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26 Re: Spice Out on 7/22/2017, 2:51 am

othershoe1030 wrote:Poor Spicer. Everyone says he is a great guy.

Oh, pul-eeze! Spicer was NOT a "great guy". He was the worst kind of spineless stooge so common in the halls of power. From the very first day he lied egregiously in defense of his master--remember that business about Trump's crowd size? What kind of "great guy" does that?

Even now he's still sucking up, saying that the President didn't want him to resign. In other words, he's going to continue kissing the expansive ass of Donald J. Trump on TV. He's as completely unprincipled and morally lost as his former boss. I hope he dies a painful, lingering death from some horrible wasting disease.

The only sad thing about his absence will be, as was noted earlier, the loss of material for Melissa McCarthy.

There's a great article in Politico about him.

The White House attracts all manner of toadies, suckups and flatterers seeking the president's favor, but never did any staffer demean, degrade and humble himself to the chief executive the way outgoing press secretary Sean Spicer did. Abandoning the arts of both persuasion and elision that have served previous prevaricating press secretaries so well, Spicer flung barb-tongued lies in the service of President Donald Trump.

Reviewing Spicer’s tenure as press secretary, we find no Trump transgression so foul that Spicer would not grovel before it. When Trump praised North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and invited thuggish Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to the White House, Spicer dispensed sympathy and understanding upon the despots. No Trump mistake was too mundane for him to correct: He insisted that the word “covfefe,” which appeared in a late-night Trump tweet, wasn’t a typo. When Trump alluded to secret Trump-Comey audio recordings, Spicer dodged all questions about their existence. After the president claimed Obama had tapped his phones at Trump Tower, Spicer created a diplomatic incident by falsely accusing British intelligence of doing the snooping.

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/07/21/should-you-feel-sorry-for-sean-spicer-215406

Note the sly reference to Vonnegut in the italicized bit at the end of the article. Foma, indeed.

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27 Re: Spice Out on 7/22/2017, 9:57 am

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othershoe1030 wrote:Poor Spicer. Everyone says he is a great guy.

Oh, pul-eeze! Spicer was NOT a "great guy". He was the worst kind of spineless stooge so common in the halls of power. From the very first day he lied egregiously in defense of his master--remember that business about Trump's crowd size? What kind of "great guy" does that?

Even now he's still sucking up, saying that the President didn't want him to resign. In other words, he's going to continue kissing the expansive ass of Donald J. Trump on TV. He's as completely unprincipled and morally lost as his former boss. I hope he dies a painful, lingering death from some horrible wasting disease.

The only sad thing about his absence will be, as was noted earlier, the loss of material for Melissa McCarthy.

There's a great article in Politico about him.

The White House attracts all manner of toadies, suckups and flatterers seeking the president's favor, but never did any staffer demean, degrade and humble himself to the chief executive the way outgoing press secretary Sean Spicer did. Abandoning the arts of both persuasion and elision that have served previous prevaricating press secretaries so well, Spicer flung barb-tongued lies in the service of President Donald Trump.

Reviewing Spicer’s tenure as press secretary, we find no Trump transgression so foul that Spicer would not grovel before it. When Trump praised North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and invited thuggish Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to the White House, Spicer dispensed sympathy and understanding upon the despots. No Trump mistake was too mundane for him to correct: He insisted that the word “covfefe,” which appeared in a late-night Trump tweet, wasn’t a typo. When Trump alluded to secret Trump-Comey audio recordings, Spicer dodged all questions about their existence. After the president claimed Obama had tapped his phones at Trump Tower, Spicer created a diplomatic incident by falsely accusing British intelligence of doing the snooping.

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/07/21/should-you-feel-sorry-for-sean-spicer-215406

Note the sly reference to Vonnegut in the italicized bit at the end of the article. Foma, indeed.

I agree with everything in this article. Trump is a class A toad. No one with any sense of reality could do the job of WH press secretary with any semblance of integrity. That being said I'll say that other talking heads commented on Sean the person and said they had enjoyed working with him under other circumstances giving the impression that he was a nice guy in an impossible situation.

Now we have Sarah Huckabee, good grief.

The new slick Wall Street guy, "the mooch" is an absolute abomination. He's lying about 45's exceptional skills as a politician, says he has good Karma, etc. oh please. Here we go again, or still. But what else can we expect at this point? He fits right in to the alternate facts crowd.

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28 Re: Spice Out on 7/22/2017, 10:18 am

othershoe1030 wrote:
del.capslock wrote:
othershoe1030 wrote:Poor Spicer. Everyone says he is a great guy.

Oh, pul-eeze! Spicer was NOT a "great guy". He was the worst kind of spineless stooge so common in the halls of power. From the very first day he lied egregiously in defense of his master--remember that business about Trump's crowd size? What kind of "great guy" does that?

Even now he's still sucking up, saying that the President didn't want him to resign. In other words, he's going to continue kissing the expansive ass of Donald J. Trump on TV. He's as completely unprincipled and morally lost as his former boss. I hope he dies a painful, lingering death from some horrible wasting disease.

The only sad thing about his absence will be, as was noted earlier, the loss of material for Melissa McCarthy.

There's a great article in Politico about him.

The White House attracts all manner of toadies, suckups and flatterers seeking the president's favor, but never did any staffer demean, degrade and humble himself to the chief executive the way outgoing press secretary Sean Spicer did. Abandoning the arts of both persuasion and elision that have served previous prevaricating press secretaries so well, Spicer flung barb-tongued lies in the service of President Donald Trump.

Reviewing Spicer’s tenure as press secretary, we find no Trump transgression so foul that Spicer would not grovel before it. When Trump praised North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and invited thuggish Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to the White House, Spicer dispensed sympathy and understanding upon the despots. No Trump mistake was too mundane for him to correct: He insisted that the word “covfefe,” which appeared in a late-night Trump tweet, wasn’t a typo. When Trump alluded to secret Trump-Comey audio recordings, Spicer dodged all questions about their existence. After the president claimed Obama had tapped his phones at Trump Tower, Spicer created a diplomatic incident by falsely accusing British intelligence of doing the snooping.

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/07/21/should-you-feel-sorry-for-sean-spicer-215406

Note the sly reference to Vonnegut in the italicized bit at the end of the article. Foma, indeed.

I agree with everything in this article. Trump is a class A toad. No one with any sense of reality could do the job of WH press secretary with any semblance of integrity. That being said I'll say that other talking heads commented on Sean the person and said they had enjoyed working with him under other circumstances giving the impression that he was a nice guy in an impossible situation.

Now we have Sarah Huckabee, good grief.

The new slick Wall Street guy, "the mooch" is an absolute abomination. He's lying about 45's exceptional skills as a politician, says he has good Karma, etc. oh please. Here we go again, or still. But what else can we expect at this point? He fits right in to the alternate facts crowd.

Don't forget The Donald swishing 3 pointers deep from the corner while wearing a topcoat OR perhaps threading the needle with a long spiraling on the mark football pass . . . . . . are you kidding me!!! Holy mother of God I thought only the North Korean dictator Won Hung Low was capable of such feats . . . . . OMG the times in which we live . . . . up to our necks in horse hockey. Thanks for your post Shoe . . . . WOW

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29 Re: Spice Out on 7/22/2017, 1:23 pm

Just to be clear: I'm no defender of Sean Spicer. But the problem is Donald Trump, not Sean Spicer.
BK

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30 Re: Spice Out on 7/22/2017, 5:50 pm


Here's President Obama addressing Scaramucci's questions in Sept. 2010:



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31 Re: Spice Out on 7/23/2017, 1:45 pm

- Have your dog poop on the floor
- Spray AXE on the poop

That's what it's like being the Communications Director for Trump.

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32 Re: Spice Out on 7/23/2017, 2:14 pm

polecat wrote:- Have your dog poop on the floor
- Spray AXE on the poop

That's what it's like being the Communications Director for Trump.

lol! lol! lol!

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33 Re: Spice Out on 7/23/2017, 4:14 pm

Scaramucci Says He Must Stop The Leaks...we cannot have the truth always leaking out and conflicting with our lies!

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34 Re: Spice Out on 7/23/2017, 10:01 pm

Here's the last few paragraphs of the article by Richard Wolffe about Spicer leaving. He makes more than one descriptive comment on the situation, LOL.

Exit Spicey, enter the Mooch: another day in Trump's tragicomic America
Richard Wolffe

He also appeared on Fox Business News in 2015, deriding Trump as “an inherited-money dude from Queens County”. In less than glowing terms, he called Trump “anti-American” and predicted that he would fail to get elected.

“I’ll tell you who he’s going to be president of,” he began. “You can tell Donald I said this; the Queens County Bullies Association.”

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the new director of communications for the 45th president of the United States. He just forced out of office the White House press secretary who began his tenure by lying about the size of the inauguration crowds on the National Mall. He works for a man whose idea of message discipline is to limit himself to four tweets before breakfast.

At the very least, the Mooch gives us hope that the cast and crew of Saturday Night Live will have fresh material for their new season. He also assures us that there is life beyond public service for loyal soldiers like Spicey. “Just look at his great television ratings,” said the Mooch, predicting that he would now go on to make lots of money.

What a message. What a patriot.

https://www.theguardian.com/global/commentisfree/2017/jul/22/sean-spicer-anthony-scaramucci-mooch-donald-trump-america?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+USA+-+Collections+2017&utm_term=236161&subid=21779537&CMP=GT_US_collection

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35 Re: Spice Out on 7/25/2017, 1:33 pm

Ordinarily, the position of White House communication director is filled by someone with at least a decade of experience in press relations—after all, it's pretty much the most prestigious and challenging job in that field. Scaramucci, however, was picked using the method the president has used to fill many of the openings in his administration: He saw him on Fox News.

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36 Re: Spice Out on 7/25/2017, 4:58 pm

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37 Re: Spice Out on 7/26/2017, 3:17 pm

Well i for one have admired Mr. Scaramucci ever since the 80s, when he sold me that Isuzu.- John Fugelsang


Russia Totally Innocent of Collusion, Says New Kremlin Spokesman Sean Spicer. - Andy Borowitz


Scaramucci is a used car salesman trying to sell us all a Ferrari with no VIN number and a weird stain the trunk. - Joey Bel


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38 Re: Spice Out on 7/26/2017, 4:52 pm

polecat wrote:Well i for one have admired Mr. Scaramucci ever since the 80s, when he sold me that Isuzu.- John Fugelsang


Russia Totally Innocent of Collusion, Says New Kremlin Spokesman Sean Spicer. - Andy Borowitz


Scaramucci is a used car salesman trying to sell us all a Ferrari with no VIN number and a weird stain the trunk. - Joey Bel







Score another one for polecat.

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39 Re: Spice Out on 7/27/2017, 12:31 am

polecat wrote:Scaramucci Says He Must Stop The Leaks...we cannot have the truth always leaking out and conflicting with our lies!

LOL good one!

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40 Re: Spice Out on 7/27/2017, 9:19 am

If you play a drinking game where you do a shot every time Scaramucci brings up something about his "old neighborhood," you'll be snockered before the next commercial break.

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