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When the chips are down and all the prayers to God to win the election and protect you from witchcraft haven't worked, everyone knows it's time to call in the big guns: the forces of evil. And, if they're too busy helping the Axis of Evil get nukes and shit, well, then you can always call in the forces of pettiness and covert racism, as they've been helpful in many an election here in the States. But Swampland 's Ana Marie Cox and I will insist on, at a minimum, throwing rhetorical spitballs at the hordes and making assfucking jokes as the sky is falling, so there's that, at least I didn't get a king size bed! There is no creamer in my in room coffee! Actually, we're at "The Pfister," which has led to many attempts at humor from the traveling press corps.
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You've gained lots of fans on the left thanks to your vicious descriptions of Trump and his supporters. You also tweeted at Ann Coulter, asking if Trump "pays more for anal. It is not: Have you prostrated yourself in public apology to Ann Coulter for your base, dehumanizing "anal" insult, that sought to demean her as a political commentator and woman? Or: Have you sought counsel to help you through your addiction to violent and abusive rhetoric? Have your out-of-control sexual utterings harmed your professional career working alongside family values candidates such as Marco Rubio and Mitt Romney? What do you think it is about Trump that drives the conversation toward sexualized language?
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RIGHT after cherry-blossom season last year, Jessica Cutler, a comely brunet underling employed by the office of Senator Mike DeWine, began writing a public online diary of her local sexcapades. Swiftly thereafter, she was fired, the official reason being "unacceptable use of Senate computers. Though certainly explicit no more so than the Starr Report , Cutler's anonymous Web log, now a mere vapor on the Internet, was as skimpy as her designer wardrobe, and probably siphoned about as much time from her dreary job opening constituent mail as an occasional game of computer solitaire. Her various paramours were neither particularly high-powered nor publicly accountable. In short, this was not the Profumo affair.