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    So Trump said last night how much he learned about COVID when he got sick. 200,000 dead Americans didn't move him, but 8 months in he gets sick and now he says he learned something. What a waste of a human.

    Also evidence suggests he didn't learn "a lot" if anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robotman View Post
    House candidate and Hitler Youth, Madison Cawthorn, is in the news again.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/202...k-non-n1244531

    A House candidate considered a rising star in the GOP launched a campaign attack website accusing a critic of going "to work for non-white males, like Cory Booker, who aims to ruin white males running for office."
    Gee, between this and going on vacation to visit Hitler's old fortress and refer to him by the honorific "the Fuhrer", this guy sure seems like he might not be on the anti-Nazi level, y'know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChadH View Post
    Once again, I will remind you that A BIPARTISAN POLICY WAS SUBMITTED TO TRUMP IN 2016.

    You seem to ignore what you don’t want to hear.
    No need to shout. It's possible to miss a post, especially at a period of high activity on the board, like shortly after presidential debate.

    You made a vague reference to a bipartisan plan in a post last night. If you have any links on it, I would appreciate it. Are Democrats on the record saying that they will implement this plan when in office?
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    No one has, or is saying now, who you shouldn't vote for.

    I am saying that Biden being a "Business As Usual..." Democrat is not perplexing. It is what he is running on.
    One of the arguments is that Trump is so deeply flawed, that a business as usual Democratic party politician is a tremendous step up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Chou Lives View Post
    Yeah we need compete reform, President and get rid of Trump cultist senators.

    That is true change. Otherwise if Joe is president all he can do is u do Trumps damage, the GOP senate again will fight him and cue next election ( if alive/capable he is 68) they will blame him for everything that went wrong.

    Also co sister the following:

    The majority of the MAGA are Evangelicals. I decided to look up what the fuck that means. It means these crazy white southerners want America to occupy Israel completely.

    They believe in doing that the Rapture occurs, they get beamed to Heaven and everyone else condemned to Hell fire and brimestone.

    This is not Christianity. This is a death cult that just happens to get good press as it calls itself Christsin.

    Biden is 78. He is probably not running for another term. He is already older than any Governor in the Untetd States. The most significant American political executive who is older is Carolyn Goodman, mayor of Las Vegas, which is a comparison that I doubt that he would care for.

    One he might like is that Benjamin Franklin became President of Pennsylvania (the title used for the state's chief executive at the time) just before his 80th birthday.
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    On this date, in 2014, in 2015, and in 2016, "Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day" published profiles of former Kansas Congressman Tim Huelskamp, a man who claims President Obama is using the military as guinea pigs to promote a gay agenda, has accused the Supreme Court of demeaning Jesus by overturning bans on gay marriage, and while questioning the Secretary of the Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs, took the time to ask why Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid doesn’t like veterans, refusing to apologize for the query after the fact. Huelskamp isn’t just anti-gay, though, he’s also got a terrible record on women’s issues, and all too often in his attacks on their right to choose, he compares abortion to slavery. And just to give you an idea of how utterly toxic this guy is, even is own party can’t stand him. Huelskamp was stripped of his committee posts in 2012 along with Justin Amash and David Schweikert because, as one anonymous GOP aide put it, “They were the most egregious assholes in the House Republican Conference.” Our update from 2015 featured the disgraceful rhetoric of Huelskamp actually finding a way to somehow get worse, as he called the failed effort by the House Freedom Caucus to not fund the Department of Homeland Security as an example of Speaker John Boehner “surrendering the Constitution to the left”, called the Iran nuclear deal “not a deal, but a gift to radical Islam”, gave a speech on the floor of the House where he claimed Planned Parenthood is racist “and targets minority communities for destruction and elimination”, and ten minutes before Pope Francis spoke before Congress, Huelskamp decided to mark the occasion to get on Twitter and attack Vice President Joe Biden, a fellow Catholic of “voting for years to kill babies”. We are thrilled to report that in the 2016 elections, Huelskamp was defeated in the GOP Primary, and no longer is serving as a testament to how little oxygen a brain can survive with in our nation’s capitol.

    On this date in 2017, as well as 2018, “Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day” profiled the now-former U.S. House Representative from Virginia’s 5th Congressional District Tom Garrett, who was photographed miling with Jason Kessler, the piece of human garbage that organized the Neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that led to the death of Heather Heyer. And Garrett is such a f***ing scumbag himself that after Heyer’s death, he still had the unmitigated gall to go on Fox Business Channel to try and “both sides” the situation and claim “we’ve worked since 1776 to erase horrible flaws like slavery and second-class citizenship and to think that my child might be born into a world where we’re regressing is genuinely frightening.” Which, the United States did not “work since 1776 to erase slavery”, as the country trucked along for four score and seven years before something was done about it, and we had to have a whole civil war about the issue before it was settled. Mweanwhile, Garrett had, as a legislator, represented the passions of the Neo-Nazis who were there to talk about their precious Confederate monuments, like when he co-sponsored as a state legislator to preserve said monuments. Now, Rep. Garrett rode the Alt-Right hatred stoked by Donald Trump’s presidential campaign into office in 2016, coming out of a five year tenure from the Virginia State Senate where he co-sponsored legislation to criminalize oral and anal sex between teenagers (oddly specific to worry about those kinds, and not the kinds that could result in teen pregnancies), attempts to drug test welfare recipients, voting against efforts to offer LGBT citizens protections against discrimination, votes against equal rights for women, as well as votes for mandatory ultrasounds prior to an abortion that would make Ken Cuccinelli proud, co-sponsoring a Personhood bill, and attempts at voter suppression through unnecessary stricter Voter ID requirements. All of that was his resume to replace Virginia Congressman and CSGOPOTD Robert Hurt as the Republican representative for Virginia’s 5th Congressional District after being picked at the GOP’s party convention for this seat (which usually results in more conservative candidates in Virginia), and then defeating Jane Dittmar with 58% of the vote in a traditionally conservative seat. At the debate with Dittmar a few weeks prior to the 2016 election, Garrett mentioned that our election was “rigged”, echoing a certain oranged-hued cretin on the presidential ticket, argued vehemently in favor of the 2nd Amendment being unimpeded, claiming that Democrats trying to pass a law to prevent terrorists on the “no fly list” from being able to buy firearms was “racist”, and when presented with a question about curtailing gun violence, scoffed, saying ,“the question is fallacious on its face, because homicides and suicides aren’t caused by gun use, they’re caused by people, that’s like saying that home construction is caused by hammer use.” Garrett’s campaign rhetoric, of course, also was stuffed full of as much anti-immigrant bigotry as possible, fanning the flames of xenophobia about immigrants from Central America, as well as Muslim immigrants from Somalia, and going as far as to claim that “Sharia Law” was a threat rising around the globe. While serving in his one term in office, in an MSNBC interview where Garrett admitted most of the House GOP hadn’t read the healthcare repeal bill they were about to vote on in Congress, and were just asking their staff to do it for them. At a town hall in May of 2017, when asked about Trump’s potential collusion with the Russians, Garrett set the bar for the President of the United States about as low as it can get by downplaying complaints about his poliices by saying they’re “small potatoes compared to Nazi Germany”. Going into 2018, Garrett’s pals from hate groups were going to be brought up REPEATEDLY so that voters heading to the polls know that if they don’t want a guy who’s palling around with Nazis… at least that’s what we thought until Garrett abruptly announced that he wouldn’t be running for a second term in office in March of 2018, instead choosing to seek out treatment for alcoholism. That might just be the cover story, though, as about two months later, it was revealed that Garrett and his wife had managed to spend their first year and half working in the capitol treating their Congressional staff like their personal servants,forcing them to do their grocery shopping, laundry pick-up, and cleaning up dog poop, among other menial tasks on the taxpayer’s dime. We wish him the finest of luck with treating his alcoholism, and even more luck in f***ing right off and never re-entering politics.
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    On this date one year ago, “Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day” had our original profile of Scott Taylor, the former U.S. House Representative from Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District who served one term in office from 2017-2019, after winning in office in 2016 with 61% of the vote. This was after a failed 2010 run for the same seat where he lost in the GOP Primary to Scott Rigell. As a member of the Virginia State Senate from 2013-2016 prior to that, Taylor had a 0% rating from NARAL for his votes on abortion, including attempts to defunding Planned Parenthood.

    During his one term in office in Congress, Scott Taylor supported Donald Trump’s bigoted Muslim Ban, and voted for some of the GOP’s s***tiest piece of legislation, including (but not limited to) the GOP’s attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the GOP’s insane tax plan/scam, to uphold the rights of the mentally incompetent to continue to own firearms, and not have them taken away without a judge's written order, to allow internet providers to sell the data information of their customers' internet usage to businesses, a 20 week ban on abortion, and voted for the repeal of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    Alas, Scott Taylor ended up being undone by a scandal that is becoming all-too-common for modern Republicans, and that is their inability to find people willing to sign a petition to put them on a ballot, and hiring staffers to do it who are too lazy, and prefer to just forge them. Dozens of people in Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District came forward to say, “I SIGNED WHAT?” Other folks didn’t say anything about having signed Taylor’s petition, as it’s hard for the press to get a quote out of anyone who is, y’know DEAD.

    Thus, Taylor was forced to have to sue to keep his name on the ballot, at all, and ended up losing in his 2018 re-election effort with only 48% of the vote against Democrat Elaine Luria. Three staffers involved in forging signatures have been indicted for far.


    Rather than Scott Taylor trying to avenge that loss of his House seat after a scandal of that magnitude… he briefly decided to instead run for U.S. Senate to challenge Democratic Senator Mark Warner. There was a time when Republicans were at least held into account by their party for a scandal like forging ballot signatures, and we’d see an end to their political aspirations outright (folks like Thadeus McCotter or Annette Bosworth). But after initial polling showed that Taylor would get boat-raced by Warner, he opted to try to get his seat in the House back, after all. He is currently trailing Elaine Luria in polls, because the secret to his success (fraud) is public knowledge. We believe he will be losing in eleven days’ time, and hopefully take the hint and f*** off out of American politics.
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    https://youtu.be/cgDCjqAR8Uo

    Tucker Carlson schooled on how to deal with climate change. This is the shit we got to hear people.

    It’s not about denying anyone anything but trying to make product that runs on other shit, otherwise who is going to get the gas money when a ton of us are dead?!

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    Schumer is now pulling every procedural trick in the book to slow down the SCOTUS confirmation process.


    Doesn't he realize that the stress could kill McConnell??
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulBullion View Post
    Schumer is now pulling every procedural trick in the book to slow down the SCOTUS confirmation process.


    Doesn't he realize that the stress could kill McConnell??
    Guess he learned some things from McConnell when Merrick Garland was named. At least he's doing it to block a racist, fanatical piece of trash and not a fine judge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by worstblogever View Post
    Family Separation was an anti-immigration plan submitted by Stephen Miller, a hateful little white nationalist.

    At different points over the past 4 years, Mets has taken up the cause of defending Stephen Miller from that label, because, as I recall at the time, "he is Jewish". No matter how obvious it is that a policy is a white nationalist policy, written by a white nationalist, and it's a cruel way to torture children...

    He's pushed back against criticism of it.

    So I can't say I'm surprised to see that's still the case.
    As I have commented before, being Jewish does NOT preclude one from ALSO being a Nazi/neo-Nazi.

    In the world of fiction, check out the Ryan Gosling movie, THE BELIEVER, in which he plays a self-loathing Jewish man who joins a neo-Nazi group and gets caught up in a plot to bomb his home synagogue.

    In real life history, check out the likes of Erhard Milch, who was 'Aryanized' by Hitler himself for his service to the Nazi party.

    https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/a...n-nazi-germany

    https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-...209-story.html

    So...its absolutely fair to look at the policies Miller has shaped and pushed and call him a Nazi/Neo-Nazi, based solely on the facts and the evidence. There is FACTUAL historical precedent for Jewish men joining the ACTUAL Nazi Party (as well as modern day loser neo-Nazi wank circles), and pretending like his Jewishness somehow prevents him from embracing and/or pushing for genocide against 'illegal immigrants' does no one any favors.

    To sum up, 'But he's Jewish!' is not a defense for his awfulness, no matter what his defenders may think. Such a defense generally does more to reveal that the people who work so hard at defending him...by playing on racial/cultural stereotypes of Jewish people instead of evidence...revel in their own ignorance (and casual bigotry disguised as performative 'wokeness') more than anything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinderel View Post
    As I have commented before, being Jewish does NOT preclude one from ALSO being a Nazi/neo-Nazi.

    In the world of fiction, check out the Ryan Gosling movie, THE BELIEVER, in which he plays a self-loathing Jewish man who joins a neo-Nazi group and gets caught up in a plot to bomb his home synagogue.

    In real life history, check out the likes of Erhard Milch, who was 'Aryanized' by Hitler himself for his service to the Nazi party.

    https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/a...n-nazi-germany

    https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-...209-story.html

    So...its absolutely fair to look at the policies Miller has shaped and pushed and call him a Nazi/Neo-Nazi, based solely on the facts and the evidence. There is FACTUAL historical precedent for Jewish men joining the ACTUAL Nazi Party (as well as modern day loser neo-Nazi wank circles), and pretending like his Jewishness somehow prevents him from embracing and/or pushing for genocide against 'illegal immigrants' does no one any favors.

    To sum up, 'But he's Jewish!' is not a defense for his awfulness, no matter what his defenders may think. Such a defense generally does more to reveal that the people who work so hard at defending him...by playing on racial/cultural stereotypes of Jewish people instead of evidence...revel in their own ignorance (and casual bigotry disguised as performative 'wokeness') more than anything else.
    Hilter was born Jewish. Used his political paper to reforge his birth papers to erase that detail out.

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    https://youtu.be/3sdoq8IlTq0

    Okay. So unless you treat him with kid gloves, he plans to make where you live Hell?! And he wants a third term?! This guy. Plotting to punish people due to voting is higher on the treason scale than Nixon.

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    https://youtu.be/dU8mBI0vCxM

    Trump going on Twitter to figure out if he won or not.

    I believe he is officially mental defective if he could not tell when he was being played as a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Chou Lives View Post
    Hilter was born Jewish. Used his political paper to reforge his birth papers to erase that detail out.
    No he wasn't. There is some evidence that his grandfather may have been Jewish, but that doesn't mean he was "born Jewish".

    Otherwise I am enjoying your posts.
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