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Monday, May 2, 2016

The Future Democrat Party

Actually it's the present democrat party too

38 comments:

  1. I think I see Dave Miller there in the picture playing the tamberine

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    1. Hahaha I am sure the parents are behind these future democrat voters egging them on like the Taliban does
      So the dems have this group of lovelies and felons.
      And the left has the gall to talk about Trump supporters?

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    2. Johnny Pee Good (but doesn't spell good), do you mean, tambourine ?

      May I suggest matriculation at the Rusty Chucklenuts Spelling and Salirophilia Academy.

      Financial aid is available. Call the admissions desk and mention, Ducky.

      Radical Redass can assure you that all rest rooms are transgender accessible.

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    3. Live to scorn, to sneer, bely

      Quack the reeling midnight through

      For tomorrow you may die,

      But, Alas! you never do!

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  2. Drumpf sure has a way of brining out the best in folks.

    Just imagine if he gets himself elected prenit. Within two years he'll have the majority of the USA and the rest of the world viewing him in exactly the same way as these folks.

    All one can say is Oy Vey!

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    1. ...because they currently hold Obama in such high esteem.

      How do you spell ISIL?

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    2. Farmer , how much time do you spend on Youtube?

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    3. Live to scorn, to sneer, and lie

      Quack the reeling midnight through

      For tomorrow you may die,

      But, Alas! you never do!

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    1. Yes, but Obama, himself, is a puppet too, Lisa.

      The country is run by the moguls who own and operate the enemedia.

      Worse than that the media moguls too are owned and operated by The Oligarchs.

      What we see every day on "The News" is nothing but a Punch and Judy Show put on to DISTRACT us from what is REALLY going on.

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  4. RN blames Trump for little kids giving the middle finger yelling eff you punta.
    Did you blame Obama for the rise of the TeaParty?

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  5. Hey wise one, please direct me to the comment where I blamed Drumpf for a god damn thing.

    He is an idiot, a liar, a misogynist, a zenaphobe, a extreme nationalist, and in general a POS. Yup, I said that because it is the truth. But blame him for how those folks acted? Nah. But like I said, The Drumpf brings out the best in people.

    I hope he gets the nomination. The satisfaction milions will experience seeing him LOSE the general will be the most rewarding spectacle in years.

    No, I blame GWB and nitwits for the rise of the TeaPublicans. But I agrre with this, the USA derseves what it has reaped from from the TP part and if The Drumpf gets elected we will deserve whatever disaster he foists on the nation.

    Have a good day now ya hear?

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    1. Do you REALLY believe all that about Mr. Trump, Les? I might believe of slimy Senator CRUZ, but not of Trump.

      I'm afraid you may have been hanging out with the wrong crowd too long.

      Walk through mud, and you're likely to track brown streaks all over your carpets.

      Lie down with dogs, you'll get up with fleas, and all that.

      Like those ignorant little children in the video we're all dealing entirely too much in garish, mean-spirited caricatures agenda-driven manipulators have drawn for us.

      I'm not at all sure that Mr. Trump could "save" us, but I am absolutely POSITIVE that H. Rodham Clinton will DESTROY us, if we give her the chance, God forbid.

      Since virtually every DEMOCRAT I know acts as though he is madly in love with John KASICH, that convinces me that a President Kasich would be anathema.

      The very LAST thing we need is yet-another member of the GOP Establishment sure to carry on in the tradition of Gerald Ford, Bob Dole, John McCain, George H.W. Bush, "Dubya" Bush, and Mitt Romney.

      A President Trump might be a gamble, but isn't a gamble is better than sponsoring Certain Death?

      I think you have to be a New Yorker to read Mr. Trump accurately. Mr. Sanders, Marxist though he may well be, has MANY of the SAME attributes as Mr. Trump. They are both New Yorkers.

      It just might be that the particular brand of brashness, toughness, tactlessness, sarcasm and bravado which characterizes New Yorkers is JUST what this nation needs at this time.

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    2. RN still can't spell, but that doesn't stop him from using those big insult words.

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  6. Shit, piss, and corruption, blood and snot
    Five-hundred assholes tied in a knot
    Ten pounds of lizard shit frosting the cake
    Please, dear God, won't you give us a break?


    ~ Slyvia Platt

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  7. Donald Trump crushes Lyin Ted in Indiana. To all the nimrods from Boston Piggies chat room who, since last summer have been predicting just how Mr.Trump will never get the Republican nomination.....see my thumb,boy you're dumb.
    Now these same goofs will be running around like their hair's on fire predicting just how badly Crooked Hillary will beat Mr.Trump in the general. They will point to recent poll's not realizing Jimmy Carter had a 30 point lead on Reagan in 1980.....hmmm, what happened then.

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  8. RN can't you come up with mire original terms other than idiot, a liar, a misogynist, a zenaphobe, that you get get from all the leftwing sites.
    I agree FT . Trump is worth a gamble because the stakes aren't nearly as high as they would be with Obama's 3rd term

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  9. Rusty and there are many people that still haven't been polled.
    I talk to a lot of people. My sister who is an attorney ,
    Who never voted republican is voting for Trump.My friend Donna who always votes democrat also is voting for Trump.My Dentist and my mom's doctor is voting for Trump. My neighbor is a registered democrat just switched parties to vote for Trump in the primaries.And my other friend who never voted just registeted to vote Trump

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    1. So six people Lisa knows are voting for Trump. Impressive.

      27 Republicans who won’t back Trump as nominee

      AP Poll: Negative view of Trump nears 70 percent

      Highest negatives (that's people who hate his guts) than any GOP nominee for president in recent history.

      And 80% of Hispanics view Trump unfavorably. No candidate has won a general election with thos negatives.

      But, there's always Lisa's six friends who are all in for Trump. So there's that.

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    3. Shut up idiot everyone else I know were already voting for Trump.

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    4. There was an old man from Savannah
      Who died in a curious manner:
      He whittled a hole
      In a telephone pole
      And electrified his banana.

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  10. Current headlins at DRUGE REPORT"

    FLASH: TRUMP WINS INDIANA IN LANDSLIDE...
    PHOTO FINISH DEMS... DEVELOPING...

    INDIANA

    *TRUMP 54% CRUZ 36% KASICH 8%
    SANDERS 50.9% CLINTON 49.1%


    Let's see if these numbers hold up till tomorrow morning.

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    1. There was an old man from Rangoon
      Whose farts could be heard on the moon
      When least you'd expect 'em
      They'd roar from his rectum
      With the force of a Burma typhoon!

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  11. See Lisa, goofs like this Michael's Curly Onions are beginning to worry. They can continue to whistle past the grave yard knowing they have a flawed candidate who just got beaten by a 75 year old communist in Indiana.

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  12. Yes they are afraid,very afraid

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  13. The future democrat party looks much more controlled than the current democrap party people :)

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  15. I must admit FreeThinke Drumpf is not an idiot, as least not by the conventional definition of idiocy anyway.

    As for the remainder, yes, I do believe he is a misogynist, a xenophobe, and an extreme nationalist along the lines of many right wing nationalist throughout history. He is also a populist, and, at time reminded me of George Wallace.

    Drumpf has the distinction of being the least honest of the republicans that were in the race. Therefore I do not believe or trust most of what comes out of his mouth. Not that dishonesty is a unique characteristic for many politicians of either party.

    As a fiscal conservative and a social libertarian I have concerns with both HRC and Drumpf. Hillary may be more conservative with the people’s money than Drumpf would be but likely would invest more of the people’s money in, well, the people. Either of them will spend like a true Keynesian, the difference being how the money is spent. Drumpf would build walls and likely spend trillions on making the most powerful and effective military in the world (USA) even more powerful and effective. Neither would knowingly put the country at great risk.

    Drumpf quite likely would impose more restrictions on civil liberties while arguing we should trade our liberties for more security, something a great Founding Father, Ben Franklin, wisely advised against. Further, Drumpf in the name of religious freedom, is likely to nominate SCJ’s that would overturn many gains our citizens have achieved in civil rights. Hillary certainly would not do that.

    At this point I do not know with absolute certainty for whom I will cast my ballot. I am willing to listen to what Drumpf has to say going forward. If he is able to intelligently speak to the issues that concern MOST Americans, if his statements can be identified as truthful, if his plans are deemed sound by credible experts, and, this is a BIG ONE, he can convince we why I should believe him who knows?

    If the vote were being held today, having heard what I have heard, seen what I have seen, and with the many doubts I would not cast a vote for Drumpf for anything. Except a reality show host.

    As for the crowd I hang with? Well, I assure you that is my decision and I make decisions not on who I hang with but rather based on what my two eyes see and what my two ears hear.


    Further FreeThinke I have had my fill of walking through the mud on multiple conservative/reactionary weblogs. Additionally, I lie down only with my wife, and I can assure you my wife is far more sophisticated and cultured than most.

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  16. In other words, Europe has plenty of its own problems to deal with. But with these problems has come the rise of a number of Trump-style right-wing populists. Indeed, one of the things you realize when you cross the Atlantic is that Trumpism isn’t as purely American a phenomenon as it appears from up close. Save perhaps Silvio Berlusconi, the disgraced former Prime Minister of Italy, there is no exact European equivalent to the brash New York billionaire, but the larger forces that have propelled Trump to the brink of the Republican Party’s Presidential nomination—nationalism, nativism, disillusionment with the economic results of globalization, fear of terrorism, cynicism about career politicians—are just as strong in Europe, perhaps stronger.

    We ain't alone.

    SOURCE

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  17. BIGOTRY

    Intolerance toward those who hold different opinions from oneself:

    Intolerance of any point of view not one’s own.

    Bias, prejudice, fanaticism, chauvinism, provincialism, narrow-mindedness

    the practice of holding very strong, unreasoning opinions coupled with an unqullingness to consider the views of others

    Obstinate or blind attachment to a particular creed, or to certain tenets; unreasonable zeal or warmth in favor of a party, sect or opinion; excessive prejudice.


    Miss Piss Pot, Ducky, and The Registered Nurse display ALL of these objectionable characterisitics in their relentless series of obnoxious assaults on this and other blogs. However, like most raging fanatics of their kind they are blissfully unaware of their own faults, and must, therefore, be regarded more as objects of pity than contempt.

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