Americans, tired of "gridlock," have done the logical thing by voting into total power a party which has loudly, and quite publicly, vowed to bring down the President by any means possible. (Or, no one listens to Rachel.)
Gee, that'll stop the gridlock! You go, Americans!
By the way, how much does Google make in kickbacks through its lamentable habit of fixing Google Images so that it functions as a shill for the latest Hollywood "memes"? I plug in "clowns," and up pop two pages of the evil-clown faces so popular at the moment, as opposed to a reasonably balanced array of clowns of different types from different eras. God forbid a Google search teach us something, or serve the purposes of historical research, or anything that sappy and unprofitable.
When did clowns exclusively become Hollywood's latest, and quite grotesque, incarnation thereof? I know, I know--Google is simply going with the crowd. It's erring on the side of that horrifying, brain-eating construct known as "most popular." Google apparently envisions itself as the proverbial mirror of popular taste and perception, and to heck with functioning as an educational tool. The Internet is here to entertain, to reassure us that what we "know" is all there is to know. Don't think, just surf.
Well, at least "gridlock" and party strife are over in the U.S.
Oh, I gave up on clowns but had better luck with "idiots partying":