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  • WayneM

    Political theater at it’s very worst… Clowns to the left; jokers to the right and “we, the people” get stuck with the bill.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      That makes the battle easier. ANywhere you aim and shoot, you’re bound to hit something.
      As was said at the battle of Bastogne, “They got us surrounded, the poor bastards”.

      • Unca Walt

        That wuz Chesty Puller in Korea.

        “All right! They’re on our left, they’re on our right, they’re in front of us, they’re behind us. They can’t get away this time.”

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Reruns may work for Jerry, but the only people watching are the same people that vote for DildoCrats. The LIVs, Low Information Voters. And they are easily distracted, and led astray, and usually don’t have a lot of money to donate to A Cause.

  • Pamela

    This is definitely not love, nor is it over…yet

    • What is love? Baby don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me no more…

    • What’s love got to do with it, got to do with it?

    • Swansonic

      Love is a contact sport, you gotta move in tight…..

  • When do we unplug the box, get away from the rerun channels? That is why there’s a channel selector, yes?

  • NotYetInACamp

    I can live with a rerun of the winning that was the 2016 elections.

    Do it, Again.

    (Just Do It.) (HA!)
    (Just Do It Again ) Appealing to the —— crowd.
    (Just Win) (Just Winning) (Just Winning Again)
    (Just get POed again and vote)
    Time for another mobilization drill for the preppers and call to arms types. Do a mobilization to vote like they would do a mobilization to deal with any of the major crisis’ that may just happen, from financial to grid down, to church possibilities, to natural disasters.
    Everybody who desires to win bigly can get together individually and see how they handle a situation as a group. How to coordinate people. Logistics. Results. Friendly gatherings resulting in trips to early vote and back to the friendly gathering with whatever else they want to do at the same time. I mean, voting could be seen as enjoyable in so many more ways that crushing the dead souls of progressives and their ilk. Just think of the watching parties or individual enjoyment of the wailing and losing it by all of the leftists.
    All while being better prepared to handle anything that comes along.
    Now maybe next election such mobilizations might happen for the primaries.
    Is this where the church lady would say talk amongst yourselves, and just go have fun. Hillary and friends reactions are still a source of great amusement when recalled and watched again. It does take spreading truth and logical reasoning (always feeling must be included. It’s fun.).
    All power devolves from local power. Make it yours, the good people’s power. That is just like I say that it is always good when good people have guns. It is always good when good people exercise power. The vote still has meaning. In so many places it does not. Here is where one of those places was supposed to be in 2016. We all did do that, didn’t we! (Where we go ….)

  • eon

    More like Morton Downey Jr., really.

    The two things Dems do well are murder generally and lynch mobs in particular. They were their favorite pastimes in the South during Reconstruction, with black Republican elected officials as the “guests of honor”.

    The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes by Michael Newton;

    Is physically about the size of a major-city phone directory, and such murders and lynchings account for over 20% of its over 25,000 entries.

    Progressives don’t do “government” very well, but nobody does homicide more competently. Probably because they get so much practice at it, every time reality doesn’t obey their whims.

    Or when they just get bored.

    clear ether


    • interventor

      Of the 4,743 persons lynched by the KKK from 1882 to 1964, 1,297 were white Republicans.

  • JTC

    @eon, when discussing the genocidal tendencies and evil hidden agendas of despots and progressives (redundant), one is beyond remiss to conveniently omit the genocide committed by the First Rino under “color” (heh) of freeing slaves, when he made clear in his own words his one and only true goal.

    And of curse “Reconstruction” consisted primarily of the continued plunder of the ill-gotten gains of the invasion of a sovereign nation. Many if not most of those “unsolved murders” were related to the defense of their homeland of the victims of that campaign. Further, most involved imported and bought/converted rabble and thugs who were conscripted to do the dirty work of their patrons and defacto owners.

    That’s pretty much the continuing modus operandi of leftism to this day, and our response and efforts to defend what remains of our Republic mirror those of the CSA to defend theirs.

    It is amazing what 150 years of disinformation and fictionalized history can do to its general perception and the “knowledge” of even the brightest among us.

    • eon

      Not to disagree with you (I class Lincoln as one of our less stellar Presidents), but I don’t believe he and Nathan Bedford Forrest were ever exactly bosom buddies.



      • JTC

        No, but he loved Forrest and his ilk for providing him the perfect pretext to gain the financial and immoral support of the Soros’s and McCain’s of his day to enable his invasion, genocide, and occupation of the Deplorables of their day.

        The parallels of methods and intents of then and now are staggering.

  • NotYetInACamp

    At least the paid Democrat audience members arn’t throwing chairs yet.

    I thin only because the chairs are fastened to the ground, unlike at Jerry Springer, Morton Downey Junior, and Geraldo Rivera’s invitation to free for alls.
    When the Democrat string pullers think it is needed, the weapons will come out.

    Of course, those like Senator Kamala Harris (2020 prospect for Democrat Presidential Candidate) acts like a BBC or Spanish Inquisition inquisitor attempting to find the “guilty” Kavanaugh in an answer that she can then or later pillory him with and demand his removal from consideration.


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