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Expensify is a firm that processes expense reports. Its CEO sent out this message to supposedly 10 million people on its marketing list:

Protect democracy, vote for Biden
David Barrett Expensify Team Posts: 21 Expensify TeamOctober 22

I know you don’t want to hear this from me. And I guarantee I don’t want to say it. But we are facing an unprecedented attack on the foundations of democracy itself. If you are a US citizen, anything less than a vote for Biden is a vote against democracy.

That’s right, I’m saying a vote for Trump, a vote for a third-party candidate, or simply not voting at all — they’re all the same, and they all mean:

“I care more about my favorite issue than democracy. I believe Trump winning is more important than democracy. I am comfortable standing aside and allowing democracy to be methodically dismantled, in plain sight.” …

Q: Why do you care so much about democracy?

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  1. Maybe Biden will do something nice for him if he wins. Trump isn’t going to anything bad to him if he wins, even if he wanted to it wouldn’t get through his administration’s morass of incompetence

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Guy De Champlagne

    Very true in all your points this time, Guy. Mr. Expensify fits in very well with Crony Capitalism.

    (We don't have to agree on every little thing.)

  2. • LOL: Kronos
    • Replies: @Muggles
    @bruce county


    Texas Passes Law Banning Californians From Voting After They Move There
     
    If only.

    Maybe next session.

    Replies: @Gamecock

    , @Morton's toes
    @bruce county

    I watched the highlight of the latest Rogan DMT show with Graham Hancock and that other guy whose name I forget. Ten minutes. Included Rogan saying "I am a refugee from California."

    Hope he enjoys the 15 days a year of nice weather in his new no-income-tax state which has a state government which is vastly superior to CA. No place is perfect albeit California used to be perfect fifty years ago.

  3. Well, as the CEO of a company that processes expense reports, the man must be familiar with “waste, fraud and abuse.”

    Why is it that so many CEOs, university presidents and other members of the leadership class push crap like this? (Yes, we know that question has been addressed here many times.) But why is it that there is such a dearth of decent, common sense people at that level of leadership?

    This does not speak well of human nature.

    Do they all go through initiation ceremonies, where they are videoed kicking puppies and raping kidnapped girl scouts? Why do they all subscribe and push this garbage?

    Maybe they really are just stupid. Biden/HARRIS = Democracy? Really? In the immortal words of John McEnroe, “You cannot be serious!”

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Buzz Mohawk


    But why is it that there is such a dearth of decent, common sense people at that level of leadership?
     
    Seems to be a selection thing. In most endeavors, leadership has a component of crapping on those below: sending men into battle; etc. Those more comfortable with such tend to keep rising.
    , @John Milton’s Ghost
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I think about the work that HBD Chick has done on the Hajnal line. The highest IQ part of Europe, the core NW corridor, was marked by outmarriage and an open society, which built relative trust among individuals and strong social cohesion that transcended the clan. Such societies then advanced technologically, which helped fuel more natural selection for higher IQ, which increased the trust in larger systems.

    High trust of strangers and promoting universal ideals does not work so well when we’ve invited the world, as Steve puts it—with cousin marriage being central to Arabian culture, among others.

    And belief in central authority and elite technocracy works—until it doesn’t, and those elites are hard-wired to miss the danger right in front of them. We are seeing the end of a thousand year tendency toward liberalism (meaning individualism and natural rights).

  4. Protect democracy, vote for Biden
    David Barrett Expensify Team Posts: 21 Expensify TeamOctober 22

    I have an idea for an internet company. It’s sure to be the next big thing:

    Pretensify

  5. Tangentially on-topic: The American Jewish Committee has labeled seven US representatives as “questionable”. By which they mean “toxic”. Three of the seven are from Minnesota, one each from neighboring Iowa and Michigan. What’s in the water up there?

    https://www.jewishpoliticalguide.com/bad-representatives/

    In happier news, they give many Southern senators and representatives high marks. So if you have a problem with AJC, perhaps it’s because you hate Southerners. Bibi is the new Old Hickory!

    • Replies: @Michael S
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ah c'mon, 3 of the 7 are The Squad. You can't just casually mention that they're from Minnesota and Michigan without including the names Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

    Anyway, regarding the main entry, they're slipping; they forgot to capitalize "Democracy". Everyone knows that "Democracy" doesn't mean "democracy", it means "The Democratic party and the permanent government". That is how they can speak truthfully when claiming that they are defending Democracy and Trump is destroying it.

    , @Hibernian
    @Reg Cæsar

    Tom Emmer would have done better to also include Bill Gates and Warren Buffet among the malefactors of great wealth. OTOH, mere mention of Soros qualifies one as an Anti-Semite in some circles.

    , @AnotherDad
    @Reg Cæsar


    https://www.jewishpoliticalguide.com/bad-representatives/
     
    Same old, same old, Reg. Nationalism for me, but not for thee.

    The Democrats--all the gals--are all solidly minoritarian, but are there because they are critics of Israel. That's its. (Criticism of Israel, of course, flows pretty naturally out of the minoritarian ideology so Jews must keep smacking heads.)

    King--one of the best guys we've got--is not a minoritarian, and at least implied that white people rooted in Western Civilization built America and make it nice. That statement is of course, obviously objectively true ... but King is also implying that he likes all that--Western civilization, white people dominance, living in a white nation. That's the evil majoritarianism of white gentiles--that they thought that's made unspeakable in America--which pretty much makes him a Nazi.

    The almost comedic one is Emmer. In their own words:


    U.S. Representative Emmer has sparked controversy for penning a letter that evoked age-old anti-Semitic tropes.

    Rep. Tom Emmer penned a letter as Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee that accues “deep-pocketed far-left billionaires” Michael Bloomberg, George Soros, and Tom Steyer of funding “biased media and hundreds of millions of dollars of anti-Republican propaganda.” He went on to say that “these left-wing radicals essentially BOUGHT control of Congress for the Democrats.”

    The naming of three individuals, all of whom are of Jewish ancestry, evokes myths that are viewed by many as anti-Semitic, whereby wealthy Jews control the media and government through money and influence.
     

    In other words, Emmer named three billionaires who are funding his political enemies--and in fact are enemies of the people, funding the destruction of our nation--and because they happen to be Jews ... Emmer is peddling anti-Semitic tropes. I.e. you can't argue and denounce if your opponents are rich Jews!

    Of course, if republicans, nationalists, conservatives, defenders of Western Civilization start making any sort of list of "people doing destructive stuff" or "people peddling destructive ideas" or "people working against the interests of the American people and nation" those lists are always going to be chock full of Jews. And even if your list bags a few gentiles and you end up only 7 or 10 Jewish--like Glenn Beck a decade ago--you're still an anti-Semite. You see Jews are great people--by definition. If you don't like what they are doing, think it is negative, destructive ... you are an anti-Semite.

    Again--the same old, same old:

    Jewish nationalism--good.
    Your nationalism--evil.

  6. OT: I have to say – I’m not a big fan of Trump – but posting the unedited CBS 60 minutes interview, before the edited (slanted) segment airs on Sunday night is f**king brilliant:

    https://www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump/videos/350524406214941/

    The media are liars. Completely in the tank for the Democratic party. Listen to this carping bitch Leslie Stahl asking him about masks. She was photographed not even wearing one during the interview.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mr. Anon

    Thank you for that, Mr. Anon. I was surprised to see FB let a non-member watch. (I didn't know how that works.) I was hesitant to click in first place, but I did and then found the same thing on youtube and on Bitchute, for anyone else who hates Facebook.

    Your pretensify comment should be up for nomination for "Excellence in Commenting". I'm trademarking it and then stealing it, or maybe in the opposite order ...

    , @Peterike
    @Mr. Anon

    “ Listen to this carping bitch Leslie Stahl asking him about masks. She was photographed not even wearing one during the interview.”

    Ms Stahl happens to be Jewish. But I’m sure that has nothing to do with it.

    , @Prester John
    @Mr. Anon

    "The media are liars. Completely in the tank for the Democratic party."

    Ya think? Which is why the Hunter Biden thing is going to go nowhere. The old man is corrupt as they come--that dude spent 36 years in the US Senate. No way ANYONE spends 36 years in the US Senate unless there's payoff.

  7. Anonymous[255] • Disclaimer says:

    Aaaand in anticipation of a Trump landslide, Beverly Hills is shutting down and arming up during and after the election.

    Sorry angry BLM’ers. Guess you’ll have to do your mass mourn-looting at The Grove.

    • Replies: @CJ
    @Anonymous

    Awesome. That’s the kind of municipal government I want.

  8. “But we are facing an unprecedented attack on the foundations of democracy itself. If you are a US citizen, anything less than a vote for Biden is a vote against democracy.”

    They ALWAYS project.

    Apparently ‘democracy’ is when media, lawyers, business, education, a large chunk of the Republican Party and Deep State are on one side, and the other side only has these strange things called ‘voters’.

  9. You’d think the owner of a company that facilitates expense reporting would appreciate a guy who is a master at producing expense reports, but he knows his bread is really buttered by the guy who wrote the laws that allow for things allowed to be on expense reports.

  10. Expensify: If Trump Wins, the Protests Must Intensify

  11. As I said elsewhere “Democracy” has become a new label and is subject to duckspeak. It’s like “guaranteed gluten-free”. Complete bullshit, no longer knows what the problem is, found on things that have nothing to do with it at all (in particular, on all sorts of retarded bureaucracies) and probably covers some small print of high bombing content. I mean. there is the NED (ha HA!), there is “delivering Democracy to ” etc. etc.

    Democracy pines for Prez Kamala (presca mala?), sorry, I mean Biden (via Mr Derbyshire):

    On the side of the Democrats are: The FBI, the CIA, the federal bureaucracy, academia, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Hollywood, NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, the NYT, every magazine on the shelf, BLM, Antifa, 50 million illegal aliens, and now, the Chinese Communist Party.

    If they can’t steal an election with that group of supporters, what does it say about their general level of competence?

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @El Dato


    Democracy pines for Prez Kamala (presca mala?), sorry, I mean Biden (via Mr Derbyshire)
     
    Kamala has not done a single interview, same as Joe. Why bother when you have the mass media speaking for you and covering for you.
  12. As the one Chronicles columnist put it, “Democracy is ratification by plebiscite of a previously determined outcome”.

  13. What a laugh. Expensify — Headquarters: San Francisco, CA.
    Maybe the Expensify head honcho his sublimating anger that his precious company is anchored in a shithole joke of a city that people are fleeing.

    Is Joe Rogan set up in Texas by now? He makes 30 mil a year. Amazing. These Cali ex-pats all love the Austin, Texas area and will turn Texas leftward.

    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
    @Clyde


    Is Joe Rogan set up in Texas by now?
     
    Yes he moved there last month.

    Replies: @Clyde

  14. @El Dato
    As I said elsewhere "Democracy" has become a new label and is subject to duckspeak. It's like "guaranteed gluten-free". Complete bullshit, no longer knows what the problem is, found on things that have nothing to do with it at all (in particular, on all sorts of retarded bureaucracies) and probably covers some small print of high bombing content. I mean. there is the NED (ha HA!), there is "delivering Democracy to " etc. etc.

    Democracy pines for Prez Kamala (presca mala?), sorry, I mean Biden (via Mr Derbyshire):


    On the side of the Democrats are: The FBI, the CIA, the federal bureaucracy, academia, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Hollywood, NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, NPR, the NYT, every magazine on the shelf, BLM, Antifa, 50 million illegal aliens, and now, the Chinese Communist Party.

    If they can’t steal an election with that group of supporters, what does it say about their general level of competence?
     

    Replies: @Clyde

    Democracy pines for Prez Kamala (presca mala?), sorry, I mean Biden (via Mr Derbyshire)

    Kamala has not done a single interview, same as Joe. Why bother when you have the mass media speaking for you and covering for you.

  15. @Buzz Mohawk
    Well, as the CEO of a company that processes expense reports, the man must be familiar with "waste, fraud and abuse."

    Why is it that so many CEOs, university presidents and other members of the leadership class push crap like this? (Yes, we know that question has been addressed here many times.) But why is it that there is such a dearth of decent, common sense people at that level of leadership?

    This does not speak well of human nature.

    Do they all go through initiation ceremonies, where they are videoed kicking puppies and raping kidnapped girl scouts? Why do they all subscribe and push this garbage?

    Maybe they really are just stupid. Biden/HARRIS = Democracy? Really? In the immortal words of John McEnroe, "You cannot be serious!"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0hK1wyrrAU

    Replies: @bomag, @John Milton’s Ghost

    But why is it that there is such a dearth of decent, common sense people at that level of leadership?

    Seems to be a selection thing. In most endeavors, leadership has a component of crapping on those below: sending men into battle; etc. Those more comfortable with such tend to keep rising.

  16. Jeez Sailer! First you hold up my comment for a day, then I get no credit for it. That’s no way to panhandle, pal.

  17. Expensify is yet another San Franssico-based tech company like Yelp!, Lyft, Uber, and Grubhub.
    We need a flyover-America tech-city that ordinary Americans can spend their money with and evade supporting these people.

  18. Another piece of wisdom from an actor. By the way, why do these entertainers think that anyone cares about their views? Why do they try to pose as some kind of socio-political sages?

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/getting-out-the-vote-mandy-patinkin-explains-why-inigo-montoya-is-jewish/

    Getting out the vote, Mandy Patinkin explains why Inigo Montoya is Jewish

    Actor uses appeal as late-in-life icon to get Jewish Americans in swing states to vote for Biden; explains how ‘Homeland’s Berenson would explain Trump to settler sister

    • Replies: @Jasper Been
    @Bardon Kaldian

    I’ve heard of guys with women’s names before: Dana, Tracy, Kelly. But Mandy!? What a pu$$y.

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Reg Cæsar

  19. Off the top of my head — and I don’t have Steve’s power of recall, this is my very favorite example of corporate guy getting a Bright Idea:

    “A Chicago bank president has shocked customers by praising Adolf Hitler as a top economic leader of his time.

    Dave Raub of Glenview State Bank wrote in a newsletter: “The Great Depression of the 1930s saw falling prices, staggering unemployment and shattered stock markets . . . and the world’s leading statesmen seemed helpless to defeat it. Except for one. His name was Adolf Hitler.

    Though an honorable mention is due to this character, particularly if we’re sticking to right before an election. He too was “Compelled to Act:”

    https://medium.com/@moskov/compelled-to-act-1413930041ee

    I admit it’s not a very high hurdle, but from a young age I’ve adhered to a rule that I can’t die in a way that’s embarrassing to my family and friends. In no small part it’s self-interest since if I were to do so they’d deny I ever existed and let me be buried by the state in ‘Potter’s Field.”

    I would feel sorry for Mr. Expensify for not having someone in his life like, uh, say a wife, to keep him from making a very prominent monkey out of himself but apparently he was bound and determined:

    I know you don’t want to hear this from me. And I guarantee I don’t want to say it.

  20. @Bardon Kaldian
    Another piece of wisdom from an actor. By the way, why do these entertainers think that anyone cares about their views? Why do they try to pose as some kind of socio-political sages?

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/getting-out-the-vote-mandy-patinkin-explains-why-inigo-montoya-is-jewish/

    Getting out the vote, Mandy Patinkin explains why Inigo Montoya is Jewish

    Actor uses appeal as late-in-life icon to get Jewish Americans in swing states to vote for Biden; explains how ‘Homeland’s Berenson would explain Trump to settler sister

    https://static.timesofisrael.com/www/uploads/2020/10/mandy-e1603533119824-1024x640.jpg

    Replies: @Jasper Been

    I’ve heard of guys with women’s names before: Dana, Tracy, Kelly. But Mandy!? What a pu$$y.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Jasper Been

    I’ve heard of guys with women’s names before: Dana, Tracy, Kelly. But Mandy!? What a pu$$

    When you're trying to secularize 'Mendel' without offending your grandmother, you don't have a lot of options.

    Replies: @Known Fact

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Jasper Been


    I’ve heard of guys with women’s names before: Dana, Tracy, Kelly...
     
    Jasper...


    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d4/Dana_Andrews_in_Laura_trailer.jpg

    https://wareham.theweektoday.com/sites/beaverdam/files/2018/05/field/image/a%20tracy_kidder_truck_full_of_money_1.jpg


    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51p+pg0ukcL._SX329_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg


    We love “Jasper” for a girl. What do you think?

    Can I use Jasper for a girl?

    2 Questions-can Jasper be a girls name & how can you get to a NN for Zac for a girl?

    https://www.gpeters.com/names/baby-names.php?name=Jasper

    We mixed it up a little and called our little girl, Jasper, as my husband liked it better as a girl’s name than a boy’s name.

    Do you think Jasper can be unisex/work for a girl?

    Jasper - for a girl
  21. All of those statements are true, certain issues are far more important to me than living in a democracy. How could any thinking person observe our citizens and think every one of them should be voting? Since he did this in his role as CEO it is clearly an in kind contribution to Biden. I am sure the FEC will get right on that.

  22. “This discussion has been closed.”

    Progressive “democracy” at work right there ^. Big Tantrum and Big Terror have united in The Great Toddler Takover of social media and traditional media. It’s the “grown-up” version of sticking your hands in your ears and singing “la la la, I can’t hear you!” Just like when the debate was over about global warming after the alarmists had their say without allowing their “science” to be reviewed and discussed: just cancel any peers who reviewed it the “wrong way”.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Under The Bridge

    "Shut up." They helpfully explained.

  23. Probably makes crappy software, and his major market is government offices.

  24. @Guy De Champlagne
    Maybe Biden will do something nice for him if he wins. Trump isn't going to anything bad to him if he wins, even if he wanted to it wouldn't get through his administration's morass of incompetence

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Very true in all your points this time, Guy. Mr. Expensify fits in very well with Crony Capitalism.

    (We don’t have to agree on every little thing.)

  25. @Mr. Anon
    OT: I have to say - I'm not a big fan of Trump - but posting the unedited CBS 60 minutes interview, before the edited (slanted) segment airs on Sunday night is f**king brilliant:

    https://www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump/videos/350524406214941/

    The media are liars. Completely in the tank for the Democratic party. Listen to this carping bitch Leslie Stahl asking him about masks. She was photographed not even wearing one during the interview.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Peterike, @Prester John

    Thank you for that, Mr. Anon. I was surprised to see FB let a non-member watch. (I didn’t know how that works.) I was hesitant to click in first place, but I did and then found the same thing on youtube and on Bitchute, for anyone else who hates Facebook.

    Your pretensify comment should be up for nomination for “Excellence in Commenting”. I’m trademarking it and then stealing it, or maybe in the opposite order …

  26. “Expensify to save Democracy”?

    What can one fucking say anymore?
    I am growing a mustache for “Movember”. It is a Prussian-style mustache. My more blue-collar-descended co-workers call it a “highway patrolman mustache”. My more white-collar-descended co-workers think it is ironic. None of them know it is inspired by military men and needs to be matched with dueling scars to be complete.

    Maybe we won’t have civil war this winter, but I still wish death and destruction on the wrong people.

  27. The dork CEO of Expensify
    Should wise up, or self-commonsensify.
    Bald-guy hats does he wear,
    Even though he has hair;
    And thus does his dorkness intensify.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @the one they call Desanex

    I wonder does he wear his dork costume to sales pitches?

    In other news, Netflix is having a record number of cancellations after Cuties. May the same thing happen to this libtard.

  28. @Reg Cæsar
    Tangentially on-topic: The American Jewish Committee has labeled seven US representatives as "questionable". By which they mean "toxic". Three of the seven are from Minnesota, one each from neighboring Iowa and Michigan. What's in the water up there?

    https://www.jewishpoliticalguide.com/bad-representatives/

    In happier news, they give many Southern senators and representatives high marks. So if you have a problem with AJC, perhaps it's because you hate Southerners. Bibi is the new Old Hickory!

    Replies: @Michael S, @Hibernian, @AnotherDad

    Ah c’mon, 3 of the 7 are The Squad. You can’t just casually mention that they’re from Minnesota and Michigan without including the names Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

    Anyway, regarding the main entry, they’re slipping; they forgot to capitalize “Democracy”. Everyone knows that “Democracy” doesn’t mean “democracy”, it means “The Democratic party and the permanent government”. That is how they can speak truthfully when claiming that they are defending Democracy and Trump is destroying it.

  29. @Reg Cæsar
    Tangentially on-topic: The American Jewish Committee has labeled seven US representatives as "questionable". By which they mean "toxic". Three of the seven are from Minnesota, one each from neighboring Iowa and Michigan. What's in the water up there?

    https://www.jewishpoliticalguide.com/bad-representatives/

    In happier news, they give many Southern senators and representatives high marks. So if you have a problem with AJC, perhaps it's because you hate Southerners. Bibi is the new Old Hickory!

    Replies: @Michael S, @Hibernian, @AnotherDad

    Tom Emmer would have done better to also include Bill Gates and Warren Buffet among the malefactors of great wealth. OTOH, mere mention of Soros qualifies one as an Anti-Semite in some circles.

  30. @Buzz Mohawk
    Well, as the CEO of a company that processes expense reports, the man must be familiar with "waste, fraud and abuse."

    Why is it that so many CEOs, university presidents and other members of the leadership class push crap like this? (Yes, we know that question has been addressed here many times.) But why is it that there is such a dearth of decent, common sense people at that level of leadership?

    This does not speak well of human nature.

    Do they all go through initiation ceremonies, where they are videoed kicking puppies and raping kidnapped girl scouts? Why do they all subscribe and push this garbage?

    Maybe they really are just stupid. Biden/HARRIS = Democracy? Really? In the immortal words of John McEnroe, "You cannot be serious!"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0hK1wyrrAU

    Replies: @bomag, @John Milton’s Ghost

    I think about the work that HBD Chick has done on the Hajnal line. The highest IQ part of Europe, the core NW corridor, was marked by outmarriage and an open society, which built relative trust among individuals and strong social cohesion that transcended the clan. Such societies then advanced technologically, which helped fuel more natural selection for higher IQ, which increased the trust in larger systems.

    High trust of strangers and promoting universal ideals does not work so well when we’ve invited the world, as Steve puts it—with cousin marriage being central to Arabian culture, among others.

    And belief in central authority and elite technocracy works—until it doesn’t, and those elites are hard-wired to miss the danger right in front of them. We are seeing the end of a thousand year tendency toward liberalism (meaning individualism and natural rights).

    • Agree: NickG
  31. @Mr. Anon
    OT: I have to say - I'm not a big fan of Trump - but posting the unedited CBS 60 minutes interview, before the edited (slanted) segment airs on Sunday night is f**king brilliant:

    https://www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump/videos/350524406214941/

    The media are liars. Completely in the tank for the Democratic party. Listen to this carping bitch Leslie Stahl asking him about masks. She was photographed not even wearing one during the interview.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Peterike, @Prester John

    “ Listen to this carping bitch Leslie Stahl asking him about masks. She was photographed not even wearing one during the interview.”

    Ms Stahl happens to be Jewish. But I’m sure that has nothing to do with it.

    • Disagree: L. Guapo
  32. I’ve used the Expensify platform. It is a fine piece of software that integrates with a typical start-up software stack: QuickBooks and Bill.com. Every now and then, Expensify’s CEO would send out cheeky emails updating customers about new things. Their newest product was a corporate card which integrated with their software. We switched platforms to Zoho, which has a number of other integrated apps but the expense app is not as intuitive. I’m stilll on the email list for Expensify, so I received this recent Biden update and it is consistent with the irreverent tone of past email blasts. I doubt that he’s alienating any of his customer base by sending out such a divisive email, but those put off by partisanship from their expense software can switch to Zoho. They never send me updates.

  33. Exibit 61.236(d) of how affluent liberals suspiciously seem to believe their subordinates are somewhere mentally between imbeciles and idiots. It’s but a suspicion, though they might be right if they do.

    Humans are said to be rather neotenic. New York Times readers must be especially so, to the point it is impressive most of them can walk properly.

  34. @Anonymous
    Aaaand in anticipation of a Trump landslide, Beverly Hills is shutting down and arming up during and after the election.

    Sorry angry BLM'ers. Guess you'll have to do your mass mourn-looting at The Grove.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_1nHl-qBrM&list=WL&index=1&fbclid=IwAR06UtsV0L6IGK6o_6Su4FoYXUYzwY3efQejqlResj8V5xtoVET8v99QkuQ

    Replies: @CJ

    Awesome. That’s the kind of municipal government I want.

  35. Why care?

    Democracy (“mob rule”) is the worst form of government. Period.

    Anarchy gets a bad rap. The consequential thuggish behavior, unleashed in the cities, is a poor justification for denial of the benefits of sans-government to hinterlanders.

    By the way, cities in anarchy, like Portland, are run by government.

    Government anarchy.

  36. there’s nothing more democratic than bullying everybody into voting the same way.

  37. @bruce county
    Texas Passes Law Banning Californians From Voting After They Move There

    https://babylonbee.com/news/texas-passes-law-banning-californians-from-voting-for-first-20-years-after-they-move-there/?utm_content=bufferf4a60&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer&fbclid=IwAR2KXP4KaF3uZgu2UlK-UBLfAU0tvPiGcy0p-khHZzobKass7GPZg1HsHq0

    Replies: @Muggles, @Morton's toes

    Texas Passes Law Banning Californians From Voting After They Move There

    If only.

    Maybe next session.

    • Replies: @Gamecock
    @Muggles

    After the influx of southern Californians here, Yankees don't seem so bad.

  38. Sailer is Eric-Andre-posting. Hail victory.

  39. @Clyde
    What a laugh. Expensify -- Headquarters: San Francisco, CA.
    Maybe the Expensify head honcho his sublimating anger that his precious company is anchored in a shithole joke of a city that people are fleeing.

    Is Joe Rogan set up in Texas by now? He makes 30 mil a year. Amazing. These Cali ex-pats all love the Austin, Texas area and will turn Texas leftward.

    Replies: @ScarletNumber

    Is Joe Rogan set up in Texas by now?

    Yes he moved there last month.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @ScarletNumber

    Thanks. When Rogan gets on Spotify then he will stop being on you tube/ About 5% pf his shows interes me. He has too many comedians on.

  40. @Under The Bridge
    "This discussion has been closed."

    Progressive "democracy" at work right there ^. Big Tantrum and Big Terror have united in The Great Toddler Takover of social media and traditional media. It's the "grown-up" version of sticking your hands in your ears and singing "la la la, I can't hear you!" Just like when the debate was over about global warming after the alarmists had their say without allowing their "science" to be reviewed and discussed: just cancel any peers who reviewed it the "wrong way".

    Replies: @Lurker

    “Shut up.” They helpfully explained.

  41. If you go here you can view an article about Hunter Biden and his big guy!

    https://gnews.org/

  42. Should have read “Whether you are a US citizen or not,…”.

    (By the way, who is “David Barrett” anyway?)

  43. @ScarletNumber
    @Clyde


    Is Joe Rogan set up in Texas by now?
     
    Yes he moved there last month.

    Replies: @Clyde

    Thanks. When Rogan gets on Spotify then he will stop being on you tube/ About 5% pf his shows interes me. He has too many comedians on.

  44. @Mr. Anon
    OT: I have to say - I'm not a big fan of Trump - but posting the unedited CBS 60 minutes interview, before the edited (slanted) segment airs on Sunday night is f**king brilliant:

    https://www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump/videos/350524406214941/

    The media are liars. Completely in the tank for the Democratic party. Listen to this carping bitch Leslie Stahl asking him about masks. She was photographed not even wearing one during the interview.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Peterike, @Prester John

    “The media are liars. Completely in the tank for the Democratic party.”

    Ya think? Which is why the Hunter Biden thing is going to go nowhere. The old man is corrupt as they come–that dude spent 36 years in the US Senate. No way ANYONE spends 36 years in the US Senate unless there’s payoff.

  45. “I know you don’t want to hear this from me. And I guarantee I don’t want to say it.”

    He literally sounds like he has a gun to his head. Why does he think that makes him more persuasive?

  46. @Jasper Been
    @Bardon Kaldian

    I’ve heard of guys with women’s names before: Dana, Tracy, Kelly. But Mandy!? What a pu$$y.

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Reg Cæsar

    I’ve heard of guys with women’s names before: Dana, Tracy, Kelly. But Mandy!? What a pu$$

    When you’re trying to secularize ‘Mendel’ without offending your grandmother, you don’t have a lot of options.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @kaganovitch

    I've heard of a few older guys named Mendy, e.g. the famed NBA ref Mendy Rudolph.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

  47. Either all of these rich, successful people are wrong, or you — not them — are right. Odds are on them being right, and posterity will record it as such on a mountain of fake mail-in ballots.

  48. Biden iSteve content-generation alert:

    “We have put together–and you guys did it for our administration … the President Obama’s administration before this–we have put together .. I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Voltarde

    "Biden iSteve content-generation alert"

    You mean this...

    https://www.boston.com/news/politics/2020/10/13/california-republican-party-admits-it-placed-misleading-ballot-boxes-around-the-state

  49. @Reg Cæsar
    Tangentially on-topic: The American Jewish Committee has labeled seven US representatives as "questionable". By which they mean "toxic". Three of the seven are from Minnesota, one each from neighboring Iowa and Michigan. What's in the water up there?

    https://www.jewishpoliticalguide.com/bad-representatives/

    In happier news, they give many Southern senators and representatives high marks. So if you have a problem with AJC, perhaps it's because you hate Southerners. Bibi is the new Old Hickory!

    Replies: @Michael S, @Hibernian, @AnotherDad

    https://www.jewishpoliticalguide.com/bad-representatives/

    Same old, same old, Reg. Nationalism for me, but not for thee.

    The Democrats–all the gals–are all solidly minoritarian, but are there because they are critics of Israel. That’s its. (Criticism of Israel, of course, flows pretty naturally out of the minoritarian ideology so Jews must keep smacking heads.)

    King–one of the best guys we’ve got–is not a minoritarian, and at least implied that white people rooted in Western Civilization built America and make it nice. That statement is of course, obviously objectively true … but King is also implying that he likes all that–Western civilization, white people dominance, living in a white nation. That’s the evil majoritarianism of white gentiles–that they thought that’s made unspeakable in America–which pretty much makes him a Nazi.

    The almost comedic one is Emmer. In their own words:

    U.S. Representative Emmer has sparked controversy for penning a letter that evoked age-old anti-Semitic tropes.

    Rep. Tom Emmer penned a letter as Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee that accues “deep-pocketed far-left billionaires” Michael Bloomberg, George Soros, and Tom Steyer of funding “biased media and hundreds of millions of dollars of anti-Republican propaganda.” He went on to say that “these left-wing radicals essentially BOUGHT control of Congress for the Democrats.”

    The naming of three individuals, all of whom are of Jewish ancestry, evokes myths that are viewed by many as anti-Semitic, whereby wealthy Jews control the media and government through money and influence.

    In other words, Emmer named three billionaires who are funding his political enemies–and in fact are enemies of the people, funding the destruction of our nation–and because they happen to be Jews … Emmer is peddling anti-Semitic tropes. I.e. you can’t argue and denounce if your opponents are rich Jews!

    Of course, if republicans, nationalists, conservatives, defenders of Western Civilization start making any sort of list of “people doing destructive stuff” or “people peddling destructive ideas” or “people working against the interests of the American people and nation” those lists are always going to be chock full of Jews. And even if your list bags a few gentiles and you end up only 7 or 10 Jewish–like Glenn Beck a decade ago–you’re still an anti-Semite. You see Jews are great people–by definition. If you don’t like what they are doing, think it is negative, destructive … you are an anti-Semite.

    Again–the same old, same old:

    Jewish nationalism–good.
    Your nationalism–evil.

  50. @Muggles
    @bruce county


    Texas Passes Law Banning Californians From Voting After They Move There
     
    If only.

    Maybe next session.

    Replies: @Gamecock

    After the influx of southern Californians here, Yankees don’t seem so bad.

  51. If you are a US citizen, anything less than a vote for Biden is a vote against democracy.

    The Left – ironically, Democrats – couldn’t care less about democracy. They use the word because YOU care. The Left has no soul.

  52. Steyer seems to have dropped off the radar screen lately. His cause was impeachment, and it didn’t happen.

  53. @kaganovitch
    @Jasper Been

    I’ve heard of guys with women’s names before: Dana, Tracy, Kelly. But Mandy!? What a pu$$

    When you're trying to secularize 'Mendel' without offending your grandmother, you don't have a lot of options.

    Replies: @Known Fact

    I’ve heard of a few older guys named Mendy, e.g. the famed NBA ref Mendy Rudolph.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Known Fact

    I’ve heard of a few older guys named Mendy, e.g. the famed NBA ref Mendy Rudolph.

    As Jackie Mason used to say "eh, too Jewish"

  54. To save Democracy, all must donate to AOC, who doesn’t need it:

    Ocasio-Cortez Is Raising Big Money for a Contest She’s Almost Sure to Win

    And, for Texans, the world’s most important map:

  55. @bruce county
    Texas Passes Law Banning Californians From Voting After They Move There

    https://babylonbee.com/news/texas-passes-law-banning-californians-from-voting-for-first-20-years-after-they-move-there/?utm_content=bufferf4a60&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer&fbclid=IwAR2KXP4KaF3uZgu2UlK-UBLfAU0tvPiGcy0p-khHZzobKass7GPZg1HsHq0

    Replies: @Muggles, @Morton's toes

    I watched the highlight of the latest Rogan DMT show with Graham Hancock and that other guy whose name I forget. Ten minutes. Included Rogan saying “I am a refugee from California.”

    Hope he enjoys the 15 days a year of nice weather in his new no-income-tax state which has a state government which is vastly superior to CA. No place is perfect albeit California used to be perfect fifty years ago.

  56. Compared to save democracy, all must NOT vote for Biden, by way of selective NOTICING and clever narrative caginess, right, Mr. Sailer?

  57. @Voltarde
    Biden iSteve content-generation alert:

    "We have put together--and you guys did it for our administration ... the President Obama's administration before this--we have put together .. I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.
     
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1320117044612943872

    Replies: @Corvinus

  58. @Known Fact
    @kaganovitch

    I've heard of a few older guys named Mendy, e.g. the famed NBA ref Mendy Rudolph.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    I’ve heard of a few older guys named Mendy, e.g. the famed NBA ref Mendy Rudolph.

    As Jackie Mason used to say “eh, too Jewish”

  59. @the one they call Desanex
    The dork CEO of Expensify
    Should wise up, or self-commonsensify.
    Bald-guy hats does he wear,
    Even though he has hair;
    And thus does his dorkness intensify.
    https://media.bizj.us/view/img/11429375/davidbarrettheadshot-1*1200xx5472-3078-0-285.jpg

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    I wonder does he wear his dork costume to sales pitches?

    In other news, Netflix is having a record number of cancellations after Cuties. May the same thing happen to this libtard.

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