Trump Is The New Big Dog


One of the things I have learned about blogging is that if you just wait a little bit someone will say what you are thinking better than you could. In this case it’s Big Pink (h/t Angie):

Update: Thursday, April 6, 2017 via President Trump can be summarized “during the day he nuked the Senate, at night he bombed Syria“. Yet some dolts don’t see the brilliance and miracle of President Trump.

Let’s quickly answer the question the dolts (Conservative Treehouse as usual does not understand complicated matters and after the Syria attack many commenters began to attack President Trump) don’t get. The dolts stupidly declared “There is ZERO motive for President Bashir Assad to weaponize chemical weapons against his people.” Um, idiots the motive for Assad, and Putin for that matter is the same motive all tin pot dictators always have: They are testing the new American president.

With every new administration come tests from foreign enemies of the United States. Why did Syria’s Assad burn his own people with chemical weapons? Because Assad and the Russians and IRAN wanted to slap President Donald J. Trump in the same way every lowlife in the world enjoyed slapping Barack Obama. Back in April 4, 2009 we wrote about the time Barack Obama was tested by America’s enemies. The dolts at the Treehouse should read our smart analysis to understand how foreign enemies test new presidents and see what smart analysis looks like: World Leaders And North Korea To Barack Obama: “Sucker”. That’s right you dolts, in April 2009 the new Obama administration was tested by North Korea. In April 2017, it is President Donald J. Trump who is tested.

How well did President Trump do on his first major test? It’s a miracle. Check out our comments section to get more details as they come in but first reactions from Big Pink were right on target:

For the record we are not in favor of military involvement in Syria. But this chemical attack was a direct challenge to President Trump to test him and see if he was as weak as Obama.

President Trump has turned lemons into lemonade. President Trump with this attack, which took place during President Xi and Trump at dinner, sends a message to China, North Korea and every adversary: “I am not weak Obama. My name is Trump. Donald J. Trump!”

Look at what President Trump managed to do with his first international crisis:

(1) He had a peaceful dinner with President Xi of China after he secretly ordered the calibrated attack on Syria. Before President Trump made the public announcement of the attack he politely informed President Xi. The unstated message to President Xi: “I am not Barack Hussein Obama. Tell that to the North Korean freaks you’ve been helping. If you don’t want a massive immigration crisis on your southern border get these North Korean freaks back in the circus and off the streets or I will do the job for you.” China and North Korea get the message and American allies in the region such as Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea, respect the new President of the United States.

(2) Russia’s Vladimir Putin just got schlonged by testicular fortitude Trump. There goes the notion that Trump is Putin’s plant. Iran got schlonged too. You’re not dealing with Barack Hussein Obama – You’re dealing with President Donald J. Trump. Freaks. As to American allies like Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the rest, they too have respect for the new President of the United States and know that unlike Barack Hussein Obama, President Donald J. Trump is the one that does the schlonging and the slapping. The Egyptian President and the Jordanian King both of whom visited President Trump this past week must have especially wide smiles – but not as wide as the grin on Prime Minister Netanyahu.

(3) American allies world-wide, in North and South America, in the European Union, in Asia, Great Britain, everywhere know there is an American President in charge once again that they can rely on. America’s enemies world-wide know there is an American President in charge once again that they must fear and negotiate with out of respect.

(4) President Trump dealt with America’s enemies foreign and domestic. Remember, the toilet known as the U.S. Congress goes on vacation, they call it “recess”, on Friday. What will these useless goofballs do? They can no longer claim that Trump is Putin’s plant. Will they stay on the job to deal with the ramifications of President Trump’s attack on Syria? Or will these useless pieces of baggage go home and leave foreign policy to President Trump? Those that want to stay to demand President Trump do their bidding will have to confront those that want to go on vacation.

If the Congress persists and insists on vacation as their priority, President Trump can make recess appointments. If the Congress goes on vacation President Trump will continue to have a free hand on foreign policy. If the Congress decides to shock us all and stay in Washington to work, President Trump can demand they also work on ObamaCare repeal, the budget that is due and the debt ceiling. President Trump wins and wins.

As we enter the season of miracles, more miracles – via the miraculous President Donald J. Trump.


Trump didn’t hesitate, he didn’t vacillate, he didn’t make speeches or wag his finger at anyone. He fired the equivalent of a warning shot at Bashar Assad. The message said, in part, “If I can blow up your air bases I can blow up your house. We don’t have to invade to fuck you up.”

The response to the use of Sarin gas was measured and swift.

And now the world knows that the Obama-led era of American weakness is over. There is a new big dog on the block, and his name is Donald Trump.

BTW – it really doesn’t matter who really used the Sarin gas. The message is the same.


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184 Responses to Trump Is The New Big Dog

      • 49erDweet says:

        /flutter, flutter/

      • Venus says:

        It’s always 1963 for the Left.
        Glory days, I guess –like the former high school football star during his mid-life crisis.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Yesterday I over heard the staff and committee of one of the other agencies in our space patting themselves on the back for how federal grant funds were used to pay for the metro tickets for those brave women to run about on the trains and pester people as well as pay for their food because it was hard work protesting (the man who is the boss of the giver outers of that money). I almost dropped my mug full of hot tea on the floor – they were lucky did not aim it at the table.

        I got a few dirty looks for disrupting their discussion so I was bad and said I did not realize all the meeting rooms were booked and they had to use the kitchen (the meeting spaces were all empty – I know because I had just been at the front desk making sure our meetings are on the calendar for next week).

        It really ticked me off – but I have to say it would tick me off no matter who’s administration was in charge. This is the kind of thing that shows just how mucky the swamp has become.

  1. Scott Adams:

    As I blogged yesterday, the claim that Assad ordered a chemical attack on his own people in the past week doesn’t pass my sniff test. For Assad to order a gas attack now – while his side is finally winning – he would have to be willing to risk his life and his regime for no real military advantage. I’m not buying that.

    But let’s say the world believes Assad or a rogue general under his command gassed his own people. What’s an American President to do? If Trump does nothing, he appears weak, and it invites mischief from other countries. But if he launches 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian military air base base within a few days, which he did, the U.S. gets several benefits at low cost:

    1. President Trump just solved for the allegation that he is Putin’s puppet. He doesn’t look like Putin’s puppet today. And that was Trump’s biggest problem, which made it America’s problem too. No one wants a president who is under a cloud of suspicion about Russian influence.

    2. President Trump solved (partly) for the allegation that he is incompetent. You can hate this military action, but even Trump’s critics will call it measured and rational. Like it or not, President Trump’s credibility is likely to rise because of this, if not his popularity. Successful military action does that for presidents.

    3. President Trump just set the table for his conversations with China about North Korea. Does China doubt Trump will take care of the problem in China’s own backyard if they don’t take care of it themselves? That negotiation just got easier.

    4. Iran might be feeling a bit more flexible when it’s time to talk about their nuclear program.

    5. Trump’s plan of a Syrian Safe Zone requires dominating the Syrian Air Force for security. That just got easier.

    6. After ISIS is sufficiently beaten-back, the Syrian government will need to negotiate with the remaining entities in Syria to form a lasting peace of some sort that keeps would-be refugees in place. Syria’s government just got more flexible. It probably wants to keep the rest of its military.

    7. Israel is safer whenever an adversary’s air power is degraded.

    On the risk side of the equation, we have the possibility of getting into war with Russia. I’d put those odds at roughly zero in this case because obviously the U.S. warned Russia about the attack. That means we knew their reaction before we attacked. And it was a measured response of the type Putin probably respects. I expect Russia to complain a lot but continue to partner with the U.S. against ISIS.

    If it turns out that the sarin gas attack that sparked this military action didn’t come from Assad, it doesn’t much matter. President Trump will bank all of the benefits above even if the attack turns out to be a hoax. We know Assad had some chemical weapons at one point, and probably used them. No one will be crying for Assad if the attack was unnecessary. And realistically, the public will never be 100% sure who was behind the attack.

    I doubt this is the first step in a larger plan for war to depose Assad. But if Assad thinks it might be, we have a stronger position over there.

    I’m not pro-war, so this military action alarms me the same way it alarms most people. But objectively speaking, the risk-reward ratio for this attack on Syria’s air field was exceptionally good. You rarely see so many benefits arise from one limited military action.

    I thought President Trump would hold off on military action in the service of regime change. That still seems to be the case. But once our intelligence services traced the plane that allegedly dropped the gas back to a specific air base, it opened the option that Trump took. I didn’t realize that our military knows what every aircraft in Syria is doing at all times. That’s impressive, bordering on hard-to-believe.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Can’t help but noticed Trump is at the head of the table in his picture, and a general is at the head of the table, with Obama slouching to his side, in Obama’s picture.

      • Venus says:

        and Trumpm is wearing a suit and tie; Obama’s wearing a Member’s Only jacket.

        Idiot NeverTrumps are mocking Bannon not being “at the table” (the especially stupid Charles Gaspriono on FBN claims Kushner is sneering at Bannon); but unlike those losers, Bannon is in the room

    • patroclus says:
      April 7, 2017 at 1:30 pm

      We had been doing well for the first few weeks – health insurance/Medicaid destruction was stopped, the Muslim ban was held up in the courts, the Russian connection was being investigated, Trump has been massively incompetent, the media actually seemed to be fighting back. But this week, with Trump getting the U.S. involved in another war, losing the USSC for another generation (coupled with the way they did it) and the Nunes/Watnick counter-op changing the media narrative and the complete and utter gushing by the Village over the Syrian bombing have been real body blows. This has been the worst week since November and it looks like it’s just the start.

      Schadenfreudelicious!

    • jenlyntx says:

      Man needs to start winning more. I suggest turning of computer, getting a real job, sweating a bit and as Judge Judy says put your listening ears ON and shut ya mouth.

    • swanspirit says:

      This from a guy who lives in a secluded small town in the peaceful hills of West Virginia, has a salary from a private little college sufficient to buy and renovate his own home in the past six months,drives a Subaru, has an income from his blog, both parents still living, keeps multiple pets,and has a new GF.
      The kind of guy who kicks out his roommates if they disagree with him politically.
      Yeah life is tough for poor John.

    • 49erDweet says:

      John Cole remains an idiot.

  2. votermom says:

    Big Dog Trump, I like it
    Mad Dog Mattis
    who are Attack Dog, Guard Dog, and Pit Bull in his admin?

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Time to call in the NYC Rat Hunters? Warning, may be disturbing to some……

  4. swanspirit says:

    Someone else said something that deeply resonated with me as well, regarding the Syrian situation This is from a commenter on FB named Karen:

    I think Trump has distinguished communism from free societies. Respect for life and the individual. The ends do not justify the means. This was a very principled and important statement to make. Politically unsavvy, but moral clarity in leadership is something none of us are used to. It’s always about being smart and alliances, but not about what is right. You cannot make a silk purse out of a sows ear. Asaad and Russia are communists and dictators. They are fighting ISIS, but if they are allowed to win by any means necessary and we say nothing, what will happen when Syria or Iran decides to point those wmds at Israel. This is why principles matter in the long run. So you have a moral leg to stand on when the tides turn. I don’t think he is doing this for political gain or to support Isis, but because it is morally the right thing to do

    I agree with this statement, and I think that is why what PDT did resonates so deeply with anyone with a human soul. Because he defended life. It is what Americans are known for.
    I used to hate it when Hussein said “it’s not who we are”, when he never had a clue.
    .

  5. taw46 says:

    Report that Syrian warplanes just took off from that same Air Base. Question of whether it is all for show or carrying leftover chemical weapons.

  6. taw46 says:

    Sadly, another of the victims of the Westminister attack had died.

  7. The JOOOOOS!!!

  8. Dora says:

  9. Venus says:

    MORE WALK BACK!!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Give them time, they’ll ALL come around 🙂

    • lateblum says:

      I’d so rather have these guys walking back what they said and rejoin the band than wander away. It’s clear you would, too..

      • Venus says:

        that’s why social media needs to be used with restraint. when I first heard about Syria strike last night my kneejerk reaction was concern given our last 2 idiot president’s records. but i didn’t start posting hysteria all over the internet. And I didn’t conflate a strike of a military target with no civilians harmed as ‘intervention.’
        these guys should have taken a breath before tweeting thet were “off the Trump train”

        • lateblum says:

          Agreed. And, to be truthful, it was in the deep of the night when I found out about the air strike. So my defenses were low since I was tired and needed sleep. That made it difficult to be anything but concerned, sad, or angry. I ruled out angry — until Marie Harf and Shep Smith opened their mouths. That was when I turned off the tv and went to sleep. I figured I’d learn more about it this morning.

        • swanspirit says:

          We have been traumatized by the previous POTUS. We flinch when we hear news. This too shall pass.

  10. foxyladi14 says:

    Weekly Address

  11. Venus says:

    YES– it doesn’t matter who used the gas. Trump turned it into an opportunity to send the message. That is a huge point about all this that the conspiracy nuts are missing.

  12. Venus says:

    ha ha ha! just when you think the idiot Dems can’t get dumber or deeper in denial. reports now are that they are happy about the Syria strike because now Putin (who owns Trump) will release all the naked pics of him and hookers that he has. LMAO.

    • lateblum says:

      O’Donnell et. al. need to get some sleep and talk with people who are not tainted with TDS.

  13. mothy67 says:

    My progs are in tears. For realsies actual tears. They thought Trump was done after ryancare. Gorsuch has them on suicide watch. I can’t go to a monastery if I laugh hysterically at progressives in pain

    • lateblum says:

      It must be really lonely being so sure of yourself that only you can see the “truth”.
      (Atrios, that is.)

  14. helenk3 says:

    My youngest grand daughter passed the 1st test to become a cop at the Supreme Court in DC.
    there will be more testing and she will not know for several months if she will get the job. My fingers and toes are crossed for her.
    She will be in the place where history is made.
    I am busting my buttons with pride today

    • 49erDweet says:

      Pat might be three months older than me, but he’s about 30 years behind in social awareness. Such a shame. Should of retired in his early 70’s. Instead has lived to become painfully naive and out-of-step with today’s culture. SMH.

      • mothy67 says:

        AFVet whom I respect has expressed a dislike for gays. I can respect him. I did not select this. Beaten and maybe raped. I don’t know what was done to me one night. I was only 16. They left me for dead in a parking lot. I never hurt them. I was only 16. I was a virgin. My crime was looking queer and waiting for a bus at 16. I don’t hate them. I have so much why would I waste time on the past. I may be a royal fuck up but there is achild that knows I love her and she has a shot

      • DeniseVB says:

        Shush. Pat prays away hurricanes here, so far so good 😛

  15. AFVet says:

  16. AFVet says:

  17. Venus says:

    WALK BACK ALERT! Don Suber’s been the only one so far with the grace to admit he was wrong http://donsurber.blogspot.com/2017/04/trumps-end-game-on-syria-is-pretty-good.html

  18. Venus says:

    this is a fucking AMAZING fail by CNN — watch until end:

  19. DandyTIger says:

    From all the events last night with Syria, meeting with China, Nikki at the UN, Senate confirmation, etc., it kind of feels like the baptism scene in the Godfather.

  20. mothy67 says:

    All kinds of crazies asking for money after Gorsuch . It is a yahoo account I only keep because I’ve had it so long. I was a democrat back then. I only registered R to vote for Trump in primary. These emails well some of them are very I don’t know correct word histrionic? The abortion stuff is way over the top. Third trimester stuff puts most people off.

  21. mothy67 says:

    I took rugrat to gymnastics. Parents are only allowed to watch once a month. Most parents hang out to much to drop them off and drive home then come back. Wow talk about dance moms. It’s also a competitive cheerleading school. Kid has been begging me I thought it was too expensive. 180 for 3 months. I had to face the music with her grades. I pushed too hard. Crud let me know. She has brought home straight A’s since. She is always doing back flips like all the time. I was placing way too much emphasis on math. She is a natural at sporty stuff. I have to buy another trophy case. I was judging these cheerleader moms. I was doing same thing with math. I think I need to kidnap an asian.

    • 49erDweet says:

      I take Boss-of-the-World to dance class and hang there thru two sessions, so I know whatcha mean about ‘dance mom’s’. LOL.

  22. Dora says:

    A bit creepy.

    ==

    The late Carrie Fisher will appear in ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’, says brother Todd Fisher

    The late Carrie Fisher will make an appearance from beyond the grave in the final “Star Wars” movie of the new trilogy, her brother Todd Fisher tells Confidential.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/late-carrie-fisher-final-star-wars-movie-article-1.3030154

  23. CiscoKid says:

    Just surfing the net and I found this.
    In Northern Syria Trump has been given the nom de guerre, Abu Ivanka al Amriki, Father of Ivanka the American.
    No explanation given, it was just a translation from Arabic.

  24. DeniseVB says:

    😀

  25. DeniseVB says:

    So cool…..

  26. Dora says:

  27. Dora says:

    I wasn’t watching.

    ==

    What the hell was Brian Williams thinking?

    MSNBC’s Brian Williams came under fire Friday for coming up with another broadcast “beauty” during his coverage of the US strike on Syria.

    Williams – who was famously bounced from his NBC gig for fabricating stories – was apparently mesmerized by the sight of cruise missiles blazing through the night sky.

    http://nypost.com/2017/04/07/brian-williams-tries-to-get-poetic-about-strike-on-syria/?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=NYPTwitter&utm_medium=SocialFlow&sr_share=twitter

  28. Dora says:

    • CiscoKid says:

      “Hammering” Hank
      ⚡️⚾️

    • lateblum says:

      My brother’s favorite player evah!
      He has #42 on everything and was thrilled when we went to the Baseball Hall of Fame a few years ago and saw Aaron’s tributes. Absolutely thrilled. I was blessed to have seen him so excited.

      • taw46 says:

        Many years ago when I worked for an airline, I met him at Pittsburgh airport. We had a short conversation (which I don’t remember, lol), but I do remember he was a nice man.

        • lateblum says:

          Cool. My brother would’ve remembered every syllable – or he’d have been so excited, he wouldn’t have remembered anything. 😉

          • taw46 says:

            Since I don’t watch much sports, his visit was wasted on me, lol. Oh, I knew who he was, but my co-workers who were rabid sports fans would have enjoyed it even more.

  29. DeniseVB says:

  30. CiscoKid says:

    Great news for you riflemen/women out there.
    Always wanted a M-1 Garand?
    The CMP announced that 86,000 of them are being returned to the US from the Philippines.
    The Civilian Marksmanship Program website has more info.
    Remember, JugEars stopped their importation because, “those military grade weapons could end up on the streets” Ya, I’m sure every gangbanger wants a M-1.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Great gun. That’s what I learned to shoot as a kid.

      • CiscoKid says:

        We used to use them as drill rifles back in high school JROTC.
        Even though it bit me more than once during my 4 years, I knew I HAD to get one.
        I did, Korean lend lease return.
        300 meter shots, no problem.
        But that was 35 years ago, now 50-75 meters just to hear the “ping” when she’s empty.

  31. SHV says:

    ” “those military grade weapons could end up on the streets” Ya, I’m sure every gangbanger wants a M-1.”
    *****
    New status symbol/Rap Song..”Gangbanger Thumb”

    • CiscoKid says:

      That would be a great clue if someone was use about a 8 pound rifle to shoot somebody.
      Just look at the thumb.

  32. helenk3 says:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/04/so_who_forgot_to_pen_the_criminals_in_at_san_diegos_glitzy_new_555_million_courthouse.html

    in the you can not make this up dept

    sometimes I wonder do you have to be stuck on stupid to become a bureaucrat?

    • CiscoKid says:

      And the Governor just added another 12 cent tax on a gallon of gasoline.
      That helps to pay for stupid 💩 like this.
      $555 million, and they still want$3 million extra a year.
      😂

    • Jeffhas says:

      I read the article and kept thinking, I haven’t seen the San Diego courthouse or the construction (I’m down there every few weeks)… but have been telling people for a couple years that I had to pay a ticket in Long Beach and that place was like the most gorgeous modern museum (named after Repub Governor Deukmejian – who probably would not roll over in his grave, if he were dead) – anyways, this courthouse is about 10 times the size they need for the Long Beach area, and population and the workers have nothing but cool space and ‘area’ to stretch out and breath… it’s pretty stunning with indoor/outdoor public spaces and a sanctuary water garden… turns out your article above says that as bad as San Diego’s courthouse folly is at $555 million, Long Beach’s courthouse cost $2 Billion !!!

      … our state is broke, we’re conserving water – even though the drought (which was all about ‘how can we charge the plebes more $ per gallon of something nature pours out of the sky for free’) is over….

      I hate government – but the amount of money POURING through it makes me think I should be looking for government contracts to service so I can make more money to survive in this state.

      Grrrrrrr…..

  33. Dora says:

  34. CiscoKid says:

    From WH.gov.
    “Judge Gorsuch will be sworn into office on Monday, April 10, 2017, in two ceremonies. The Chief Justice of the United States will administer the first oath of office in a private ceremony at 9:00 a.m. at the Supreme Court. At 11:00 a.m., Justice Anthony M. Kennedy will administer the second oath of office in a public ceremony at the White House.”
    It’s going to be like my birthday and Christmas all rolled into one day.
    🤗👏

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