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Saturday, January 09, 2021

The Good Old Patsies GOP

Historians credit Benjamin Franklin with drawing the first editorial cartoon. On May 9, 1754, he published his Join Or Die snake. The cartoon encouraged the colonies to unite and fight alongside the British in the French and Indian War.

A quarter-century later, the cartoon symbolized the American Revolution.

The PC Crowd (Professional Conservatives) chose to die rather than join President Donald John Trump. They preen before the cameras about the storming of the Capitol. It is the clucking of the cuckolds.

I have no doubt these dunces will vote to impeach The Donald.

After all, they joined with Democrats to override the president's veto, rather than fight to strip online censors from their Section 230 protection from libel suits.

This freed social media to pick off President Trump, QAnon, and a few rude people that the media portrays as extremists. The PC Crowd rejects Barry Goldwater's admonition: "I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!"

The PC Crowd refuses to acknowledge that after the fringe is eliminated, Democrats will go after their own collaborators in the Republican Party because one never trusts a traitor. Either Murkowski or Romney will be the last eaten by the CCP (Craven Cannibalistic Politicians) but none shall survive.

The PC Crowd shunned Goldwater in 1964 and supported Johnson in the belief that he was the moderate. This enabled Great Society socialism and the Vietnam War.

What fresh hell will Democrats unleash this time?

The preening by the PC Crowd is delicious because we watch the masks finally fall.

Lindsey Graham clucked, "Trump and I, we've had a hell of a journey. I hate it to end this way. Oh my God, I hate it. From my point of view he's been been a consequential president. But today, first thing you'll see. All I can say, is count me out, enough is enough."

Dick Cheney's daughter, a congresswoman from Wyoming, clucked, "There is no question that the president formed the mob, the president incited the mob, the president addressed the mob. He lit the flame."

Based on the number of people arrested or killed by the police, maybe 60 people stormed the Capitol out of 100,000 people who protested at the National Mall.

That means 99.9% of the people didn't storm the Capitol.

But what are facts in a fascist society?

Democrats in Congress never denounced the actual riots in Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, Portland, and Seattle this summer.

And they never denounced Raphel Warnock when his racist past showed up, unlike Republicans and Todd Akin and other candidates under media fire.

They denounced Donald Trump a month before the 2016 election.

Join or Die? They chose death. Which is why the party is dead to me.

61 comments:

  1. It's dead to me too Don. As is anything coming out of Hollywood, all news media, the whole corrupted culture. I wonder where we go from here.

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    1. This is why I read Don's stuff. So glad I stumbled upon his site.

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    1. And Awomen.

      Come on, we've got to laugh! Humor is therapeutic.

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    2. human will be changed to huwoman.

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    3. FLOlson, how is that pronounced? LOL.

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  3. Yet we hear people expressing surprise over the backstabbing by people like Grahamesty and Nikki Boeing Haley.

    Remember that poem Trump used to read.

    How quickly people forget.

    Trump blew it with Twitter. He should have walked a year ago--certainly the minute they started censoring him. For some odd reason he is only ruthless with China, not his other [primarily domestic] enemies.

    Now the RINOs are jumping ship expecting things to return to B.T.--Before Trump. Not gonna happen, fools.

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    1. I agree about Twitter. I kept waiting for him to send them to Parler. But he never did.

      That was a huge mistake. Just huge.

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    2. Never mind Parler, Donald Trump has enough billions to create and own his very own Twitter. He could have had his son-in-law run it, and called it some version of MAGA. It could have been his very own internet version of Radio Free America, and he could say what he wanted, when he wanted, and directed at who he wanted. There would be no law against that if it was not a non-profit.
      Twitter would have lost half their subscribers.

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    3. If the Trumps do a Bloomberg, which they may, and start their own media company to combat fake biased news, let me humbly submit that it be called TRU Media Partners, or TRUMP. Get it? TRU = not fake. TRU NEWS!

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    4. Rightway is totally on point.

      Parler is not relevant. It is already been deplatformed by Google and Apple.

      Totally hardened and controlled infrastructure is going to allow American Patriots to get their message out.

      It will still be monitored by American “Intelligence” agencies, but it would by shut-down by CCP-Democrat aligned Big Tech.

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  4. Only 100K?

    This rally was way bigger than the previous Stop the Steal Rally and you called that over a million. Which is it?

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    1. Just multiply by ten whatever CNN says it was.

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    2. out of 100,000 people who protested at the National Mall.

      A very reliable pro-lifer was in the crowd and stated that 'it was larger than ANY March for Life crowd, ever.' That means at least 250K.

      Another D C area pundit put the number at 1 million. Split the diff and you get >600K.

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    3. march for life has frequently had half a million +. It is usually reported as around 50k to spite it by the press when mentioned at all. I used to live inside the beltway. old non-political reporting of 4th of july fireworks crowds is that when the mall is packed wall to wall along with its adjacent open spaces, you have 2.5 million people. The mall loosely packed without adjacent areas hols a million easily. I wasn't there this past week, but this may help people who were there guess more accurately since the professional reporters are liars.

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    4. I was there - I have never seen anything like it and I've seen crowds well over 100,000. I'd day at closer to a million than 150,000. Could have been more based on James Felter's description.

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    5. What ever it was, it was a gracious plenty.

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  5. They are now the Publican Party. Publican were the most hated people in Israel under Roman occupation.

    Today we live in an occupied nation dominated by the progressive religion where

    Original sin equals white privilege.

    But there is no repentance allowed with this religion. You're forever damned by their high priests in media, government, and big corporations.

    I hope Trump has a mailing list rivaling his 80 million twitter followers. If he does then I see a new party forming that will destroy the Publican party.

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    1. You should take to heart this absolutely correct posing of yours:

      "But there is no repentance allowed with this religion. You're forever damned by their high priests in media, government, and big corporations."

      Before posting this:

      "If he does then I see a new party forming that will destroy the Publican party."

      Couple that with what the dumbocrats are posting on twatter, along with the brain dead, corrupt and compromised china doll, about designating the Republicans and Trump supporters as internal terrorists, and you can see there will be NO opposition party allowed if that brain dead, corrupt and compromised china doll is seated as POTUS.

      Believe the left when they tell you what the will do to you if you oppose them. There are a lot of dead souls in communist countries that can attest to that.

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    2. there will be NO opposition party allowed

      Yours is a message of total defeat, despair and death.

      I see huge opportunities developing. Surber should be moving to another platform such as locals.com.

      Because they are going to delete this site.

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    3. Do you NOT understand what CONgress did Jan 6th?

      Here's a hint. Right now, we are Venezuela. Or, if you prefer, a banana republic.

      Did any of those countries have opposition parties? If so, did they win?

      With the fraud that they claim gave the win to one of theirs, the brain dead, corrupt and compromised china doll, still IN PLACE, they used it to give the Senate runoff in Georgia to dumbocrats, giving them all 3 branches. Then, they certified a massive, in-our faces fraud, fraught with foreign interference. They committed treason.

      Only those who are in the club, will be allowed to run for office now. Period. That, at this time, is the reality.

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  6. FLASH from the Donald!

    Mark Dice captured his tweets before Twatter deleted them. They reveal he is negotiating deals for another platform.
    https://twitter.com/MarkDice/status/1347720897222742016?s=20

    Dear Donald:

    Please don't forget the pardons! Pardon everyone please!

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  7. It seems the only choice will be between disaster and catastrophe.

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  8. The only segment of the snake that is reliably conservative is South Carolina. NC isn’t. PA would be if not for Philadelphia, so they aren’t. VA is a disaster due to the Washington DC suburbs.

    Join or die indeed.

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    1. Don't count on SC with rino's like Miss Lindsey and Tim Scott. And with migrants like my sister from PA, they will face the same issues facing FL, AZ and TX.

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    2. I think that Virgina was stolen this year as well. There was a huge reaction brewing there. I think that they neutered it with the machines.

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  9. Hopefully the republican party will go the way of the whigs and be replaced by the MAGA party. President Trump can lead the way.

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    1. Nothing changes without war. Not something this deep.

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  10. The American establishment has lost political legitimacy on a scale never before seen over the last two months. The North lost legitimacy in the eyes of the South in the election of 1860. But there was a second, well-organized political establishment in the South. It was run by the slave owners. They had dominated Southern politics since the 17th century. They lost their legitimacy because of the war. By 1880, there was a new political establishment, and it was basically middle class and lower middle class. That white establishment dominated the South until about 1970.

    Today, the widespread loss of legitimacy is not being matched by a rise of any other form of political legitimacy.

    Historians love to talk about watershed events: turning point in history. Every historian has his favorites.

    I believe that what is happened since November 4, 2020 will be regarded by future historians as a watershed. It will have to do with the loss of legitimacy that is imputed by citizens to the national government.

    I don't know how many people are very hard-core Trump supporters, but I think it is safe to say that it is over 25 million. They don't constitute a political voting bloc today because they have no leaders. They are unorganized. But their hatred for the establishment that hates them back is going to affect American politics from this time on.

    Meanwhile its time to get organized.

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    1. "But there was a second, well-organized political establishment in the South. It was "...But there was a second, well-organized political establishment in the South. It was run by the slave owners. "

      Conservatives now don't have the same. The closest conservatives have are the few conservative state governors and their staffs.

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    2. Notice, I didn't refer to Republican governors

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  11. I am of two minds about leaving the GOP after a lifetime of party activism. On one hand I am as disgusted for the same reasons stated here and in comments above. Switching to NP, on the other hand, would preclude me from voting in GOP primaries in my closed primary state (I really don't care about that, since hardly any are contested here anyway). My chief concern is that a switch out could be considered to be motivated by fear of the mob, and I don't want to give them the satisfaction.

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    1. In cased you missed it voting no longer matters. I did just change to no party, I will not give them the numbers on a state sheet thinking they have more of us than they do.They will also never get another dime for anything.

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  12. Say, Don, I note you're still blogging on Blogspot. I used to do this myself in the early 2000s since it was easy and cheap. But, given the anti-social media combine's Trail of Tears (and fury) style exile of anyone of consequence (as in MAGA fans), I'd suggest you consider saving the material on your site to a safe place and then establishing a new site that's close to ready for primetime if the Googlebots decide to give this site the heave-ho. Just a thought. But we all want to make sure that these clowns don't simply obliterate your site and others who've worked hard and overcome many obstacles to share at least a portion of the actual truth to all who will listen.

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  13. Well, Big D, I just spent about an hour at Mac Warner’s site (sos.wv.gov) and it appears that a political party cannot be officially recognized until its candidate receives at least 1% of the vote for governor. Therefore, I would like to nominate YOU for the next governor of The Best State EVER, West Virginia. I volunteer to serve as your campaign manager, chief fundraiser, and just general overall Political Fixer. What say you, MAGA Jefe?

    Seriously, I will do more research on this. The problem is, I would rate myself Extremely Satisfied with the WV state government - currently about 75% R - so I’d have to make a very compelling case to voters to go MAGA instead of R. Lots to think about...

    But hey y’all, check out our state government org chart. Pretty AWESOME, right?

    https://cdn.ballotpedia.org/images/4/41/WV_state_org_chart.JPG

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    1. A decade ago 5 of us tried to establish the American Conservative Party. We had no wealthy sponsors, just middle class citizens, and found out the state laws are designed by the two major parties to prevent the formation of a new party. The petition requirements are alone enough to stymie new parties.

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  14. Okay. Totally off-topic, but has anyone else had a problem with Citizen Free Press today? I haven't been able to access the site since late yesterday.

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    1. Posted about it in last article. I just tried. There was a delay and then "This page isn’t working right now". Now it goes directly to that without delay.

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    2. Even tried clearing cookies. No luck.

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    3. They went to a new server last night. Website is (still) www.citizenfreepress.com.

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  15. Absolutely right about the Whigs.

    Commies distrust traitors and rightly so, figuring if you turn your coat against your own people, you'll turn it again. This will also apply to the Demos and all the Lefties. Granted, some of them have been this way since they left the womb, but it will make no difference to Shi (I'm going back to the old, intelligible way of Chinese names) and the rest of the gang in the Forbidden City. They can barely trust their own people, let alone a lot of traitors over here.

    I don't doubt Pelosi Galore will go to the wall with the same stupid look she always has.

    Join Or Die, it is. They had their chance. Now they get to live with it.

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    2. Shi lives in /Peking/...Just joined you!___Think I'll also retro back to using /Moslem/, as well. ZB

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    3. "Pelosi Galore". Lol! I see whatcha did there. Kudos!

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  16. They needed Trump to get elected or reelected.
    Now they stab him in the Senate.
    They are creating a martyr.

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  17. Well, I’ve been saying this since the “(s)election”, but I continue to refine this approach the more I think about it: Donald Trump should set up his own PAC separate from the GOP or any other “conservative” group. Then whenever I receive any future fundraising letters from such entities, I can write the following: “thank you for reminding me to make a donation to Make American Great Again…accordingly I have made a contribution in your name to Donald Trump’s PAC, please go there to make your case for funds…”

    Then, within the PAC, should be a list of upcoming races so that I could indicate which race(s) I am interested in so they could keep a separate tally for that - then these candidates could see that $5 million is being set aside for a specific House race OR $50 million for a Senate race OR $40 million for a Governor’s race AND so on. Once these candidates see a nice lump sum for a particular race just there for the asking, perhaps we’ll see some movement in the right direction...but I could be wrong, sigh

    Finally, I would ask LTG Flynn to run the vetting operation with help from Don Jr with the understanding that any candidate who double crosses us will be subject to a huge primary challenge the next time around (and in the meantime whenever possible)

    Now, perhaps I am being overly naive in matters such as these, but I am so over sending money to the GOP with little to show for it election-wise. Heck, we won’t know if we don’t try...but what do I know?

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  18. Does QAnon really even exist besides some guy in his basement. Where have they been the past three months. Buncha balderdash.

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  19. Free People - freedom loving conservatives, must fight and win over the GOP. Not the "GOPe" (establishment), but the el-Reps are the big problem - the elitist Republicans. Those who think some people are "better" than other people, based on groups, or group manners.

    Most college indoctrinated (educated?) folk are elitists. Virtually all Dems, but many (most?) college grad Reps are elites or elite wannabes.
    El-Dems & el-Reps, the el-Party in DC.

    Kurt S. has it right - elites & snobs vs. normal folk.

    I'm an ex-Libertarian, now a Republican. No new party - just Do The Work to take over the Republican Party, from the bottom up.

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  20. As I keep saying, the GOP is the GO Along to GET Along (with the Dems) Party. They have self-enBorginated with the Dems. Traitors, they are.

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  21. F@ggot Lindsay is no longer welcome in the upstate and he knows it. He is toast and better go off into the sunset with his lover.

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    1. I think he just got elected to another six years didn't he?

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  22. People keep saying 100,000. But that NY ex-commissioner who was there says it was more like 800,000 - 1,000,000. That is a significant number of people showing up from all over the country far in excess. I recommend you check it and then alter.

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  25. Don,

    Do you have a plan for when Blogger (Google) shuts you down?

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