Our National Nightmare is Over

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Think it’s got a chance? It’ll take a miracle.

8 comments… add one
  • PD Shaw Link

    Born on the fourth, paperwork being signed on the sixth and seventh? Where is the missing 48 hours?

  • Hawaiian time.

  • Maxwell James Link

    If my experience of politics has taught me anything, it’s that people believe what they want to believe.

  • August 4th was a Friday. Not surprising official paperwork wouldn’t be processed and signed until the following Monday and Tuesday.

  • steve Link

    Clearly forged.


  • michael reynolds Link

    A man sees what he wants to see,
    and disregards the rest.

    Hmmm. Maybe if I wrote a tune to go with that …

  • Dangit, Michael, that song has been stuck in my head all day.

  • Icepick Link

    It’s not our national nightmare – it’s our national distraction. And it has gone on about as long as the Watergate scandal, too, and been almost as much fun. The whole thing has been a joke, and in the spirit of the time it has been a terrible joke. The punch line was The Donald talking about how proud he was that Obama had to release the document. Pathetic.

    The true national nightmare is the thought of Donald Trump and his ridiculous hair living in the White House. (What, Blaggo isn’t available?) Maybe he’ll try subdividing the lawn like he wanted to do in South Florida. He can make Cabinet appointments via “The Apprentice” – maybe he can even sell it as PPV for the wonks that would care. Sweet Jeebus, can’t we get Michael Scott to run instead of Trump? Where’s Pete Bondurant when you need him?

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