Driving the Dirty Dems Crazy

Posted on March 3, 2017 by Robert Ringer


What Donald Trump did last Tuesday was nothing less than inhumane. Every time the Dirty Dems believe they are finally on the path to destroying him, they hear that familiar Beep! Beep! Tuesday evening the Beep! Beep! must have been deafening to the grief-stricken, Radical Left hate mongers whose uncontrollable anger has become downright embarrassing.

It wasn’t just that Trump — totally expectedly — delivered an Abraham Lincoln-like speech to Congress and tens of millions of Americans. What’s worse is that he pilfered most of the Dirty Dems’ meat-and-potatoes issues and made them his own.

It was a bit too much for the malevolent folks in the Crazycratic Party. Granny Pelosi looked like she was nervously moving her dentures around with her tongue, soulmates Debbie WS and commie Ellison looked like they were at a funeral (in reality, they were), Pocahontas was in full lunatic mode, and, of course, Chuckie Schumer was on the verge of tears.

It was very similar to the night of Horrible Hillary’s victory party that wasn’t. The anti-American Dirty Dems were prepared for a hell-raising evening, one that would put Donald Trump’s nastiness and stupidity on display for all to see. They even brought along a Mideast refugee just to rub it in.

But, alas, it was not to be. Instead, millions of viewers who had already rejected the party of the Klan at the polls in the last election had their worst suspicions reinforced. The Dirty Dems were disrobed as naughty children who spend their time throwing tantrums rather than doing the work of their constituent-bosses.

Now, after their latest humiliation, you can be sure that members of the Radical Left are retooling for their next mud-wrestling event, confident that next time they’ll nail Road Runner for sure. They obviously believe that all they need to do is keep yelling and screaming about diversionary issues that have nothing whatsoever to do with putting higher wages in the pockets of the electorate, and voters will be so impressed that they’ll cast their ballots for Democrats the next time around.

Take the billionaire-cabinet diversionary issue, for example. Aside from the fact that Wilbur Ross and Betsy DeVos are the only two billionaires in the cabinet (or are there three?), the more important point is that having wealthy people in high cabinet posts is not a bad thing. On the contrary, it’s a very good thing. It’s one of the reasons Trump was elected in the first place. Obviously, wealthy people know how to succeed, and they can use their expertise to the benefit of America.

So I say, the more billionaires, the better. I don’t want run-of-the-mill people making life-and-death decisions for America. And the nice thing is that wealthy people aren’t as likely to use their positions to enrich themselves by selling secrets and influence to foreign governments and getting kickbacks in the form of astronomical speaking fees or contributions to their personal “foundations” … if you get my drift.

The Dirty Dems, of course, prefer academicians, young political activists, and inexperienced, low-information radicals on the front lines. How fondly I remember stories about pizza parties in the Clinton White House. Yep, pizza and oral sex delivered right to the Oval Office.

But I digress. If the Dirty Dems keep up their petulant, childish behavior, they may actually succeed in falling to third-party status behind the Libertarian Party. Don’t laugh …. stranger things have happened.

In the meantime, Trump had better keep an eye on his more dangerous enemies … names like McCain, Graham, Chaffetz, Rubio, Collins, and Murkowski come to mind. And, just to be on the safe side, he’d be wise to play it close to the vest with Prom King Ryan, because if the heat in the kitchen gets too high, I wouldn’t want to count on him having my back.

On the other hand, Mr. President, if you’d like to give yourself some insurance, think about inviting Joe Manchin inside the GOP tent, because he’s a guy you can count on for support when things get tough. And you can count on things getting very tough as you continue your historic journey.

Robert Ringer

+Robert Ringer is an American icon whose unique insights into life have helped millions of readers worldwide. He is also the author of two New York Times #1 bestselling books, both of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time.

27 responses to “Driving the Dirty Dems Crazy”

  1. Michael says:

    I agree with your enemy list, but a little stumped that Chaffetz is on it. Can you enlighten me?


    • Ronald West says:

      Yes, what is wrong with Chaffetz? He strikes me as very Dumocrap unfriendly, with all of his very inconvenient and pointy questions that make his victims squirm and feel a very sharp pain, as he slides it in without lube. My favorite question he asked was: "where did $9 trillion dollars disappear to", when he was grilling the Federal Reserve watchdog, who apparently thinks that such a question can be deflected with impunity and that the listeners are stupid enough to fall for the old trick of playing the duck. I think you made a mistake here Robert. Chaffetz is okay.

  2. Joan Ferrante says:

    All I can say is!!! These Dumborats are insane!!! How could anyone want to put a corrupt person in the W/H ? We just voted one out!!!!!

  3. kauai_mike says:

    Not only will Trump defeat these obstacles. He'll enjoy doing it. 😉

  4. Scott theczech says:

    I believe you are correct in assessing that the Democrats are on a path to third party status. If this behavior continues, and I hope it does, they are on track to lose up to 18 seats in the House and 2 or 3 in the Senate in 2018. The problem of course, is that there are so many people who directly and indirectly benefit from Democrat policies and behavior.

    • Daniel says:

      "…third party status." …only if a majority of Democrats become aware of how they have been misinformed and manipulated by nefarious radical left-wing zealots. I am reminded of a local judge (retired), with whom I do volunteer service in our community, who, when I asked if he thought it's right that productive citizens ought to be compelled at the point of a gun and under threat of seizure and incarceration to support able-bodied non-producers, he glibly replied, "Absolutely!", then fell silent and said no more as he seemed to consider the absurdity of his reply. It struck me in that moment, as it does now, that leftists, progressives, socialists, et al among us are so immersed in irrational perspectives – fed in daily doses over the course of years by MSM pseudo-news – they cannot think objectively when questioned about their beliefs. It's so sad because, as with so many others of similar mind, he's a very bright and likable man for whom I have great affection and admiration.

    • Andrew John says:

      I remember when Rush said the same after the 2004 elections. Amazingly it took George Bush to bail them out by outspending them to the tune of $4 trillion!!!

      Bush!!!! what shyster RINO he turned out to be….

    • Woody Garvey says:

      Two more factors in the DD suicide. First, it's almost 4 months after the elections and they don't have a clue. Russians? Really? Second, do they have anyone with charisma under the age of 70? I never thought I'd see it but the Libertarians have more attractive young potential candidates.

  5. Jean says:

    One other point about having billionaires – or at least highly successful private sector people – in elected office is that they tend to be results oriented. They set goals and timelines, analyze results and don't double down on failures.They are willing to change directions in order to get the results they want. Professional politicians, on the other hand, love to design programs, hire a lot of staff to implement the processes and then let things ride. If the program has unintended consequences (e.g. Obamacare caused more people to lose health insurance coverage than it caused to be newly insured, and Great Society welfare benefits have increased the percentage of the population living in poverty), the pols scream the program has failed because not enough money was spent on it. Every working class American knows that you don't throw good money after bad – you cut your losses and do something else. So we elected one of us, instead of the eggheads who imagine that if you spend 150,000 on a Yugo it will turn it into a Rolls Royce.

  6. Paul Anthony says:

    If there is still any doubt about the out-of-touch Dems, watch the official rebuttal that followed Trump's speech. Of course, it was written in advance. It was a direct attack on what they thought Trump would say, but was completely removed from the reality of what he actually said.

    Once again, the Dem's proved they have no idea what's going on. Priceless!

  7. RealitySeeker says:

    "I wouldn’t want to count on him [ Eddie Munster] having my back."

    No, I'd rather think that Eddie would take a bite out of President Trump's back the first chance he gets……

    Moreover, in the shadows lurks Obama. The community organizer is busy organizing a Marxist insurgency…

    The MSM is very busy, too. Busy pumping out fake news and Orwellian propaganda.

    Meanwhile, 1929 is echoing from the past. When history finally repeats, the ignorant masses will be chanting, " You! Made! America! A! Great! Depression! Again!!!

    Things are going to get very nasty.

    Buy gold. Buy silver. Buy gunpowder. And have faith…..

    • Woody Garvey says:

      In an apocalypse gold and silver will not help. Bullets and explosives could turn against you. People will be desperate, depressed, and afraid. The best trading item will be booze. Build your wine celler. Seriously.

    • Woody Garvey says:

      You raise an important issue regarding the markets and the DD reaction to the inevitable bust. The Regime should be taking steps to defuse the danger.

      As I see it the market run-up is due to the retail investors' anticipating any and all possible improvements over the next four years. That doesn't leave much room on the upside and downward emotion could become extreme. Note that the "Big Boys" have been lightening up selling stocks to Mr. and Mrs America.

      Also, when interest rates go up a lot of the buyback programs which have supported the market will go bye-bye.

      All of this suggests that the WH should not be so smiley about the market advance.

  8. "Keep your friends close and your (real) enemies closer." Michael Corleone

  9. larajf says:

    As I was reading this, Sinatra came on my headphones…..One for my baby, and one more for the road.
    So long, Demo-rats. You should have died out after the Civil War with your power mongering and trying to force people to live their lives your way.

  10. CALARISTOS says:

    Schultz and Ellison sulking in their seats while the entire Congress was on its feet applauding the widow of Navy Seal Owens is an image that will kill the DEM mafia. The most moving event in Presidential addresses to Congress ever.

  11. Troy says:

    Road Runner. Never loses!
    I love it!

  12. Rocketman says:

    Excellent article and your correct Robert. The democrat party, if it doesn't change it's hard core left wing stances is going to become the third party and the Libertarians will be number 2. The problem is that anytime someone in the democrat party comes along like Jim Webb who in my opinion could have actually have beaten Trump had he been the nominee instead of Horrible Hillary the party leaders totally rejects them. That guarantees that nothing will change for the better for them until it is too late and they have lost their base. The ONLY CHANCE that the democrats have to keep any of their power at all is if the country breaks up and the liberal northeast becomes it's own country.

    • Robert Ringer RJR says:

      I agree that Jim Webb might have beaten Trump. But the Dems would never allow Webb, Manchin, or anyone else who isn't an angry, ignorant hate monger to run.

  13. The_RatDog says:

    Robert, I'd be interested in your take on the Sessions fiasco. Is his action a defeat or a feint for the Trump agenda? Or is this the subject of next week's column? — gs

  14. Mel Page says:

    Good job Robert and also to our President, he was great.

  15. Paul says:

    We are a 1party system, the Demopublicans, Trump has is hands full. I'm cautiously optimistic, but the Demopublicans will not go quietly. Buy guns, gold and canned goods.

  16. edda says:

    Well, counting on support from Sen. Manchin is a good thing….and your perception at the end of this fine essay lays a fine line for consideration. Still, and always, the 'dirty dems' continue to enjoy the MSM's steady power. And that super power – tied in with social media fanaticism – parading in front of the 'dirty dems' strange bedfellows of 1%ers and boobus americanus – threatens more and more.

  17. TN Ray says:

    I do wish Sen Manchin would switch parties. It would make a huge statement. Unless and untill he does I will assume he is still a dirty politician. And yes there are a good number of dirty politicians in the Republican Party. McCain is obviously, and the others you named. Untill an honest Democrat (oxymoron?) switches parties I think the situation only gets worse. If one honest Democrat could be found it might encourage a few others to come clean and begin to work on solving problems honestly. Someone from the 50's or 60's waking up from a coma wouldn't even recognize the slime in Washington today …. Especially the corruption of the media.

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