11:19:41 pm on
Wednesday 14 Nov 2018

Horseface
Matt Seinberg

This past week, US District Court Judge S. James Otero threw out a lawsuit filed by Stormy Daniels. She’s a porn actor and stripper, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford. She claimed Donald Trump defamed her. Later the same day, Trump referred to Daniels as “Horseface,” on Twitter; elsewhere on social media, he was characterised as the behind of a horse.


President 45 is the behind of a horse and less.

A more accurate description, of President Trump, is not possible. He embarrasses America more than has any politician in recent history. Even Richard Nixon, with his Watergate antics, is mild compared to the stupidity and arrogance of this president.

Stormy Daniels called him "tiny" in regards to his penis, which she intimately knows, also referring to it as a mushroom. As an A-list porn actor, Daniels has seen more male parts than has the typical woman. If she smirks and calls him tiny mushroom, who can disagree?

Right now, our president has twenty-two alleged sexual assault charges laid against him, which date from the 1970s through 2013. Naturally, he has denied all the allegations and has not made good on his promise to sue any of those women. One woman sued him for defamation after he called his accusers liars.

I don't understand how our government runs under the direction of person that the majority of the country no longer trusts, if it ever did. Do even his red state red necks believe anything he says anymore? Despite Trump's denials, 50% of voters, 59% of women and 41% of men, surveyed in a Quinnipiac poll released on 19 December 2017, said the president should resign because of those allegations. When Jimmy Carter admitted, in a Playboy Magazine interview, that he "lusted in his heart," there was an outcry. Why is this deviant, arrogant and megalomaniacal man still in office?


The 2018 mid-term elections.

With any luck, in the upcoming November 2018 mid-term elections, Democratic voters will turn out in force. They will elect their candidates, who can take over Congress and undo at least some of the legislation the Republicans have shoved down our throats. Let’s hope.

The first thing that needs fixing is the new tax law, which favours the wealthy and screws the ever-shrinking middle class. Why should the rich pay fewer taxes when they have the most money? Where is the logic in that?

Now, the Republicans are threatening to defund Social Security and Medicare qua Medicaid. We have paid into this system for our entire adult lives and the GOP claim it's an entailment; it’s forgone wages. These old geezers, in the GOP, are so blind to the needs of the common person it's not funny. What political action committee (PAC) is behind them, trying to get this done?

Where is the American Association of Retired People (AARP) as this is happening? What is the AARP doing to derail this action? If the Democrats don't fight tooth and nail to win every House and Senate seat they can, this country is doomed to another two years, at least, of Republicans killing this country.

Unfortunately, the common person pays the penalty for this Republican controlled government. I said, in a previous column, term limits on Congress would keep that under control. No one person should be able to serve for more than eight years.

Incumbents get too complacent and fat feeding off the lobbyists and PACs. If term limits came into effect, all the fat and waste in Congress would disappear faster than the hand of the presidents under the skirt of some woman on an aeroplane.


Go vote in November.

Vote blue if you want to take our country back. Vote red if you, too, are an ignorant deviant that believes women have no rights, that the rich should get richer and everyone else doesn't count, including you.

Matt Seinberg lives on Long Island, a few minutes east of New York City. He looks at everything around him and notices much. Somewhat less cynical than dyed in the wool New Yorkers, Seinberg believes those who don't see what he does like reading about what he sees and what it means to him. Seinberg columns revel in the silly little things of life and laughter as well as much well-directed anger at inept, foolish public officials. Mostly, Seinberg writes for those who laugh easily at their own foibles as well as those of others.

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