Politico: I’m Still All Trumped Up

Meanwhile, the weirdos in the East are dressing up like vaginas, rolling around and pretending to be dead in the streets and tweeting about an anti-Trump coup:

“Oh, Trump—I’m still all Trumped up,” Jane, a retired insurance broker, told me, reveling in the memory of that night one recent weekday afternoon over lunch at Logan’s Rib-Eye, a wood-paneled budget steakhouse situated in Terre Haute, a town along the Wabash River at the intersections of U.S. Highways 40 and 41, just off Interstate 70. Terre Haute proudly calls itself the “Crossroads of America,” a title Indiana would later adopt as its state motto. Across the table, her husband Dick, 73, a former air traffic controller, smiled and nodded. Trump, as far as these longtime Republicans were concerned, had already delivered on some of his biggest promises.

More than 600 miles to the east, in New York City and D.C., people’s Twitter feeds were clogging with breathless posts about the nascent administration’s seemingly disastrous first 24 hours: Trump’s false claims about crowd size at the inauguration, his dystopian inaugural address, and his rambling and self-referential address to CIA officers at Langley, to name only a few. Not here. While Sean Spicer was reaming out the press, the Ameses listened to Fox News, and followed their “T” feast with a “T” dessert, sipping tea while noshing on tea cakes, careful to keep the party’s elements on theme. …

It’s a completely different view of Trump’s early performance than you’d get in any coastal city, or even 75 miles away in the urban center of Indianapolis—where thousands of women descended on the statehouse on the same Saturday afternoon when the Ameses were preparing for their “T” party. And it’s an important barometer of whether America is really souring on Trump. If Trump is going to lose momentum, he’s going to have to lose it in places like Vigo first. And as far as Vigo is concerned, Trump is delivering the goods …”

At the same time, the lunatics out West in California are fantasizing about seceding from the Union in order to revert to “Mexican rule” or “their Native American roots”:

“What would we be resetting to is the question?” Galvan says. “Would we be resetting to Mexican rule of this territory? The U.S. has a troubled past with how the territory of California was acquired. Mexicans don’t even touch that issue. It’s so heated and such a sore wound for them that they don’t even want to study it or think about it. Would we go back to our Native American roots? There are layers of colonialism on top of each other.”

None of that “plays in Peoria” though where the election was won.


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  1. Actually should California break away, they’d be better off under the Spanish Mexican elite rule than the Hollywood leftists. Still though, Mexico inherited their claim from the Spanish Crown which pretty much claimed half the globe, putting boots on the ground was another thing, and the Americans did that first when the gold rush built San Francisco overnight into a real city. Had the Spanish crown believed in Galileo instead of Papal Aristotelian doctrine they’d probably have claimed the moon to and the Azatlan malcontents would be whining about how Neil Armstrong trespassed on their terrain.

  2. I-70 is sort of a Mason Dixon Line in that part of the country. About 60 miles west in Effingham Illinois the locals put up a giant 199 foot cross (one foot under the limit for requiring flashing aircraft beacons they thought would detract from the thing.) I can only imagine how incensed the liberals driving cross-country must be. Then again they all fly.

  3. Sounds like a decent normal old style steakhouse. Don’t have many of those still around, now it’s pastel walls for the chicks. There’s still a Bonanza left in Lincoln Illinois and it’s definitely NOT a SWPL type hangout. The owner has a bunch of Jesus quotes up outside, that definitely frightens off the beatniks. Gone are the ordinary type places like Ponderosa and Bonanza I used to eat at as a kid.

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