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  • KenH

    So hilarious , Jannie-toots
    If your RAT pals aren’t careful, they are going to get a face-to-face meeting with the REAL God. Keep going though. I’m sure nothing bad will happen with the RATS screaming infantile racist actions. Nothing at all

  • Pamela

    Demoncrats never could add

    • Grunt GI

      They can only add when it comes to collecting tax money.

      • epilitimus

        Apparently not since they keep coming up short.

        Or maybe it’s the subtraction part they have a problem with. It is after all a key milestone on mathematics when you understand negative numbers.

  • JTC

    It is a formula, more leftist than just Democrat though.

    They want to make something from nothing on Russia, but it’s just one element of their prevent policy. Any effort or initiative must be obstructed at any and all cost, to make nothing from something. Complicit, gopes and dims alike.

  • JohninMd.(Help!?!!)

    Have you noticed, the policy and strategy of the Left is not driven by the DNC lately. As Linbaugh has pointed out, it’s coming out of the Media. Instead of being the fathful lackeys, the media is calling the shots, and the pols are going along with it…..

    • eon

      The media, academia, and the “pressure groups” are running the party now. The DNC is no longer in control; they’re answerable to the likes of BLM, ACORN, Soros, and all the campus radicals.

      They should have expected this, because it’s exactly the way they seized control of the party from the old line Dems in the 1960s and 1970s. They just never expected that it would happen to them in their turn.

      The Dems’ leadership average older than the GOPe’s, but not by much. I have a sneaking suspicion that at age 71 now, Donald Trump will very likely be the last POTUS of his generation in either party. Simply because the others are going to start dying off soon, whether they want to or not.

      Pelosi will go kicking and screaming. Hillary will go kicking, screaming, and demanding to kill one last randomly-selected victim.

      And thanks to the way that they have spent the last forty years savagely purging anyone who might conceivably challenge them for power, the Dems’ fanatic leadership clique’ has no “bench”. They have flunkies like Ossoff who can parrot the slogans, but put in a command slot they are at best going to be paralyzed or at worst emulate their active-stupid Fearless Leaders. (See “Gen. Kurt von Hammerstein-Equord”.)

      The Democratic party is on the verge of another schism, rather like that in the old Democratic Republican uniparty in the 1830s and 1840s that created the modern Democratic party, and the “other” party, first called the Whigs and then the Republicans.

      As with the results of that schism (sectarian violence from the 1850s to 1860, and open war from 1861 to 1865), I expect this one will be violent as well.

      clear ether

      eon

      • Maj Arkay

        You appear to be maligning a German officer who was very vocal in his opposition to the Nazis, who made a point of using his position to pass information via his children so Jews could be warned before arrest. His children were part of the German resistance. He died of cancer in 1943, and the family refused an official funeral because it involved the Nazi flag over his coffin. They even “forgot” Hitler’s wreath when they moved his coffin from Berlin to the family cemetery. Two sons were part of an assassination plot, but escaped Germany. His wife and two younger children ended the war in a concentration camp.

        Von Hammerstein was no Nazi flunky, nor was he paralyzed.

        • eon

          Actually, I was referring to this;

          “I divide my officers into four classes; the clever, the lazy, the industrious, and the stupid. Most often two of these qualities come together. The officers who are clever and industrious are fitted for the highest staff appointments. Those who are stupid and lazy make up around 90% of every army in the world, and they can be used for routine work. The man who is clever and lazy however is for the very highest command; he has the temperament and nerves to deal with all situations. But whoever is stupid and industrious is a menace and must be removed immediately!”

          -General Kurt von Hammerstein-Equord

          IMHO, we could use a few more leaders like him.

          cheers

          eon

          • Arkelk

            Thank you. I had read this many years ago and only vaguely remembered it. I hadn’t known where to look for it.

      • JTC

        All of those pressure groups are tools, Soros maybe being closest to the godhead but he ain’t actually it. But yes those tools are doing pre-emptive work, media pretty much killed hills when they derided her blame game instead of supported it, and pelexit is being plotted as we speak:

        http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/pelosi-faces-heat-from-democrats-after-georgia-loss/ar-BBD0zFL?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp

        Who is the next darling puppet? Hard to say and almost irrelevant; far more scary to comtemplate who or what is really in control, because as mentioned before it ain’t just the dims that are under its spell.

        • Halley

          The urge to punish, enslave or kill the achievers and creators – in other words, the Left’s core motivation – may be a dark urge inherent to our species predating modern politics by many millennia. It seems to be what controls them now, in any case.

      • JTC

        @ eon,

        “As with the results of that schism (sectarian violence from the 1850s to 1860, and open war from 1861 to 1865), I expect this one will be violent as well.”

        schism: (skism or shism) n.

        A split or division between strongly opposed sections or parties, caused by differences in opinion or belief; the secession of a group owing to doctrinal and other differences.

        syn: division · split · rift · breach · rupture · break · separation · severance · chasm · gulf · discord · disagreement · dissension

        As exactly parallel and as deadly accurate as to our history and prophetic of our future as ever you’ll see in a single word.

  • The most stupid are those that continue to believe proven falsehoods. Every time throughout history their beliefs are attempted, it is not long before collapse, or at least major downfall. Then human nature comes to the fore, and the basic theory of capitalism returns. And there is then recovery, or the creation of a new entity.

  • Bill G

    A belief in “Money for nothin and chicks for free” is the reason the democrat party is in Dire Straits.
    Meanwhile, down in Georgia, Handel has forced the liberals to look elsewhere for a new Messiah.

    • DASTARDLY DAN

      Bill G wins the comments today!

    • AlexJ

      Winner, Winner! Chicken dinner!

      Best comment of the day, Sir

    • WayneM

      Well done, Bill G!!

    • JTC

      MFN was incredibly visionary, a critique not just of the recipients of it but the sheeple who idolized and funded them…

      See the little faggot with the earring and the make up
      Yeah buddy that’s his own hair
      That little faggot got his own jet airplane
      That little faggot he’s a millionaire.

      It was a warning, but the leftists took it as a map.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Sorry, Jan. DildoCrats are NOT God, or even god. Try looking in The Other Direction. There’s a good reason they’re often called DemonRats.

    • Norm

      “Sarcasm”

  • WayneM

    Recently a political pundit on Rebel Media observed that we should stop calling the Dems liberals since their actions are patently illiberal. The appropriate political movement is called progressivism or globalism… or, their ultimate for, the Borg.

    • cfm56dash7

      I prefer ‘statists,’ those who look to the state for solutions to all problems. The bad news is that both parties fall afoul of this classification, though one does so more often than the other.
      Put me down for decentralized control and decision making and paring back authority in DC to the point that it really doesn’t matter what nut-job we send there. Said public servant won’t have any power to put his or her idiot ideas into meaningful effect.

      • JTC

        “…decentralized control and decision making and paring back authority in DC…”

        Kind of a new Confederation of states? 😉

      • John

        The “Liberals” have been illiberal for over a century, becoming progressively more statist until nothing remained of any defense of liberty. It’s why the term Libertarian was invented in the first place, to restore the honor of what is now called “Classical Liberalism”.
        To European eyes even our Conservatives are Liberals because of our defense of the Enlightenment codified in the Constitution we hold so dear.
        It has come to the point that Progressivism can rightly be called the Counter-Enlightenment in any fair analysis. The Progs merely wish to substitute the Divine Right of Bureaucracy for the Divine Right of Kings. (Not that there ever was much difference.)

  • Johnny Z

    When will the left realize that who they now hate and fear the most is the person most likely to win. If they dislike the person that much, than they must be the right person for the job.

  • Grunt GI

    Well, yes, as I always say “If it weren’t for double standards, the left would have no standards at all.”

  • DonS

    Chris’ been readin’ Scott Adams’ blog…

    • JTC

      Or Scott Adams been readin’ DBD…

  • PCNotMe

    $50M spent, no happy ending, damn.

    • Pamela

      I thought the going street rate for a happy ending was around $100.00.
      With toes getting sucked, an additional $100.00.

  • Dread

    I havent had much to say here lately, because there is already so much that i agree with. No exception today.

    • Unca Walt

      There it is.

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