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Steve Bannon – The President’s Main Man

Generally accepted physical characteristics of hard-core alcoholics include:

> Broken capillaries on the nose and face (check and check. Big time Rudolph nose and Santa cheeks.)

> Yellowing of the eyes and skin, indicating a potential problem with liver functioning (check – I would say a pasty shade of jaune)

> Breath that smells of alcohol on a consistent basis (can’t smell a picture but – whew -what’s your guess?)

> A marked decrease in attention to personal hygiene such as showering and dental care, resulting in unappealing aesthetics (unappealing – definite check)

> Notable weight loss or weight gain (super double check, definitely porky)

> Dry skin (you can almost see the dandruff cloud)

> Brittle hair and fingernails (hard to say but those nails look pretty stubby to me. And that hair? Probably brittle, but mostly just greasy.)

> A flushed appearance (oh yeah!)

> Evidence of aging more rapidly than usual, such as a sudden increase in wrinkles and age spots (just check out those legs – wrinkles and age spots along with a spider web of varicose veins.)

And I would add a few other things like irrational judgment, impenetrable denial, vicious projection, uncontrolled rage, hate-driven aggression, deep paranoia, grandiose delusions, and needing a drink more than anything else in life.

There have been plenty of alcoholics in positions of power in this world, but few of them are so clearly impaired as Steve Bannon. But I’m willing to bet that his alcoholic cunning – how many hiding places do you think he already has for his booze in the White House – enables him to know just which buttons to push to get His Eminence to blow up the world.

After all, how hard could it be to convince Daffy Don that the Kikes, the Chinks, the Ragheads, the Niggers, the Fags and the Spics are out to get him and that he better get them all first? Now wouldn’t THAT make America great again?

Author: panaceachronicles

Those of us who were young in the fifties, sixties and seventies are now well along in our aging - those of us left, that is. Just as we tried in our youth to find alternative ways of living, learning, cooperating, having fun, and being productive, I think we're destined to replay many of these scenarios in our old age. Ironically, this is when the intense desire for autonomy from centralized systems that arose in our younger days may prove to be the prescription for not just quality of life but for survival itself.

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