Saddle-Up Another Goat!

The 2020 Goat Rodeo!

Rumored blogger-banger (Ewww-gross!) and former South Carolina (Motto: “Seething hotbed of unbridled lust”) Gov. Nikki Haley is in the 2024 Goat Rodeo!

It’s a buried lede, but it’s in an article about Hair Füror’s rally in South Carolina:

In recent days, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley called Trump and suggested she would be announcing her decision to enter the presidential race soon, a conversation that a person familiar with it described as cordial.

“She called me and said she’d like to consider it. And I said you should do it,” Trump told reporters, noting that Haley once said she would not get in the race if Trump runs again.

So we got that going for us.

The thing to remember about the 2016 Goat Rodeo PRIMARY is that with a lot of candidates on the ballot splitting the vote, Lord Damp Nut won. As he is a pea-brained nitwit with little or no strategic thinking, he’s welcoming all the ninnies to enter the race, except one: Ron DeSanctimonious:

On Saturday, Trump took his sharpest swings at DeSantis to date, accusing the governor of “trying to rewrite history” over his response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Trump said DeSantis, who has been openly skeptical about government efforts to vaccinate people against the virus, “promoted the vaccine as much as anyone.” He praised governors who did not close down their states, noting that DeSantis ordered the closure of beaches and business in some parts of the state.

“When I hear that he might [run] I think it’s very disloyal,” Trump said.

As for the polls showing DeSantis beating him in key nominating states, Trump was dismissive.

“He won’t be leading, I got him elected,” he said. “I’m the one that chose him.”

Sure, Jan.

Anyway, Nikki Haley is in!

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5 Responses to Saddle-Up Another Goat!

  1. Jimmy T says:

    Just gonna drop this off. It pretty much defines what Ron DeSanctimonious is all about…

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  2. Mike B. says:

    I was in Florida when COVID-19 started, and I think Trump’s comments about DeSantis are fairly accurate. A lot of things in the state did close down, and grocery stores had limited occupancy with required masking. (Some of this was city gov’ts doing rather than the state.) The state rolled out the vaccine as soon as it became available, and I recall no skepticism from anyone about it. But DeSantis did try to open things up before he should have (but still following CDC guidelines), and the state definitely tried to take control of everything, not allowing cities to have stricter rules than the state, threatening school districts with loss of state funding if they didn’t open back up when the state wanted them to, etc. I don’t think DeSantis went to full-on GOP COVID craziness until after I left, and I would guess that was for purely political reasons.

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    • Mike B. says:

      Above, I was just referring to the COVID paragraph. I don’t recall Trump playing much of a role in the 2018 governor’s race when DeSantis was first elected. But during those years I tried not to hear, read or think about Trump as much as possible, so I could have missed something.

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      • ali redford says:

        It seems to me that most of the time, Trump just says whatever he picks out of his nose.


      • ali redford says:

        See there? Trump did it again right here in this thread! I never said anything about Ms. Haley being another fkn Republican, even.


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