A few thoughts…

I almost never post my own comments like this, because I figure most people already have their own opinions and aren’t especially interested in reading much more about mine. But I will today, because it seems like no one is interested in providing any competition. So I might have the only- I mean, the best post all day. I think there haven’t been any others, as I type, anyway.

  1. Larry Niven paraphrase- We/You/Xir have to get over this sometime. Why not now?
  2. The GOP is now Trumpier than ever, which is good.
  3. Trump looks likely to be impeached. He has noticed. Buh-Bye Snoozy McSessions. I remember a story from Chinese history- a general was late bringing his army to a rendezvous. He turns to a subordinate, and asks what is the penalty for being late? Death. He asks, what is the penalty for rebellion? Oh. If Trump is going to be impeached anyway, he has no reason to play nice. To anyone.
  4. The globalist GOP is dead, dead, dead. Just saw a story at Ace of Spades- Flake approving GOPes voted for Sinema quite strikingly. Why, exactly should I think these folks are on my side in any way? Why should I think the nevertrump fringe is on my side? Why would I listen to them or base my vote on what they say? I won’t, and I bet essentially no one will else will either.
  5. We get to watch the demonrats go full crazy. What percentage of the people who voted for them have any idea what they really believe and want to do? What happens when they find out?
  6. The realignment from right/left to nationalist/globalist continues. The non-left political party has no choice but to be nationalist. As the non-leftist party, if the GOP is going to survive, it will be too. That’s why 2. is good. The sooner the GOP sheds the globalist shackles the quicker it can go full nationalist- and the more likely  the US will be to remain intact.
  7. There is no damned reason why Hispanics- or Americans of African descent- won’t be willing to vote for a nationalist party. We haven’t had one, alas.
  8. One key reason why the GOP fails is because it isn’t nasty enough. The demonrats shriek that GOpes are rapists, evil, tax cheats, etc. The GOP points out that Democrat policies will fail. Zzzzz. A successful Republican party will talk more about the mass graves of the left, the babies-for-parts-scandals of planned parenthood, and Louis Farrakhan chanting death to America. The game we are playing is politics, as I used to write somewhere else.
  9. That’s enough. Thanks for reading- or not reading, and everyone have a good day. Are you not entertained? Not by me, but- you know.

Edit- I did get competition!!

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14 thoughts on “A few thoughts…”

  1. No 10. Lists have to go to 10, Xennady. What about the coming Botox shortage?\

    10, 20, 50, I’ve got lots of crazy I’d like to smear on the internet fine commentary everyone would surely like and agree with.

    But that was plenty long enough for one post.

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  2. Xennady:

    No 10. Lists have to go to 10, Xennady. What about the coming Botox shortage?\

    10, 20, 50, I’ve got lots of crazy I’d like to smear on the internet fine commentary everyone would surely like and agree with.

    But that was plenty long enough for one post.

    You aren’t answering my question about Botox.

    I do like how people put up a 100 points and can’t figure out why no one wants to read it all.

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  3. Bryan G. Stephens:
    I am pretty bummed. All the ineveistagtions will end, and we now will live in a world where they will get away with theri abuses of power

    I feel your pain- but we already did live in that world.

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  4. You aren’t answering my question about Botox.

    Botox?

    Why, I’m glad you asked.

    I have a lot to say about that, and I’m going to start writing down all my thoughts, right here right now.

    I’m so glad I don’t have a word limit!!!!

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  5. Xennady:

    You aren’t answering my question about Botox.

    Botox?

    Why, I’m glad you asked.

    I have a lot to say about that, and I’m going to start writing down all my thoughts, right here right now.

    I’m so glad I don’t have a word limit!!!!

    Remember you have to pay to get less service and surly staff, Xennady.  Those things don’t come cheap. 😉

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  6. Bryan G. Stephens:
    I am pretty bummed. All the investigations will end, and we now will live in a world where they will get away with their abuses of power

    I am also bummed, but not about investigations that will end.   I figure the Senate can investigate anything where the House Committees currently have promising leads.

    I am more concerned about the new investigations that the Democrats are promising.   If some of their most extreme members can follow through on their threats, Every senior staff member in the Trump Administration will be subjected to a fishing expedition.   Call it the Assault of the Ten Thousand Democrat Lawyers.

    If you thought you were already tired of partisan rancor, maybe you should stop paying attention to the news.   Things are just going to get worse.

    Today’s press conference is just the beginning.

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  7. Bryan G. Stephens:
    I am pretty bummed. All the ineveistagtions will end, and we now will live in a world where they will get away with theri abuses of power

    You can thank Ryan and McConnell for pissing away two years of Trump’s term. The top two items on voters’ minds where the two things they refused to do anything about. The loss of the House is squarely on them.

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  8. I just got back from perusing Ace of Spades and I gotta tell you, if what is reported there about the GOPe in Arizona is true, then the GOP needs to die. If that isn’t enough to convince you that you are not welcome in that party, I don’t know what is. There has got to be a move to another party. Start at the local level build credibility and tell the Nevers that they can keep their stupid party. That is just completely infuriating to think that someone like Senima could win simply because they don’t like Trump. What a bunch of butt hurt cry babies.

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  9. …tell the Nevers that they can keep their stupid party.

    I take your point, but I disagree here.

    We need to tell the nevers to get the **** out of our party.

    Of course if rank-and-file voters depart the GOP because they don’t like Trump, fine. They get to pick who they vote for, and I get to pick for me.

    But the nevers aren’t that. They’re former insiders and officials now making open warfare against the party, and thus they have no ****ed right to make decisions for a GOP they now hate, full of people they plainly despise, and from which they very often ostentatiously announce that they have left.

    They need to get booted from any control of any sort of GOP party machinery, everywhere, and be stopped from pretending to be Republicans whenever the leftist media needs someone to say something stupid in public.

    Go away mad if you want, nevers. But go away.

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  10. I too am bummed that it was not a cakewalk to defeat the entrenched globalists defending their lock on humanity and trillions of dollars of cash flow.

    Loss of the house investigations is no big deal, they were only there because the DOJ was in enemy hands and they kept the pressure on.

    We just traded the House for the Senate and the DOJ. All three would have been peachy , but the DOJ can actually arrest people and take them to court, including treasonous Democrats.

    I wish it was easy, but the enemy is tough and it will take time. In this battle, we came out wounded but the other guy lost more blood.

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