Scaramouche

Straight from the first paragraph of Wikipedia’s page.

Scaramuccia (literally “little skirmisher”), also known as Scaramouche or Scaramouch, is a stock clown character of the Italian commedia dell’arte (comic theatrical arts). The role combined characteristics of the zanni (servant) and the Capitano (masked henchman). Usually attired in black Spanish dress and burlesquing a don, he was often beaten by Harlequin for his boasting and cowardice.

This is so scary. But why would anyone, even the ruler of a tiny little tinpot town in Fairyland want to use a clown to be his spokesman? Actually Shakespeare would in one of his comedies.

Oh but wait! Here’s more.

Anthony Scaramucci  is the chosen spokesman for the ruler of a country that wishes to be made ‘great again’. Yes great again! That is a clear and unambiguous statement that recognises that it is not great at the moment. So it is obvious that a country that has lost its grandeur must scrape the bottom of the barrel.

Family does not need to be drawn into this. Soon we will learn who in the media has class and who doesn’t. No further comments on this.

Don’t worry,Mr Scaramucci, you made it very clear who has class and who hasn’t.

I hope I haven’t offended anyone.

16 comments

  1. You mentioned on my reblog about Jack Hodge that you had trouble correcting the name on your blog – I think this will help….
    If you need to change the spelling of the name, go to MY SITE at the top-left of your blog and click on USERS, in there you should be able to clear the first name of Paol and correct it.

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    • I did go there GP and changed the spelling, but some parts have stayed the same. However, since the name was used by me as a way of hiding it from the trolls who were causing so much trouble I think I might as well let it be. But thank you very much for your concern.

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  2. It’s difficult enough with DT in the WH. The relief that Scaramucci been sent packing is palpable. What comes next? At least it isn’t DT on steroids (aka Scaramucci). Not that the alternatives are promising….

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