Watch: ABC Tries To Get Dolly To Diss Donald – Here’s Dolly’s Response

There was one line, in particular, they were really hoping Dolly would use on Trump…

… they got a lesson in class instead.

Hollywood and the ‘News’ Media (D) have got it in their heads that the very most important thing they can do any time they are in public, is to slam the President.

They must think it’s some sort of a public service or something.

And they trot out the same tired line that they have thrown at EVERY conservative since God-knows-when.

That was before the anti-Conservative slur had snowballed to include ‘homophobe’ and some of the other flavors-of-the-week.

ABC: The sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical portrayed so effectively in (9 to 5) by actor Dabney Coleman hasn’t exactly disappeared from the culture. We have a president of the United States who said the things on that bus.

DOLLY: I’m not addressing that; I do not get into that. Of course, I have my opinion about everybody and everything, but I learned a long time ago keep your damn mouth shut if you want to stay in show business. I’m not in politics, I am an entertainer.

ABC: And yet you’re also a role model.

DOLLY: Yes, I am. That’s why I don’t talk about people.

Watch from the 3-minute mark:


I don’t talk about people, she says.

She’s an entertainer, and knows it. She seems to agree with the ‘shut up and sing’ mindset.

She doesn’t have anything to prove. Her long list of commendable actions and philanthropy speak for her.

Wow, what a refreshing air of professionalism.

Not feeling a need to ‘talk about people’? Can you imagine?

If only our ‘news’ people felt the same way about baseless gossip that they do.

They might stop getting called out as ‘fake news’.’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:

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This shirt is sure to liven up the party. It doesn’t have just ONE controversial statement, but TWO. With Jesus in the mix, it could nearly start a riot.

Which, if you’ve read the book, was pretty much what would happen when Jesus swept into town, anyway. But which part of the shirt will get people more heated?

Jesus kicking ass? Some people actually have a problem with that?

Set aside the fact that he’s returning as a conquering king:

Now out of His mouth goes a sharp sword, that with it He should strike the nations. And He Himself will rule them with a rod of iron.

Even in his time here, he was hardly the hippie-dippie gentle Jesus that pacifists would paint him as. He told his followers to ‘buy a sword’.

He swaggered into the temple like he owned the place. Because He does.

He saw the contempt the merchants and swindlers had for the real significance of the house — and he started braiding a whip.

A WHIP! Then he started, literally, cleaning house.

And before the Fundamentalists get too pleased with themselves… do you know what his very FIRST miracle was?

Turning water into wine.

No, dear. Not ‘grape juice’. Are you kidding? What self-respecting wedding host would have fallen for Welches?. The steward of the feast called it ‘the good stuff’. As in the quality vintage.

Why? Because a wedding is to be celebrated, with wine.

Just how much did Jesus ‘approve’ or ‘disapprove’ of wine?

Let’s flip the question back on the teetotalers: do the words ‘drink this in remembrance of me’ ring any bells?

Now that we’ve answered THAT question… Cheers!

You can stir the pot in both women’s:

And men’s styles:

Like Clash? Like Clash.

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