Bob and Chez Show

The Bob & Chez Show Presented By 6/30/16

Bob and Chez
Written by Bob and Chez

RELM_buttonThe Trump Suicide Vest: Active Shooter at Joint Base Andrews; Trey Gowdy's Benghazi Report; Conspiracy Theorists Turn Against Gowdy; Trump May Have Solicited Money from Foreign Leaders; Jihadists For Trump; Hillary Leading in Key Swing States; Gun Store Raffling Off an AR15; Alex Jones is Worried About Trump and Goblins; and more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, the Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.


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  • ProudLiberalAlways

    Bye-bye fellas, have a great vacation! You deserve it! God knows you’ll be sorely missed, but we’ll endure (I guess). Not that it’ll be easy! I’m just grateful you didn’t leave the same week as Steph, or I’d be in a rubber room by now!!!!

  • muselet

    Sometimes I miss George Carlin.

    Why do I get the feeling that Tuesday you’ll have live traffic reports from “Arnie Pye, Pye in the Sky”?

    At least the Joint Base Andrews active shooter situation was an error, not a real shooter.

    Yeah, Trey Gowdy’s a part of The Great Dark Conspiracy Against Murca! Sure, whatever you say, conspiracy theory people.

    It’s sad that there are people out there—whose votes count as much as the votes of people who are sane—who choose to believe a news source solely because it reinforces their prejudices.

    Don’t like modern comedy, you say?

    The poll news is great, I’m glad to hear most Bernie Sanders supporters are rational, and I still have this uncomfortable feeling in the pit of my stomach that the Rs will manage somehow to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat (to coin a cliché).

    Bernie Sanders has never had to be much of a politician, and I don’t mean that as a dig. Vermont politics simply hasn’t required him to do the hard work of convincing the unconvinced, of compromising, of building an electoral coalition. Most importantly, he’s never had to learn how to lose gracefully. I’m not quite to the point of quoting Oliver Cromwell (“You have sat too long for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!”), but I’m getting there.

    Someone, I misremember who, suggested it looked like everyone associated with the short-fingered vulgarian (he has companies in many of the countries whose MPs got spammed by the campaign) dumped their contacts lists into the master email list. Since everything else the campaign has done has been somewhere between amateurish and ham-fisted, that explanation makes as much sense as any other I’ve seen.

    Wow. Gun nuts just don’t get the concept of appropriateness, do they?

    Bob, you’ll never make sense of Alex Jones’s blather. He’s become just another Care In The Community case, ranting about unseen creatures. As long as he doesn’t become violent, nobody will pay attention (he was much less floridly insane when he was ranting about conspiracies, and he was a nutcase then).

    It’s good to know Combover Caligula has such stellar legal talent advising him (“Libel? What’s that?”).

    Eric Casebolt needs never to work in any position of power and authority again. (Bob, not that it matters, but his victim was 15.)


    • Victor the Crab

      What makes you think Drumph and the Rs would actually succeed in November, given how they’ve created a dumpster fire out of their respective campaigns and ideas while the Ds are coming together as one? I certainly don’t see it like that.

      • muselet

        A catastrophic terrorist attack, the Masters Of The Universe mucking up the world economy again, an unexpected (and unexpectedly-effective) attack on Hillary Clinton, our glorious news media taking a dive rather than risk being called “liberal” by the Rs, sunspots, Sarah Palin saying something coherent, literally anything that scares voters could—could—tip the election Donald Trump’s way. Until noon EST on 20 January 2017, when Hillary Clinton takes the oath of office, I refuse to take anything for granted.

        As Bob keeps saying, don’t get happy.


        • Victor the Crab

          Of course we should never get happy over any forecasted election outcome five months to the stated vote. That being said, I doubt Clinton and the Ds are going to take Drumph and the Rs lightly, and do what they can to inspire people to go to the polls in November and destroy his orange self and the GOP as well.

          • muselet

            I hope I’m worrying for nothing, and we get a President Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton, a Democratic-majority Senate and a Democratic-majority House, plus multiple governorships and legislatures going D.

            Things do go wrong, and sometimes there’s not a bloomin’ thing anybody can do about it. That’s the thought that makes me nervous.


  • Who Me?

    Keep an eye on H A Goodman’s twitter feed. It’s all anti Hillary. The question is, is he being paid by the RNC or is he doing it for free?

  • josephebacon
  • katanahamon

    Don’t worry, Chez, we jumped on that dope pretty well in the comments. I’m with you too Bob..I saw that comment Chez mentioned and a bunch of us went around and around the maypole..just can’t help it. Stupidity can’t be ignored sometimes…certain things get under your skin.

    As long as we don’t poll ourselves out of actually showing up to the real polls..

    Bernie is only proving why he has been an ineffective politician for his entire career. What he’s doing makes as much sense as Farage insulting the EU to their faces when they are needing to make deals with them.

    If it was emails from Trump, should be easy to verify the outgoing addresses.

    I’m still hoping Hillary gets out front of any possible terror attacks, talkiing about their possibility, perhaps linking Trump’s rhetoric to their encouragement. Trump will attempt to use any attacks as a campaign ad for himself, Hillary needs to nullify it before it even happens.

  • Badgerite

    I’m getting the sense that Donald J. Trump is one big walking Criminal Activity.
    Maybe he and Karl Rove could start a new rap group with that name.
    GOP: Criminal Activity.

  • The Benghazi report cost taxpayers $8728.18 per page for literally nothing. But no money for Zika prevention. /facepalm

    “I can’t even” characterizes my reaction to anything coming from the Trump campaign lately.