Miley Cyrus, Liberal Prat

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When Reggie Jackson signed with the Yankees for the 1977 season, before a single game was played, Reggie riled up the whole New York sports world by saying, “I am the straw that stirs the drink.” Oh, Reggie. You just sounded like a fat-head. Hardly the best way to win friends and influence people.

But Miley Cyrus, Hollywood liberal dingbat, has just out-fatheaded Reggie by several country miles.

Miley promised us she’d quit the U.S. for good if Donald Trump were elected president instead of drunken, potty-mouthed, Careless Clinton. Libs always promise to leave, and then they don’t. Smiley Miley is no exception.

Instead of leaving the country like she promised, Miley says no, she’s gonna stay right here: because… wait for it…”I’ve got to glue this place together” (

Don’t liberals take themselves seriously? I mean, very, very seriously?

One thing I do have to say about the way they’ve carried on since losing the election.

I have never in my life felt more satisfied about a vote I cast for anyone, than I feel about the vote I cast for Donald Trump.

11 comments on “Miley Cyrus, Liberal Prat

    1. These people have no glue either! If they did, they’d have it together.

  1. “I have never in my life felt more satisfied about a vote I cast for anyone, than I feel about the vote I cast for Donald Trump.” Me too. Thank you Wiley Miley. BTW – who the heck is she anyway – actor, singer?

    1. She’s the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus. It’s really quite sad, when she was younger she had a wholesome image. But something happened to make her go off into the deep in. Hollyweird seems to have that effect on people. Of course she needs prayer like everyone else, and I hope she finds salvation.

    2. OMGoodness! I remember Billy Ray – he went from country to Christian music. I was more into Garth Brooks at the time but read that he too became a liberal dingbat. In fact, if I were to purge my old music collection of these deep-ended entertainers, i’d have nothing left but my classicals. Politics – it’s toxic to those who try to play the game but don’t understand what they’re doing. The only thing i’d like to do with these people is play poker – lol. Thanks for the info.

    3. Publicity, in and of itself, seems to act like a drug. People will do anything for it and taking a potentially unpopular stand is out of the question.

    4. My books could use some more publicity, though. Not that it would give me a swelled head. I shall always remain the same humble, wonderful, literary genius I have always been. (Wish I could get Clifton Webb to speak that line!)

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