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    With his win last week in Indiana’s Republican primary, it appears increasingly likely that Donald Trump will now be the Republican nominee to run for president. However, Republican party elites are coming around only slowly to that prospect and are still having a hard time accepting that reality. They could still “shoot themselves in the...
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    Ben Garrison?

    Yes, Ben Garrison. Have you seen his latest cartoon of Moochie and Trump’s wife.

    Fury at racist cartoon comparing ‘butch’ Michelle Obama to pageant-ready Melania Trump
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 14 May 2016
    Posted on May 15, 2016 at 4:50:04 AM CDT by Mount Athos

    A cartoonist has been accused of racism after he portrayed Michelle Obama as masculine and butch next to a pageant-ready Melania Trump in a controversial drawing.

    The cartoon – which has been branded ‘racist and misogynistic’ – shows a muscular Mrs Obama wearing a green dress with a bulge in the groin area.

    Stood next to her is a feminine, smiling Melania Trump in a pink dress and holding a Trump sign.

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  • @RadicalCenter
    I'd like to write in "Donald trump on immigration and Ron Paul on everything else", but it doesn't work that way.

    It will be refreshing to have a woman return as First Lady too. This is an interesting cartoon showing Moochie next to Trump’s wife. Have a look. If I knew how I would post the cartoon.

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  • @utu
    "Ross Perot has virtually disappeared down the memory hole" - He did his job to prevent reelection of Bush. Just like Teddy Roosevelt in 1912 run independent to prevent reelection of Taft.

    Except the difference is that Teddy Roosevelt had been a very popular president and actually had a legitimate chance to win re-election in ’12 as he received a much higher total of the popular vote than did Taft. Also, due to his having served in the White House, Teddy Roosevelt is well represented in the history books as opposed to the Texas billionaire who has virtually disappeared down the memory hole. Perot’s last hurrah came in 1993 during his CNN debate with VP Al Gore vs. the passing of NAFTA. He warned that passing NAFTA would hurt the Democrats the following yr in the Congressional midterms (1994), and he was proven correct. While he was an effective populist at identifying the problems and offering solutions he was’t the most effective communicator and had the disadvantage of seemingly coming out of the woodwork, so to speak, in 1992. He remained popular for a few yrs before disappearing from whence he came. Donald Trump, by contrast, has consistently remained a popular figure since at least the mid. 1980′s and thus it was far easier for him to run within the system using some of Perot’s issues of economic nationalism, a philosophy that Ronald Reagan never ascribed to.

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  • I’d love to see the Koch brothers come out openly for Hillary. The Democrats have long demonized the Koch brothers as the epitome of Republican evil. So it will be fun to watch their heads explode.

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  • @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    And if Perot had run under the banner of one of the two established parties, he would have gotten more of the popular vote and had a legitimate chance to win. Remember: Outside of TX and the DC halls of power, prior to 1992 when he announced his candidacy for president, Ross Perot had virtually no name recognition whatsoever among most Americans, period.

    Irony is, in 1991 most Americans above the age of 18 could easily identify Donald Trump as opposed to either Ross Perot or Hillary Clinton. Even today, Ross Perot has virtually disappeared down the memory hole. Plus there's an entire generation that's grown up after he ran the first time that most likely wouldn't be able to identify him.

    “Ross Perot has virtually disappeared down the memory hole” – He did his job to prevent reelection of Bush. Just like Teddy Roosevelt in 1912 run independent to prevent reelection of Taft.

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    Except the difference is that Teddy Roosevelt had been a very popular president and actually had a legitimate chance to win re-election in '12 as he received a much higher total of the popular vote than did Taft. Also, due to his having served in the White House, Teddy Roosevelt is well represented in the history books as opposed to the Texas billionaire who has virtually disappeared down the memory hole. Perot's last hurrah came in 1993 during his CNN debate with VP Al Gore vs. the passing of NAFTA. He warned that passing NAFTA would hurt the Democrats the following yr in the Congressional midterms (1994), and he was proven correct. While he was an effective populist at identifying the problems and offering solutions he was't the most effective communicator and had the disadvantage of seemingly coming out of the woodwork, so to speak, in 1992. He remained popular for a few yrs before disappearing from whence he came. Donald Trump, by contrast, has consistently remained a popular figure since at least the mid. 1980's and thus it was far easier for him to run within the system using some of Perot's issues of economic nationalism, a philosophy that Ronald Reagan never ascribed to.
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  • @Priss Factor
    Maybe if Perot were bigger and better-looking, he would have won.

    And if Perot had run under the banner of one of the two established parties, he would have gotten more of the popular vote and had a legitimate chance to win. Remember: Outside of TX and the DC halls of power, prior to 1992 when he announced his candidacy for president, Ross Perot had virtually no name recognition whatsoever among most Americans, period.

    Irony is, in 1991 most Americans above the age of 18 could easily identify Donald Trump as opposed to either Ross Perot or Hillary Clinton. Even today, Ross Perot has virtually disappeared down the memory hole. Plus there’s an entire generation that’s grown up after he ran the first time that most likely wouldn’t be able to identify him.

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    "Ross Perot has virtually disappeared down the memory hole" - He did his job to prevent reelection of Bush. Just like Teddy Roosevelt in 1912 run independent to prevent reelection of Taft.
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  • @edNels


    "Or they could just support Hellary...''

    Oh, do you think that they would do dat?

    I don't know if he is running this time,but I would like to write in Ben Davis for Pres.!

    Ben Davis

    Ben Garrison?

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    Yes, Ben Garrison. Have you seen his latest cartoon of Moochie and Trump's wife.

    Fury at racist cartoon comparing 'butch' Michelle Obama to pageant-ready Melania Trump
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 14 May 2016
    Posted on May 15, 2016 at 4:50:04 AM CDT by Mount Athos

    A cartoonist has been accused of racism after he portrayed Michelle Obama as masculine and butch next to a pageant-ready Melania Trump in a controversial drawing.

    The cartoon - which has been branded 'racist and misogynistic' - shows a muscular Mrs Obama wearing a green dress with a bulge in the groin area.

    Stood next to her is a feminine, smiling Melania Trump in a pink dress and holding a Trump sign.
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  • It’s Trump versus Jewish globalists, who run both parties.

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  • Priss Factor [AKA "Dominique Francon Society"] says: • Website
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    "In a number of important respects, Trump’s appeal is reminiscent of Reagan’s back in 1980."

    This is an entirely inaccurate observation. Trump is more closely echoing businessman outsider Ross Perot of 1992. Perot, by virtue of his outsider status, constantly bashed both parties as being little more than two sides of the same coin. And he received 19% of the popular vote. Had he run on either the Democratic or Republican ticket he certainly would've received a significantly larger share of the total popular vote.


    "It is true that Trump is more brash, crude, and outlandish in his public statements and his pandering to the ignorant ultra-conservative base in the US, when compared to Reagan."

    Everything in GOP politics is not about Ronald Reagan, neither does everything have a direct comparison to a man who has been deceased for nearly fifteen yrs. Talk about being stuck in the past.

    In what direct ways has Trump, especially compared to Cruz, been pandering to the ultra-right wing of the GOP? This is an opinion not based on objective facts. Unless adopting an anti-immigration position isn't considered moderate but suddenly is surrogate shorthand for 'right wing', although to be fair, the author does not make mention at all as to immigration, which has been driving the 2016 election on both sides in large part because Trump made it his signature issue.

    "One of the several things that are unique in this 2016 electoral cycle is that a majority, if not a big plurality, of American voters are becoming increasingly fed up with the two party system — which is perhaps better described as two wings of a single Corporate Party of America system."

    Ronald Reagan never championed anything that remotely resembled economic nationalism, which promised to correct the problems that both major parties had caused. Ross Perot, however, did campaign as an economic nationalist. He was strongly vs. NAFTA (Reagan was not vs. free trade and NAFTA had its early beginnings during his administration), and was also vs. unlimited immigration or open borders as it is generally called nowadays.

    If anything, Donald Trump has channelled Ross Perot and the issues that he first raised during the 1992 presidential campaign, namely, that both political parties are out of step as well as out of touch with the ordinary American worker/voter. Back in 1992 there simply wasn't as much damage in comparison. Nearly a quarter of a century later, however, in 2016, the data and results are in: both parties have caused a large part of the damage to the ordinary US citizen.
    This was the among the major issues of Ross Perot's 1992 candidacy and it is now being emphasized and is resonating with voters due in large part to the candidacy of Donald Trump.

    Maybe if Perot were bigger and better-looking, he would have won.

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    And if Perot had run under the banner of one of the two established parties, he would have gotten more of the popular vote and had a legitimate chance to win. Remember: Outside of TX and the DC halls of power, prior to 1992 when he announced his candidacy for president, Ross Perot had virtually no name recognition whatsoever among most Americans, period.

    Irony is, in 1991 most Americans above the age of 18 could easily identify Donald Trump as opposed to either Ross Perot or Hillary Clinton. Even today, Ross Perot has virtually disappeared down the memory hole. Plus there's an entire generation that's grown up after he ran the first time that most likely wouldn't be able to identify him.
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  • Priss Factor [AKA "Dominique Francon Society"] says: • Website

    Progressive-Globalists or the PROGLOB say that the ‘culture war’ is over and that the ‘left won’. (Funny notion when the Left now represents the 1% and Goldman Sachs and the oligarchy and elitocracy.) But in truth, the Real Culture War is now only beginning. It is beginning because Culture has to be understood in relation to Race.
    Jews understood this all along. Jewish culture and Jewish race fought as one. Blacks understood this. Black culture and Black Race fought as one. Homos understood this. Homo culture and Homo identity fought as one.

    White race failed to fight the Culture War because white culture and white race were separate and couldn’t fight as one.

    So far, there was no real Culture War. Why? Because Jews, blacks, and homos(and La Raza Hispanics) fought the Culture War in terms of Our Race and Our Culture as a unity. In contrast, whites couldn’t properly fight the war since their culture and their race had to remain apart. Since white culture couldn’t reflect or serve the white race, it ended up cucking out to Jews, blacks, and homos.
    Only by fusing white culture(history, identity, consciousness, politics) with white race/biology can white people finally feel the soulful unity that allows confidence, pride, and courage to fight.

    Thus far, one side has been doing all the fighting while the other side just took the blows without counter-punching. In boxing, the left jab and right across must work together. Left jab is culture, the right across is race. Jews gained tremendous power cuz Jewish culture and Jewish race were coordinated to fight as one.
    Jews used media, academia, Hollywood, finance, and government to persuade whites to separate white culture from white race. But if white culture is cut off from white race, it can’t even be called white culture anymore. It turns into wussy Cuckture whereby white heritage, culture, and achievements are seen as existing only to serve other races since it cannot serve whites or be said to reflect the nature of the white race. It’s no wonder that so many white Europeans now think that the glorious achievements of Europe exist only to be shared with and serve non-whites than to serve whites whose ancestors built it.

    Because whites lacked the unity of race and culture, there was no real Culture War in the postwar era.
    War is where two or more sides fight each other It is not a war when only one side attacks and the other side stands defenseless and just takes all the blows. It’s been a Culture Battery with whites taking the drubbing without ever fighting back.

    But if Alt Right plays it right, white culture and white race can once again be fused into one. And then, white culture will be seen as existing to reflect, represent, and serve the white race. And then and only then will the REAL CULTURE WAR finally begin.

    So, what’s been called ‘the culture war’ was hardly that. It was a one-sided Culture Abuse where Jews, homos, and Negroes did all the fighting while whites stood helpless and took all the blows.

    Political consciousness is like electricity. The positive and negative charges must make contact to create power.
    Culture and Race must fuse into one in order to come alive, fight, and win.

    Why did Italian Fascism and National Socialism win the culture war in the first half of the 20th century? They fused race and culture. Tragically of course, National Socialism went off the rail and eventually destroyed itself because it messed with the nationalism of other nations. German nationalism betrayed the ideal of nationalism by violating the sovereignty of other nations.
    If National Socialists had been more respectful of other nations, their movement would have been a great success. The fusion of race and culture of the Modern Right could fight and destroy the Left.
    Indeed, even FDR’s regime was popular because it fused race, culture, and economics into one. It was a form of Liberal Fascism.
    The New Deal was mostly for whites. And US entered WWII as a race war against the ‘Japs’.

    Anyway, Alt Right’s signature achievement so far has been the fusion of white culture with white race. The positive charge and negative charge have been joined, and the power is finally ON. The light-bulb is finally glowing.

    The main enemies are Jewish globalists, homo supremacists, and black loonies. And traitor whites who have it so good. The globo-affluent whites in big cities and college towns enjoy all the privileges of globalism and hobnobbing with the elites around the world. They got theirs and are conceited with their fancy degrees. They turn up their noses at the other whites who have less.

    So, Alt Right must go to the poor, working class, and middle class to mobilize the masses of have-nots and have-lesses. In doing so, it will gain moral advantage over the privileged class of globalists, homos, mulattoes, and cuck-traitor white elites.

    Anyway, the Culture War is not over. What the ‘left’ won was a phony culture war in which the white race didn’t fight and indeed couldn’t fight because it had no juice in its electrical line. There was no juice cuz white culture and white race were not joined together to create the spark, the power.
    The GLOB want to fool us that the ‘culture war’ is over and that there is nothing to fight about anymore. The ‘left’ won, the ‘right’ lost, and so, the ‘right’ should just hand over all the guns and bow its head and obey.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/05/10/harvard-prof-urges-liberals-treat-evangelical-christians-like-nazis/

    To such arrogance, we say “LISTEN GLOB, THE REAL CULTURE WAR IS ONLY NOW BEGINNING. AND YOU AINT SEEN NOTHING YET.”

    So, the Culture War finally begins for real. Alt Right must lead the fight because it stands for the unity of race and culture, of plus and negative charges that make the electricity come alive.

    It’s like the opening of GREASE. Sandy wonders if this is the end. And Danny says, no, this is only the beginning.
    Let the REAL CULTURE WAR begin. Alt Right must be race-and-culture-warriors.

    It’s like the ending of KIDS RETURN when one guy muses if it’s all over, and the other guy says, “It hasn’t even started yet.”

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  • “In a number of important respects, Trump’s appeal is reminiscent of Reagan’s back in 1980.”

    This is an entirely inaccurate observation. Trump is more closely echoing businessman outsider Ross Perot of 1992. Perot, by virtue of his outsider status, constantly bashed both parties as being little more than two sides of the same coin. And he received 19% of the popular vote. Had he run on either the Democratic or Republican ticket he certainly would’ve received a significantly larger share of the total popular vote.

    “It is true that Trump is more brash, crude, and outlandish in his public statements and his pandering to the ignorant ultra-conservative base in the US, when compared to Reagan.”

    Everything in GOP politics is not about Ronald Reagan, neither does everything have a direct comparison to a man who has been deceased for nearly fifteen yrs. Talk about being stuck in the past.

    In what direct ways has Trump, especially compared to Cruz, been pandering to the ultra-right wing of the GOP? This is an opinion not based on objective facts. Unless adopting an anti-immigration position isn’t considered moderate but suddenly is surrogate shorthand for ‘right wing’, although to be fair, the author does not make mention at all as to immigration, which has been driving the 2016 election on both sides in large part because Trump made it his signature issue.

    “One of the several things that are unique in this 2016 electoral cycle is that a majority, if not a big plurality, of American voters are becoming increasingly fed up with the two party system — which is perhaps better described as two wings of a single Corporate Party of America system.”

    Ronald Reagan never championed anything that remotely resembled economic nationalism, which promised to correct the problems that both major parties had caused. Ross Perot, however, did campaign as an economic nationalist. He was strongly vs. NAFTA (Reagan was not vs. free trade and NAFTA had its early beginnings during his administration), and was also vs. unlimited immigration or open borders as it is generally called nowadays.

    If anything, Donald Trump has channelled Ross Perot and the issues that he first raised during the 1992 presidential campaign, namely, that both political parties are out of step as well as out of touch with the ordinary American worker/voter. Back in 1992 there simply wasn’t as much damage in comparison. Nearly a quarter of a century later, however, in 2016, the data and results are in: both parties have caused a large part of the damage to the ordinary US citizen.
    This was the among the major issues of Ross Perot’s 1992 candidacy and it is now being emphasized and is resonating with voters due in large part to the candidacy of Donald Trump.

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    Maybe if Perot were bigger and better-looking, he would have won.
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  • edNels [AKA "geoshmoe"] says:
    @Minnesota Mary
    "Would he come to them and tell them what they wanted to hear, supporting free trade, cutting social security, providing more tax cuts for big business, repeal Obamacare, etc."

    I didn't know that the insider Republicans were for cutting social security. That issue has always been a sacred cow for both Dems and Repubs. How about Trump's stance on immigration? You didn't mention that.


    "It is true that Trump is more brash, crude, and outlandish in his public statements and his pandering to the ignorant ultra-conservative base in the US, when compared to Reagan."

    Define "ignorant-ultra-conservative base" please. I have a feeling that I am part of that group according to your definition.

    I like Trump because he says stuff, that we all agree, stuff that is common sence.. enough gadamned immigrants already! Enough already for Christ’s sakes!’
    is shit that the politically correct types… they don’t talk about that… but the PC folks… they have f’d up this country so much… I mean, you can”t say nuthin’ anymores…

    You can’t even say the obvious stuff…similar to Andersen’s Tale of the Emporor who went nude!

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  • edNels [AKA "geoshmoe"] says:
    @Minnesota Mary
    "Would he come to them and tell them what they wanted to hear, supporting free trade, cutting social security, providing more tax cuts for big business, repeal Obamacare, etc."

    I didn't know that the insider Republicans were for cutting social security. That issue has always been a sacred cow for both Dems and Repubs. How about Trump's stance on immigration? You didn't mention that.


    "It is true that Trump is more brash, crude, and outlandish in his public statements and his pandering to the ignorant ultra-conservative base in the US, when compared to Reagan."

    Define "ignorant-ultra-conservative base" please. I have a feeling that I am part of that group according to your definition.

    Hi Meeneeesotaah. While there still remains any remembrence of Scandanavian Americans… Uff Da!

    [I didn’t know that the insider Republicans were for cutting social security. That issue has always been a sacred cow for both Dems and Repubs. How about Trump’s stance on immigration? You didn’t mention that."]

    I was going to try to retract my above comment where I said: that this is the biggest ”Socialistic” society ever… whch I think I miss spoke. However, there are different versionsof socialism!

    We do know that… right? National Socialism ‘Bad’…. Communist Socilisim Bad!… Right?

    You dumb fucks are never supposed to figure it out that you live under total Socialism… for the 00.1%… socialism, with no name… and they got the whole military establishment to back it up!

    Uff Dah… Indeed!

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  • There aren’t two political parties, just a single party with two faces controlled by a powerful cartel of businesspeople and others.

    We are fed the illusion of a dueling party system to give the people the notion they really have choices and a say – which in reality we do not. Witness McConnell and Ryan who do the bidding of globalists and Chambers of Commerce types who can afford to bribe them properly.

    Trump and Sanders have exposed the rotting facade the oligarchs have erected, showing how little say we really have and how our so-called “conservative” writers, opinion makers etc, have been nothing but a class of paid propagandists for the elite, who use them to soft peddle policies that are destructive to the people of our country.

    You can see it with the way the GOP elite and thought leaders are going to support Hillary. There is no difference, they benefit whether a crook like Jeb or Hillary is in office.

    Like George Carlin said, “it’s a big club and you and I aren’t in it”.

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  • @RadicalCenter
    I'd like to write in "Donald trump on immigration and Ron Paul on everything else", but it doesn't work that way.

    Me too!

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  • “Would he come to them and tell them what they wanted to hear, supporting free trade, cutting social security, providing more tax cuts for big business, repeal Obamacare, etc.”

    I didn’t know that the insider Republicans were for cutting social security. That issue has always been a sacred cow for both Dems and Repubs. How about Trump’s stance on immigration? You didn’t mention that.

    “It is true that Trump is more brash, crude, and outlandish in his public statements and his pandering to the ignorant ultra-conservative base in the US, when compared to Reagan.”

    Define “ignorant-ultra-conservative base” please. I have a feeling that I am part of that group according to your definition.

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    Hi Meeneeesotaah. While there still remains any remembrence of Scandanavian Americans... Uff Da!

    [I didn’t know that the insider Republicans were for cutting social security. That issue has always been a sacred cow for both Dems and Repubs. How about Trump’s stance on immigration? You didn’t mention that."]

    I was going to try to retract my above comment where I said: that this is the biggest ''Socialistic'' society ever... whch I think I miss spoke. However, there are different versionsof socialism!

    We do know that... right? National Socialism 'Bad'.... Communist Socilisim Bad!... Right?

    You dumb fucks are never supposed to figure it out that you live under total Socialism... for the 00.1%... socialism, with no name... and they got the whole military establishment to back it up!

    Uff Dah... Indeed!
    , @edNels


    I like Trump because he says stuff, that we all agree, stuff that is common sence.. enough gadamned immigrants already! Enough already for Christ's sakes!'
    is shit that the politically correct types... they don't talk about that... but the PC folks... they have f'd up this country so much... I mean, you can''t say nuthin' anymores...

    You can't even say the obvious stuff...similar to Andersen's Tale of the Emporor who went nude!
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  • edNels [AKA "geoshmoe"] says:
    @Quartermaster
    Kids today have no historical understanding of a lot of what is going on. They think socialism is just peachy because they have not been educated, they have been indoctrinated and have no idea what people like Stalin, Mao, Castro and Kim were. In a word, they are stupid because they don't think, they just react. The low info voter, which the kids typify, is simply the typical voter these days.

    For starters, I don’t mean to be mean/insulting.

    But however, your comment informs in its way, it tells all about what you mention, in spades!

    INOwords… You have made exibit of the point you wanted to say, but I thimk you were inteneded that the thing was to some other asshole types peeps, such as the ” kids” or youngsters, I agree that the ”Kids” are bunch a bastards… (later on that issue… ),

    they have been indoctrinated and have no idea what people like Stalin, Mao, Castro and Kim were. In a word, they are stupid because they don’t think, they just react. The low info

    Now just to level the playing field, I am a member of ILWU, I did not do any draft to Viet Nam.

    I am a coward… but that is a coward my definition… not yours… if the time came.. if there is such a time that could come… that we need to defend our country… but as we must be aware today… who runs the muther f’r?

    I was ready to go to war I was going to be in the army, I loved the Boy Scouts, where they were mainly making us ready for the army.

    Unfortunately for my / i got to go, but my point is, QMr you should realize that the Kids are totally brainwashed… and you and me, really live in the most socialistic society ever, and the kicker is, you don’t realize this fact!

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  • Biff says:

    A small lesson in American democracy would reveal how badly Washington hates it. For the past century Washington has been rooming the globe over throwing democraticly elected governments by the dozens. Some politicians have candidly come out and said “they elected the wrong people”.

    What the ruling class want in the White House is another empty suit just like Billy, Bush, and Obama, who simply coddles to their desires.

    If Trump is elected the powers that be will be forced to come out of the shadows and over throw one more government, just like the time before, and the time before that – this one will be the government the American people wrongly elected.

    Hopefully Americans will get a real ugly look at their precious worthless democracy.

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  • Priss Factor [AKA "Dominique Francon Society"] says: • Website

    http://heatst.com/culture-wars/sheryl-sandberg-facebook-feminism/

    Okay, bossy is out. Is ‘pushy’ better?

    One of the great contradictions of current ‘leftism’ is its immense capitalist wealth.

    There was a time when the Left had some real inkling of the conditions, problems, and challenges of the real people.

    Grapes of Wrath and Raisin in the Sun know real social problems and understand the value of family and morals.

    But the new ‘left’ is made up of rich capitalists and hipsters in haute communities funded by them.
    Thus, in their world of immense privilege, they are shut off from real people. Worse, the entertainment industry run by rich Libs pervert people’s morals with stuff like Jerry Springer, MTV, Smiley Circus, and etc.

    Sandberg’s conflates her billionaire experience with single-motherhood(due to death of hubby) with all the single-mothers who ended up that way through trashy shallow behavior and who would do better with a healthy dose of morality and responsibility(that have been made unfashionable by decadent culture and media that promote Bruce ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner as the new paragon of courage and values).
    One saving grace of the old days is that, despite the poverty, even poor whites and blacks(like in Grapes and Raisin) had family values and sense of morals.

    But in the world of globo-privilege(that favors globalist elites over native masses all over the world), the new ‘leftist’ proposals are all fantastic, fruitopian, fancy-pants, precious, coy-oh-boy, smuggy-wuggy.
    Caviar and Cocktail ‘leftism’ has no understanding of real people and problems. We need Grapes and Raisin leftism for the people.

    With the likes of Zuck as the face of the new ‘left’, what is real anymore?

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  • The two-party system is simultaneously corrupt and anachronistic. Or should it read “corrupt BECAUSE it’s anachronistic.” Long ago America separated into the very “factions” which Madison warned against in Federalist 10. And the separation is more pronounced now than ever. The current system has had its day–the Trump and Sanders candidacy proves it–so it is high time that we turn to a multi-party system in this country. Ron P. is correct. The current system stinks!

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  • @mtn cur
    We entered "post literate" society with the advent of TV. With the coming of credit card consumerism, the idiots did not understand that unlike with criminal counterfeiters, the bank keeps a tab on the funny money that we and the FED create with credit and then uses the proceeds to pay the P R firms to create and maintain a mythology of citizenship, democracy, political parties, patriotism and the rule of law. It is ludicrous to hear the national misleadership express such indignation over the logical results of the public education system which they designed and controlled. We are not a banana republic and never will be; By the time climate change increases the temp enough for bananas, all the topsoil here will be toxic, covered with asphalt or washed out to sea.

    Take a breath and calm down.

    Our ancestors, going back through tens of thousands of years, endured conditions so much worse than anything now in play that we should be embarrassed to ever meet one of them.

    For all we know, major trends that led to this cusp are about to reverse in ways that might produce better results. Or other trends could emerge leading to a 99% die-off of all humans, or Choice C.

    We have no idea what is next, or after that.

    What we have is ourselves, our families, and our neighborhood. The rest, even if it affects us greatly, is too large and inertia-filled to change. Cultivate resilience, stop worrying about it all too much and enjoy yourself. This is the only game in town.

    MPAI. Most people are idiots. It’s always been that way, there’s just a lot more people alive today and it makes it painfully obvious.

    Also, consider reading Albert J. Nock’s “Isaiah’s Job.” It might make you feel better.

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  • @edNels


    "Or they could just support Hellary...''

    Oh, do you think that they would do dat?

    I don't know if he is running this time,but I would like to write in Ben Davis for Pres.!

    I’d like to write in “Donald trump on immigration and Ron Paul on everything else”, but it doesn’t work that way.

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    Me too!
    , @Sbaker
    It will be refreshing to have a woman return as First Lady too. This is an interesting cartoon showing Moochie next to Trump's wife. Have a look. If I knew how I would post the cartoon.
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/05/14/23/342D0E0B00000578-3590830-image-m-2_1463265048316.jpg
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  • We entered “post literate” society with the advent of TV. With the coming of credit card consumerism, the idiots did not understand that unlike with criminal counterfeiters, the bank keeps a tab on the funny money that we and the FED create with credit and then uses the proceeds to pay the P R firms to create and maintain a mythology of citizenship, democracy, political parties, patriotism and the rule of law. It is ludicrous to hear the national misleadership express such indignation over the logical results of the public education system which they designed and controlled. We are not a banana republic and never will be; By the time climate change increases the temp enough for bananas, all the topsoil here will be toxic, covered with asphalt or washed out to sea.

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    • Replies: @dc.sunsets
    Take a breath and calm down.

    Our ancestors, going back through tens of thousands of years, endured conditions so much worse than anything now in play that we should be embarrassed to ever meet one of them.

    For all we know, major trends that led to this cusp are about to reverse in ways that might produce better results. Or other trends could emerge leading to a 99% die-off of all humans, or Choice C.

    We have no idea what is next, or after that.

    What we have is ourselves, our families, and our neighborhood. The rest, even if it affects us greatly, is too large and inertia-filled to change. Cultivate resilience, stop worrying about it all too much and enjoy yourself. This is the only game in town.

    MPAI. Most people are idiots. It's always been that way, there's just a lot more people alive today and it makes it painfully obvious.

    Also, consider reading Albert J. Nock's "Isaiah's Job." It might make you feel better.
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  • @Durruti
    We are political prisoners of a one Party/gang, one dimensional, one idea, one master ($$$Oligarch owned) totalitarian Post-American-Republic system.

    The most sudden change occurred on November 22, 1963 in the Coup D'etat in Dallas.

    The American Republic is Dead. Long Live the Republic!

    That in itself is refreshing one who understands or at least admits that it was the deep pockets who were behind the murders of both JFK and his brother, and on that day we became just another banana republic and the only way out of it s another revolution.!!!

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  • Of course, not 1 in 20 will listen to a twenty-minute video, even here. So, I transcribed it. And, added some pictures for your viewing pleasure.

    March 10, 2016 Message to the Voting Cattle

    Our own awesome ‘wip’ posted this video in another thread, and asked me to listen to it. I did, and it’s freaking fabulous. I agree with about 95% of it. It explains as well as I’ve ever heard, why I say we should all vote for Candidate Nobody.

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  • When it comes to the US political parties and country’s landscape – I tends to agree with Ron Paul.

    Former Congressman and GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul in a recent interview at Russian Television (RT) claimed that voting for GOP or Democrat is not going to solve America’s national or international problems because the elections are rigid and the whole democratic process is a ‘charade’ (listen the interview below).

    https://rehmat1.com/2016/04/19/ron-paul-us-elections-are-charade/

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  • We are political prisoners of a one Party/gang, one dimensional, one idea, one master ($$$Oligarch owned) totalitarian Post-American-Republic system.

    The most sudden change occurred on November 22, 1963 in the Coup D’etat in Dallas.

    The American Republic is Dead. Long Live the Republic!

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    That in itself is refreshing one who understands or at least admits that it was the deep pockets who were behind the murders of both JFK and his brother, and on that day we became just another banana republic and the only way out of it s another revolution.!!!
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  • Kids today have no historical understanding of a lot of what is going on.

    Kids?

    Try adults, too.

    What we are witnessing is a change in trend on the magnitude of that which occurred over 200 years ago. Apogee on this Narrative was reached about 16-20 years ago and the supertanker of that trend has spent all that time slowly turning.

    Trump is but a signal. He jumped in front of the band that already turned. The GOP & Conservatism, Inc. are still stuck in the old Narrative (the Dems are wearing its cement overcoat) and eventually the Cuckervative Wing (whose standard bearer is currently Ryan) will be nothing but a notation in the history books.

    WATW (We Are The World) and globalism reached apogee decades ago. Leftists are doubling and tripling down on UTTER INSANITY, rabbit-style, as their raison de etre fades right out from under them.

    Conflict is coming. Trump is but the stiff breeze ahead of the F5 tornado that approaches.

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  • Kids today have no historical understanding of a lot of what is going on. They think socialism is just peachy because they have not been educated, they have been indoctrinated and have no idea what people like Stalin, Mao, Castro and Kim were. In a word, they are stupid because they don’t think, they just react. The low info voter, which the kids typify, is simply the typical voter these days.

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    For starters, I don't mean to be mean/insulting.

    But however, your comment informs in its way, it tells all about what you mention, in spades!

    INOwords... You have made exibit of the point you wanted to say, but I thimk you were inteneded that the thing was to some other asshole types peeps, such as the '' kids'' or youngsters, I agree that the ''Kids'' are bunch a bastards... (later on that issue... ),

    they have been indoctrinated and have no idea what people like Stalin, Mao, Castro and Kim were. In a word, they are stupid because they don’t think, they just react. The low info
     
    Now just to level the playing field, I am a member of ILWU, I did not do any draft to Viet Nam.

    I am a coward... but that is a coward my definition... not yours... if the time came.. if there is such a time that could come... that we need to defend our country... but as we must be aware today... who runs the muther f'r?

    I was ready to go to war I was going to be in the army, I loved the Boy Scouts, where they were mainly making us ready for the army.

    Unfortunately for my / i got to go, but my point is, QMr you should realize that the Kids are totally brainwashed... and you and me, really live in the most socialistic society ever, and the kicker is, you don't realize this fact!
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  • edNels [AKA "geoshmoe"] says:

    “Or they could just support Hellary…”

    Oh, do you think that they would do dat?

    I don’t know if he is running this time,but I would like to write in Ben Davis for Pres.!

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    I'd like to write in "Donald trump on immigration and Ron Paul on everything else", but it doesn't work that way.
    , @RaceRealist88

    Ben Davis
     
    Ben Garrison?
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