Fauntleroy and Flossy – Missile Envy

Updated on February 15, 2017

“Oh, Fauntleroy, get away from the mirror,” Flossy said, while flipping the page in her fashion magazine. “I am sure your missile is bigger than Kim Jong-un’s.” After ten years she knew what he wanted to hear. “Comrade MickFlint, has outlived his usefulness. You are going to need an American Gulag Archipelago. Maybe a God awful place like Arizona or California.” She smiled to herself. “You can clean out the cities and send all undesirables, lib-tards and dissenters out of our country. America for American’s, will that fit on a baseball cap?”

Fauntleroy glanced over at Flossy.

“Darling, is it true you are still walking around admitting massive voter fraud? Couldn’t that leave you open for a new honest election to be held?” She flipped the page and saw a $200.00 bottle of cologne she would order. “Why can’t we just all get along?”

Fauntleroy glanced over at Flossy. “Get a pad to keep track on. I gathered up 168 crazed mass-murdering immigrants over the weekend in Pomona. Start with 11,000,000 and subtract 168. How many weekends will it take to get rid of all of them?” He smiled. He enjoyed teasing his imported designer wife.

“Do you have to pay Con-Con Connie more money when she endorses Model T.’s products on TV? That was a nice prime time commercial. I heard three more stores dropped her line since she did that.” Flossy flipped the page.

“Did you hear about that dam in California? They evacuated 188,000 people. You can bet if Anglo-Saxon’s built that dam there would not be a problem with it.” He laughed, “Just when they thought their drought was over, the water is all going to run down the state and go to waste. Serves them all right.” He glanced at his watch. “Say it one more time before I go.”

Flossy gave him, her I don’t understand look.

“You know, I love to hear you say it.”

“I don’t want to say it.”

“I’m not leaving until you say it.”

With that threat hanging over her, she leaned forward, puckered her lips and said, “Benghazi.”

Con-con Connie met him at the door. She handed him a paper and said, “They got brother Frank. They found him by the bank of a river.”

They both walked down the hall humming the Tom Dooley song. Fauntleroy finally spoke, “Find me a National Security Advisor, someone not on Put-Baby’s payroll. Is there anyone?”

“In this town, Mein president?” She paused, “What about me? Me, me, me!!!”


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    • mckbirdbks profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Hi Martie - Yes, this certainly was full of ....humor. Happy Sunday.

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      Martie Coetser 

      3 years ago from South Africa

      Your sense of humor shines!

    • mckbirdbks profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Hi Bill - Thank you. One done, five to go.

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      Bill Holland 

      3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      The wheels on the bus go round and round except, of course, when they fall off, which we are witnessing firsthand. Isn't it enjoyable? Painful, really, but necessary. And oh, by the way, I love your work.

    • mckbirdbks profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Hello Shy - I will never understand how all those yelling, screaming and investigating the Secretary of State are now quiet as church mice. The opposition party is a group with complete disregard for anything but themselves and their personal power. People be damned, even those that vote for them.

      The press, I feel will get to the bottom of this Russian connection. There will be more sacrifices along the way and finally the oval office will be turned over to the next in line.

      I better make some more popcorn :)

    • mckbirdbks profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Hello Genna - I hope the media has discovered that the administration is a pack of pit bulls hired to bark and snarl. They need to focus on what they can prove and keep publishing. Mayne some of the people who believe in him will see what we see and demand a refund. The 'normal' stomach turning stance of the opposite party would be better than we are all dealing with now.

      That he is all about what is legal, only applies when it benefits them. We can see that in his disgust for the courts, if they disagree with him (them).

      "The only truth is what comes out of the inner circle." Those mumblings came out of his inner circle.

      My goodness. They do not even think we can hear.

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      Shyron E Shenko 

      3 years ago from Texas

      Mike and Genna, great show, I'll have some of what the two of you are having - pass the popcorn please [;-}

      What a terrible thing most people do not know "During the George W. Bush period, there were 13 attacks on various embassies and consulates around the world. Sixty people died.” But, no body used that as political leverage against him and nobody blamed him or his Secretary of State for those attacks.

      Nobody reported that the crew sent to help the consulate in Benghazi was held up at the Benghazi Airport. just hours BEFORE the attack.

      I have to get off my soapbox before I fall and break a leg.

      Mike keep this going please as Ruby says it gives us hope, thank you for that.

      Blessings always

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      Genna East 

      3 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      Hi Mike...

      Nixon and Watergate pale in comparison to what might have happened (emphasis on "might" as in all fairness we don't yet know the details) between Russia and Trump/Campaign. Now, it appears the President is trying to stonewall the press. He's all about "what is legal" regarding the leaks and could care less about ethics. If it hadn't been for Woodward and Bernstein, we would never have known about Watergate. And there were clearly laws broken when they were given information, aka "leaks." Well, Mr. Trump, welcome to the beauty of the US Constitution, our First Amendment, sound investigative reporting and living in a country that doesn't muzzle the press.

      Please pass the popcorn. :-)

    • mckbirdbks profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Hello Genna - Never in history has an administration, or a political party, shown so little regard for the people of the country or the constitution. Everyone is glued to their tv sets wondering what will be next.

      Immigration officers are making random stops to find, 'the bad ones' - what kind of stupid plan is that?

      The whole staff appears to have communists ties. One has publicly stated he is a Leninist. 'Just that' should be enough to get him shown the door.

      Con Con Connie is next to go. Once the media stops putting her on the air, she will have out run her usefulness. Several outlets have taken that position. It is wonderful to see the media step up there resolve.

      Rex Tillerson, has long business ties with Russia. In a world run on fossil fuels that, I guess, should be expected. Did I read he got a 250 million golden parachute from Exxon? Nice parachute.

      I wonder if the administration thought the whole country would stop and watch what they have in mind?


      Yes, let's make some popcorn and watch the show!!!!!

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      Genna East 

      3 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      Mike your creative mind knows no bounds...luckily for us. :-) And I love the Thomas Jefferson quotation.

      Conway...and "Mien President." I still chuckle over that one. I suspected that when she began her strange tweets, challenging her boss's possible choice of Mitt Romney for SOC, how it oddly dovetailed with Russia's agenda (with Putin, undoubtedly gulping, "Romney -- is he serious?") since Mitt is a known hardliner with Moscow. Actually, Romney was Jared Kushner's idea, and then later, Rex Tillerson. Then again I could be waaay off. Haven't been yet, but I'm still waiting for Trump and Company to surprise me.

      Flynn was always a nightmare, waiting in the wings. Who will be next to fly over the cuckoos nest? Good grief. If this all weren't so serious, I'd pull up a chair along the Colonnade, grab my beloved popcorn and watch the show.

    • mckbirdbks profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      Hello Ruby - It is good to hang onto hope. A funny thing, in the last 30 days, my hubpage site has been visited 22 times from yandex.ru. According to the 'traffic sources' button in your account. They are in Russia - so, people are watching us here in the U.S.

      If a Democrat was accused of anything like what the administration is doing, the house and Senate would be building public scaffolds for the hanging. Yet the reptiles remain silent.

      I just saw that Putin controls all news medias in Russia. The administration is pushing for that same results. I saw an open letter from the media to the administration that basically said, you can't shut us out, we have ways to get at what is happening and we are watching you. I think the media and the judiciary have been underestimated.

      No, ABC or SNL have called. Maybe, I'll call them. haha

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      3 years ago from Southern Illinois

      Mike you have given me hope here in this piece that America will wake up and hold an election that will make us proud once again. I'm not talking about Hillary, she had her chance and blew it. Benghazi hurt her, plus the " Deplorable " remark. I sincerely hope she and Bill will rest and live a quiet life. She might even want to bake some cookies! It looks like many people Trump selected to run OUR government had close ties to Russia. I can see why Trump hates the news media. Freedom of press is a wonderful asset, and we're in danger of losing it if he gets his way. I wonder what event will happen this week? Whatever, you will cover it and make we the readers laugh and cry a little. Has ABC called you yet?


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