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Wednesday, September 02, 2020

Democrats believe their own lies



Good news. Democrats now believe their own lies. This will bring them down because they violated Nobel physicist Richard Feynman's first principle.

He said, "The first principle is that you must not fool yourself – and you are the easiest person to fool."

Democrats fooled themselves. In trying to convince the public that Putin colluded with Donald Trump to rig the election in 2016, Democrats managed to believe the lie.

Just last week, Just the News reported, "Three-quarters of Democratic voters believe that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to steal the 2016 election, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.

"Asked whether it was more likely that Trump colluded with Russia in 2016 or that the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign that year, 73% of Democrats said the Russia collusion theory was more likely to have occurred.

"In contrast, 67% of Republicans expressed more belief in the claim that the Obama administration spied on Trump during that election."

Russian collusion is a superstition that damages Democrats by making them believe they actually won in 2016. Russian collusion repudiates the legitimacy of the election, and therefore, Democrats feel no obligation to learn anything from that election. They have the same game plan as before because they have faith that this time it will be different.

Instead of reaching out to those deplorable Trump supporters, Democrats continue to demonize them. Biden called them the dregs of society.

Their game plan writes off the very 62 million people who decided the last election. This is incredibly insipid.

Democrats cite media reports on the polls as proof that their plan is working. But Democrats own the media now, even Fox. Democrats do so at their own peril. As 1970s teen heartthrob Leif Garrett put it, "Don't believe your own publicity. You can't; you'll start thinking that you're better than you are."


24 comments:

  1. When there are zero consequences for your actions you can afford to make the same mistakes more then once. Clinton was let off the hook because she was deemed too old and stupid to know that deleting evidence under subpoena was illegal. That declaration didn't even hinder her campaign, she called anyone who pointed it out deplorable and they were quickly written off. Until there are ACTUAL consequences for democrats this will never ever ever ever end. We are still talking about a hit Putin put out on a political enemy, but it's taboo to talk about Seth Rich. C'MON MAN! If you're an elected republican, pull your head out your backside and do something about this...

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  2. I wonder, given the exodus from Dem ranks, how many of the Dems polled are of the hard core Dems. they are shrinking IMHO bu tthey don't know it yet.
    Feynman was one of my Science heroes...
    My old Physics Prof worked with under him on the Manhattan Project..

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    1. Mine was/ is Fermi... My limited knowledge of Chicago Pile-1 and his work with heavy water, using graphite as a substitute for the limited supply of deuterium...Done right under old Stagg Football Field (Amos Alonzo). However, this poster does favor a fellow with some blood that runs from the homeland of my ancestors. ZB

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    2. Richard Feynman was my favorite Physicist. His 3 giant Lectures on Physics books inspired several generations of young physicists.

      When I was a Physics student at Berkeley, I heard a rumor that Prof. Feynman might be giving an unannounced lecture. I took a flyer and went. He gave the best lecture on Physics I ever heard. Definitely the smartest person I ever was in the same room with. He was a very wise man, too.

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    3. Proud to say I recognized the photo of Richard Feynman immediately. I have his "Lectures on Physics" on my bookshelf.

      Don in Oregon

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    4. My science hero was Mr. Karpoe, who attained immortality by once running through the showers in a dorm of a boarding school, possibly under the influence, aggressively swinging a martini swizzle stick at the fleeing students.

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    5. I've spent the last few years attempting to warn people that communists do not care about the electoral process. It wasn't until this year that a lot of people started to realize just how true this is. If you're just going to pretend this is politics as usual for democrats, this will become politics as usual for the democrats.

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    6. The hard line democrats aren't going to change their minds. Worms took care of that years ago.

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  3. No, no, you go right ahead and call us names. Deplorables...Irredeemables (that's me). Worked out swell for you last time. Now, our candidates are "enemies of the state". So, that makes us, what, traitors? Hey, I sold out my line of "Proud to be a Deplorable" t-shirts last time; you think I can't make a killing on "Traitors for Trump"? Everyone else is getting rich under this administration, why not me?

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    1. LMAO! Where can I get your T-shirts?
      JerseyJim

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  4. Why are the Republicans allowing Chris Wallace to run one of the debates. He's a huge Trump hater and should not be allowed in the building during a debate. Looks like another own-goal.

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    1. Why? Because republicans each and every year just roll over and refuse to demand some fair moderators. It will NEVER end.

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    2. I don't think Team Trump is worried about Wallace because Trump was able to field every bean ball Chris threw at him in a 95 degree heat in the Rose Garden in July. I also think they expect Joe to bow out at the last minute so why get exercised at a biased questioner?

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    3. The republican establishment is still anti-Trump. They would rather have a democrat president than Trump, because he is not a member of the establishment. Their loyalty is to their class, not their party or their country. The ruling class is global, not American.

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  5. Leif weren’t no Bay City Roller, but then, who is?

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    1. A: Nancy at the beauty parlor.

      Nephew closes them down and Nancy blocks their unemployment.

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  6. "Their game plan writes off the very 62 million people who decided the last election."

    The game plan this time involves a significantly lower number of postal carriers... ='[.]'=

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  7. One of my all time favorite rock'n roll lyrics is from the late Tom Petty: "you believe what you want to believe". It seems apropos here...

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  8. Don I find it interesting that much of the advertising I see in and around you blog is for democratsSubvet

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    1. I get the same thing on my phone. The default seems to be Thank oh-blame-bush for helping to fight Trump.
      If I check a sales website, I get ads for them for a day, two tops,then back to the commie garbage.

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  9. "In contrast, 67% of Republicans expressed more belief in the claim that the Obama administration spied on Trump during that election."

    What the hell is wrong with the other 33%??? What are they reading/watching????

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  10. I think you're missing the intent of the disloyal opposition. They know in a free and fair election Trump will win in a landslide. their plan is to deligitimize the election just as they did in 2016. And more than that, they hope to force mail-in voting. That would allow them to keep the results from being known before Inauguration day. They will demand a interim government headed by Pelosi. America's fate hangs in the balance and the disloyal opposition knows they only have to win once. If they prevail, they will eliminate America as a nation state.

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