On With The Socialist Show

So Super Tuesday is here and has begun. Good because I am anxious to start getting an idea about how many socialists and communists there are in this country?

I have already suggested we temporarily declare this Bernie Day. I’m sure he would like that. Why not? We sort of know what is happening at the polls. It’s no mystery.

So we can get on with this process and get a head count of how many socialists and commies there are. At least the ones who vote anyway, which should give us a reasonable idea. It seems to be more than we would have thought though.

As I previously explained, anyone who votes for Bernie is by default a socialist. It’s what they are voting for whether they realize it or not. It’s time we know.

Post results, all of America can feel the Bern one way or another — for or against him.

On with the show, this is it!

Right Ring | Bullright

14 comments on “On With The Socialist Show

  1. libertarian1970 says:

    The vast majority of Amerikans like socialism–the only thing different about Bernie & his supporters is that they honestly admit to being socialists.

    Hell, even so-called ‘Conservatives’ have adopted pretty much the entirety of 20th Century Progressivism (including most of the Major 10 Planks of the Communist Manifesto) into their own ideology.

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    • Bullright says:

      I’ve long said liberal Republicans are a problem. 30 years worth off the top of my head. But I have always noted how Paulinistas have always been critical of Republicans but never find the time (including Bishop Paul) to go after progs, the left and Marxists in front of them.

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      • libertarian1970 says:

        The problem is that basically ALL Republicans/Conservatives (including Ronald Reagan & Trump) are nothing but 20th Century Progressives who sometimes pretend to be pro-Liberty/America.

        I’ve always noted how Big Govt. Conservatives try to deflect libertarian criticisms of their hypocrisy. How’d your wonderful NeoCon middle east wars work out?

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        • Bullright says:

          If that is all you’re going to do……

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        • Bullright says:

          I suppose it really wouldn’t be fair to just cut bait. And it really wouldn’t be fair to unload on you all my criticisms. (and I have lots of them) You know, Paulinistas don’t have a lock on criticisms or discontent.

          First, I am no Rockefeller Republican. Actually I am more the classical liberal, which you probably understand.

          Second, I am a Goldwater conservative. Now he got a bad rap. Military intervention, I’m no fan.

          I was an original fan of the Libertarian (movement more than a party) platform way back, in 70’s. But an ideology is not the answer, as it turned into. You raise good points, many of which I could agree with. However, I am also a realist and practical. I am a big critic of Republicans – McCain, Mittens, etc etc and the like.

          But I am a bigger critic of what the Left is and has become. I see no answers to that from today’s Libertarians. Johnson and Paul got whacked at the polls. Yap yap yap. What did it do? Show me the influence and affects. You’ve had a lot of time since 1970. Where?

          I noticed you don’t really deal with the content of the articles but if that is your thing, okay.

          Hey, buddy, in case you didn’t know it with all your venom at conservatives,, a little secret for you: you got to win elections.

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  2. libertarian1970 says:

    ‘Conservatives’, much like ‘Liberals’, are more interested in ‘winning’ elections & scoring cheap political points than in solving problems.

    As I said, I credit the Left for being more honest than ‘Conservatives’.

    How many of the Major 10 Planks of the Communist Manifesto do ‘Conservatives’ actively oppose? (Answer: NONE).

    https://www.thedailybell.com/all-articles/news-analysis/top-10-goals-in-the-communist-manifesto-accomplished-in-america/

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    • Bullright says:

      What I thought, you are more in line with Leftist radicals than you care to admit.

      All you have to do is show me Libertarian winners in elections.

      And you can’t do it, try as you might. Attacking me won’t get you there either.

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    • Bullright says:

      The real alliances Paul made was with darling radical Marxist Left. How to win friends and influence enemies. But conservatives are in a progressive pool?

      The camel is already in the tent and it’s raising hell.

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      • libertarian1970 says:

        “We can ignore reality, but we cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.” –Any Rand

        U.S. National Debt is $23 TRILLION+ and rising fast!
        ***

        $21 TRILLION is ‘missing’ from the U.S. Government

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        $205 TRILLION in unfunded U.S. Government liabilities
        ***

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  3. Bullright says:

    Cheap political points because I mention winning elections. Woo-hoo.

    You made me into Che Guevara. But you might as well be Joseph Goebbels in that case.

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    • libertarian1970 says:

      The approximately $22 TRILLION that y’all have run up since the ‘Conservative Reagan Revolution’ in 1980…you DO understand that represents a MASSIVE wealth redistribution from your children & grand-children to yourselves…?

      Also, the $10’s of billions that have been given to Israel…you DO understand that represents a wealth redistribution from AMERICAN tax-payers to a FOREIGN nation…?

      You’ve got some nerve griping about socialism, Boomer…

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      • Bullright says:

        That;s your answer to winning elections,. It’s a big country, Where are they? Where are Bishop Paul’s coat tails?

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        • libertarian1970 says:

          Sorry, but I’m not embarrassed one bit about supporting a principled man like Ron Paul. Its not like choosing McCain & Romney led you to ‘winning’ in 2008 or 2012–but it DID expose you as a Big Govt. ‘Conservative’ hypocrite!

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          • Bullright says:

            Of course you aren’t. You’re proud. I get it. People like you do RP no favors and in fact push people further away. How would he ever do anything as prez? Paul could have won? Yeah,, I believe it. Sure, smokey.

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