t disagree.

        Yup. Even their apology is half-assed.
        Based on our investigation, we have determined that our Twitter account was hacked by an external source. We took swift action to secure it, and we apologize this tweet was sent through our corporate McDonald’s account.

        Only apologizing that the tweet was sent through their account, not apologizing for content or any offense caused.

        • mothy67 says:

          Seriously undergrad at Temple I took a bullshit PR class because Center City campus was blocks away. You must own the discourse. Do not let it spin away. Same thing if you go to a nice restaurant and you complain about a dish. The waiter should remove the item and rectify. Not say oh well. You address what is before you. I bet the court of law is the same. You deal with the now. McD’s should have offered a swift apology and defended themselves later. They could still turn it around by offering free Green shakes all day tomorrow as a mea culpa. We fucked up come on in. Franchise so it might be tough, but they might sell a ton of food and avoid months of PR rehab by saying my bad.
          Ann Althouse was appalled by reaction and my favorite off the wall commentator Laslo Spatula made it somehow about erect black men. If you read Althouse he always takes it to the limit.

  18. Venus says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      No wonder we don’t trust the media “Trump starving illegals” sounds about right, can’t wait for Chelsea Clinton to tweet about it 😉

  19. Venus says:

    I don’t know who this Chris Arnade is, but his is an awesome multi-tweet response to that idiot Josh Barro (who once tweeted that yes he was “elite”). Read all of it:

  20. gram krakka says:

    Smithsonian Channel schedule in ~15 min…. “The Obama Years: The Power of Words”
    A look back at some of President Obama’s speeches and statements.
    WORDS? Either a snooze fest, good for a laugh and/or make your blood boil. BORING! So relieved “that one” isn’t getting a third term.

  21. blowme0bama says:

    Here’s a celebratory video commemorating Obama’s 08 victory by a stupid lefty, I guess he was beside himself in anticipation of all the ass showing and pissing on Americans that Lefties are wont to do. Common denominator – he makes McCain’s comment “that one”, the theme of his tedious mix.

    • jenlyn says:

      I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again I will bet my life and my eternal life that Obama is not a born citizen of the United States of America did not get into Harvard on his merits did not graduate from Harvard on his merits certainly did not get into law school on his merits certainly did not get elected to run the law review on his merits did not graduate law school on his merits and most certainly did not right either of those books. He and his wife who for some reason cough cough willingly gave up her law degree two years prior to their run for I hate to say president I like to call them the richest welfare recipients in America because they did nothing and we paid them to do nothing and we will continue to pay them to do nothing throughout eternity or at least until they croak. One of my life’s wishes it that this is exposed before I pass on so that I can see the Weeping and the Wailing and the laughing. Obama is the ultimate Manchurian Candidate and the fact that so many are so stupid and so blind prove the fable the emperor’s clothes is not a fable it is reality and maybe that is the human condition that we are stupid and we are egocentric and would prefer to believe that which could not possibly be because it fits the picture of the way we want the world to be rather than face the fact that the world is full of crooks and assholes and it is our job to expose them fight them and make the world a better place. The emperor’s naked guys and let me tell you Obama does not look good naked put some clothes on that skinny ass

  22. kanaughty says:

    repeat from last thread from me:
    I’m an artist and I don’t think the government should be spending money on this. this is the one subject in our country and our world, where we have so many rich people willing to spend money to fund the arts. so why does it need subsidies. people spend millions at auction for the works just to loan them to museums to put on a show. and when these people die, they usually endow the pieces to museums anyway. there is so much money in the arts voluntarily already that I don’t think tax payers need to fund it. it is already self funded enough. it’s really ridiculous how much money is in the arts already without all tax payers money getting involved.

  23. kanaughty says:

    I wonder if an artist would get arrested for hate speech if they did piss mohammed. I am just waiting for that rebel artist to do this and show the hypocrisy of the left. 🙂

    • They would be lucky to live long enough to get arrested.

    • mothy67 says:

      THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS HATE SPEECH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      IT DOES NOT EXIST. OUR FIRST AMENDMENT??????????… I think you are accepting sharia.

      • taw46 says:

        I want “hate speech” and “hate crimes” to go away. It is punishing thought as crimes!

        • mothy67 says:

          When will it stop? Who gets to decide? Why was beyonce lemonade not a hate crime?
          I am a neurotic Irish Catholic white trash homosexual can I prosecute myself for self loathing. It’s a hate crime if I reflect.

          • taw46 says:

            All those little Marxists/commies get to decide. The Trump admin is only one who can stop it. Those Rinos better support him, if we are to have any chance of ending the insanity.

      • kanaughty says:

        yep no such thing as hate speech. we only have free speech in america, period. i was making fun of how dems call anything hate speech and they would arrest someone for doing an art piece against mohammed, while they would praise an artist for doing an art piece against jesus. i was being sarcastic i guess. i want to see the hypocrisy flowing if any artist had the guts to do this. it would make national news.

  24. Dora says:

    It’s not her week. 🙂


    Oops! Congressman Refers to Rachel Maddow as ‘Sir’ During Live Broadcast (VIDEO)

    Congressman Bill Pascrell was finishing up an interview with Rachel Maddow when he accidentally said ‘Thank you, sir’ as he was signing off. This is just not Ms. Maddow’s week!


  25. Dora says:

    You’ve got to love James Woods.

  26. Dora says:

  27. DeniseVB says:

    This is about right.

  28. mothy67 says:

    So fuck me. The kid tells me she cannot exist because I expect too much. She can’t be perfect. I told her a bunch of stories about my childhood all stolen from the Breakfast Club. She knows I am full of shit. I said fine we will stop tutoring. I only want you to be less annoying. I will take a step back. Tutoring is 45 minutes away. Duh I picked a place within best schools. I was ready to call it quits. 45 an hour I heard her come home with the lilt in her voice. She likes it. I am going to keep paying. Schools are a fucking mess.
    I appreciate teacher’s here with input but I am seeing it first hand. It’s a mess. I am spending 45 an hour 9 times a month because I cannot even begin to find out how they force children to find least common denominator. It takes graphs. Okay fine I learned differently, but don’t shut me out. I wiped that brat’s ass. Slept on her floor in fear of SIDS. One time her dad called when he was still in picture and left a message he could not pick her up at preschool. I don’t drive. Time waiting for a bus was too long. I ran. No way in hell I was going to leave her looking out a window waiting for someone to care. I got there in time. I had no wallet. It was a 25 minute run. We had to walk home. I carried her most of the way. I don’t expect her to ever understand. Not her job. I cannot expect her school to educate her. I would not leave her alone at day care. I am sure as hell not leaving her alone with math. I can’t imagine what it is like to be a real parent. Ostensibly I can walk away. I am her great gay uncle. Perhaps it makes it easier because I, as if, can walk away.
    Anyhow local pussy hats got the hate on for me. Yep I am a misogynist. That is why I sit outside three days a week for tae kwon do. Okay I wear a MAGA hat. Fatties go after me. Yeah sure scream your anger over a hat. Gonna win lots of converts that way. Just like Madonna and Judd at protest. They are nuts. Dims are now just fringe.

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