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How can I be so sure “Women for Kavanaugh” are paid professional protesters?

Filed in National by on October 6, 2018 2 Comments

Only this…

Women for Kavanaugh, and many others who support this very good man, are gathering all over Capital Hill in preparation for a 3-5 P.M. VOTE. It is a beautiful thing to see – and they are not paid professional protesters who are handed expensive signs. Big day for America!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 6, 2018

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I agree with Donald Trump Jr. – Fuck Joe Manchin

Filed in National by on October 6, 2018 9 Comments

No sooner had Joe Manchin announced that he would be voting for Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump Jr. trolled him with this tweet

A real profile in courage from Lyin’ liberal @JoeManchinWV. Waited until Kavanugh had enough votes secured before he announced his support. I bet he had another press release ready to go if Collins went the other way. 

West Virginia – Vote for champion @MorriseyWV!

…and he is right. Manchin deserves all the scorn Trump Jr (and the voters of West Virginia) can heap on him.

When Democrats give voters the choice between a real Republican and a fake Republican the only reasonable choice for Republicans is to vote for the real Republican. Similarly, the only reasonable choice for Democrats is to not vote.

When Democrats vote for collaborationist lackeys like Manchin who support the GOP in their ongoing criminal and anti-American activities, all they are doing is weakening the efforts of Democrats who are trying to oppose the GOP in their ongoing criminal and anti-American activities.

Bottom line – Fuck Joe Manchin.

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Soon we will be asked to accept that Brett Kavanaugh is a wise and even-handed judge

Filed in National by on October 5, 2018 8 Comments

Chris Coons will be leading the march to rehabilitate Judge Drunky Blackout-Rapist. Why? Because we all have to pretend that the Supreme Court is virtuous, great and mighty and that the Senate that voted him in is dignified and above board.

Pretend, pretend, pretend or it all comes crashing down. Duncan Black said it first, and better.

This will be the impulse if Kavanaugh is confirmed. For the good of the country, we must respect the majesty of the Senate and the glory of our constitution and most of all the supreme respectability and nonpartisanitude of the Supreme Court and the majest of the LAW. Whatever the reality.

Pressures to conform will be high. Pointing out that the club is maggot infested garbage is the quickest way to get yourself kicked out of the club.

It will still fall to assholes like me* on the internet.

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Song of the Day – 80s/protest/Gay Wrap Up – The Pogues “Fairytale of New York”

Filed in National by on October 5, 2018 0 Comments

It isn’t a protest song per se, but this Pogues song captures the scam that has been run on the middle class and poor and squeezes it into a Christmas song that is maudlin, happy, nostalgic, and timely all at the same time. The fairytale of New York is also the fairytale of America and […]

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A vote for Ken Simpler is a vote for Donald Trump

Filed in National by on October 5, 2018 42 Comments
A vote for Ken Simpler is a vote for Donald Trump

It is the so-called “decent” Republicans who are keeping Trump in office through their silent complicity. Every Republican who is not on the record is a Trump supporter. Every vote for a Trump supporter is a vote for Trump.

A vote for Ken Simpler is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for Ernesto Lopez is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for Greg Lavelle is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for Rob Arlett is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for Scott Walker is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for Bernard Pepukayi is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for James Spadola is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for Bryan Kapitanic is a vote for Donald Trump. A vote for Colin Bonini

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Song of The Day – “Tubthumping” by Chumbawamba

Filed in National by on October 4, 2018 3 Comments

Chumbawamba’s song “Tubthumping” is perhaps the most misunderstood one hit wonder in all of pop music. More an anarchist performance collective than a band, in 1997 Chumbawamba decided to try and expand the anti-“New Labor” audience with an instantly accessible, high energy drinking song. The anti-New Labour sentiment wasn’t exactly explicit in the lyrics, but […]

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Colleen Davis could have used a primary

Filed in National by on October 3, 2018 1 Comment
Colleen Davis could have used a primary

In style and substance Ken Simpler is the Brett Kavanaugh of Delaware politics. A vote for Simpler is a vote for Trump. He should be in the fight of his political life right now, he isn’t.

Colleen Davis announced her run against Simpler in June, then nothing. A primary race would have allowed her to get some earned media, sharpen her message, build her team, raise money and start hitting Simpler where he is weak – on the fact that he is a Trump-loving Republican.

It cost $4,623.28 to file for Treasurer. That could have been a good early investment.

That said, Kathy Jennings got a primary and where’s her campaign?

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Song of the Day – U2/The Alarm Protest(ish) Pop

Filed in National by on October 3, 2018 0 Comments

I saw The Alarm play at the UofD field house (maybe 1987). They had a hit with this song, “68 Guns” which has a protest-y vibe that is pure veneer. There is no political message whatsoever. Like Twisted Sister shaking its fist at “the man” signifying nothing, this song amounts to not much more than […]

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Coons’ Version of Bipartisan Comity is Still a HUGE Load of Bullshit

Filed in National by on October 2, 2018 25 Comments
Coons’ Version of Bipartisan Comity is Still a HUGE Load of Bullshit

Jack Markell is full of it as well. His 760,000 word editorial never addresses the fact that Coons’ version of bipartisan comity is a sham because it will never be reciprocated by Republicans who haven’t been on an Adventure Holiday to Africa with Coons, and who are ALSO not running for anything.

While he allows early on that nothing will probably come of Coons’ recent triumph of bipartisan comity, he then drones on for what seems like hours without ever mentioning that the modern GOP is the problem. They have NOBODY (that isn’t named Flake) interested in Coons style bipartisan comity. “Potemkin Village” actually over-states how legitimate Coons style bipartisan comity is.

No convinced? Look up who else was on that Adventure Holiday with Coons and see how they vote on Kavanaugh. Two things need to be in place for Coons style bipartisan comity to work. The cross-aisle buddy has to be NOT RUNNING FOR ANYTHING, and must have been on an Adventure Holiday with Coons.

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Why Did Kavanaugh Go Full Asshole?

Filed in National by on October 2, 2018 10 Comments

“Everybody knows you never go full retard.”
– Kirk Lazarus

Duncan Black has a theory that makes a hell of a lot of sense.

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Song of the Day – Bronski Beat

Filed in National by on October 2, 2018 2 Comments

Young homosexual men may find it hard to believe that being openly gay in the 1980’s was an act of protest in and of itself.

An all openly gay band singing gay themed hit songs seemed as implausible as electing a gay President. And yet, the all gay Bronski Beat achieved success in the mid-1980s with a Hi-NRG sound and lyrics focused on anti-gay prejudice.
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It is not an election, it is a movement.

Filed in National by on October 1, 2018 5 Comments
It is not an election, it is a movement.

The National Republican Congressional Committee has canceled its TV reservations for Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-KS), making him the sixth House incumbent that either the group or its closely aligned super-PAC are leaving for dead heading into the campaign’s final month. The NRCC canceled the ads in recent days, GOP sources confirm, walking away from Yoder […]

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“Kathy McGuiness to Drop From Auditors Race Citing Multiple Conflicts of Interest”

Filed in National by on October 1, 2018 37 Comments
“Kathy McGuiness to Drop From Auditors Race Citing Multiple Conflicts of Interest”

The above headline still has, remarkably, not run anywhere. Nevertheless, Spads is hitting the airwaves making this valid point. James Spadola, the Republican nominee for Delaware State Auditor, attacked his Democratic opponent Kathy McGuiness, citing a conflict of interest over campaign contributions and endorsements accepted from state leaders, the same people she’ll have to hold […]

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