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From AP:

Biden, in public and private, tiptoes toward a 2020 run

By JOSH LEDERMAN

1 hour ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Vice President Joe Biden is tiptoeing toward a potential run in 2020, even broaching the possibility during a recent gathering of longtime foreign policy aides.

Huddled in his newly opened office steps from the U.S. Capitol, Biden began a planning meeting for his new diplomacy center by addressing the elephant in the room. He said he was keeping his 2020 options open, considering it a real possibility. He insisted he had made no decision, and didn’t need to yet, according to five people who either attended the meeting or were briefed on it by those who did.

Biden also expressed interest in bringing those in the room onto his team if he decides to launch a campaign.

Biden is reportedly considering the campaign slogan: “Joe Is the One and Only: A Democrat and a Normal White Guy.”

Biden will turn 78 a couple of weeks after the 2020 election.

Do the Democrats have a shortage of white politicians below 70? It sure seems that way among California politicians. For example, the Dems’ House leader Nancy Pelosi will be 78 next month. Jerry Brown will turn 80 in April. Senator Diane Feinstein is running for a sixth term in 2018, when she will be 85 on election day.

This seems like one of the more overlooked aspects of why the Democrats have become such extremists on immigration: since the newcomers and their children aren’t all that politically talented on average (with the exception of the occasional specially-bred hybrid rarity like Obama or Kamala), they provide votes but relatively few challenges to senior white Democrats, who wind up staying in office forever. What’s not to like about this if you are an elderly white Democratic bigshot?

 
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  1. So hope they do this. He won’t make it to the finals though, there won’t be any more white guys for the DNC, and I would say white women are not far behind. It will officially be the party of black and brown and foreign.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Iberiano

    There are still plenty of white politicians in the Democrat party--although running a ticket of two whites guys for them is probably impossible now.

    One problem they have is that the Clinton's sucked up all the oxygen. During Clinton's term everything was about them--no party building was going on. And afterwards it was all about Hillary's entitlement to be the first woman president.

    Obama managed to sneak in and steal Hillary's "right". But Obama never really cared about anything but Obama. He didn't suck everything up like the Clintons, but he work to build out the party either. He just didn't do much of anything. Ergo he never really replaced the Clintonista dominance.

    So the Democrats have basically gone a generation without much oxygen for anyone. When someone thinks "Democrat" the names that pop to are lead boomers like Hillary, Schumer, maybe Fauxahontas and even more geriatric Pelosi, Sanders and Biden, with only Obama under 60. The late boomer folks, Mike Pence or Steve Sailer's age, who would have been right aged for a 2016 run--who are they? About the only one i can think of that has any kind of slight nation name recognition is Andrew Coumo. And younger folks--say early gen X--you hear the minorities Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, name dropped because they are minorities. Is there anyone who actually has any sort of profile?

    But they have a vote bank. When these geriatrics die, someone will seize it. A vote bank is like a ... well pick your analogy ... they'll always be someone ready to try and use it.

    Replies: @Anon, @Proton Gakhe

    , @Joe Schmoe
    @Iberiano

    LOL,

    when the whites move along and the dems are black, brown and foreign then the real fights can begin. None of those groups really believe in rule of law or fairness or anything, just pure ethnic interests, all of them at odds one against the others.

  2. Bwaahahahahaaa! Run him, with Gropey as his VP. It’ll be like the Hindenburg stowed in the Titanic inside the Challenger.

    • LOL: Anonym, Abe, Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Anonym
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    It’ll be like the Hindenburg stowed in the Titanic inside the Challenger.

    I love your hilarious riff on the Churchill quote "It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma". I think scale-wise though unless the Challenger exhibits Tardis dimensionality, the Challenger should fit inside the Hindenburg which would fit inside the Titanic, though a room would probably need to be hollowed out.

    BTW the Churchill quote makes me wonder if it was a Freudian slip or done intentionally. By 1939 Britain knew about Enigma but could not decode it. He wasn't prime minister then though.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/topics/enigma

  3. I advocate for the 2020 “Women can do anythign men can do” ticket: Cristina Garcia and Andrea Ramsey (who is President and who is VP can be determined later).

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    @Glaivester

    Those two bedbugs would come up with the idea of sharing both offices, probably.

    , @Rifleman
    @Glaivester


    Do the Democrats have a shortage of white politicians below 70? It sure seems that way among California politicians.
     
    Have you heard of Gavin Newsom, age 50?

    I'll put Eric Garcetti, 47, in the non White box because I assume he would prefer that.

    Adam Schiff, 57, but Jewish so I don't know if he counts.

    If Newsom wins the Governor's race he will be the Democrat's top candidate for President in 2024 when he is 56.

    He can then fight it out with Tom Cotton.
  4. OT

    Next step after World War T?
    NY Times advocates polygamy:

    Two bisexual women and their husband love parenting as threesome
    …A man and two women who live as a threesome have announced they are expecting a baby
    …”three parents are better than two.”
    …the new baby …will benefit from their set-up
    …three definitely works better than two
    …It’s difficult with two people
    …This should be the future of relationships
    …With two partners, there’s so much help and I’ll never have to leave my kids with someone I don’t trust
    …I would love to have a wedding to show my commitment to Adam and Jane
    …all live together on a large plot of land in Austin, Texas, with two separate houses … one of which Shedd uses as a homeschool where she plans to teach all the trio’s children.
    …parenting together as a threesome is a lot of fun
    …But I would definitely love to get married to Adam and Jane. It’s something we’ve always wanted even though it’s not legal.
    …We are still open in our relationship and we do sleep with other people
    …we still make time to go to strip clubs together

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Hippopotamusdrome

    I wasted some time trying to determine whether one of the women is related to my wife. Results were inconclusive.

    , @Joe Schmoe
    @Hippopotamusdrome



    …But I would definitely love to get married to Adam and Jane. It’s something we’ve always wanted even though it’s not legal.
    …We are still open in our relationship and we do sleep with other people
    …we still make time to go to strip clubs together
     
    vomit
    , @Mis(ter)Anthrope
    @Hippopotamusdrome

    "…we still make time to go to strip clubs together"

    I read thought the whole thing and was pretty disgusted until I reached the above quote at the very end. Sounds like a pretty good situation for the dude.

  5. What do you guys think of his chances in national election – would Biden have a good chance of winning it?

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Dmitry


    What do you guys think of his chances in national election – would Biden have a good chance of winning it?
     
    Yes, just by virtue of having a "D" by his name: he'd get the machine vote and have the press on his side. But I thought that about Hillary, so it's not a sure thing at all.
    , @Thea
    @Dmitry

    If there is another black swan event but with a n amazingly terrible GOP candidate, otherwise not a chance.

    , @Highlander
    @Dmitry

    Kamala Harris will be the Democratic nominee.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

  6. In general, Presidents should not be too old to act as pilot in command of a scheduled airliner, at least not on the day they are inaugurated.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Anonymous

    I’d never vote for anyone running for a first term older than 55.

  7. Is that the same Biden who back in 2009 (before encroaching senility was even a plausible excuse) was too stupid and arrogant to keep his trap shut in public about the interventionist (bipartisan) US elite’s opinions of and plans for Russia?

    Biden Says Weakened Russia Will Bend to U.S.

  8. I encourage this, and I hope Hillary decides to run too. Lots of fun and fireworks. Would love to see Hillary and Biden rip each other apart.

    Democrats: the party of old, recycled white folk.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @Daniel H

    "Democrats: the party of old, recycled white folk."

    Maybe in 2020. After that it's a swarm of youngish Black and Brown bodies who don't like Whitey, except for the useful idiot, soy-boy Antifa types.

    Here's hoping that White women will fully divest themselves from the Democrats and the identity-politics left. Maybe the 'painting' by Obama's butt-boy portraitist of the black woman holding the severed head of a Becky can serve as a useful meme in this endeavor.

  9. Some used to call the USSR a gerontocracy, one can start doing the same for the Democrat party.

  10. You sure this is the best place to ridicule old white politically-oriented men?

    Anyhow this guy:

    • Troll: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @Jake
    @anony-mouse

    Reagan's age may have played a role in easily his biggest mistake as President: he trusted Neocons to be something akin to 'conservative.'

    , @D. K.
    @anony-mouse

    Ronald Reagan was too old to be president, and showed signs of dementia while still in office (e.g., not being able to recognize the names of some of his own cabinet secretaries, while he was testifying in a civil trial), but he did not turn 78 until 17 days after his eight-year-long presidency had ended. Joe Biden would turn 78 before he even began his presidency. All of the others listed by Steve as being elderly Democratic officeholders are even older than Joe Biden. President Eisenhower publicly opined that the presidency is no place for a seventy-year-old man. Ike was right.

    Replies: @JerryC, @Aristippus, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Rod1963, @bomag

    , @AndrewR
    @anony-mouse

    I have yet to see anyone on here condone 78 year olds running for President, and I definitely haven't seen anyone on here claim they're thinking about running for president.

    Of course, DJT will be 74 in 2020, so if he runs for reelection then there won't be an airtight argument against making a 77 year old the Dem nominee. As the "boomers" enter their twilight years, the US is becoming more and more of a gerontocracy.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    , @L Woods
    @anony-mouse

    You may be the most indefatigable troll to haunt this website. Do you have nothing better to do? Ever?

    Replies: @anony-mouse

    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @anony-mouse

    I remember Ronald Reagan. I campaigned door-to-door for Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan was my candidate. Sir, Joe Biden is no Ronald Reagan.

    Anyway, Reagan was 69, just about to turn 70, when he took office. He was about to turn 78 when he finished -- the age Biden would be upon entering office.

    I do wish the Democrat party would nominate Crazy Joe, but that won't happen. They simply must select a non-white female. Their anti-white, feminist identity politics demands it. They are all-in now and alienating more and more white American citizens.

    Replies: @Meretricious, @Anon7

  11. Will Biden’s hair start to look unnaturally youthful as he approaches the wheelchair stage of life?

  12. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I advocate for the 2020 “Women can do anythign men can do” ticket: Cristina Garcia and Andrea Ramsey (who is President and who is VP can be determined later)

    That’d be worse than this gruesome twosome:

    Assuming the one on the left doesn’t get offered a peerage Over There. It’s a rum0(u)r, you know.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Which gruesome twosome?



    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-wvHMasrX-gM/UIoNOKBjxXI/AAAAAAAAEaI/7gsAsGj_LGc/s1600/DEBBIE+Y+CHRISSI.jpg

    Peerage hell. She's lucky they don't run her out for inflicting her majorly annoying kid on them.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  13. So these old White politicians get to stab the rest of us in the back and we never call them out?

    Whites never hold their own kind accountable for treason.

    • Agree: Thea
    • Replies: @bomag
    @Anonymous


    never hold their own kind accountable...
     
    Heck, they get rewarded
  14. If the Democrats wish to prove how truly diverse they are, their ticket will feature at least 1 non-white and 1 trans-person

  15. Tim Kaine (Caine?) will be the last hetro (I use that term loosely here) white male to be on the Democratic presidential ticket.

  16. @anony-mouse
    You sure this is the best place to ridicule old white politically-oriented men?

    Anyhow this guy:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoPu1UIBkBc

    Replies: @Jake, @D. K., @AndrewR, @L Woods, @Buzz Mohawk

    Reagan’s age may have played a role in easily his biggest mistake as President: he trusted Neocons to be something akin to ‘conservative.’

  17. anon • Disclaimer says:

    Biden is one of the few Democratic presidential contenders with “gravitas.” Who else has it?

    Running against an incumbent president is a bit like being one of the first troops to land on D-Day; it’s a self-sacrificial act (See: Romney 2012). Presidential kamikaze seems like a good role for a guy of Biden’s age, tho’. He might just win too.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @anon

    "He might just win too."

    Joe Biden is 4 years older than Donald Trump and is even more pasty pale than the orange tanned Donald. Do you really believe the future of The Democratic Party is someone who is even paler and older than Donald Trump? The future of The Democratic Party is someone who is younger than Donald Trump and has more melanin than Donald Trump.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

  18. I for one, propose & welcome Oprah 2020 with her running Lena Dunham.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    @rogue-one

    Oprah probably voted Trump. She's smart and reasonable and there'd be no personal loss or gain from doing so in the privacy of a voting booth. I doubt she'd have the coldness of heart to actually run against someone she knows is needed.

  19. just keep the 12 year old girls out of the frame. just in case, I am not nor ever have been a Russian.

  20. I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    • Replies: @Kaz
    @Jonathan Mason

    Well you would only vote for Biden if you supported the Democratic platform. He would just serve as a proxy. That's kind of what the presidential race of 2016 was going to be without Trump. People voting for a bunch of uninspired politicians based on a watered down platform.

    , @DCThrowback
    @Jonathan Mason

    And you haven't even gotten to the Biden groping / dropping the towel allegations OR his family's dealings in Ukraine.

    The good news about any of these establishment pols is they wouldn't be where they are in the political orbit if they weren't totally compromised (an unmentioned fact that Trump leveraged to the hilt in every debate he was in).

    In fact, the more compromised you are, the more likely you are seated on some intelligence committee, as you likely know what the score is, but because the Israelis have some phone taps with you on the phone with a live boy (or dead girl), 'tis better to just let them fix your primaries for you (right LINDSEY!?).

    Replies: @Ivy, @ben tillman

    , @Busby
    @Jonathan Mason

    I would leave home on a cold November day to vote for his opponent.

    Biden is a small minded bully.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Jonathan Mason

    On the other hand, he will ensure that his party will get at least six electors-- his state's and DC's.

    , @Henry's Cat
    @Jonathan Mason

    I think that was a bigger deal this side of the pond, but did Biden explicitly admit responsibility or try and shift it onto his speechwriter?

    , @englishmike
    @Jonathan Mason


    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.
     
    Me too.

    The only other things worth knowing about Biden are those YouTube videos of him groping children. On camera. In front of their smiling parents.

    BTW Jonathan: "..Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock..." - LOL!

    British politics produces more than its fair share of "partly leaders".
    , @MB
    @Jonathan Mason

    True, but the "noun - verb - 911" quip about Rudy Giuliani was funny.

    Still even for a Dim, dogwhistling calling Geo. W. Obama, "the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy" when he's being rehabilitated for national politics by the Powers That Be after the Kinnock affair was pushing it.

    Of course it never hurts to be a member of the CFR.
    Anything can be forgiven, even Joe's raycism and whyte privlige.

  21. I hear from a reliable source in the DCCC that the money people are all starting to coalesce around Kamala for 2020. This is both good because I think TRUMP would win easily, and terrifying because of the nonzero chance she would be President.

    • Replies: @hhsiii
    @Hockamaw

    Her problem is the white husband. I think Obama married Michelle for the political optics.

    , @JollyOldSoul
    @Hockamaw

    "I hear from a reliable source in the DCCC that the money people are all starting to coalesce around Kamala for 2020."

    Looking at all of the insane, crazy, extremist laws the California legislature has considered and even passed in the last decade, the campaign commercials against her pretty much write themselves. You could make a hundred of them, then at the end of each hang them around Kamala Harris like a great big albatross and dare her to defend or refute them. It would be like asking her "Do you still beat your husband?" It would be a terrifically awesome chance to show the nation exactly what direction the Democratic Party is headed.

    And her dating Willie Brown, a man 30 years her senior, in order to get ahead in politics? People can forgive Trump for shagging a porn star - hell, half of us are jealous - but being the kept woman in the relationship doesn't, shall we say, generate quite as much envy or forgiveness.

    , @Father O'Hara
    @Hockamaw

    She is so stupid,but tries to sound intelligent. I loathe the old bag. Corey Booker,OTOH,is a raging queen of emotion. Biden,eh?

    , @Corn
    @Hockamaw

    According to Wikipedia Kamala Harris has a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father. Even if she wins (God I hope she doesn’t) America will have had two black Presidents but not a single ancestor of Southern slaves in the White House.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  22. Biden is reportedly considering the campaign slogan: “Joe Is the One and Only: A Democrat and a Normal White Guy.”

    The hilarious part is that even though such an approach would likely help the Dems, I can’t see them allowing it to happen. Putting a hated white male on the top of the ticket will simply cause too much shrieking. I think Steve tends to oversell the fractures in the coalition of the fringes, unfortunately. Sure they do squabble and often hate one another, but they know who their real enemy is. And it just so happens that Biden is part of the enemy, his party affiliation notwithstanding.

    The fact that he comes across as a fairly normal man just makes things worse. If he were gay or some some sorta limp wristed mewling pussy, well it might be possible. But Biden looks like he might have an ordinary T-level for a man his age, like he might even touch someone without first getting written, fully informed consent. And of course the video evidence shows that he does exactly that . . . Not gonna happen, Joe. Sorry.

  23. One more flu season and the Democrats will need a new starting line-up.

    • LOL: Harry Baldwin
  24. Biden may be a shrewd move for the democrat party. They can run out the clock for another 4 years until the they have successfully elected a new people and turned Texas blue in 2024.

    https://www.oddschecker.com/politics/us-politics/us-presidential-election-2020/winner

    • Agree: rogue-one
    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    @Anon

    Yes, I fear you may be right.

  25. The negative ads write themselves:

  26. @anony-mouse
    You sure this is the best place to ridicule old white politically-oriented men?

    Anyhow this guy:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoPu1UIBkBc

    Replies: @Jake, @D. K., @AndrewR, @L Woods, @Buzz Mohawk

    Ronald Reagan was too old to be president, and showed signs of dementia while still in office (e.g., not being able to recognize the names of some of his own cabinet secretaries, while he was testifying in a civil trial), but he did not turn 78 until 17 days after his eight-year-long presidency had ended. Joe Biden would turn 78 before he even began his presidency. All of the others listed by Steve as being elderly Democratic officeholders are even older than Joe Biden. President Eisenhower publicly opined that the presidency is no place for a seventy-year-old man. Ike was right.

    • Agree: NickG
    • Replies: @JerryC
    @D. K.

    Reagan probably would have been fine through his two terms if he hadn't been shot.

    , @Aristippus
    @D. K.

    Presidents ideally should be in their 40s, 50s, and lower 60s. It’s a ridiculously hard job and just comparing the before and after pictures of office holders proves it. There’s a meme about a hypothetical Bernie Sanders presidency that shows before and after office. The after is the Crypt Keeper.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Cato

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @D. K.

    Thanks for offering the Democrat talking points circa 1984. Your allegiance to a failed ideology ensures that we can predict your errors before you post.

    Without you, what would we do for entertainment?

    , @Rod1963
    @D. K.

    Our political system resembles the the Soviet system more and more. To get to the top you have to hold a series of offices over many decades before TPTB approve you for the big offices. By the time they get there they are already sick and mentally infirm. They need to rely on a massive staff of courtiers to make any decision.

    Even when terminally ill, enfeebled or are taking Alzheimer's medicine respectivelyL McCain, Feinstein and Pelosi. They don't quit. These people will die in office or a hospital bed.

    The MSM goes out of it's way to keep the public in the dark to true extent of many politicians physical or mental infirmities. For example they won't show senators in wheel chairs, rascals or when they show up for work with a nurse.

    It's a far cry from the old British Imperial or Roman system where some young man in his mid-20's to early 30's can make to the top of the heap either politically or militarily. So the Empire had men, physically and mentally at the top of their game making decisions. Not people who wear depends.

    , @bomag
    @D. K.

    Reagan was exceptionally vigorous and sharp at the beginning of his presidency.

    The demands of the office, and getting shot, tends to age one pretty quickly.

    The allure of politics keeps people around. I thought that it was kind of gross that Senators Byrd, Thurmond, and Kennedy died in office. WTF? Note that Kennedy was "only" 77.

    I'll also mention that Supreme Court justices tend to hang around too long, especially the politically motivated ones, like Ginsburg.

    Replies: @D. K., @ScarletNumber

  27. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    Replies: @Kaz, @DCThrowback, @Busby, @Reg Cæsar, @Henry's Cat, @englishmike, @MB

    Well you would only vote for Biden if you supported the Democratic platform. He would just serve as a proxy. That’s kind of what the presidential race of 2016 was going to be without Trump. People voting for a bunch of uninspired politicians based on a watered down platform.

  28. @anony-mouse
    You sure this is the best place to ridicule old white politically-oriented men?

    Anyhow this guy:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoPu1UIBkBc

    Replies: @Jake, @D. K., @AndrewR, @L Woods, @Buzz Mohawk

    I have yet to see anyone on here condone 78 year olds running for President, and I definitely haven’t seen anyone on here claim they’re thinking about running for president.

    Of course, DJT will be 74 in 2020, so if he runs for reelection then there won’t be an airtight argument against making a 77 year old the Dem nominee. As the “boomers” enter their twilight years, the US is becoming more and more of a gerontocracy.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @AndrewR

    "Of course, DJT will be 74 in 2020, so if he runs for reelection then there won’t be an airtight argument against making a 77 year old the Dem nominee. As the “boomers” enter their twilight years, the US is becoming more and more of a gerontocracy."

    Joe Biden is even older than The Baby Boomers, he was born in 1942 which makes him part of The Silent Generation. Joe Biden is old enough to be Steve Sailer's father. There is no way the decade of the 2020s is going to have a Silent Generation president.

    No way is The U.S is going to have a Silent Generation president in the era of self driving cars and more advancements in AI robots like this.
    https://youtu.be/0ESp9ZlbRfs

    Replies: @Hibernian

  29. This isn’t just a problem in politics. Look at media and academia, where there has been a concerted effort to marginalize straight white males of Christian heritage born after 1965 or so since at least the late 80s.

    The only younger white guys who make it big now are sycophants like Ross Douthat and Rod Dreher or sociopaths who hate their own kind like Kevin Williamson. The rest of us have been banished from the “conversation.”

    On the positive side, this creates an enormous vacuum that can and will be filled by those with a decidedly different agenda. Unfortunately, it’s going to be a big struggle for most of us to find the time and funds to make ourselves heard, but we’ll get there eventually.

    • Replies: @Rod1963
    @Bill P

    The people you cite are hacks for dead tree publications(NYT, TNR)that are all on life support by sugar daddy billionaire globalists.

    Young people don't read them, only old guys in their late 50's do.

    FoxNews isn't much better, as the average viewer can enroll in AARP.

    All of them are becoming irrelevant.

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Bill P


    sociopaths who hate their own kind like Kevin Williamson
     
    So are you claiming Williamson hates black people or homosexuals?

    Replies: @ben tillman

  30. Black panther ripping it up

    Mueller inductemebrs showinf the surface of right wing hate

    Not a good day for you guts

    • Troll: IHTG
    • Replies: @Steve in Greensboro
    @Tiny Duck

    Tiny: Are you having a stroke, brother? Get back on the blood pressure medicine and call 911 immediately. We cannot afford to lose you.

    You set a floor, in terms of thoughtlessness, racial animus, ignorance and now general gibberish, below which none of us could ever dream of going.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    , @fish
    @Tiny Duck

    Ohs Tinys......yo an Lendsert sho “rippid it’s up” after teh moovys last’n nite! U wan like a puppit on Lensnerds Waykanda stick boy ....an dat was wen we sneeked into dat “Fitty Shayds o Ghey”even befo we went to Bnack Pamfer!


    Ledbert “even he be gettin tired o all the anal sex wit Tiny jokes” Pibtzs

    Replies: @Truth

    , @Ted Kaczynski Talks
    @Tiny Duck

    Another day, another intelligent, insightful and well-edited contribution to the iSteve comments section by valued commenter Tiny Duck.

  31. @anony-mouse
    You sure this is the best place to ridicule old white politically-oriented men?

    Anyhow this guy:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoPu1UIBkBc

    Replies: @Jake, @D. K., @AndrewR, @L Woods, @Buzz Mohawk

    You may be the most indefatigable troll to haunt this website. Do you have nothing better to do? Ever?

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @anony-mouse
    @L Woods

    1/ Calling someone a 'troll' is a an ad hominem attack which is used when you can't argue with the argument.

    2/ My comments are much shorter (and better organized than others) so it doesn't take that much time from my schedule. But it's nice that you care.

  32. OT:
    Romney announces run for Senate.

    Ann Coulter observes:
    “Poor Utah Republicans–if only they had a carpetbagging, flip-flopping, Trump-bashing, clueless twit of a Senate candidate. Oh wait!…”

    Ann’s always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @anon

    This was Romney's take on Charlottesville on Twitter.

    No, not the same. One side is racist, bigoted, Nazi. The other opposes racism and bigotry. Morally different universes.
    7:14 PM - 15 Aug 2017

    I think Trump was more right.

    Romney, McCain, and Ryan won't stand up to the Left.

    , @JollyOldSoul
    @anon

    Romney hasn't done a single g.d. thing since winning the nomination back in 2012 to suggest he was ever anything other than a RINO. His veep nominee was Paul Ryan, who campaigned against Prop 187 in 1994 before he was even in Congress. His campaign manager was former Governor Mike Leavitt, who did more than any other Republican governor in the US to make his state (Utah) friendly to illegals (in state tuition, drivers licenses). Romney endorsed Bob Bennett over Mike Lee in 2010, backed Eric Cantor over David Brat, and backed an effort to eff up the nominating process in Utah elections to help keep RINOs in power forever. He's a lying SOB. He is so RINO that he refused to back Cruz against Trump because he figured Trump would lose in the general. If he wins the GOP nomination I will be voting for the Democrat sooner than I will vote for him.

    , @Autochthon
    @anon

    This nonsense has got out of hand.

    Hillary Clinton's phony representation of New York set the precedent (or are there earlier examples I am missing? probably....

    People move; I understand that. I am not a native Californian myself ... but I have lived here for a decade; if I ran for an office to represent California, I could make a strong case to understand the place and its people, to have genuine affection and loyalty to represent it zealously, and so on. People legitimately moves for whatever reason and if, after a period of time long enough to establish a bona fide, they run for an office to represent their new homes, there is not much wrong with that.

    But these jackasses who move for the purpose of obtaining an elected office merit being viewed askance, to put it mildly. And when the office involves representing the people in an external forum, where vying to support the interest of one's constituents in opposition to those of others is part of the gig (as in the federal legislature) the problem is even more pronounced than it would be if one were, say, running to be the mayor of Redding.

    When things get too extreme, we forbid it outright – quite rightly and wisely – as with not permitting aliens to vote and not permitting naturalised citizens to be the president.


    This trend is both a cause, a result, (because it reinforces a vicious cycle) and a symptom of empire.

    Replies: @Flip

    , @Joe Sweet
    @anon

    Ann’s always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    Oh, he sure did. That smarmy carpet-bagging, anti-Trump POS.

    https://youtu.be/3McYSX6jSIg

    , @Cato
    @anon

    Wasn't Romney the first to demand South Carolina ban the Confederate battle flag?

  33. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    Replies: @Kaz, @DCThrowback, @Busby, @Reg Cæsar, @Henry's Cat, @englishmike, @MB

    And you haven’t even gotten to the Biden groping / dropping the towel allegations OR his family’s dealings in Ukraine.

    The good news about any of these establishment pols is they wouldn’t be where they are in the political orbit if they weren’t totally compromised (an unmentioned fact that Trump leveraged to the hilt in every debate he was in).

    In fact, the more compromised you are, the more likely you are seated on some intelligence committee, as you likely know what the score is, but because the Israelis have some phone taps with you on the phone with a live boy (or dead girl), ’tis better to just let them fix your primaries for you (right LINDSEY!?).

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Ivy
    @DCThrowback

    Biden the Groper will test the mettle of those Dem supporters. Do they go all #MeToo on him, or have their fellow travelers in the media studiously ignore any hint of scandal or airbrush it away? If he does address the matters at hand, expect that to be buried under some other breaking news events.

    , @ben tillman
    @DCThrowback


    And you haven’t even gotten to the Biden groping / dropping the towel allegations OR his family’s dealings in Ukraine.
     
    Isn't it amazing that the Democrats can't find anyone less personally sleazy than Trump?
  34. “Former Vice President Joe Biden is tiptoeing toward a potential run in 2020,”

    Nah, that can’t be right, “Doddering toward a potential run” maybe. If that old hoser tried to tiptoe, he would fall on his face.

    I think he’d probably better choose a slogan like “Trump is a Racist”, though. He couldn’t remember the other slogan. It’s too long.

  35. @Glaivester
    I advocate for the 2020 "Women can do anythign men can do" ticket: Cristina Garcia and Andrea Ramsey (who is President and who is VP can be determined later).

    Replies: @Twodees Partain, @Rifleman

    Those two bedbugs would come up with the idea of sharing both offices, probably.

  36. Senator Diane Feinstein

    Two Ns, as with Michele Bachmann.

    She’s been a senatrix (senatrice?) since 1992. The last male senators elected from the California Republic were Pete Wilson and Alan Cranston. Cranston died in the last century.

    Californians missed S. I. Hayakawa, who passed away in early 1992. To honor him, that November they elected two JAPs to the US Senate.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Reg Cæsar


    Californians missed S. I. Hayakawa, who passed away in early 1992. To honor him, that November they elected two JAPs to the US Senate.
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKbxGdj7O_w

    Replies: @sabril

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Reg Cæsar

    Okay, Jewish Princesses have privilege among Demoncrats. So what's your point?

  37. Well, “Uncle Joe” will have to dispose of “Grandma Hillary” and the youngsters, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsome and Andrew Cuomo who all stand in his way. I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can’t imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78. However, say what you will, but old farts Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well, but California is different than the rest of the states.

    • Replies: @Ivy
    @Buffalo Joe

    Joe,
    This Californian is waiting for those old Dems to just retire and move off the stage already. At least Brown has announced that, with the 60 Minutes TV tour of his ranch. Maybe Pelosi can bunk there and take the others with her.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Lagertha

    , @Joe Sweet
    @Buffalo Joe


    I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can’t imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78.

    Well I don’t know, Joe. I’m not saying those old senators drink the blood of babies in satanic rituals or anything like that, but I would bet that you do not, so that could explain why you don’t have the energy to be president while some folks, who are even a bit older than you, do.

    Replies: @Anon

    , @bomag
    @Buffalo Joe


    Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well
     
    Dunno. "There's a lot of ruin in the State"; they don't seem much better than Illinois politicians, they just have wealthier companies around to cover the decline.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @MBlanc46

    , @athEIst
    @Buffalo Joe

    Feinstein

    Didn't we elect her Senator for life in 2012? Will she still be as greedy when she's 91! Are Mrs. Blum(and hubby) billionaires yet? I guess it is well hidden!

  38. Can’t stand that phony but have to say, went to law school with both Biden’s son and D’amatos son. The former was a good guy, the latter was a punk.

  39. @D. K.
    @anony-mouse

    Ronald Reagan was too old to be president, and showed signs of dementia while still in office (e.g., not being able to recognize the names of some of his own cabinet secretaries, while he was testifying in a civil trial), but he did not turn 78 until 17 days after his eight-year-long presidency had ended. Joe Biden would turn 78 before he even began his presidency. All of the others listed by Steve as being elderly Democratic officeholders are even older than Joe Biden. President Eisenhower publicly opined that the presidency is no place for a seventy-year-old man. Ike was right.

    Replies: @JerryC, @Aristippus, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Rod1963, @bomag

    Reagan probably would have been fine through his two terms if he hadn’t been shot.

  40. @DCThrowback
    @Jonathan Mason

    And you haven't even gotten to the Biden groping / dropping the towel allegations OR his family's dealings in Ukraine.

    The good news about any of these establishment pols is they wouldn't be where they are in the political orbit if they weren't totally compromised (an unmentioned fact that Trump leveraged to the hilt in every debate he was in).

    In fact, the more compromised you are, the more likely you are seated on some intelligence committee, as you likely know what the score is, but because the Israelis have some phone taps with you on the phone with a live boy (or dead girl), 'tis better to just let them fix your primaries for you (right LINDSEY!?).

    Replies: @Ivy, @ben tillman

    Biden the Groper will test the mettle of those Dem supporters. Do they go all #MeToo on him, or have their fellow travelers in the media studiously ignore any hint of scandal or airbrush it away? If he does address the matters at hand, expect that to be buried under some other breaking news events.

  41. This seems like one of the more overlooked aspects of why the Democrats have become such extremists on immigration: since the newcomers and their children aren’t all that politically talented on average (with the exception of the occasional specially-bred hybrid rarity like Obama or Kamala), they provide votes but relatively few challenges to senior white Democrats, who wind up staying in office forever. What’s not to like about this if you are an elderly white Democratic bigshot?

    I’m not normally a fan of concern trolling, but loudly and publicly declaring that leftist institutions need to be run by nonwhites and women strikes me as a wonderful strategy. C’mon lefties, put your money where your mouth is and have the vital institutions that you use to control society be run by incompetent POC morons and cat ladies. Surely you can lead by example, can’t you? Hell, you keep telling me these people will do a better job than the old white establishment. Why won’t you take advantage of their exquisite talents?

    • Replies: @carol
    @HEL

    Sounds like a recipe for disaster. The white powers behind the throne will lose control of their POC figureheads, and the US will turn into a 3rd world sh!thole that much faster.

    I wouldn't be surprised if that kind of too-clever-by-half strategy is how more liberal ex-colonials lost control in South Africa or Zimbabwe. Vote for us! We support Colored Leadership!

    Pawns just don't stay put like they oughtta,

  42. @Buffalo Joe
    Well, "Uncle Joe" will have to dispose of "Grandma Hillary" and the youngsters, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsome and Andrew Cuomo who all stand in his way. I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can't imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78. However, say what you will, but old farts Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well, but California is different than the rest of the states.

    Replies: @Ivy, @Joe Sweet, @bomag, @athEIst

    Joe,
    This Californian is waiting for those old Dems to just retire and move off the stage already. At least Brown has announced that, with the 60 Minutes TV tour of his ranch. Maybe Pelosi can bunk there and take the others with her.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Ivy

    This. Their time is over. White voters increasigly vote as whites. What will be crucial is keeping freedom of speech alive and kicking because the first crop of militant mestizo or nonwhite politicians to follow the tarry sauropods will be crying racism every ten seconds. Imagine a Rubio with a brain and a clear throat squaring off in a televised debate against someone without Trump's glorious ZFG attitude.

    , @Lagertha
    @Ivy

    as my mother is dying (she is the same age as Pelosi), my mother is much more lucid and can talk about policy ( with me, duh) that Nancy can't anymore (she is too mixed up)- my mother never stammers and spaces-out like Nancy does...and she, my mommy, never speaks ungrammatically...in four languages! ... yeah, baby!

    I have spent a lot of time with very old people these past 10 years ( I was the youngest child from an enormous extended family) and, I can say, that one's acumen and patience diminishes as the years go by...certainly by 78-83. So, if the Dems think they should usher in old guys (Trump is old as well, get that) to win the Presidential election, well, go for it. "Diverse" trolls, however, following their family members forever, is not worth it. Trolls can win.

  43. @Reg Cæsar

    Senator Diane Feinstein
     
    Two Ns, as with Michele Bachmann.

    She's been a senatrix (senatrice?) since 1992. The last male senators elected from the California Republic were Pete Wilson and Alan Cranston. Cranston died in the last century.

    Californians missed S. I. Hayakawa, who passed away in early 1992. To honor him, that November they elected two JAPs to the US Senate.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Californians missed S. I. Hayakawa, who passed away in early 1992. To honor him, that November they elected two JAPs to the US Senate.

    • Replies: @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

  44. Say it ain’t so, Joe.

  45. Biden presents the perfect foil for the four women running–Kamala, Kirsten, Liz, and Cory.
    😉

  46. @Ivy
    @Buffalo Joe

    Joe,
    This Californian is waiting for those old Dems to just retire and move off the stage already. At least Brown has announced that, with the 60 Minutes TV tour of his ranch. Maybe Pelosi can bunk there and take the others with her.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Lagertha

    This. Their time is over. White voters increasigly vote as whites. What will be crucial is keeping freedom of speech alive and kicking because the first crop of militant mestizo or nonwhite politicians to follow the tarry sauropods will be crying racism every ten seconds. Imagine a Rubio with a brain and a clear throat squaring off in a televised debate against someone without Trump’s glorious ZFG attitude.

  47. @Glaivester
    I advocate for the 2020 "Women can do anythign men can do" ticket: Cristina Garcia and Andrea Ramsey (who is President and who is VP can be determined later).

    Replies: @Twodees Partain, @Rifleman

    Do the Democrats have a shortage of white politicians below 70? It sure seems that way among California politicians.

    Have you heard of Gavin Newsom, age 50?

    I’ll put Eric Garcetti, 47, in the non White box because I assume he would prefer that.

    Adam Schiff, 57, but Jewish so I don’t know if he counts.

    If Newsom wins the Governor’s race he will be the Democrat’s top candidate for President in 2024 when he is 56.

    He can then fight it out with Tom Cotton.

  48. Gavin Newsom will probably be elected to the California governorship. If he is then he’ll automatically be a presidential contender.

    • Replies: @JollyOldSoul
    @Jimi

    And have to defend every insane law passed by the California legislature, and probably the Ninth Circus, too. A Californian on the Dem ticket, white or not, would be a blessing for the GOP.

  49. They have white male politicians under 70, but they all come off as effeminate when they speak. Kaine and O’Malley are two particularly egregious examples of this.

    Sherrod Brown has a very well-crafted and gruff no-nonsense persona, but it’s unlikely he would ever get party backing on account of him being too pro-labor for the modern day Dems to stomach. And even he would be 67 on election day 2020.

  50. I realize that hypocrisy is the soul of the Left, but how could Biden run in the “metoo” environment?

    Paranthetically, I’m at a loss to think of another time two teetotalers ran against each other in a Presidential election …

  51. One reason the apparatchiks in the USSR held on until death is that they did not believe in god. When they were gone, that was it. It also did not help that once out of power, they received nothing but a government pension; if they were lucky that is.

  52. Former Vice President Joe Biden is tiptoeing toward a potential run in 2020, even broaching the possibility during a recent gathering of longtime foreign policy aides.

    Not a chance. Biden missed his moment. If he had gotten the Democratic nomination in 2016, he might have — probably would have — won. (Of, course, the Clinton campaign would have taken him down in some underhanded way… so it was never a real possibility for Biden to have been the Democratic nominee.)

    But by 2020, not only will Biden be too old, the Democratic Party will be too non-white — and too non-male. The Democratic Party of today is firmly the party of anti-white, feminized identity politics. If Biden were gay, maybe he’d have a shot in 2020. But as a heterosexual white male, forget it. Biden willingly played second fiddle to a mulatto president and a female nominee. That got him the vice-presidency for eight years. That’s as close as he’ll ever get. …. he’s going to go down as the last of the old New Deal/working class white Democrats.

    It ain’t Harry Truman’s party any more… or even Hubert Humphrey’s party.

    • Agree: MBlanc46
  53. I’m baffled why no one in the Democratic Party seems to have the rudimentary intelligence to get Kirsten Gillibrand to run. She has by far the best chance of beating Trump. Good looking, relatively young, another woman to break that glass ceiling, straight right down the middle Democratic Party line on all issues, experience as a US Senator. Instead they are tinkering with guaranteed losers like the angry mystery meat Willie Brown girlfriend from California , the gay Black guy from New Jersey and the ancient, TV weatherman looking non-entity from Delaware.
    If I was in charge of their party I would do anything I had to to make her run. Kidnap her kids and hold them hostage to a Presidential run, if that is what it takes. And I thought the Republicans were supposed to be the stupid party. Maybe the self lobotimization necessary to be in the Left has worked itself up through their ranks?

    • Replies: @unpc downunder
    @Alfa158

    Yes, they don't need to double down on the identity politics because Trump is so politically incorrect. He's created more space for the Dems to run a moderate white candidate. All they need is someone who is to the left of Trump on taxes and cultural issues, and who is reasonably diplomatic in talking to the media.

    However, it may take more than one election defeat for the Dems to fully digest Trump's effect on the Overton window.

    Replies: @Busby

    , @S. Anonyia
    @Alfa158

    Plus there's even room for her to pivot to the middle based on her history as a representative. She could presumably get all of Hillary's votes plus some (way more likable, no shady past)

    Maybe they are afraid female minorities will resent a nice looking white woman?

    , @ScarletNumber
    @Alfa158

    Only in the world of politics could Kirsten Gillibrand be considered good looking. In the real world you wouldn't look twice at her.

  54. Media Flipflopping Thread
    http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/160897466
    It’s pretty clear that most of these derive from trying to defend Hillary against specific charges (eg, the health one with a picture of a seated FDR), while wanting to also hit back on the same line (“perhaps it is really you who are the mutants”). Thus this is relevant to speculation about a Biden run because Biden has an insane Christmas list of salients and foibles.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @J.Ross

    That's funny, but people who get indignant over this misunderstand journalism and the kinds of people who do it. Journalism is just schoolyard gossip/scandal but on a larger stage.

  55. @Bill P
    This isn't just a problem in politics. Look at media and academia, where there has been a concerted effort to marginalize straight white males of Christian heritage born after 1965 or so since at least the late 80s.

    The only younger white guys who make it big now are sycophants like Ross Douthat and Rod Dreher or sociopaths who hate their own kind like Kevin Williamson. The rest of us have been banished from the "conversation."

    On the positive side, this creates an enormous vacuum that can and will be filled by those with a decidedly different agenda. Unfortunately, it's going to be a big struggle for most of us to find the time and funds to make ourselves heard, but we'll get there eventually.

    Replies: @Rod1963, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    The people you cite are hacks for dead tree publications(NYT, TNR)that are all on life support by sugar daddy billionaire globalists.

    Young people don’t read them, only old guys in their late 50’s do.

    FoxNews isn’t much better, as the average viewer can enroll in AARP.

    All of them are becoming irrelevant.

  56. ” For example, the Dems’ House leader Nancy Pelosi will be 78 next month. Jerry Brown will turn 80 in April. Senator Diane Feinstein is running for a sixth term in 2018, when she will be 85 on election day.”

    Looks like 1980’s Soviet Politburo. Maybe New Dealism will suffer the same fate.

  57. Oh ffs.
    Aren’t the Dens even going to TRY to run someone ordinary voters can support?

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Rosamond Vincy

    they have no one, literally no one that trolls can't destroy. Russian trolls, American ones, Brazilians, Serbians, angry Swedish Trolls (haha) ....diversity is our strength until it destroys you...haha...Liberals have unleashed all the Crackens of their worst dreams.

    American liberals and Democrats have no conception of how much they are hated. I warned 2 years ago: don't condescend to people who are trying to make ends meet in Ohio or something: not one privileged, white liberal listened...sadly, even my friends ( I have been sooooo unfriended, btw!)...but...I don't give a shit anymore - I'm on the Right Side of History!!! haha! I have always been on the side of Right. I think my grandpa just sent me a shooting star full of chocolates, btw! Haha

    , @CCZ
    @Rosamond Vincy

    http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2018/02/cory_booker_making_moves_sheneman_cartoon.html


    SNARK!!

  58. A pathetic old man. The DNC is desperate..they are just as much, getting rich off of the War Machine. And, Millennials will vote for Red Gerard before they vote for Joe, Kamala (means awful in Finnish, btw) Elizabeth, Corey, etc. They are are ALL, tainted bc: Russia…more importantly: Uranium deal that keeps them up at night. these last few nights – a shit-ton of people in DC made money off of this deal – how do you think they pay for those private schools for their progeny?? The Millennial hackers are also, on their tails…or their kids ‘ tails. Someone’s gonna pay. And, the future will be “Grand Theft Auto.”

  59. Oh Democrats, please nominate him!

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Buzz Mohawk

    He has no charisma. He is kolkko in Finnish. Plus, the Millennials hate old people...they really do...unless it's their actual grandparent...or scary shit, parents ! :) !

    , @larry lurker
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Fun fact: you can use the audible electrical interference in the last two videos to help determine where they were originally recorded, since different countries have different utility frequencies. (In the Americas it's 60 Hz; in most of the rest of the world it's 50 Hz.)

    Using this sophisticated method of analysis, I can tell you that those videos were likely recorded in the Americas. Or possibly Saudi Arabia.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  60. @Rosamond Vincy
    Oh ffs.
    Aren't the Dens even going to TRY to run someone ordinary voters can support?

    Replies: @Lagertha, @CCZ

    they have no one, literally no one that trolls can’t destroy. Russian trolls, American ones, Brazilians, Serbians, angry Swedish Trolls (haha) ….diversity is our strength until it destroys you…haha…Liberals have unleashed all the Crackens of their worst dreams.

    American liberals and Democrats have no conception of how much they are hated. I warned 2 years ago: don’t condescend to people who are trying to make ends meet in Ohio or something: not one privileged, white liberal listened…sadly, even my friends ( I have been sooooo unfriended, btw!)…but…I don’t give a shit anymore – I’m on the Right Side of History!!! haha! I have always been on the side of Right. I think my grandpa just sent me a shooting star full of chocolates, btw! Haha

  61. AnonFromTN [AKA "Anon"] says:

    Anon from TN
    A simple explanation why the US was so eager to bring “democracy” to Ukraine: Joe Biden’s son, discharged from the US Army for drug use, landed himself a sinecure with Ukrainian oil/gas company Burisma:
    http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-echochambers-27403003
    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/09/world/europe/corruption-ukraine-joe-biden-son-hunter-biden-ties.html
    And many other websites.
    So, does Biden need another job for his junkie son? Did Ukrainian Burisma collapse or fire him now that Biden became a nobody?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @AnonFromTN

    His son died of brain cancer.

    Replies: @donut, @AnonFromTN

  62. I think it’s a particular instance of a general phenomenon: the baby boomers refuse to retire.

    • Agree: Autochthon
  63. Please let Biden run, the kiddie sniffing stuff is a meme factory

  64. @Buzz Mohawk
    Oh Democrats, please nominate him!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqXDe-XJpvk

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Rkoqglq9dU

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

    Replies: @Lagertha, @larry lurker

    He has no charisma. He is kolkko in Finnish. Plus, the Millennials hate old people…they really do…unless it’s their actual grandparent…or scary shit, parents ! 🙂 !

  65. @Buffalo Joe
    Well, "Uncle Joe" will have to dispose of "Grandma Hillary" and the youngsters, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsome and Andrew Cuomo who all stand in his way. I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can't imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78. However, say what you will, but old farts Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well, but California is different than the rest of the states.

    Replies: @Ivy, @Joe Sweet, @bomag, @athEIst


    I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can’t imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78.

    Well I don’t know, Joe. I’m not saying those old senators drink the blood of babies in satanic rituals or anything like that, but I would bet that you do not, so that could explain why you don’t have the energy to be president while some folks, who are even a bit older than you, do.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Joe Sweet

    Getting injections of the blood of young people is becoming a thing nowadays. It does actually improve your physical condition.

  66. @D. K.
    @anony-mouse

    Ronald Reagan was too old to be president, and showed signs of dementia while still in office (e.g., not being able to recognize the names of some of his own cabinet secretaries, while he was testifying in a civil trial), but he did not turn 78 until 17 days after his eight-year-long presidency had ended. Joe Biden would turn 78 before he even began his presidency. All of the others listed by Steve as being elderly Democratic officeholders are even older than Joe Biden. President Eisenhower publicly opined that the presidency is no place for a seventy-year-old man. Ike was right.

    Replies: @JerryC, @Aristippus, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Rod1963, @bomag

    Presidents ideally should be in their 40s, 50s, and lower 60s. It’s a ridiculously hard job and just comparing the before and after pictures of office holders proves it. There’s a meme about a hypothetical Bernie Sanders presidency that shows before and after office. The after is the Crypt Keeper.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Aristippus


    It’s a ridiculously hard job
     
    Obama doesn't seem to have raised a sweat at the job. If anything he gave the impression of being bored by it.

    Replies: @Meretricious

    , @Cato
    @Aristippus

    The job is simply too big for a human. Time we should allocate most of its functions to computers or committees.

  67. @Ivy
    @Buffalo Joe

    Joe,
    This Californian is waiting for those old Dems to just retire and move off the stage already. At least Brown has announced that, with the 60 Minutes TV tour of his ranch. Maybe Pelosi can bunk there and take the others with her.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Lagertha

    as my mother is dying (she is the same age as Pelosi), my mother is much more lucid and can talk about policy ( with me, duh) that Nancy can’t anymore (she is too mixed up)- my mother never stammers and spaces-out like Nancy does…and she, my mommy, never speaks ungrammatically…in four languages! … yeah, baby!

    I have spent a lot of time with very old people these past 10 years ( I was the youngest child from an enormous extended family) and, I can say, that one’s acumen and patience diminishes as the years go by…certainly by 78-83. So, if the Dems think they should usher in old guys (Trump is old as well, get that) to win the Presidential election, well, go for it. “Diverse” trolls, however, following their family members forever, is not worth it. Trolls can win.

  68. Don’t forget that Biden probably has a much higher IQ than you do, what with being the only student in his law school class with a full academic scholarship and and graduating in the top half.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Charles Littlewood

    Ha ha. Are you alluding to this?

    http://articles.latimes.com/1987-09-21/news/mn-6104_1_law-school

    Replies: @Meretricious

  69. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    Replies: @Kaz, @DCThrowback, @Busby, @Reg Cæsar, @Henry's Cat, @englishmike, @MB

    I would leave home on a cold November day to vote for his opponent.

    Biden is a small minded bully.

  70. White Democrats either don’t mind being ruled by non-whites or are confident in their ability to keep getting elected/appointed in electoral slots and getting hired in various federal departments and nonprofits (plus think tanks).

    Despite Gavin Newsome having raised much more money than Villagrosa in California, he is not that far ahead despite his name recognition and photogenic looks. I wonder if some name White Democrat loses to a non-white radical liberal in a electoral-vote rich state, would this alert white Dems that these foreigners would prefer rulers who look like them?

    I’ve thought to myself that white lefties think the assorted non-whited see them as the penultimate anti-racist group, and thus will trust them rather than each other (ex. A Muslim voting for a white open borders lefty rather than a liberal Asian or Hispanic). Our grandchildren will see how this unfolds unless we reform immigration soon.

    Our rulers have made the future here an uncertain thing. I’d rather our future be as predictable and boring like Japan’s.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @notice

    "White Democrats either don’t mind being ruled by non-whites"

    They don't mind being ruled over by Nonwhites. A Black Muslim Democrat Keith Ellison represents a majority White Liberal district in Minnesota.

    You would think what the hell do Black Muslims and Godless White Liberals who are not remotely religious have in common with each other ? It's the enemy of my enemy is my friend mentality.

    The Coalition Of The Fringes is able to unite Atheists and the most hardcore Allahu Akbar Islamic religious nutjobs.

  71. Q: 78? What took him so long to run?

    A: He was Biden his time.

    • LOL: Hibernian
    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Anonym


    Q: 78? What took him so long to run?

    A: He was Biden his time.
     

    That's pretty good.
  72. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    Replies: @Kaz, @DCThrowback, @Busby, @Reg Cæsar, @Henry's Cat, @englishmike, @MB

    On the other hand, he will ensure that his party will get at least six electors– his state’s and DC’s.

  73. Anonymous [AKA "yigeduandiren"] says:

    OT: Vox has managed to work the promotion for Black Panther into every one of it’s outlets:

    https://www.eater.com/2018/2/16/17020564/black-panther-food-wakanda

    They are staying on message. Also, the writer says Indy is super racist, but avoids actually stating that the scene is false. I have personally been to two different restaurants that served monkey brains from live monkeys. The first time I was too poor, and the second time I was with a friend who got upset about it. But I have eaten sashimi cut from a live fish, so I guess that makes me racist too 🙁

  74. @anony-mouse
    You sure this is the best place to ridicule old white politically-oriented men?

    Anyhow this guy:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoPu1UIBkBc

    Replies: @Jake, @D. K., @AndrewR, @L Woods, @Buzz Mohawk

    I remember Ronald Reagan. I campaigned door-to-door for Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan was my candidate. Sir, Joe Biden is no Ronald Reagan.

    Anyway, Reagan was 69, just about to turn 70, when he took office. He was about to turn 78 when he finished — the age Biden would be upon entering office.

    I do wish the Democrat party would nominate Crazy Joe, but that won’t happen. They simply must select a non-white female. Their anti-white, feminist identity politics demands it. They are all-in now and alienating more and more white American citizens.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I agree--Kamala Harris is good and stupid that with a perfect combo of affirmative action savoir faire and street cred--just like the disaster aka Barry. WRT Biden being too old--dude doesn't look his age--he could be their horse--he's much smarter than Harris, and he'd show it in debates

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson

    , @Anon7
    @Buzz Mohawk

    No doubt, can’t wait to see their brown woman presidential pick.

    The question, though, is this: should they pick a white male as VP just to emphasize that whites (and especially men) are now the subordinate caste in America? Or maybe a gay white male, just to emphasize the absence of cishet white guys?

    It’s all about the optics, you know.

    On this site, we tend to forget that it could totally work. I just came back from a Big Ten basketball game in which the starting five players on both teams were black, and all the cheerleaders and all the school spirit dancers were white, and the paying audience was 99% white people.

    Replies: @Hibernian, @ScarletNumber

  75. @Buffalo Joe
    Well, "Uncle Joe" will have to dispose of "Grandma Hillary" and the youngsters, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsome and Andrew Cuomo who all stand in his way. I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can't imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78. However, say what you will, but old farts Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well, but California is different than the rest of the states.

    Replies: @Ivy, @Joe Sweet, @bomag, @athEIst

    Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well

    Dunno. “There’s a lot of ruin in the State”; they don’t seem much better than Illinois politicians, they just have wealthier companies around to cover the decline.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @bomag

    Bo, I maybe wrong, but when I read the LA Times, Sacramento Bee and San Fran Chronicle on-line it seems that the four mentioned elected officials can do no wrong. But of course , the news sources lean waaaay left.Bo, I maybe wrong, but when I read the LA Times, Sacramento Bee and San Fran Chronicle on-line it seems that the four mentioned elected officials can do no wrong. But of course , the news sources lean waaaay left.

    , @MBlanc46
    @bomag

    As much as I loathe them all, they’re all streets ahead of, say, Pat Quinn.

  76. @Rosamond Vincy
    Oh ffs.
    Aren't the Dens even going to TRY to run someone ordinary voters can support?

    Replies: @Lagertha, @CCZ

  77. Trump would make Biden his little bitch–“Here, Little Bitch–fetch”

    I need some good political theater–please, Joe, run!

  78. Will he be still alive in 2020? The big weakness in the Dems is they have not mentored a younger generation. They are the party of the senile old men.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    @flyingtiger

    Oh, knock it off with the "senile" bit. He may be the oldest to ever run, but that doesn't make him senile. People live longer than ever now. It's a cop-out to attribute a difference of opinion to "senility".

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

  79. Anonymous [AKA "Pseudonymic Handel"] says:

    His opponent only needs to play that creepy video of Biden whispering luridly to that little blond girl and zoom in on her facial expression. Trumpslide 2020!

  80. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    I think Biden wants it knowing that he’ll die in office, but as far as he’s concerned, that’s fine if he hands the job over to someone else part-way though, because at least he will have had it for a while. The presidency is his lifelong goal. Half a glass is better than an empty glass to him.

    Hillary no doubt thinks the same way. There’s no way she’ll let Biden get the nomination if she can take it away from him.

    • Replies: @englishmike
    @Anon


    Hillary no doubt thinks the same way. There’s no way she’ll let Biden get the nomination if she can take it away from him.
     
    Oh great! - "The Clash of the Dinosaurs".
  81. Do the Democrats have a shortage of white politicians below 70?

    Gillibrand. Cuomo. But they won’t be the Prez nominee IMHO. (Nor VP for G if Kamala gets top spot: she might want another Biden/Kaine — FL Senator Nelson, if he wins this year, or Sherrod Brown, or Murphy of CT who is always going on about guns).

    Cryin’ Chuck is only 67: been in Congress since he was 30. Not a 2020 aspirant.

    Pocahantas will be 71 in 2020.

    Zuckerberg?

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Noah172

    Noah, NY State republicans are already digging dirt on Cuomo. His top henchman is currently on trial.Noah, NY State republicans are already digging dirt on Cuomo. His top henchman is currently on trial.

    Replies: @Meretricious

  82. Biden is reportedly considering the campaign slogan: “Joe Is the One and Only: A Democrat and a Normal White Guy.”

    Very funny. White Christian hetero Biden has zero chance for the nomination. How could he possible not know this. Perhaps he is being groomed to be the next stalking horse for a more vibrant candidate. His assignment; keep the Bernie Bros on the reservation.

  83. Uncle Joe “Wandering Hands” Biden’s proposed candidacy and political career will last about another week, in the current climate. He’s on thin ice, and about to fall through it.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/video/politics/biden-questions-anita-hill-during-thomas-clarence-confirmation-hearing/2017/11/21/75e0b742-ceed-11e7-a87b-47f14b73162a_video.html?utm_term=.1d1c18e08e67

  84. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    After being Veep, Biden must have massive Obama envy. He saw Obama watch ESPN for 8 years and and be a lazy slug, letting the bureaucracy run things except for giving the occasional direction, and now doubt Biden is thinking, “Yeah, I can do that. The presidency’s a great retirement hobby. It beats being a watchbird at some old folk’s home.”

    He also saw the press flatter Obama grossly for 8 years, and I’m sure he wants that, too. He doesn’t realize the press only did it so they could pat each other on the back for being Goodwhites, and they don’t award SJW brownie points for flattering a white male. They’d be more inclined to jump on him for his foibles and complain the president should be someone of color.

  85. @Buzz Mohawk
    @anony-mouse

    I remember Ronald Reagan. I campaigned door-to-door for Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan was my candidate. Sir, Joe Biden is no Ronald Reagan.

    Anyway, Reagan was 69, just about to turn 70, when he took office. He was about to turn 78 when he finished -- the age Biden would be upon entering office.

    I do wish the Democrat party would nominate Crazy Joe, but that won't happen. They simply must select a non-white female. Their anti-white, feminist identity politics demands it. They are all-in now and alienating more and more white American citizens.

    Replies: @Meretricious, @Anon7

    I agree–Kamala Harris is good and stupid that with a perfect combo of affirmative action savoir faire and street cred–just like the disaster aka Barry. WRT Biden being too old–dude doesn’t look his age–he could be their horse–he’s much smarter than Harris, and he’d show it in debates

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Meretricious

    If the Dumbocrats are smart, they'll run Tulsi Gabbard. In many ways, she represents the Dumb coalition: female, "diverse" [albeit representative of a very tiny ethnic group] and young. Unlike Harris, she's actually somewhat physically attractive. She's also a military vet and has openly spoken out against neocon policies. Hell, that last part alone would earn her my vote. Trump kind of campaigned as the anti-neocon candidate but seems to have forgotten about all that over the last year. Maybe the same would happen to Gabbard, sadly.

    , @Jefferson
    @Meretricious

    "WRT Biden being too old–dude doesn’t look his age"

    Joe Biden does look his age. That's what a very old man looks like. Nobody would ever mistake him for being in the same age bracket as Scott Baio for example.

  86. I hereby officially proclaim (and may misery rain down upon me should I prove wrong – ha! just fooling; I am already miserable, in part because of evil politicians in Mexinchifornia…): Kamala Harris is your nominee for president in 2020 against Donald Trump. Mark my words, Jack (the one who likes to babble about who did or didn’t predict this or that as if it dictates the validity of assessments of the current circumstances).

    Oh, and, not for nothing: Does this Amy Vilela lady’s prodigious endowment violate campaign finance laws…?

    Meh. Politicians. Let is all burn. Immortan Joe / Lord Humungus 2020!

  87. Let me be the first to predict that Hillary Clinton will seek and probably win nomination in 2020. Who else do they have? Yes, she’ll be 74 but so will Trump. Already Hillary is hearing a little voice saying “You didn’t lose you won. It was that damn Donna Brazil not spending any money on those deplorables in MI, WI, PA,& OH. Next time they will return to the fold”. The voice will become louder, The Democrats are just crazy enough to do this.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    @athEIst

    The people funding the Democratic party are the ones with real the problem. Part of the reason old folks like Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Hillary Clinton, are so good at raising money is that they are not the brown undertow that is coming behind them.

    Once the Democratic party becomes explicitly non-white (we are almost there), it will be much harder for any white liberals or anyone with pretensions of wealth or upward mobility to support them. Jews have been very good at playing both sides of the fence but the country is dividing up into two camps and they will have to choose which side they are on. Once the Democrats officially take up the cause of Palestine, half to three quarters of the money that has been funneled into the Democrats will simply evaporate.

    The biggest takeaway of the Donna Brazile book revelations was that it was essential Hillary Clinton lock up the DNC hierarchy before the race began in order to insure the mega-donors that none of their contributions would ever go to the rabble. To get around the campaign contribution limits, her wealthy funders had to donate to the DNC but they could not risk the likes of Bernie Sanders or Keith Ellison would ever get their hands on it. So the fix had to be in. The super elite upper crust was able to safely fund her war chest. Once the the old guard dies off, all that money is going to mob that the Democratic party will become.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat

  88. @D. K.
    @anony-mouse

    Ronald Reagan was too old to be president, and showed signs of dementia while still in office (e.g., not being able to recognize the names of some of his own cabinet secretaries, while he was testifying in a civil trial), but he did not turn 78 until 17 days after his eight-year-long presidency had ended. Joe Biden would turn 78 before he even began his presidency. All of the others listed by Steve as being elderly Democratic officeholders are even older than Joe Biden. President Eisenhower publicly opined that the presidency is no place for a seventy-year-old man. Ike was right.

    Replies: @JerryC, @Aristippus, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Rod1963, @bomag

    Thanks for offering the Democrat talking points circa 1984. Your allegiance to a failed ideology ensures that we can predict your errors before you post.

    Without you, what would we do for entertainment?

  89. @Bill P
    This isn't just a problem in politics. Look at media and academia, where there has been a concerted effort to marginalize straight white males of Christian heritage born after 1965 or so since at least the late 80s.

    The only younger white guys who make it big now are sycophants like Ross Douthat and Rod Dreher or sociopaths who hate their own kind like Kevin Williamson. The rest of us have been banished from the "conversation."

    On the positive side, this creates an enormous vacuum that can and will be filled by those with a decidedly different agenda. Unfortunately, it's going to be a big struggle for most of us to find the time and funds to make ourselves heard, but we'll get there eventually.

    Replies: @Rod1963, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    sociopaths who hate their own kind like Kevin Williamson

    So are you claiming Williamson hates black people or homosexuals?

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    So are you claiming Williamson hates black people or homosexuals?
     
    I presumed the former since I did not know he was gay.
  90. @Reg Cæsar

    Senator Diane Feinstein
     
    Two Ns, as with Michele Bachmann.

    She's been a senatrix (senatrice?) since 1992. The last male senators elected from the California Republic were Pete Wilson and Alan Cranston. Cranston died in the last century.

    Californians missed S. I. Hayakawa, who passed away in early 1992. To honor him, that November they elected two JAPs to the US Senate.

    Replies: @Stan Adams, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Okay, Jewish Princesses have privilege among Demoncrats. So what’s your point?

  91. What’s not to like about old Plagiarizin’ Joe Biden:

    His “inventiveness” with his own personal history, as Buzz Mohawk as pointed out?

    That weird inattentiveness to other people’s personal space that has come to characterize
    Creepy Uncle Joe

    His sound advice on firearms and personal defence: Buy a Shotgun

    Or is strange capacity, simultaneously, of mixing situational-awareness with situational unawareness:

    Biden Praises Jews – Goes Too Far

    And I’m sure that Ol’ Gropin’ Joe – the Pericles of Dover – will only get better with age, as the dementia and elderly Tourrettes’ set in.

  92. @Buffalo Joe
    Well, "Uncle Joe" will have to dispose of "Grandma Hillary" and the youngsters, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsome and Andrew Cuomo who all stand in his way. I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can't imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78. However, say what you will, but old farts Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well, but California is different than the rest of the states.

    Replies: @Ivy, @Joe Sweet, @bomag, @athEIst

    Feinstein

    Didn’t we elect her Senator for life in 2012? Will she still be as greedy when she’s 91! Are Mrs. Blum(and hubby) billionaires yet? I guess it is well hidden!

  93. New Democratic Party slogan:

    The New Deal…………………on Steroids Geritol!

    • Agree: fish
  94. Biden is connected enough to know he’s got less chance of being nominated by the Dems than Pat Buchanon. So he’s just angling for some payout for himself and his family. Some paid position for his clan to go away. That’s all that is.

    But that’s the point in Democratic politics. They have no Straight White men under 70. That is in fact deliberate — a party oriented on anti-White male sentiment will not have White male leaders. There is a social civil war going on that is reflected in the politics all across the West. White women just won’t tolerate beta White males anymore, and probably not even pseudo Alphas like Bill Clinton (compare/contrast the women Trump pulled and is rumored to have pulled with Hillary! and Monica Lewinsky). [Rolling a fat one indeed.]

    The most likely candidates are Kamala Harris, Corey Booker (Obama Part Deux — a light skinned mulatto with a hatred of Whites and a poorly closeted past), Jay-Z (seriously, rumor has it he might be running), and possibly Oprah (despite her denials there will be many in Hollywood and the media urging her to run). Any one of these and particularly Jay Z and Oprah could create massive Black turnout and White female turnout (and their male supplicators) to get an Obama like victory. Particularly with illegals voting early and often to get Whitey.

    Rather than being a weakness, anti-White stuff is a strength. As it plays to White women who are very much on board with the anti White train (they go with whoever postures the most and dominates the media) and Upper Class Whites who would rather drown those in the Lower Classes with foreigners and non-Whites as part of the Globalist would-be Baronial classes. Neo Feudalism indeed. Its why there are really no White men left in media, entertainment, particularly and especially television, books, the universities, etc.

    And the lack of White men is why we don’t go to the moon any more, don’t have flying cars, etc. Oprah is good at browbeating Whitey and Jay Z real good at shooting his brother, but neither is good at building technology. For that you need White men and the nerdier and more repellent to women the better.

    BUT, the current system of decline suits would be feudalists fine. The Brown family may not be collecting peasants taxes and judging and fining them but has embedded itself quite nicely into the state and federal bureaucracy and the Biden family has the equivalent of a castle on the Rhine collecting tolls — they all are burrowed deep into the federal regulatory state extracting the equivalent of rents from peasants.

    Need I remind anyone that women LOVE LOVE LOVE feudalism and a few brutal princes with the rest all peasants. Makes the Alpha easier to spot.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Whiskey

    You still don't know how to spell "Buchanan". Do you ever even read replies to your postings, or are you just a damned bot?

    As to the rest of your post - I didn't bother to read it - as indeed I don't bother to read any of the drivel you routinely post. TS:DR

    Replies: @Lurker, @Whiskey

    , @JSM
    @Whiskey

    Whiskers, you are SO FULL OF IT.

    White Married Women (61.4%) voted for Trump in HIGHER percentages than Single White Men (59%).


    http://anepigone.blogspot.com/2017/03/detailed-demographic-breakdown-of-2016.html

    The problem is BLACK women and SINGLE women.

    I don't wanna hear ONE MORE word about da White Womenz.

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Whiskey


    White women just won't tolerate beta White males anymore, and probably not even pseudo Alphas like Bill Clinton
     
    Oh come on, you don't know any women at all. Projecting from the one woman that jilted you decades ago says nothing about what white women will, or will not, tolerate. Only AndrewR believes your projections.
  95. @Buzz Mohawk
    Oh Democrats, please nominate him!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqXDe-XJpvk

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Rkoqglq9dU

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

    Replies: @Lagertha, @larry lurker

    Fun fact: you can use the audible electrical interference in the last two videos to help determine where they were originally recorded, since different countries have different utility frequencies. (In the Americas it’s 60 Hz; in most of the rest of the world it’s 50 Hz.)

    Using this sophisticated method of analysis, I can tell you that those videos were likely recorded in the Americas. Or possibly Saudi Arabia.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @larry lurker

    Part of Japan is also 60 Hz, the other part 50.

    You will also find 60 Hz power on some American bases overseas.

    Historical fact: At one time part of California was 50 Hz. They converted before WWII and they had to replace all the clocks and the entire guts of all the Hammond organs, among other things.

    Buffalo, NY, parts of Canada on the east and west ends of the country, and a little of the Pacific Northwest, along with a few people in Pennsylvania and other odd places, had 25 Hz power, in Canada up until the sixties. 25 Hz power was used by the railroads and was preferred for hydroelectric generation.

    Replies: @Jack D

  96. Similar dynamic as the CEO endorsing affirmative action.

    He’s got his job and pays no cost for his decision.

    At least until profits slide.

  97. not really sure what the deal is with Biden since he is legitimately not smart (by daily life standards, not “leader of the free world” standards) but he does have something–something that doesn’t translate on tv or in writing.

    The reason he’s run for President so many times is that he is weirdly, genuinely popular with insiders–and I don’t just mean in a corrupt way but with true believers doing the grunt work for the party. I was one of the people least surprised Obama picked Biden because I’d already had the chance to be surprised when I visited my 22 year old campaign worker friend in Iowa. My friend was working for a non-obama, non-biden candidate, and both he and the other staffer in his office traded stories about how awesome Joe Biden was at some unimportant fundraiser or policy conference or whatever. They were so enthusiastic about this seemingly out of touch loser that I had to express my surprise, and they both told me that its an uncontroversial fact that everyone in the party loves Biden .

    • Replies: @larry lurker
    @anonymouslee

    Good people skills, maybe? A close relative interviewed Biden in the 70's and when they met again at a Democratic event in 2008, Biden remembered the interview and was able to recall - without prompting - the restaurant where they'd had lunch.

    (I should add that this relative is male...)

    Replies: @anonymouslee

    , @EdwardM
    @anonymouslee

    Biden was always my favorite Democrat, low as that bar may be. I think he is charismatic and brings a certain adulthood, or gravitas, sorely lacking in the party in my lifetime. He was also somewhat hawkish on foreign affairs in the '80s, generally not on the soft-on-Soviet bandwagon like many other D senators. And there are his "gaffes" -- i.e., candor that gives him a certain charm.

    Though I agree with those who think that there is no way that they will nominate a white male ever again. That probably goes for both positions on the ticket.

  98. @DCThrowback
    @Jonathan Mason

    And you haven't even gotten to the Biden groping / dropping the towel allegations OR his family's dealings in Ukraine.

    The good news about any of these establishment pols is they wouldn't be where they are in the political orbit if they weren't totally compromised (an unmentioned fact that Trump leveraged to the hilt in every debate he was in).

    In fact, the more compromised you are, the more likely you are seated on some intelligence committee, as you likely know what the score is, but because the Israelis have some phone taps with you on the phone with a live boy (or dead girl), 'tis better to just let them fix your primaries for you (right LINDSEY!?).

    Replies: @Ivy, @ben tillman

    And you haven’t even gotten to the Biden groping / dropping the towel allegations OR his family’s dealings in Ukraine.

    Isn’t it amazing that the Democrats can’t find anyone less personally sleazy than Trump?

  99. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Bill P


    sociopaths who hate their own kind like Kevin Williamson
     
    So are you claiming Williamson hates black people or homosexuals?

    Replies: @ben tillman

    So are you claiming Williamson hates black people or homosexuals?

    I presumed the former since I did not know he was gay.

  100. @Charles Littlewood
    Don’t forget that Biden probably has a much higher IQ than you do, what with being the only student in his law school class with a full academic scholarship and and graduating in the top half.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    • Replies: @Meretricious
    @ben tillman

    who cares how well Biden did at Syracuse? at least we can presume that he was meritocratically admitted.

    Replies: @Charles Littlewood

  101. @AnonFromTN
    Anon from TN
    A simple explanation why the US was so eager to bring “democracy” to Ukraine: Joe Biden’s son, discharged from the US Army for drug use, landed himself a sinecure with Ukrainian oil/gas company Burisma:
    http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-echochambers-27403003
    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/09/world/europe/corruption-ukraine-joe-biden-son-hunter-biden-ties.html
    And many other websites.
    So, does Biden need another job for his junkie son? Did Ukrainian Burisma collapse or fire him now that Biden became a nobody?

    Replies: @J.Ross

    His son died of brain cancer.

    • Replies: @donut
    @J.Ross

    He had a brain ?

    , @AnonFromTN
    @J.Ross

    Anon from TN
    For those who don’t know and are too lazy to Google: Joe Biden had two sons. The older one, Beau, died of brain cancer in 2015. The younger one, Hunter, got a position on the board of Burisma.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  102. @Anonym
    Q: 78? What took him so long to run?

    A: He was Biden his time.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Q: 78? What took him so long to run?

    A: He was Biden his time.

    That’s pretty good.

  103. @D. K.
    @anony-mouse

    Ronald Reagan was too old to be president, and showed signs of dementia while still in office (e.g., not being able to recognize the names of some of his own cabinet secretaries, while he was testifying in a civil trial), but he did not turn 78 until 17 days after his eight-year-long presidency had ended. Joe Biden would turn 78 before he even began his presidency. All of the others listed by Steve as being elderly Democratic officeholders are even older than Joe Biden. President Eisenhower publicly opined that the presidency is no place for a seventy-year-old man. Ike was right.

    Replies: @JerryC, @Aristippus, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Rod1963, @bomag

    Our political system resembles the the Soviet system more and more. To get to the top you have to hold a series of offices over many decades before TPTB approve you for the big offices. By the time they get there they are already sick and mentally infirm. They need to rely on a massive staff of courtiers to make any decision.

    Even when terminally ill, enfeebled or are taking Alzheimer’s medicine respectivelyL McCain, Feinstein and Pelosi. They don’t quit. These people will die in office or a hospital bed.

    The MSM goes out of it’s way to keep the public in the dark to true extent of many politicians physical or mental infirmities. For example they won’t show senators in wheel chairs, rascals or when they show up for work with a nurse.

    It’s a far cry from the old British Imperial or Roman system where some young man in his mid-20’s to early 30’s can make to the top of the heap either politically or militarily. So the Empire had men, physically and mentally at the top of their game making decisions. Not people who wear depends.

    • Agree: Antlitz Grollheim
  104. @ben tillman
    @Charles Littlewood

    Ha ha. Are you alluding to this?

    http://articles.latimes.com/1987-09-21/news/mn-6104_1_law-school

    Replies: @Meretricious

    who cares how well Biden did at Syracuse? at least we can presume that he was meritocratically admitted.

    • Replies: @Charles Littlewood
    @Meretricious

    It’s not how Joe got into or did in law school, it’s the preposterous bullshitting about his high IQ.

  105. @Joe Sweet
    @Buffalo Joe


    I am now 72 and while in decent shape, walk between two and three miles most days, I can’t imagine having the stamina to perform the duties of POTUS starting at age 78.

    Well I don’t know, Joe. I’m not saying those old senators drink the blood of babies in satanic rituals or anything like that, but I would bet that you do not, so that could explain why you don’t have the energy to be president while some folks, who are even a bit older than you, do.

    Replies: @Anon

    Getting injections of the blood of young people is becoming a thing nowadays. It does actually improve your physical condition.

  106. At this rate, in 2024 a spry Senator (R-UT) Mitt Romney at age 76 can once again run for President. All he’d have to hope for is that he wouldn’t be running vs. a Native American or a woman. Hope springs eternal and the third time could very well be the charm.

  107. Say it ain’t so, Joe; say it ain’t so.

  108. Scientists Have Determined What the President of the United States Will Look Like in the Future

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I don't agree with her politics, but she is way more easy on the eyes than Hillary Clinton. Kamala Harris would be the sexiest POTUS of all time.

    Replies: @CJ

    , @Highlander
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Right you are. When I saw upper middle class white women driving around in their Priuses with Obama stickers on their bumpers in 2015 I knew in my bones he was going to be nominated. All the same sort of folks are already on board for Kamala already and unlike Obama she also has the Democratic establishment money behind her. It's a done deal.

    Replies: @Highlander, @Ozymandias

  109. @anonymouslee
    not really sure what the deal is with Biden since he is legitimately not smart (by daily life standards, not "leader of the free world" standards) but he does have something--something that doesn't translate on tv or in writing.

    The reason he's run for President so many times is that he is weirdly, genuinely popular with insiders--and I don't just mean in a corrupt way but with true believers doing the grunt work for the party. I was one of the people least surprised Obama picked Biden because I'd already had the chance to be surprised when I visited my 22 year old campaign worker friend in Iowa. My friend was working for a non-obama, non-biden candidate, and both he and the other staffer in his office traded stories about how awesome Joe Biden was at some unimportant fundraiser or policy conference or whatever. They were so enthusiastic about this seemingly out of touch loser that I had to express my surprise, and they both told me that its an uncontroversial fact that everyone in the party loves Biden .

    Replies: @larry lurker, @EdwardM

    Good people skills, maybe? A close relative interviewed Biden in the 70’s and when they met again at a Democratic event in 2008, Biden remembered the interview and was able to recall – without prompting – the restaurant where they’d had lunch.

    (I should add that this relative is male…)

    • Replies: @anonymouslee
    @larry lurker

    Yeah, maybe he had a lot of energy and really did like the rinky dink fundraisers and meetings and really did make unimportant people feel like they were part of the team (in a way that Hillary Clinton couldn't fake--under Empress Hillary your loyalty would be to one of her capos who did pretend to care about you). I got the impression he gave off a "fighter" and guy's guy vibe--as opposed to sanctimony or grandiosity--the exact kind of shtick you'd want to build esprit de corps with the 20-something nobodies.

    My guess is Obama was tossing around ideas for someone who couldn't try to upstage him, and the "room" of young campaign people gave some vigorous support to crazy uncle Joe, the sitting senator who had pulled them aside for a personal chat and who, after asking them which of the coeds they were sleeping with, made an inappropriate joke about finishing what the VC started with the biggest asshole in the senate

    Joe is probably also the guy who tells you a little corruption is part of the game and not to feel bad because we're here to beat the real villains on the other team before going home and sleeping like babies in our nice new homes.

  110. Hadn’t seen this one. Would Trump have the balls to feature clips like this in one of his ads in 2020?

  111. @athEIst
    Let me be the first to predict that Hillary Clinton will seek and probably win nomination in 2020. Who else do they have? Yes, she'll be 74 but so will Trump. Already Hillary is hearing a little voice saying "You didn't lose you won. It was that damn Donna Brazil not spending any money on those deplorables in MI, WI, PA,& OH. Next time they will return to the fold". The voice will become louder, The Democrats are just crazy enough to do this.

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    The people funding the Democratic party are the ones with real the problem. Part of the reason old folks like Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Hillary Clinton, are so good at raising money is that they are not the brown undertow that is coming behind them.

    Once the Democratic party becomes explicitly non-white (we are almost there), it will be much harder for any white liberals or anyone with pretensions of wealth or upward mobility to support them. Jews have been very good at playing both sides of the fence but the country is dividing up into two camps and they will have to choose which side they are on. Once the Democrats officially take up the cause of Palestine, half to three quarters of the money that has been funneled into the Democrats will simply evaporate.

    The biggest takeaway of the Donna Brazile book revelations was that it was essential Hillary Clinton lock up the DNC hierarchy before the race began in order to insure the mega-donors that none of their contributions would ever go to the rabble. To get around the campaign contribution limits, her wealthy funders had to donate to the DNC but they could not risk the likes of Bernie Sanders or Keith Ellison would ever get their hands on it. So the fix had to be in. The super elite upper crust was able to safely fund her war chest. Once the the old guard dies off, all that money is going to mob that the Democratic party will become.

    • Replies: @Henry's Cat
    @Prof. Woland

    I don't foresee the Democrats officially taking up, as you put it, the cause of Palestine, because I simply don't think it's that big an issue for blacks and Hispanics, but I doubt even that would be a dealbreaker.

  112. @Alfa158
    I’m baffled why no one in the Democratic Party seems to have the rudimentary intelligence to get Kirsten Gillibrand to run. She has by far the best chance of beating Trump. Good looking, relatively young, another woman to break that glass ceiling, straight right down the middle Democratic Party line on all issues, experience as a US Senator. Instead they are tinkering with guaranteed losers like the angry mystery meat Willie Brown girlfriend from California , the gay Black guy from New Jersey and the ancient, TV weatherman looking non-entity from Delaware.
    If I was in charge of their party I would do anything I had to to make her run. Kidnap her kids and hold them hostage to a Presidential run, if that is what it takes. And I thought the Republicans were supposed to be the stupid party. Maybe the self lobotimization necessary to be in the Left has worked itself up through their ranks?

    Replies: @unpc downunder, @S. Anonyia, @ScarletNumber

    Yes, they don’t need to double down on the identity politics because Trump is so politically incorrect. He’s created more space for the Dems to run a moderate white candidate. All they need is someone who is to the left of Trump on taxes and cultural issues, and who is reasonably diplomatic in talking to the media.

    However, it may take more than one election defeat for the Dems to fully digest Trump’s effect on the Overton window.

    • Replies: @Busby
    @unpc downunder

    In 2020, Trump will declare his presidency the most awesomest in history and decline to run for a second term. Like Seinfeld, he will leave 'em wanting more.

    Replies: @Autochthon

  113. @Tiny Duck
    Black panther ripping it up

    Mueller inductemebrs showinf the surface of right wing hate

    Not a good day for you guts

    Replies: @Steve in Greensboro, @fish, @Ted Kaczynski Talks

    Tiny: Are you having a stroke, brother? Get back on the blood pressure medicine and call 911 immediately. We cannot afford to lose you.

    You set a floor, in terms of thoughtlessness, racial animus, ignorance and now general gibberish, below which none of us could ever dream of going.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Steve in Greensboro

    Agree.

  114. @larry lurker
    @anonymouslee

    Good people skills, maybe? A close relative interviewed Biden in the 70's and when they met again at a Democratic event in 2008, Biden remembered the interview and was able to recall - without prompting - the restaurant where they'd had lunch.

    (I should add that this relative is male...)

    Replies: @anonymouslee

    Yeah, maybe he had a lot of energy and really did like the rinky dink fundraisers and meetings and really did make unimportant people feel like they were part of the team (in a way that Hillary Clinton couldn’t fake–under Empress Hillary your loyalty would be to one of her capos who did pretend to care about you). I got the impression he gave off a “fighter” and guy’s guy vibe–as opposed to sanctimony or grandiosity–the exact kind of shtick you’d want to build esprit de corps with the 20-something nobodies.

    My guess is Obama was tossing around ideas for someone who couldn’t try to upstage him, and the “room” of young campaign people gave some vigorous support to crazy uncle Joe, the sitting senator who had pulled them aside for a personal chat and who, after asking them which of the coeds they were sleeping with, made an inappropriate joke about finishing what the VC started with the biggest asshole in the senate

    Joe is probably also the guy who tells you a little corruption is part of the game and not to feel bad because we’re here to beat the real villains on the other team before going home and sleeping like babies in our nice new homes.

  115. @J.Ross
    Media Flipflopping Thread
    http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/160897466
    It's pretty clear that most of these derive from trying to defend Hillary against specific charges (eg, the health one with a picture of a seated FDR), while wanting to also hit back on the same line ("perhaps it is really you who are the mutants"). Thus this is relevant to speculation about a Biden run because Biden has an insane Christmas list of salients and foibles.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    That’s funny, but people who get indignant over this misunderstand journalism and the kinds of people who do it. Journalism is just schoolyard gossip/scandal but on a larger stage.

  116. @Whiskey
    Biden is connected enough to know he's got less chance of being nominated by the Dems than Pat Buchanon. So he's just angling for some payout for himself and his family. Some paid position for his clan to go away. That's all that is.

    But that's the point in Democratic politics. They have no Straight White men under 70. That is in fact deliberate -- a party oriented on anti-White male sentiment will not have White male leaders. There is a social civil war going on that is reflected in the politics all across the West. White women just won't tolerate beta White males anymore, and probably not even pseudo Alphas like Bill Clinton (compare/contrast the women Trump pulled and is rumored to have pulled with Hillary! and Monica Lewinsky). [Rolling a fat one indeed.]

    The most likely candidates are Kamala Harris, Corey Booker (Obama Part Deux -- a light skinned mulatto with a hatred of Whites and a poorly closeted past), Jay-Z (seriously, rumor has it he might be running), and possibly Oprah (despite her denials there will be many in Hollywood and the media urging her to run). Any one of these and particularly Jay Z and Oprah could create massive Black turnout and White female turnout (and their male supplicators) to get an Obama like victory. Particularly with illegals voting early and often to get Whitey.

    Rather than being a weakness, anti-White stuff is a strength. As it plays to White women who are very much on board with the anti White train (they go with whoever postures the most and dominates the media) and Upper Class Whites who would rather drown those in the Lower Classes with foreigners and non-Whites as part of the Globalist would-be Baronial classes. Neo Feudalism indeed. Its why there are really no White men left in media, entertainment, particularly and especially television, books, the universities, etc.

    And the lack of White men is why we don't go to the moon any more, don't have flying cars, etc. Oprah is good at browbeating Whitey and Jay Z real good at shooting his brother, but neither is good at building technology. For that you need White men and the nerdier and more repellent to women the better.

    BUT, the current system of decline suits would be feudalists fine. The Brown family may not be collecting peasants taxes and judging and fining them but has embedded itself quite nicely into the state and federal bureaucracy and the Biden family has the equivalent of a castle on the Rhine collecting tolls -- they all are burrowed deep into the federal regulatory state extracting the equivalent of rents from peasants.

    Need I remind anyone that women LOVE LOVE LOVE feudalism and a few brutal princes with the rest all peasants. Makes the Alpha easier to spot.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @JSM, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    You still don’t know how to spell “Buchanan”. Do you ever even read replies to your postings, or are you just a damned bot?

    As to the rest of your post – I didn’t bother to read it – as indeed I don’t bother to read any of the drivel you routinely post. TS:DR

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Mr. Anon

    The Buchanan thing is weird, he's never spelled it right in all these years. It's not like a comedy spelling, a nod to some in joke either. It's just stupid. He has to know it's incorrect.

    And no, I've never seen him respond to any reply. He must HATE, HATE, HATE to read them, let alone reply.

    , @Whiskey
    @Mr. Anon

    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.

    Indeed Buchanin is a failure, given he could have made an economic argument in 1992 re deportations including increased free stuff for US citizens and I stead ran against Murphy Brown

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Mr. Anon

  117. @Aristippus
    @D. K.

    Presidents ideally should be in their 40s, 50s, and lower 60s. It’s a ridiculously hard job and just comparing the before and after pictures of office holders proves it. There’s a meme about a hypothetical Bernie Sanders presidency that shows before and after office. The after is the Crypt Keeper.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Cato

    It’s a ridiculously hard job

    Obama doesn’t seem to have raised a sweat at the job. If anything he gave the impression of being bored by it.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
    @Anonymous

    Barry was the quintessential affirmative action race hustler in a sweet suit. Think Al Sharpton plus "Harvard"

  118. @Stan Adams
    @Reg Cæsar


    Californians missed S. I. Hayakawa, who passed away in early 1992. To honor him, that November they elected two JAPs to the US Senate.
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKbxGdj7O_w

    Replies: @sabril

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @sabril

    Anti-semitism - noticing that someone is jewish.

    Replies: @englishmike

    , @Jack D
    @sabril

    You shouldn't congratulate yourself too much because that was a pretty safe bet around here.

    Recently I came across Goebbels's 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared "total war" because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews - he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).

    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years. Joos this and Bolsheviks that and Bolshevik Jews the other - "International Jewry is the devilish ferment of decomposition that finds cynical satisfaction in plunging the world into the deepest chaos and destroying ancient cultures that it played no role in building." "Things have gone so far in Europe that one cannot call a danger a danger when it is caused by the Jews." It goes on and on in this vein, just like an iSteve comments thread. Goebbels could post on Unz ("Dusseldorf Joe") today and not stand out with his rhetoric.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Samuel Skinner, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon

    , @Mr. Anon
    @sabril


    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.
     
    You could well say the same thing about opening up a phonebook or a restaurant menu.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @sabril

    Sabril, You know I actually didn't get the JAP jab until you called it anti Semitic.

    , @Stan Adams
    @sabril

    You're more than welcome. If you require further validation, please let me know and I'll try to accommodate you.

    , @Mr. Anon
    @sabril


    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab.
     
    Of course, for you, the same could be said upon opening a restaurant menu, a road map, or a phonebook.
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @sabril


    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.
     
    And... what is your point? Are your a Jew? And is that your motivation? And at least one poster here doesn't like Jews? I can do better than that. I'll bet at least two or more than posters here do not like me.

    Cast your gaze away from your mirror. Get over yourself. If it helps, apply to a gentile golf club, get admitted and play a round. We have more important issues at hand than you and your self-centered orientation.
  119. @Anonymous
    @Aristippus


    It’s a ridiculously hard job
     
    Obama doesn't seem to have raised a sweat at the job. If anything he gave the impression of being bored by it.

    Replies: @Meretricious

    Barry was the quintessential affirmative action race hustler in a sweet suit. Think Al Sharpton plus “Harvard”

  120. @J.Ross
    @AnonFromTN

    His son died of brain cancer.

    Replies: @donut, @AnonFromTN

    He had a brain ?

  121. 1) Biden would have slew Trump in 2016, not least because Obama-who never did like the Clintons and vice versa-would have put the power of the White House behind him, 2008 agreements be damned.

    2) Which is supremely irrelevant. Biden’s chance is gone. Now, he’s not just too old, he’s also patently unacceptable to the forces driving the Democratic Party today.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  122. They may as well dig up the corpse of JFK and run it for President. The GOP would be equally well advised to run the corpse of Reagan.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    @The Alarmist

    Anon from TN
    It is sad to acknowledge how right you are. The elites in the US and all its vassals had degenerated in the last few decades beyond salvage.

    , @njguy73
    @The Alarmist


    The GOP would be equally well advised to run the corpse of Reagan.
     
    Lewis Black called, he wants his joke back.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAzNsDwFHFk
  123. @Meretricious
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I agree--Kamala Harris is good and stupid that with a perfect combo of affirmative action savoir faire and street cred--just like the disaster aka Barry. WRT Biden being too old--dude doesn't look his age--he could be their horse--he's much smarter than Harris, and he'd show it in debates

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson

    If the Dumbocrats are smart, they’ll run Tulsi Gabbard. In many ways, she represents the Dumb coalition: female, “diverse” [albeit representative of a very tiny ethnic group] and young. Unlike Harris, she’s actually somewhat physically attractive. She’s also a military vet and has openly spoken out against neocon policies. Hell, that last part alone would earn her my vote. Trump kind of campaigned as the anti-neocon candidate but seems to have forgotten about all that over the last year. Maybe the same would happen to Gabbard, sadly.

  124. @anon
    OT:
    Romney announces run for Senate.

    Ann Coulter observes:
    "Poor Utah Republicans--if only they had a carpetbagging, flip-flopping, Trump-bashing, clueless twit of a Senate candidate. Oh wait!..."

    Ann's always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    Replies: @Flip, @JollyOldSoul, @Autochthon, @Joe Sweet, @Cato

    This was Romney’s take on Charlottesville on Twitter.

    No, not the same. One side is racist, bigoted, Nazi. The other opposes racism and bigotry. Morally different universes.
    7:14 PM – 15 Aug 2017

    I think Trump was more right.

    Romney, McCain, and Ryan won’t stand up to the Left.

  125. @rogue-one
    I for one, propose & welcome Oprah 2020 with her running Lena Dunham.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    Oprah probably voted Trump. She’s smart and reasonable and there’d be no personal loss or gain from doing so in the privacy of a voting booth. I doubt she’d have the coldness of heart to actually run against someone she knows is needed.

  126. @Hockamaw
    I hear from a reliable source in the DCCC that the money people are all starting to coalesce around Kamala for 2020. This is both good because I think TRUMP would win easily, and terrifying because of the nonzero chance she would be President.

    Replies: @hhsiii, @JollyOldSoul, @Father O'Hara, @Corn

    Her problem is the white husband. I think Obama married Michelle for the political optics.

  127. @Meretricious
    @ben tillman

    who cares how well Biden did at Syracuse? at least we can presume that he was meritocratically admitted.

    Replies: @Charles Littlewood

    It’s not how Joe got into or did in law school, it’s the preposterous bullshitting about his high IQ.

  128. @Dmitry
    What do you guys think of his chances in national election - would Biden have a good chance of winning it?

    Replies: @bomag, @Thea, @Highlander

    What do you guys think of his chances in national election – would Biden have a good chance of winning it?

    Yes, just by virtue of having a “D” by his name: he’d get the machine vote and have the press on his side. But I thought that about Hillary, so it’s not a sure thing at all.

  129. @Dmitry
    What do you guys think of his chances in national election - would Biden have a good chance of winning it?

    Replies: @bomag, @Thea, @Highlander

    If there is another black swan event but with a n amazingly terrible GOP candidate, otherwise not a chance.

  130. @D. K.
    @anony-mouse

    Ronald Reagan was too old to be president, and showed signs of dementia while still in office (e.g., not being able to recognize the names of some of his own cabinet secretaries, while he was testifying in a civil trial), but he did not turn 78 until 17 days after his eight-year-long presidency had ended. Joe Biden would turn 78 before he even began his presidency. All of the others listed by Steve as being elderly Democratic officeholders are even older than Joe Biden. President Eisenhower publicly opined that the presidency is no place for a seventy-year-old man. Ike was right.

    Replies: @JerryC, @Aristippus, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Rod1963, @bomag

    Reagan was exceptionally vigorous and sharp at the beginning of his presidency.

    The demands of the office, and getting shot, tends to age one pretty quickly.

    The allure of politics keeps people around. I thought that it was kind of gross that Senators Byrd, Thurmond, and Kennedy died in office. WTF? Note that Kennedy was “only” 77.

    I’ll also mention that Supreme Court justices tend to hang around too long, especially the politically motivated ones, like Ginsburg.

    • Replies: @D. K.
    @bomag

    President Reagan was shot, and nearly killed, just 69 days after he became president, and just 52 days after his 70th birthday. I do not recall his saying anything in his first ten weeks in office to make me think that he was any sharper than I had imagined when I voted against him, a few months earlier. (I actually saw him out on the campaign trail, in May 1980, when he arrived at Purdue's Student Union Building for a dinner.) His remaining physically vigorous enough to chop wood in his seventies, despite his near-death experience, was impressive-- but it said nothing about either his native intelligence or the rate at which his brain was degenerating from the normal aging process, let alone from the Alzheimer's Disease that eventually destroyed his mind.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @ScarletNumber
    @bomag

    To be fair, Kennedy saw his three older brothers die young and didn't live a healthy lifestyle.

  131. @Anonymous
    So these old White politicians get to stab the rest of us in the back and we never call them out?

    Whites never hold their own kind accountable for treason.

    Replies: @bomag

    never hold their own kind accountable…

    Heck, they get rewarded

  132. @Anon
    Biden may be a shrewd move for the democrat party. They can run out the clock for another 4 years until the they have successfully elected a new people and turned Texas blue in 2024.

    https://www.oddschecker.com/politics/us-politics/us-presidential-election-2020/winner

    Replies: @TTSSYF

    Yes, I fear you may be right.

  133. @flyingtiger
    Will he be still alive in 2020? The big weakness in the Dems is they have not mentored a younger generation. They are the party of the senile old men.

    Replies: @TTSSYF

    Oh, knock it off with the “senile” bit. He may be the oldest to ever run, but that doesn’t make him senile. People live longer than ever now. It’s a cop-out to attribute a difference of opinion to “senility”.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @TTSSYF

    Biden has been senile since the 1980's. His age has nothing to do with it.

  134. @Iberiano
    So hope they do this. He won't make it to the finals though, there won't be any more white guys for the DNC, and I would say white women are not far behind. It will officially be the party of black and brown and foreign.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Joe Schmoe

    There are still plenty of white politicians in the Democrat party–although running a ticket of two whites guys for them is probably impossible now.

    One problem they have is that the Clinton’s sucked up all the oxygen. During Clinton’s term everything was about them–no party building was going on. And afterwards it was all about Hillary’s entitlement to be the first woman president.

    Obama managed to sneak in and steal Hillary’s “right”. But Obama never really cared about anything but Obama. He didn’t suck everything up like the Clintons, but he work to build out the party either. He just didn’t do much of anything. Ergo he never really replaced the Clintonista dominance.

    So the Democrats have basically gone a generation without much oxygen for anyone. When someone thinks “Democrat” the names that pop to are lead boomers like Hillary, Schumer, maybe Fauxahontas and even more geriatric Pelosi, Sanders and Biden, with only Obama under 60. The late boomer folks, Mike Pence or Steve Sailer’s age, who would have been right aged for a 2016 run–who are they? About the only one i can think of that has any kind of slight nation name recognition is Andrew Coumo. And younger folks–say early gen X–you hear the minorities Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, name dropped because they are minorities. Is there anyone who actually has any sort of profile?

    But they have a vote bank. When these geriatrics die, someone will seize it. A vote bank is like a … well pick your analogy … they’ll always be someone ready to try and use it.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @AnotherDad

    Democrats have a problem because the sort of people who vote Democratic are not natural leaders. Democratic voters don't run businesses. They just complain about things and want people to give them free stuff. Therefore, Democratic ranks are always short of the sort of people who take responsibility and who generate wealth for everybody by running organizations. The sort of person who stops to help you change a flat tire, or who tackles someone trying to mug you, or who runs a business, is not likely to be a Democrat. Anyone like that was either taught all their life to be responsible and pull their own weight, or is someone who is a natural leader and problem-solver. Natural leaders and problem-solvers do not stand around complaining or asking for free stuff because they're poor; they just fix the situation themselves.

    The Democrats who climb to the top of the hierarchy in their party are just typical third world-mentality pols and narcissists on the take, and the fact that they all they care about is importing enough third-worlders to get themselves reelected proves the point. They don't think about the welfare of the country at all. They don't consider that their actions import criminals, disease, filth (anyone seen the Paris streets where refugees camp? Or San Diego?) or overstrain the support system for everyone by driving up medical costs and housing costs.

    , @Proton Gakhe
    @AnotherDad

    One problem they have is that the Clinton’s sucked up all the oxygen. During Clinton’s term everything was about them–no party building was going on. And afterwards it was all about Hillary’s entitlement to be the first woman president.

    Baby Boomers are notorious for sucking up all the oxygen.

  135. @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Anti-semitism – noticing that someone is jewish.

    • Agree: Nico
    • Replies: @englishmike
    @Lurker


    Anti-semitism – noticing that someone is jewish.
     
    And, as I read somewhere on Twitter:

    Anti-semite: someone a Jew hates.
     
  136. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    Replies: @Kaz, @DCThrowback, @Busby, @Reg Cæsar, @Henry's Cat, @englishmike, @MB

    I think that was a bigger deal this side of the pond, but did Biden explicitly admit responsibility or try and shift it onto his speechwriter?

  137. @Prof. Woland
    @athEIst

    The people funding the Democratic party are the ones with real the problem. Part of the reason old folks like Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Hillary Clinton, are so good at raising money is that they are not the brown undertow that is coming behind them.

    Once the Democratic party becomes explicitly non-white (we are almost there), it will be much harder for any white liberals or anyone with pretensions of wealth or upward mobility to support them. Jews have been very good at playing both sides of the fence but the country is dividing up into two camps and they will have to choose which side they are on. Once the Democrats officially take up the cause of Palestine, half to three quarters of the money that has been funneled into the Democrats will simply evaporate.

    The biggest takeaway of the Donna Brazile book revelations was that it was essential Hillary Clinton lock up the DNC hierarchy before the race began in order to insure the mega-donors that none of their contributions would ever go to the rabble. To get around the campaign contribution limits, her wealthy funders had to donate to the DNC but they could not risk the likes of Bernie Sanders or Keith Ellison would ever get their hands on it. So the fix had to be in. The super elite upper crust was able to safely fund her war chest. Once the the old guard dies off, all that money is going to mob that the Democratic party will become.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat

    I don’t foresee the Democrats officially taking up, as you put it, the cause of Palestine, because I simply don’t think it’s that big an issue for blacks and Hispanics, but I doubt even that would be a dealbreaker.

  138. Go, Joe, Go! Never too late to ditch your wife and marry Oprah while you’re at it.

  139. Personality-wise, Biden might be the Trumpiest guy the Democrats have.

  140. @unpc downunder
    @Alfa158

    Yes, they don't need to double down on the identity politics because Trump is so politically incorrect. He's created more space for the Dems to run a moderate white candidate. All they need is someone who is to the left of Trump on taxes and cultural issues, and who is reasonably diplomatic in talking to the media.

    However, it may take more than one election defeat for the Dems to fully digest Trump's effect on the Overton window.

    Replies: @Busby

    In 2020, Trump will declare his presidency the most awesomest in history and decline to run for a second term. Like Seinfeld, he will leave ’em wanting more.

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    @Busby

    I find this possibility plausible.

  141. @Alfa158
    I’m baffled why no one in the Democratic Party seems to have the rudimentary intelligence to get Kirsten Gillibrand to run. She has by far the best chance of beating Trump. Good looking, relatively young, another woman to break that glass ceiling, straight right down the middle Democratic Party line on all issues, experience as a US Senator. Instead they are tinkering with guaranteed losers like the angry mystery meat Willie Brown girlfriend from California , the gay Black guy from New Jersey and the ancient, TV weatherman looking non-entity from Delaware.
    If I was in charge of their party I would do anything I had to to make her run. Kidnap her kids and hold them hostage to a Presidential run, if that is what it takes. And I thought the Republicans were supposed to be the stupid party. Maybe the self lobotimization necessary to be in the Left has worked itself up through their ranks?

    Replies: @unpc downunder, @S. Anonyia, @ScarletNumber

    Plus there’s even room for her to pivot to the middle based on her history as a representative. She could presumably get all of Hillary’s votes plus some (way more likable, no shady past)

    Maybe they are afraid female minorities will resent a nice looking white woman?

  142. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    Replies: @Kaz, @DCThrowback, @Busby, @Reg Cæsar, @Henry's Cat, @englishmike, @MB

    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    Me too.

    The only other things worth knowing about Biden are those YouTube videos of him groping children. On camera. In front of their smiling parents.

    BTW Jonathan: “..Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock…” – LOL!

    British politics produces more than its fair share of “partly leaders”.

  143. I for one, propose & welcome Oprah 2020 with her running Lena Dunham.

    Recent Drudge headline (ish): “Oprah: God hasn’t told me to run.”

    It’s like she wants to lay a few whoppers so people will leave her alone. She may not understand that while Dems absolutely despise and ridicule this kind of thing, the Democrat elite cravenly and patronizingly give their backward black pets a pass on their hillbilly spirituality when they would roast a white GOPer alive. On the other hand, I doubt the rank and file know to be quite so rigorously full of shit.

    “I can hear Trump during the debates now: “so, God did tell you to run?”

    Ann’s always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    There’s been a lot of movement politically since even before folks had to hold their noses and jump for Romney.

    and the ancient, TV weatherman looking non-entity from Delaware.

    I always thought he looked like a wartime consiglieri.

    Gropin’ Joe

    If Biden secures the nomination (and not before), I think “Gropin Joe” has a very high probability of becoming Trump’s Official Name for him. It just sings.

    You still don’t know how to spell “Buchanan”. Do you ever even read replies to your postings, or are you just a damned bot?

    As to the rest of your post – I didn’t bother to read it – as indeed I don’t bother to read any of the drivel you routinely post. TS:DR

    I read until “Buchanon,” then started scrolling on principle.

    Our political system resembles the the Soviet system more and more. To get to the top you have to hold a series of offices over many decades before TPTB approve you for the big offices. By the time they get there they are already sick and mentally infirm. They need to rely on a massive staff of courtiers to make any decision.

    Obama was just president for 8 years, guy.

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    If this was a real country, I’d have some Jewish “church-lady”-like cultural touchstone from Big Media to refer to here, to mock you. But Jews run that show, so I don’t.

    1) Biden would have slew Trump in 2016, not least because Obama-who never did like the Clintons and vice versa-would have put the power of the White House behind him, 2008 agreements be damned.

    And what would that have done for Biden? Serious question. Tapped Obama’s supreme administrative acumen?

  144. @J.Ross
    @AnonFromTN

    His son died of brain cancer.

    Replies: @donut, @AnonFromTN

    Anon from TN
    For those who don’t know and are too lazy to Google: Joe Biden had two sons. The older one, Beau, died of brain cancer in 2015. The younger one, Hunter, got a position on the board of Burisma.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @AnonFromTN

    It is not me but Death that cries -- "D'oh!"

    Replies: @AnonFromTN

  145. @HEL

    This seems like one of the more overlooked aspects of why the Democrats have become such extremists on immigration: since the newcomers and their children aren’t all that politically talented on average (with the exception of the occasional specially-bred hybrid rarity like Obama or Kamala), they provide votes but relatively few challenges to senior white Democrats, who wind up staying in office forever. What’s not to like about this if you are an elderly white Democratic bigshot?
     
    I'm not normally a fan of concern trolling, but loudly and publicly declaring that leftist institutions need to be run by nonwhites and women strikes me as a wonderful strategy. C'mon lefties, put your money where your mouth is and have the vital institutions that you use to control society be run by incompetent POC morons and cat ladies. Surely you can lead by example, can't you? Hell, you keep telling me these people will do a better job than the old white establishment. Why won't you take advantage of their exquisite talents?

    Replies: @carol

    Sounds like a recipe for disaster. The white powers behind the throne will lose control of their POC figureheads, and the US will turn into a 3rd world sh!thole that much faster.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if that kind of too-clever-by-half strategy is how more liberal ex-colonials lost control in South Africa or Zimbabwe. Vote for us! We support Colored Leadership!

    Pawns just don’t stay put like they oughtta,

  146. @The Alarmist
    They may as well dig up the corpse of JFK and run it for President. The GOP would be equally well advised to run the corpse of Reagan.

    Replies: @AnonFromTN, @njguy73

    Anon from TN
    It is sad to acknowledge how right you are. The elites in the US and all its vassals had degenerated in the last few decades beyond salvage.

  147. “Do the Democrats have a shortage of white politicians below 70? It sure seems that way among California politicians.”

    This is the real problem with the “win by importing minorities” strategy. That strategy relies on peeling off about 40% of the white vote, but as the Democratic leadership looks more and more like Kamala Harris, Luis Guiterrez, Cory Booker, and Julian Castro that becomes increasingly more difficult. It isn’t quite so obvious yet, with all those 70-somethings bitterly clinging to power, but a tipping point will come sometime in the near future, probably in less than a decade. When the only white Democrats left in power are gays and Jews, straight white gentiles will quickly realize we are an identity group, too.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    @JollyOldSoul

    The Democrats need to come up with some type of power sharing agreement where they swap or rotate the major positions. Blacks have an edge in the Presidential sweepstakes because they pull a lot of weight in the early primaries but everybody is getting negro fatigue.

  148. @Lurker
    @sabril

    Anti-semitism - noticing that someone is jewish.

    Replies: @englishmike

    Anti-semitism – noticing that someone is jewish.

    And, as I read somewhere on Twitter:

    Anti-semite: someone a Jew hates.

    • Agree: ScarletNumber
  149. @Anon
    I think Biden wants it knowing that he'll die in office, but as far as he's concerned, that's fine if he hands the job over to someone else part-way though, because at least he will have had it for a while. The presidency is his lifelong goal. Half a glass is better than an empty glass to him.

    Hillary no doubt thinks the same way. There's no way she'll let Biden get the nomination if she can take it away from him.

    Replies: @englishmike

    Hillary no doubt thinks the same way. There’s no way she’ll let Biden get the nomination if she can take it away from him.

    Oh great! – “The Clash of the Dinosaurs”.

  150. @Hockamaw
    I hear from a reliable source in the DCCC that the money people are all starting to coalesce around Kamala for 2020. This is both good because I think TRUMP would win easily, and terrifying because of the nonzero chance she would be President.

    Replies: @hhsiii, @JollyOldSoul, @Father O'Hara, @Corn

    “I hear from a reliable source in the DCCC that the money people are all starting to coalesce around Kamala for 2020.”

    Looking at all of the insane, crazy, extremist laws the California legislature has considered and even passed in the last decade, the campaign commercials against her pretty much write themselves. You could make a hundred of them, then at the end of each hang them around Kamala Harris like a great big albatross and dare her to defend or refute them. It would be like asking her “Do you still beat your husband?” It would be a terrifically awesome chance to show the nation exactly what direction the Democratic Party is headed.

    And her dating Willie Brown, a man 30 years her senior, in order to get ahead in politics? People can forgive Trump for shagging a porn star – hell, half of us are jealous – but being the kept woman in the relationship doesn’t, shall we say, generate quite as much envy or forgiveness.

  151. @Hockamaw
    I hear from a reliable source in the DCCC that the money people are all starting to coalesce around Kamala for 2020. This is both good because I think TRUMP would win easily, and terrifying because of the nonzero chance she would be President.

    Replies: @hhsiii, @JollyOldSoul, @Father O'Hara, @Corn

    She is so stupid,but tries to sound intelligent. I loathe the old bag. Corey Booker,OTOH,is a raging queen of emotion. Biden,eh?

  152. @anon
    OT:
    Romney announces run for Senate.

    Ann Coulter observes:
    "Poor Utah Republicans--if only they had a carpetbagging, flip-flopping, Trump-bashing, clueless twit of a Senate candidate. Oh wait!..."

    Ann's always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    Replies: @Flip, @JollyOldSoul, @Autochthon, @Joe Sweet, @Cato

    Romney hasn’t done a single g.d. thing since winning the nomination back in 2012 to suggest he was ever anything other than a RINO. His veep nominee was Paul Ryan, who campaigned against Prop 187 in 1994 before he was even in Congress. His campaign manager was former Governor Mike Leavitt, who did more than any other Republican governor in the US to make his state (Utah) friendly to illegals (in state tuition, drivers licenses). Romney endorsed Bob Bennett over Mike Lee in 2010, backed Eric Cantor over David Brat, and backed an effort to eff up the nominating process in Utah elections to help keep RINOs in power forever. He’s a lying SOB. He is so RINO that he refused to back Cruz against Trump because he figured Trump would lose in the general. If he wins the GOP nomination I will be voting for the Democrat sooner than I will vote for him.

  153. @Jimi
    Gavin Newsom will probably be elected to the California governorship. If he is then he'll automatically be a presidential contender.

    Replies: @JollyOldSoul

    And have to defend every insane law passed by the California legislature, and probably the Ninth Circus, too. A Californian on the Dem ticket, white or not, would be a blessing for the GOP.

  154. @anon
    OT:
    Romney announces run for Senate.

    Ann Coulter observes:
    "Poor Utah Republicans--if only they had a carpetbagging, flip-flopping, Trump-bashing, clueless twit of a Senate candidate. Oh wait!..."

    Ann's always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    Replies: @Flip, @JollyOldSoul, @Autochthon, @Joe Sweet, @Cato

    This nonsense has got out of hand.

    Hillary Clinton’s phony representation of New York set the precedent (or are there earlier examples I am missing? probably….

    People move; I understand that. I am not a native Californian myself … but I have lived here for a decade; if I ran for an office to represent California, I could make a strong case to understand the place and its people, to have genuine affection and loyalty to represent it zealously, and so on. People legitimately moves for whatever reason and if, after a period of time long enough to establish a bona fide, they run for an office to represent their new homes, there is not much wrong with that.

    But these jackasses who move for the purpose of obtaining an elected office merit being viewed askance, to put it mildly. And when the office involves representing the people in an external forum, where vying to support the interest of one’s constituents in opposition to those of others is part of the gig (as in the federal legislature) the problem is even more pronounced than it would be if one were, say, running to be the mayor of Redding.

    When things get too extreme, we forbid it outright – quite rightly and wisely – as with not permitting aliens to vote and not permitting naturalised citizens to be the president.

    This trend is both a cause, a result, (because it reinforces a vicious cycle) and a symptom of empire.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @Autochthon


    Hillary Clinton’s phony representation of New York set the precedent (or are there earlier examples I am missing? probably
     
    Bobby Kennedy

    Replies: @Hibernian, @Anonymous

  155. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad
    @Iberiano

    There are still plenty of white politicians in the Democrat party--although running a ticket of two whites guys for them is probably impossible now.

    One problem they have is that the Clinton's sucked up all the oxygen. During Clinton's term everything was about them--no party building was going on. And afterwards it was all about Hillary's entitlement to be the first woman president.

    Obama managed to sneak in and steal Hillary's "right". But Obama never really cared about anything but Obama. He didn't suck everything up like the Clintons, but he work to build out the party either. He just didn't do much of anything. Ergo he never really replaced the Clintonista dominance.

    So the Democrats have basically gone a generation without much oxygen for anyone. When someone thinks "Democrat" the names that pop to are lead boomers like Hillary, Schumer, maybe Fauxahontas and even more geriatric Pelosi, Sanders and Biden, with only Obama under 60. The late boomer folks, Mike Pence or Steve Sailer's age, who would have been right aged for a 2016 run--who are they? About the only one i can think of that has any kind of slight nation name recognition is Andrew Coumo. And younger folks--say early gen X--you hear the minorities Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, name dropped because they are minorities. Is there anyone who actually has any sort of profile?

    But they have a vote bank. When these geriatrics die, someone will seize it. A vote bank is like a ... well pick your analogy ... they'll always be someone ready to try and use it.

    Replies: @Anon, @Proton Gakhe

    Democrats have a problem because the sort of people who vote Democratic are not natural leaders. Democratic voters don’t run businesses. They just complain about things and want people to give them free stuff. Therefore, Democratic ranks are always short of the sort of people who take responsibility and who generate wealth for everybody by running organizations. The sort of person who stops to help you change a flat tire, or who tackles someone trying to mug you, or who runs a business, is not likely to be a Democrat. Anyone like that was either taught all their life to be responsible and pull their own weight, or is someone who is a natural leader and problem-solver. Natural leaders and problem-solvers do not stand around complaining or asking for free stuff because they’re poor; they just fix the situation themselves.

    The Democrats who climb to the top of the hierarchy in their party are just typical third world-mentality pols and narcissists on the take, and the fact that they all they care about is importing enough third-worlders to get themselves reelected proves the point. They don’t think about the welfare of the country at all. They don’t consider that their actions import criminals, disease, filth (anyone seen the Paris streets where refugees camp? Or San Diego?) or overstrain the support system for everyone by driving up medical costs and housing costs.

  156. @Busby
    @unpc downunder

    In 2020, Trump will declare his presidency the most awesomest in history and decline to run for a second term. Like Seinfeld, he will leave 'em wanting more.

    Replies: @Autochthon

    I find this possibility plausible.

  157. @Mr. Anon
    @Whiskey

    You still don't know how to spell "Buchanan". Do you ever even read replies to your postings, or are you just a damned bot?

    As to the rest of your post - I didn't bother to read it - as indeed I don't bother to read any of the drivel you routinely post. TS:DR

    Replies: @Lurker, @Whiskey

    The Buchanan thing is weird, he’s never spelled it right in all these years. It’s not like a comedy spelling, a nod to some in joke either. It’s just stupid. He has to know it’s incorrect.

    And no, I’ve never seen him respond to any reply. He must HATE, HATE, HATE to read them, let alone reply.

  158. @Daniel H
    I encourage this, and I hope Hillary decides to run too. Lots of fun and fireworks. Would love to see Hillary and Biden rip each other apart.

    Democrats: the party of old, recycled white folk.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb

    “Democrats: the party of old, recycled white folk.”

    Maybe in 2020. After that it’s a swarm of youngish Black and Brown bodies who don’t like Whitey, except for the useful idiot, soy-boy Antifa types.

    Here’s hoping that White women will fully divest themselves from the Democrats and the identity-politics left. Maybe the ‘painting’ by Obama’s butt-boy portraitist of the black woman holding the severed head of a Becky can serve as a useful meme in this endeavor.

  159. @anon
    Biden is one of the few Democratic presidential contenders with "gravitas." Who else has it?

    Running against an incumbent president is a bit like being one of the first troops to land on D-Day; it's a self-sacrificial act (See: Romney 2012). Presidential kamikaze seems like a good role for a guy of Biden's age, tho'. He might just win too.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “He might just win too.”

    Joe Biden is 4 years older than Donald Trump and is even more pasty pale than the orange tanned Donald. Do you really believe the future of The Democratic Party is someone who is even paler and older than Donald Trump? The future of The Democratic Party is someone who is younger than Donald Trump and has more melanin than Donald Trump.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Jefferson


    Do you really believe the future of The Democratic Party is someone who is even paler and older than Donald Trump?
     
    Nope. Look for a diversity candidate. It is the natural outcome of the Democrat playbook.
  160. @Dmitry
    What do you guys think of his chances in national election - would Biden have a good chance of winning it?

    Replies: @bomag, @Thea, @Highlander

    Kamala Harris will be the Democratic nominee.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Highlander

    Did you put money on it? PredictIt lets you put money on it. Kamala is trading at 8 cents right now. If you have, please tell us your bet. If not, stay on the porch.

    Replies: @Highlander

  161. @Whiskey
    Biden is connected enough to know he's got less chance of being nominated by the Dems than Pat Buchanon. So he's just angling for some payout for himself and his family. Some paid position for his clan to go away. That's all that is.

    But that's the point in Democratic politics. They have no Straight White men under 70. That is in fact deliberate -- a party oriented on anti-White male sentiment will not have White male leaders. There is a social civil war going on that is reflected in the politics all across the West. White women just won't tolerate beta White males anymore, and probably not even pseudo Alphas like Bill Clinton (compare/contrast the women Trump pulled and is rumored to have pulled with Hillary! and Monica Lewinsky). [Rolling a fat one indeed.]

    The most likely candidates are Kamala Harris, Corey Booker (Obama Part Deux -- a light skinned mulatto with a hatred of Whites and a poorly closeted past), Jay-Z (seriously, rumor has it he might be running), and possibly Oprah (despite her denials there will be many in Hollywood and the media urging her to run). Any one of these and particularly Jay Z and Oprah could create massive Black turnout and White female turnout (and their male supplicators) to get an Obama like victory. Particularly with illegals voting early and often to get Whitey.

    Rather than being a weakness, anti-White stuff is a strength. As it plays to White women who are very much on board with the anti White train (they go with whoever postures the most and dominates the media) and Upper Class Whites who would rather drown those in the Lower Classes with foreigners and non-Whites as part of the Globalist would-be Baronial classes. Neo Feudalism indeed. Its why there are really no White men left in media, entertainment, particularly and especially television, books, the universities, etc.

    And the lack of White men is why we don't go to the moon any more, don't have flying cars, etc. Oprah is good at browbeating Whitey and Jay Z real good at shooting his brother, but neither is good at building technology. For that you need White men and the nerdier and more repellent to women the better.

    BUT, the current system of decline suits would be feudalists fine. The Brown family may not be collecting peasants taxes and judging and fining them but has embedded itself quite nicely into the state and federal bureaucracy and the Biden family has the equivalent of a castle on the Rhine collecting tolls -- they all are burrowed deep into the federal regulatory state extracting the equivalent of rents from peasants.

    Need I remind anyone that women LOVE LOVE LOVE feudalism and a few brutal princes with the rest all peasants. Makes the Alpha easier to spot.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @JSM, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Whiskers, you are SO FULL OF IT.

    White Married Women (61.4%) voted for Trump in HIGHER percentages than Single White Men (59%).

    http://anepigone.blogspot.com/2017/03/detailed-demographic-breakdown-of-2016.html

    The problem is BLACK women and SINGLE women.

    I don’t wanna hear ONE MORE word about da White Womenz.

  162. @Buzz Mohawk
    Scientists Have Determined What the President of the United States Will Look Like in the Future
    https://www.americanbazaaronline.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Kamala-Harris.jpg

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Highlander

    I don’t agree with her politics, but she is way more easy on the eyes than Hillary Clinton. Kamala Harris would be the sexiest POTUS of all time.

    • Replies: @CJ
    @Jefferson

    Those posed retouched portraits make her look pretty good. Live shots from real life, not so much.

  163. @Meretricious
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I agree--Kamala Harris is good and stupid that with a perfect combo of affirmative action savoir faire and street cred--just like the disaster aka Barry. WRT Biden being too old--dude doesn't look his age--he could be their horse--he's much smarter than Harris, and he'd show it in debates

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson

    “WRT Biden being too old–dude doesn’t look his age”

    Joe Biden does look his age. That’s what a very old man looks like. Nobody would ever mistake him for being in the same age bracket as Scott Baio for example.

  164. @Buzz Mohawk
    Scientists Have Determined What the President of the United States Will Look Like in the Future
    https://www.americanbazaaronline.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Kamala-Harris.jpg

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Highlander

    Right you are. When I saw upper middle class white women driving around in their Priuses with Obama stickers on their bumpers in 2015 I knew in my bones he was going to be nominated. All the same sort of folks are already on board for Kamala already and unlike Obama she also has the Democratic establishment money behind her. It’s a done deal.

    • Replies: @Highlander
    @Highlander

    I meant 2007 of course.

    , @Ozymandias
    @Highlander

    "...unlike Obama she also has the Democratic establishment money behind her."

    The DNC has no money.
    _________________

    I'll bet Crazy Uncle Joe would have garnered at least two percent of the vote, but not much more. Have none of you ever noticed how he's consistently threatening to beat people up?

    Replies: @Highlander

  165. @notice
    White Democrats either don't mind being ruled by non-whites or are confident in their ability to keep getting elected/appointed in electoral slots and getting hired in various federal departments and nonprofits (plus think tanks).

    Despite Gavin Newsome having raised much more money than Villagrosa in California, he is not that far ahead despite his name recognition and photogenic looks. I wonder if some name White Democrat loses to a non-white radical liberal in a electoral-vote rich state, would this alert white Dems that these foreigners would prefer rulers who look like them?

    I've thought to myself that white lefties think the assorted non-whited see them as the penultimate anti-racist group, and thus will trust them rather than each other (ex. A Muslim voting for a white open borders lefty rather than a liberal Asian or Hispanic). Our grandchildren will see how this unfolds unless we reform immigration soon.

    Our rulers have made the future here an uncertain thing. I'd rather our future be as predictable and boring like Japan's.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “White Democrats either don’t mind being ruled by non-whites”

    They don’t mind being ruled over by Nonwhites. A Black Muslim Democrat Keith Ellison represents a majority White Liberal district in Minnesota.

    You would think what the hell do Black Muslims and Godless White Liberals who are not remotely religious have in common with each other ? It’s the enemy of my enemy is my friend mentality.

    The Coalition Of The Fringes is able to unite Atheists and the most hardcore Allahu Akbar Islamic religious nutjobs.

  166. @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    You shouldn’t congratulate yourself too much because that was a pretty safe bet around here.

    Recently I came across Goebbels’s 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared “total war” because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews – he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).

    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years. Joos this and Bolsheviks that and Bolshevik Jews the other – “International Jewry is the devilish ferment of decomposition that finds cynical satisfaction in plunging the world into the deepest chaos and destroying ancient cultures that it played no role in building.” “Things have gone so far in Europe that one cannot call a danger a danger when it is caused by the Jews.” It goes on and on in this vein, just like an iSteve comments thread. Goebbels could post on Unz (“Dusseldorf Joe”) today and not stand out with his rhetoric.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jack D


    Recently I came across Goebbels’s 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared “total war” because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews – he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).
     
    What is the quote?

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Samuel Skinner
    @Jack D


    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years.
     
    Why would there be? Either the anti-semites are right (in which case there is no reason to change) or they are systematically wrong (in which case they are incapable of realizing they need to change). Unless you think Jewish behavior has changed significantly in the last 70 years which I find unlikely. The good and bad look to be steady state.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Stan Adams
    @Jack D

    So posting a link to a Jewish comedy song written and performed by two Jewish guys makes me the spiritual successor to Joseph Goebbels?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2_Live_Jews

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Jack D

    Some people might have noticed that the whole "Woe is me. Always a victim, never a victimizer" schtick hasn't changed in 5,000 years.

  167. @L Woods
    @anony-mouse

    You may be the most indefatigable troll to haunt this website. Do you have nothing better to do? Ever?

    Replies: @anony-mouse

    1/ Calling someone a ‘troll’ is a an ad hominem attack which is used when you can’t argue with the argument.

    2/ My comments are much shorter (and better organized than others) so it doesn’t take that much time from my schedule. But it’s nice that you care.

  168. @MikeatMikedotMike
    Bwaahahahahaaa! Run him, with Gropey as his VP. It'll be like the Hindenburg stowed in the Titanic inside the Challenger.

    Replies: @Anonym

    It’ll be like the Hindenburg stowed in the Titanic inside the Challenger.

    I love your hilarious riff on the Churchill quote “It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma”. I think scale-wise though unless the Challenger exhibits Tardis dimensionality, the Challenger should fit inside the Hindenburg which would fit inside the Titanic, though a room would probably need to be hollowed out.

    BTW the Churchill quote makes me wonder if it was a Freudian slip or done intentionally. By 1939 Britain knew about Enigma but could not decode it. He wasn’t prime minister then though.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/topics/enigma

  169. @AndrewR
    @anony-mouse

    I have yet to see anyone on here condone 78 year olds running for President, and I definitely haven't seen anyone on here claim they're thinking about running for president.

    Of course, DJT will be 74 in 2020, so if he runs for reelection then there won't be an airtight argument against making a 77 year old the Dem nominee. As the "boomers" enter their twilight years, the US is becoming more and more of a gerontocracy.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “Of course, DJT will be 74 in 2020, so if he runs for reelection then there won’t be an airtight argument against making a 77 year old the Dem nominee. As the “boomers” enter their twilight years, the US is becoming more and more of a gerontocracy.”

    Joe Biden is even older than The Baby Boomers, he was born in 1942 which makes him part of The Silent Generation. Joe Biden is old enough to be Steve Sailer’s father. There is no way the decade of the 2020s is going to have a Silent Generation president.

    No way is The U.S is going to have a Silent Generation president in the era of self driving cars and more advancements in AI robots like this.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Jefferson

    When did the Greatest Generation become the Silent Generation? (Silent meaning uncomplaining?) I think the Millenials were originally Gen Y.

  170. I have a life. That means work and chores. I’m not retired. And I stand by my assertion that Dems are hostile to White men as a function of their feminized oligarchy. On tablet so spelling errors stay.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @Whiskey

    I have the same issue. Only a crap job & me and my gf just moved into a new place. Since my laptop burned out I type from my cruddy smartphone.

    I don't understand how a lot of the ppl here have time to read and post so much. I spent the last four days shopping w my gf, trying to get a new security guard job at a chemical refinery, and working my regular grind job. I wish I could read here full time. I usually post when I'm sitting on the toilet.

    It's often my only free time throughout the day....

    , @Neoconned
    @Whiskey

    I have the same issue. Only a crap job & me and my gf just moved into a new place. Since my laptop burned out I type from my cruddy smartphone.

    I don't understand how a lot of the ppl here have time to read and post so much. I spent the last four days shopping w my gf, trying to get a new security guard job at a chemical refinery, and working my regular grind job. I wish I could read here full time. I usually post when I'm sitting on the toilet.

    It's often my only free time throughout the day....

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Whiskey


    I have a life.
     
    A life? Or a version number?

    On tablet so spelling errors stay.
     
    For ten f**king years? Do you have a macro for "Pat Buchanan" that you simply haven't bothered to change?

    And - by the way - you still haven't explained what happend to the muslim zodiac boat invasion that you were predicting back in 2007 or so.
  171. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @sabril

    You shouldn't congratulate yourself too much because that was a pretty safe bet around here.

    Recently I came across Goebbels's 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared "total war" because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews - he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).

    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years. Joos this and Bolsheviks that and Bolshevik Jews the other - "International Jewry is the devilish ferment of decomposition that finds cynical satisfaction in plunging the world into the deepest chaos and destroying ancient cultures that it played no role in building." "Things have gone so far in Europe that one cannot call a danger a danger when it is caused by the Jews." It goes on and on in this vein, just like an iSteve comments thread. Goebbels could post on Unz ("Dusseldorf Joe") today and not stand out with his rhetoric.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Samuel Skinner, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon

    Recently I came across Goebbels’s 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared “total war” because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews – he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).

    What is the quote?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    Deutschland jedenfalls hat nicht die Absicht, sich dieser jüdischen Bedrohung zu beugen, sondern vielmehr die, ihr rechtzeitig, wenn nötig unter vollkommener und radikalster Ausrott..., Äh, Ausschaltung des Judentums, entgegen zu treten.


    Germany, in any case, has no intention of bowing to this Jewish threat, but rather one of confronting it in time, if necessary under the complete and most radical extermination ... Err, suppression of Judaism.

    Ausrottung , which is what he started to say, means flat out extermination.

    Ausschaltung is much more ambiguous and milder, meaning suppression or cutting off and not necessarily implying killing.

    The printed versions often give the latter because this is what appeared in the official text of the speech, but if you listen to the recording you can hear him stumble and correct himself (followed by thunderous applause).

    Replies: @Jack D

  172. @Mr. Anon
    @Whiskey

    You still don't know how to spell "Buchanan". Do you ever even read replies to your postings, or are you just a damned bot?

    As to the rest of your post - I didn't bother to read it - as indeed I don't bother to read any of the drivel you routinely post. TS:DR

    Replies: @Lurker, @Whiskey

    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.

    Indeed Buchanin is a failure, given he could have made an economic argument in 1992 re deportations including increased free stuff for US citizens and I stead ran against Murphy Brown

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Whiskey


    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.
     
    Yeah, but only one of them is correct, "wyski". Why are you incapable of spelling it? Are you stupid?

    By the way, what became of the great muslim zodiac-boat invasion of 2007?

    Asshat.
    , @Mr. Anon
    @Whiskey


    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.
     
    Yeah, but only one of them is correct, "wyski". Why are you incapable of spelling it? Are you stupid?

    Indeed Buchanin is a failure, given he could have made an economic argument in 1992 re deportations including increased free stuff for US citizens and I stead ran against Murphy Brown
     
    It was Dan Quayle who made an issue of Murphy Brown, not Buchanan. But why should you be expected to know actual facts, given that you are nothing but a propaganda-bot?

    By the way, what became of the great muslim zodiac-boat invasion of 2007, Asshat?

  173. @anon
    OT:
    Romney announces run for Senate.

    Ann Coulter observes:
    "Poor Utah Republicans--if only they had a carpetbagging, flip-flopping, Trump-bashing, clueless twit of a Senate candidate. Oh wait!..."

    Ann's always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    Replies: @Flip, @JollyOldSoul, @Autochthon, @Joe Sweet, @Cato

    Ann’s always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    Oh, he sure did. That smarmy carpet-bagging, anti-Trump POS.

  174. @Hippopotamusdrome
    OT

    Next step after World War T?
    NY Times advocates polygamy:


    Two bisexual women and their husband love parenting as threesome
    ...A man and two women who live as a threesome have announced they are expecting a baby
    ..."three parents are better than two.”
    ...the new baby ...will benefit from their set-up
    ...three definitely works better than two
    ...It’s difficult with two people
    ...This should be the future of relationships
    ...With two partners, there’s so much help and I’ll never have to leave my kids with someone I don’t trust
    ...I would love to have a wedding to show my commitment to Adam and Jane
    ...all live together on a large plot of land in Austin, Texas, with two separate houses ... one of which Shedd uses as a homeschool where she plans to teach all the trio’s children.
    ...parenting together as a threesome is a lot of fun
    ...But I would definitely love to get married to Adam and Jane. It’s something we’ve always wanted even though it’s not legal.
    ...We are still open in our relationship and we do sleep with other people
    ...we still make time to go to strip clubs together

     

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Joe Schmoe, @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    I wasted some time trying to determine whether one of the women is related to my wife. Results were inconclusive.

  175. Biden Pondering a 2020 Run for President

    Be honest, now. Has Biden ever pondered anything other than a fast feel or twick?

  176. @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    You could well say the same thing about opening up a phonebook or a restaurant menu.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Mr. Anon

    Antisemitic phonebooks? Who knew?

  177. @Jack D
    @sabril

    You shouldn't congratulate yourself too much because that was a pretty safe bet around here.

    Recently I came across Goebbels's 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared "total war" because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews - he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).

    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years. Joos this and Bolsheviks that and Bolshevik Jews the other - "International Jewry is the devilish ferment of decomposition that finds cynical satisfaction in plunging the world into the deepest chaos and destroying ancient cultures that it played no role in building." "Things have gone so far in Europe that one cannot call a danger a danger when it is caused by the Jews." It goes on and on in this vein, just like an iSteve comments thread. Goebbels could post on Unz ("Dusseldorf Joe") today and not stand out with his rhetoric.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Samuel Skinner, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon

    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years.

    Why would there be? Either the anti-semites are right (in which case there is no reason to change) or they are systematically wrong (in which case they are incapable of realizing they need to change). Unless you think Jewish behavior has changed significantly in the last 70 years which I find unlikely. The good and bad look to be steady state.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Samuel Skinner

    Since people tend to correct error over time, consistently would indicate they may be substantially right.

    Replies: @Jack D

  178. @Tiny Duck
    Black panther ripping it up

    Mueller inductemebrs showinf the surface of right wing hate

    Not a good day for you guts

    Replies: @Steve in Greensboro, @fish, @Ted Kaczynski Talks

    Ohs Tinys……yo an Lendsert sho “rippid it’s up” after teh moovys last’n nite! U wan like a puppit on Lensnerds Waykanda stick boy ….an dat was wen we sneeked into dat “Fitty Shayds o Ghey”even befo we went to Bnack Pamfer!

    Ledbert “even he be gettin tired o all the anal sex wit Tiny jokes” Pibtzs

    • LOL: Corn
    • Replies: @Truth
    @fish

    Hey that's good, Old Sod. Two hours in a movie theatre and you've already picked up Wakandybonics.

  179. For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating. But its striking how both the bench of the Democrats and Republicans are very thin on men who average White men can respect and admire.

    On the Republican side, its cuckservatives like Mittens and soy bois like Little Marco as far as the eye can see … down to the state and even county level. Not one of them can tell people from Maldef or MeCha let alone Black Lives Matter to go drink a tall cold glass of shut the hell up when they come on haranguing officials. Its why Trump just decimated the field once he got onto immigration and trade. None of the cucks and soys could even think of formulating a response. Like the Aztecs facing Cortez who could not understand why the war was not over once one battle was won.

    On the Democratic side, all the lower level types are women or lesbians or gays or weirdo wiggers like Bill De Blasio (himself exploring a run for President) if they’re not Black Y’All (apologies to Chris Rock and CB4) like Cory Booker, who is the most down with the hood type the Upper West Side has seen since the original ghetto gangsta, the Punahoa bad boy himself, Barry O’Bama. Who’d been keeping it real in Harvard and Columbia.

    As for big money, if Dems go all in on Anti-Israel, they won’t lose a dime of say, Jamie Dimon’s donations. For those guys, and Zuck and Eric Schmidt, they care about Israel as much as Carlos Slim or Warren Buffett. Which is zero. Heck the effect of purging White dudes from the Democrats is a PLUS for Oligarchs.

    THE LAST thing Jeff Bezos or Zuck or Timmy Cook want is another JFK launching a space race and turning them from the Railroad tycoons who sunk the steamboat lines into the tycoons made irrelevant by the next Henry Ford. With a dude like Obama or someone like Harris you get lots of money for diversity initiatives, national harangues by harpy lesbians of color on how much they hate hate hate White men, but you don’t get basic research that would make Facebook’s web and mobile platforms irrelevant by say, quantum communications and cryptography.

    TLDR: NEITHER party offers ambitious young White men a platform, and society is gradually closing down all avenues for White male ambition with a built in incentive for White men under 35 to kick over the entire table in the hopes of building something for themselves.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Whiskey

    "For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating."

    Is this bug still happening?

    Replies: @Truth, @Reg Cæsar

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Whiskey


    For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating.
     
    It's hard to discern from your posts, as they are all virtually identical anyway.
  180. Garcetti is half-(white-)Mexican, half-Jewish. He can flip between them at will. So far he seems relatively competent. If he has any political talent, he’ll be one to watch.

  181. @Buzz Mohawk
    @anony-mouse

    I remember Ronald Reagan. I campaigned door-to-door for Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan was my candidate. Sir, Joe Biden is no Ronald Reagan.

    Anyway, Reagan was 69, just about to turn 70, when he took office. He was about to turn 78 when he finished -- the age Biden would be upon entering office.

    I do wish the Democrat party would nominate Crazy Joe, but that won't happen. They simply must select a non-white female. Their anti-white, feminist identity politics demands it. They are all-in now and alienating more and more white American citizens.

    Replies: @Meretricious, @Anon7

    No doubt, can’t wait to see their brown woman presidential pick.

    The question, though, is this: should they pick a white male as VP just to emphasize that whites (and especially men) are now the subordinate caste in America? Or maybe a gay white male, just to emphasize the absence of cishet white guys?

    It’s all about the optics, you know.

    On this site, we tend to forget that it could totally work. I just came back from a Big Ten basketball game in which the starting five players on both teams were black, and all the cheerleaders and all the school spirit dancers were white, and the paying audience was 99% white people.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Anon7

    Presumably neither team was Wisconsin.

    , @ScarletNumber
    @Anon7


    I just came back from a Big Ten basketball game ... all the cheerleaders and all the school spirit dancers were white, and the paying audience was 99% white people.
     
    Well no shit. It isn't the MEAC.
  182. I think Gillibrand has too many strikes against her. She is a woman, but she’s very, very white. She is too moderate for the hard-left Democrats, and for anyone without something like Hilary’s dirty tricks committee, that’s a problem. At the same time, she has alienated conservatives entirely with votes like the recent one on partial-birth abortion — no Catholic conservative will never vote for her again, and the more they play up the Catholic angle, the more Catholics will be alienated, and not just the tiny and ignorable hardcore conservative vote.

    Finally, she’s conventionally attractive, so earns the automatic hatred of the women around her. At the same time I think most (white) men, left and right, detect in her a certain may-I-speak-to-the-manager-please note which they will tend to find repulsive. If she’s to have a career, it will need a lot more development.

    The Democrats have many possibilities ahead of Gillibrand. She will probably remain in a safe senate seat — she’s most useful to them where she is right now.

    • Replies: @Nico
    @Excal


    I think most (white) men, left and right, detect in her a certain may-I-speak-to-the-manager-please note which they will tend to find repulsive.
     
    I think you hit the nail right on the head. Kirsten Gillibrand comes across as a fairly archetypical yuppy Martini-drinking college THOT-turned-soccer mom. She’s probably the closest thing we could see in real life to Carrie Bradshaw running for political office.
  183. They didn’t seem to hate Bernie .. or, across the pond, his equivalent, Corbyn ..

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Excal


    They didn’t seem to hate Bernie .. or, across the pond, his equivalent, Corbyn ..
     
    Why can't Bernie run again? He's only a year older than Biden. And people might actually vote for him.
  184. ANOTHER old-ass wilted baby-boomer Democrat? Where’s Cory Booker? Keith Ellison? After Wakanda, they is the Kangs, right? They’re going to have THEIR say. I think the White woman thing is over for a bit, there aren’t any capable of a run. Whether they can drag Biden’s old tired drunk, child-pawing ass across the line is another story. One thing about being President is, if you live to make it across the finish line, they can prop you up like Weekend At Bernie’s.

    I think the clean, articulate Cory Booker winds up the nominee this time. Sooner or later, Blacks have to notice only Blacks have won the White House from the Democrat Party since 2000. Check your privilege, Whitey, I got this..

  185. Steve,

    Why are are the comments doubled? I post this at 22:24 UTC.

  186. @Iberiano
    So hope they do this. He won't make it to the finals though, there won't be any more white guys for the DNC, and I would say white women are not far behind. It will officially be the party of black and brown and foreign.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Joe Schmoe

    LOL,

    when the whites move along and the dems are black, brown and foreign then the real fights can begin. None of those groups really believe in rule of law or fairness or anything, just pure ethnic interests, all of them at odds one against the others.

  187. @Hippopotamusdrome
    OT

    Next step after World War T?
    NY Times advocates polygamy:


    Two bisexual women and their husband love parenting as threesome
    ...A man and two women who live as a threesome have announced they are expecting a baby
    ..."three parents are better than two.”
    ...the new baby ...will benefit from their set-up
    ...three definitely works better than two
    ...It’s difficult with two people
    ...This should be the future of relationships
    ...With two partners, there’s so much help and I’ll never have to leave my kids with someone I don’t trust
    ...I would love to have a wedding to show my commitment to Adam and Jane
    ...all live together on a large plot of land in Austin, Texas, with two separate houses ... one of which Shedd uses as a homeschool where she plans to teach all the trio’s children.
    ...parenting together as a threesome is a lot of fun
    ...But I would definitely love to get married to Adam and Jane. It’s something we’ve always wanted even though it’s not legal.
    ...We are still open in our relationship and we do sleep with other people
    ...we still make time to go to strip clubs together

     

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Joe Schmoe, @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    …But I would definitely love to get married to Adam and Jane. It’s something we’ve always wanted even though it’s not legal.
    …We are still open in our relationship and we do sleep with other people
    …we still make time to go to strip clubs together

    vomit

  188. Joe, great first name…who handles baby’s blood? Whole Foods? Trader Joe’s?

  189. @Hockamaw
    I hear from a reliable source in the DCCC that the money people are all starting to coalesce around Kamala for 2020. This is both good because I think TRUMP would win easily, and terrifying because of the nonzero chance she would be President.

    Replies: @hhsiii, @JollyOldSoul, @Father O'Hara, @Corn

    According to Wikipedia Kamala Harris has a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father. Even if she wins (God I hope she doesn’t) America will have had two black Presidents but not a single ancestor of Southern slaves in the White House.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Corn


    According to Wikipedia Kamala Harris has a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father. Even if she wins (God I hope she doesn’t) America will have had two black Presidents but not a single ancestor of Southern slaves in the White House.

     

    I'm sure there were several ancestors of Southern slaves in the White House, even if the Jefferson-Hemmings claims are false.

    I think you mean "descendants".

    Replies: @Corn, @Jack D

  190. @bomag
    @Buffalo Joe


    Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well
     
    Dunno. "There's a lot of ruin in the State"; they don't seem much better than Illinois politicians, they just have wealthier companies around to cover the decline.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @MBlanc46

    Bo, I maybe wrong, but when I read the LA Times, Sacramento Bee and San Fran Chronicle on-line it seems that the four mentioned elected officials can do no wrong. But of course , the news sources lean waaaay left.Bo, I maybe wrong, but when I read the LA Times, Sacramento Bee and San Fran Chronicle on-line it seems that the four mentioned elected officials can do no wrong. But of course , the news sources lean waaaay left.

  191. @Noah172
    Do the Democrats have a shortage of white politicians below 70?

    Gillibrand. Cuomo. But they won't be the Prez nominee IMHO. (Nor VP for G if Kamala gets top spot: she might want another Biden/Kaine -- FL Senator Nelson, if he wins this year, or Sherrod Brown, or Murphy of CT who is always going on about guns).

    Cryin' Chuck is only 67: been in Congress since he was 30. Not a 2020 aspirant.

    Pocahantas will be 71 in 2020.

    Zuckerberg?

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Noah, NY State republicans are already digging dirt on Cuomo. His top henchman is currently on trial.Noah, NY State republicans are already digging dirt on Cuomo. His top henchman is currently on trial.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
    @Buffalo Joe

    both Cuomos--Andrew and Chris--are incredibly stupid, but they have that nepotism mojo that never quits

  192. @Excal
    I think Gillibrand has too many strikes against her. She is a woman, but she's very, very white. She is too moderate for the hard-left Democrats, and for anyone without something like Hilary's dirty tricks committee, that's a problem. At the same time, she has alienated conservatives entirely with votes like the recent one on partial-birth abortion -- no Catholic conservative will never vote for her again, and the more they play up the Catholic angle, the more Catholics will be alienated, and not just the tiny and ignorable hardcore conservative vote.

    Finally, she's conventionally attractive, so earns the automatic hatred of the women around her. At the same time I think most (white) men, left and right, detect in her a certain may-I-speak-to-the-manager-please note which they will tend to find repulsive. If she's to have a career, it will need a lot more development.

    The Democrats have many possibilities ahead of Gillibrand. She will probably remain in a safe senate seat -- she's most useful to them where she is right now.

    Replies: @Nico

    I think most (white) men, left and right, detect in her a certain may-I-speak-to-the-manager-please note which they will tend to find repulsive.

    I think you hit the nail right on the head. Kirsten Gillibrand comes across as a fairly archetypical yuppy Martini-drinking college THOT-turned-soccer mom. She’s probably the closest thing we could see in real life to Carrie Bradshaw running for political office.

  193. @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Sabril, You know I actually didn’t get the JAP jab until you called it anti Semitic.

  194. @Hippopotamusdrome
    OT

    Next step after World War T?
    NY Times advocates polygamy:


    Two bisexual women and their husband love parenting as threesome
    ...A man and two women who live as a threesome have announced they are expecting a baby
    ..."three parents are better than two.”
    ...the new baby ...will benefit from their set-up
    ...three definitely works better than two
    ...It’s difficult with two people
    ...This should be the future of relationships
    ...With two partners, there’s so much help and I’ll never have to leave my kids with someone I don’t trust
    ...I would love to have a wedding to show my commitment to Adam and Jane
    ...all live together on a large plot of land in Austin, Texas, with two separate houses ... one of which Shedd uses as a homeschool where she plans to teach all the trio’s children.
    ...parenting together as a threesome is a lot of fun
    ...But I would definitely love to get married to Adam and Jane. It’s something we’ve always wanted even though it’s not legal.
    ...We are still open in our relationship and we do sleep with other people
    ...we still make time to go to strip clubs together

     

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Joe Schmoe, @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    “…we still make time to go to strip clubs together”

    I read thought the whole thing and was pretty disgusted until I reached the above quote at the very end. Sounds like a pretty good situation for the dude.

  195. Sons, the president of the US, is passe. The question now is, who is going to be the president of WAKANDA!

    http://deadline.com/2018/02/black-panther-fifty-shades-freed-monster-hunt-2-detective-chinatown-2-weekend-results-international-box-office-1202293876/

    In Korea, the Ryan Coogler-directed superhero pic was the No. 5 biggest western industry opening of all time at $25.3M, ahead of Doctor Strange and Thor: Ragnarok and already exceeding the entire runs of Guardians Of The Galaxy and Ant-Man.

    Across Asia-Pacific, Panther was No. 1 and was the biggest opening weekend of 2018 to date in all markets. In Hong Kong, India, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand, Panther topped the lifetime of GOTG. Indonesia was the 3rd biggest industry FSS ever and Malaysia the 3rd biggest MCU bow of all time.

    Across Latin America, the Chadwick Boseman-starrer opened at No. 1 in all markets and was the best opener this year everywhere except Argentina and Uruguay. It scored the highest grossing February opening of all-time in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Panama and Paraguay.

    Japan and China opening in March!

  196. There are videos of touchy feely Uncle Joe molesting every woman who entered the white house during his VP tenure. He’s got no shot in the feminist party.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Marty T

    Never heard a complaint.

  197. @Buffalo Joe
    @Noah172

    Noah, NY State republicans are already digging dirt on Cuomo. His top henchman is currently on trial.Noah, NY State republicans are already digging dirt on Cuomo. His top henchman is currently on trial.

    Replies: @Meretricious

    both Cuomos–Andrew and Chris–are incredibly stupid, but they have that nepotism mojo that never quits

  198. @Alfa158
    I’m baffled why no one in the Democratic Party seems to have the rudimentary intelligence to get Kirsten Gillibrand to run. She has by far the best chance of beating Trump. Good looking, relatively young, another woman to break that glass ceiling, straight right down the middle Democratic Party line on all issues, experience as a US Senator. Instead they are tinkering with guaranteed losers like the angry mystery meat Willie Brown girlfriend from California , the gay Black guy from New Jersey and the ancient, TV weatherman looking non-entity from Delaware.
    If I was in charge of their party I would do anything I had to to make her run. Kidnap her kids and hold them hostage to a Presidential run, if that is what it takes. And I thought the Republicans were supposed to be the stupid party. Maybe the self lobotimization necessary to be in the Left has worked itself up through their ranks?

    Replies: @unpc downunder, @S. Anonyia, @ScarletNumber

    Only in the world of politics could Kirsten Gillibrand be considered good looking. In the real world you wouldn’t look twice at her.

  199. Once Bernie started to gain traction in 2016 Biden started kicking himself. Not only did he know that it could have been him, he would have been beaten both Hillary AND Trump. However, as Chris Christie learned in 2012, you have to strike when the iron is hot.

  200. @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    You’re more than welcome. If you require further validation, please let me know and I’ll try to accommodate you.

  201. @Jack D
    @sabril

    You shouldn't congratulate yourself too much because that was a pretty safe bet around here.

    Recently I came across Goebbels's 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared "total war" because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews - he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).

    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years. Joos this and Bolsheviks that and Bolshevik Jews the other - "International Jewry is the devilish ferment of decomposition that finds cynical satisfaction in plunging the world into the deepest chaos and destroying ancient cultures that it played no role in building." "Things have gone so far in Europe that one cannot call a danger a danger when it is caused by the Jews." It goes on and on in this vein, just like an iSteve comments thread. Goebbels could post on Unz ("Dusseldorf Joe") today and not stand out with his rhetoric.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Samuel Skinner, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon

    So posting a link to a Jewish comedy song written and performed by two Jewish guys makes me the spiritual successor to Joseph Goebbels?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2_Live_Jews

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Stan Adams


    So posting a link to a Jewish comedy song written and performed by two Jewish guys makes me the spiritual successor to Joseph Goebbels?
     
    I guess so, from the perspective of people like Jack D. And yet somehow it is always other people who are guilty of trivializing Nazi war-crimes.
  202. @Jack D
    @sabril

    You shouldn't congratulate yourself too much because that was a pretty safe bet around here.

    Recently I came across Goebbels's 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared "total war" because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews - he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).

    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years. Joos this and Bolsheviks that and Bolshevik Jews the other - "International Jewry is the devilish ferment of decomposition that finds cynical satisfaction in plunging the world into the deepest chaos and destroying ancient cultures that it played no role in building." "Things have gone so far in Europe that one cannot call a danger a danger when it is caused by the Jews." It goes on and on in this vein, just like an iSteve comments thread. Goebbels could post on Unz ("Dusseldorf Joe") today and not stand out with his rhetoric.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Samuel Skinner, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon

    Some people might have noticed that the whole “Woe is me. Always a victim, never a victimizer” schtick hasn’t changed in 5,000 years.

  203. @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab.

    Of course, for you, the same could be said upon opening a restaurant menu, a road map, or a phonebook.

  204. @Highlander
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Right you are. When I saw upper middle class white women driving around in their Priuses with Obama stickers on their bumpers in 2015 I knew in my bones he was going to be nominated. All the same sort of folks are already on board for Kamala already and unlike Obama she also has the Democratic establishment money behind her. It's a done deal.

    Replies: @Highlander, @Ozymandias

    I meant 2007 of course.

  205. @Excal
    They didn't seem to hate Bernie .. or, across the pond, his equivalent, Corbyn ..

    Replies: @dfordoom

    They didn’t seem to hate Bernie .. or, across the pond, his equivalent, Corbyn ..

    Why can’t Bernie run again? He’s only a year older than Biden. And people might actually vote for him.

  206. @Aristippus
    @D. K.

    Presidents ideally should be in their 40s, 50s, and lower 60s. It’s a ridiculously hard job and just comparing the before and after pictures of office holders proves it. There’s a meme about a hypothetical Bernie Sanders presidency that shows before and after office. The after is the Crypt Keeper.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Cato

    The job is simply too big for a human. Time we should allocate most of its functions to computers or committees.

  207. @anon
    OT:
    Romney announces run for Senate.

    Ann Coulter observes:
    "Poor Utah Republicans--if only they had a carpetbagging, flip-flopping, Trump-bashing, clueless twit of a Senate candidate. Oh wait!..."

    Ann's always been sympathetic to Romney. He must have gone full-cuck in his announcement, or something.

    Replies: @Flip, @JollyOldSoul, @Autochthon, @Joe Sweet, @Cato

    Wasn’t Romney the first to demand South Carolina ban the Confederate battle flag?

  208. @The Alarmist
    They may as well dig up the corpse of JFK and run it for President. The GOP would be equally well advised to run the corpse of Reagan.

    Replies: @AnonFromTN, @njguy73

    The GOP would be equally well advised to run the corpse of Reagan.

    Lewis Black called, he wants his joke back.

  209. @Steve in Greensboro
    @Tiny Duck

    Tiny: Are you having a stroke, brother? Get back on the blood pressure medicine and call 911 immediately. We cannot afford to lose you.

    You set a floor, in terms of thoughtlessness, racial animus, ignorance and now general gibberish, below which none of us could ever dream of going.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Agree.

  210. @Whiskey
    Biden is connected enough to know he's got less chance of being nominated by the Dems than Pat Buchanon. So he's just angling for some payout for himself and his family. Some paid position for his clan to go away. That's all that is.

    But that's the point in Democratic politics. They have no Straight White men under 70. That is in fact deliberate -- a party oriented on anti-White male sentiment will not have White male leaders. There is a social civil war going on that is reflected in the politics all across the West. White women just won't tolerate beta White males anymore, and probably not even pseudo Alphas like Bill Clinton (compare/contrast the women Trump pulled and is rumored to have pulled with Hillary! and Monica Lewinsky). [Rolling a fat one indeed.]

    The most likely candidates are Kamala Harris, Corey Booker (Obama Part Deux -- a light skinned mulatto with a hatred of Whites and a poorly closeted past), Jay-Z (seriously, rumor has it he might be running), and possibly Oprah (despite her denials there will be many in Hollywood and the media urging her to run). Any one of these and particularly Jay Z and Oprah could create massive Black turnout and White female turnout (and their male supplicators) to get an Obama like victory. Particularly with illegals voting early and often to get Whitey.

    Rather than being a weakness, anti-White stuff is a strength. As it plays to White women who are very much on board with the anti White train (they go with whoever postures the most and dominates the media) and Upper Class Whites who would rather drown those in the Lower Classes with foreigners and non-Whites as part of the Globalist would-be Baronial classes. Neo Feudalism indeed. Its why there are really no White men left in media, entertainment, particularly and especially television, books, the universities, etc.

    And the lack of White men is why we don't go to the moon any more, don't have flying cars, etc. Oprah is good at browbeating Whitey and Jay Z real good at shooting his brother, but neither is good at building technology. For that you need White men and the nerdier and more repellent to women the better.

    BUT, the current system of decline suits would be feudalists fine. The Brown family may not be collecting peasants taxes and judging and fining them but has embedded itself quite nicely into the state and federal bureaucracy and the Biden family has the equivalent of a castle on the Rhine collecting tolls -- they all are burrowed deep into the federal regulatory state extracting the equivalent of rents from peasants.

    Need I remind anyone that women LOVE LOVE LOVE feudalism and a few brutal princes with the rest all peasants. Makes the Alpha easier to spot.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @JSM, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    White women just won’t tolerate beta White males anymore, and probably not even pseudo Alphas like Bill Clinton

    Oh come on, you don’t know any women at all. Projecting from the one woman that jilted you decades ago says nothing about what white women will, or will not, tolerate. Only AndrewR believes your projections.

  211. @Stan Adams
    @Jack D

    So posting a link to a Jewish comedy song written and performed by two Jewish guys makes me the spiritual successor to Joseph Goebbels?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2_Live_Jews

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    So posting a link to a Jewish comedy song written and performed by two Jewish guys makes me the spiritual successor to Joseph Goebbels?

    I guess so, from the perspective of people like Jack D. And yet somehow it is always other people who are guilty of trivializing Nazi war-crimes.

  212. @Whiskey
    For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating. But its striking how both the bench of the Democrats and Republicans are very thin on men who average White men can respect and admire.

    On the Republican side, its cuckservatives like Mittens and soy bois like Little Marco as far as the eye can see ... down to the state and even county level. Not one of them can tell people from Maldef or MeCha let alone Black Lives Matter to go drink a tall cold glass of shut the hell up when they come on haranguing officials. Its why Trump just decimated the field once he got onto immigration and trade. None of the cucks and soys could even think of formulating a response. Like the Aztecs facing Cortez who could not understand why the war was not over once one battle was won.

    On the Democratic side, all the lower level types are women or lesbians or gays or weirdo wiggers like Bill De Blasio (himself exploring a run for President) if they're not Black Y'All (apologies to Chris Rock and CB4) like Cory Booker, who is the most down with the hood type the Upper West Side has seen since the original ghetto gangsta, the Punahoa bad boy himself, Barry O'Bama. Who'd been keeping it real in Harvard and Columbia.

    As for big money, if Dems go all in on Anti-Israel, they won't lose a dime of say, Jamie Dimon's donations. For those guys, and Zuck and Eric Schmidt, they care about Israel as much as Carlos Slim or Warren Buffett. Which is zero. Heck the effect of purging White dudes from the Democrats is a PLUS for Oligarchs.

    THE LAST thing Jeff Bezos or Zuck or Timmy Cook want is another JFK launching a space race and turning them from the Railroad tycoons who sunk the steamboat lines into the tycoons made irrelevant by the next Henry Ford. With a dude like Obama or someone like Harris you get lots of money for diversity initiatives, national harangues by harpy lesbians of color on how much they hate hate hate White men, but you don't get basic research that would make Facebook's web and mobile platforms irrelevant by say, quantum communications and cryptography.

    TLDR: NEITHER party offers ambitious young White men a platform, and society is gradually closing down all avenues for White male ambition with a built in incentive for White men under 35 to kick over the entire table in the hopes of building something for themselves.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Mr. Anon

    “For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating.”

    Is this bug still happening?

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Steve Sailer

    No, Stephen, having to read Whiskey's comments multiple times is just, rather convincing evidence that you have DIED AND GONE TO HELL!!!!

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Steve Sailer



    “For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating.”

     

    Is this bug still happening?
     
    For awhile it was. But, as Marx said, the first time was tragedy, the second is farce.
  213. @TTSSYF
    @flyingtiger

    Oh, knock it off with the "senile" bit. He may be the oldest to ever run, but that doesn't make him senile. People live longer than ever now. It's a cop-out to attribute a difference of opinion to "senility".

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Biden has been senile since the 1980’s. His age has nothing to do with it.

  214. @Highlander
    @Dmitry

    Kamala Harris will be the Democratic nominee.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Did you put money on it? PredictIt lets you put money on it. Kamala is trading at 8 cents right now. If you have, please tell us your bet. If not, stay on the porch.

    • Replies: @Highlander
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Done. 714 shares that she will be the Democratic nominee @ $0.14. (The $0.08 ask is for the presidency.)

  215. @Jefferson
    @anon

    "He might just win too."

    Joe Biden is 4 years older than Donald Trump and is even more pasty pale than the orange tanned Donald. Do you really believe the future of The Democratic Party is someone who is even paler and older than Donald Trump? The future of The Democratic Party is someone who is younger than Donald Trump and has more melanin than Donald Trump.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Do you really believe the future of The Democratic Party is someone who is even paler and older than Donald Trump?

    Nope. Look for a diversity candidate. It is the natural outcome of the Democrat playbook.

  216. @sabril
    @Stan Adams

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Jack D, @Mr. Anon, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan Adams, @Mr. Anon, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.

    And… what is your point? Are your a Jew? And is that your motivation? And at least one poster here doesn’t like Jews? I can do better than that. I’ll bet at least two or more than posters here do not like me.

    Cast your gaze away from your mirror. Get over yourself. If it helps, apply to a gentile golf club, get admitted and play a round. We have more important issues at hand than you and your self-centered orientation.

  217. @Tiny Duck
    Black panther ripping it up

    Mueller inductemebrs showinf the surface of right wing hate

    Not a good day for you guts

    Replies: @Steve in Greensboro, @fish, @Ted Kaczynski Talks

    Another day, another intelligent, insightful and well-edited contribution to the iSteve comments section by valued commenter Tiny Duck.

  218. @Highlander
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Right you are. When I saw upper middle class white women driving around in their Priuses with Obama stickers on their bumpers in 2015 I knew in my bones he was going to be nominated. All the same sort of folks are already on board for Kamala already and unlike Obama she also has the Democratic establishment money behind her. It's a done deal.

    Replies: @Highlander, @Ozymandias

    “…unlike Obama she also has the Democratic establishment money behind her.”

    The DNC has no money.
    _________________

    I’ll bet Crazy Uncle Joe would have garnered at least two percent of the vote, but not much more. Have none of you ever noticed how he’s consistently threatening to beat people up?

    • Replies: @Highlander
    @Ozymandias

    Rich Democrats do.

  219. @Marty T
    There are videos of touchy feely Uncle Joe molesting every woman who entered the white house during his VP tenure. He's got no shot in the feminist party.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Never heard a complaint.

  220. @Samuel Skinner
    @Jack D


    But what is most amazing to me about the speech is that there have been no change in anti-Semite themes in 75 years.
     
    Why would there be? Either the anti-semites are right (in which case there is no reason to change) or they are systematically wrong (in which case they are incapable of realizing they need to change). Unless you think Jewish behavior has changed significantly in the last 70 years which I find unlikely. The good and bad look to be steady state.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Since people tend to correct error over time, consistently would indicate they may be substantially right.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    So are Jews are being paranoid when they worry when they hear guys like Anonymous say that Goebbels was right? I keep hearing that (white) anti-Semitism in America doesn't really exist anymore but then I read unz and it seems to be alive and well. Which is it? It doesn't seem that you can have it both ways. I realize that Anonymous probably lives in a trailer somewhere and not in the White House but still anti-Semitism doesn't seem to be quite dead.

  221. @Steve Sailer
    @Whiskey

    "For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating."

    Is this bug still happening?

    Replies: @Truth, @Reg Cæsar

    No, Stephen, having to read Whiskey’s comments multiple times is just, rather convincing evidence that you have DIED AND GONE TO HELL!!!!

  222. @Whiskey
    For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating. But its striking how both the bench of the Democrats and Republicans are very thin on men who average White men can respect and admire.

    On the Republican side, its cuckservatives like Mittens and soy bois like Little Marco as far as the eye can see ... down to the state and even county level. Not one of them can tell people from Maldef or MeCha let alone Black Lives Matter to go drink a tall cold glass of shut the hell up when they come on haranguing officials. Its why Trump just decimated the field once he got onto immigration and trade. None of the cucks and soys could even think of formulating a response. Like the Aztecs facing Cortez who could not understand why the war was not over once one battle was won.

    On the Democratic side, all the lower level types are women or lesbians or gays or weirdo wiggers like Bill De Blasio (himself exploring a run for President) if they're not Black Y'All (apologies to Chris Rock and CB4) like Cory Booker, who is the most down with the hood type the Upper West Side has seen since the original ghetto gangsta, the Punahoa bad boy himself, Barry O'Bama. Who'd been keeping it real in Harvard and Columbia.

    As for big money, if Dems go all in on Anti-Israel, they won't lose a dime of say, Jamie Dimon's donations. For those guys, and Zuck and Eric Schmidt, they care about Israel as much as Carlos Slim or Warren Buffett. Which is zero. Heck the effect of purging White dudes from the Democrats is a PLUS for Oligarchs.

    THE LAST thing Jeff Bezos or Zuck or Timmy Cook want is another JFK launching a space race and turning them from the Railroad tycoons who sunk the steamboat lines into the tycoons made irrelevant by the next Henry Ford. With a dude like Obama or someone like Harris you get lots of money for diversity initiatives, national harangues by harpy lesbians of color on how much they hate hate hate White men, but you don't get basic research that would make Facebook's web and mobile platforms irrelevant by say, quantum communications and cryptography.

    TLDR: NEITHER party offers ambitious young White men a platform, and society is gradually closing down all avenues for White male ambition with a built in incentive for White men under 35 to kick over the entire table in the hopes of building something for themselves.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Mr. Anon

    For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating.

    It’s hard to discern from your posts, as they are all virtually identical anyway.

    • LOL: fish, Truth
  223. @JollyOldSoul
    "Do the Democrats have a shortage of white politicians below 70? It sure seems that way among California politicians."

    This is the real problem with the "win by importing minorities" strategy. That strategy relies on peeling off about 40% of the white vote, but as the Democratic leadership looks more and more like Kamala Harris, Luis Guiterrez, Cory Booker, and Julian Castro that becomes increasingly more difficult. It isn't quite so obvious yet, with all those 70-somethings bitterly clinging to power, but a tipping point will come sometime in the near future, probably in less than a decade. When the only white Democrats left in power are gays and Jews, straight white gentiles will quickly realize we are an identity group, too.

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    The Democrats need to come up with some type of power sharing agreement where they swap or rotate the major positions. Blacks have an edge in the Presidential sweepstakes because they pull a lot of weight in the early primaries but everybody is getting negro fatigue.

  224. @Corn
    @Hockamaw

    According to Wikipedia Kamala Harris has a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father. Even if she wins (God I hope she doesn’t) America will have had two black Presidents but not a single ancestor of Southern slaves in the White House.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    According to Wikipedia Kamala Harris has a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father. Even if she wins (God I hope she doesn’t) America will have had two black Presidents but not a single ancestor of Southern slaves in the White House.

    I’m sure there were several ancestors of Southern slaves in the White House, even if the Jefferson-Hemmings claims are false.

    I think you mean “descendants”.

    • Replies: @Corn
    @Reg Cæsar

    I do indeed. Sorry about that typo

    , @Jack D
    @Reg Cæsar

    Even if Jefferson fathered children by Hemings he himself was 100% European by all accounts.

    There were rumors of Lincoln having black blood. In the upper south there were lots of isolated communities that were racially ambiguous - the people weren't black but they weren't exactly white either. Often they claimed to be part Indian like the Lumbees but modern DNA studies show that when whites have a little coffee in their cream them are African beans usually.

    But, as a result of the one-drop rule, generally speaking most white people in America really are almost pure white (while the average black is maybe 30% white). In the past, once you got down to say 1/8 black you might "cross the color line" and pass as white and thereafter your descendants would marry only whites and so it would in a few more generations go 6, 3, 1.5% etc. Some of the Hemings descendants today look like garden variety white people (while others have stayed black).

  225. @Steve Sailer
    @Whiskey

    "For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating."

    Is this bug still happening?

    Replies: @Truth, @Reg Cæsar

    “For some bizarre reason every comment is repeating.”

    Is this bug still happening?

    For awhile it was. But, as Marx said, the first time was tragedy, the second is farce.

  226. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Highlander

    Did you put money on it? PredictIt lets you put money on it. Kamala is trading at 8 cents right now. If you have, please tell us your bet. If not, stay on the porch.

    Replies: @Highlander

    Done. 714 shares that she will be the Democratic nominee @ $0.14. (The $0.08 ask is for the presidency.)

  227. @Ozymandias
    @Highlander

    "...unlike Obama she also has the Democratic establishment money behind her."

    The DNC has no money.
    _________________

    I'll bet Crazy Uncle Joe would have garnered at least two percent of the vote, but not much more. Have none of you ever noticed how he's consistently threatening to beat people up?

    Replies: @Highlander

    Rich Democrats do.

  228. @AnotherDad
    @Iberiano

    There are still plenty of white politicians in the Democrat party--although running a ticket of two whites guys for them is probably impossible now.

    One problem they have is that the Clinton's sucked up all the oxygen. During Clinton's term everything was about them--no party building was going on. And afterwards it was all about Hillary's entitlement to be the first woman president.

    Obama managed to sneak in and steal Hillary's "right". But Obama never really cared about anything but Obama. He didn't suck everything up like the Clintons, but he work to build out the party either. He just didn't do much of anything. Ergo he never really replaced the Clintonista dominance.

    So the Democrats have basically gone a generation without much oxygen for anyone. When someone thinks "Democrat" the names that pop to are lead boomers like Hillary, Schumer, maybe Fauxahontas and even more geriatric Pelosi, Sanders and Biden, with only Obama under 60. The late boomer folks, Mike Pence or Steve Sailer's age, who would have been right aged for a 2016 run--who are they? About the only one i can think of that has any kind of slight nation name recognition is Andrew Coumo. And younger folks--say early gen X--you hear the minorities Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, name dropped because they are minorities. Is there anyone who actually has any sort of profile?

    But they have a vote bank. When these geriatrics die, someone will seize it. A vote bank is like a ... well pick your analogy ... they'll always be someone ready to try and use it.

    Replies: @Anon, @Proton Gakhe

    One problem they have is that the Clinton’s sucked up all the oxygen. During Clinton’s term everything was about them–no party building was going on. And afterwards it was all about Hillary’s entitlement to be the first woman president.

    Baby Boomers are notorious for sucking up all the oxygen.

  229. @Jefferson
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I don't agree with her politics, but she is way more easy on the eyes than Hillary Clinton. Kamala Harris would be the sexiest POTUS of all time.

    Replies: @CJ

    Those posed retouched portraits make her look pretty good. Live shots from real life, not so much.

  230. @Whiskey
    @Mr. Anon

    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.

    Indeed Buchanin is a failure, given he could have made an economic argument in 1992 re deportations including increased free stuff for US citizens and I stead ran against Murphy Brown

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Mr. Anon

    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.

    Yeah, but only one of them is correct, “wyski”. Why are you incapable of spelling it? Are you stupid?

    By the way, what became of the great muslim zodiac-boat invasion of 2007?

    Asshat.

  231. @Whiskey
    @Mr. Anon

    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.

    Indeed Buchanin is a failure, given he could have made an economic argument in 1992 re deportations including increased free stuff for US citizens and I stead ran against Murphy Brown

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Mr. Anon

    There are a bunch of ways to spell Buchanon. So sue me fanboy if I get Pitchfork Pats name wrong.

    Yeah, but only one of them is correct, “wyski”. Why are you incapable of spelling it? Are you stupid?

    Indeed Buchanin is a failure, given he could have made an economic argument in 1992 re deportations including increased free stuff for US citizens and I stead ran against Murphy Brown

    It was Dan Quayle who made an issue of Murphy Brown, not Buchanan. But why should you be expected to know actual facts, given that you are nothing but a propaganda-bot?

    By the way, what became of the great muslim zodiac-boat invasion of 2007, Asshat?

  232. @Autochthon
    @anon

    This nonsense has got out of hand.

    Hillary Clinton's phony representation of New York set the precedent (or are there earlier examples I am missing? probably....

    People move; I understand that. I am not a native Californian myself ... but I have lived here for a decade; if I ran for an office to represent California, I could make a strong case to understand the place and its people, to have genuine affection and loyalty to represent it zealously, and so on. People legitimately moves for whatever reason and if, after a period of time long enough to establish a bona fide, they run for an office to represent their new homes, there is not much wrong with that.

    But these jackasses who move for the purpose of obtaining an elected office merit being viewed askance, to put it mildly. And when the office involves representing the people in an external forum, where vying to support the interest of one's constituents in opposition to those of others is part of the gig (as in the federal legislature) the problem is even more pronounced than it would be if one were, say, running to be the mayor of Redding.

    When things get too extreme, we forbid it outright – quite rightly and wisely – as with not permitting aliens to vote and not permitting naturalised citizens to be the president.


    This trend is both a cause, a result, (because it reinforces a vicious cycle) and a symptom of empire.

    Replies: @Flip

    Hillary Clinton’s phony representation of New York set the precedent (or are there earlier examples I am missing? probably

    Bobby Kennedy

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Flip

    When Bobby moved to NY to run, after having spent his time since age 18 mainly in Cambridge MA, the Navy, Charlottesville VA, and DC, much was made by his supporters of his youth in the Bronx and Westchester after Papa Joe moved the family to NYC. (This was alledgedly to escape the anti-Catholicism of Boston, but really to be where the real action was.)

    , @Anonymous
    @Flip

    Comedians and pundits, even liberal ones like Tom Lehrer, made jokes about Massachusetts being the state with three senators.

  233. @Jefferson
    @AndrewR

    "Of course, DJT will be 74 in 2020, so if he runs for reelection then there won’t be an airtight argument against making a 77 year old the Dem nominee. As the “boomers” enter their twilight years, the US is becoming more and more of a gerontocracy."

    Joe Biden is even older than The Baby Boomers, he was born in 1942 which makes him part of The Silent Generation. Joe Biden is old enough to be Steve Sailer's father. There is no way the decade of the 2020s is going to have a Silent Generation president.

    No way is The U.S is going to have a Silent Generation president in the era of self driving cars and more advancements in AI robots like this.
    https://youtu.be/0ESp9ZlbRfs

    Replies: @Hibernian

    When did the Greatest Generation become the Silent Generation? (Silent meaning uncomplaining?) I think the Millenials were originally Gen Y.

  234. @Mr. Anon
    @sabril


    Before opening this thread, I predicted to myself that I need only go through the first 50 comments before finding the first anti-Semitic jab. Thanks for validating my prediction.
     
    You could well say the same thing about opening up a phonebook or a restaurant menu.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    Antisemitic phonebooks? Who knew?

  235. @Anon7
    @Buzz Mohawk

    No doubt, can’t wait to see their brown woman presidential pick.

    The question, though, is this: should they pick a white male as VP just to emphasize that whites (and especially men) are now the subordinate caste in America? Or maybe a gay white male, just to emphasize the absence of cishet white guys?

    It’s all about the optics, you know.

    On this site, we tend to forget that it could totally work. I just came back from a Big Ten basketball game in which the starting five players on both teams were black, and all the cheerleaders and all the school spirit dancers were white, and the paying audience was 99% white people.

    Replies: @Hibernian, @ScarletNumber

    Presumably neither team was Wisconsin.

  236. @Flip
    @Autochthon


    Hillary Clinton’s phony representation of New York set the precedent (or are there earlier examples I am missing? probably
     
    Bobby Kennedy

    Replies: @Hibernian, @Anonymous

    When Bobby moved to NY to run, after having spent his time since age 18 mainly in Cambridge MA, the Navy, Charlottesville VA, and DC, much was made by his supporters of his youth in the Bronx and Westchester after Papa Joe moved the family to NYC. (This was alledgedly to escape the anti-Catholicism of Boston, but really to be where the real action was.)

  237. @Whiskey
    I have a life. That means work and chores. I'm not retired. And I stand by my assertion that Dems are hostile to White men as a function of their feminized oligarchy. On tablet so spelling errors stay.

    Replies: @Neoconned, @Neoconned, @Mr. Anon

    I have the same issue. Only a crap job & me and my gf just moved into a new place. Since my laptop burned out I type from my cruddy smartphone.

    I don’t understand how a lot of the ppl here have time to read and post so much. I spent the last four days shopping w my gf, trying to get a new security guard job at a chemical refinery, and working my regular grind job. I wish I could read here full time. I usually post when I’m sitting on the toilet.

    It’s often my only free time throughout the day….

  238. @Whiskey
    I have a life. That means work and chores. I'm not retired. And I stand by my assertion that Dems are hostile to White men as a function of their feminized oligarchy. On tablet so spelling errors stay.

    Replies: @Neoconned, @Neoconned, @Mr. Anon

    I have the same issue. Only a crap job & me and my gf just moved into a new place. Since my laptop burned out I type from my cruddy smartphone.

    I don’t understand how a lot of the ppl here have time to read and post so much. I spent the last four days shopping w my gf, trying to get a new security guard job at a chemical refinery, and working my regular grind job. I wish I could read here full time. I usually post when I’m sitting on the toilet.

    It’s often my only free time throughout the day….

  239. @Reg Cæsar
    @Corn


    According to Wikipedia Kamala Harris has a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father. Even if she wins (God I hope she doesn’t) America will have had two black Presidents but not a single ancestor of Southern slaves in the White House.

     

    I'm sure there were several ancestors of Southern slaves in the White House, even if the Jefferson-Hemmings claims are false.

    I think you mean "descendants".

    Replies: @Corn, @Jack D

    I do indeed. Sorry about that typo

  240. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @larry lurker
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Fun fact: you can use the audible electrical interference in the last two videos to help determine where they were originally recorded, since different countries have different utility frequencies. (In the Americas it's 60 Hz; in most of the rest of the world it's 50 Hz.)

    Using this sophisticated method of analysis, I can tell you that those videos were likely recorded in the Americas. Or possibly Saudi Arabia.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Part of Japan is also 60 Hz, the other part 50.

    You will also find 60 Hz power on some American bases overseas.

    Historical fact: At one time part of California was 50 Hz. They converted before WWII and they had to replace all the clocks and the entire guts of all the Hammond organs, among other things.

    Buffalo, NY, parts of Canada on the east and west ends of the country, and a little of the Pacific Northwest, along with a few people in Pennsylvania and other odd places, had 25 Hz power, in Canada up until the sixties. 25 Hz power was used by the railroads and was preferred for hydroelectric generation.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    Siemens from Germany got the contract for the 50Hz part and Westinghouse from the US got the 60Hz part. Originally it was 110V just like the US but after WWII poor Japan dialed it down to 100V to save fuel and victorious US dialed it up to 120V to brighten up the lights.

    The conversion to 60 Hz in Southern Cal. was after WWII (1948).

    And parts of NYC were still on Edison's DC until after WWII.

    Buffalo and vicinity were on 25Hz as a result of the hydroelectric facilities at Niagara Falls. In the very early days of AC it wasn't clear what the optimum frequency should be. 25Hz was a compromise between some engineers who wanted the frequency to be higher (e.g. 30 or 60 Hz) and some who wanted it even lower (16 2/3 Hz). The original plan was to send the power from the Falls to Buffalo over a pipeline filled with compressed air so any AC system was better than that.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  241. @Flip
    @Autochthon


    Hillary Clinton’s phony representation of New York set the precedent (or are there earlier examples I am missing? probably
     
    Bobby Kennedy

    Replies: @Hibernian, @Anonymous

    Comedians and pundits, even liberal ones like Tom Lehrer, made jokes about Massachusetts being the state with three senators.

  242. @Anonymous

    I advocate for the 2020 “Women can do anythign men can do” ticket: Cristina Garcia and Andrea Ramsey (who is President and who is VP can be determined later)
     
    That'd be worse than this gruesome twosome:

    http://img6.bdbphotos.com/images/orig/q/u/qulj4jsdl6lmldl4.jpg?djet1p5k


    Assuming the one on the left doesn't get offered a peerage Over There. It's a rum0(u)r, you know.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Which gruesome twosome?

    Peerage hell. She’s lucky they don’t run her out for inflicting her majorly annoying kid on them.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    The kid is on our side when it comes to muslims terrorizing the native Britishesses, and she's better looking than her mom.

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/8e/19/cf/8e19cf25350534fb55fbf9fca0d7d7de--chrissie-hynde-daughters.jpg

  243. Jerry Garcia had a bluegrass group called “Old and in the Way”. Which perfectly describes Joe Biden, Diane Feinstein, Jerry Brown and other stale, pale, mostly males that are obstructing the natural rise of young, discontented minority leaders in the Democrat party. I am talking the full panoply of sexual minorities, third world immigrants, blacks, Hispanics, the rambunctious #metoo crowd and the boring old school feminists and feminazis.
    ___________________
    California’s old guard Democrats under siege – POLITICO___ https://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/10/california-democrats…
    Congress. California’s old guard Democrats under siege. Progressives revolt against Sen. Dianne Feinstein and the party establishment.

  244. @bomag
    @D. K.

    Reagan was exceptionally vigorous and sharp at the beginning of his presidency.

    The demands of the office, and getting shot, tends to age one pretty quickly.

    The allure of politics keeps people around. I thought that it was kind of gross that Senators Byrd, Thurmond, and Kennedy died in office. WTF? Note that Kennedy was "only" 77.

    I'll also mention that Supreme Court justices tend to hang around too long, especially the politically motivated ones, like Ginsburg.

    Replies: @D. K., @ScarletNumber

    President Reagan was shot, and nearly killed, just 69 days after he became president, and just 52 days after his 70th birthday. I do not recall his saying anything in his first ten weeks in office to make me think that he was any sharper than I had imagined when I voted against him, a few months earlier. (I actually saw him out on the campaign trail, in May 1980, when he arrived at Purdue’s Student Union Building for a dinner.) His remaining physically vigorous enough to chop wood in his seventies, despite his near-death experience, was impressive– but it said nothing about either his native intelligence or the rate at which his brain was degenerating from the normal aging process, let alone from the Alzheimer’s Disease that eventually destroyed his mind.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @D. K.

    Reagan was not stupid, but he was naive to an extent.

  245. @bomag
    @D. K.

    Reagan was exceptionally vigorous and sharp at the beginning of his presidency.

    The demands of the office, and getting shot, tends to age one pretty quickly.

    The allure of politics keeps people around. I thought that it was kind of gross that Senators Byrd, Thurmond, and Kennedy died in office. WTF? Note that Kennedy was "only" 77.

    I'll also mention that Supreme Court justices tend to hang around too long, especially the politically motivated ones, like Ginsburg.

    Replies: @D. K., @ScarletNumber

    To be fair, Kennedy saw his three older brothers die young and didn’t live a healthy lifestyle.

  246. @Anonymous
    @Jack D


    Recently I came across Goebbels’s 1943 Sportplast Speech (in which he declared “total war” because now Germany was starting to lose and in which he almost let slip that Germany was exterminating the Jews – he literally stopped himself in the middle of the word and changed it to something milder).
     
    What is the quote?

    Replies: @Jack D

    Deutschland jedenfalls hat nicht die Absicht, sich dieser jüdischen Bedrohung zu beugen, sondern vielmehr die, ihr rechtzeitig, wenn nötig unter vollkommener und radikalster Ausrott…, Äh, Ausschaltung des Judentums, entgegen zu treten.

    Germany, in any case, has no intention of bowing to this Jewish threat, but rather one of confronting it in time, if necessary under the complete and most radical extermination … Err, suppression of Judaism.

    Ausrottung , which is what he started to say, means flat out extermination.

    Ausschaltung is much more ambiguous and milder, meaning suppression or cutting off and not necessarily implying killing.

    The printed versions often give the latter because this is what appeared in the official text of the speech, but if you listen to the recording you can hear him stumble and correct himself (followed by thunderous applause).

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Jack D

    BTW, I wasn't even thinking of this at the time, but it's an eerie coincidence that Goebbels gave the speech on February 18 so yesterday, when I first thought of it, was the 75th anniversary of his little talk.

  247. @Anon7
    @Buzz Mohawk

    No doubt, can’t wait to see their brown woman presidential pick.

    The question, though, is this: should they pick a white male as VP just to emphasize that whites (and especially men) are now the subordinate caste in America? Or maybe a gay white male, just to emphasize the absence of cishet white guys?

    It’s all about the optics, you know.

    On this site, we tend to forget that it could totally work. I just came back from a Big Ten basketball game in which the starting five players on both teams were black, and all the cheerleaders and all the school spirit dancers were white, and the paying audience was 99% white people.

    Replies: @Hibernian, @ScarletNumber

    I just came back from a Big Ten basketball game … all the cheerleaders and all the school spirit dancers were white, and the paying audience was 99% white people.

    Well no shit. It isn’t the MEAC.

  248. @Reg Cæsar
    @Corn


    According to Wikipedia Kamala Harris has a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father. Even if she wins (God I hope she doesn’t) America will have had two black Presidents but not a single ancestor of Southern slaves in the White House.

     

    I'm sure there were several ancestors of Southern slaves in the White House, even if the Jefferson-Hemmings claims are false.

    I think you mean "descendants".

    Replies: @Corn, @Jack D

    Even if Jefferson fathered children by Hemings he himself was 100% European by all accounts.

    There were rumors of Lincoln having black blood. In the upper south there were lots of isolated communities that were racially ambiguous – the people weren’t black but they weren’t exactly white either. Often they claimed to be part Indian like the Lumbees but modern DNA studies show that when whites have a little coffee in their cream them are African beans usually.

    But, as a result of the one-drop rule, generally speaking most white people in America really are almost pure white (while the average black is maybe 30% white). In the past, once you got down to say 1/8 black you might “cross the color line” and pass as white and thereafter your descendants would marry only whites and so it would in a few more generations go 6, 3, 1.5% etc. Some of the Hemings descendants today look like garden variety white people (while others have stayed black).

  249. @Anonymous
    @larry lurker

    Part of Japan is also 60 Hz, the other part 50.

    You will also find 60 Hz power on some American bases overseas.

    Historical fact: At one time part of California was 50 Hz. They converted before WWII and they had to replace all the clocks and the entire guts of all the Hammond organs, among other things.

    Buffalo, NY, parts of Canada on the east and west ends of the country, and a little of the Pacific Northwest, along with a few people in Pennsylvania and other odd places, had 25 Hz power, in Canada up until the sixties. 25 Hz power was used by the railroads and was preferred for hydroelectric generation.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Siemens from Germany got the contract for the 50Hz part and Westinghouse from the US got the 60Hz part. Originally it was 110V just like the US but after WWII poor Japan dialed it down to 100V to save fuel and victorious US dialed it up to 120V to brighten up the lights.

    The conversion to 60 Hz in Southern Cal. was after WWII (1948).

    And parts of NYC were still on Edison’s DC until after WWII.

    Buffalo and vicinity were on 25Hz as a result of the hydroelectric facilities at Niagara Falls. In the very early days of AC it wasn’t clear what the optimum frequency should be. 25Hz was a compromise between some engineers who wanted the frequency to be higher (e.g. 30 or 60 Hz) and some who wanted it even lower (16 2/3 Hz). The original plan was to send the power from the Falls to Buffalo over a pipeline filled with compressed air so any AC system was better than that.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jack D

    I've heard all sorts of reasons why Japan standardized on 100V domestic distribution. If they did it to save energy it's false economy. Resistive loads designed for 110v will pull less current but light bulbs will give a lot less light for the power and have a dim brownish cast. Worse, induction motors under load will pull more current, get hot and not last as long. That's why we have had voltage creep in US utility voltages, from 110v in the thirties to 120-125 today.

    But there is one reason that makes sense. Japan got into the electronic export business by selling equipment overseas less expensively than to domestic customers, and sometimes even at or below production cost, to "build market share". To keep this stuff from being remarketed back in Japan and undermining the domestic market, they had a law saying all domestic made electronics retailed in Japan had to be 100 volt only design. Export equipment was either made for one voltage or was multi-voltage, but 120-220-240, and did not have a 100 volt tap on the transformer.

    It's academic now because most consumer electronics have switchmode supplies that work over a fairly wide range of voltages, but it was a form of nontariff import restriction.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Mr. Anon

  250. @fish
    @Tiny Duck

    Ohs Tinys......yo an Lendsert sho “rippid it’s up” after teh moovys last’n nite! U wan like a puppit on Lensnerds Waykanda stick boy ....an dat was wen we sneeked into dat “Fitty Shayds o Ghey”even befo we went to Bnack Pamfer!


    Ledbert “even he be gettin tired o all the anal sex wit Tiny jokes” Pibtzs

    Replies: @Truth

    Hey that’s good, Old Sod. Two hours in a movie theatre and you’ve already picked up Wakandybonics.

  251. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    Siemens from Germany got the contract for the 50Hz part and Westinghouse from the US got the 60Hz part. Originally it was 110V just like the US but after WWII poor Japan dialed it down to 100V to save fuel and victorious US dialed it up to 120V to brighten up the lights.

    The conversion to 60 Hz in Southern Cal. was after WWII (1948).

    And parts of NYC were still on Edison's DC until after WWII.

    Buffalo and vicinity were on 25Hz as a result of the hydroelectric facilities at Niagara Falls. In the very early days of AC it wasn't clear what the optimum frequency should be. 25Hz was a compromise between some engineers who wanted the frequency to be higher (e.g. 30 or 60 Hz) and some who wanted it even lower (16 2/3 Hz). The original plan was to send the power from the Falls to Buffalo over a pipeline filled with compressed air so any AC system was better than that.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I’ve heard all sorts of reasons why Japan standardized on 100V domestic distribution. If they did it to save energy it’s false economy. Resistive loads designed for 110v will pull less current but light bulbs will give a lot less light for the power and have a dim brownish cast. Worse, induction motors under load will pull more current, get hot and not last as long. That’s why we have had voltage creep in US utility voltages, from 110v in the thirties to 120-125 today.

    But there is one reason that makes sense. Japan got into the electronic export business by selling equipment overseas less expensively than to domestic customers, and sometimes even at or below production cost, to “build market share”. To keep this stuff from being remarketed back in Japan and undermining the domestic market, they had a law saying all domestic made electronics retailed in Japan had to be 100 volt only design. Export equipment was either made for one voltage or was multi-voltage, but 120-220-240, and did not have a 100 volt tap on the transformer.

    It’s academic now because most consumer electronics have switchmode supplies that work over a fairly wide range of voltages, but it was a form of nontariff import restriction.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    For the amount of power that a transistor radio draws, a 120 to 100V stepdown transformer would not be a big expense if there was a significant difference in domestic prices so I doubt that was the reason.
    In 2018 $, you are talking $20 or $30. Even more so given that the utilities and the electronic manufacturers were not under common ownership. So I doubt this was the reason.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Anonymous

    Japan - perhaps uniquely - has two voltage standards with the dividing line being somewhere around Nagoya: 115 v (or thereabouts) to the south, and 220 v to the north.

    Tokyo uses 220 v, Osaka uses 115 v.

    Replies: @Jack D

  252. @D. K.
    @bomag

    President Reagan was shot, and nearly killed, just 69 days after he became president, and just 52 days after his 70th birthday. I do not recall his saying anything in his first ten weeks in office to make me think that he was any sharper than I had imagined when I voted against him, a few months earlier. (I actually saw him out on the campaign trail, in May 1980, when he arrived at Purdue's Student Union Building for a dinner.) His remaining physically vigorous enough to chop wood in his seventies, despite his near-death experience, was impressive-- but it said nothing about either his native intelligence or the rate at which his brain was degenerating from the normal aging process, let alone from the Alzheimer's Disease that eventually destroyed his mind.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Reagan was not stupid, but he was naive to an extent.

  253. @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Which gruesome twosome?



    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-wvHMasrX-gM/UIoNOKBjxXI/AAAAAAAAEaI/7gsAsGj_LGc/s1600/DEBBIE+Y+CHRISSI.jpg

    Peerage hell. She's lucky they don't run her out for inflicting her majorly annoying kid on them.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    The kid is on our side when it comes to muslims terrorizing the native Britishesses, and she’s better looking than her mom.

  254. @AnonFromTN
    @J.Ross

    Anon from TN
    For those who don’t know and are too lazy to Google: Joe Biden had two sons. The older one, Beau, died of brain cancer in 2015. The younger one, Hunter, got a position on the board of Burisma.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    It is not me but Death that cries — “D’oh!”

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    @J.Ross

    Mixing classics with Simpsons? Then again, why not?

  255. @Anonymous
    @Jack D

    I've heard all sorts of reasons why Japan standardized on 100V domestic distribution. If they did it to save energy it's false economy. Resistive loads designed for 110v will pull less current but light bulbs will give a lot less light for the power and have a dim brownish cast. Worse, induction motors under load will pull more current, get hot and not last as long. That's why we have had voltage creep in US utility voltages, from 110v in the thirties to 120-125 today.

    But there is one reason that makes sense. Japan got into the electronic export business by selling equipment overseas less expensively than to domestic customers, and sometimes even at or below production cost, to "build market share". To keep this stuff from being remarketed back in Japan and undermining the domestic market, they had a law saying all domestic made electronics retailed in Japan had to be 100 volt only design. Export equipment was either made for one voltage or was multi-voltage, but 120-220-240, and did not have a 100 volt tap on the transformer.

    It's academic now because most consumer electronics have switchmode supplies that work over a fairly wide range of voltages, but it was a form of nontariff import restriction.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Mr. Anon

    For the amount of power that a transistor radio draws, a 120 to 100V stepdown transformer would not be a big expense if there was a significant difference in domestic prices so I doubt that was the reason.
    In 2018 $, you are talking $20 or $30. Even more so given that the utilities and the electronic manufacturers were not under common ownership. So I doubt this was the reason.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jack D

    In 1962, when they came up with this, it was a big deal. You didn't run transistor radios off line power, they had batteries. But a tube tv or hi fi would have needed a pretty good sized transformer. And the average Japanese wanted plug and play, no awkward variacs or transformer boxes.

  256. @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    Deutschland jedenfalls hat nicht die Absicht, sich dieser jüdischen Bedrohung zu beugen, sondern vielmehr die, ihr rechtzeitig, wenn nötig unter vollkommener und radikalster Ausrott..., Äh, Ausschaltung des Judentums, entgegen zu treten.


    Germany, in any case, has no intention of bowing to this Jewish threat, but rather one of confronting it in time, if necessary under the complete and most radical extermination ... Err, suppression of Judaism.

    Ausrottung , which is what he started to say, means flat out extermination.

    Ausschaltung is much more ambiguous and milder, meaning suppression or cutting off and not necessarily implying killing.

    The printed versions often give the latter because this is what appeared in the official text of the speech, but if you listen to the recording you can hear him stumble and correct himself (followed by thunderous applause).

    Replies: @Jack D

    BTW, I wasn’t even thinking of this at the time, but it’s an eerie coincidence that Goebbels gave the speech on February 18 so yesterday, when I first thought of it, was the 75th anniversary of his little talk.

  257. @Anonymous
    @Samuel Skinner

    Since people tend to correct error over time, consistently would indicate they may be substantially right.

    Replies: @Jack D

    So are Jews are being paranoid when they worry when they hear guys like Anonymous say that Goebbels was right? I keep hearing that (white) anti-Semitism in America doesn’t really exist anymore but then I read unz and it seems to be alive and well. Which is it? It doesn’t seem that you can have it both ways. I realize that Anonymous probably lives in a trailer somewhere and not in the White House but still anti-Semitism doesn’t seem to be quite dead.

  258. @J.Ross
    @AnonFromTN

    It is not me but Death that cries -- "D'oh!"

    Replies: @AnonFromTN

    Mixing classics with Simpsons? Then again, why not?

  259. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    For the amount of power that a transistor radio draws, a 120 to 100V stepdown transformer would not be a big expense if there was a significant difference in domestic prices so I doubt that was the reason.
    In 2018 $, you are talking $20 or $30. Even more so given that the utilities and the electronic manufacturers were not under common ownership. So I doubt this was the reason.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    In 1962, when they came up with this, it was a big deal. You didn’t run transistor radios off line power, they had batteries. But a tube tv or hi fi would have needed a pretty good sized transformer. And the average Japanese wanted plug and play, no awkward variacs or transformer boxes.

    • Agree: Highlander
  260. @Jonathan Mason
    I know it is a long time ago now, but I have not been able to take Biden seriously since he was caught plagiarising the speech and biography of British Labour Partly leader Neil Kinnock during one of his earlier runs at the presidency.

    The elephant in the room is that elephants never forget, and Biden is a bloviating windbag who is full of self importance and has nothing to offer potential swing voters such as myself and I would not leave home on a cold November night to get in line to put a cross on a ballot paper next to his name, or punch out his chad on a machine.

    Replies: @Kaz, @DCThrowback, @Busby, @Reg Cæsar, @Henry's Cat, @englishmike, @MB

    True, but the “noun – verb – 911” quip about Rudy Giuliani was funny.

    Still even for a Dim, dogwhistling calling Geo. W. Obama, “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy” when he’s being rehabilitated for national politics by the Powers That Be after the Kinnock affair was pushing it.

    Of course it never hurts to be a member of the CFR.
    Anything can be forgiven, even Joe’s raycism and whyte privlige.

  261. @Anonymous
    @Jack D

    I've heard all sorts of reasons why Japan standardized on 100V domestic distribution. If they did it to save energy it's false economy. Resistive loads designed for 110v will pull less current but light bulbs will give a lot less light for the power and have a dim brownish cast. Worse, induction motors under load will pull more current, get hot and not last as long. That's why we have had voltage creep in US utility voltages, from 110v in the thirties to 120-125 today.

    But there is one reason that makes sense. Japan got into the electronic export business by selling equipment overseas less expensively than to domestic customers, and sometimes even at or below production cost, to "build market share". To keep this stuff from being remarketed back in Japan and undermining the domestic market, they had a law saying all domestic made electronics retailed in Japan had to be 100 volt only design. Export equipment was either made for one voltage or was multi-voltage, but 120-220-240, and did not have a 100 volt tap on the transformer.

    It's academic now because most consumer electronics have switchmode supplies that work over a fairly wide range of voltages, but it was a form of nontariff import restriction.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Mr. Anon

    Japan – perhaps uniquely – has two voltage standards with the dividing line being somewhere around Nagoya: 115 v (or thereabouts) to the south, and 220 v to the north.

    Tokyo uses 220 v, Osaka uses 115 v.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Mr. Anon

    Sorry, Bzzzt, wrong. All of (and only Japan) Japan is 100V but in Tokyo it is 50hz and in Osaka it's 60Hz.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

  262. @Whiskey
    I have a life. That means work and chores. I'm not retired. And I stand by my assertion that Dems are hostile to White men as a function of their feminized oligarchy. On tablet so spelling errors stay.

    Replies: @Neoconned, @Neoconned, @Mr. Anon

    I have a life.

    A life? Or a version number?

    On tablet so spelling errors stay.

    For ten f**king years? Do you have a macro for “Pat Buchanan” that you simply haven’t bothered to change?

    And – by the way – you still haven’t explained what happend to the muslim zodiac boat invasion that you were predicting back in 2007 or so.

  263. @Mr. Anon
    @Anonymous

    Japan - perhaps uniquely - has two voltage standards with the dividing line being somewhere around Nagoya: 115 v (or thereabouts) to the south, and 220 v to the north.

    Tokyo uses 220 v, Osaka uses 115 v.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Sorry, Bzzzt, wrong. All of (and only Japan) Japan is 100V but in Tokyo it is 50hz and in Osaka it’s 60Hz.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Jack D

    Yes, you appear to be right. I stand corrected.

  264. @Anonymous
    In general, Presidents should not be too old to act as pilot in command of a scheduled airliner, at least not on the day they are inaugurated.

    Replies: @MBlanc46

    I’d never vote for anyone running for a first term older than 55.

  265. @bomag
    @Buffalo Joe


    Jerry Brown, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi rep their state well
     
    Dunno. "There's a lot of ruin in the State"; they don't seem much better than Illinois politicians, they just have wealthier companies around to cover the decline.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @MBlanc46

    As much as I loathe them all, they’re all streets ahead of, say, Pat Quinn.

  266. @Jack D
    @Mr. Anon

    Sorry, Bzzzt, wrong. All of (and only Japan) Japan is 100V but in Tokyo it is 50hz and in Osaka it's 60Hz.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Yes, you appear to be right. I stand corrected.

  267. @anonymouslee
    not really sure what the deal is with Biden since he is legitimately not smart (by daily life standards, not "leader of the free world" standards) but he does have something--something that doesn't translate on tv or in writing.

    The reason he's run for President so many times is that he is weirdly, genuinely popular with insiders--and I don't just mean in a corrupt way but with true believers doing the grunt work for the party. I was one of the people least surprised Obama picked Biden because I'd already had the chance to be surprised when I visited my 22 year old campaign worker friend in Iowa. My friend was working for a non-obama, non-biden candidate, and both he and the other staffer in his office traded stories about how awesome Joe Biden was at some unimportant fundraiser or policy conference or whatever. They were so enthusiastic about this seemingly out of touch loser that I had to express my surprise, and they both told me that its an uncontroversial fact that everyone in the party loves Biden .

    Replies: @larry lurker, @EdwardM

    Biden was always my favorite Democrat, low as that bar may be. I think he is charismatic and brings a certain adulthood, or gravitas, sorely lacking in the party in my lifetime. He was also somewhat hawkish on foreign affairs in the ’80s, generally not on the soft-on-Soviet bandwagon like many other D senators. And there are his “gaffes” — i.e., candor that gives him a certain charm.

    Though I agree with those who think that there is no way that they will nominate a white male ever again. That probably goes for both positions on the ticket.

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