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President Hillary Clinton would like to remind you of something.
What the fuck is your problem, America??
I’m Hillary goddamn Clinton. I’m a political prodigy, have been since I was 16. I have an insane network of powerful friends. I’m willing to spend the next eight years catching shit on all sides, all so I can fix this fucking country for you. And all you little bitches need to do is get off your asses one goddamn day in November.
“Oh but what about your eeeemaaaaillls???” Shut the fuck up. Seriously, shut the fuck up and listen for one fucking second.
Here’s all you need to know about me:
In 1992, I said I was proud to have followed my career instead of baking cookies.
Every time I have a job, y’all love me. Every time I run for anything, the GOP breaks out the big guns again and fucks me up good. And apparently it fucking works.
She was a terrible chair. Good riddance, but why wait until next week? Get the hell out already. As the 2016 Democratic National Convention kicks off, Committee Charwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned from her position under pressure as the party moved to contain the damage from a massive cache of leaked emails that suggested the […]
With a steady diet of this doom and gloom misanthropy, is it any wonder Donald Trump thinks (in spite of all evidence to the contrary) that America is a fucking shit hole? There is no pretense of objectivity. There is only wall to wall hate and fear mongering. Pickled in this hatred and myopic gloom, Donald Trump is ready to give birth to a new age in America. An age of “LAW AND ORDER” and an age completely unburdened by the debilitating effects of “political correctness.” In short an age of one man, one vote. His vote.
Mandatory sentencing was a horrible idea, so this is most welcome. What I think is shows though, is that the biggest differences between Democrats and Republicans is that Democrats can be swayed by evidence and change their minds. WILMINGTON — Gov. Jack Markell signed into law Tuesday a bill eliminating some mandatory life punishments and […]
RedState.com Appears to be the last redoubt of anti-Trumpism in the GOP, so I was curious to read their take on Ted Cruz’ speech and the resulting hub-bub.
Former football coach and Donald Trump booster Lou Holtz dumbs it down and sums it all up. He is angry and he is not going to learn your language or make pretend that your religion is real. Nobody, of course, is trying to make Lou Holtz learn Pashtun, or even Spanish, or even reasonably decent English. Nobody is trying to get Lou Holtz to celebrate Ramadan. But the idea that he has to choose “English” at the ATM is exactly the same thing as being forced to study the Koran. It fills him with a righteous rage. And Soccer…? Jesus Christ, why is there so much soccer on Lou Holtz’ goddam TV?!?!?
Poor George… Former President George W. Bush confided to his closest ex-aides that he fears Donald Trump’s nomination could hasten the downfall of the Republican Party, according to a Politico story out Tuesday. “I’m worried that I will be the last Republican President,” Bush told former aides and advisers at an April reunion in Dallas. […]
Charlie Copeland has said that he fully supports Donald Trump and the GOP platform. Furthermore, he has said that the party is unified in that support. So, I wonder if he, and all Republican candidates for office, would be willing to answer the following questions:
- Do you agree that abortion in Delaware should be illegal in all cases, with no exceptions for rape or women’s health?
- Do you support that passage of a law requiring the Bible to be taught in all Delaware public schools?
- Do you agree that being anti-abortion, and anti-gay rights should constitute a litmus test for appointing “family values” judges to Delaware courts?
- Do you reject any and all gun control measures in Delaware out hand?
This is Trump’s GOP. It is the agenda that Charlie Copeland has pledged his and his party’s loyalty to. Whether or not Republican office seekers are willing to answer those questions, at least they should be asked.
One thing to keep in mind while you watch (or intentionally avoid watching) the clusterfuck in Cleveland: Trump voters should feel deeply ashamed, especially the party types like Charlie Copeland. A deep feeling of shame and disgust is perfectly appropriate. Here is the Rude Pundit on that topic: The mea culpas are coming fast and […]
I know Charlie Copeland is smart. So I know he doesn’t believe the nonsense and rationalizations about Trump coming out of his own mouth. He no doubt hopes Trump loses without stripping away the last few shreds of the GOP’s dignity. That way Copeland can go on to helping candidates who are more adept at keeping their bigotries quiet, like Ken Simpler, get elected.
As for the rest of the Republicans quoted in this weekend’s News Journal piece, like Gary Simpson, they are idiots. They have internalized the lie that Secretary Clinton is the anti-christ, or the lie that Donald Trump can be the strong man “America needs” or both.
As for Delaware Republicans not going to the convention, all of them are voting for Trump. ALL of them. Every Republican knee will bend. Except one. Wilmington Booster, Ken Grant, has actual friends who are black and or Muslim, and he knows what a Trump victory would mean for them and the country. Everyone other Delaware Republican is voting for Trump. Every one.
When it comes to making sure the Democrats have some kind of coherent brand statement, Tom Carper isn’t a team player. And why is that? I happen to think that he believes he represents West Virginia in the Senate. It’s a theory. I didn’t say it was a great theory, but just check out the party break down (as expressed by the Cook Partisan Voting Index (PVI)) for the other conservative Dem Senators quoted in the Hill article.
- Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) R+3
- Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) R+5
- Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) Even
- Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) R+2
- Tom Carper (D-DE) D+8
Look how Carper sticks out like a sore thumb. …an infected, pus-filled, throbbing sore thumb. Now look how it makes sense if he is under some delusion that he is representing the Mountain State.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has ramped up her criticism of Donald Trump in recent days, going so far as to say late Monday that the businessman is a “faker” who must release his tax returns. “He is a faker,” Ginsburg said in an interview with CNN. “He has no consistency about him. He […]
Carney inexplicably STILL wants to cut the state budget, not grow it. In spite of all of the evidence to the contrary, he still views debt as an anathema, and growth killing austerity as a virtue. He basically still believes in the utter failed Republican economics of trickle down. It makes no sense, and in the era of very cheap borrowing, it is the exact opposite of what we should actually be doing.
And what’s worse, the markets have taken notice.[See Swiss Negative Yield Bonds] Smart money is beginning to adjust to the new normal and accept the fact that deficit hawks and austerity evangelists like Carney are determined to strangle economic growth with their wrongheadedness – which would be simply goofy at this point, were it not so pernicious. Here is Paul Krugman on the topic:
John Carney’s Economic Vision for Delaware – Giving money and regulatory breaks to wealthy companies and taking money away from…state workers?
I don’t think I’m reading between the lines to say that Carney’s plan is more of the same giveaways (both monetary and regulatory) to large corporations: John understands that the role of government in promoting a strong economy is to create an environment where businesses can thrive and invest in Delaware. That means moving faster […]
I’ve been too depressed to read much, but this is so worth it. (Thanks to Dorian Gray for the link) And yet, two pieces of writing published on conservative news sites on Friday morning, as well as an extraordinary Facebook Live chat with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, suggest that the combination of Thursday night’s […]
John Daniello’s bulk mail form letter was the kind of move one would expect an 84 year old man to make. He may have been the winningest, most effective, most Republican-hating Chair in the world, but it is time to move on. According to Mike Matthews (via FB) it has been time for him to […]
Townsend’s reply to John Daniello – “Why don’t you go f#ck yourself” (paraphrase) & and who else got one?
Bryan Townsend, and presumably other Democratic candidates in primary battles like Pete Schwartzkopf, got letters asking them to bow out of their respective races. While I hope Sneaky Pete takes John Daniello up on this idiotic bullshit and lets Don Peterson win by default, I think Townsend has a pretty good response.
Trump said: But you know what he did well? He killed terrorists. He did that so good. They didn’t read them the rights—they didn’t talk, they were a terrorist, it was over.” All of that, in addition to being crazy, is simply not true. Saddam Hussein is estimated to have killed tens of thousands of […]
While we bicker over emails, it is easy to forget that real honest to goodness crimes on a massive scale were perpetrated by George Bush, Dick Cheney and Tony Blair. None of whom have seen the inside of a jail cell, and they never will.
The Chilcot Report on the UK invasion of Iraq has finally been released, seven years after it was announced, and many years after its completion (it was delayed for years over the release of government documents and memos that were contained in its pages)….
One of the most damning soundbites from the report was a memo from Blair to GW Bush reading, “I will be with you whatever,” which is a part of a series of communications between the two leaders in which they start from the conclusion that they want to invade Iraq and topple the Saddam Hussein government, and work backwards to figure out how to present the evidence that will make the case that they have no choice but to do this.
I’d love to see the libertarians rise up and build something out of the GOP’s rubble. Something based on rationality and reason rather than the base superstitions and tribal hate that the Republican’s hold dear.
I’m not optimistic about it having read Libertarian Presidential candidate, Gary Johnson’s response to a softball faith question posed by CNN’s Chris Cuomo:
I’ll be trolling some Republican family members this weekend. Let me know in the comments if I’ve forgotten anything.
“I’m glad Bill Clinton talked Donald Trump into getting into the GOP primary. Who could have ever guessed that he’d actually win the nomination? Bill Clinton, I suppose.”
“The Benghazi hearing really helped out Clinton this year. Do you think Trey Gowdy was being paid by the Clinton Foundation? It sure seems like it.”
“How stupid must Mitch McConnell feel now that Merrick Garland said he would have probably voted to uphold that abortion ban? Pretty stupid I’d imagine.”
“Yes, the famous Stonewall Inn was named after Stonewall Jackson. He was gayer than Liberace. Didn’t you see Ken Burns’ documentary. Jackson was basically “out” for his day.”