Wednesday, January 15, 2020


She is reputedly laying the charges against that monster right now. I was looking for another clip of the same show but if this does not perfectly portray the democrats in action against President Trump I don't know what does.

The one I was going for at first is this one of course.

[Don Cervantes]
May I set the stage? I shall impersonate a man
Come, enter into my imagination and see him!
His name... Alonso Quijana... a country squire
No longer young... bony, hollow-faced... eyes
That burn with the fire of inner vision. Being
Retired, he has much time for books. He studies
Them from morn to night and often through the
Night as well. And all he reads oppresses him...
Fills him with indignation at man's murderous
Ways toward man. And he conceives the strangest
Project ever imagined... to become a knight-errant
And sally forth into the world to right all
Wrongs. No longer shall he be plain Alonso Quijana...
But a dauntless knight known as -
Don Quixote de La Mancha!

Substitute "a democrat" for Don Cervantes and Trump for Alonso Quijana and use your imagination.

There used to be a very good u-tube video of that clip but I can't find it today.

Bring on the Inquisitors of the Senate!!!! It will be entertaining in the vein of


SCOTTtheBADGER said...

I am I, Don Quixote, the Lord of La Mancha, my destiny calls and I go!

capt fast said...

I am concerned with the deep state actors holding over certain senators heads that which they do not wish to be public. People in power who get their power by deceitful means and hide their true face behind a mask of respectability will do what they think is necessary to maintain the facade and retain the power. As a realist, I admit there are many people in elected office with that mask constantly between the voter and those seeking power. I feel that this is the time we will see who is hiding behind a mask and who is what they say they are.

capt fast said...

perhaps I should change my screen name to Capt Obvious? Nah.

HMS Defiant said...


Ever wonder about the original "Punch"? The way the first democracy used to poke cruel fun at the demos as they paraded their foibles, follies and errors to the public? Perhaps that was the genesis of the cult of vulture news. If we can laugh at them we don't take them so seriously however vile they may be.
That worked well with Hitler....not.
or Barack.....not.

We should probably pay attention now. The game is afoot.