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Investigators at the -gate


President Nixon while entertaining:
“. . . When Nixon as president entertained congressmen aboard the presidential yacht Sequoia, he served them a rather good $6 wine and instructed the stewards to fill his glass from a $30 bottle of 1966 Chateau Margaux wrapped in a towel. . . . “
President Trump while entertaining:
“. . . When the chicken arrives, [Trump] is the only one given an extra dish of sauce. At the dessert course, he gets two scoops of vanilla ice cream with his chocolate cream pie, instead of the single scoop for everyone else. . . .”
. . . the difference being that Trump uses  his towels to cover up the tax returns.

GovernMania MMXVII


News Headline: “Are Trump officials Thermians from ‘Galaxy Quest’?”
Finally, a reasonable explanation.

From the QT news ticker


News Headline: “Does Trump understand what Obamacare is?”
News Headline: “Does Trump know where jobs come from?”
News Headline: “Does Trump understand the Constitution?”
News Headline: “Does Trump know what he’s doing?”
News Headline: “Will a supervolcano extinguish life on Earth?”
Not really, not really, not really, not really, which is one possible solution.
See how easy?

QT news presented without comment


News Headline: “Black students at Harvard to hold their own commencement.”
A black student  organizer said the separation of the races was “not about segregation.”

Investigators at the -gate


News Headline: “Trump fires Comey: Five questions in urgent need of answers.”
1. What did the president know, and when did he know it?
2. What did the president know, and when did he know it?
5. What did the president know, and when did he know it?
4. What did the president know, and when did he know it?
5. What did the president know, and when did he know it?
Just asking.

High crimes and misdemeanors in the news


Deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on why President Trump repeatedly stated one position on former FBI Director James Comey during the 2016 campaign and then the opposite position this week:
The president was wearing a very different hat at that time–he was a candidate, not the president,”
So to be safe:
It is  best not to trust Donald Trump when he is wearing a hat.
Or when he is wearing a different hat.
Or, come to think of it, when he isn’t wearing a hat at all.

Richard Nixon 2.0


News Headline: “Why did Trump fire FBI director James Comey? Cover-up of Russia investigation suspected.”
Heavens to Betsy, what a dreadful thing to think.
News Headline: “Grand jury subpoenas issued in FBI’s Russia investigation.”
Heavens to Betsy. . . .

As we push on. . . .


News Headline: “Trump gives Pentagon power to reset Iraq, Syria troop limits.”
News Headline: “Trump close to approving troop increase in Aghanistan.”
Knee deep in the Big Muddy. . . .

QT Summer Travel Advisory


Four days remain until the 2017 Mushroom Festival Pastie Sale and Mud Bog in
Mesick, Mich.

The Not Me Decade, in which everybody else is responsible for everything, continues


A Florida man convicted of using a stolen identity to obtain more than $300 in products and services from Verizon Wireless has sued the company for its negligence in not noticing that his ID was false and preventing him from committing the crime.