Ticking Virus Problem

In the last few weeks, we watched as self-isolation became a thing, the stock market sank to a bear market, stores and businesses shut down, streets were emptied. All of which were based on a pandemic from China killing people and wrecking the economy.

Now media runs to remote microphones to sensationalize every symptom created by it and to forecast gloom and doom jobless claims and recession. The good old fear-mongering left has lots of ammunition. From bailouts to healthcare, to hoarding on main street.

But what would you expect? You shut down most of the economy and there will be problems. I compare it to turning off a light switch and then complaining it is dark.

We cannot compare it to a regular recession or typical unemployment woes. Yet the media is all over it as if they were one and the same. They are trying hard to fit this crisis into that same box. Statistics cry for context.

Never mind that when you turn the light switch back on it will not be darkness anymore. The problem with the left and this crisis is that they cannot plug in their usual talking points and factoids to color the situation. But that doesn’t stop them from trying. When you turn off part of the economy, there are consequences. We know that.

Beneath it all it is still a biological problem. You know how liberals deal with biological problems; they abort them.

But this one needs to run its course and be defeated, not celebrated as a political weapon to attack Trump. Think of the consequences avoided by taking the actions we did.

Even the root problem in all this is not really COVID –19, it is Democrats still grieving over their loss in 2016. And the cure to that problem is to defeat them again. It must be done for survival sake.

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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!

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The Bernie Campaign Motto

If I had to sum up a campaign motto for Bernie in a simple slogan, I’d say it has to be “make them an offer they can’t refuse.” I know most of us associate that with mob activity. But it fits nicely to Bernie Sanders. It is more of a doctrine.

He simply capitalized on the idea of making them an offer so enticing (and stimulating) they cannot turn it down. I mean why should they? All they have to do is vote for him, not like that is costing them anything really. Or so the rationalization goes. Meanwhile, they won’t even know they’ve been baited.

When Trump used the line “what have they got to lose” it actually applied. Meaning people have been locked into failing schools and communities for years, sometimes generations, without improvement even though they kept going to the polls voting for it.

They thought they were doing the right thing only to be lied to over and over again. All politicians really want or need is that vote. Then pols can go on their self-absorbed way. But why give people the improvement when it is the desire for it that has kept them coming out to vote for you? That’s a simple strategy many pols embrace. In other words, why give up the goose that is laying those golden eggs so nicely?

And yes, Democrats and Republicans have both engaged in this “keep them coming back for more” strategy. (Abott and Costello would love that bit)

However, this whole concept of ‘nothing to lose’ is the mentality younger generations have perverted into a ‘why not’ attitude which seems to, more often, get them more than it costs them in the long run. You can’t blame them for trying anyway even if it doesn’t pan out.

Now Bernie uses one gimmick. That is the sales pitch he typically turns to in town halls, usually stacked with his supporters. He suggests he wants a little survey to make his point. He asks them if they believe healthcare is a human right? Then they cheer. He asks if college tuition should be free and government should pay off student debt? They agree. On and on he goes, ticking off item after item on his list. I mean they aren’t going to say no, why should they? So they can’t refuse.

No one is sitting there thinking that it might not be quite right. In fact they are thinking that it should be an actual “right”.

That, in effect, is the explanation for his entire campaign. He’s there to give them what they want. It is not about practicality it is about desire. Oh sure he schemes up some numbers on a paper of how we can pay for it by just “asking a little bit mo’ from the rich.”

It sounds good so what is the problem?

That is: it sounds so good. No one is going to say, “I think we should skip on that but what is the rest of your plan?” No, that is Bernie’s whole plan. There is nothing else to it. That is the plan, a quid pro quo to get him elected. If he was buying votes it would be wrong. But since he is buying your votes with the government’s taxpayer money it is okay. And who cares about what it will cost when it is really just about what you want anyway?

Bernie is no fool but he is making one out of you. And if our elections are now only about demanding what goodies and “freebies” you want to demand, then we are in uncharted territory. They’ve already decided they want to give you a right to kill a baby all the way up to date of birth for whatever reason. If they compromise on the virtue of life, what won’t they be willing to do?

Besides, those gifts and rights they are going to give you are just a cost of doing business. It’s like the car dealership with that enticing gimmick to get you to come down to the lot. Test-drive a few.

How can you say no to that? So the campaign and election is not about Bernie and his record, or what is best for the country, it’s about what you want. And you should have it.

Remember, his answer to any question then is to turn to the crowd and say do you think healthcare should be a right – to get free medical service? He knows the odds are highly stacked in his favor. He justifies his campaign on your need.

And with all this strategy in mind, he says he is going to get the largest voter turnout in history to win. Does it work? Well, it is not costing Bernie anything.

So the next time you see him turn to an audience to ask the question, ask yourself what is the answer to that?

In Bernie’s mind “why complicate it?” And why should we?

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The Race Is On

Democrats have a competition problem. When they can’t compete with their opponents, they resort to the their tried and true methods of shutting down their opponent however they can. Speech, lashing out at supporters, breaking kneecaps are all on the table.

On the other side to Democrat candidates, Bernie is over there running a public auction for the federal coffers. He’s agreed to give them whatever they want to ascend him and his ideology into office. After all, that is what it is about to Democrats.

Other candidates know they can’t compete with that. There is no limit to what Bernie can promise them. So what can other Democrats do? Nothing.

Besides that, Bernie has the Party split every way imaginable: young and old, rich and poor, class and profession, parents and children. And he has catered to his preference in each of those sides. It is class warfare multiplied by 10 x 100.

If you haven’t had the thrill of being called a “boomer” yet, just wait. They are at war with anything or anyone they see as standing in their way. Politics is personal to them.

And he has it figured out; so he is willing to promise the masses (anyone but the 1-5%) anything they want. Then he simply tells them the rich will pay for it all. Bernie doesn’t even know the total cost of all his giveaways, but he knows the rich will pay for it.

Take that to the socialist bank.

He can’t know because when you promise free college and free healthcare to illegals, they’ll come and keep coming in droves. It is ever-growing making it impossible to count real cost. So no one can know the cost in 2 years let alone in 5 years. Whatever we’re offering?

Other Democrats are just flailing in the wind compared to the Bern auction. Bernie is always paying the highest price for voters. Actually we are.

But Bernie also knew one other thing Dems should all know. The Democrats always flock toward the real leftist. It is hard to outrun someone from the right in the Democrat Party. They must think you are really a candidate of the Left to get behind you. They want proof on things like baby slaughtering, manna from Gov’t, open borders or pro-crime.

Sorry Pete Buttigieg, your resume is a bit blank. I mean we are pretty sure you are a staunch Marxist-progressive but we’d like to see more evidence not platitudes.

And the last thing these progressive Leftists want is to be told “no” or that can’t happen. That is punching one’s expiration date because one can never go far enough left for them. Further is what this is all about.

One practical example. Everyone seems outraged over Bernie’s Castro remarks but his China one is even worse. Bernie claimed China’s communist system has raised more people out of poverty than anything else in the world. He insinuated that is a good thing.

Well, if you must give up your personal political freedom for better economic circumstances that is a good trade off? Just as long as you support the power who bestows the economic blessings on you. But that rationalization sounds just like the Democrat Party. Forfeit your individual political freedom and vote to them, and they will take care of you. Plantation politics. So vote for your class, status, race, etc. not your individual preference. And as long as they all vote to support the Mao progressives, what’s the problem?

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The Mushroom People

One of the most refreshing things so far about the Trump Presidency is the lack of comparisons to the Bush administration. If the Bushies thought they set the standard or high water mark in that administration, they were wrong.

Instead, the Obama administration did set the high mark for politicizing and weaponizing every faucet of government against its enemies; spying on citizens and its political opponents. That has no equal.

So comparisons of both of those to Trump are without merit. Trump charted a new course.

Obama used government as a weapon against all his enemies. He had his records sealed. What was that all about? What is he hiding? They went to endless lengths to attack their political opponents and still do. Then there was an elaborate cover up of it all.

Fortunately, we never saw a Hillary administration in action, which would have taken weaponization to new levels. But she did bequeath a dossier from foreign agents and back fed it into our government/intelligence, spawning a witch hunt and Deep State coup.

And Obama still thinks he has scores to settle. However, it was us who were violated, victimized and villainized. It continues three years later. What did we do wrong?

Still Trump gets the btunt of all the attacks from both Obama people and old never-Trumpers seeking to stop him. He’s attacked like no president in modern history. All because he refused to play the game the way they play it. And he has the people standing on his side like no other because of it.

As predicted, they impeached him the first chance they got just as they promised to do from the beginning. Talk about grudges and vendettas. They even ran a full-blown soft coup from Deep State before that. They undermine every policy he’s had. They mock him while showing no respect for the office or the people who elected him. They call us names and attack us.

Who do these people think they are? They tell us they are the “Resistance.” They’ve taken it to new levels of sedition. They themselves undermine any democracy in the country. In their book, losers are winners and winners become losers. They’ve said they’ll do whatever it takes to oppose Trump. If it means breaking the law, so be it.

If it means defying and opposing what the country stands for, they’ll do it. If it means using every part of government they can lay siege on or hijack to get their way, they are willing to use it against the president. These are the dregs and cream of the seditious crop. They are traitors to the country, claiming to stand on some principle of opposition.

And now, now, they want to push socialism on us like some new morality. They believe the answer to every one of our problems is socialism. But even that is not quite enough. They are really Marxists. And their so-called resistance is against anyone in their way.

Yes, it is a Revolution like Bernie says. Democrats have become the party of sedition and insurrection until they get their way. They thrive off the darkest corners of our society.

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Socialism Is On The Ballot In 2020

Socialism is very much on the ballot in the 2020 election. How could it not be?

When did this socialism takeover happen? Oh, it is not a recent discovery. It would have to go way back. But they kept that closet closed and pretty well guarded. Evidenced by how Bernie was not mainstream until recent years. He wasn’t a rock star. He was a lead weight they did not want to get too tied to.

But then you have to make an admission about the current state of Democrats. There are a lot of socialism deniers in the Democrat Party. (That is not the same as denying socialism) They can disassociate with the term socialist if they want to. They can call it progressive like they usually do. They can even deny that it is about socialism.

But that flies in the face of the truth. We can see it is all about socialism. And has been for some time. Sure they are in denial of most everything, except Bernie.

Something else is going on. Notice the lamestream media, for instance. Just look at the last few weeks. They are struggling because they really cannot address the Bernie issue. Even CNN and MSNBC frowned and danced around the fact that Bernie was gaining in the polls. Then when he started winning they were dumbstruck. Why? That is another matter.

Media were not happy and looking for anyone else they could hold up and promote besides Bernie. See all the attention that went toward Mike Bloomberg? But it is BS in reality. They bemoaned Bernie sucking up all the oxygen. They reject the idea that this is all about socialism. They searched for a way to explain it.

If they didn’t like it, they had one choice, vet him and the ideas he’s pushes like a flood. Do they do that? No.

In the last few days, they are grieving the prospect he is winning and what it means for the Party. They sit and discuss their dislike that he is cannibalizing the primaries and the entire party. (he’s had some practice and never stopped campaigning since 2016)

They gripe about it and yet do not talk about the real problem. They will not address Bernie, his character, record, or ideas. They won’t talk about his bio in depth. (this man who has smitten the base by storm) They will not address the issues he is talking about, the cost or the consequences, in depth.

His plans are dismissed like yesterday’s news and tossed into the corner. The cost is not mentioned. The foreign policy he supports is not given an airing. So why not?

Now you know, it is because all those ideas are popular and supported by people. (now anyway) So they cannot criticize the ideas because they are the main entree on DNC’s menu. Of course they are popular. He is the one bold enough to run with them like a true radical. But he does not really explain them because he doesn’t have to, with an empathetic media and cheer leading Marxists in the party.

In other words, they do not dare attack what they all believe in. They all like and believe in these things. It is incredible how they will not take on or criticize the substance of all Bernie’s plans. So they do not like the socialism label because it has a bad image.

Yet they support all the ingredients of socialism. They deny the effects, but they will not deny the ideas. It is very much them. It is nothing new.

Now the dirty little secret is out, they won’t call out the ideas. They will not address the socialism issue either. It is the last thing Democrats want to talk about. “Russia, Russia!”

So they can say they are not socialists all they want. But if they are supporting and voting for Bernie; if they support the ideas and agenda; then they are socialists just the same — no matter what they claim.

When they actively support the ideas and campaign, they are socialists. In some ways they are the worst kind because they don’t realize it. Now it’s the cool morality of socialism.

That is why we cannot say it recently happened. This is who Democrats are; Bernie finally put an end to the questions. But that is who they have been been all along though there was a cognitive denial about it. Bernie already had commies and socialists onboard.

Yet they endorsed all the ideas and basic tenets of socialism for years. The closet is now open and the skeletons loom larger than life.

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Nazis, France and Bernie… oh my!

Some people, particularly in the media, do not quite understand the dynamics of the Bernie Sanders’ campaign. And the ones who do are not talking much.

You see there is a darker side to the whole ordeal, aside from politics as usual. How that is handled makes it interesting to say the least. It’s not just politics as usual.

Exhibit A: Chris Matthews compares the Bernie campaign to the Nazi invasion of France. Well, heads explode. Matthews is suddenly public enemy one. Bernie people are enraged.

(Ironically, the Justice Democrats were yelling the loudest. Is that funny?)

It’s not the first time a Nazi analogy has been used in politics. What gives? Only now they are furious. Bernie himself has compared Trump to a dictator. Ads are running in Miami comparing Trump to dictators like Chavez etc.

Now Chris will be introduced to the brown shirts. There is no anecdote to the Bernie Bros. After all, Bernie suggested they were Russians or cyber-bots anyway. Ha ha.

Democrats to Matthews: it’s over, resign now!

Who knows, we may get to Normandy before it is over?

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Feeling The Bern

Unfortunately, not enough attention has been paid to Bernie’s ideas and campaign bling. Unfortunately, more attention must be paid to Bernie’s campaign. See the problem; who wants to do that? Not the media that’s for sure. And we conservatives could live without being carpet-bombed by Bernie juice 24/7, as depressing as that sounds.

However, it seems that some in the media are finally taking note of a Bernie campaign hallmark which media is calling the “Bernie Bros” problem, like online threats from Bernie supporters to silence or intimidate his other political opponents. Why the sudden concern? Because now he actually has some competition in the DNC. And because his supporters have seen this movie before and know how it ends. Call it bad blood or a family feud within the DNC. There is something for them to be paranoid about.

But Bernie’s campaign has always been dirty from the beginning. We know about it from 2016 in Chicago. We know how they operate in a cozy alliance with anarchists like Antifa. The Democrats usually love those operational tactics of the radical left when they are not targeted at them. But now they are. At least since the Bernie Bros tactics have gotten so prevalent against other Democrats, media is finally giving it some sorely needed attention. A little late. I mean this is what Bernie Bros do. In fairness, it is how Democrats in general operate. Just that Dems don’t like the threats and intimidation on themselves.

So on a Tuesday night town hall with Anderson Cooper, Bernie Sanders was finally asked directly about it. He magically condemns all bullying tactics, don’t you know? Bernie went into denial mode claiming he found some of those complaints, like those leveled by Culinary Union members, about threats hard to believe. To its credit, media have been reporting some of them. A lot of it happens online where Bernie Bros can single people out to attack them. Followed by other various forms of threatening contact. Face it, radicals are skilled in the art. But Hillary’s people were no angels on tactics in 2016 either. This time Bernie’s people are preemptively spoiling for a fight. Actually, radicals have learned these tactics work and have never been held to account for them, until now anyway.

That makes Bernie’s blanket denials and faux ignorance about it so laughable. He knows. Sanders told Anderson and the crowd that he found it hard to believe anyone in his campaign would do such things because his is the campaign of unions and much of their base is unions. It would not be possible. Then he branched out to other campaigns do bad things. He did go as far as condemning bullying. But we all know the Berie Bros’ tactics are used and incorporated in his campaign. We’ll see more of it this year into the convention. Democrats and media only seem to be waking up to feeling the real Bern of Bernie Bros.

On another matter, Bernie claimed in 2016 he received 25% of support from conservative Republicans. (from all conservatives or of his total support is unclear) He suggested getting more and thinks there is plenty of common areas. He said conservatives would probably agree with a 15-dollar minimum wage, prison reforms, his healthcare plans and funding college education. Really? But these hardly sound like any conservatives I know.

That could be his wishful perception. Socialists and commies typically resort to deception to get people to buy their ideas. And it requires a good illusionist to work the scam. When it all aligns the right way, they get willing dupes to sign on. The other key ingredient is using anger: at the system, at other people, at the rich, at institutional greed. That brings home the bacon. But it only works until the audience gets onto the gimmick. At that point, it requires cognitive denial of reality and then you are only along for the ride.

He also said he would win because of the largest voter turnout in history. Socialists and commies will deliver the largest voter turnout, take it to the bank — or from it?

So the Bernie Bro thing is real, and so are all the tactics. He continued on by bashing corporations and their ability to make money. He says he will hold them accountable. What does that mean, really? We know what it means in socialist or communist regimes. Work with the government or we’ll consider you an enemy of the state, and set about destroying your business, means — or both. (sounds like the the Bernie Bros’ campaign tactics.)

Then he talked about creating a big-government, FDR-type jobs plan in the aftermath of the sustainable new green deal’s economic slaughter. He doesn’t agree with welfare limits. He encourages more new teachers to have an influence on kids. He sees a day soon when no teacher makes less than 60k. Thanks to Bernie Bros. He can never hide the effects.

How about all those economic controls? Feel the burn!
If you aren’t feeling the burn yet, you just aren’t feeling.

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The America Gets It Dems Don’t – Debate

While the whole world is not watching, Democrats continue to debate themselves over the finer points of buying votes. In this greater theme, it was more like a steel cage match of Socialism vs. Communism. So far it usually seems to end in a draw.

Some people may say “you seen one Democrat debate you seen them all.” I sort of disagree because they are always trying to up their ante with the public. These candidates are the vacuum cleaner salesmen of the 50’s, trying anything they can to get your attention, to sell you a product you probably don’t want and can’t afford.

All framed under the rubric of everyone needs it. Just pick your preferred delivery means to get it. Sorry, no other options are available now. But a full compliment of accessories for their machine is being planned and built. And can Democrat candidates accessorize?

I have a new name for Democrats: the “we’re all socialists now” party. We can dispense with all that nonsense from over the years that they are not socialists and do not endorse socialism. At least now they are transparent about what they are.

It’s only a question of Marxist socialism or unabashed communism. They know it is considered forbidden fruit but it is so appealing to them. The gentle nudge tactic has given way to what amount of force is necessary to bring it all about? They are open on that question though have decided that the quicker the better. Like global warming, the time for debate is over — that is if there ever was one.

Of course, within this series of debates, it always comes back to how to pay for all these votes — I mean things. To that end, there is one dominant answer lurking: we just need to take a little more. Then they rattle off a list of top targets they plan on taking it from, for starters. But eventually it will come from everyone else, too. Only they need you to think there is some magical mine from which they will harvest all this necessary money.

By the way, it’s time government takes over the manufacturing of drugs as well.

So these salespeople of socialism will be back knocking on your door, again and again, with a can of dirt in one hand and a collection cup in the other, telling you “we just need to take a little bit more and then we’ll be good. Promise!” But you’ll love all the attachments.

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Personal Value VS. What Culture Says

I might try to explain a little about me and hopefully make some principled point along the way. Even if it seems consistently dull, there is a good reason for it.

Some people may wonder why I occasionally put up music on a pretty partisan political blog? The answer is a little complicated. But I confess both are personal interests.

No, besides interests, I also like to use music sometimes to make a political point. I confess to doing this. I know it doesn’t always go with the point very well. I prefer to think of it as punctuation like a period or exclamation point at the end of a good sentence.

This doesn’t mean the music goes exactly with the text. It is an aid. But it can accentuate the text. Some people would like to marry politics and music. That repulses me. However, there are times music can make a political point, if there is some deeper meaning to it. So I normally frown on conjoining the two.

The other issue is music and politics are both a part of our culture. I am not a creature of popular culture and do try, except for basic traditions, to avoid being sucked into the cesspool of popular culture. Some people prefer to swim in it or dive into it as a rule.

But I admit to succumbing to music, lots of kinds, even if it is seen as popular culture. That’s because I see it as an art-form or expression – not for cultural exploitation.

For example, you could be surprised how anti-culture I am. I still do not have a cell or mobile phone, which causes me problems anymore. I still use a PC computer instead of a laptop or a mobile device. In fact, normally I am among the last to join any trend, say on doing certain things. All of those may cause more problems than it avoids today.

I don’t particularly wear my politics on my sleeves or talk about them much in public. There are exceptions. I stay out of popular culture battles except where the social, political and principled points are on the line. I admit that can be frequent. So I am a bit of a counter-cultural warrior.

I believe in living out one’s faith as best he or she can against a tide of social and cultural woes or norms that make it unpleasant. And I will not let inconvenience or blowback for it deter my path. Actually that is society’s way of influencing one’s beliefs using popular criticism, culture, or political correctness.

With all those things, you can assume in many areas that is swimming against the tide today. But it should be a healthy swim rather than a reluctant, tiring one — else they are winning. ‘They’ meaning the left and their popular conceptions of current culture. I accept that, if objectively weighed, they do appear to be winning the battle in the short run, just as fake news seems to daily .

It is the closer look at things I am more concerned with. I hate the idea that knee-jerk reactions determine narratives or even events. I believe people should be, and generally are, smarter than that. And doing so is to fall into a trap.

I think and expect the right – whether it is a political side or moral principle – will eventually win. I think it is our job to pursue that right. So I believe a valiant effort is necessary in trying to achieve it. I think that effort also has a value.

I believe that the Declaration of Independence says eventually our battle is necessary to correct the current politics and an out of control system itself. Immediate correction cannot be practically expected. It did not happen overnight. It will take energy and effort to correct it, even if that is only a goal. It is still a noble one.

So I may be guilty of delving into the culture of music. But it is not cultural to me. There are still lessons to be learned by exploring it without falling prey to popular culture. I have seen one concert in my life. I am not a Grateful Dead, or any, groupie.

I am also not a movie buff. I haven’t seen many classics. I never had time to watch them. I appreciate comedies though also see those more as an art-form and not of popular culture.

Now those could all make me a boring person by some standards. Maybe it seems boring but makes a statement. I like to try to read intent or purpose into something as much as possible. Practicality can be a virtue.

Enough right there to put me at odds with most popular ideas today. Yet it is my retreat and sanctuary. I believe it has far greater value, at least to me, than following popular trends. But I do write about those trends to critique them. I find them funny and of little lasting value. Some are curious.

I believe one has to find and seize a (greater) value from not conforming to trends. Politics also appears littered with popular trends today. For instance, socialism uses popular trends like a tool to manipulate the mob. That makes it dangerous.

All this is why I detest mob mentality and rule so much. Our founders understood the threat in that. Does this often make me a loser, or at least seem like one? Yes. I would rather be considered a loser by others if a winner is being part of a socialist mob club.

And for these personal reasons, I believe that is what makes conservatives such a target because they have strong independent beliefs. But there is a great untapped power in the consensus of conservatives. We should all work harder to that end by joining our efforts.

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List Of Lies

Remember the days when Democrats ran in the midterm elections? They claimed they had a legit agenda. They claimed it was not all about Trump.

So many of the Democrats dismissed themselves from partisan politics. They just wanted to work for the people and get things done. So they said.

McCaskill said I’m not one of those crazy Democrats. Guess what? Call her MSNBC crazy just like the rest of the triggered Dem freaks.

They were not running on an impeachment agenda, they said. Guess what? It’s their only agenda. They did not want open borders. Guess what? That’s exactly what they want.

Remember these old lines in their greatest hits:

We don’t want socialism
We don’t want to take your guns
We don’t want to raise taxes on working families
We don’t want late term or partial birth abortions.
We don’t want to force government to pay for abortions.
We don’t want to destroy the economy.
We don’t want to raise taxes on working people.
We don’t want to eliminate jobs.
We don’t want to hurt the middle class.
We don’t want to eliminate fossil fuels.
We are not socialists.
We don’t want open borders.
We don’t want single-payer. we only want to fix Obamacare.
We don’t want to cut the military.
We believe in the rule of law.
We are not trying to do a coup.
We are defending democracy
We just want to work together.
We are not running on impeachment.
We don’t want to shut down government.
Democrats don’t want to eliminate private insurance.
There is no Deep State conspiracy against Trump.
We don’t support violence.
We will call out any hateful rhetoric, no matter which side.
We accept the results of elections.

Let’s just call it like it is, virtually everything they tell us is a lie. Dems supprt:

Open borders
Impeaching Trump
Medicare for All
Eliminating private insurance
Giving free healthcare to illegal aliens
Free College for illegals
Welfare for illegals
Socialism
Abolishing ICE
Sanctuary cities.
Lawlessness
Supporting Crime
Late term and partial birth abortion
Government funding of abortion
Expanding and stacking the Supreme Court
Judicial activism and judicial tyranny
No separation of powers
Destroying the economy
Eliminating private insurance
Undermining national security and the miliatary
Raising taxes
Restorative Justice (you know what that is)
Gun control
Confiscating guns
Destroying the 1st and 2nd amendments, stomping on the 5th and 14th
Abuse of power
Politicizing the DOJ and FBI
Mobocracy
Supporting domestic terrorists
Resisting democracy — or democratic results

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Timely Questions

Question of the day. A while back, this single-digit reader base would remember I promised to regularly probe some of the deepest questions of our time.

Well, I have one.

A 3-letter news channel interviewed Democrat candidate Michael Bennet. They were talking about Medicare for All, and eliminating private insurance, which he doesn’t seem to support. Bennet claimed Democrats don’t like it that much. They said but Bernie and Elizabeth Warren are getting lots of support. “How do you explain that?” He said ‘well, maybe Democrats are supporting them for other reasons.’ But Bernie is so popular.

So he claims they are supporting them for different reasons. Then he adds that Bernie is one of the most popular politicians in the country, and Elizabeth Warren has a star-celeb status among Dems, too. Naturally they are going to get loads of support, he says. He also asserted that “Medicare for All” schemes were not really plans but an entire ideology.

Now then, let’s reverse engineer that idea. I am old enough to remember when Bernie was a pariah of the Democrat Party. They distanced themselves from him like the plague, at least publicly. He was persona non grata as a member, let alone a credible presidential candidate. He wanted to annex part of New England into Canada for Pete’s sake. Even his incessant utterance of the word “socialism” was repulsive then to much of the Left.

They really did not want much to do with his craziness. Well, times have changed. One thing Democrats don’t count on is for people to have long memories. Bernie is now the most popular and notable Leftist among Democrats. He popularized the term Democratic Socialist and successfully applied it to most of the base. Times do change.

The real question is how did he go from that old Bernie Sanders the crazy, to the new Bernie the trendiest politician? Yet he really did not change his ideas or beliefs. But there is the Left worshiping at his feet. So if anything new is happening on the Left, it has to go through Bernie first. How did he take over the Democrat Party and their base?

It cannot be argued that he is a radical. Democrats in general are radicals. But Bernie is the Pied Piper of Socialism, until someone knocks him off that socialist pedestal. It is his movement. From pariah to proprietor. He’s the gatekeeper to new and cool ideas. I don’t claim to understand it nor can I explain it.

Yet, like the great pyramids or the Sphinx, there he is in full regalia. An anomaly of our times. What of Bennet? He is now the outlier. He was as lost to explain Bernie’s popularity as the Sphinx. The good news for other radical socialists is they don’t have to go through a transition, they can get elected as instant socialist heroes now just like the squad.


(Photo: Bernie Facebook)

Only somehow those are questions the 3-letter news channel cares nothing about probing.

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Iowa Loop Cycle

Is anyone else sick of hearing about Iowa? I remember a time when Iowa was just considered quirky politics. They have that caucus process and all. Then all these states were vying for position by moving up their primaries to compete.

But Iowa remains just as politically turbulent as ever. It seems more like fool’s gold. The fact that people are still chasing it is the real phenomena.

How many fish fries? How many fairs? How many dinners and fundraisers? And do we really care about Iowa anymore?

Seems to me they ruined any credibility they had when they revealed that over 40 percent of Iowans were socialists. By now maybe it is over 5o%, who knows? But who cares anymore?

The media keeps playing this game as if even they care. (but then they care about phone calls to Ukraine too) I would much rather hear about Anti-fa protests in Washington.

What’s Iowa going to change this time? That’s my view and I’m sticking to it — Iowa can stick to theirs. Or just stick it.

(*no offense meant to friends and acquaintances in Iowa)

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AOC Is Grief Stricken

The tears of a commie. I think what happened is AOC confused motherhood with mother earth and believes she is mother earth. Reminds me of an old margarine commercial.

AOC CRIES: Earth Facing ‘Extinction,’ ‘Dreams Of Motherhood Now Taste Bittersweet’

Daily Wire — Ryan Saavedra

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) cried on Friday during a climate alarmist speech in Copenhagen at the C40 World Mayors Summit where she claimed that her “dreams of motherhood now taste bittersweet because of what I know about our children’s future.”

Ocasio-Cortez began her alarmist speech by claiming that humanity was at a crossroads of “extinction or opportunity,” adding that there is “no middle road” on climate policy.

“The climate crisis is already here,” Ocasio-Cortez claimed. “On this note I speak to you not as an elected official or public figure, but I speak to you as a human being — a woman whose dreams of motherhood now taste bittersweet because of what I know about our children’s future, and that our actions are responsible for bringing their most dire possibilities into focus. I speak to you as a daughter and descendant of colonized peoples who have already begun to suffer.”

“It is not a coincidence that these disasters get relatively little media coverage, and that even less of the coverage dares to mention climate change,” Ocasio-Cortez falsely claimed. Media coverage of natural disasters often get significant coverage, with “climate change” being one of the top points parroted by the media.

“It is not a coincidence that the truth is controversial,” Ocasio-Cortez continued. “None of this is a coincidence because climate change is not a coincidence or a scientific anomaly. Climate change is a consequence. It is a consequence of our unsustainable way of life.”

Ocasio-Cortez then suggested that capitalism promotes “lawbreaking pursuit of profit” and that capitalism only benefits “the very few,” despite the fact that capitalism has lifted more people out of extreme poverty than any other economic system.

Ocasio-Cortez then admitted that her far-left $93 trillion plan is really about “chang[ing] society” and “winning” in politics, and that the desired outcomes are to fix “injustice” and promote “equality.”

This is similar to what Ocasio-Cortez’s former chief-of-staff Saikat Chakrabarti admitted during an interview.

The Washington Post reports:

Chakrabarti had an unexpected disclosure. “The interesting thing about the Green New Deal,” he said, “is it wasn’t originally a climate thing at all.” [Sam Ricketts, climate director for Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D)] greeted this startling notion with an attentive poker face. “Do you guys think of it as a climate thing?” Chakrabarti continued. “Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.” [emphasis added]

Article posted at Daily Wire

Well, no middle of her road. I’m not sure she is qualified to speak as a human being. All that Marxist stuff running through her veins would sort of contradict that.

No coverage on the “climate crisis?” That’s all they talk about. The MSM cannot cover a legitimate natural disaster without making it about climate change or Global Warming.

No, it’s not a coincidence or scientific anomaly …. it is pure politics and socialism, about defying all our freedoms and rights. They admit it isn’t about climate change; it’s about their agenda. So what are the consequences of that agenda?

What is really “unsustainable” is their socialist agenda and the supporting government for it. But it doesn’t look like anyone will address that problem soon enough.

Right on the heals of AOC’s statement, Bernie says Elizabeth Warren may be a “capitalist in her bones, but I’m not.” Nope, he’s a commie and past the socialist garden long ago. But he has it exactly backwards. Socialism only benefits few ringmasters, the puppet masters. It is meant to be a transformational thing — to our politics and economy. And they don’t really care about the dire consequences on either of them.

In a few years it will be “the day the music died” — her music and Bernie’s pied piper tune. I’m also wondering if she could be a poltergeist?

It is us who are in the real fight to save ourselves and country from the doom and gloom of AOC and her tribe of commie buddies. That’s a challenge. Why does that thought of someone calling AOC a mom bother me so much?

So maybe I have a little surprise for AOC and her commie pals. There are some things we ain’t ever going to see. And your socialist plans are right at the top of the list.

Perception Is Reality

We are now in the preception is reality phase. We used to be in a perception vs reality stage that depended on some sane people who did not adopt phony perception arguments.

We seem to have moved past that and past all those sane voices.

Those voices are merely drowned out by the masses. All Leftinistas ever needed was enough people to push hard enough to convince people their perception is reality.

Well, we are now at that intersection where there are no red lights, no stop signs, no caution signs. Listen and those voices will tell you where you are and what to feel.

So it means for a lot of people, our world and conditions are whatever leftist radicals say.

Yet I keep hearing about the importance of the “integrity of our elections.” Pelosi prattles on about saving, preserving, protecting, upholding and the rule of law. Gasp.

While claiming to be “saving democracy,” they are actively destroying it – claiming to protect it they are intent on killing it.

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Unified Belief: slouch toward communism

Time for another new term. Commies are up to no good. That is not open for debate. And we now have entered an era I am calling commifusion. You heard the word here first. (always a good sign in coining a new term when even Google never heard of it before)

That is a period in which all political issues, along with the terms of debate, are intentionally fused with communism ideals. Nothing is exempt.

For those dissenters on the left who disagree, it is not possible to say they personally are not affiliated or have no sympathies with communism. That is because all the left practices the same radical tactics that by their nature enshrine and empower Marxist communism. So claiming dissociation does not work.

It is these radical tactics, once used mostly by commie leftists, that are now widely employed, taught and encouraged. Most everyone on the left adopted those terms and thus is a radical activist these days. If you are woke you know it, too. No one can be a stranger to the radical means of politics today. It is the caviar and vodka of the left’s politics and no one can deny that anymore.

That is the way it works with Islamists and Muslims. If you use the same terms and argue the same radical way the jihadis do, then there is no difference. You are lending aid and support to Islamists. (and even they know it) One’s personal belief is irrelevant.

The methodology of the argument is what matters.

In the case of the Left it basically works the same way. You can think or say you are not a radical Marxist but all your efforts help empower and further their agenda. So that even applies to some Republicans, but certainly to many dumb Democrats. The distinction of Socialism not Marxism or communism, is also a pointless one.

Years ago, Bart Stupak tried to stand up for an old coalition — albeit a small one — of pro-life Democrats. He found out his views were not welcome any longer. The DNC could not tolerate counter views or their message. But up until that point, he was only fooling himself that they mattered within the Party. It is the way homogenized radicalism works. You either survive on the nature of radical Marxism or you don’t survive, period.

Those are the left’s terms for all politics today.

Who is fooling whom? Either they contribute to cannibalism or become a victim of it. There is no third choice. Commifusion is the product, radicalism is the means.

 

PS:you might check this out too…

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Lost And Found

Now for the 2020 election forecast.

Lost: an entire political party that believed in anything else besides socialism, Marxism, lawlessness and the culture of death. Last seen sometime in the 1900’s.

Like it just vanished from the earth.

It is not missed just lost. (no reward) Direct inquiries to the Pied Piper of Socialism.

Found: the soul of America.

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I Wonder….

I am featuring a new segment on this provocative blog. It will be called “I wonder.” I may probe some of the strangest questions of current politics and culture.

In this first installment, I wonder… how Democrats can run on a platform against high healthcare costs? When Dems have run on healthcare over ten years, yet these costs are the direct result of their policies and actions.

Healthcare premiums and deductibles of have exploded, exponentially, while Dems claimed they were fixing healthcare. And how’d that work out for you?

Now Dems want people to support and vote for them based on those high healthcare costs.

I’m still wondering… and they are still wandering.

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Bernie on roll losing votes?

Townhall — Matt Vespa

You know, it’s hard to lose votes as a Democrat in San Francisco. It may be even harder to lose voters if you’re a self-identified democratic socialist. The Left coast is brimming with them. And yet, Sen. Bernie Sanders has managed to lose a voter in San Francisco for simply being a bad customer at a local restaurant. He was a miserable curmudgeon apparently. He was rude to the owner’s staff. That owner says he’s lost his vote. It may be just one vote,…/

MORE at: https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2019/08/28/he-lost-my-vote-san-francisco-restaurant-owner-trashes-bernie-sanders-for-being-rude-to-his-staff-n2552315

Well, what do you expect? Ever met a real nice socialist or commie? That’s kind of their thing. He could be following Kirsten Gillibrand, who’s motto is “I’m not very polite!”

A Note To Veggie Pimps

Hey, you want to make me eat more “Vegetables”?
Then stop relating all my favorite veggies to sex organs in ads. You can start there.

Hell, are you going to rob them of their innocence too? Geesh. You’re never done, are you?

But calling someone a vegetable is not particularly endearing, you know. Shouldn’t do that.

Got a problem with any of that? Talk to the turnip! (he’s on my side)

Yeah, I’m talking to you veggie police, the anti-meat gestapo. I know you’re out there!

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