“Make America Great Again” the Low Outputs Say.

It’s Hard to Make America More Great When Trump Supporters Don’t Do Shit

Brookings Institute finds Trump supporters are the lowest output workers, BY FAR, in the country.  And don’t ask about their IQ’s.

screenshot-www-google-com-2017-02-05-17-11-21This is funny, but sadly it’s not a joke.

The Brookings Institute found Trump Supporters are the GDP dregs.

“The less-than-500 counties that Hillary Clinton carried nationwide encompassed a massive 64 percent of America’s economic activity as measured by total output in 2015.  By contrast, the more-than-2,600 counties that Donald Trump won generated just 36 percent of the country’s output—just a little more than one-third of the nation’s economic activity.”

I realized a few months before the election that Trump would win.  It hit me while I was arguing that Trump would never win, and my reasoning was that Americans could never be so stupid as to vote for this clown.  That was my “OH SHIT” moment, I knew we were fucked right then.


Palin “Blew Off” Gwen Ifill

I’m glad to see Ifill admit that Palin blew off many of the questions (let’s face it, Palin can’t answer them – she’s the new GW Bush).

In a “Meet the Press” interview, Ifill describes being blown off.  Interestingly, the mainstream media is now paying attention to Saturday Night Live skits as political commentary.  SNL has done such a great job capturing Palin’s pathetic vacancy.

5 weeks?

I don’t typically write about politics, but tonight I will.

I watched the election.

Both sides are catering to the middle.  Both agree that they are against same sex marriage (which can win or lose an election,
Democrats neutralized this issue by agreeing with Repulicans).

The big issue for me is the “5 weeks” comment.

Palin was stupid enough to admit she can’t answer a question because of only being in the game for 5 weeks.

Not a strong answer.

Why didn’t Biden jump all over her for this?

Long story short – either party will be a big improvement over Bush.  Both have learned from the enormous mistakes of Bush.