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The graphic from the previous post updated to include three more Republican senators and a Democrat with a stellar political future in front of her:

While Mitch McConnell doesn’t get much love from anyone, at least he directionally aligns with the voter sentiments of the party he allegedly represents. Republicans scarcely like Romney more than they do Stacey Abrams. I certainly respect the latter more.

And yes, for those who did the math, Abrams is the most favorably viewed politician overall among those considered here–and quite possibly in the country.

 
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  1. Stacey Abrams is the archetype of this Failed State.

    A worthless AA hire that wants to be Governor based on her non-White persona.

    These fools are slitting their own throats.

    There will be NO FUTURE for these imbeciles.

    Bankruptcy, insurgency and overthrow AWAIT.

    The Republic has DIED. The Zionist Empire is dissolving.

    A New Order will Rise from the Ashes.

    Wait and see…

    • Replies: @Realist
    @Dr. Doom


    There will be NO FUTURE for these imbeciles.
     
    The Deep State is the only entity with a future.
  2. Abrams is the most favorably viewed politician overall among those considered here

    Makes sense. She’s a local politician yet and hasn’t been able to affect people on the federal level. People in one state or another might not like a state-level politician from some other state, but that has little bearing on their day to day life. Senators and Congress officials and Presidents – of course – from other states can very much screw up their lives no matter the distance.

    Peace.

  3. We want Tulsi! As for “Stacey Abrams,” surely the author has made some sort of error.

  4. Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?

    • Replies: @iffen
    @neutral

    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?

    Because he can do more damage to America as a Republican. Doing damage to America as revenge for America not electing him president and then poking him in the eye by electing the uber anti-Romney Trump being his current raison d'être.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    , @A123
    @neutral


    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?
     
    The DNC/CCP would love to get a true Wall Street Globalist like Romney on board. He is perfectly aligned to their core goal -- Favouring Chinese Elites over U.S. Workers.

    There is only one catch, but it is a show stopper. Romney is Pro-Life. This makes him persona non gratis in the Democrat Party. He would draw a challenger in the DNC Primary, and likely lose.

    PEACE 😇

    Replies: @Dan Hayes

    , @anon
    @neutral

    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?

    If every player switched from the New Jersey Generals to the Harlem Globetrotters there would be no way to stage competitions and nobody would buy tickets to the games.

    Similar questions were asked about McInsane. But there's always one more "reach across the aisle" to be done.

    , @(((Owen)))
    @neutral

    Romney is a genuinely conservative Republican with a good record on most of the very most important issues like immigration.

    His personal enmity with Trump is just personal. Don’t let it fool you on the facts.

    Sasse and Romney hate Trump but still care about America.

    The opposite case is common, too. Lindsey Graham cozied up to Trump for years but he’s a transparently treasonous snake dedicated to undermining America at least as much as Biden is. Don’t be fooled.

    Replies: @(((Owen))), @Audacious Epigone

  5. @neutral
    Why doesn't he simply switch to the Democrats?

    Replies: @iffen, @A123, @anon, @(((Owen)))

    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?

    Because he can do more damage to America as a Republican. Doing damage to America as revenge for America not electing him president and then poking him in the eye by electing the uber anti-Romney Trump being his current raison d’être.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @iffen


    his current raison d’être.
     
    Well, there’s also his batshit crazy conviction that he’s from Planet Kolob..
  6. How can there be any agreement in a country like this, where opinions are so polarized. It’s as if Democrat and Republican voters lived in different countries (and perhaps it would be better if they did). End the hate, separate. Wokelandia and Trumpistan.

  7. I am shocked by Pence’s numbers.

    • Replies: @dvorak
    @James Braxton


    I am shocked by Pence’s numbers.
     
    Why? All most Trumpers know is that Pence worked for Trump. Now Pence hopes to run through the middle ground between Trumpers and Chamber-of-Commerce GOP, right through to the 2024 nomination.

    If Hawley or Cruz wants to stop Pence, he'll have to show the primary voters that Pence is no Trumper. Shouldn't be too hard.

    Replies: @James Braxton

  8. @neutral
    Why doesn't he simply switch to the Democrats?

    Replies: @iffen, @A123, @anon, @(((Owen)))

    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?

    The DNC/CCP would love to get a true Wall Street Globalist like Romney on board. He is perfectly aligned to their core goal — Favouring Chinese Elites over U.S. Workers.

    There is only one catch, but it is a show stopper. Romney is Pro-Life. This makes him persona non gratis in the Democrat Party. He would draw a challenger in the DNC Primary, and likely lose.

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    @A123

    Romney wasn’t very pro-life when he was Governor of Massachusetts. Nor would he remain pro-life if he thought it to be politically advantageous!

  9. Romney is not just some guy who happens to go to a LDS church on Sunday. He’s a consecrated Bishop at the highest level of an organization that has a long history of interference in civil matters. He does not have the option to disobey a order of the supreme leader, who gets his orders in daily talks with god, and that alone should disqualify him from holding public office.

    Romney is a member of Mormondom’s highest hereditary aristocracy, descended from Parley P. Pratt. Pratt was an original member of Joseph Smith’s Quorum of Twelve Apostles. He was murdered in Arkansas by the husband of the last of his twelve wives, who had failed to obtain a legal divorce before being sealed in a “celestial marriage.” Parley Pratt was survived by 30 children and 266 grandchildren, one of whom was Mitt Romney’s paternal grandmother, Anna Amelia (Pratt) Romney.

    At his endowment ceremony Bishop Romney covenanted to accept the “Laws of Obedience and Sacrifice,” including tithing and life itself, if necessary. He was made to vow to “consecrate yourselves, your time, talents, and everything which the Lord has blessed you, or with which he may bless you, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, for the building up of the kingdom of God on the earth and for the establishment of Zion.”

    There’s a good article online about Romney’s place in the inner circle of the Mormons and about Mormon history at https://www.smashwords.com/books/download/218370/1/latest/0/0/mitt-romney-and-the-mormon-church-questions.pdf

  10. anon[297] • Disclaimer says:
    @neutral
    Why doesn't he simply switch to the Democrats?

    Replies: @iffen, @A123, @anon, @(((Owen)))

    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?

    If every player switched from the New Jersey Generals to the Harlem Globetrotters there would be no way to stage competitions and nobody would buy tickets to the games.

    Similar questions were asked about McInsane. But there’s always one more “reach across the aisle” to be done.

  11. I grow tired of reiterating: if the GOP really thinks they can turn the clock back to 2005 and wants to insist contrary to reality that Trump just came out of nowhere, they are in for a very, very ugly surprise.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @nebulafox

    I am afraid you are wrong. The logic that drove pre-Trump voting was always "yes, they suck but they're better than Democrats." The GOP establishment and Big Tech are going to make sure nobody like Trump is nominated again and dissenting voices will be silenced so people will be isolated from each other and then we'll be back at square one with the voting logic. The only thing is that the Republicans will never win the presidency again, so it'll be permanent minority party status.

  12. @Dr. Doom
    Stacey Abrams is the archetype of this Failed State.

    A worthless AA hire that wants to be Governor based on her non-White persona.

    These fools are slitting their own throats.

    There will be NO FUTURE for these imbeciles.

    Bankruptcy, insurgency and overthrow AWAIT.

    The Republic has DIED. The Zionist Empire is dissolving.

    A New Order will Rise from the Ashes.

    Wait and see...

    Replies: @Realist

    There will be NO FUTURE for these imbeciles.

    The Deep State is the only entity with a future.

  13. Seriously AE, you have any respect for Stacey Abrams? You probably just took yourself down a few notches more than a few readers’ opinions.

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    @The Alarmist

    Yes, tactically she is worthy of respect. Her electoral strategy is to go around existing voters are focus on registering sympathetic non-white apoliticals. It has worked enormously well in Georgia. The state is blue now. It's not electing another Republican governor, giving its electoral votes to the Republican presidential candidate, or sending Republican senators to the Capitol again unless the GOP pivots substantially in a populist direction. That doesn't mean I like her or that she doesn't scare me.

  14. Mitt Romney is a vindictive and money-grubbing Mormon Mammonite and the Mormon Mammonites have a grudge against the decent and honorable citizens of the USA and these Mormon Mammonites want to obliterate and destroy the historic American nation for revenge for all those times they got their Mormon Mammonite asses kicked the Hell out of everywhere east of the Mississippi and then some and the Mormon Mammonites are an un-Christian and wild-eyed cult connected to a large hedge fund endowment created by the monetary machinations of the privately-controlled Federal Reserve Bank and these same Mormon nuts worship Dan Marino or Merino wool socks or something else and the Mormon Mammonites are crawling the Hell all over the same government goon squads in the so-called “Intelligence Community” that Charles Schumer menacingly threated Trump with a while back because the Mormon Mammonites don’t smoke no marijuana and the marijuana bit trips up a bunch of people who want that cushy government job in the “IC.”

    On the other hand the Mormon Mammonites have great big families and then there is Steve Young running down the football field with no helmet because of his fierce competitiveness and his Anglo-Celtic fire in the belly and the singing and the good behaviour and nice manners of the Mormon Mammonites and much else but that Mormon Muthaphucka Mitt Romney gets on my damn nerves like a bastard.

    I hereby challenge Mitt Romney, Teddy Cruz, Josh Hawley, Marco Rubio, Tom Cotton and Mitch McConnell to a 4 hour debate on American national identity, mass legal immigration, mass illegal immigration, monetary policy, health care policy, education policy, tax policy, multicultural mayhem, foreign policy, trade policy and any other damn thing.

    I’d rhetorically smash those politician three dollar whores like bugs!

    Tweets from 2015:

  15. Abrams is the most favorably viewed politician overall among those considered here–and quite possibly in the country.

    What is the quote I want here? Ah, yes, from a true leader and political visionary, we have:
    “When people see a strong horse and a weak horse, they will naturally want to side with the strong horse.”

    Stacey Abrams is the strong horse. Raffensperger and ultimately Trump are the weak horses. Say what you want about Abrams, but she beat them, and did it with hard work and a soupçon of corruption.

  16. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK

    MORMON HEDGE FUND

    MONETARY MACHINATIONS

    MORMON MAMMONITES

    MITT ROMNEY is a Mormon Mammonite money-grubbing treasonite who puts the interests of the Mormon Plutocracy ahead of the best interests of the United States and the historic American nation.

    • Agree: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @botazefa
    @Charles Pewitt

    We get it. You hate Mitt Romney.

  17. Romney’s personal virtues are frankly irrelevant to whether he should be POTUS. The POTUS is there to do a job, and that is not to be a Sunday School teacher. As a politician, he had invariably pushed for the interests of his fellow oligarchs at the expense of the living standards of the rest of America at every turn. That Trump wasn’t much different in office is irrelevant: he didn’t run on that in the same way.

    He and what he symbolizes are as directly responsible for the Trump Presidency as anything. The GOP wants to make it all about the attraction of the base to Trump’s personality-and now they get to play the role of responsible, put-upon adults. Don’t buy that nonsense. Most of the base went for Donald Trump in spite of the man himself, not because of that, because what the GOP offered them was even more repulsive. And Trump’s loss in 2020 had as much to do with him adopting GOPThink as much as anything. Ask yourself what might have happened if Trump offered 2,000 dollars over the summer: and got in some laugh lines at McConnell’s expense while talking.

    It’s going to happen again down the road. Somebody-somewhere-is going to ride the GOP’s unpopularity to the nomination, simply by being somebody else. I have absolutely no clue how the GOP can avoid that: they have no superdelegates, they can’t ban the insurgent from the debates, and they can’t answer questions or say things that would annoy their donors which the insurgent can. Furthermore, that somebody is likely to be more competent and focused than Donald Trump-not exactly a high bar to cross, after all-and running against a Democratic Party infected with its own ideological insanity.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @nebulafox

    But where will the money come from?

    Replies: @nebulafox

  18. Romney and the Mormon Church and the Fed are connected to the plutocrat globalizer oligarchy totalitarianism attacking the USA.

    • Thanks: Mark G.
    • Replies: @Intelligent Dasein
    @Charles Pewitt

    Sven Henrich is always worth a few minutes to read.

  19. @Charles Pewitt
    Romney and the Mormon Church and the Fed are connected to the plutocrat globalizer oligarchy totalitarianism attacking the USA.

    https://twitter.com/NorthmanTrader/status/1352656515111518208?s=20

    Replies: @Intelligent Dasein

    Sven Henrich is always worth a few minutes to read.

  20. Very interesting.
    Or it would be if we had honest elections.

  21. @Charles Pewitt
    https://twitter.com/TokyoWoods/status/1226169316443328513?s=20

    FEDERAL RESERVE BANK

    MORMON HEDGE FUND

    MONETARY MACHINATIONS

    MORMON MAMMONITES

    MITT ROMNEY is a Mormon Mammonite money-grubbing treasonite who puts the interests of the Mormon Plutocracy ahead of the best interests of the United States and the historic American nation.

    Replies: @botazefa

    We get it. You hate Mitt Romney.

  22. @iffen
    @neutral

    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?

    Because he can do more damage to America as a Republican. Doing damage to America as revenge for America not electing him president and then poking him in the eye by electing the uber anti-Romney Trump being his current raison d'être.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    his current raison d’être.

    Well, there’s also his batshit crazy conviction that he’s from Planet Kolob..

  23. @nebulafox
    I grow tired of reiterating: if the GOP really thinks they can turn the clock back to 2005 and wants to insist contrary to reality that Trump just came out of nowhere, they are in for a very, very ugly surprise.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    I am afraid you are wrong. The logic that drove pre-Trump voting was always “yes, they suck but they’re better than Democrats.” The GOP establishment and Big Tech are going to make sure nobody like Trump is nominated again and dissenting voices will be silenced so people will be isolated from each other and then we’ll be back at square one with the voting logic. The only thing is that the Republicans will never win the presidency again, so it’ll be permanent minority party status.

  24. @nebulafox
    Romney's personal virtues are frankly irrelevant to whether he should be POTUS. The POTUS is there to do a job, and that is not to be a Sunday School teacher. As a politician, he had invariably pushed for the interests of his fellow oligarchs at the expense of the living standards of the rest of America at every turn. That Trump wasn't much different in office is irrelevant: he didn't run on that in the same way.

    He and what he symbolizes are as directly responsible for the Trump Presidency as anything. The GOP wants to make it all about the attraction of the base to Trump's personality-and now they get to play the role of responsible, put-upon adults. Don't buy that nonsense. Most of the base went for Donald Trump in spite of the man himself, not because of that, because what the GOP offered them was even more repulsive. And Trump's loss in 2020 had as much to do with him adopting GOPThink as much as anything. Ask yourself what might have happened if Trump offered 2,000 dollars over the summer: and got in some laugh lines at McConnell's expense while talking.

    It's going to happen again down the road. Somebody-somewhere-is going to ride the GOP's unpopularity to the nomination, simply by being somebody else. I have absolutely no clue how the GOP can avoid that: they have no superdelegates, they can't ban the insurgent from the debates, and they can't answer questions or say things that would annoy their donors which the insurgent can. Furthermore, that somebody is likely to be more competent and focused than Donald Trump-not exactly a high bar to cross, after all-and running against a Democratic Party infected with its own ideological insanity.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    But where will the money come from?

    • Replies: @nebulafox
    @Chrisnonymous

    >The GOP establishment and Big Tech are going to make sure nobody like Trump is nominated again and dissenting voices will be silenced so people will be isolated from each other and then we’ll be back at square one with the voting logic. The only thing is that the Republicans will never win the presidency again, so it’ll be permanent minority party status.

    How can they prevent it? The GOP has no superdelegate system to block insurgents. And once someone gets on the debate stage and starts setting the house on fire, the GOP's not going to be able to douse the flames.

    >But where will the money come from?

    Two ways I can see that happening.

    (1): Somebody pulls a Bernie Sanders. He didn't have billionaire donors and managed to keep himself in the race.

    (2): More likely: somebody ambitious with their own resources or political base will break ranks for their own gain, late Roman Republic style. Never underestimate what people will do for personal power. MSM censorship can only go so far in the age of the Internet, especially with all time public low trust in the institution: how are they going to prevent someone from gaining enough poll numbers to join the debate stage, where it'll be game over when the GOP trots out the empty suits to haplessly defend a failed orthodoxy?

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

  25. @Chrisnonymous
    @nebulafox

    But where will the money come from?

    Replies: @nebulafox

    >The GOP establishment and Big Tech are going to make sure nobody like Trump is nominated again and dissenting voices will be silenced so people will be isolated from each other and then we’ll be back at square one with the voting logic. The only thing is that the Republicans will never win the presidency again, so it’ll be permanent minority party status.

    How can they prevent it? The GOP has no superdelegate system to block insurgents. And once someone gets on the debate stage and starts setting the house on fire, the GOP’s not going to be able to douse the flames.

    >But where will the money come from?

    Two ways I can see that happening.

    (1): Somebody pulls a Bernie Sanders. He didn’t have billionaire donors and managed to keep himself in the race.

    (2): More likely: somebody ambitious with their own resources or political base will break ranks for their own gain, late Roman Republic style. Never underestimate what people will do for personal power. MSM censorship can only go so far in the age of the Internet, especially with all time public low trust in the institution: how are they going to prevent someone from gaining enough poll numbers to join the debate stage, where it’ll be game over when the GOP trots out the empty suits to haplessly defend a failed orthodoxy?

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @nebulafox

    I hope you are right, but I fear you overestimate the internet. Ultimately, eveything is dependent on masses of people. If you don't have the numbers, any rule or protocol can be changed or ignored. Freedom is totally dependent on having enough influential people who believe in freedom.

  26. @James Braxton
    I am shocked by Pence's numbers.

    Replies: @dvorak

    I am shocked by Pence’s numbers.

    Why? All most Trumpers know is that Pence worked for Trump. Now Pence hopes to run through the middle ground between Trumpers and Chamber-of-Commerce GOP, right through to the 2024 nomination.

    If Hawley or Cruz wants to stop Pence, he’ll have to show the primary voters that Pence is no Trumper. Shouldn’t be too hard.

    • Replies: @James Braxton
    @dvorak

    Pence showed the world he was no Trumper on Jan 6. In my little corner of the world Pence's name is mud.

  27. Mormons are Zionists. That is why the System supports them.
    That crazy cult thinks the Great Salt Lake is the Promised Land.
    Zionists support each other, like the delusional freaks they are.

    Bankruptcy and dissolution are just around the corner.
    There will be NO RESET. No recovery.
    The System is doomed.

    Help it die by withholding your support.
    Pay as little taxes as possible.
    Do not buy from large corporations.

    Stay local. Form into small groups.
    Do not assist, RESIST.
    Sabotage, subvert and then smile…

    • Replies: @WorkingClass
    @Dr. Doom


    Bankruptcy and dissolution are just around the corner.
    There will be NO RESET. No recovery.
    The System is doomed.
     
    Agreed. Bankruptcy and dissolution ARE the reset at the ending of a ponzi scheme. And a ponzi scheme does NOT bounce back.

    Yes also to localism and resistance. Abandon the District Of Corruption and it's corruptors any way you can.
  28. @neutral
    Why doesn't he simply switch to the Democrats?

    Replies: @iffen, @A123, @anon, @(((Owen)))

    Romney is a genuinely conservative Republican with a good record on most of the very most important issues like immigration.

    His personal enmity with Trump is just personal. Don’t let it fool you on the facts.

    Sasse and Romney hate Trump but still care about America.

    The opposite case is common, too. Lindsey Graham cozied up to Trump for years but he’s a transparently treasonous snake dedicated to undermining America at least as much as Biden is. Don’t be fooled.

    • Replies: @(((Owen)))
    @(((Owen)))

    Wow. Lots of anti-Mormon bigotry here. Those are your fellow citizens and allies. How about respecting them and making common cause instead of pointless hate?

    Replies: @iffen

    , @Audacious Epigone
    @(((Owen)))

    Romney's career immigration scorecard from NumbersUSA is an F-.

    Bernie Sanders' is a D-, Lindsey Graham a C-, Ted Cruz an A+.

  29. @(((Owen)))
    @neutral

    Romney is a genuinely conservative Republican with a good record on most of the very most important issues like immigration.

    His personal enmity with Trump is just personal. Don’t let it fool you on the facts.

    Sasse and Romney hate Trump but still care about America.

    The opposite case is common, too. Lindsey Graham cozied up to Trump for years but he’s a transparently treasonous snake dedicated to undermining America at least as much as Biden is. Don’t be fooled.

    Replies: @(((Owen))), @Audacious Epigone

    Wow. Lots of anti-Mormon bigotry here. Those are your fellow citizens and allies. How about respecting them and making common cause instead of pointless hate?

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
    • Replies: @iffen
    @(((Owen)))

    pointless hate?

    Hating your enemies is not pointless.

    Replies: @dfordoom

  30. @A123
    @neutral


    Why doesn’t he simply switch to the Democrats?
     
    The DNC/CCP would love to get a true Wall Street Globalist like Romney on board. He is perfectly aligned to their core goal -- Favouring Chinese Elites over U.S. Workers.

    There is only one catch, but it is a show stopper. Romney is Pro-Life. This makes him persona non gratis in the Democrat Party. He would draw a challenger in the DNC Primary, and likely lose.

    PEACE 😇

    Replies: @Dan Hayes

    Romney wasn’t very pro-life when he was Governor of Massachusetts. Nor would he remain pro-life if he thought it to be politically advantageous!

  31. @nebulafox
    @Chrisnonymous

    >The GOP establishment and Big Tech are going to make sure nobody like Trump is nominated again and dissenting voices will be silenced so people will be isolated from each other and then we’ll be back at square one with the voting logic. The only thing is that the Republicans will never win the presidency again, so it’ll be permanent minority party status.

    How can they prevent it? The GOP has no superdelegate system to block insurgents. And once someone gets on the debate stage and starts setting the house on fire, the GOP's not going to be able to douse the flames.

    >But where will the money come from?

    Two ways I can see that happening.

    (1): Somebody pulls a Bernie Sanders. He didn't have billionaire donors and managed to keep himself in the race.

    (2): More likely: somebody ambitious with their own resources or political base will break ranks for their own gain, late Roman Republic style. Never underestimate what people will do for personal power. MSM censorship can only go so far in the age of the Internet, especially with all time public low trust in the institution: how are they going to prevent someone from gaining enough poll numbers to join the debate stage, where it'll be game over when the GOP trots out the empty suits to haplessly defend a failed orthodoxy?

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    I hope you are right, but I fear you overestimate the internet. Ultimately, eveything is dependent on masses of people. If you don’t have the numbers, any rule or protocol can be changed or ignored. Freedom is totally dependent on having enough influential people who believe in freedom.

  32. @dvorak
    @James Braxton


    I am shocked by Pence’s numbers.
     
    Why? All most Trumpers know is that Pence worked for Trump. Now Pence hopes to run through the middle ground between Trumpers and Chamber-of-Commerce GOP, right through to the 2024 nomination.

    If Hawley or Cruz wants to stop Pence, he'll have to show the primary voters that Pence is no Trumper. Shouldn't be too hard.

    Replies: @James Braxton

    Pence showed the world he was no Trumper on Jan 6. In my little corner of the world Pence’s name is mud.

  33. @Dr. Doom
    Mormons are Zionists. That is why the System supports them.
    That crazy cult thinks the Great Salt Lake is the Promised Land.
    Zionists support each other, like the delusional freaks they are.

    Bankruptcy and dissolution are just around the corner.
    There will be NO RESET. No recovery.
    The System is doomed.

    Help it die by withholding your support.
    Pay as little taxes as possible.
    Do not buy from large corporations.

    Stay local. Form into small groups.
    Do not assist, RESIST.
    Sabotage, subvert and then smile...

    Replies: @WorkingClass

    Bankruptcy and dissolution are just around the corner.
    There will be NO RESET. No recovery.
    The System is doomed.

    Agreed. Bankruptcy and dissolution ARE the reset at the ending of a ponzi scheme. And a ponzi scheme does NOT bounce back.

    Yes also to localism and resistance. Abandon the District Of Corruption and it’s corruptors any way you can.

    • Agree: Mark G.
  34. Mitch McConnell is the quintessential political HACK. He, from day one, never had the slightest intention to support President Donald Trump and like Romney, totally betrayed him not only as the leader of the Republican party but as any kind of friendly colleague. McConnell is the kind of guy I wouldn’t trust with anything, not even a dirty pair of socks.

  35. I was just posting comments on Joe Biden and Democrats who seem to have had or still have an unnatural connection to communist China and my comments vanished into thin air! I used no racial slurs, profanity or any other language not approved of by the Unz School marm…lol I hope it was just some coincidence.

  36. @(((Owen)))
    @(((Owen)))

    Wow. Lots of anti-Mormon bigotry here. Those are your fellow citizens and allies. How about respecting them and making common cause instead of pointless hate?

    Replies: @iffen

    pointless hate?

    Hating your enemies is not pointless.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @iffen



    pointless hate?
     
    Hating your enemies is not pointless.
     
    The trick is to make sure you hate the right enemies.

    You also have to consider the possibility of coöperating with a lesser enemy against a greater enemy. You don't have to love political allies.
  37. @iffen
    @(((Owen)))

    pointless hate?

    Hating your enemies is not pointless.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    pointless hate?

    Hating your enemies is not pointless.

    The trick is to make sure you hate the right enemies.

    You also have to consider the possibility of coöperating with a lesser enemy against a greater enemy. You don’t have to love political allies.

    • Agree: iffen
  38. What about Tulsi Gabbard?

  39. @The Alarmist
    Seriously AE, you have any respect for Stacey Abrams? You probably just took yourself down a few notches more than a few readers’ opinions.

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone

    Yes, tactically she is worthy of respect. Her electoral strategy is to go around existing voters are focus on registering sympathetic non-white apoliticals. It has worked enormously well in Georgia. The state is blue now. It’s not electing another Republican governor, giving its electoral votes to the Republican presidential candidate, or sending Republican senators to the Capitol again unless the GOP pivots substantially in a populist direction. That doesn’t mean I like her or that she doesn’t scare me.

  40. @(((Owen)))
    @neutral

    Romney is a genuinely conservative Republican with a good record on most of the very most important issues like immigration.

    His personal enmity with Trump is just personal. Don’t let it fool you on the facts.

    Sasse and Romney hate Trump but still care about America.

    The opposite case is common, too. Lindsey Graham cozied up to Trump for years but he’s a transparently treasonous snake dedicated to undermining America at least as much as Biden is. Don’t be fooled.

    Replies: @(((Owen))), @Audacious Epigone

    Romney’s career immigration scorecard from NumbersUSA is an F-.

    Bernie Sanders’ is a D-, Lindsey Graham a C-, Ted Cruz an A+.

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