Monday, December 18, 2017

Midnight Meme Of The Day!

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-by Noah

While watching MSNBC last Tuesday afternoon, I caught a glimpse of Republoperv Roy Moore riding his horse to vote. The horse's name is Sassy and it was plain that Moore was having trouble controlling her. Sassy clearly had thoughts of throwing Roy Moore off her back. Who wouldn't?

Horses are among the most intelligent and expressive creatures on Earth, and it's not just about body language. One look at Sassy's mouth and eyes and anyone with any sensitivity can see that Sassy is one very unhappy horse. When a horse is happy and likes and respects its rider, horse and rider are as one; just look at film of any Kentucky Derby or a seasoned cowboy moving a heard of cattle with a horse. Watching Moore and his horse was painful. I kept rooting for Sassy to toss Moore to the ground. Alas, it didn't happen but something just as good did happen that day.

Please say a prayer for Sassy. You might even want to send some money to an animal rights and welfare charity in Sassy's name. It would be a wonderful Christmas Miracle if Sassy got more contributions than Moore got votes.

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8 Comments:

At 12:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Considering how Jones is turning into a DINO-Whig with his announcement that Trump's sexual predations shouldn't matter ('People Had An Opportunity To Judge That Before The Election’), I'm already having buyer's remorse - and I live in CA. All AL did was elect another GOP vote - and I won't be surprised to see Jones switch sides.

 
At 3:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I kept rooting for Sassy to toss Moore to the ground." And kick him in the head.

To Anon 12:57, do you think you might let him get sworn in before you impeach him? Seriously, with all the POLICY problems Trump creates, pussy-grabbing presents one of our smallest problems.

 
At 4:39 AM, Anonymous Hone said...

Yes, why Jones had to comment about Trump and getting past his predatory behavior is already an ominous sign. It was totally unnecessary for him to come out and say this so you wonder why he did. Probably an attempt to "reach out to the other side" as he has said he would do - the side that has become representative of evil.

With horses, their ears are key. When they are pressed back, like Sassy's in the photo, it means she is unhappy, fearful or agitated. When taking photos of horses, one aims to get their ears pricked forward.

 
At 6:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:21

You have obviously forgotten another "democrat" who immediately upon election took a hard right turn: Obamanation (as he is correctly called out by another commenter). Do you not understand that wise people recognize that they are being played by the time the second attempt to do so happens?

 
At 12:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To all above: Remember who chose jones? Did you not read the assessment in this very blog not a week ago that oversold him as "milquetoast" (my word)?

Of fucking course he's going to serve the money faithfully and religiously. That's why he was recruited. He's going to be way up the list to get Pelosi graft. And he'll eagerly "take".

jones has already made his first payment by mush-mouthing trump's sexual predation. See how this works now... do you?

6:51, ty. But you said "democrat" instead of democrap. It carries more truth and clout that way.

 
At 2:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

American politics has always been lousy with image fakery to fool the fools into thinking a candidate is tougher than he is.

Reagan chopping wood? bush clearing brush and strutting in full codpiece on a carrier? Dukakis in a tank? Kerry "reporting for duty"? $hillbillary getting out of a car without falling? trump on an escalator? Everybody swinging a driver?
It does not take an expert on horses nor horsemanship to see this guy is a total poser. I wonder why they didn't get him a brahma bull to ride like Mongo. Just as realistic.

Honesty in politics? Not in America.

 
At 2:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jones is right, voters had a choice to weigh in and they rejected Trump by over 3 million votes. The problem is our Democracy no longer exist. The people are fighting against a stacked-corrupt deck. How long?

 
At 3:29 PM, Blogger Erik Lindgren said...

I live on a horse farm with 6 well-loved critters Your assessment is spot-on about horses being super sensitive and intelligent creatures. By the photo, Moore has no friggin' idea how to ride, and he should't be allowed to torment that poor critter.

 

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