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  • The Democrats Only Hope - Hate

    I think this article pretty much sums up the current Democrat leadership and their only hope for the future.

    The movement to impeach Trump is just beginning


    Democrats, on the other hand, have no message, no leader and nothing to brag about. That leaves a vacuum, which is being filled with one idea: impeaching President Trump....

    The resistance wing is taking over the party and congressional bosses Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi can either jump on the Impeach bandwagon or get run over by it.

    Theyre capitulating already, as proven by the way Schumer and others reacted to a rumor last week that the president was going to fire special counsel Robert Mueller.

    Never mind that Trump denied it, and there wasnt even an anonymous source. It was just a rumor started by one House Democrat who said somebody she knew said something about Trump, so she repeated it to the media.

    On cue, the Dem lemmings rushed to the microphones and cameras to warn that Trump would face impeachment if he fired Mueller. It was a sneaky way of sounding a dog whistle without a fact to justify it.

    In fact, Schumer et al. would be head over heels with joy if Trump did fire Mueller. That would give their impeachment effort gravitas and make it more appealing to independent voters and even some Republicans.

    So while they were warning Trump not to fire Mueller, their hope is that he does....

    Which brings me to my final prediction: If you think our politics are nasty now, just wait a few months. The midterm campaign is going to be vicious and dirty beyond belief.
    So the Democrats are pretty much a one pony party right now. Hate. Hate for the person elected by the voters.

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    This is no surprise. Democrats have always been the party of hatred.

    They've just mastered the art of lying to cover it up.

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    Speaking of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, lets review (since they dont teach this in schools): The percentage of House Democrats who supported the legislation? 61 percent. House Republicans? 80 percent. In the Senate, 69 percent of Democrats voted yes, compared with 82 percent of Republicans. (Barry Goldwater, a supporter of the NAACP, voted no because he thought it was unconstitutional.)

    When he was running for president in 2000, Vice President Al Gore told the NAACP that his father, Senator Al Gore Sr., had lost his Senate seat because he voted for the Civil Rights Act. Uplifting story except its false. Gore Sr. voted against the Civil Rights Act. He lost in 1970 in a race that focused on prayer in public schools, the Vietnam War, and the Supreme Court. Al Gores reframing of the relevant history is the story of the Democratic party in microcosm. The partys history is pockmarked with racism and terror. The Democrats were the party of slavery, black codes, Jim Crow, and that miserable terrorist excrescence, the Ku Klux Klan. Republicans were the party of Lincoln, Reconstruction, anti-lynching laws, and the civil rights acts of 1875, 1957, 1960, and 1964. Were all Republicans models of rectitude on racial matters? Hardly. Were they a heck of a lot better than the Democrats? Without question.

    As recently as 2010, the Senates president pro tempore was former Ku Klux Klan Exalted Cyclops Robert Byrd (D., W.Va.). Rather than acknowledge their sorry history, modern Democrats have rewritten it.

    Democrats have been sedulously rewriting history for decades. Their preferred version pretends that all the Democratic racists and segregationists left their party and became Republicans starting in the 1960s. How convenient. If it were true that the South began to turn Republican due to Lyndon Johnsons passage of the Civil Rights Act, you would expect that the Deep South, the states most associated with racism, would have been the first to move. Thats not what happened. The first southern states to trend Republican were on the periphery: North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, and Florida. (George Wallace lost these voters in his 1968 bid.) The voters who first migrated to the Republican party were suburban, prosperous New South types. The more Republican the South has become, the less racist.

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    http://www.nationalreview.com/articl...ry-mona-charen

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
      This is no surprise. Democrats have always been the party of hatred.

      They've just mastered the art of lying to cover it up.

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      Speaking of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, lets review (since they dont teach this in schools): The percentage of House Democrats who supported the legislation? 61 percent. House Republicans? 80 percent. In the Senate, 69 percent of Democrats voted yes, compared with 82 percent of Republicans. (Barry Goldwater, a supporter of the NAACP, voted no because he thought it was unconstitutional.)

      When he was running for president in 2000, Vice President Al Gore told the NAACP that his father, Senator Al Gore Sr., had lost his Senate seat because he voted for the Civil Rights Act. Uplifting story except its false. Gore Sr. voted against the Civil Rights Act. He lost in 1970 in a race that focused on prayer in public schools, the Vietnam War, and the Supreme Court. Al Gores reframing of the relevant history is the story of the Democratic party in microcosm. The partys history is pockmarked with racism and terror. The Democrats were the party of slavery, black codes, Jim Crow, and that miserable terrorist excrescence, the Ku Klux Klan. Republicans were the party of Lincoln, Reconstruction, anti-lynching laws, and the civil rights acts of 1875, 1957, 1960, and 1964. Were all Republicans models of rectitude on racial matters? Hardly. Were they a heck of a lot better than the Democrats? Without question.

      As recently as 20If there was any truth in what you say wouldn't you think black voters would be flocking to the GOP10, the Senates president pro tempore was former Ku Klux Klan Exalted Cyclops Robert Byrd (D., W.Va.). Rather than acknowledge their sorry history, modern Democrats have rewritten it.

      Democrats have been sedulously rewriting history for decades. Their preferred version pretends that all the Democratic racists and segregationists left their party and became Republicans starting in the 1960s. How convenient. If it were true that the South began to turn Republican due to Lyndon Johnsons passage of the Civil Rights Act, you would expect that the Deep South, the states most associated with racism, would have been the first to move. Thats not what happened. The first southern states to trend Republican were on the periphery: North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, and Florida. (George Wallace lost these voters in his 1968 bid.) The voters who first migrated to the Republican party were suburban, prosperous New South types. The more Republican the South has become, the less racist.

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      http://www.nationalreview.com/articl...ry-mona-charen
      There is no history like revisionist history. If there was any truth in what you say wouldn't you think black voters would be flocking to the GOP? And why do republicans work so hard to suppress the black vote. It must be the fake news I bet.Not every republican is racist but every racist I know is a republican. That is the truth.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by redrover View Post
        There is no history like revisionist history.
        That's the truth. It's why you're in denial of the history of the party you love so much LOL

        Originally posted by redrover View Post
        If there was any truth in what you say wouldn't you think black voters would be flocking to the GOP? And why do republicans work so hard to suppress the black vote. It must be the fake news I bet.Not every republican is racist but every racist I know is a republican. That is the truth.
        What ? You believe I imagined what I cited above ? It's just history, I didn't make it up.

        That truth thing is something best avoided I know, never-mind LOL

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        • #5
          Originally posted by redrover View Post

          There is no history like revisionist history. If there was any truth in what you say wouldn't you think black voters would be flocking to the GOP? And why do republicans work so hard to suppress the black vote. It must be the fake news I bet.Not every republican is racist but every racist I know is a republican. That is the truth.
          Democrats have been making black people promises for so long that they grew up believing them. With the advent of the internet, and the advent of alternate news sources black people are realizing that all they were getting were promises. As far as who is racist, I don't personally know any and I know a lot of Republicans. As far as suppressing the black vote, no one is doing that, it is just another left wing lie perpetuated by the MSM. Requiring people to have ID to vote is no different than requiring them to have ID to draw social security. Believe me, if anyone needed ID to get some government benefit, they would have absolutely no problem getting it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
            Democrats have been making black people promises for so long that they grew up believing them. With the advent of the internet, and the advent of alternate news sources black people are realizing that all they were getting were promises. As far as who is racist, I don't personally know any and I know a lot of Republicans. As far as suppressing the black vote, no one is doing that, it is just another left wing lie perpetuated by the MSM. Requiring people to have ID to vote is no different than requiring them to have ID to draw social security. Believe me, if anyone needed ID to get some government benefit, they would have absolutely no problem getting it.
            With the advent of the internet and easy access to world & local events, reported from not only a left-wing perspective... many items can't be ignored or swept under the rug anymore. Information and events and perspectives are easily accessible.

            This is going to be a problem. We're going to keep seeing more of these kinds of things that show us front and center the strange behaviours of liberals. For instance, here we have .....

            ....another regular liberal doing liberal deeds...

            ... read all about it.

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            Robby Strong told AL.com he dropped off the box of horse manure at Mnuchins house as an act of political theater to hammer home the point that Republicans have done nothing for the American worker.

            On Saturday, he posted several images on Facebook, one of which shows him posing with a shovel next to a gift-wrapped box, and another that shows the box full of what appears to be dung.

            I need someone to ride along and document my Secret Santa project. Im going to hand deliver boxes of horse st to Steve Mnuchin over in Beverly Hills, he added in a message.

            If Strong was a guy who didn't want to perpetrate stereotypes about psychologists being the real nutbags in some instances, he failed miserably.

            Bear in mind that the average Trump hater generally yells about assassination, Tweets rabidly, and now and then smashes shop windows. Strong, however, had his own way of protesting and it pretty well points to something else going on.

            Bear in mind that Mnuchin isn't a lightning rod character that many leftists think about. He tends to be soft spoken and only talks about economics. So the fact that Strong targeted him suggests right there something odd, since Mnuchin isn't a guy who draws headlines.

            Strong's lovingly recorded his disgusting boxing and mailing of the horse poop, wanting everyone to see it as he did it. That's little different from flashing, or exhibitionism, something a normal person would be embarassed by but something that clearly got him excited.

            So here we are: A batbrained psychologist just managed to discredit his profession by mailing boxes of horse poop to a mild-mannered financial official who is not actually President Trump.


            http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/..._official.html

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            That these kinds of incidents could previously have been buried & ignored by our propaganda "media" is no longer possible.

            So the American people will continue seeing, hearing & reading about the mental disorder that liberalism is and the strange acts and behaviours it causes.

            This isn't going to go well for the left.

            Perhaps they need to do some serious self-examination ??

            Can we expect this ? Not if history is to be our tool of prediction.

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            • #7
              Now, New York is spending their tax payer's money to fight an agenda that was supported by the rest of the country that elected Trump as President. Sounds like sedition to me.
              New Yorks Attorney General in Battle With Trump

              https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/26/n...-new-york.html

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              • #8
                Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
                I think this article pretty much sums up the current Democrat leadership and their only hope for the future.

                The movement to impeach Trump is just beginning




                So the Democrats are pretty much a one pony party right now. Hate. Hate for the person elected by the voters.
                This is true, a one pony party. They have nothing to offer americans but this trump hatred. But then they know they do not have to offer an alternative vision when they can use trump as a scapegoat or russia. The DP is no longer a party of vision for a better america, but are just a part of the status quo corporate state enabled by campaign financing and big donors who want open borders slave labor globalism which is what the GOP wants Trump offered another vision, although it has been watered down for it is against what the GOP wants. Yet the last election was an election of change, and you can bet the change that was wanted was economic change even if many of the people who want it do not understand well enough why their lot is life is so bad. But making american great must involve their lives being better than today with this low wage service sector economy created by a diversion away from what our founders put into place to protect american business and workers from slave labor. Now we are lied to, and told that you have to compete with slave labor, when we never did that for most of our history, and this is what made america great to begin with.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
                  Now, New York is spending their tax payer's money to fight an agenda that was supported by the rest of the country that elected Trump as President. Sounds like sedition to me.
                  New Yorks Attorney General in Battle With Trump

                  https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/26/n...-new-york.html
                  From your link, I found this passage interesting:
                  One columnist at the National Review already called for Mr. Schneiderman to recuse himself from any criminal investigation of Mr. Trump because his comments and civil actions made it impossible for the public to have confidence that he could be impartial.
                  This is not the first time we've heard this ominous warning about an investigator and/or prosecutor not being "impartial."

                  I find that interesting because there is no requirement that a prosecutor be impartial. That is the responsibility of judges and juries. To the contrary, a prosecutor is obligated to prosecute vigorously, based on the evidence they have. To do less would be malfeasance and dereliction of duty. If a prosecutor really believes the defendant to be guilty before the trial, by definition that makes him biased, and there is absolutely nothing improper about that. And who would stand by if a prosecutor were to say he doubted a defendant to be guilty but he intended to prosecute them anyway?

                  In contrast, if a judge were to make remarks indicating he was convinced that a defendant were guilty prior to a verdict being rendered, that would be grounds for recusal. The judge is obligated to be fair and impartial to both sides in a trial. The prosecutor is not. Neither is the defense counsel. They are both expected to present their cases to the jury zealously.

                  Again, I repeat: Prosecutors are neither expected nor required to be impartial. This is a nonsense narrative by Trump supporters who would have us believe that any evidence against Trump or anyone in the administration must be disregarded if the special counsel or any state's attorney general can be shown to be biased.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by HawkeyeDJ View Post

                    From your link, I found this passage interesting:


                    This is not the first time we've heard this ominous warning about an investigator and/or prosecutor not being "impartial."

                    I find that interesting because there is no requirement that a prosecutor be impartial. That is the responsibility of judges and juries. To the contrary, a prosecutor is obligated to prosecute vigorously, based on the evidence they have. To do less would be malfeasance and dereliction of duty. If a prosecutor really believes the defendant to be guilty before the trial, by definition that makes him biased, and there is absolutely nothing improper about that. And who would stand by if a prosecutor were to say he doubted a defendant to be guilty but he intended to prosecute them anyway?

                    In contrast, if a judge were to make remarks indicating he was convinced that a defendant were guilty prior to a verdict being rendered, that would be grounds for recusal. The judge is obligated to be fair and impartial to both sides in a trial. The prosecutor is not. Neither is the defense counsel. They are both expected to present their cases to the jury zealously.

                    Again, I repeat: Prosecutors are neither expected nor required to be impartial. This is a nonsense narrative by Trump supporters who would have us believe that any evidence against Trump or anyone in the administration must be disregarded if the special counsel or any state's attorney general can be shown to be biased.
                    Prosecutors are not supposed to be impartial but they are supposed to be fair. They are supposed to follow the law. They are supposed to consider all evidence, not just evidence that supports their political agenda or evidence that proves their bias. It's just like the MSM. They should be reporting the facts, not spinning a topic. Today, prosecutors often ignore certain evidence or even suppress that evidence to simply win and not to produce justice.

                    Mistrial Declared in Bundy Armed Standoff Case

                    The judge ruled that prosecutors violated the rights of the defendants the three Bundys and a supporter, Ryan W. Payne by failing to turn over an array of material ahead of the trial. That included video taken from within the Bundy ranch during the standoff by a federal informant, evidence that F.B.I. agents were involved in the standoff, and a threat assessment of the Bundys drafted by the government. She ruled verbally, and not in writing.

                    There were approximately 3,000 pages that were provided to us only after we started trial, said Bret D. Whipple, a lawyer for Cliven Bundy. I personally have never seen anything like this, especially in a case of such importance.
                    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/20/u...-mistrial.html

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                    • #11
                      Leftist idiots doing what they do. Rabble rousing and stirring up hatred for anything decent, normal and good.

                      Ladies & Gentlemen...

                      Today, we're going to stir up hatred for Thomas the Train...

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                      I foolishly thought I had seen it all when it came to leftist madness. But then I saw, posted on CNNs website, Why kids love 'fascist' cartoons like 'Paw Patrol' and 'Thomas'. The article referenced several other articles that described Thomas as a premodern corporate-totalitarian dystopia, imperialist racist and sinister, and classist, sexist, and anti-environmentalist.

                      This caught my attention because my six-year-old boy -- like children all over the world -- loves stories of Thomas the Train.

                      ...

                      ...left-wing critics label the Thomas the Train show racist because the diesel villain is black. They call it totalitarian because trains are supposed to do what the manager of the rails, Sir Topham Hat, tells them to do. They call it sexist because there are more male trains than female trains. (In 2013 the British Labour shadow Transportation Secretary actually called out Thomas for its lack of females.) When Thomas is awarded two female passenger cars to pull because of good behavior, the feminists call this sexist too.


                      [ you can't win with people who struggle with severe mental problems ]

                      Why do leftists distort and demonize Thomas stories? Leftists do not like the idea that punishment and discipline are a good thing because it implies that the fault lies with those who misbehave instead of with society. That is one of the reasons that the anti-discipline policies of leftist Mayor DeBlasio and former president Obama have increased the discipline problems in New York City schools.

                      The leftist reaction to Thomas is a demonstration of the sick tendency of the left to demonize those they dont like and to distort what they say.

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                      http://www.americanthinker.com/artic...the_train.html

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
                        Leftist idiots doing what they do. Rabble rousing and stirring up hatred for anything decent, normal and good.

                        Ladies & Gentlemen...

                        Today, we're going to stir up hatred for Thomas the Train...

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                        I foolishly thought I had seen it all when it came to leftist madness. But then I saw, posted on CNNs website, Why kids love 'fascist' cartoons like 'Paw Patrol' and 'Thomas'. The article referenced several other articles that described Thomas as a premodern corporate-totalitarian dystopia, imperialist racist and sinister, and classist, sexist, and anti-environmentalist.

                        This caught my attention because my six-year-old boy -- like children all over the world -- loves stories of Thomas the Train.

                        ...

                        ...left-wing critics label the Thomas the Train show racist because the diesel villain is black. They call it totalitarian because trains are supposed to do what the manager of the rails, Sir Topham Hat, tells them to do. They call it sexist because there are more male trains than female trains. (In 2013 the British Labour shadow Transportation Secretary actually called out Thomas for its lack of females.) When Thomas is awarded two female passenger cars to pull because of good behavior, the feminists call this sexist too.


                        [ you can't win with people who struggle with severe mental problems ]

                        Why do leftists distort and demonize Thomas stories? Leftists do not like the idea that punishment and discipline are a good thing because it implies that the fault lies with those who misbehave instead of with society. That is one of the reasons that the anti-discipline policies of leftist Mayor DeBlasio and former president Obama have increased the discipline problems in New York City schools.

                        The leftist reaction to Thomas is a demonstration of the sick tendency of the left to demonize those they dont like and to distort what they say.

                        ...


                        http://www.americanthinker.com/artic...the_train.html
                        Nice to see that you are still working hard to build bridges. I thought only democrats were intolerant of other points of view.Yes they must have mental problems for not seeing things your way.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by redrover View Post
                          Nice to see that you are still working hard to build bridges. I thought only democrats were intolerant of other points of view.Yes they must have mental problems for not seeing things your way.
                          Neverminding of course that they're saying insane things. DOING insane things.

                          Making outrageous attacks against kids stories fer cryin' out loud ! LOL

                          They've clearly been overcome with hate and should seek help don't you think ??

                          What's next ? Will they decide to mob and burn down a Chuckie Cheese pizza place because ... Lord only knows what they'll imagine the wrongs of chucky cheese are LOL

                          Bridges can't be built with people who are so obviously irrational & full of hatred.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post

                            Prosecutors are not supposed to be impartial but they are supposed to be fair. They are supposed to follow the law. They are supposed to consider all evidence, not just evidence that supports their political agenda or evidence that proves their bias. It's just like the MSM. They should be reporting the facts, not spinning a topic. Today, prosecutors often ignore certain evidence or even suppress that evidence to simply win and not to produce justice.

                            Mistrial Declared in Bundy Armed Standoff Case



                            https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/20/u...-mistrial.html
                            Today, prosecutors often ignore certain evidence or even suppress that evidence to simply win and not to produce justice.
                            And as demonstrated by the link you provided, when prosecutors don't follow the law they get bitch slapped by the judge. That's how the system works.

                            If you have evidence that Mueller has withheld exculpatory evidence from defense counsel, please present it. Justice demands it. Otherwise, you're just blowing smoke and you know it.

                            You're falling for Trump's plan.

                            From now on, you must believe that all judges, courts, prosecutors, intelligence agencies, colleges, universities, professors, scientists, doctors, generals, reporters, newspapers, and news media are all not to be trusted. In other words, any institution which would ever disagree with president Trump is part of a massive conspiracy to destroy America. Learn it. Live it. Love it.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by HawkeyeDJ View Post



                              And as demonstrated by the link you provided, when prosecutors don't follow the law they get bitch slapped by the judge. That's how the system works.

                              If you have evidence that Mueller has withheld exculpatory evidence from defense counsel, please present it. Justice demands it. Otherwise, you're just blowing smoke and you know it.

                              You're falling for Trump's plan.

                              From now on, you must believe that all judges, courts, prosecutors, intelligence agencies, colleges, universities, professors, scientists, doctors, generals, reporters, newspapers, and news media are all not to be trusted. In other words, any institution which would ever disagree with president Trump is part of a massive conspiracy to destroy America. Learn it. Live it. Love it.
                              If they get caught not following the law. How many prosecutors have gotten away with not presenting exculpatory evidence or only presenting certain facts and hiding others? To tell the truth, I don't trust many of the groups you mentioned above. Are they all crooks? No. Are enough of them crooks to give the rest of them a bad name? Yes. Mueller withheld evidence that he had fired Strzok and his lover for several months until it came out in the news. He did not release that information. It is widely known that Mueller and Comey are good friends. That along is sufficient to indicate a conflict of interest in his investigation. He is tainted and anything he produces will be tainted.

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