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Friday, January 22, 2016

Liberal Racism,Well Said


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  1. I personally believe that the DNC knows that the Pig in a Pantsuit is toast and will soon bring in either Elizabeth Warren, or Joe Biden.
    In any case, I'll take Donald Trump any day over the liberal Hag.
    I don't understand why this shameless Heifer isn't behind bars right now..

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  2. Shaw Kenawe said...
    Isn’t it Hilariously, that no one spoke in Trump’s defense during three hours of debate in the British Parliament about barring him from the country (The Donald can still go to the U.K.).

    The British think he's a buffoon and a fool and hundreds of thousands of them wanted to ban him from entering their country. Just the sort of president to make all Americans proud!

    He's hated all over Europe!
    The Trumper's negatives are really, really high!
    Donald Trump Is Really Unpopular With General Election Voters
    Most Americans really don’t like the guy.

    The conservative National Review launched a broadside against Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Thursday, publishing a scathing editorial that called the billionaire "a menace to conservatism."

    "Trump is a philosophically unmoored political opportunist who would trash the broad conservative ideological consensus within the GOP in favor of a free-floating populism with strong-man overtones," the editors say in the beginning of the piece.

    The magazine blasted Trump as clueless on foreign policy — inconsistent on how he would fight the terror group ISIS and too accepting of praise from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    "He is fixated on stealing Iraq's oil and casually suggested a few weeks ago a war crime — killing terrorists' families — as a tactic in the war on terror," the editors wrote.
    I don't respect a group of people so shallow that they'd support a family that they'd denigrate and reject if it were a liberal family or a liberal candidate,( but with Trump's baggage) they'd annihilate with damnation and ridicule if he and his wife were auditioning to be the First Family.
    It called Trump's plan to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants as beyond the capacity of the government."
    What did Trump hope to gain from Palin's endorsement. She has a 27% approval rating with voters -- the GOPers don't like her! Herpes is more popular than she is
    And finally, the Trumper gets the Pancakehead (Sarah Palin’s) Endorsement!
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    ALL THIS AND DONALD TRUMP IS IN FIRST PLACE....HMMM..

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  3. I find it odd that they allow Muslim gov't sucking trouble makers in their country but Trump is he real threat,geez!
    of course the left is always grasping at straws and everyone is onto them. Must be killing them

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    1. You need an editor, Lisa.

      The Radical Redass Academy of Prose and Eproctophilia may be accepting new students.

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    2. Sadly true, Lisa. We used to say, "There will always be an England," but from the perverted, pusillanimous pap and pretentious moral posturing we see from the few Britishers who post at our blogs today, our once-proud Mother Country long ago began the sick process of committing ETHNIC and CULTURAL SUICIDE via Poisonous Precepts from the Progressives.

      England isn't even called "England" any more. It's now the UK. I guess former red-blooded Englishmen and women now refer to themselves as UKITES.

      Makes me want to pUKe. (:-o

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  4. The Republican party is in full panic mode right now. As we inch closer and closer to the first presidential primaries, Donald Trump hasn’t gone away. In fact, most polls show his numbers at all-time highs. If you’re a rational Republican (yes, they do exist) you know there’s no way your party can go into 2016 with Trump as your candidate and expect to win.
    Despite popular belief, Republican voter turnout would be low: Yes, the “base” will be highly enthusiastic and rabid for a “President Trump” – but almost nobody else within the party will be. Politicians with future ambitions to either extend their careers, or advance them in some other way nationally, are not going to want to risk being tied in with Trump. Not only that, I’ve spoken to more than a few moderate to fairly conservative Republican friends who’ve told me they won’t vote for him because he’ll destroy their party. As I’ve stated before, I do believe there are more than just a few Republicans who would rather see Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders elected, and focus on winning in 2020, than risk seeing Trump dismantle the GOP from within, potentially doing damage from which they might never recover.
    And another thing, does anybody really respect Sarah Palin on a political level? I know she got popular with the VP nomination that ended up bombing McCains campaign, then used her popularity to start a reality TV show, however, I hear many conservatives talking about this influence that she has... I just don't see it. Listening to her talk is like listening to a mindless robot spitting out conservative talking points to a kindergarten class. Why is Trump putting so much weight on this endorsement?? Is it because they are both Reality TV stars? Can anybody explain this?

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    1. Feel the Bern!

      Sanders' ancestors sure felt the burn...right after they got off the trains!

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  5. Gotta love how loons like this try to blame 'liberals and progressives' when they call out racists. What they mean is: "I hate Political Correctness, I want to be able to use racial slurs, stereotypes and demean a group of people whenever I want to. and if you call me out- YOU'RE the racist." Fuckwads.

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  6. Don't you just hate being exposed for your true colors?

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    1. Obviously, they LOVE IT, Lisa.

      These filthy rotten sons of bitches have no heart, no shame, and no conscience –– at least when it comes to public policy. I know several who are great people to know, but only on a PERSONAL level.

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    2. In YOU case it's more like

      I
      Soak
      In
      Shit

      ____

      I
      Sit
      in
      Shit
      ____

      I'm
      Steeped
      In
      Shit

      ____

      I'm
      Seriously
      In
      Shit

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    3. Amazing how you morons overlook RR 'trains' post. Hypocrites.

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    1. Don't get too near any of them, Michael. Give 'em a wide berth. You never what disease they're carrying. (:-x

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  8. PAT CONDELL may be an atheist and a self-professed liberal, but he's DEAD ON TARGET with his elegantly phrased pronouncements on race.

    And Oh! It's such a joy to hear English spoken beautifully as it is MEANT to be spoken.

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  9. Yes it is a pleasure to hear our language spoken with such clarity and perfect diction. But alas, our culture has succumbed to pop English, street slang, and the perverse elements associated with its devolution.

    As for the general attack on liberals in general and progressives specifically I say poppycock. But the argument, while not wholly true is at least consistent with the conservative lexicon.

    Interesting video in the very least.

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    1. Proving once again the perspicacity of Emerson's adage that "a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of a small mind."

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    2. Who has the meatier tail: Mooch-Hell Ubunga or your wife?

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    3. You do have to acknowledge the kernel of truth in the charge against progressives... the "soft racism" underlying all forms of affirmative action (that, but for our help, minorities will fail and majorities will remain racist).

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    4. I acknowledge that there are racists within all political ideologies. It always has such.

      One of this sites far right conservative commenter represents the overt racism that exists in conservative ideology.

      Is it safe to say you would acknowledge that kernel of truth -FJ?

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    5. I do, the difference being that that democrats continue to support the use of government to perpetuate racism instead of advocating racially blind practices. 50+ years of affirmative action is enough.

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    6. btw - In the interest of full disclosure, I work for an 8A firm that owns property in Alaska equivalent in size to the state of North Dakota. Do yiou think that they really need more government preferred/set-aside contracts?

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    7. DEFINITION of '8(a) Firm'

      A special status given to a firm that is owned and operated by persons deemed to be socially or economically disadvantaged. A business considered an 8(a) Firm is eligible to receive financial assistance, training, mentoring and other forms of assistance. The status is part of a business development program administered by the Small Business Administration (SBA), a United States agency charged with supporting the growth and development of small businesses. It is specifically outlined in Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act, and is designed to help small, disadvantaged businesses compete in the general market.


      Based on the limited information my response is a probably not.

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  11. To say that Hillary sucks and is a very BAD choice is a given and I will do what I have to do; I will not throw away my vote, and vote for He (Hillary) . But I think it's unfair to describe Senator Sanders merely as "a socialist." He is a democratic socialist which can mean different things but probably has little to do with the fear-mongering version of socialism that scares people. I think Bernie Sanders, like FDR and many other presidents, has a common sense approach to restraining the most vicious aspects of capitalism. Yes if Bernie runs, the propaganda will be hot and heavy; added to fact that he is Jewish and people will lose their minds. If nothing else, I wish people would at least be prepared to teach others the truth. It's time to address the fear-mongering propaganda and change this sick two party system. I hope that the future holds something better than just settling for Bernie, but there is no way of my voting for Hillary at this point. She has shown her true colors. I DON’T trust her no matter what she says.
    And Bernie has my vote.

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    1. ^ Lisa, Chaw is copy/pasting her entire useless blog here again...^

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    2. Genuinely intelligent people never talk about how "smart" they are; they simply let it show by the quality of their ideas and the manner in which they express them.

      You, my dear, are not 'smart," you are merely a pushy, audacious, essentially mindless ideologue who obviously gets her ideas from Central Supply Depot for leftist operatives.

      And so far YOU are the ONLY person who has mentioned Bernie's Jewishness.

      In short you are a perfect example of EXACTLY the kind of tactical thinking that Pat Condell so eloquently derides.

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  12. It's depressing and chilling. Humans don't learn from their past, do they. Same hatred, different religion and cultural group. Humans have a fascistic streak in them that, under the right conditions, comes to the surface when the right demagogue comes along. During the GWB administration, plenty of people we angry. Angry at how reckless he and his administration had been in dragging the country into war under false pretenses, angry at putting two wars and a Medicare program on the country's credit card, but instead of choosing a neo-fascist demagogue, we went with a Democrat who appealed to our better angels. And the opposition party has never recovered from that and has wallowed in a miasma of hate, racism, and fear every since. Trump is the outcome of giving into their irrationalities.. And now we see an absolute Idiot as the front-runner for the party of morons doing the exact same thing, and acting as dumb as Bush did. No the never learn from their mistakes.

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    1. but instead of choosing a neo-fascist demagogue, we went with a Democrat who appealed to our better angels.

      This HAS to be a goof. Could anything this stupid really exist? Could they get out of bed without strangling themselves with the sheets?

      Rusty, fess up. It's you pulling our chain right?

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  13. It seems we have met the enemy and it is us JBG. You are correct, humans never really learn from their mistakes, they simply keep making them as leadership changes hands.

    As a people we continue to support the oligarchs and plutocrats that rule us to insure their own special interests are served.

    It comes down to the lesser of two evils and we just keep toggling back and forth between the two sides.

    Maybe if we elect Trump and witnessed the havoc he'll create we'll finally learn our lesson. Trump is the natural result of malcontents and idiots clamoring for a narcissistic demagogue to lead them into their perceived glory days where America is Great Again.

    Anyone else hear the bells of judgement in the distance?


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  14. So you approve of Bernie adding another 20 trillion to tbe credit card?

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    1. Please explain exactly how you arrived at the 20 trillion figure and your once again erroneous conclusion.

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    2. To clarify for the idiot Shackelford... your conclusion which is based on your assumptions is I approve of Sander's economics. An erroneous assumption/conclusion on your part Lisa.

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  16. The Ass-Hole,aka the ex Mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, has already taken steps toward a possible campaign, and has indicated to friends and allies that he would be willing to spend at least $1 billion of his fortune on it, according to people briefed on his deliberations who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss his plans. He has set a deadline for making a final decision in early March, the latest point at which advisers believe Mr. Bloomberg could enter the race and still qualify to appear as an independent candidate on the ballot in all 50 states.
    How stupid can these cross dressers aka Rightwing- leftwing- can't make up their mind idiots get?

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  17. Bloomberg will add some sanity to an otherwise field of insaniacs. Oh yeah, there is Gary Johnson as well.

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  18. Trump is the natural result of malcontents and idiots clamoring for a narcissistic demagogue to lead them

    What a fucking idiot! What a clueless goon! You spew this, without irony, after your kind inflicted us with Ozulu for the last 8 years?

    Hopeless, hapless, 3 toed sloth.

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  19. Three of the largest and most virulent empires in human history were the Muslim, Mongol, and Ottoman Turkish (or the second Muslim, if you prefer) empires. Yet we never hear about them or the fact that Shaka Zulu was one of the biggest mass-murderers to ever walk the face of the planet. No sir, it's only white Europeans who need to expiate and it's getting quite stale frankly.

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    1. Andrew Jackson and Lincoln were great Mass Murderers. Karl Marx was probably the greatest mass murderer of them all, albeit indirectly. [The THOUGHT is FATHER to the DEED.]

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  20. And, yes, after 8 years of one "narcissistic demagogue to lead us" (a dolt who couldn't even manage so much as one Walmart store and yet we elected him twice), maybe Trump isn't the right guy.

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    1. Even given your preponderance of bullsh*t Will I agree. The disaster of GWB's eight years should tell us to steer clear if Trumpf.

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    2. ^Are "your" offspring as stupid as you?^

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    3. They are one hell of a lot smarter than you are Redass. In fact their Canines
      are brighter than you are.

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  22. RN, you ignorant twit..... the WSJ ran a detailed breakdown how Sanders free public schooling....single payer healthcare...increased wages...bank breakups....increased corporate taxes would add 18 trillion to our debt over a ten year period.

    So numbnutz, you owe Lisa an apology.

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    1. I owe Lisa absolutely nothing putz. So kiss off.

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    2. Thanks Rusty . Looks like he got you again RN
      By the way Bernie Sanders adores Castro because he educated Cuban children and gave them healthcare and let's not forget one chicken a month to feed their families

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  24. An early symptom of brain cancer
    
Shows when victims always answer

    Every statement in plain sight

    Hoping to provoke a fight.

    Great comfort from those so afflicted
    
Would arrive were they evicted!


    ~ Anne Animus

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  25. I love it....RN answers to the name numbnutz, at least he knows his place.

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  26. _____ Warrior Clowns _____

    The crowds stopped roaring
    And vacated the arena long ago.
    The spectacle had reached the point
    Where it no longer titillated,
    No longer shocked, depressed,
    Annoyed, or inspired
    Even the faintest semblance
    Of empathy, interest or concern.

    Evening shadows lengthen
    Darkening the tarmac.
    The sky purples, then blackens.
    There is no moon tonight.
    She has taken refuge ––
    Along with the stars ––
    Behind a thick blanket
    Of lowering thunderclouds.

    And still
    The weary gladiators fight on ––
    Unaware that the sweet Release,
    The blessed Relief ––
    The Peace
    ––The Joy––
    Of Death
    Can never overtake
    Warrior-clowns
    Thrusting in futility
    In the vast emptiness
    Of Cyberspace.
    Their Agony shall be
    Eternal.


    ~ FreeThinke

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