Written by Steve Bowers on March 17, 2015

You gotta’ love at least a few of the Republicans in Congress. Writing the nasty letter to the Iranian mullahs is a great idea. It both tips the mullahs to the fact that Obama is breathless to give ’em the store and secure his silly legacy as being the dumbest and most gullible politician since Neville Chamberlain, but the letter also tells Obama that no one is buying his baloney anymore, excepting his dedicated Kool-Aid swilling Flying Monkeys.

When will Bibi put his hat in the ring for residence at 1600 Pennsylvania? We’re ready.

On the other hand, Americans seem less and less likely to allow Obama to drop in the standings from Worst to Second Worst Prez ever by electing Mrs. Bill Clinton. Speculation is that Valerie Jarrett tipped the press about Hillary’s scofflaw ways regarding her private email server and subsequent massive email dump. Valerie (an Iranian born Muslim, by most reports) thereby may have insured her boss will remain in a secure top spot as Worst Ever. It must feel good to have loyal underlings … who do such things.

It reminds me of the loyal underling who worked for Hillary and one day discovered the old Rose Law Firm billing records sitting in plain sight on a table in the White House after they had been lost for a long time. These things happen when you consider your underlings expendable and of little worth. And worthy subjects for abuse and cussin’ ((for which Hillary is legendary). Underlings can feign servility, but they don’t forget and do carry grudges. They can nurse a malicious heart, just like their abusive boss.

Sometimes, underlings are good boot-lickers, but a little stupid. Those flying monkeys were very efficient in roughing up Dorothy and her pals, but they never looked very smart.

Steve Bowers
Steve Bowers grew up on a farm in Indiana, attended Indiana University and went into the construction business. While working on a construction project at a law school he was appalled at how lawyers could screw stuff up on a simple building project. Thinking he could do better, Steve went to law school. He’s pretty naive.