In the End, This Turduck's Still a Damned Chicken

In a turbulent world – where we would hope that our commander-in-chief would show some strength in his dealings with the thugs around the world by boldly declaring some no-fly zones to those powers who are aggressively moving their troops to their advantage – we get zip.  On the other hand, here in America, we find ourselves with a leading-from-the-rear president who faces no-fly zones created by his own desperate party flacks.

Why would an American president be denied fly-into privileges within his own nation?  Perhaps it can be attributed to the fact that this president has been declared persona non grata in several states, where his Democrat supporters are doing everything possible to disassociate themselves from this clearly incompetent loser, whom they and their Democrat party foisted on the American people twice in eight years.   

What an unprecedented embarrassment that is.  The wonder-boy of hope and change, the Democrat Messiah, has become such an embarrassment before this nation and the entire world that Democrats in tough re-election races don’t want this fusion of a lame duck and a turkey anywhere near their turf.  Shall we call him a TurDuckey?

Some people swear turkeys can’t fly, but as someone who recently had a flock of wild turkeys erupt into flight immediately in front of my speeding convertible on a forest highway, I can attest that those birds can damn well get off the ground, thank goodness.  But they did all appear to be gliding down to the ditch on the far side of the road.  Much like our national leader, they are capable of lift-off for short distances, but then it’s all gliding, and usually rough landings.

But getting back to the issue at hand, we must ask, “Can our national TurDuckey really fly?”  And of course, with the world having watched our national TurDuckey fly from one Democrat fundraiser to another at taxpayer expense, the next question is, why can’t the TurDurkey fly in Arkansas?  Or Louisiana?  Or any of those other states, like North Carolina and West Virginia, where the TurDuckey party is facing tough election campaigns?  

If you clicked on that hyperlink above, then you know that the Cajun creation of a Turducken involves stuffing a chicken into a duck and then that composite into the cavity of a turkey.  I’d say that pretty well sums up our current administration:  a true, always vote present chicken stuffed into a no-duck-out job by the all those fool turkeys in his party.

And after all that effort, the end result turns out to be nothing more than an overstuffed turkey.  But wait a minute, because some out there are claiming that this concoction tastes more like lame duck.  But then the more perceptive political epicures will say, “You may well take a chicken and stuff it into a lame duck and then stuff that composite into a turkey, but what the hell – in the end, when you get down into the center of the damned thing…

"What you have left is still a damned chicken."

In a turbulent world – where we would hope that our commander-in-chief would show some strength in his dealings with the thugs around the world by boldly declaring some no-fly zones to those powers who are aggressively moving their troops to their advantage – we get zip.  On the other hand, here in America, we find ourselves with a leading-from-the-rear president who faces no-fly zones created by his own desperate party flacks.

Why would an American president be denied fly-into privileges within his own nation?  Perhaps it can be attributed to the fact that this president has been declared persona non grata in several states, where his Democrat supporters are doing everything possible to disassociate themselves from this clearly incompetent loser, whom they and their Democrat party foisted on the American people twice in eight years.   

What an unprecedented embarrassment that is.  The wonder-boy of hope and change, the Democrat Messiah, has become such an embarrassment before this nation and the entire world that Democrats in tough re-election races don’t want this fusion of a lame duck and a turkey anywhere near their turf.  Shall we call him a TurDuckey?

Some people swear turkeys can’t fly, but as someone who recently had a flock of wild turkeys erupt into flight immediately in front of my speeding convertible on a forest highway, I can attest that those birds can damn well get off the ground, thank goodness.  But they did all appear to be gliding down to the ditch on the far side of the road.  Much like our national leader, they are capable of lift-off for short distances, but then it’s all gliding, and usually rough landings.

But getting back to the issue at hand, we must ask, “Can our national TurDuckey really fly?”  And of course, with the world having watched our national TurDuckey fly from one Democrat fundraiser to another at taxpayer expense, the next question is, why can’t the TurDurkey fly in Arkansas?  Or Louisiana?  Or any of those other states, like North Carolina and West Virginia, where the TurDuckey party is facing tough election campaigns?  

If you clicked on that hyperlink above, then you know that the Cajun creation of a Turducken involves stuffing a chicken into a duck and then that composite into the cavity of a turkey.  I’d say that pretty well sums up our current administration:  a true, always vote present chicken stuffed into a no-duck-out job by the all those fool turkeys in his party.

And after all that effort, the end result turns out to be nothing more than an overstuffed turkey.  But wait a minute, because some out there are claiming that this concoction tastes more like lame duck.  But then the more perceptive political epicures will say, “You may well take a chicken and stuff it into a lame duck and then stuff that composite into a turkey, but what the hell – in the end, when you get down into the center of the damned thing…

"What you have left is still a damned chicken."