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  • "Yes, the great authority Mika Brzezinski ...."

    A much credible authority than ya ly'n "mediamite" tool of sorrows......hehehehehehehehehe

  • Re: “.. I don't care if Stephens is a Democrat or Republican, he is wrong. Who is he pass judgment on who is qualified to be President of the USA? ..”

    OMG, dickw, are you now getting ready to move with Trump in taking away the 1st Amendment. Stephens has as much right as you or I have to pass judgment. Still, it is charming to see you being coy about whether he is a Democrat or Republican. Apparently you don’t wish to consider at all how many of your fellow Republicans might have the same opinion as Wall Street Journal Republican Stephens and you don’t want to face the fact that your own Party is giving you more agita then any other Party. And even now you are calling some of your own Party members anti-American. And those same folks think you are supporting the candidate who “.. is the open sewer of American conservatism.”

    So, dickw, are you residing in the open sewer or are in the mass of baked hard cake mud in a CA river driven away by unprecedented drought?

  • Elk, you never cease to amaze me. You must have a vault somewhere where YOU keep digging up these political bigots. In the first place, the GOP really didn't nominate Trump. He was nominated by the American people who cast record-setting votes for him. Mr. Stephens needs to understand that in this country we try to run a Constitutional government. I don't care if Stephens is a Democrat or Republican, he is wrong. Who is he pass judgment on who is qualified to be President of the USA? Elk, you keep giving us these bloated egos. Do you have any patriotic wise men who are fair-minded that you can throw in now and then? The media seems to be full of these anti-American jackasses who have a higher opinion of themselves then is warranted. Did they criticize and pass judgment on Obama when he ran for our highest office? Somehow I doubt.

  • by Sam Reisman | Mediate | May 29th, 2016

    Speaking to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria Sunday afternoon, Wall Street Journal‘s Bret Stephens said that it was IMPORTANT FOR DONALD TRUMP TO LOSE THE GENERAL ELECTION SO UTTERLY THAT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY AND ITS VOTERS “LEARN THEIR LESSON” AND NEVER NOMINATE SOMEONE LIKE HIM EVER AGAIN.

    Stephens has been one of Trump’s most outspoken conservative critics, writing in March, for instance, that TRUMP IS ESSENTIALLY AN AMPLIFIED VERSION OF BARACK OBAMA. BOTH MEN WERE “EPIC NARCISSISTS WHO SEE THEMSELVES AS SINGULARLY SUITED TO REDEEM AN AMERICA THAT IS NOT ONLY IMPERFECT BUT FUNDAMENTALLY BROKEN,” he wrote.

    “THE CANDIDACY OF DONALD TRUMP IS THE OPEN SEWER OF AMERICAN CONSERVATISM,” he wrote on another occasion.

    “I most certainly will not vote for Donald Trump,” Stephens told Zakaria, adding that he wanted to “make sure he is the biggest loser in presidential history” in a very long time.

    Stephens continued: “IT’S IMPORTANT THAT DONALD TRUMP AND WHAT HE REPRESENTS — THIS KIND OF ETHNIC QUOTE ‘CONSERVATISM’ OR POPULISM — BE SO DECISIVELY REBUKED THAT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS LEARN THEIR LESSON THAT THEY CANNOT NOMINATE A MAN SO MANIFESTLY UNQUALIFIED TO BE PRESIDENT IN ANY WAY, SHAPE, OR FORM.”

  • US CONGRESSMAN LOUIE GOHMERT (R-TX) IS WORRIED ABOUT GAYS IN SPACE

    29 May 2016 | Out in Perth

    From the file of ‘things not to be taken even slightly seriously’….

    US congressman Louie Gohmert from Texas is concerned about gay people being allowed to go into space in the event of an asteroid crashing into the earth.

    NO SERIOUSLY, WE’RE NOT MAKING THIS STUFF UP. The representative of the people of Texas gave a speech on Thursday in the US Congress where he shared his worries.

    Reflecting on the recent Matt Damon film ‘The Martian’ THE POLITICIAN BEGAN TO WORRY ABOUT THE PROSPECT OF THE LGBTIQ+ COMMUNITY BEING IN DAMON’S SITUATION. IN THE FILM DAMON PLAYS AN ASTRONAUT WHO IS STRANDED ON MARS FOR TWO YEARS. The bizarre speech was picked up by US media monitoring group Right Wing Watch.

    First Gohmert lamented that psychologists had stopped classifying homosexuality as a mental disorder, and argued that we should still call transgender people perverse.

    “Among educated compassionate people, for our civilised history, people – a man who didn’t know which he was – was pitied, loved, encouraged, but educated people said that’s perverse, that’s where the word perverse was most widely used.” the Congressman said.

    Louie GohmertCongressman Gohmert then detours into a speech about what Jesus would have wanted, before turning his concerns to future space travel.

    “I wonder how many people in this body, who would ultimately decide whether humanity would go forward or not, whether it was an asteroid coming, something that would end humanity on earth, as dinosaurs were ended on time.
    “Okay we’ve got a spaceship that can go as Matt Damon did in the movie, plant a colony somewhere – we can have human’s survive this terrible disaster that’s about to befall.

    “If you can decide what forty people you put on the spacecraft that would save humanity, how many of those would be same sex couples?”

    Congressman Gohmert questioned if a modern day Noah would include LGBTIQ couples on the space ark? His concern wasn’t just about LGBTIQ humans but also gay couples in the animal kingdom.

    Previously the Congressman has worried about what would happen if a bunch of gay people were stranded on a desert island. In High School social studies class we had to do this exercise but the scenario was a Nuclear bunker, but give him time and we’re sure Congressman Gohmert will get to that one too.
    CONGRESSMAN GOHMERT WRAPPED IT UP BY REFERRING TO THE WORKS OF AUTHOR JONATHAN CAHN WHO BELIEVES THAT GOD IS PUNISHING THE USA AND FRANCE FOR ALLOWING MARRIAGE EQUALITY. THE AUTHOR PROCLAIMS THE ‘END OF DAYS’ IS UPON US.

  • OMG, bum, if you have to make Trump, this pathetic phony loudmouth who can be convincing only to RWNJs, you warrior hero then everybody knows that if you walked into a Biker Bar you would end up down on your head even faster than acehole! What a couple of creeps!! Still, you would make a nice couple.

  • You are right there, bum, mouth on the teat of the poison swill they laughingly and sarcastically tell you will make you real men:

    “.. All those [Republican]intellectuals ever did for Middle America was COOK UP A SALES PITCH DESIGNED TO GET THEM TO VOTE FOR POLITICIANS WHO WOULD INSTANTLY BETRAY THEM TO BUSINESS INTERESTS EAGER TO SHIP THEIR JOBS OFF TO CHINA AND INDIA. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL TRICK WAS LINKING THE CORPORATE MANTRA OF PROFIT WITHOUT RESPONSIBILITY TO THE CONCEPT OF INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY.

    … Into the heartland were sent wave after wave of [Conservative] politicians, each more strident and freedom-y than the last. THEY ARRIVED DRAPED IN THE FLAG, SPEWED PATRIOTIC BROMIDES ABOUT GOD, GUNS AND SMALL-TOWN VALUES, AND PLEDGED TO GIVE THE LIBERALS HELL AND BRING THE PRIDE BACK.

    THEN THEY WENT OFF TO WASHINGTON AND YEAR AFTER YEAR DID ABSOLUTELY SQUAT FOR THEIR CONSTITUENTS. THEY WERE EXCELLENT AT SECURING CORPORATE TAX HOLIDAYS AND TAX CUTS FOR THE RICH, BUT THEY ALMOST NEVER RETURNED TO VOTER COUNTRY WITH JOBS IN HAND. INSTEAD, THEY BROUGHT AN EVER-INCREASING LIST OF VILLAINS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LACK OF WORK: COMMUNISTS, BRA-BURNING FEMINISTS, BLACK "RACE HUSTLERS," CLIMATE-CHANGE ACTIVISTS, MUSLIMS, HOLLYWOOD, HORNED OWLS…”

    and, bum, you have also bought the false praise Monster Mash slop they jammed right down your wide open begging throats:

    “…THEY BRED IN THEIR VOTERS THE INCREDIBLE ATTITUDE THAT REPUBLICANS WERE THE ONLY PEOPLE WITHIN OUR BORDERS WHO RAISED CHILDREN, LOVED THEIR COUNTRY, DIED IN BATTLE OR PAID TAXES. THEY EVEN SULLIED THE WORD "AMERICAN" BY INSISTING THEY WERE THE ONLY REAL ONES. They preferred Lubbock to Paris, and THEIR IDEA OF AN INTELLECTUAL WAS NEWT GINGRICH. Their leaders, from Ralph Reed to Bill Frist to Tom DeLay to Rick Santorum to Romney and Ryan, were AN INTERMINABLE ASSEMBLY LINE OF SHRIEKING, WITCH-HUNTING CELIBATES, ALL WITH THE SAME HAIRCUT – THE KIND OF PEOPLE WHO THOUGHT IRAN-CONTRA WAS NOTHING, BUT WOULD GRIND THE AFFAIRS OF STATE TO A HALT OVER A BLOW JOB OR TERRI SCHIAVO'S FEEDING TUBE. …

    A century ago, the small-town American was Gary Cooper: tough, silent, upright and confident. THE MODERN REPUBLICAN PARTY CHANGED THAT PERSON INTO A HARANGUING NEUROTIC WHO COULDN'T MAKE IT THROUGH A DINNER WITHOUT QUIZZING YOU ABOUT YOUR POLITICS. THEY DESTROYED THE AMERICAN CHARACTER. NO HELL IS HOT ENOUGH FOR THEM. AND WHEN TRUMP CAME ALONG, THEY ROLLED OVER LIKE THE WEAKLINGS THEY'VE ALWAYS BEEN, BOWING MORE OR LESS INSTANTLY TO HIS PARODIC SHOW OF STRENGTH. …”

  • The things that Obama has taken away or gone against the American working man FAR exceed what he has done to help him and her,, now for the slobs that won't work and for those that r on welfare, he is a dream come true,, a typical socialist lib, true and true,, that's why folks that want pride in their lives don't want hand outs,, we want to work, and we want something for it,, we want out America back,, Trump is an idea and we will take him,, we don't want politicians and lawyers anymore,, we want a Patton like bully to kick the hell out things,,scared yet Elk ole buddy,, well you should be,, he may not start a global war but he damn sure will at home,,
    C

  • No, Jail is not for these folks,, I say, let them be forced to join the MARINES and become men and women, and of course they must clean their mess with a tooth pick for however many years it takes,,
    C

  • Reply to

    Obama in Japan

    by aceofbasefanatic May 27, 2016 2:04 PM

    yeah, it was a big mistake, cost me dearly, but i learned from it and moved on. there are some really bad apples in this world, of all colors and then there are some really good ones of all colors. again people are people, some good, some bad. race plays absolutely no role. the people i dont trust are those who try to influence the youth and turn them against another person based on race, those are truly evil people.

  • Reply to

    Obama in Japan

    by aceofbasefanatic May 27, 2016 2:04 PM

    I am not surprised, acehole, to see you admit that you are that dumb.

  • God No!!! Not with the totally unprecedented bizarre and horrendous mess of so many kinds that Bush+Cheney left in their wake and then with McConnell and other Republicans with their lackey water carrying RWNJs all organizing to obstruct+obstruct and also to obstruct again+again getting anything at all done.

    It is, in fact, quite amazing Obama accomplished as much as he did. And speaking of the economy, acehole, do you remember the sub-prime mortgage scandal, the nearly worldwide financial meltdown and the good old days of
    DOW 6627?

    It is a credit to your near total idiocy that you characters provide so many opportunities for everyone to recall the horror and pain prevailing as
    Bush+Cheney ran away to spend money they and their 1% pals had stolen at the cost of so many.

    NEVER HAVE SO FEW TAKEN SO MUCH FROM SO MANY. [That MANY includes you RWNJ fools.]

    You fools would be vary smart to never mention the words “economic problems” again but like Trump you are, no doubt, totally out of control. You don’t seem to realize how many of these issues you bring up turn you into self-flagellating masochists reminding everyone over and over how right Taibbi is:

    “…… This AVALANCHE OF VERBOSE DISGUST ON THE PART OF CONSERVATIVE INTELLECTUALS TOWARD THE TRUMP VOTER, who until very recently was the Republican voter, tells us everything we need to know about what actually happened in 2016.

    There never was any real connection between the George Wills, Andrew Sullivans and David Brookses and the gun-toting, Jesus-loving ex-middle-class voters they claimed to embrace. All those intellectuals ever did for Middle America was COOK UP A SALES PITCH DESIGNED TO GET THEM TO VOTE FOR POLITICIANS WHO WOULD INSTANTLY BETRAY THEM TO BUSINESS INTERESTS EAGER TO SHIP THEIR JOBS OFF TO CHINA AND INDIA. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL TRICK WAS LINKING THE CORPORATE MANTRA OF PROFIT WITHOUT RESPONSIBILITY TO THE CONCEPT OF INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY.

    … Into the heartland were sent wave after wave of [Conservative] politicians, each more strident and freedom-y than the last. THEY ARRIVED DRAPED IN THE FLAG, SPEWED PATRIOTIC BROMIDES ABOUT GOD, GUNS AND SMALL-TOWN VALUES, AND PLEDGED TO GIVE THE LIBERALS HELL AND BRING THE PRIDE BACK.

    THEN THEY WENT OFF TO WASHINGTON AND YEAR AFTER YEAR DID ABSOLUTELY SQUAT FOR THEIR CONSTITUENTS. THEY WERE EXCELLENT AT SECURING CORPORATE TAX HOLIDAYS AND TAX CUTS FOR THE RICH, BUT THEY ALMOST NEVER RETURNED TO VOTER COUNTRY WITH JOBS IN HAND. INSTEAD, THEY BROUGHT AN EVER-INCREASING LIST OF VILLAINS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LACK OF WORK: COMMUNISTS, BRA-BURNING FEMINISTS, BLACK "RACE HUSTLERS," CLIMATE-CHANGE ACTIVISTS, MUSLIMS, HOLLYWOOD, HORNED OWLS…”

  • Reply to

    Obama in Japan

    by aceofbasefanatic May 27, 2016 2:04 PM

    elk the worst #$%$ kicking i ever received was making the mistake of walking into a biker bar and sitting down without asking permission.Didn't know it was a biker bar and didn't know i needed permission. i keep telling you it not the color of the skin, there is good and bad people in all races. maybe some day you will figure out.

  • Reply to

    Obama in Japan

    by aceofbasefanatic May 27, 2016 2:04 PM

    I do, however, have to admit, fraudney, that about a year ago those courageous skinhead Waco Bikers did a great job of protecting themselves and that is confirmed by how many bad guys they had to kill (9) and wound (20) just to adequately protect themselves.

  • dickw, when you talk about “a fiscal mess” I have to assume you are talking about New Jersey or Kansas.

    With respect to: “.. I have been to California many times and have visited Yosemite too (the most visited national Park in the nation. Beautiful.) My statement still stands. California has suffered droughts in the past and will continue to do so in the future. …”

    Right, in fact CA had some droughts that were much worse 12,000 years ago and earlier. We can understand that you take great comfort that the current drought is only the worst in 1,200 years and are not bothered by other recent headlines either:

    California Faces Lost Decades in Solving Drought
    Drought's harm to forests more severe than feared, study finds
    Lake Mead helps supply water to 25 million people. And it just hit a record low
    Tree mortality skyrockets in 2016 wildfire season
    Tree-ring data suggest British Columbia is facing harshest droughts in 350 years
    In US, only the Midwest will be spared extreme heat this summer
    Killer heatwave wreaks havoc in Southeast Asia

  • Reply to

    It is not how much, but how good?

    by fraud_z_buster May 27, 2016 10:26 AM

    Another classic here, dickw, which again shows what lazy mealy-mouthed loafers you RWNJs are when it comes to facts.

    LBJ, you say, was "red baiting" with his statement:

    “If you can convince the lowest white man he’s better than the best
    colored man, he won't notice you’re picking his pocket. Hell, give him somebody to look down on, and he’ll empty his pockets for you.”

    In fact, LBJ made that statement while he was President but in private to Bill Moyers and Moyers never talked about it until 1988 about 15 years after LBJ died.

    More from that Moyers article about LBJ:

    “… Some years later when Johnson was president, there was a press conference in the East Room. A reporter unexpectedly asked the president how he could explain his sudden passion for civil rights when he had never shown much enthusiasm for the cause. The question hung in the air. I could almost hear his silent cursing of a press secretary who had not anticipated this one. But then he relaxed, and from an instinct no assistant could brief -- one seasoned in the double life from which he was delivered and hoped to deliver others -- he said in effect: Most of us don't have a second chance to correct the mistakes of our youth. I do and I am. That evening, sitting in the White House, discussing the question with friends and staff, he gestured broadly and said, "Eisenhower used to tell me that this place was a prison. I never felt freer."

    For weeks in 1964, the president carried in his pocket the summary of a Census Bureau report showing that the lifetime earnings of an average black college graduate were lower than that of a white man with an eighth-grade education. And when The New York Times in November 1964 reported racial segregation to be increasing instead of disappearing, he took his felt-tip pen and scribbled across it "shame, shame, shame," and sent it to Everett Dirksen, the Republican leader in the Senate.

    I have a hard time explaining to our two sons and daughter -- now in their twenties -- that when they were little, America was still deeply segregated. The White House press corps, housed in Austin when the president was on vacation in Texas, would often go to the faculty club at the University of Texas, which was still off-limits to blacks in 1964. I remember the night it changed.

    There was a New Year's party for one of the president's favorite assistants, Horace Busby. About halfway into the evening, there was a stir and everyone looked up. The president of the United States was entering with one of his secretaries on his arm -- a beautiful black woman. The next day, a law professor called the club to say he intended to bring some black associates to a meeting there. "No problem at all," said the woman on the phone. "Are we really integrated?" the professor asked. "Yes, sir," she answered, "the president of the United States integrated us last night."

    In those days, our faith was in integration. The separatist cries would come later, as white flight and black power ended the illusion that an atmosphere of genuine acceptance and respect across color lines would overcome in our time the pernicious effects of a racism so deeply imbedded in American life. But Lyndon Johnson championed that faith. He thought the opposite of integration was not just segregation but disintegration -- a nation unraveling.

    But he also knew not an inch would be won cheaply. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is to many of us a watershed in American history. With it, blacks gained access to public accommodations across the country. When he signed the act, he was euphoric, but late that very night I found him in a melancholy mood as he lay in bed reading the early edition of The Washington Post with headlines celebrating the day. I asked him what was troubling him. "I think we just delivered the South to the Republican party for a long time to come," he said. …”

  • Reply to

    Obama in Japan

    by aceofbasefanatic May 27, 2016 2:04 PM

    Re: “Take ya gun facts, elky-san, and file it in that crack, where the sun don't shine…..”

    Most interesting, fraudney. Here you are saying that is exactly what you do with the facts on this issue and with the facts on many other issues and you are like the typical RWNJ very, very proud of this self-proclaimed idiocy.

    You won’t but you should try talking to the many people who have killed a child or some other beloved relative by mistake. For every successful defensive killing of a malign intruder in a home there are 20 tragic killings, accidental or intended homicides, or suicides.

    Still, I know I cannot dissuade you from finding someway to somehow be proud of this. But I do hope you will let us know how you handle these well and fully documented facts.

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