Saturday, January 06, 2018


This is being described as evidence of a meltdown, but I think it's just Trump at his baseline level of stability and composure -- he's always like this, and always has been. That's an terrible problem for America and the world, but I don't think it's a worse problem than it was three days ago or a year ago.
President Donald Trump slammed reports questioning his mental stability in a series of tweets Saturday morning, writing he's a "very stable genius." ...

We probably should be marching in the streets to demand the removal from office of this emotional train wreck, but the House and Senate will be Republican until next January, so no change is possible. Therefore, all we can do is grumble, laugh...

.. and write Gilbert and Sullivan patter songs, an idea that occurred to a lot of us this morning.

I guess we'll be singing variations of this in our fallout shelters when the bombs drop.


And on the subject of whether this is a sign of escalating madness, I'd say it's an escalation, but not of madness. This seems relevant:

Unpresidential behavior, too.

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