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I might jew bastard !
Well, then-- GET IT DONE!
DON'T DARE TO !
That's understood, bigmouthed coward! LOL
The mangina truly is a craven coward.
Now here is an article about how the Democratic leadership is abandoning
Wait, WHAT? Democrats Think That They Aren’t Unethical ENOUGH?
There are so many things in today’s post-Kavanugh confirmation Politico
piece that might explode an ethics-savvy readers’ head, the CDC should seek
leave to ban it as a menace to public health. The Thing is titled,
Democrats Fear They’re the Wet Rag Party: Kavanaugh’s victory leaves many on
the left saying it’s time to get mad—and even, and better proof of the
reality of Trump Derangement and the ethics collapse of the Left would be
hard to find.
A digression: Well, not TOO hard. A novelist and passionate progressive
blogger named Chuck Wendig published this Twitter rant after the
There will be renewed calls for civility. Ignore them. They ask for civility
as a way for you to grant them complicity in what they do. Civility is for
normalcy. When things are normal and working as intended, civility is part
of maintaining balance. But when that balance is gone, civility does not
help return it but rather, destabilize it further. Because your civility
gives them cover for evil. Note: this isn’t the same as calling for
violence. But it is suggesting that you should not be shamed for using
vigorous, vulgar language. Or for standing up in disobedience. Or for
demanding acknowledgement and action in whatever way you must.
Fuck Trump. But he’s just the ugly fake-gold mask they’ve put on this thing.
Fuck all the GOP, fuck that blubbering, bristling frat boy judge, fuck
McConnell, Ryan, Grassley, Collins, every last one of them. Fuck them for
how they’ve shamed victims and helped dismantle democracy. They will tell
you to smile, that we need to get back to business, that we gotta heal the
rift and blah blah blah — but that’s the desire of a savvy bully, who wants
you to stop crying after he hit you, who wants you not to fight back. But
you can cry. And you can fight back. They can eat shit. All of them. They
can eat a boot covered in shit. Winter is coming, you callous fucknecks, you
prolapsed assholes, you grotesque monsters, you racists and rapists and
wretched abusers, you vengeful petty horrors.
Sidenote: some will tell you to be civil because our rage and scorn will
fuel the other side, but fuck that double standard in both its ears.
Well, if you hadn’t said those SASSY WORDS and demonstrated ANGER at our
whittled-down democracy, I for a second might’ve been convinced not to eat
this baby. But fie! Fie on you! Your incivility MADE me eat this baby!”
Spoiler warning: they were always gonna eat that baby.
PS— It’s okay if you’re not okay.
I keep hearing the talking point that confirming Kavanaugh somehow
undermined democracy. This is essentially a Big Lie, which the Democrats and
“the resistance,” being totalitarians in training, are employing with
increasing frequency, if not deftness. Democracy is allowing elected
Presidents to appoint qualified judges to the Supreme Court, which is what
Trump did, and the Democrats tried to prevent. Our democracy demands the
presumption of innocence and due process, which Democrats tried to declare
null and void. Our democracy demands equal justice under law, which means
that accusers and the accused both have rights, and one gender isn’t
accorded greater deference than the other.
How did poor Chuck’s brains and values get this scrambled?
End of digression: back to Politico. Reporter John Harris tells us that
Democrats think they were too nice when they employed every cheap trick,
unfair avenue of inquiry and a series of late, legally and factually dubious
attacks on Kavanaugh’s character to defeat or at least delay his
Does this post-confirmation quote make your head explode?
“They are more ruthless,” said Jennifer Palmieri, who over a quarter-century
has served as a top aide to Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack
Obama. “And I don’t want to be like them. … The answer can’t be for
Democrats to be just as cynical.”
A veteran CLINTON aide says Republicans are more ruthless, after Democrats
orchestrated a smear campaign in which a judge with an unblemished personal
and professional career was repeatedly called a sexual predator and a serial
rapist in the absence of any reliable evidence whatsoever?
How about this one:
This is more or less the Michelle Obama Doctrine, as articulated at the 2016
Democratic convention, just a few weeks before Hillary Clinton lost to
Donald Trump: “When they go low, we go high.” Post-Kavanaugh Democrats
interviewed this weekend aren’t exactly repudiating this idea—but they are
qualifying it in important ways. As they articulate it, their answer is to
be more realistic about what they see as Republicans’ strategy to disregard
principle and process in their pursuit of power—as they argue the GOP did in
ramming through Kavanaugh despite accusations of sexual assault—and more
disciplined in a long-term way in fighting back.
What alternate universe is Michelle blathering about? High? Refusing to
accept the results of the election is high? Boycotting the President’s
Inauguration and pressuring performers not to help the nation celebrate
democracy in its traditional day of bi-partisan welcome to a new POTUS is
high? Calling for impeachment before a new President takes office is high?
Proposing or attempting one effort to defy the election after another—See
Impeachment Plans A,B,C, D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L, M, and N–is high?
The Republicans “rammed” nothing through, except in the sense that they
employed the norm-busting no-filibuster tactic that DEMOCRATS (Thanks,
Harry!) rammed through regarding federal judges nominated by President
Obama. The “nuclear option” is high? Not blocking a confirmation because of
a one late hit accusation that is “credible” but unconfirmable, and two
others that not credible and stink like a week-old cod is not “ruthless” or
“going low” but known as “fairness” and “the presumption of innocence”?
If this article had been written BEFORE the Kavanaugh ethics train wrck
rolled out of the station, it would have made my head explode. Sanctuary
cities—high? Using and financing children to carry an anti-Second Amendment
message to the public—high?
Advocating mob-harassing and bullying Republican officials and members of
the Trump administration in restaurants and on the street—high? HIGH?
Now this one:
Republicans treasure their own grievances about what they view as the
opposition’s willingness to win ugly (see Bork, Robert), often with the
added claim that the “mainstream media” is serving as accomplice.
Claim???? Nah, there’s no mainstream media bias! Did the author read the
web, newspapers, or any broadcast source other than Brietbart, the New York
Post and Fox News? Is Politico kidding, lying, or hopeless biased?
CNN veteran Frank Sesno, who was last on the air when there was still some
semblance of journalism ethics, took on CNN’s fake-ethicist hack Brian
Stelter yestoday when the mainsteam media apologist defended the
overwhelmingly biased coverage of the Kavanaugh hearings.
Stelter had downplayed the liberal media’s enthusiasm for smearing Kavanaugh
as simply “misreporting” on their part. “Do you think the press is coming
out of this looking weaker because many people feel that the press chose a
side through this,” he asked Sesno?
Yes. Certainly, that’s the way it’s going to look to Trump supporters and to
people who have been questioning media’s bias and their ability to report
straight for a long time. We know where the public trust numbers are for the
press, and it’s generally somewhere down below the basement.
Look, the fact of the matter is, by any reasonable measure, this has been an
extraordinary week for this president. Forget the Russia investigation.
Forget the tax story. Forget all the rest. Trade deal with Mexico and
Canada, unemployment numbers that haven’t been this low since 1969. And
following through on what he said, which was to remake the Supreme Court and
a triumph with Kavanaugh himself.
The coverage has been unrelentingly negative. In many cases deserved that
the kind of coverage a president – any president gets. But what the public
and what the White House come away from this with is some fair territory to
wag their fingers and say, I told you so. Even Joe Scarborough goes on the
air says the mainstream media was unfair toward the President. So, there’s
going to be some very serious thinking now and as the county – as you
pointed out—as divided, more divided than it’s ever been coming out of this
Kavanaugh thing around this stuff, I think the challenge grows greater for
the media to figure out where it’s going and how it’s going to try to find
as balance in all of this.
There are many more examples of delusion in the Politico piece, along with
misleading stats and false equivalencies, but my head is in tatters. Oh all
right, maybe one more: here’s what Politico, and apparently many Democrats,
think are equivalent episodes:
Al Franken is a long-time liberal warrior accused of predatory sexual
behavior who is now licking his wounds in exile.
Brett Kavanaugh is a long-time conservative warrior accused of predatory
sexual behavior who is now licking his wounds on the United States Supreme
Franken’s primary accuser had photographic evidence to back her complaint.
Other accusations were never investigated, and Franken never clearly denied
them. He did not have to resign, and indeed could not have been forced out
of office based on what was alleged. Nobody called him a rapist or sexual
predator, nor was he ever referred to as a predator. The Franken conduct
that was supported by evidence all occurred while he was an adult, and
shortly before his election. The behavior that was in the “he said/she said”
category occurred while he was in office as a U.S. Senator. Franken resigned
before any investigation took place because his own party deliberately
sacrificed him, and he refused to fight for his job and his reputation.
There is no just comparison to Kavanaugh, who was supposed to be considered
for the court based on his record as a judge, not as a “long-time
conservative warrior.” The accusations against him all involved conduct
allged to have occurred before he was an adult, or before he entered the
workforce, and were decades old. Democrats, not Republicans, bullied Franken
into resigning, so Democrats were not being “nice” by assaulting their own,
and were definitely not “going high.” (They thought it would strengthen
their claim that President Trump should resign because of accusations of
pre-Presidency of sexual assault.)
If this is the kind of logic Democrats are going to use to justify becoming
even more unethical than they already are, Heaven help us all.
And if this episode has further polarized the American public into two
warring sides, it is not conservatives versus liberals, or Republicans vs
Democrats. The distant sides consist of those who are willing to discard
basic ethical values, decency and fairness, as well as due process,
presumption of innocence, respect for our institutions and consistent
standards equally applied, all in the pursuit of power, and those who are
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