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Monday, December 10, 2018

Spare us the piety, Democrats

Voters in Wisconsin replaced Republican Governor Scott Walker with a Democrat. Republicans in the legislature decided to trim the powers of the incoming governor. Michigan, too, is reining in its gubernatorial powers for its new Democrat governor.

Democrats are livid. A column by Joseph F. Cozza in USA Today said, "Partisan lame-duck sessions betray democracy."

Betray democracy?

How about when Democrats filled the Wisconsin statehouse with an unruly mob of thousands of teachers in a loud attempt to bully Scott Walker, then the new governor, and the legislature from conducting any business?

USA Today needed to have Cozza explain to its readers how taking over the Capitol served democracy.

How about when Democrats forced an expensive and unnecessary recall election that Walker survived?

USA Today needed to have Cozza explain how not accepting an election result is not a threat to a constitutional democracy.

But USA Today's staff is uninterested in protecting our republic and its institutions. The newspaper is part and parcel to the attempt to persecute President Trump, his family, his staff, and his supporters through a special counsel that is under no one's control.

If the newspaper were truly concerned, it would speak up against the Bungling Bob Mueller's attempted coup by prosecution. He is out of control.

As long as USA Today cheers the Democrat Party's refusal to accept the 2016 election result, the newspaper should button it when it comes to matters in Madison, Wisconsin.

The real heroes in the media are those who dare stand alone against this unprecedented onslaught by Obama's administration to deny President Trump's legitimacy. Obama is bound and determined to bring down our republic. The creeps he appointed -- Comey, Brennan, Clapper, and Rice in particular -- set up Mueller's witch hunt.

But so far there is not one hero out there. Just a bunch of zeroes like the USA Today and its contributing columnists.

"In a democratic system, decisions are considered legitimate if they embody the will of the people, which comes through citizen participation in electoral processes. Ultimately, representative democracy allows citizens to impact policy by choosing between competing candidates to defend their interests and by holding them accountable at the ballot box. It is this threat of electoral accountability that binds legislation to the will of the people," Cozza sniffed.

An editor should have looked at that and said wait a second, Cozza, let's apply that to President Trump and his supporters first.

Instead, the newspaper ignored the real threat to the republic and chased this squirrel.

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24 comments:

  1. Elected with a minority of the vote, and requiring foreign help, lil'Trumpters don't care much about democracy.

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    1. No, he got the majority. Of legal votes.

      Take 7 million fraudulent votes away from the Beast, and he won.

      PS But it's OK when Teddy Kennedy tried to get Russian help for the Demos, right?

      I'm sure the Eminent Mr Surber thanks you for making his point.

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    2. Only the fools in california want california deciding an election. The other "56 states" don't want that. Take california and its vote fraud out of the popular vote and Trump wins the popular vote. Take ny out also and Trump wins the popular vote by a landslide. Two of the most screwed up states in the nation should not be in a position to impose their style of governance on the whole country.

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    3. The rapist whose dick you love to suck was elected with a minority vote, too, cocksucker.

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    4. Nothing betrays democracy like a Democrat.

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  2. NEVER noted by the lying MSM: in the 2018 election, the Republicans earned 66 of 99 Assembly seats and 19 of 33 Senate seats.

    That is what democracy looks like, except to the lying MSM.

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  3. As the walls close in on crooked Trump, the butthurt wails grow louder. Though the stock market is tumbling, my Depends and Preparation H stock is soaring.

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    1. You mean you're stocking up on your stock of diapers and anal stimulants.

      A rare, wise decision for a democrat.

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  4. Hahahahaha. The Southern District of the U.S. Attorney Office which is bringing Trump's crimes to light is headed by a Republican who served on Trump's transition team and appointed to serve in his current capacity by the Trump team.

    Lesson: There are more people who believe in rules, laws, the Constitution, democracy (or the Republic as Surber chooses to call it) than drink the Trump Kool-Aid.

    MDGA = Make Democracy Great Again.

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    1. Note to those who don't want to spend their time looking it up. A recused Republican.

      We don't need lessons in selective law enforcement from the lawless border breachers' crowd, we already know.

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    2. Correction: lawfare. That was the word that I was looking for.

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    3. mdga = me dingle gots aids.

      A common democrat condition.

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  5. Butina to plead guilty. Another one for the "witch-hunt". Noose gets a little tighter.

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  6. "In a democratic system, decisions are considered legitimate if they embody the will of the people" Gentle reminder that Trump couldn't get a majority of the popular vote.

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    1. We are a republic, not a democracy. In a democracy if two wolves and a lamb voted what to eat for dinner, guess who it would be.

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    2. Neither could the Democrat, without cheating.

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    3. In the democrat version, after the Little Red Hen produced ber freshly baked loaves of bread, the barnyard mob promptly snapped her neck, chopped off her head, plucked her feathers, roasted her corpse and ate chicken with their dipped in chicken juices stolen bread.

      The democrats.

      The insect horde in humanoid form.

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  7. Other reasons to be spared the piety:
    - https://www.commentarymagazine.com/politics-ideas/wisconsin-coup-wasnt/
    - https://legalinsurrection.com/2017/10/the-rotting-corpse-of-wisconsins-john-doe-investigation-still-stinks/

    Last but not least, Dems literally fled democracy last time:
    https://www.redstate.com/diary/susananne/2011/02/27/wisconsin-democrat-fleebaggers-violate-senate-rule-23/

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  8. Mr. Surber, it appears that you're attracting a particularly unoriginal group of trolling dullards lately. They're all singing the same worn-out tune. They remind me of Alice the Goon on Popeye except for the slightly different chorus.

    Can you somehow request that their handlers at least send the JV team in? These drones here, and their remarks, are so passé and trite.

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    1. The taco twit twat is paying $15 bucks an hour for this.

      More authentic democrats are paying wetback wages.

      The true, pure to core democrats are getting paid by these "interns", so, calling for an improved, troll brigade is a non responsive endeavor.

      In other words, they ARE sending their best.

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  9. A Wisconsin resident posted this link at the JustOneMinute blog. Funny! You elect a Dem and overnight people are getting rich with their insider information.

    Group seeking $1.4 billion for real estate development near rail lines that don’t exist and aren’t even being contemplated…. something’s fishy.
    https://www.biztimes.com/2018/industries/banking-finance/group-seeking-1-4-billion-for-private-commuter-rail-project/

    JimNorCal

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  10. Democrats always have two sets of rules and two sets of standards. They have no shame.

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