Category Archives: Crazeee States
Poppy Bush is just barely planted and the Republicans are keeping the flame alive! The formerly sane state of North Carolina is in the news, this time not for telling trans citizens that they cannot pee there, but for election … Continue reading
So today is the final election in Mississippi between notorious Civil War enthusiast Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith and Democrat Mike Espy, who happens to be black. And because anytime a large group of white nationalists , er, Republicans are gathered, Comrade Stupid … Continue reading
I know it’s Mississippi, but posing for pictures wearing a CSA cap and carrying a CSA rifle while at the home/library/museum of traitor and noted slave-economy enthusiast Jefferson Davis seems like an odd thing for a candidate (or would-be candidate: … Continue reading
The dust has settled, and in the end the $68M Ameros that former gubnor Batboy contributed to his own campaign bought him his new job. And we can say this with some confidence: he spent nearly $70M Ameros to buy … Continue reading
It’s Florida, Jake LATimes: Florida’s recount in three statewide races is already conjuring up images of the 2000 presidential election with legal skirmishes, chanting protesters and a possible ballot design issue that could potentially cost a candidate thousands of votes… … Continue reading
This brutal opinion piece in the Reno Gazette was written by 12 members of the Laxalt family. In it they are encouraging voters to NOT cast a ballot for Laxalt for Nevada: Like most Nevadans, the idea of family is … Continue reading
Scissorhead Skinny-D alerts us to the lastest of the adventures of Florida Man.
Another pitch-perfect, brilliant ad that makes fun out of how out-of-touch Ayatollah Ted Cruz is with Texas.
Axios reports: President Trump has accepted Nikki Haley’s resignation as UN Ambassador, according to two sources briefed on their conversation. The timing of her departure is still unclear. What we’re hearing: Haley discussed her resignation with Trump last week when … Continue reading
Love this. Sounds like my late Texas brother-in-law, and he was a Republican (for a little while).