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  • KenH

    It is remarkable, that Paul, has been transformed into a Shrill Screaming Bitchbeast just like the original Shillery, with his idiotic “It’s not over!!” screaming.

    I must admit, I have never actually seen someone , live, SLIT their own throat politically so eloquently. He is DONE. Buh-Bye, sonny, your presidential asperations are circling the bowl.

  • capn

    Chris,

    I don’t get it.
    The cartoon is self explanatory the slow response on the Support Drive is my question.

    You didn’t spend my “mite” on a fancy car or something did you?

    Sheesh, Come on people the man has to eat as well as draw. Pitch in.

    Too strong Chris?

    • Unca Walt

      Folks, Chris has got to be supported here… There’s nothing like him out there.

    • Boobie the Rocket Dog

      My checks come at the end of the month and I’m sure I’m not alone.

    • bikermailman

      If he did spend it on a pretty bauble, so what? Once I’ve given my $, it’s his to do with as he wishes.

  • B Woodman

    “Smell this trade bill.”

    – The way that thing “stinks”, it’s a wonder the velociraptors could get their noses anywhere near it.

    – “Trade” bill? What’s being traded besides our sovereignty and freedoms?

  • JTC

    The bug-eyed Ryan caricature is perfect…but is that really Obama in white-face?

    cap’n, if the graph is actually representative, it looks to be about 40% and we’re about 40% into June, so it’s on track. If we get down to the wire and are short, I’ll kick in a little more and try to draw Big Henry into another poker showdown; there’s a place at the table for you too, if you can make it. 🙂

    • I’m there if I am needed.

      • capn

        JTC and TBH,

        If you were to look in the Oxford English Dictionary (with illustrations) next to the definition of impoverished retired sea captain you will see my smiling face. Websters doesn’t allow faces of my caliber in their publication.

        Had I the sheckels I would be more than happy to join your virtual poker game. (Warning I cheat when cornered.)

        bikermailman,
        my quip was a lame attempt at humor obviously the humorous part was the reference to a mite but not everyone knows that particular story. mea culpa.
        Of course Chris can spend it any way he likes as long as its hotdogs and hamburgers and not sirloin with shrimp. My budget won’t cover them. As he knows only too well.

        and to all …
        STILL and all we should be able to fulfill his requirements and show a little improvement over last years outlay it would seem to me. Hence the shout-out to the faithful.

        It might be just a mite but I’M IN. Are YOU?

  • JTC

    As for the ‘raptors, I dunno…are they cannibalistic? ‘Cause those are some true dinosauRs they’re going after there.

    I’ll say this now; if those fucking wingtipped fossils get another of their own species nominated again this go ’round, I will put my I registration to its intended use no matter who the alternative is…I might even go with the Beast instead; there’s something to be said for quick death in lieu of extended terminal illness.

  • LifeofTheMind

    Anyone who even in jest provides any aid or comfort or intimates the possibility of advocating Hillary as President is the enemy. Full stop. John McCain could have sung the International while performing oral sex on Nancy Pelosi and the country would still be better off. There is no excuse for this “They’re Rinos so I’m going home” nonsense. Win the primaries and take over your local parties. If you put 10% of the effort into county level committee politics that you do to complaining then there would be no Rinos. The story last week was that young urban males (hint hint) have said that they are disappointed in Obama and will stay home. We can expect DU operatives to show up as moby trolls again to say “As a life long Republican I cannot tolerate blah blah blah” to counterbalance the loss of core Democratic votes.

    Trade is a good thing and a pig-in-a-poke secret treaty to bind America into an EU type administrative super state is not free trade. The GOP should go to the Democrat’s donors and the industrial unions, that means not government employees, and sell delivering what is really in their interests and America’s once the Democrats are kicked out. In two years we can get a better set of real treaties that increase trade and benefits American workers.

    • I like your fighting spirit, LOTM. The part about batshit-crazy Pelosi, however, not so much (I just threw up in my mouth a little bit).

    • JTC

      “The GOP should go to the Democrat’s donors…” Redundant.

      And if you believe sheep in wolf’s closing is better than an actual wolf, then you are to condemned repeat history. “If it doesn’t work, do it again, harder!”

      Further, maybe get an understanding of ironic hyperbole; an (I) writes in whomever he pleases, and if you’ve read any of my blathering here, you’d know my hatred of the Beast intimately…there will be alternatives to Dims and wannabe Dims with consonants after their names; let’s buy us a vowel, and maybe we can solve this puzzle.

      A RINO is a CINO is a Dim, and I will not (yet again) guarantee a D gets to sit in the big chair again by letting their machine decide who the R on the ticket is.

      • JTC

        …wolf’s “clothing”…effing autospell.

      • JTC,

        There are two battles for the big chair. The first one (for the nomination) is chaotic and tactical in nature. The second is focused and strategic. Personally, I only have enough energy to participate in the final showdown; and, there, my strategy is clear cut (for me).

        I think your strategy (as I understand it) is appropriate for the nomination battle. I don’t think, however, that your strategy is a good fit for the finale. But I respect your goals.

    • jpm100

      The Rinos get a temporary benefit from the Media helping them over real conservatives.

      The Rinos also get the benefit of cross-over voters from the other party in states with open elections or semi-open elections where ‘independants’ can pick both. This is a massive problem. I’m sure everyone here has seen a blatant leftist decry “I’m an independent!” It probably true in that they are a registered ‘independent!’, so they can cross-vote. In fact the way Democrats acquiesce to the candidate picked for them, the only point of having primaries it to crossover and screw with the Republican line up.

      The fact there is no move to address the cross-over problem tells me the people at the top (a) are benefiting and (b) have zero integrity.

      • An independent voter is a voter who is unaffiliated with any party. His voter registration is only for the privilege of voting in an election that is not a primary. I believe that each state and party within the state decides who may vote in their primary elections.

        In my opinion, it would be most fair to only allow voters who are registered in a specific party to vote in that party’s primaries. Of course, an independent voter like me has no say in this matter.

        • jpm100


          Open and Semi-Closed GOP Primaries

          Republicans hold open primaries — in which Democrats and Independents may vote — in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin. They hold semi-closed primaries — in which Independents but not Democrats may vote — in Illinois, Massachusetts, Nebraska, North Carolina, Rhode Island and West Virginia. New Hampshire also has semi-closed primaries, but both political parties have the option of running closed primaries instead.
          http://classroom.synonym.com/can-independents-democrats-vote-republican-primaries-10973.html

          25 states allow democrats or democrats who declare ‘independent’ to cross over vote. Scanning some of those states as heavy democrat, even a small percentage of cross-overs can decisively skew the Primary making ‘taking things back via primary’ unlikely.

          I haven’t checked but I doubt the Democrats allow anywhere as many states to x-over vote if any.

  • interventor

    Rand Paul tries to pass himself off as a libertarian. Just another RINO headed for the game room.

  • Kevin

    LifeofTheMind, the Internationale. I’m impressed by the reference, which I haven’t heard/read in years.

  • Bill G

    Ah, if only Sam’s version was correct. And I too am stunned that someone trying to maintain a conservative image could say ‘But we have to pass it to know what’s in it’ and believe it would fly with those he wants as his base.
    Seppuku? Self-immolation? Self-defenestration?

    • eon

      I take some comfort in the fact that this bunch is going to become extinct in something liker the near future, simply due to Father Time and the Grim Reaper.

      Dem leadership-average age 70

      GOPe leadership- average age 78

      At 57, I won’t live forever. But neither will they.

      Of course, I’m sure many if not most of them are obsessed with leaving a “legacy” behind. That being younger leaders who will carry on for them and a system that makes it impossible to reverse what they do.

      Those are the things we have to prevent.

      cheers

      eon

  • Bill

    I thought Boner and McConnell WERE women in high heels?! Glad they were wearing flats this time.

  • Support coming Thursday.

  • Oliver Heaviside

    So, to all the freedom-loving and libertarian types out there, what gives the Feds the right to tell me I can’t trade with people overseas if I choose to? If you really love liberty you have to love truly free and open trade. And you have to oppose trade restrictions whose only purpose is to enrich certain elites. Which is what they do.

    Vote FREE trade for FREE men (and women).

  • writeby

    “If Jurassic World can imagine a women in high heels outrunning a T Rex…”

    ROTFLMAO!!!!

    But could she do it in a pantsuit?

    The Welfare State, wherein a nation is fractured (Balkinized?) into pressure groups must be dismantled, creating as it does a political system of inducements, bribes, blackmail, extortion, etc., in the name of “doing the right thing” to protect this group or that or to protect those who protect this group or that.

    The Welfare State system of goevernance corrupts anyone who takes a leadership role in it–anyone elected to national office, be it the Legislative or Executive Branches.

    Recommended Constitutional Amendments:

    #28: Federal, state and municipal or county governments shall not abridge, regulate or oversee production, distribution or consumption of any size or sort in any way of any product or service–unless a state of emergency is declared (wars, etc.) and then for only as long as the state of emergency exists.

    #29: Federal, state and municipal or county governments shall not tax or redistribute any corporation, business or citizen’s income–unless a state of emergency is declared (wars, etc.) and then for only as long as the state of emergency exists.

    #30: The federal government shall not, in any form, commit the military to engage in hostilities with other nations or groups without first securing a declaration of war from the Congress.

    • Bad Cyborg

      Ah, writeby, if the asshats in DC (and essewhere) have no trouble ignoring the constitution as it exists today, why ever would you suppose they would be at all inclined to obey the strictures in your proposed amendments??? Hmmm?

  • NotYetInACamp

    voters

  • Pamela

    Outrunning a T-Rex in heels.

    I’d rather be hunting one down to turn it into a pair of boots with a matching purse…

    • Pete in NC

      A T-Rex in heels – having a fun time visualizing that one!

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