PostHeaderIcon Inconvenient Bastard

I feel sorry for this kid:


Like most seasoned political junkies, I first heard about Danney’s inconvenient paternity issues around 25 years ago, when he would have only been about five-years-old. Despite his extraordinary bad luck in parentage, and the pitifully unstable environment of his youth, he seems to have grown into a likable and remarkably responsible young man.

I am sure Hillary and his deadbeat dad would have preferred that his druggy mother had aborted him, so in a way, he is lucky to be alive. Personally, I would recommend that he abandon his quest for Clinton’s acknowledgement, and just get on with making the best he can out of that unwanted life. It is too inconvenient to a couple of ruthless grifters, who likely would have no compunction whatever, in arranging another after-birth abortion. â—„Daveâ–º


6 Responses to “Inconvenient Bastard”

  • Chris says:

    Hey maybe Bubba is a father after all.

    • The evidence was pretty compelling 25 years ago. State Troopers confirmed his affinity for this particular prostitute, and the monthly delivery of cash, which seemed to suggest he acknowledged his paternity at the time. That all changed once he decided to run for POTUS. â—„Daveâ–º

    • LOL… sorry, Chris; that sailed right over my head at first. You are undoubtedly referring to Chelsea Hubble. 😀

      Funny, since when I first watched this clip, I thought about how he was foolish to want to adopt Hillary as his step-mom, and flat out wrong to consider Chelsea his sister. He has no blood relationship to either of them. 😉 â—„Daveâ–º

  • Chris says:

    Holy smokes! A like button AND social share? Good God man what’s happening to you?

    • I guess I am trying to catch up with the Alt-Right kids. Social media will be where they plan and organize the next American Revolution / Civil War (same thing). Just in case I survive that long, I don’t want to miss out. 😀 â—„Daveâ–º

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