News flash: The Mooch is out!

ABC just broke in to my daytime tv with a very welcome news flash. Anthony Scaramucci, that foul-mouthed, cringe-inducing goodfella look-alike sent in from central casting, is out as White House communications director. Couldn’t have happened to a more deserving individual. You know he was bad when even Trump & Co. couldn’t endure his verbal vomit. If he’d been in a movie, people would have called it overacting. That he’s a real person and was actually on staff in the White House however briefly makes me queasy. The stench is still detectable, even here in Denver.

Good riddance. No, make that great, wonderful, marvelous riddance.

23 thoughts on “News flash: The Mooch is out!

      1. Military weapons more like it!

        Vive la révolution.

        Hang on; you’ve already had that.

        You kicked my mob out! couple of hundred years back, see what happens when you cut the umbilical cord?

        If you ask nicely, we might let you back in with the colonies again.

        Then you’d have a nice lady as Queen, and wouldn’t have to put up with the chump oops trump!

          1. Actually the British Royal Family cost the tax payers very little, The Queen of course inherited vast properties and the income she receives from all is given to the government, from which they pay her an income, mind boggling it’s true but from which she has to pay for her household. It’s all very complicated.
            The amount generated by the English from the tourists that flock there to see / catch a glimpse of the Royal Family is also mind boggling.
            Now I don’t know how much it costs the American taxpayer to pay for Air Force One to fly down to Florida every weekend with the occupant of the Oval Office, plus the cost of the security the vehicles the number of security guards to protect the creature, but I’ll wager that one weekends trip to Florida is more than the UK government pays for a years protection of the whole Royal Family. You may have noticed how they walk out quite freely amongst the people

          2. “Creature.” Ha! Yep, millions for security wherever he goes. Glad to learn that Brits don’t actually have to support the Royal Family.

  1. Oh thank goodness. Maybe now I can get these crazy song lyrics outta my head! 😱

    I see a little silhouetto of a man,
    Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango?
    Thunderbolt and lightning,
    Very, very frightening me.
    (Galileo) Galileo.
    (Galileo) Galileo,
    Galileo Figaro

      1. I was just watching the news conference, and the banner read something like “Trump considered Scaramucci’s comments ‘inappropriate’.” Oh reeeeeeally?

  2. It meant one of my columnists had to do a late tweak on his column for tomorrow, but it was worth it for the happy dance I did and the reaction I got when I called the columnist to tell him what happened. This might be the happiest Monday of my life so far. 😉

  3. How does a Mafia-type, foul-mouthed, insensitive jerk like this get in to start with!?!?!?!? The Pres claims he’s infallible in choosing great persons who can lead his agenda forward… !?!?!?!

      1. Yeah. Obviously. My comments were of the extremely sarcastic variety as, Trump has thoroughly revealed himself to be of dictatorship material, and more… Bring in your guys and confuse and divide the public, only I think his own misguided supporters are beginning to catch on — hopefully…

        1. I dunno … I worry that too many of his supporters are still very loyal (and very misguided). I wonder how bad it will have to get before they finally wise up … if they ever do.

... and that's my two cents