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... to ignore the voters and decree him to be the winner, when we can't even wear campaign t-shirts in to the voting booth?

We are seeing Orange Hitler attempting to be a dictator, and millions of traitors watching and cheering him on.

Election 2020 / Orange Hitler loses Georgia again
« on: November 20, 2020, 09:15:12 AM »

Georgia has finished its statewide audit of the razor-thin presidential race, confirming that President-elect Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump, according to a news release from the Secretary of State's office.
Biden beat Trump by 12,284 votes, according to the final results from the audit. This is a slight drop for Biden compared to the pre-audit results.
Officials have said repeatedly that the audit confirmed there was no widespread fraud or irregularities in the election.

In the meantime Orange Hitler is flying the Republican legislators in Michigan to beg them to go against the will of the people and appoint him president.

Oh, but hes' not a dictator and "conservatives" aren't authoritarians.  ::)

... with white supremacists.

It dawns on me that while I have been aware of this relationship (The Southern Strategy, Reagan starting his campaign in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...), I under-estimated the attraction to it of the "conservative" mind. Yes there were always white supremacists at the fringes of the Republican Party. And yes, they did their dog whistles and even with the recent modest gains in votes from minorities they are still solidly the party of maintaining white privilege if not White Power.

But I never imagined that so many, 71 million apparently, would punt the notion of enlightened self interest (that is, that when we all do better we all do better). I never imagined that people would be so deeply seduced by the idea that helping minorities is somehow at their expense and to their detriment, and that they would be so seduced with absolutely no logical or rational argument. I really never imagined that so many people would summarily reject the facts in favor of this white supremacy. I mean has democracy really been that bad for them that they reject democracy in favor of Donald Trump?

Donald Trump? Really? They think their best interests are served by this idiot? WTF?

And now this guy is trying to start a war with Iran and playing games with troop levels in Afghanistan and Iraq to weaken his successor, which is of course us. And they're going along with his wholly irrational attacks on our elections, which of course is an attack on our democracy and us and which, of course, weakens us. All of us are weakened by these self-described "patriots" and lovers of their twisted idea of "freedom."

This boggles my mind. I'm sure Shit Hook will be along with some stupid remark about my mind. Fuck him. Fuck all of them. They're traitors. Each and every one of them are authoritarians and they're dead weight.

General Discussion / Cheat Sheet For Stupid "Conservatives"
« on: November 12, 2020, 01:43:32 PM »

General Discussion / Regardless
« on: November 03, 2020, 11:14:13 AM »
We must vanquish the death cult, and we have lots and lots of work ahead of us.

Their ideology is evil and still dangerous.

Never again!

The Republican Party is not a conservative party, it is to the right of conservatives. In other words it is a fascist party and an authoritarian party.

Not a single vote for Orange Hitler. That's something.

Corona Virus / And the latest Darwin Award goes to:
« on: October 02, 2020, 09:00:28 AM »
Orange Hitler and the trollop!

It's not nice to gaslight with Mother Nature.

Election 2020 / 43 days out and Biden's odds are 77%
« on: September 21, 2020, 09:57:28 AM »
We may save democracy after all! I'm confident.


General Discussion / Johnhp, AngryRedMan, .... RIP
« on: August 24, 2020, 02:25:12 PM »
Today I am sad to learn that my friend, Johnhp, passed away about 3 years ago. I sort of found it odd that he would go cold turkey. His death explains a lot. He logged in here on the last day of his life so I guess I wasn't what chased him away. I take a little comfort in that, and little is better than nothing.

When John was my friend he was a good friend. He and I could talk and understand each other. We both wanted to make friends with "conservatives" and to have meaningful exchanges. We both learned that our mutual goal was impossible. We gave each other support, as friends do. John was highly intelligent. Whether he was as intelligent as he wanted others to believe him to be, I don't know. He had a few degrees as one can see on his obituary. The picture of him bears little resemblance to the man whom I had met several times so he must have been gravely ill (on edit: it is a picture of him as a younger man). I am sorry to learn that. Perhaps I spoke too soon about taking comfort in not chasing him away?

The first time John got angry with me was over my support for Israel. I was not allowed to be pro-Israel, period, and nothing I could say could redeem me for the sin. I don't recall having harsh words with him although I may have. I find that, telling me that I cannot be pro-Israel, to be over the line for various reasons not the least of which is that no one is going to dictate to me what I believe. He could not handle that and he left here in a snit. Shortly after that Pepsi declared this place dead and revoked what he had said was a partnership.

I later asked John why he got mad at me and why I wasn't allowed to be pro-Israel. He said he didn't know and he changed the subject. I let it go and we were friends again although that was strike one. It was so egregious that it was also strike two.

Then came the 2016 election and suddenly I was not allowed to not be a Sanders supporter. More egregiously my explanation for being a Hillary Clinton supporter was, according to him, a lie and he had some cockamamie blather that was to be my true thoughts and motivation. He blocked me on Facebook and I attacked him here. He threw down the gauntlet and wouldn't discuss it. That was strike three, I reasoned.

One attack was against his morbid obesity. I thought that one over before I launched into it and it being strike three with no more chance for redemption, I went with it. I am not sure whether I regret the personal insult. He was abusive and arrogant and he betrayed our friendship to the point where I decided he was unsalvageable. I really just wanted him to shut up and I told him so, nicely. He wouldn't leave me alone so I unloaded on him.

He was morbidly obese and it appears that took him at a young age. I am sad to hear it. None of us are perfect. It is easy to find flaws in people and there is something unhealthy about posting on these forums.

I am struck by the fact that I remained friends with the far more dysfunctional Badnews, right up to just before his death. He failed to take care of himself too. I overlooked Badnews' flaws. I was ultimately unable to overlook John's.

But then Badnews overlooked my flaws too, at least when talking to me. He was not so generous behind my back. John could not allow a Jew to be pro-Israel.

The moral of the story is that life is short. We are all just people here. I think back on everything and good grief, people are ugly and nasty. Turgid Gummer is apparently dead. Boffo is apparently dead. I have no idea what happened to Malone, who was a decent fellow but very odd. I wish I could be more positive but I'd be lying. Lying: the one and only "conservative" value. I thank God that I am not one of those and as a final good memory of John, neither were you old friend.

General Discussion / Wayne LaPierre, come on down!
« on: August 06, 2020, 12:27:20 PM »
Justice will be served.

General Discussion / "Qanon," Scum of the Earth
« on: August 06, 2020, 09:13:45 AM »

The viral online movement, which took root on Internet message boards in the fall of 2017 with posts from a self-proclaimed government insider identified as “Q,” has triggered violent acts and occasional criminal cases. Its effects were catalogued last year in an FBI intelligence bulletin listing QAnon among the “anti-government, identity-based, and fringe political conspiracy theories” that “very likely motivate some domestic extremists to commit criminal, sometimes violent activity.”

QAnon, a baseless conspiracy theory, is fueled by right-wing outrage online and in the real world.

As the worldview took shape online, its followers flocked to Trump rallies with QAnon apparel and placards. Recently, as the election has drawn closer, actions by the president and his associates have brought them more directly into the fold.

The Trump campaign’s director of press communications, for example, went on a QAnon program and urged listeners to “sign up and attend a Trump Victory Leadership Initiative training.” QAnon iconography has appeared in official campaign advertisements targeting battleground states. And the White House’s director of social media and deputy chief of staff for communications, Dan Scavino, has gone from endorsing praise from QAnon accounts to posting their memes himself.

The president has repeatedly elevated its digital foot soldiers, sharing their tweets more than a dozen times on the Fourth of July alone. His middle son, Eric, who is 36 and a campaign surrogate, recently posted, and then deleted, an image drumming up support for his father’s Tulsa rally that included a giant “Q” and the text, “Where we go one, we go all.”

The apparent convergence of Trump’s inner circle with an ever-widening cohort of QAnon believers is alarming to scholars of extremism and digital communications, some of whom characterize the theory’s adherents as a cult. What most troubles analysts, however, is not that McEnany and others responsible for carrying out Trump’s agenda are amplifying QAnon, which has permeated right-wing politics and inspired a cadre of congressional candidates who could soon bring the philosophy to Capitol Hill. Even more worrisome, these observers say, is that the president’s messaging is increasingly indistinguishable from some key elements of the conspiracy theory.

The erroneous ideas defining QAnon — that Trump is a messianic figure fighting the so-called deep state, that he alone can be trusted, that his opponents include both Democrats and Republicans complicit in years of wrongdoing and that his rivals are not just misguided but criminal and illegitimate — represent core tenets of the president’s reelection campaign, especially as his poll numbers slump.

Meanwhile, the salvation envisioned by QAnon believers, including a military takeover and mass arrests of Democrats, rhymes with the president’s vow to use the armed forces to “dominate.” They back his endorsement of hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug that has not been proved to prevent coronavirus infection, and cast skeptics, including Anthony S. Fauci, the nation’s leading expert on infectious diseases, as a deep-state plant.

Corona Virus / Check out this obituary
« on: August 03, 2020, 07:11:50 PM »

Election 2020 / Down, down, down how low can Orange Hitler go?
« on: July 27, 2020, 05:41:30 PM »

General Discussion / TrumpVirus
« on: July 27, 2020, 05:21:03 PM »

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