Al Gore, birthing persons, climate change, Donald Trump, electric vehicles, everything is infrastructure, FBI, hairdo violations, inflation, Jennifer Granholm, Jill Biden, John Nance Garner, Kamala Harris, Legos, Pete Buttigieg, Rainbow Dildo Butt Monkey, rural Americans, SI Trans, TX fleebaggers
Just one question: who do these dimwits think their readers are?
During my police days, we used to joke about the kinds of clothing people wore to the Sturgis Bike Rally. We thought it would be grand if we could arrest people for fashion violations. Graves’ hair would have been a felony.
A New Yorker ventured forth on a sociological safari to study the bizarre and puzzling midwestern animals in their native habitat. Where did he go? Detroit and Chicago.
I know what you’re thinking, gentle readers: what about the existential threat of climate change?
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Wednesday on ABC’s ‘The View’ that the debate over whether climate change is real needs to stop because it was ‘happening’ and ‘incredibly dangerous.’
Co-host Joy Behar said, ‘I’m going to throw my question out and ask you, what about climate change? What are we doing about this? This is, to me, the most urgent question of the decade, of the century maybe. Look at these people in the northwest of this country, 115 degrees in part of Canada. I mean, what is going on with that? Are you guys going to fix that or at least contribute to fixing it?’
Buttigieg said, ‘I used to think of climate change as a future issue, doing right by future generations and what’s it going to be like in 2050. I still think about it, but this story is one more example of what is going on right now in 2021. There’s no time to argue about whether it’s real. It’s happening, and it’s incredibly dangerous.’
He continued, ‘The East Coast and the West Coast, these temperatures in the Pacific Northwest are unheard of. By the way, transportation infrastructure is starting to fail. There are highways buckling, transit systems unavailable, cables melting. It’s not supposed to be this hot in the Pacific Northwest ever, and yet here we are.’
Yeah, it’s never hot on the coasts. “Cables melting?” I thought CA’s highway problems were because they refuse to build new roads and won’t fix old ones. Anyway, Gay Pete is surely right: science is all about acting without asking questions because if you did—you know—science, it would be too late. This is why everyone has to buy electric vehicles right away. There’s no time to argue about it:
Even the Department of Energy agrees, and as we all know, unelected bureaucrats know best:
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm suggested that climate change could have played a role in the deadly collapse of a Florida condo tower — and was ripped by experts and online critics alike for the ‘ghoulish’ opinion.
This must be the fault of climate change too:
And no, we’re not done with Pete quite yet:
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Tuesday his department views everything through an ‘equity’ lens and “every” transportation decision is about ‘justice.’
Buttigieg was in Syracuse, New York, to tout an infrastructure package at I-81, where planners intend to ‘replace the I-81 viaduct with a grid of ground-level streets and reroute high-speed traffic to I-481.’
‘Jobs, safety, prosperity, racial justice cannot be separated from transportation,’ Buttigieg said during a news conference, according to NNY360. ‘That’s part of why we’re here. Every decision about transportation is necessarily a decision about justice.’
Wait a minute: everything is now justice? I thought everything was infrastructure? And in the “don’t know much about i-ro-ny” department:
Wait another minute. Wasn’t he the guy, with all his D/S/C friends, who are claiming even today he really won the election? Don’t know much about i-ro-ny department 2:
What’s wrong with that?
Is Kamala Harris’ job too hard? Should the Biden administration, or as they like to call it, the Biden Harris administration, be giving Harris’ easier tasks to manage? According to Ezra Klein of The New York Times, the answer is yes. These problems Harris’ has been asked to handle, from root causes of immigration and the border to police reform, voting rights, and vaccine hesitancy just aren’t setting Harris’ up for success, posits Klein.
Well, John Nance Garner said “The vice presidency isn’t worth a bucket of warm piss.” Kamala, who isn’t sure how to pronounce her first name, is proving she’s not up to even that standard. And so is the State Department:
The State Department announced on Wednesday that it will allow passport applicants to choose any sex they prefer, even without medical documentation and if the gender selected does not match an individual’s other forms of identification.
‘U.S. passport applicants will now be able to select the gender they would like printed on their U.S. passports, even if the gender they select does not match the gender on their supporting documentation such as a birth certificate, previous passport, or state ID,’ the State Department informed Congress on Tuesday night, before publicly announcing the policy change Wednesday. ‘The Department of State will no longer require medical certification to change the gender marker on U.S. passports.
How about the gender of Rainbow Dildo Butt Monkey?
This is what I like so much about the Biden Administration: all the healing:
In all my years of police work, this somehow never occurred to me. If it had, there would be no crime for millennia to come:
This is already old news, but the level of stupid is instructive:
So let me see if I understand this: when you’re in the minority and don’t have the votes to stop a bill via the legitimate legislative process, you “run away,” “run away,” and that’s bravery and democracy?
Uh, I thought the bad thing about inflation is the money isn’t worth much anymore, so getting a bigger paycheck really isn’t a good thing…
I want to see video of the first non-female “birthing person” actually giving birth…
Parents will have new, gender-neutral options for identifying themselves on a child’s birth certificate in Wisconsin starting July 1, Governor Tony Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced Monday.
Starting July 1, birth forms will also begin using ‘parent giving birth’ as opposed to the term mother. This is a move backed by the Biden administration, who also prefers the term ‘birthing person’ to mother.
They can use the screams for a horror movie soundtrack. NO. Next question?
Don’t know much about i-ro-ny department 3:
Well, I live in the part of Wyoming known as the “high desert,” so the 104° temperature today is something we’re all used to up here. We adjust to it by use of a marvelous bit of science known as “air conditioning.”
On Thursday, White House national climate advisor Gina McCarthy addressed the recent wave of what she described as ‘extreme heat’ seen across the United States.
According to McCarthy, the uptick in heat is the ‘new norm.’ She went on to emphasize how viewers should ‘get used to the fact that climate change is real’ and learn to adjust to it.
This is known to sane people as “weather.” Speaking of not sane people:
What would it mean if they had a Mr. Potato Head? Barbie and Ken? Would Monopoly indicate a plot against the Federal Reserve?
Well, if they did, it would certainly be evidence of insurrection against the Empire. Thank goodness for the FBI!
Just in case you think people who write scruffy little blogs like this are immune from stupid, this is the sort of thing I find daily, thankfully caught in my spam filter:
Too stupid to survive. Here’s a little glimpse of hope in these stupid times:
Phil Strawn said:
Good one Mike. How about something on the Wokelympics?
Mike McDaniel said:
Dear Phil Strawn:
You’re welcome, and be sure to check out this week’s upcoming Sunday Funnies for that.
The perfectly sound writer and observer, Anthony Trollope, did much the same – hitting cities – when he tried to get as close to the prairies as he could to report on conditions. I think he managed to get as far as Milwaukee. To be fair, this was in the 1860s, and hostilities had disrupted communications even quite far from the theatres of war (he reported on that, too).
Voice in the Wilderness said:
To answer your question, “Not me!”