Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Bizarro World - Day 2

By Jeff Simpson 

Here we go again, straight down the rabbit hole.   In today's beware of locust news.

This person has put out an ad questioning Hillary's health(doing Beloit College proud):

Here is the ad the "super" PAC put out:

Continuing in Bizarro world Ms. Hendricks has all of a sudden taken an interest in emails, since she was the one who gave a million dollars to Governor Scott Walker to escape justice for his illegal email server.  

The Bizarro world extends beyond just Wisconsin....Don King introduced Don Trump last night(H/T @nicholsuprising):

But Wait there is more:

The original orange man, influence peddler and former Speaker of the House, was just hired to the Squire Patton Boggs law firm that is also one of the most powerful lobbying firms in Washington DC(h/t @lhfang). All of which is fine, except that Mr. Boehner is not a lawyer and he promises he will not be lobbying.

John A. Boehner, the former speaker of the House who left Congress and his leadership post last year, is joining Squire Patton Boggs, a Washington-based law firm long known for its lobbying work.
However, Mr. Boehner, who served as speaker for four years and as a Republican representative from Ohio for 24 years, will not lobby in his new role at the law firm. Instead, he will serve “as a strategic adviser to clients” in the United States and abroad on global business development, according to the firm’s announcement.
Mr. Boehner, 66, who is not a lawyer and ran a small business in Ohiobefore his election to Congress, left the speakership at a time of conflicts with conservative members of his own party, who criticized his legislative deal making and called him a sellout.
His negotiating skills will be put to use in his new job, where he will have “the opportunity to engage with leaders in business and government throughout the world and help them work through the challenges they face, as part of a world-class team,” he said in his statement.
 I hope this is the last one of these ,,,,but somehow I doubt it.

1 comment:

  1. "Our rules don't apply to us." - 21st Century GOP motto.

    Seriously, do GOP voters not know how to use the Google....or a mirror?