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The perceived intensity of disunity in the Democrat party has increased substantially in just the last month. When we consulted polling data at the end of January, self-identified Democrats were more likely to say the party was “more united than usual” than to say it was “more divided”.

That is no longer the case. Both independents and Republicans also rate the Democrat party as more disunited now than they did a month ago. In fact, across all demographic groups, Democrats appear disunited and the GOP united:

This poll was conducted a few days before the Nevada debate where Bloomberg made his debut. It’s going to be interesting to see if and how things settle in the party.

The most plausible way this happens is by Sanders being cheated again and then falling in line again to endorse whoever the party machine picks. But while he may repeat the buckle, his supporters are a different story. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice… It could also come about by the party getting an acceptable marionette in the VP slot, setting the ground rules for Sanders in private, and then publicly supporting his nomination and candidacy.

 
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  1. “But while he may repeat the buckle, his supporters are a different story”.

    Agreed.

    A Sanders/Gabbard ticket would have at least some chance in November. No other Democratic candidate has any chance at all. The Neo Liberals prefer to lose with one of their own. That way they get to keep their place at Court.

    This election has become boring for Trump supporters.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    Boring?!  The circular firing squad has been HILARIOUS!
    , @LoutishAngloQuebecker
    Um yeah they do have a chance.

    Rs are on this demographic ice.
    , @RudyM

    A Sanders/Gabbard ticket would have at least some chance in November.
     
    But Tulsi seems extremely unpopular with Democrats, not just lacking support, but positively disliked. I think a lot of Democrats would have a problem with Tulsi in the vice presidential spot, given Sanders age and spotty health.
  2. For good or ill Bernie is Raising the Stakes:

    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was the only individual on Wednesday night’s debate stage who expressed the belief that whichever candidate goes into the Democratic National Convention with the most delegates this summer — regardless if it is a majority — should be the party’s nominee.

    If Sanders arrives #1 to a Brokered Convention — The DNC has no viable option.

    — Pick him? Face the near certain risk of losing the House in the General Election?
    — Punt him? Almost as bad, plus offending the base that will carry forward for multiple future election cycles.

    Picking him is the Lesser of Two….. But the millionaire socialist with both front trotters in the trough will be an easy mark for Trump. And, the DNC knows it.

    PEACE 😇
    _______

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    Great poster or meme there, A123. Thanks!
  3. Sanders supporters reveal implied preference, as economists would say.

    they understand and know that Sanders is a communist. he’s not a socialist. Sander’s supporters act like communists. because they are communists. they are aware their leader is a communist.

    more specifically, jews are NEVER socialists. that is extremely psychologically and biologically unnatural for them. jews are always only ever ultra capitalists or communists. those are by far the most natural political alignments for them.

  4. @WorkingClass
    "But while he may repeat the buckle, his supporters are a different story".

    Agreed.

    A Sanders/Gabbard ticket would have at least some chance in November. No other Democratic candidate has any chance at all. The Neo Liberals prefer to lose with one of their own. That way they get to keep their place at Court.

    This election has become boring for Trump supporters.

    Boring?!  The circular firing squad has been HILARIOUS!

  5. Off topic, but good news worth sharing.

    PEACE 😇

  6. I’m not a member of any organized political party; I’m a Democrat. Still as true when Will Rogers said it eons ago.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    I’m not a member of any organized political party; I’m a Democrat. Still as true when Will Rogers said it eons ago.

     

    Huey Long was even more prescient-- "When fascism comes to America, they'll call it Antifa."
  7. Sanders must have 51% going to the convention. Otherwise there is no winner, and DNC rules then allow super delegates to join in who will corral the corporate sponsored Dems to choose one.

    Sanders role is to prevent a mass defection to a third party like the Greens.

  8. @A123
    For good or ill Bernie is Raising the Stakes:

    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was the only individual on Wednesday night’s debate stage who expressed the belief that whichever candidate goes into the Democratic National Convention with the most delegates this summer — regardless if it is a majority — should be the party’s nominee.
     
    If Sanders arrives #1 to a Brokered Convention -- The DNC has no viable option.

    -- Pick him? Face the near certain risk of losing the House in the General Election?
    -- Punt him? Almost as bad, plus offending the base that will carry forward for multiple future election cycles.

    Picking him is the Lesser of Two..... But the millionaire socialist with both front trotters in the trough will be an easy mark for Trump. And, the DNC knows it.

    PEACE 😇
    _______

    https://i.imgflip.com/2vzr08.jpg

    Great poster or meme there, A123. Thanks!

  9. As I wrote under another post of yours (I think), it’s Bloomberg that I’m worried about. All the rest of these sickos can spout their hard-left stupidity all they want during the campaign, but most of it is too stupid to even make it into law, were they somehow elected. Bloomberg will go hard-out for the guns, as that’s not just part of his campaign, but a part of his life. He will be the one with the most chance of causing a hot civil war in this country.

    Hey, how about that for a poll question? “Which candidate is most likely to cause a civil war?”

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    Bloomberg will go hard-out for the guns, as that’s not just part of his campaign, but a part of his life. He will be the one with the most chance of causing a hot civil war in this country.

    Biden is actually worse on guns. He wants to allow cities to sue gun manufacturers for the criminal use of legally sold guns. That would bankrupt our gun companies. It's like letting people sue Ford for drunk driving.

    Bloomberg is very much anti-gun but he is toast after the last debate. He wouldn't stand a chance against Trump anyways. Saying "kill it" in response to a woman getting pregnant isn't going to go over well with middle America. It also embarrasses liberals since they keep telling us that a fetus isn't alive and can't be killed.

  10. @Ian Smith
    I’m not a member of any organized political party; I’m a Democrat. Still as true when Will Rogers said it eons ago.

    I’m not a member of any organized political party; I’m a Democrat. Still as true when Will Rogers said it eons ago.

    Huey Long was even more prescient– “When fascism comes to America, they’ll call it Antifa.”

  11. In fact, across all demographic groups, Democrats appear disunited and the GOP united:

    Whatever Trump’s flaws, he’s good enough for government work. Especially for Republicans, who care less and have lower standards. The position is just not that important.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
    One thing that stands out to me about previous generations of politicians was that they didn't need a public job to survive. 10 Presidents, the most recent being Nixon (tellingly, given what would happen later with the media, it was the Time vs. Hill case from 1966. It's on YouTube) , have argued in front of the Supreme Court as private sector lawyers.

    The Founders had in mind people establishing themselves as something notable elsewhere and then going off to serve publicly for a few years. How times have changed. Trump is a bizarre refresher at least in this respect, despite his rather dodgy private sector record. Better than Jeb or Hillary.

  12. “… It could also come about by the party getting an acceptable marionette in the VP slot, setting the ground rules for Sanders in private, and then publicly supporting his nomination and candidacy. …”

    … And then if elected Sanders will suffer another heart attack—whether naturally or artificially—and the DNC’s hand-picked VP becomes President. Establishment wins again!

    Yes, this would be slyer, more deniable and more efficacious than the various Wile E. Coyote schemes the DNC has so far been using.

  13. OT: I’m in the gym, and CNN is blaring the following bold print headlines on TV. I have not watched TV regularly in over a decade, so I’m not up to date by how the Gatekeepers present their arguments. I definitely didn’t expect something as tone deaf and naively ahistorical as this.

    “Trump Rewards Staff Loyal To Him, Fires Those Who Are Disloyal.”

    Wow! Who’da thunk a President who wants to actually enact policies of his own would do that sort of thing?

    Naturally, a lot of finger waving about how democracy dies in darkness and oligarchic corruption mixing with completely unironic support of Bloomberg trying to force a brokered convention from the talking heads.

    • Replies: @Talha

    “Trump Rewards Staff Loyal To Him, Fires Those Who Are Disloyal.”
     
    OK, but at least we’re not at this epic level yet:

    An Indian man is so convinced President Trump is his “god,” he has a life-size statue as a shrine in his garden — and offers him daily prayers.
    “Instead of praying to other gods, I started praying to him,” Bussa Krishna said, calling the president “my god, Donald Trump.”

    https://nypost.com/2020/02/19/indian-man-prays-to-life-size-statue-of-donald-trump-his-god/amp/

    Now that’s loyalty!!!

    Peace.
  14. @nebulafox
    OT: I'm in the gym, and CNN is blaring the following bold print headlines on TV. I have not watched TV regularly in over a decade, so I'm not up to date by how the Gatekeepers present their arguments. I definitely didn't expect something as tone deaf and naively ahistorical as this.

    "Trump Rewards Staff Loyal To Him, Fires Those Who Are Disloyal."

    Wow! Who'da thunk a President who wants to actually enact policies of his own would do that sort of thing?

    Naturally, a lot of finger waving about how democracy dies in darkness and oligarchic corruption mixing with completely unironic support of Bloomberg trying to force a brokered convention from the talking heads.

    “Trump Rewards Staff Loyal To Him, Fires Those Who Are Disloyal.”

    OK, but at least we’re not at this epic level yet:

    An Indian man is so convinced President Trump is his “god,” he has a life-size statue as a shrine in his garden — and offers him daily prayers.
    “Instead of praying to other gods, I started praying to him,” Bussa Krishna said, calling the president “my god, Donald Trump.”

    https://nypost.com/2020/02/19/indian-man-prays-to-life-size-statue-of-donald-trump-his-god/amp/

    Now that’s loyalty!!!

    Peace.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    At first I thought that was at least nine different kinds of weird, and then it hit me: It' s no weirder than accepting Bernie Sanders as one's lord and savior while pretending to be atheist, like some folks are doing right now. What can I say? Elections always make me a little reflective.
    , @iffen
    No need to worry. Western thought will eventually conquer India and he will kill his god.
  15. @Reg Cæsar

    In fact, across all demographic groups, Democrats appear disunited and the GOP united:

     

    Whatever Trump's flaws, he's good enough for government work. Especially for Republicans, who care less and have lower standards. The position is just not that important.

    One thing that stands out to me about previous generations of politicians was that they didn’t need a public job to survive. 10 Presidents, the most recent being Nixon (tellingly, given what would happen later with the media, it was the Time vs. Hill case from 1966. It’s on YouTube) , have argued in front of the Supreme Court as private sector lawyers.

    The Founders had in mind people establishing themselves as something notable elsewhere and then going off to serve publicly for a few years. How times have changed. Trump is a bizarre refresher at least in this respect, despite his rather dodgy private sector record. Better than Jeb or Hillary.

  16. I think most Bernie people will fall in line even if he is robbed at the convention. Look at the video of the white Bernie dude calling a black guy racist at the bernie rally. This is the kind of joke human being we’re talking about. They will do as they are told.

    I request one of our guys start screencapping all of the antifa accounts talking about how they’re going to burn shit down if Bernie loses, so we can bully them after they don’t do anything.

    Another request is to screencap left wing personalities who are anti-bloomberg, and then screencap their strange new respect posts after they get paid.

    I think Bloomberg is the favorite at this point

  17. Off topic post. This twitter thread has been making the rounds. This dude was Mitt Romney (!) domestic policy advisor. The right is coming around to reality, slowly.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
    I think it's very telling how guys like younger guys Rubio are subtly shifting in that direction. They know where things are headed with the future. If you want to preserve the free market and all its merits, and not have more Bernie Sanders' in the future, you'll have to make it work for average Americans. This will have to include neutering the oligarchs, and the only way to practically do that is with state power. Currently, we are no entrepreneurial people.

    There's also the global aspect: America got powerful precisely because it did not worship free trade on an altar and subordinated it to national interests. Why did we stop doing that in the 1990s and 2000s? The Chinese now are the Hamiltonians we used to be, and like them or not, it is working for them. The globe is not some libertarian fantasy, it is a competition between nations. America should and must fight to win that game. If it makes some pissant donor mad, too damned bad. National interests always must come first.

    Obviously, the Kevin Williamsons of the world are going to throw temper tantrums about any dilution of free market fundamentalism, but that's a good sign. If the system is releasing antibodies, there's a real threat.

  18. @Talha

    “Trump Rewards Staff Loyal To Him, Fires Those Who Are Disloyal.”
     
    OK, but at least we’re not at this epic level yet:

    An Indian man is so convinced President Trump is his “god,” he has a life-size statue as a shrine in his garden — and offers him daily prayers.
    “Instead of praying to other gods, I started praying to him,” Bussa Krishna said, calling the president “my god, Donald Trump.”

    https://nypost.com/2020/02/19/indian-man-prays-to-life-size-statue-of-donald-trump-his-god/amp/

    Now that’s loyalty!!!

    Peace.

    At first I thought that was at least nine different kinds of weird, and then it hit me: It’ s no weirder than accepting Bernie Sanders as one’s lord and savior while pretending to be atheist, like some folks are doing right now. What can I say? Elections always make me a little reflective.

    • Agree: Talha
    • Replies: @nebulafox
    It was impossible to ignore the weird, demi-religious overtones surrounding liberal treatment of Obama around 2008. One can't help but wonder if the radical direction taken by the Coalition of the Fringes stems from the disappointments of those years.
  19. @Not My Economy
    Off topic post. This twitter thread has been making the rounds. This dude was Mitt Romney (!) domestic policy advisor. The right is coming around to reality, slowly.

    https://twitter.com/oren_cass/status/1230505794686373888

    I think it’s very telling how guys like younger guys Rubio are subtly shifting in that direction. They know where things are headed with the future. If you want to preserve the free market and all its merits, and not have more Bernie Sanders’ in the future, you’ll have to make it work for average Americans. This will have to include neutering the oligarchs, and the only way to practically do that is with state power. Currently, we are no entrepreneurial people.

    There’s also the global aspect: America got powerful precisely because it did not worship free trade on an altar and subordinated it to national interests. Why did we stop doing that in the 1990s and 2000s? The Chinese now are the Hamiltonians we used to be, and like them or not, it is working for them. The globe is not some libertarian fantasy, it is a competition between nations. America should and must fight to win that game. If it makes some pissant donor mad, too damned bad. National interests always must come first.

    Obviously, the Kevin Williamsons of the world are going to throw temper tantrums about any dilution of free market fundamentalism, but that’s a good sign. If the system is releasing antibodies, there’s a real threat.

    • Agree: Servant of Gla'aki
  20. It could also come about by the party getting an acceptable marionette in the VP slot

    I question the assumed benefits of a balanced ticket? Gimme some numbers.

  21. @Talha

    “Trump Rewards Staff Loyal To Him, Fires Those Who Are Disloyal.”
     
    OK, but at least we’re not at this epic level yet:

    An Indian man is so convinced President Trump is his “god,” he has a life-size statue as a shrine in his garden — and offers him daily prayers.
    “Instead of praying to other gods, I started praying to him,” Bussa Krishna said, calling the president “my god, Donald Trump.”

    https://nypost.com/2020/02/19/indian-man-prays-to-life-size-statue-of-donald-trump-his-god/amp/

    Now that’s loyalty!!!

    Peace.

    No need to worry. Western thought will eventually conquer India and he will kill his god.

    • Replies: @Talha
    Yeah, I wonder what homeboy will do if Trump actually loses the election (can a god lose the election??!!):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY6691BleaI

    Peace.
  22. The populist revolt is there in Bernie’s support as well as in Trump’s. The question is whether it will burn out before it forces the elites to do actual accommodation rather than suppression and misdirection. Most of the slice of educated people who could be allies are more frightened of populism than they are of a continued decline and fall. Only the fear of immediate collapse will move the bulk to action.

  23. @WorkingClass
    "But while he may repeat the buckle, his supporters are a different story".

    Agreed.

    A Sanders/Gabbard ticket would have at least some chance in November. No other Democratic candidate has any chance at all. The Neo Liberals prefer to lose with one of their own. That way they get to keep their place at Court.

    This election has become boring for Trump supporters.

    Um yeah they do have a chance.

    Rs are on this demographic ice.

  24. The Democrat Party and the Republican Party will both be bashed to rancid bits of globaloney in November.

    If you’ve noticed, the evil and immoral corporate propaganda apparatus has been deliberately ignoring the Libertarian Party and the Green Party, and the mass corporate media has been discounting the millions of former Trump voters who will not vote for that vile politician whore Trump nor the rancid Republican Party in November.

    If we are honest, we will admit that the only thing holding up the global asset bubbles has been central banker monetary extremism, and that might come a cropper with the globalized and globally coordinated implosion of all the asset bubbles. The nasty and vicious globally organized plutocrats might think it will be easier to maintain their loot and power if the asset bubbles are imploded simultaneously. The globally organized plutocrats are dead wrong on that!

    Millions of Whites born after 1965 will not vote for Trump nor the rancid whores in the Republican Party. Millions upon millions of voters will vote for the Green Party because they know in their hearts that the ruling class of the Democrat Party is just as crooked and corrupt and greedy and evil as the ruling class of the Republican Party.

    This manufactured media message that Trump has not lost millions of White voters is disgusting nonsense.

    Part of my predictions — the Biden prediction results are imminent, not looking good — include the suggestion that the the plutocrat-controlled mass corporate media will push a new political party called White Core America in order to blunt the effects of all the voters that will be voting for the Green Party.

    BOTH the Republican Party and the Democrat Party are going to be heading for the boneyard of all political parties.

    The most important thing to watch for is SOVEREIGN DEBT SECESSIONISM whereby young White people refuse to pay for government debt and the Debt Secessionism of all other debts.

    Hundreds of trillions of dollars of debts will be rendered worthless, and that will go a long way to obliterate the power of the JEW/WASP ruling class of the American Empire.

    Once the DEBT SECESSIONISM kicks in, that will be the time to remove all the foreigners and get the USA back down to a population of 220 million, like it was in 1978.

    If at first you don’t secede, try and try again!

    Tweet from 2014:

    • Replies: @anon
    Part of my predictions — the Biden prediction results are imminent, not looking good —

    Didn't you predict that Biden was going to win the nomination with the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY multiple times, on multiple threads, over and over again? Could you please explain why your AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY failed to deliver?
  25. @WorkingClass
    "But while he may repeat the buckle, his supporters are a different story".

    Agreed.

    A Sanders/Gabbard ticket would have at least some chance in November. No other Democratic candidate has any chance at all. The Neo Liberals prefer to lose with one of their own. That way they get to keep their place at Court.

    This election has become boring for Trump supporters.

    A Sanders/Gabbard ticket would have at least some chance in November.

    But Tulsi seems extremely unpopular with Democrats, not just lacking support, but positively disliked. I think a lot of Democrats would have a problem with Tulsi in the vice presidential spot, given Sanders age and spotty health.

  26. anon[673] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles Pewitt
    The Democrat Party and the Republican Party will both be bashed to rancid bits of globaloney in November.

    If you've noticed, the evil and immoral corporate propaganda apparatus has been deliberately ignoring the Libertarian Party and the Green Party, and the mass corporate media has been discounting the millions of former Trump voters who will not vote for that vile politician whore Trump nor the rancid Republican Party in November.

    If we are honest, we will admit that the only thing holding up the global asset bubbles has been central banker monetary extremism, and that might come a cropper with the globalized and globally coordinated implosion of all the asset bubbles. The nasty and vicious globally organized plutocrats might think it will be easier to maintain their loot and power if the asset bubbles are imploded simultaneously. The globally organized plutocrats are dead wrong on that!

    Millions of Whites born after 1965 will not vote for Trump nor the rancid whores in the Republican Party. Millions upon millions of voters will vote for the Green Party because they know in their hearts that the ruling class of the Democrat Party is just as crooked and corrupt and greedy and evil as the ruling class of the Republican Party.

    This manufactured media message that Trump has not lost millions of White voters is disgusting nonsense.

    Part of my predictions -- the Biden prediction results are imminent, not looking good -- include the suggestion that the the plutocrat-controlled mass corporate media will push a new political party called White Core America in order to blunt the effects of all the voters that will be voting for the Green Party.

    BOTH the Republican Party and the Democrat Party are going to be heading for the boneyard of all political parties.

    The most important thing to watch for is SOVEREIGN DEBT SECESSIONISM whereby young White people refuse to pay for government debt and the Debt Secessionism of all other debts.

    Hundreds of trillions of dollars of debts will be rendered worthless, and that will go a long way to obliterate the power of the JEW/WASP ruling class of the American Empire.

    Once the DEBT SECESSIONISM kicks in, that will be the time to remove all the foreigners and get the USA back down to a population of 220 million, like it was in 1978.

    If at first you don't secede, try and try again!

    Tweet from 2014:

    https://twitter.com/CharlesPewitt/status/492374992684740608?s=20

    Part of my predictions — the Biden prediction results are imminent, not looking good —

    Didn’t you predict that Biden was going to win the nomination with the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY multiple times, on multiple threads, over and over again? Could you please explain why your AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY failed to deliver?

  27. The Democrat Party may be disunited, but the Republican Party is heading for the boneyard of all treasonous and evil political parties.

    Trump and the Republican Party are pouring millions more foreigners into the USA.

    Trump is flooding the USA with guest worker foreigners and visa foreigners and green card foreigners and many more millions of foreigners of every kind.

    Trump and the Republican Party are continuing on with their evil and immoral plan to flood the USA with Asian Indians and other foreigners.

    Trump and the Republican Party are using mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration as demographic weapons to attack and destroy the European Christian ancestral core of the USA.

    Mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration increases income inequality, lowers wages, increases housing costs, swamps schools, overwhelms hospitals, harms the environment, destroys cultural cohesion, increases suburban and urban sprawl, brings crime and infectious diseases to the USA, brings radical Islamic terrorism to the USA and brings more and more multicultural mayhem to the USA.

    Trump and the Republican Party are enemies of the American people and they must be stopped from furthering their dangerous and harmful nation-wrecking immigration plots.

    Trump and the Republican Party must be completely and totally crushed in the upcoming November election.

    • Replies: @anon
    But what about the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY? Why is Joe Biden in trouble if the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY was such a done deal? When will you address the failure of the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY and explain it to us?
    , @neutral

    Trump and the Republican Party must be completely and totally crushed in the upcoming November election.
     
    True, but then again the Democrats will be just as bad on immigration, so it does not matter one bit who wins.
    , @Nodwink
    Trump loves his Indian gays!
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1230881724445249536
  28. @Charles Pewitt
    The Democrat Party may be disunited, but the Republican Party is heading for the boneyard of all treasonous and evil political parties.

    Trump and the Republican Party are pouring millions more foreigners into the USA.

    Trump is flooding the USA with guest worker foreigners and visa foreigners and green card foreigners and many more millions of foreigners of every kind.

    Trump and the Republican Party are continuing on with their evil and immoral plan to flood the USA with Asian Indians and other foreigners.

    Trump and the Republican Party are using mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration as demographic weapons to attack and destroy the European Christian ancestral core of the USA.

    Mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration increases income inequality, lowers wages, increases housing costs, swamps schools, overwhelms hospitals, harms the environment, destroys cultural cohesion, increases suburban and urban sprawl, brings crime and infectious diseases to the USA, brings radical Islamic terrorism to the USA and brings more and more multicultural mayhem to the USA.

    Trump and the Republican Party are enemies of the American people and they must be stopped from furthering their dangerous and harmful nation-wrecking immigration plots.

    Trump and the Republican Party must be completely and totally crushed in the upcoming November election.

    https://twitter.com/NeilMunroDC/status/1230894046278832134?s=20

    https://twitter.com/NeilMunroDC/status/1230550559733813248?s=20

    But what about the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY? Why is Joe Biden in trouble if the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY was such a done deal? When will you address the failure of the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY and explain it to us?

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt

    But what about the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY? Why is Joe Biden in trouble if the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY was such a done deal? When will you address the failure of the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY and explain it to us?

     

    The imminence of such an occurrence as explaining the complete and total failure of the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY prediction shall be no earlier than March 4 -- one day after Super Tuesday.

    Here I stand, I can do no other.
  29. @Charles Pewitt
    The Democrat Party may be disunited, but the Republican Party is heading for the boneyard of all treasonous and evil political parties.

    Trump and the Republican Party are pouring millions more foreigners into the USA.

    Trump is flooding the USA with guest worker foreigners and visa foreigners and green card foreigners and many more millions of foreigners of every kind.

    Trump and the Republican Party are continuing on with their evil and immoral plan to flood the USA with Asian Indians and other foreigners.

    Trump and the Republican Party are using mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration as demographic weapons to attack and destroy the European Christian ancestral core of the USA.

    Mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration increases income inequality, lowers wages, increases housing costs, swamps schools, overwhelms hospitals, harms the environment, destroys cultural cohesion, increases suburban and urban sprawl, brings crime and infectious diseases to the USA, brings radical Islamic terrorism to the USA and brings more and more multicultural mayhem to the USA.

    Trump and the Republican Party are enemies of the American people and they must be stopped from furthering their dangerous and harmful nation-wrecking immigration plots.

    Trump and the Republican Party must be completely and totally crushed in the upcoming November election.

    https://twitter.com/NeilMunroDC/status/1230894046278832134?s=20

    https://twitter.com/NeilMunroDC/status/1230550559733813248?s=20

    Trump and the Republican Party must be completely and totally crushed in the upcoming November election.

    True, but then again the Democrats will be just as bad on immigration, so it does not matter one bit who wins.

  30. The perceived intensity of disunity in the Democrat party has increased substantially in just the last month.

    I imagine it’s at about the same level as the perceived intensity of disunity in the Republican Party at this stage in 2016. That’s what happens when you have a totally chaotic method of picking candidates, a process that takes months when it could easily be done in a few weeks.

    If you don’t want perceived disunity you have a system like other countries have, where candidates are picked behind closed doors by faceless grey power-brokers. Or you could do it the way the ALP does it in Australia – conduct a national vote by all party members and within a couple of weeks you have your party leader. It’s open, transparent, non-corrupt and it’s quick and painless. And even non-billionaires have a chance.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    " It’s open, transparent, non-corrupt and it’s quick and painless. And even non-billionaires have a chance."

    That encapsulates many of the reasons such a system would be opposed here. There is an entire industry devoted to serving campaigns, (thousands of rice bowls that would be broken) and it allows for candidates to rake off tidy stacks for themselves out of the donations.

    I doubt that giving candidates a chance is on the agenda of the campaign industry. It certainly isn't on the agendas of the media outlets, due to their job of constructing drama that is pleasing to the ones who pull the media strings. Transparency would reveal the fraud inherent in the whole circus. That would be disastrous for some people.
  31. @iffen
    No need to worry. Western thought will eventually conquer India and he will kill his god.

    Yeah, I wonder what homeboy will do if Trump actually loses the election (can a god lose the election??!!):

    Peace.

    • Replies: @iffen
    can a god lose the election

    Doesn't he allow himself to be rejected?
  32. NYT:

    Bloomberg Says He’s Willing to Release 3 Women From Nondisclosure Agreements

    Did Warren forget basic lawyer stuff like “don’t make the accusation unless you know that it will stick”?

    • Replies: @anon
    Did Warren ever actually practice law at all? Has she ever pled a case in court? I kinda doubt it.

    As for Bloomberg, he's gonna try to feed the sharks in the hope that they'll go away. Lol. Not gonna work.

    The D's are fractured because the D's are a party of fragments, a coalition of something or other.
  33. @Talha
    Yeah, I wonder what homeboy will do if Trump actually loses the election (can a god lose the election??!!):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY6691BleaI

    Peace.

    can a god lose the election

    Doesn’t he allow himself to be rejected?

    • Replies: @Talha
    Good point.

    Peace.
  34. @iffen
    can a god lose the election

    Doesn't he allow himself to be rejected?

    Good point.

    Peace.

  35. @Twodees Partain
    At first I thought that was at least nine different kinds of weird, and then it hit me: It' s no weirder than accepting Bernie Sanders as one's lord and savior while pretending to be atheist, like some folks are doing right now. What can I say? Elections always make me a little reflective.

    It was impossible to ignore the weird, demi-religious overtones surrounding liberal treatment of Obama around 2008. One can’t help but wonder if the radical direction taken by the Coalition of the Fringes stems from the disappointments of those years.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    That would make sense, imagining how a follower of a religion would behave if his beliefs were revealed to him to be nonsense. Flailing about violently would be a reaction to having the ground pulled from underneath some true believer types. Maybe they will coalesce around The Bern and will calm down a little while groveling their way through hymns of praise to him....at least until his feet of clay become apparent.
  36. anon[270] • Disclaimer says:
    @iffen
    NYT:

    Bloomberg Says He’s Willing to Release 3 Women From Nondisclosure Agreements

    Did Warren forget basic lawyer stuff like "don't make the accusation unless you know that it will stick"?

    Did Warren ever actually practice law at all? Has she ever pled a case in court? I kinda doubt it.

    As for Bloomberg, he’s gonna try to feed the sharks in the hope that they’ll go away. Lol. Not gonna work.

    The D’s are fractured because the D’s are a party of fragments, a coalition of something or other.

  37. @nebulafox
    It was impossible to ignore the weird, demi-religious overtones surrounding liberal treatment of Obama around 2008. One can't help but wonder if the radical direction taken by the Coalition of the Fringes stems from the disappointments of those years.

    That would make sense, imagining how a follower of a religion would behave if his beliefs were revealed to him to be nonsense. Flailing about violently would be a reaction to having the ground pulled from underneath some true believer types. Maybe they will coalesce around The Bern and will calm down a little while groveling their way through hymns of praise to him….at least until his feet of clay become apparent.

  38. @dfordoom
    The perceived intensity of disunity in the Democrat party has increased substantially in just the last month.

    I imagine it's at about the same level as the perceived intensity of disunity in the Republican Party at this stage in 2016. That's what happens when you have a totally chaotic method of picking candidates, a process that takes months when it could easily be done in a few weeks.

    If you don't want perceived disunity you have a system like other countries have, where candidates are picked behind closed doors by faceless grey power-brokers. Or you could do it the way the ALP does it in Australia - conduct a national vote by all party members and within a couple of weeks you have your party leader. It's open, transparent, non-corrupt and it's quick and painless. And even non-billionaires have a chance.

    ” It’s open, transparent, non-corrupt and it’s quick and painless. And even non-billionaires have a chance.”

    That encapsulates many of the reasons such a system would be opposed here. There is an entire industry devoted to serving campaigns, (thousands of rice bowls that would be broken) and it allows for candidates to rake off tidy stacks for themselves out of the donations.

    I doubt that giving candidates a chance is on the agenda of the campaign industry. It certainly isn’t on the agendas of the media outlets, due to their job of constructing drama that is pleasing to the ones who pull the media strings. Transparency would reveal the fraud inherent in the whole circus. That would be disastrous for some people.

    • Replies: @anon
    Australia's total population is 25 million. The US is over 300 million.
    US Federalism is a different thing from Australian governance.
    There are some good reasons for devolving decisions down to the states.
    The D's are a large coalition, therefore disunity is to be expected in the primary season.

    I learned much of this in high school gov, don't get why so many others didn't, or forgot it.
  39. anon[406] • Disclaimer says:
    @Twodees Partain
    " It’s open, transparent, non-corrupt and it’s quick and painless. And even non-billionaires have a chance."

    That encapsulates many of the reasons such a system would be opposed here. There is an entire industry devoted to serving campaigns, (thousands of rice bowls that would be broken) and it allows for candidates to rake off tidy stacks for themselves out of the donations.

    I doubt that giving candidates a chance is on the agenda of the campaign industry. It certainly isn't on the agendas of the media outlets, due to their job of constructing drama that is pleasing to the ones who pull the media strings. Transparency would reveal the fraud inherent in the whole circus. That would be disastrous for some people.

    Australia’s total population is 25 million. The US is over 300 million.
    US Federalism is a different thing from Australian governance.
    There are some good reasons for devolving decisions down to the states.
    The D’s are a large coalition, therefore disunity is to be expected in the primary season.

    I learned much of this in high school gov, don’t get why so many others didn’t, or forgot it.

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    US Federalism is a different thing from Australian governance.
     
    Australia is a federal system as well. In fact our political system is partly based on yours.
  40. @Achmed E. Newman
    As I wrote under another post of yours (I think), it's Bloomberg that I'm worried about. All the rest of these sickos can spout their hard-left stupidity all they want during the campaign, but most of it is too stupid to even make it into law, were they somehow elected. Bloomberg will go hard-out for the guns, as that's not just part of his campaign, but a part of his life. He will be the one with the most chance of causing a hot civil war in this country.

    Hey, how about that for a poll question? "Which candidate is most likely to cause a civil war?"

    Bloomberg will go hard-out for the guns, as that’s not just part of his campaign, but a part of his life. He will be the one with the most chance of causing a hot civil war in this country.

    Biden is actually worse on guns. He wants to allow cities to sue gun manufacturers for the criminal use of legally sold guns. That would bankrupt our gun companies. It’s like letting people sue Ford for drunk driving.

    Bloomberg is very much anti-gun but he is toast after the last debate. He wouldn’t stand a chance against Trump anyways. Saying “kill it” in response to a woman getting pregnant isn’t going to go over well with middle America. It also embarrasses liberals since they keep telling us that a fetus isn’t alive and can’t be killed.

  41. ” Saying “kill it” in response to a woman getting pregnant isn’t going to go over well with middle America. It also embarrasses liberals since they keep telling us that a fetus isn’t alive and can’t be killed.”

    This is such an outrageous comment, it’s clear it is probably out of context.

    The inability for the democrats to beat the current executive doesn’t have much to do with argumentation skills in the WH. Th democrats have made more than a few lousy choices and it seems they are willing to to continue that trend.

    “That’s what happens when you have a totally chaotic method of picking candidates, a process that takes months when it could easily be done in a few weeks.”

    First, it’s not chaotic and the grey suits have more than enough say. The issue the previous election was that the electorate wasn’t buying their offers.

  42. @Charles Pewitt
    The Democrat Party may be disunited, but the Republican Party is heading for the boneyard of all treasonous and evil political parties.

    Trump and the Republican Party are pouring millions more foreigners into the USA.

    Trump is flooding the USA with guest worker foreigners and visa foreigners and green card foreigners and many more millions of foreigners of every kind.

    Trump and the Republican Party are continuing on with their evil and immoral plan to flood the USA with Asian Indians and other foreigners.

    Trump and the Republican Party are using mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration as demographic weapons to attack and destroy the European Christian ancestral core of the USA.

    Mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration increases income inequality, lowers wages, increases housing costs, swamps schools, overwhelms hospitals, harms the environment, destroys cultural cohesion, increases suburban and urban sprawl, brings crime and infectious diseases to the USA, brings radical Islamic terrorism to the USA and brings more and more multicultural mayhem to the USA.

    Trump and the Republican Party are enemies of the American people and they must be stopped from furthering their dangerous and harmful nation-wrecking immigration plots.

    Trump and the Republican Party must be completely and totally crushed in the upcoming November election.

    https://twitter.com/NeilMunroDC/status/1230894046278832134?s=20

    https://twitter.com/NeilMunroDC/status/1230550559733813248?s=20

    Trump loves his Indian gays!

    • Replies: @Talha
    America: Gay marriage!!!

    Me: 🤢 - Well, at least it can’t get worse than this!

    India: Gay Indian marriage!!!

    Me: 🤮

    Peace.
  43. @Nodwink
    Trump loves his Indian gays!
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1230881724445249536

    America: Gay marriage!!!

    Me: 🤢 – Well, at least it can’t get worse than this!

    India: Gay Indian marriage!!!

    Me: 🤮

    Peace.

    • Replies: @iffen
    What iffen said.

    iffen says:
    February 21, 2020 at 12:15 pm GMT
    @Talha
    No need to worry. Western thought will eventually conquer India and he will kill his god.
    • Replies: @Talha
     
  44. @Talha
    America: Gay marriage!!!

    Me: 🤢 - Well, at least it can’t get worse than this!

    India: Gay Indian marriage!!!

    Me: 🤮

    Peace.

    What iffen said.

    iffen says:
    February 21, 2020 at 12:15 pm GMT

    No need to worry. Western thought will eventually conquer India and he will kill his god.
    • Replies:

  45. @anon
    Australia's total population is 25 million. The US is over 300 million.
    US Federalism is a different thing from Australian governance.
    There are some good reasons for devolving decisions down to the states.
    The D's are a large coalition, therefore disunity is to be expected in the primary season.

    I learned much of this in high school gov, don't get why so many others didn't, or forgot it.

    US Federalism is a different thing from Australian governance.

    Australia is a federal system as well. In fact our political system is partly based on yours.

  46. United Republicans

    Thirty-four House Republicans joined all but three Democrats in voting for legislation that would allow undocumented agriculture workers to obtain legal status.

    https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/congress/article238285968.html

    Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told a crowd at a private gathering in England on Wednesday night that the Trump administration “needs more immigrants” for the U.S. economy to continue growing, according to an audio recording of his remarks obtained by The Washington Post.
    “We are desperate — desperate — for more people,” Mulvaney said.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mulvaney-says-us-is-desperate-for-more-legal-immigrants/2020/02/20/946292b2-5401-11ea-87b2-101dc5477dd7_story.html

  47. @anon
    But what about the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY? Why is Joe Biden in trouble if the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY was such a done deal? When will you address the failure of the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY and explain it to us?

    But what about the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY? Why is Joe Biden in trouble if the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY was such a done deal? When will you address the failure of the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY and explain it to us?

    The imminence of such an occurrence as explaining the complete and total failure of the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY prediction shall be no earlier than March 4 — one day after Super Tuesday.

    Here I stand, I can do no other.

  48. The Russkies are helping Trump!

    No, wait, they are helping Bernie!

    It is very lame, but somehow they make it work.

  49. “Peter Tatchell

    @PeterTatchell
    India: A new #Bollywood rom-com featuring a gay romance is hoping to win over older people, following the decriminalisation of homosexuality. Hurrah! http://ow.ly/mcQs50yro76 @TheQueerAsia @beinglgbti @cadrsunilgupta @NazProjectLdn”

    Even India is falling apart.

    The current executive is a hard man to support.

  50. Even India is falling apart.

    It is called globalhomo for a reason.

    The current executive is a hard man to support.

    Then choose someone else. This is combox talk, one step above chalk on the sidewalk.

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