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For The Love Of God, Would You Please
Stop Being Stupid?

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Posted By: RockyTCB, 9/13/2022 7:19:35 AM

I realize in advance that this message is futile, but I will try once again. Republicans/conservatives are in the habit of repeating the same mistakes over and over and over and over and over, and never learning from their mistakes, much less changing tactics. Their slogan is, “It didn’t work last time? Or the time before then? Or the time before that? Then we must try harder at doing the same thing!” Don’t forget, the Republican Party has been known for years (by their own constituents!) as The Stupid Party. And for good reason (just to take one example out of many, Republicans did not fight in Alaska to prevent

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Reply 1 - Posted by: mifla 9/13/2022 7:30:24 AM (No. 1276061)
Corrupt Democrats and Incompetent Republicans. Those are our choices.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: spacer 9/13/2022 7:32:25 AM (No. 1276064)
Couldn't disagree with a single dotter i or crossed t but....... Donald John Trump has shown time and again the cure for the republican disease. It's a very simple road map. If only as Armando correctly submits, the republicans would follow it.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: slipstik 9/13/2022 7:33:53 AM (No. 1276065)
Think "Turtle". That says it all.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Venturer 9/13/2022 7:53:54 AM (No. 1276075)
Republican politicians won't fight.. They are elected because we want them to fight for us, but they simply won't do it. They cower and sit in their plush offices and do nothing.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Rich323 9/13/2022 7:57:31 AM (No. 1276079)
Agree with poster one. Corrupt Democrats and incompetent RINOs! The Uniparty. Question that still has not been answered. Who has been controlling the Uniparty all these years? A single person, an organization? The WEF or a secret committee made up of intel services CIA FBI we need to know and shut it down!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: FJB 2022 23 24 9/13/2022 8:09:10 AM (No. 1276088)
Agree 100%
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Reply 7 - Posted by: smsnod 9/13/2022 8:13:42 AM (No. 1276093)
I saw an article over the weekend about democrat "Secret Sleepers". A lot of you probably did too. it was about democrats running as conservative Republicans. That would explain why our Republican politicians don't do anything & at times go directly against what they ran on. They are Sleeper democrats.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: stablemoney 9/13/2022 8:36:53 AM (No. 1276109)
Half the Republicans are Democrats, which is why merely voting Republican have gotten us nothing for the last 50 years.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Ebenezer 9/13/2022 8:37:25 AM (No. 1276110)
Republicans didn't lose the race because of ranked-choice voting. They lost because they ran two candidates in the general election against one Democrat (the article incorrectly says "candidate", not "candidates"). If anything, that was an even more stupid choice by Republicans than not opposing ranked-choice. The same three candidates (two Republicans, one Democrat) will run for the seat again in November. If the Republicans don't take one of their candidates off the ballot it will be the same result, from the same stupidity.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Flyball Dogs 9/13/2022 8:40:23 AM (No. 1276111)
With all due respect: the “Republicans” (RINOS) are NOT incompetent. They are playing their role in the Uniparty portion of the play “America” that is currently on stage and being performed. And, keep an eye on who the DOJ does NOT subpoena in their Nazi raids on PDJT’s advisors. It seems the subpoenas are being issued to those of greatest threat to the Regime. I doubt any RINOS need to be concerned.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: mobyclik 9/13/2022 8:42:42 AM (No. 1276113)
This article is pure, simple common sense and everyone agrees with it except the STUPID REPUBLICAN politicians. ''Vote for me, I'm nice,'' Idiots.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Kate318 9/13/2022 8:45:33 AM (No. 1276116)
Republicans are not stupid. They are complicit.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 9/13/2022 8:47:25 AM (No. 1276121)
The Republicans are just as corrupt as the Democrats. They just show it differently. The Democrats are the tyrants that get in your face and nail you right between the eyes. All too often one sees what they have up their sleeves. The Republicans are more like con men. They gain your trust and at critical points they turn on you and stab you in the back. Notice they never offer any real true alternative to the Democrats. Trump did and look what happened to him. Not sure what is going on in Washington should be called governing anymore. All they want is wealth and power. The only people they truly represent are big-money interests. For the rest of us they throw a bone saying that will keep you content. That's not governing. Just look at the shape our country is in, and its all due to decades of mismanagement.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: czechlist 9/13/2022 9:02:30 AM (No. 1276133)
Follow the RNC $$$. I believe most individual GOP candidates are more than excited about campaigning on the dim's socialist policies but they need campaign money and the RNC powers, such as the turtle, won't release funding unless the candidates toe the party line. Thr GOPers are happy to be in the minority where they can moan, point fingers, cry "hypocrite!" and not have to take any responsibility. Meanwhile, they rake in contributions from their faithful stupid who actually believe the GOPers will represent their interests. I will still support and vote for a real jackass over a dim but I won't send the RNC money.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Nimby 9/13/2022 9:05:59 AM (No. 1276139)
Ronna Romney McDaniel has one job to do and she has been failing miserably!!
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Ebenezer 9/13/2022 9:14:02 AM (No. 1276151)
#15--she's Pierre Delecto's niece. Need I say more?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Rinktum 9/13/2022 9:30:17 AM (No. 1276164)
Ronna McDaniel, Mitch McConnell, Kevin McCarthy, Steve Scalise, Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, Dan Crenshaw, and Mike Lee are just the tip of the iceberg. They have done little to nothing since this wretched administration has been in power. There is an ad that plays on my TV constantly telling me how good Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act is. Not any rebuttal from Republicans. What do they spend their money on? It is certainly not effective advertising. The author is right. Republicans are worthless. We need warriors and most of them are AWOL. It sickens me that they can and do have the power to get the message out and they do nothing and that should tell you everything you need to know. Republicans don’t want to defeat democrats. They just want to wallow in the status quo. What a bunch of wankers.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 9/13/2022 9:37:13 AM (No. 1276173)
It may not be "stupid" if it's intentional.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Jebediah 9/13/2022 9:38:37 AM (No. 1276176)
I just forwarded this article to Ronna McDaniel, not that she or others at the RNC will bother to read and absorb. Saw a news article the other day that said she and the Party have raised millions, and spent it ALL, or almost all, on ads to raise more millions. Candidates? Nawwwww. I am literally BESIEGED daily with texts from every conceivable candidate (Marco Rubio is a prime example but it is a cast of thousands) saying things like "This is just between the two of us---don't tell anyone" or "You hav been selected as a top patriot." I got one from McDaniel and the GOP yesterday asking for MY take on the upcoming election and what to do. As with ALL of the above, nothing goes through unless I also send a contribution!!!!!!!!! How DUMB do they think we are??????? And that includes The Donald, who was warned that there would be "shenanigans" re: the Presidential vote last round so get your best lawyers etc. out in advance. Did that happen? NO!!!!!! (Or not enough and filing immediately.) ALL WE HEAR Is that the Dems will be prosecuted WHEN we win in November....NOT what we offer in a POSITIVE light as candidates and a Party. Now I hear rumblings that we may have a version of Contract With America, via Kevin McCarthy, out in October....probably too little too late! Especially as it won't get Press coverage and time to absorb is essential The only thing I am sure of is that my Party can pull defeat out of the huge jaws of victory, that McConnell is sure he will lead even if we lose so he doesn't much care, and that the Party wants our $$$$ but not our input--especially as we see disaster re: the Senate coming, and not much new in the House. And Trump, rather than emphasizing what he and the Republicans (ok, just him and his people) did for us in 4 years, goes on and on and on about the last election....and that will NOT get my vote. Is Trump CRAZY OR JUST SUCH A NARCISSIST THAT HE CARES MORE ABOUT HIMSELF THAN US IN THIS TIME OF TOTAL DISASTER!!!!! THAT IS WHY HE IS LOSING A LOT OF US. The one person I have consistently contributed to is Ron Johnson in WI....he and Grassley (and maybe Jim Jordan) are honest, decent and POSITIVE. It is ESSENTIAL that he wins.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: felixcat 9/13/2022 10:31:43 AM (No. 1276248)
The Dem party is disciplined for the most part. Nancy Pelosi doesn't tolerate much deviation from her rule - of course - she has caved to The Squad.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: FormerDem 9/13/2022 10:33:00 AM (No. 1276249)
I love these! And will try to find places to use them.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: MDConservative 9/13/2022 10:41:41 AM (No. 1276257)
Sorry, Armando...the US equivalent to the Cuban Communist Party is the UNIPARTY. It already exists and exercises powers unimaginable not too long ago. "Real conservatives" are real upset, but then are counseled by the elites to "Keep your powder dry" and other such "conservative" responses, while asked to support the GOPe Division. (It's all a trap, you know.) They're all nice people, compliant and polite. Their greatest weakness is a demand for orthodoxy in thought, and a fear of making trouble as it might go on their permanent record. Follow the progression of the Tea Party for an example.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Paglia guy 9/13/2022 12:19:14 PM (No. 1276388)
What a Must Read! Do it! Build your own signs and put them outside your own polling place!
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Reply 24 - Posted by: faceincrowd 9/13/2022 1:52:19 PM (No. 1276479)
They are doing it on purpose. Like someone who is not clumsy continuously knocking things over and saying "Whoops!".
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Reply 25 - Posted by: doctorfixit 9/13/2022 3:36:30 PM (No. 1276555)
The GOP is willfully blind because they will do anything to keep their warmongering money & corporate tax arrangements, including the acceptance of totalitarian socialism. Stop voting for them. .
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Reply 26 - Posted by: DVC 9/13/2022 3:57:56 PM (No. 1276584)
Ignorance can be fixed. Stupid is forever.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Aubreyesque 9/13/2022 4:15:10 PM (No. 1276597)
This has been going on for a long time. I remember back in '94 when we had that sudden "Republican Revolution." There were a lot of Democrats supposedly "seeing the light" and so many people were pleased with that. But I knew then: it was all a show. The Democrats love to create confusion, and Republicans love to be confused. And in the middle of it sits a handful of apathetic and cold elitists who are pleased to take advantage of it.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Krause 9/13/2022 4:49:32 PM (No. 1276613)
Unfortunately, the smart Republican is not in office at this time....Donald Trump.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Californian 9/14/2022 6:13:53 AM (No. 1277007)
Article is nonsense. The R are not stupid. Not at all. Remember RINO is short for Republican In Name Only. They're not conservatives. Stop reflexively voting for and giving your money to Uniparty RINOs. If there's a RINO and a Dem running then I skip that office. I will not vote for a RINO. What's the point? They're just a Dem with an R next to their name. Supporting RINOs is how we get Mitch and Romney and McCain and Murkowski and so,many others who love their titles and power but hate this country and hate you, too. STOP VOTING FOR RINOS! STOP GIVING MONEY TO RINOS. You are supporting the Dems when you do that.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Foont 9/14/2022 8:04:16 AM (No. 1277048)
Many of them are actually dems who run in districts where it is impossible to win without an R after your name. These spout "conservative" talking points at election time and vote with the D's when in Washington. Many of them are there just for the cushy job and the opportunity to grift and pad their bank accounts. These have no core beliefs beyond self aggrandizement and will "go along to get along" which means putting up no real opposition to anything the left does as that is uncomfortable and could risk their nice, fat job. The rest are true believers who try but fail in the face of the majority who either don't care or are actively working for the dems.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Strike3 9/14/2022 8:21:52 AM (No. 1277063)
Now here is a guy who knows what to say and how to say it - unlike the stupid republicans of whom he is speaking. In the past year they have done one thing well and often, flooded my phone, my mailbox and my inbox with requests for money, in the middle of recovering from a pandemic, a crime wave and now a recession. They even specify the amounts so you can write your checks and credit card payments in even dollars. Stupid is not a strong enough word, they are unimaginative, clueless and dumb as posts. The RNC has spread our contact information to every republican politician in the country so you can receive requests from east, west, north and south. I want to know what they stand for and how they are going to get us out of this democrat mess and I still don't know. In case they have forgotten, the election is in November of 1922.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: udanja99 9/14/2022 9:01:29 AM (No. 1277105)
#15, I’ve been voting and watchIng politics since 1972 and I don’t remember a single RNC chairman who was worth a bucket of spit. The last effective political advisor the Republicans had was Lee Atwater and his death at age 40 was devastating to the party. Imagine where we might be today if he had lived.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: RayLRiv 9/14/2022 9:48:05 AM (No. 1277163)
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Reply 34 - Posted by: MickTurn 9/14/2022 9:52:07 AM (No. 1277173)
We CAN fix Stupid, it's called the Guillotine!
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Reply 35 - Posted by: oneblessedperson 9/14/2022 10:16:27 AM (No. 1277191)
“For the love of God”…the point being that there is none. Let’s call “the turtle” and all senators and ask “why won’t you fight for us (as Trump did).
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Reply 36 - Posted by: griddog1 9/14/2022 10:20:56 AM (No. 1277196)
The women are much stronger than the men most the most part. The men are cowards.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: Sanchin 9/14/2022 10:41:32 AM (No. 1277207)
Most Republicans holding office desire to be democrats BUT running on the Republican ticket is the only way to get into office in some states. The con has been going on for decades but it is quickly being exposed (this is why so many Republicans are insaney anti MAGA). Many people will say and believe that to make any change one has to vote for the person with an R behind their name. That is illogical and stupid and is why the con is so effective.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: Zigrid 9/14/2022 10:41:51 AM (No. 1277208)
There is a simple solution to the political class' them all out of office and then legislate term limits...then a ruling class cannot continue to destroy our country...all government patronage workers must submit a resignation when President Trump takes over in 2024...that way no hangers on can continue on their quest for security at the taxpayer's piggy bank....
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Reply 39 - Posted by: JHHolliday 9/14/2022 11:05:04 AM (No. 1277242)
As other posters have mentioned, I also get requests for money from almost every state in the country. I am not sure it’s the RNC alone. I haven’t given them a dime in twenty years but have made small donations to individual Republican candidates. Once you get marked as a donor, expect to be inundated with requests for money. I expect it works the same on the Dem side.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: Blackfeet 9/14/2022 11:06:40 AM (No. 1277244)
I’ve worked for a year with current Republican members of Congress regarding the abuse of big tech. I’ve given them a gift but they will not take it.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: HonestDon 9/14/2022 11:30:44 AM (No. 1277268)
NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN RE-ELECTION! If that means the whiney, wimp-ass republicans have to "go along with" the commie democrats, so be it. And, now that leftist democrats control the election process, ONLY WITH TERM LIMITS WILL IT BE POSSIBLE TO SAVE THE REPUBLIC.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: Timber Queen 9/14/2022 12:54:32 PM (No. 1277330)
The Republicans are not stupid. They are not incompetent. They are compatriots and complicit with the Democrats. They are the Uniparty. They hate us. They are our enemy. Get it yet? Ultra MAGA or die.
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Reply 43 - Posted by: Hermit_Crab 9/14/2022 2:31:44 PM (No. 1277389)
But they hate God too.
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Reply 44 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 9/14/2022 2:33:49 PM (No. 1277392)
If we do not vote, then who are the stupid ones here?
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Reply 45 - Posted by: PCMM 9/14/2022 4:42:00 PM (No. 1277464)
Best thing I’ve read in a long time. Full of SOLUTIONS, not moaning and gnashing of teeth. Face it, Democrats work harder at winning, even if it means massive fraud. Meanwhile, fat-assed loser Republicans are busy stabbing grass-roots patriotic organizations in the back. POYB
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Reply 46 - Posted by: TurtleDove 9/14/2022 4:57:33 PM (No. 1277476)
I don't even have to read the article to say I agree 100%! How sad is that?! OR they get a good idea & broadcast it giving dems time to undo it before they have time to implement it. Just amazing.... #20 said "The Dem party is disciplined for the most part." Not only disciplined, damn well organized!
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Reply 47 - Posted by: whyyeseyec 9/14/2022 11:32:33 PM (No. 1277733)
Kevin McCarthy desperately wants to be Speaker of the House yet he says nothing about anything. He is nothing more than the House version of Mitch McConnell. The GOP are the reason we are in this mess as the article states, they sit back and do nothing - ever! Their only response is to dial for dollars - which are used to keep leadership in office and to heck with everyone else. l am a conservative living in the SF Bay Area and I can tell you for sure there is not one single Republican elected official at any level of govt in my region. The GOP gave up 90% of the State to the Crats years ago, just as they have done in WA, OR, NV, NY, IL, NM, CO, NJ, CT, RI etc. We are on our own!!
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Guests at Disney World in Florida are complaining about the outrageous cost for average families to visit the resort while griping about broken-down, faulty rides, dirty facilities, and filth littering the walkways and attractions. CEO Bob Chapek has overseen Disney’s expanding immoral wokeness while hiking prices into the stratosphere and allowing the resort to devolve into disrepair under his watch. Social media is being flooded with complaints by visitors who are relentlessly bashing the Happiest Place on Earth while carping that Chapek is obsessed with cutting costs and raising prices instead of reinvesting in the resort, according to the New York Post.
Joe Biden Plans Campaign Rally in Florida
During Political Fight with Ron DeSantis
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Posted by Imright 9/17/2022 4:57:28 PM Post Reply
President Joe Biden will campaign in Florida later this month as he continues criticizing Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R), who is running for reelection. The White House confirmed that Biden will attend a rally for the Democrat National Committee in Orlando, Florida, on September 27. DeSantis angered the White House when he transported migrants who had crossed the Southern border to Martha’s Vineyard, a paradise for Democrat elites. “Republicans are playing politics with human beings, using them as props,” Biden said
College Professor Steps Away From Teaching
After His Mandarin Sounds Like the N-Word
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/17/2022 1:56:54 AM Post Reply
A California college professor has vacated his position after speaking what sounded like a wicked word. Per his University of Southern California faculty page, Greg Patton is an expert: Greg Patton is an expert in communication, interpersonal and leadership effectiveness. He has received numerous teaching awards, been ranked as one of the top teaching faculty at USC and helped USC Marshall achieve numerous #1 worldwide rankings for Communication and Leadership skill development. That’s all well and good, but the expert recently communicated a problematic sequence of syllables. The Marshall School of Business teacher was presiding over a virtual class when he schooled students on audience engagement.
DeSantis Doubles Down, Says Flights to
Martha's Vineyard 'Just the Beginning'
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Posted by Hazymac 9/17/2022 1:38:18 PM Post Reply
If you enjoyed watching the left squirm and enter fits of pearl-clutching rage after Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) flew 50 illegal immigrants to the deep-blue elitist Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard, grab some popcorn and sit back in your comfiest chair because it’s about to get absolutely wild. The Florida governor took intense backlash for his decision to take advantage of Martha’s Vineyard’s sanctuary city policy, with some in the media even comparing his actions to those of Adolf Hitler. Clearly, DeSantis isn’t even the slightest bit fazed, as he recently doubled down on his new tactic during a press conference Friday, according to a CNN report. During the Friday presser,
The Trump Raid – We’re Missing the Point 25 replies
Posted by ladydawgfan 9/17/2022 1:28:11 AM Post Reply
“The documents were declassified!” “Trump had every right keep them!” “They posed no risk to national security!” Conservatives have been defending Trump with these kinds of arguments ever since the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago last month. They’re missing the point, though. Seeking to prove that Trump did nothing wrong in possessing these documents is like trying to establish that the victims of Stalin’s show trials weren’t in fact Trotskyites. Well, of course they weren’t. But Stalin didn’t care if his enemies – perceived or real – were Trotskyites or “counter-revolutionaries.” What mattered to him was that they were his enemies.
‘Floundering’ Fetterman has Democrats
fretting in Senate race vs. Dr. Oz
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Posted by Imright 9/17/2022 12:22:48 PM Post Reply
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is running for US Senate, but his floundering performance on the campaign trail has left many questioning whether he is fit to run for office — or even serve in the upper chamber of the house. After Fetterman suffered a stroke just days before his May primary, reporters were later told he had a pacemaker and a defibrillator fitted to address atrial fibrillation — a serious heart condition that was diagnosed years earlier but not revealed before he ran for lieutenant governor or senate. In a June statement, his doctor said he also had a serious heart condition called cardiomyopathy.
Hochul signs student loan forgiveness
legislation for New York public servants
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Posted by Ribicon 9/17/2022 5:03:12 PM Post Reply
Albany—New York is making it easier for public servants to get relief from student loans. Gov. Hochul signed a bill into law Thursday that expands student debt relief to include more teachers and school faculty and will simplify eligibility rules for a soon-to-expire federal loan forgiveness program.“When you think about people crushed under the weight of student debt, you know, student debt doesn’t just defer your dreams,” the governor said during a signing ceremony at Borough of Manhattan Community College.(Snip)“We’ve removed bureaucratic barriers, making it easier for those who selflessly chose careers in public service to apply for relief before the limited PSLF Waiver
Are you ready to switch to an EV? Here’s
why you may find yourself priced out of
the market
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Posted by NorthernDog 9/17/2022 9:26:29 AM Post Reply
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. This year likely will be the first that electric-vehicle battery costs will go up, rather than continuing the steady decline that they’ve been on for more than a decade. And EV buyers are seeing the result: several auto makers, from newcomers such as Rivian Automotive Inc. to established players such as Tesla Inc. have raised their EV prices. The move has affected all models, from mass-market electric sedans to coveted muscle cars with deep order books and even Ford Motor Co.’s EV version of the F-150 pickup truck, the vehicle that has reigned
L.A. School District Shares Video from
‘Nutritionist’ Who Says Eating Right
Is Racist
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/17/2022 1:00:40 AM Post Reply
Your dreams have come true, kids: French fries and pizza are now good for you, so eat up, or else: if you don’t, you might be suspected of “white supremacism.” If you thought things couldn’t possibly get any crazier, forget it: a “nutritionist” has proclaimed that “nutrition standards are rooted in whiteness,” and so like Robert E. Lee and Bull Connor, they’ve got to go. Nor is the nutritionist in question, Kéra Nyemb-Diop, some nut raving on the streetcorner; she works for Mondelez International, which is so concerned about nutrition that it produces Oreos and Chips Ahoy!.
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