From Jonathan Swan
, writing in Axios:
What I'm hearing: One source, who knows Trump as well as anyone, told me he believes the president would be incapable of avoiding perjuring himself. "Trump doesn't deal in reality," the source said. "He creates his own reality and he actually believes it."
Hey, Jonathan -- next time you see Roger, say "Hi" for me. He used to show up in the comments of this humble blog from time to time. At least I think
so. He was always anonymous, but calling me "cocksucker" was as good as a signature. Good times, good times.
Anyways, I don't see why Rog would worry. Trump isn't Clinton. Republicans are allowed
to commit perjury, just as Republicans are allowed to commit adultery. Hell, Steve Bannon actually praised Satan
-- and he draws inspiration from a noted occultist
. Imagine the furor if any Dem did that!
Republicans may do what Democrats may not. As simple as that. Trump hasn't a problem in the world.
On the Welsh language.
We've been watching many BBC programs in this household, and I think I've finally figured out how Welsh names work. Basically, you just hit a lot random letters on the keyboard. Then you cut out most of the vowels and replace them with Ws and Ys. Then you tell everyone that the result is pronounced in a way that has no relationship with the letters.
Thus, Lkwrnaz dpyldk mwf
is how the Welsh spell "Timmy" and Rwrnad flkyvwrwd zalkyll
is how the Welsh spell "Sally." Hffydl fkawnwch k'vlkft gyaw tpug apdjnfvwr ybf
is "Fiona Bruce." Interestingly, Mae'r dyn hwn yn dwll cach is how the Welsh spell "Donald Trump."