Bob and Chez Show

The Bob & Chez Show Presented By 5/12/16

Bob and Chez
Written by Bob and Chez

RELM_buttonSnot Walker: Trump's Butler Posts Insane Facebook Message; Paul Ryan Meets with Trump; Republicans Kiss Trump's Orange Butt; Trump's Name is Mentioned Thousands of Times in the Panama Papers; Trump's Nickname for Bernie Sanders; Stephen Colbert Interviews Trump's Insult Adviser; John Boehner Calls Freedom Caucus Knuckleheads; and more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, the Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.



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  • BenjCano

    Early in the show, Bob says that this election is going to be a nail biter, very close to 50-50. I find that such an incredible statement.

    For that to be the case, you would need to believe that Trump is going to do at least as well as Romney, who was pretty soundly defeated. So even if Trump matches Romney’s performance exactly, he still loses by a large and comfortable margin.

    But for him to do better than Romney…how does that work? How does he flip Virginia, keep North Carolina from going blue this cycle? How does he keep Ohio and Pennsylvania and and Minnesota and Wisconsin and Iowa, Colorado and Nevada? I’ve seen some models that suggest that Arizona and Georgia will be competitive this time around. In what way do you see Trump doing well among the voters in those states to get them to vote red this cycle?

    Because I’m not seeing it.

  • Victor the Crab

    No one should be surprised that Republicans are rallying around Drumph. Obtaining power is all that matters to them. Especially if their opponent is Hillary Clinton and they want to wipe out everything President Obama has dome in his two terms in office.

    And meanwhile, Bernie Sanders is threatening to take it all the way to the convention in Philadelphia and contest the nomination with his poo flinging BernieBums cheering him on. Thereby creating – by the liberal media – that it’s Democrats that are in disarray while Republicans are united behind Drumph.

    Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right…FFUUUUUUUCK!!!!!

    • Scopedog

      Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right…FFUUUUUUUCK!!!!!

      Seconded. I swear…some of Sanders’ supporters think that it would be a good thing to “re-create ’68”. Add to that Ralph Nader coming back to spout more shit about how both parties are the same–but Hillary’s worse and Trump is actually okay–and you can see why I have a bottle of Pepto-Bismal nearby.

      • katanahamon

        Yep..I cringe whenever I see an article authored by Nader. It’s really unbelievable how some people have egos that tower over any sense of self awareness, or..embarrassment.

  • HilaryB

    Omg. The Downton Abbey music…Thank you. I needed a good laugh. This election is so depressing. We are counting on you, Bob, to annihilate Trump. Godspeed.

  • Congressional Republicans expected him to take crap on the floor and smear it all over the walls during the meeting so anything above that is a significant improvement.

  • Congealing is the perfect word. Like the goop cooling in the kitchen trap of a dirty roadside diner.

  • Badgerite

    “Intolerant pr-ck. Classless Bozo.” Chez knows words. He has the best words….. Infinity.

    • The very, very best words…YUGE words, beautiful words 😉

  • muselet

    Bob, come on. We all know you just want Donald Trump to give you a silly nickname.

    Bob, you’re assuming the GOP is capable of humiliation. At this point, the short-fingered vulgarian and every Senator, Representative, governor, state legislator and dogcatcher could lose in landslides and the response from the party leadership—for want of a better word—would be to insist those weren’t True Conservatives With True Conservative Values!™ Hell, Ted Cruz is already positioning himself as the “I told you so” candidate for 2020.

    We, the sane ones, should approach the general election as if Hillary Clinton were down by as many percentage points as she is up in the polls. Complacency simply won’t work.

    Anthony Senecal is not a well man. I don’t like to pathologize stupid, but his Facebook posts are so bizarre and so OTT I have to assume he’s suffering from some kind of psychiatric disorder. No, I tell a lie, those posts read like something straight out of the short-fingered vulgarian’s id. I’ll go ‘way out on a limb and suggest Trump is the author and not his long-time (long-suffering?) butler.

    “This is the triumph of the shriekers, the triumph of the screamers, the idiots, the loudmouths, you know, the loud-mouthed bullies.” I wish I didn’t agree with you so heartily, Chez.

    Yes, guys, but Barack Obama says “um” a lot in off-the-cuff interviews and uses big words and belongs to the wrong political party and he has the wrong color of skin!, so he’s clearly unqualified to be President. *eyeroll*

    Chez, are you saying Donald Trump is Nelson Muntz?

    Trump won’t release his tax returns, no way, no how, no sir. They would show Trump’s net worth is nothing like what he claims, that he doesn’t give much of anything to charity and would give away most of the accounting tricks he uses to dodge taxes. The risks are too high and the benefits are too low.

    Greg Abbott isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed, but even he has to understand that what Charlie Pierce calls the Urinal Cooties Protection Act is blatantly unconstitutional. However, the people behind this terrible idea don’t care about trivia like constitutionality and the quality of public policy presented, they only care about preserving their right to feel superior to a relatively powerless group. If everyone is treated equally and fairly, who are they going to bully?

    I sincerely doubt more than a small percentage of the legislators and governors behind these various UCPAs believe transgender people really exist. Their disbelieving reaction (“They want what?“) is too close to their disbelieving reaction to the existence of gays and lesbians for me to think otherwise.

    Dan Quayle is even more incoherent than Sarah Palin, and that’s saying something. Every time he says something reminds me of a former co-worker (yeah, I’ve told this story before) who semi-seriously said George HW Bush chose Dan Quayle as his running mate as a bar bet (“I can beat Mike Dukakis with anyone as a running mate! Hell, I can beat him running with Dan Quayle!“).

    John Boehner doesn’t have a couple of hundred fire-breathing nitwits—knuckleheads—waiting to knife him in the back any longer. Of course he feels free to speak his mind.

    Party unity is commonplace in a parliamentary system, but it’s enforced firmly only on a few critical votes per year. It’s bad enough when it comes to legislation, but Rs are so afraid of The Base that they won’t say anything negative about a vulgar talking yam like Trump. Even the (relatively) sane ones like Boehner (who already made good his escape from the House and is willing to call the House Freedumb Caucus “knuckleheads”) won’t risk the wrath of The Base when it comes to Trump.


    • If Trump wins, the BernieBros who want such a disaster to occur will be Nelson Muntz.

  • Aynwrong

    Just to point out, the conservative media has been creating the environment that Trump needed to run from the moment Barack Obama took office.

    So of course elected members of the GOP are now willing to back the ultimate beneficiary of this. They never had the courage or the integrity to stand up to this.

  • ProudLiberalAlways

    Just a question for B&C——-If tRump gets elected with the majority of Rethugs supporting him, who or what the hell is their next candidate gonna look like? Scary thought! (at least to me). Maybe Sean Insannity?

  • katanahamon

    Hearing the Republican’s reactions after the meeting with Trump, one has to recognize that there has never been a more fitting and literal example in real life of “The Emperor’s New Clothes.”

  • katanahamon

    All you have to do is ask “would Trump be in this position if he weren’t a (alleged) billionaire?” If he were to be judged purely on his actions and judgments, would he be the repub nominee, or a laughingstock?

  • Badgerite

    I can’t say that one can do anything but engage in troll insults with Trump because what he actually says policy wise is so ridiculous nonsense, there is not much you can say about it except that that isn’t how government and monetary policy works. They don’t engage in rational debate. And Trump certainly doesn’t.

  • katanahamon

    The problem is that Fox and right wing extremist radio has created an impenetrable bubble of lies that they are all comfortable existing in. There is no “debate” with them because there is no reason for them to change their minds about anything, and debate implies discussion. We saw Bush ruin our economy, start wars, and it is now meaningless to them…they will blame Obama. The right wing will seize power however they can, no matter how repulsive the means, and the typical Repub voter will go right ahead and vote for Trump, or anyone. The left wing better get with it, or we are truly screwed.

  • Badgerite

    Trump would be the end of American leadership in the world. Period. Of course Putin likes him. Putin has been trying to get the world off the US dollar for a decade now. So if Trump trashes it, that would work for him.

  • josephebacon

    The butler’s remarks will only solidify The GOP base’s love for Trump.

  • Badgerite

    Love the Downton Abbey music. Nice touch.