Daily Gnuz

And, here’s the Tues-Gnuz

GOP lawmakers jittery over lack of tax reform details
H/T Politico
Should be jittery as in 12 cups of strong coffee. Remember, this is a Trump fueled fiasco, so don’t expect anything but insults and recriminations.

And

Trump Might Be About to Launch His Dumbest Gambit Yet to Save His Presidency
H/T AlterNet
Jefferson Morely makes the point that Trump’s triangulation is no guarantee that he can leverage that alliance. Not if he is defunding ACA outreach and looking to continue the deconstruction of the governance apparatus…

Finally,

Rep. Dent: The New GOP ‘Litmus Test’ Is ‘Are You Loyal Enough’ To Trump?
H/T TPM
Heil Drumpf! Give the prezidunce a harrumph!

Open Thread, enjoy if you have the stomach for this crap.
RUCerious @ TPZ00

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4 thoughts on “Daily Gnuz

  1. FINALLY a psychiatrist with the cojones required to explain and define the nutcase in the Oval Office:

    Harvard psychiatrist Lance Dodes: Donald Trump is a “sociopath” and “a very sick individual”

    The evidence suggesting that Donald Trump may have serious mental health problems is overwhelming.

    He is a compulsive liar who creates his own fantasy world. Trump is also extremely moody and impulsive. Trump’s advisers have to satisfy his extreme narcissism and nurture his detachment from reality by presenting him — on a twice-daily basis — with a file folder full of “good news”. Fellow Republicans have been recorded on a hot mike suggesting that Trump may be “crazy.” The American news media, as well as commentators from other countries, have voiced serious concerns about Trump’s mental health and the threat it poses to global security.

    Why are so many psychiatrists and other clinicians afraid to comment about Donald Trump’s mental health? What is the role of the “Goldwater rule” in their relative silence? Is Donald Trump suffering from symptoms of mentally illness? If so, what type of disorder does he exhibit, and what are the consequences for America and the world?

    • ‘Tis better to be silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt . Abraham Lincoln, (attributed)

      Trump has spoken so much as to have given mental health professionals overwhelming evidence to support Dr. Dodes conclusion.

      • Modern corollary:
        ‘Tis better to refrain from the Tweeter and be thought a fool than to tweetfart and show the world what a fumbduck you art.

      • Indeed. And, since “actions speak louder than words,” these first 8 months should have removed any doubt whatsoever that Trump is precisely the type of nutcase that demands permanent removal, and it better be quick!

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