Or . . .
In my personal experience, gov’t workers are seagulls.
They fly in from the coast, dump on everything, then fly back home, and call it “help”.
Don’t feed the troll, Brit . . .
Aye. A regular Caligula . . .
Actually no, but now I have.
D’ya think Kayleigh is the new, improved “Satan Doll” from Steve Allen’s playbook?
Interesting, RT, but I use aluminium foil for enhanced reception. ;-)
" . . . He does need worshipers . . ."
. . . and MONEY . . . he needs MONEY . . . LOTS and LOTS of MONEY!!!
for his – uh – I know – his legal defense fund! Yeah! That’s it! His legal defense fund!
. . . and Satan doesn’t exist either.
Our landscapers come on Friday – I’ll ask Jesus if he approves RAGS’ comment then, and report back.
" . . . Unless he’s just jumping off the sinking ship . . ."
. . . to keep from being thrown under the bus.
Don’tcha just LOVE transportation-oriented metaphors for these clowns?
" . . . No one has ever been prohibited from saying “MERRY CHRISTMAS” or whatever other holiday(s) they celebrate on their own time . . . "
’Kinda reminds me of the FAKE European Union “edicts” that so incensed the British public – and led to Brexit.
Such silliness as the edict that claimed that British bananas were too curvy to be called bananas (likewise cucumbers!) – or that the EU made it illegal to eat “pet” horses, or that drinking water does not have an effect on dehydration, or that diabetics were unfit to drive.
These “edicts” were reported over and over by the Rupert Murdoch “news” media outlets, and were picked up by others as real. And political party hacks jumped on the bandwagon and enlarged the LIE. Say it over and over and people tend to believe it.
But they were FAKE. FAKE NEWS (Sound familiar)?
Yes, the British version of Fox “news” led the British people to reject the EU and led to Brexit – which is not IMHO beneficial to (ahem) what’s left of the United Kingdom – or the EU, come to that . . .