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the first thing about trump

Posted in economy, news and politics with tags on March 7, 2016 by Word-Drum

It seems many still don’t understand the first thing about Donald Trump.

You score no points when you point-out that Trump gave campaign contributions to Democrats. That’s the first thing he told us. He is a player, and he knows how the game is played. He is going to change the system. That’s why all the bourgeois and rich Republicans, Democrats, and others, are checking the value of their wine collections. Will they be able to keep their second or third properties?

broken-wine-glass

Not to mention, the killer Muslims, the contentious NoKos and their nuclear arsenal, hegemonic Chinese Communist, Russian aggression in The Ukraine and elsewhere. These players have had a lot of fun playing with Obama, Kerry, Hillary, and the rest of the gang. But for them, as well as the invasion from the open Southern border, the party will be over.

And the economy of America will once again be the engine for prosperity at home and abroad.

Just as  Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals” offered the best insight to the Presidency of Barack Hussein Obama (or, as I call him: President F. U. America), “The Art Of The Deal” is key to understanding the Trump campaign.

TRUMP!

Posted in economy, Iran, Islam, Israel, life, politics, republicans, war on December 8, 2015 by Word-Drum

donald trump make america great

Trump is Hope and Change for me.

Islam by the book is RADICAL.

If I hear one more talking head talk about Muslims being “Radicalized,” my head is going to explode.

It’s fourteen years after 9/11, how fucking stupid can you be!? 

The Democrat Party is the Party of Islam (It’s leader practices Sharia. He won’t say anything against it). But now we see that the Republican Establishment wants to compete for the Muslim vote (and to be loved by them world-wide). Fuck that.

Trump 2016

theater of the underclass

Posted in art, economy, Internet, word-drum on July 14, 2013 by Word-Drum

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The Portal

It seems the show has come to an end. The lights go down and the audience clears the theater.

But the author remains seated in the darkened room. He wants more, but since he has written no scenes, there is nothing.

He is preoccupied with the old ‘vicissitudes of life.’ His portal only containing the old dreams of the past. Yet he will not switch it off, since at one time, it was a dream come true.

His micro-battle has been lost, but the scratches of light, poetry, and images, continued the ‘art tripping’ that started long ago.

Those pesky vicissitudes have also long plagued him, like the need to create. Why else would he live in his humble garret for eight years, in a town which had no place for him?

He didn’t have to move, unlike the earlier more adventurous years. So he stayed. When the light of his portal went dim last November, he knew he had to relocate to a big city in order to have any chance of making a living

Here’s the preoccupation: making the move.

It’s the same as it was when he tried to returned to his country ten years earlier. He only intended to stay abroad for a year. But it turned into seven. Getting back is harder than going.

The last couple of years abroad he couldn’t save money to go back to his country and have a place to live, even though that was the reason he went there.

Finally an opportunity came for a plane ticket home and a hotel room for two weeks. Through the blessing of friendship he found his way to his tower. Two and a half years later he had to leave the Magic Kingdom in Westchester. He wasn’t that young, but went West.

He landed in what he now calls Jerkwater. He has a bad attitude and can’t really be bothered with more than teaching and finding work. Politics and Jihad will have to carry on without his comment.

His fondest memory of the last eight years was the opening of the portal. With it dimming, he lost his steady job. Now each month is a race he can’t win. God or The Liberals would have no mercy on his soul.

Even the Great Obama can’t help him, because he did not help in the Transformation, but felt it wrong. The portal told the whole story.

It’s now Fear and Loathing and Leaving Las Jerkwater. Diving into a new world where tourists throw-up in the streets: sick because of drunkenness or having lost all their doe.

He never cared for the place but had to hope that he could earn enough for a studio apartment and possibly more. And one day scratch again on the portal, all he felt and knew, in a way not seen on TV.

And that’s the show. It’s all he could come up with to keep the pilot-light burning for WordPress.

If you are there in the desert where Frank and Sammy used to sing and smoke, you won’t meet him at the casino, unless he’s performing. Now days they don’t have live performers and bands, but as we enter the End Times, he hopes there will be a short Renaissance. People will want more stirring of the soul.

Even as he writes this closing scene he wonders how to manage a move. He can only pray to God and The Liberals to see his worth, and save him.

writing the signs

Posted in economy, politics, word-drum on November 2, 2012 by Word-Drum

There’s a hush all around Word-Drum Industries. We are all waiting for the big result. We know there must be a landslide for Romney or the Demonrats will try to steal the election.

We are not a Foundation or a labor union. We want to go corporate or at least legitimate. The whole operation rests on routing the Left from power. We have awesome projections. We write the signs like blog posts. They say whatever we can imagine.

But the light goes out with a headlong rush into Socialism, that could be just around the corner.

Then, the actual signs must be read. That is how the path has been guided thus far. We read the signs and react. It’s a hopeless road to nowhere.

Finally a chance to write our own signs could happen in the Romney Recovery. If not, this is what we see:

 

 

Or this one:                         GERMAN WIFE.com

 

Go back to Europe
and play your funky blues

Go back to Europe
and play your funky blues

What if they don’t want you
look what they did to them other Jews.

 

Move to Washington DC
they got money to burn

Head out to Capital City
they got cash to burn

Live off the Spenders
fuck the ones that earn.

 

                             Hope and Chord Changes

 

The staff at Word Drum Industries knows you must bullshit liberals. They aren’t very good at it, but hunger gets them going. Only it is contrary to our goal to create a conservative counter culture.

Playing parties in DC and Virginia, and giving music lessons to children of bureaucrats, might pay the bills, but it would mark the end of bohemian-conservativism. That won’t fly there, or in New York, or San Francisco. People would find out about the political work of Word-Drum Industries. Bridges would burn before anyone even walked over them.

Let us write our signs and perhaps one day touch you dear reader with something out of our shop. It will probably be something with a good beat you can at least dance to.

It will be beautiful, only with the exit of the bullshit artist formally known as President Obummer…as he begins his talk show career after visiting the House of Saud (to thank them).

the run down

Posted in democrats, economy, liberals, politics on September 21, 2012 by Word-Drum

It doesn’t matter if the intentions of the President were good or bad, the fact is the country has been run down.

Our economic power as a nation and individually has been run down.

Our political influence around the world is going up…

in flames along with the American flag.

How great is gay marriage if you can’t walk down the street without someone stealing your shoes?

How can we have more abortions if there are no more beauty salons and other diversions from motherhood? – because all we will care about is finding something to eat.

Yes, Liberals, I’m talking to you. You won’t celebrate for long once you’ve killed the Golden Goose.

We are reaching the point of no return. The issue is the economy. Will we do the right thing, or the left thing?

I can’t talk to libs directly anymore, maybe one will see this by mistake.

trade world center

Posted in 9/11, economy, politics on September 11, 2012 by Word-Drum

They were bold. So were we. They weren’t called The Towers for nothing. They reached over the city with the energy of a million dancers.

When you entered the massive structures, you would find the human-scale inside and outside the buildings.

More than symbols to be destroyed by monsters for no good reason, they embodied and expressed a dynamic nation. Functional and beautiful.

They towered over the city and the free world. Where people traded the fruits of their labor in honest exchanges, in the pursuit of happiness and prosperity.

                                      Trading Freedom

We sit and wait for the decision on our futures in November.

I need to start a small business, which would be pointless if Obama wins.

We watch as the cost for everthing rises, and the value of what we own falls.

We can’t help wondering if like Washington D.C., our future will be grey hulking buildings low to the ground, not reaching boldly to the sky…

finishing the job
in Soviet America.

vox populi

Posted in democrats, economy, obama on August 25, 2012 by Word-Drum

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