It’s been 2 Years and 194 days under the onerous orange persona in the West Wing. We take a moment to appreciate our prodigal son returned to us, and review what we might have overlooked in his absence. Also, the president continues to treat the Federal Budget as his personal open checkbook.
It’s been 2 Years and 188 days enduring the oppressive orange blob in the Oval Office. We’re joined by a special guest from the ConvoCouch podcast, based in LA, as we break down the election cycle for 2020 and whether or not anything else happened this week.
It’s been 2 Years and 173 days under the oppressive orange miasma in DC. Sadly, the flooding in the swamp failed to root him out. But, Jeffrey “Rapist” Epstein is deservedly behind bars, and other good news abounds!
It’s been 2 Years and 152 days with a bad toupee behind the desk in the Oval Office, and nothing has happened by way of people taking action! The people of Hong Kong unite to prevent new laws, the GOP prevents a Donny sale, and the House takes away the President’s 9/11 powers.
It’s been 2 Years and 145 days under the oppressive orange cloud in the capital. Thus far, we have managed to survive relatively unscathed, but we remain uncertain. We are certain The Man has made us, but that will not deter our efforts. The Revolution Fights On!
It’s been 2 Years and 138 days with significant, happy, intelligent talk on American politics. This week, we have a intermittent crowd, but we always appreciate those who are able to crack the mics with us
Featured in today’s podcast:
While the First family is away, the podcast will play
The Canadian’s triumphant return
The Wanderer and Thesp(b)ian have better plans for their evenings
It’s been 2 Years and 131 days with Agent Orange in the Oval Office. Strangely, cancer rates haven’t significantly increased in the DC area… yet. However, rates of frustration remain about the same in small, independent podcasts.
It’s been 2 Years and 124 days living with the orange growth on the East Coast. You could call it unwanted growth, but enough people voted for it. So, instead we are here as the remediation team, making sure that more doesn’t grow where we don’t want it.