Schumer and “friends”

Hi Brit,

One of our occasional visitors, madmouser, had a most interesting post this morning: Schumer’s Imaginary Friends.  Since it doesn’t link to the article in question, although it does, and rightly so, question the Senator’s sanity, I searched it out.

Chuck Schumer’s imaginay friends

This one is a must read.  It seems that the good folks in New York are getting more than their money’s worth from their US Senate selection, three for the price of one, if we count the imaginary friends that Chuck discusses politics with.  The question, of course, is which one of them is running the show?

OK, I do admit to having the, occasional, extra voice or four in my head, but that’s mostly just for tax purposes (although the IRS keeps denying the deduction for some reason,) and I generally don’t take their advice on anything more serious than what to have for lunch. 

Schumer, on the other hand, is basing national Democratic Party policy on the opinions of his brain ghosts.  Considering the liberals’ success in the last elections, Chuck’s imaginary friends may well be smarter than the average Democrat.  Now, while it’s really tempting to do so, I’m not calling for Schumer’s immediate removal from the Senate, nor his quick incarceration in a nice padded room.  No, no.  I want to drag this out as long as possible, then remove him from the Senate and lock him in a padded room.

One more thing, since Schumer has access to classified documents, do his “friends” need a security clearance?

the Grit

2 Responses to “Schumer and “friends””

  1. icanplainlysee Says:

    I wonder how this guy has hidden his psychosis all this time?

    Are his supporters even aware he discusses policy with voices in his head?

    Would it make any difference if they knew?

    Is it of any consequence that Chuckie chose to label his mentall illness Joe and Eileen Bailey, clearly an Irish family, as opposed to Ira and Sylia Bloomenthal, more appropriately reflecting his ethnicity?

    Have Joe and Eileen given him only public policy that Democrats might enjoy, or do they share say, ideas from beyond the grave or maybe even give him a glimpse of the future?

    Why be upset with Chuck’s condition? Ultimately, Left wing ideas are all about denying reality and pretending the world is a certain way, when it isn’t.

    Now, will Chuckie provide insight into conference calls with other Democratic congress people and THEIR imaginary friends?

    Let’s wait and see.

  2. britandgrit Says:

    Hi i,

    While I suspect the occasional ménage à trois is hardly news worthy in The Big Apple, surely a mirage à trois will draw some attention, even from the liberal press.

    the Grit

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