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8/18/2017

Steve Bannon Out, Returns To Breitbart Feeling “Jacked Up”

Filed under: General — Dana @ 5:50 pm

[guest post by Dana]

Late to this: Steve Bannon is out, or as the NY Post puts it:

Top presidential adviser and nationalist bomb-thrower Steve Bannon is out of a job, the White House said Friday.

“Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve’s last day. We are grateful for his service and wish him the best,” press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

In a report in the Weekly Standard , Bannon, talked about the circumstances leading up to his departure, the Trump presidency, and his disdain for the “West Wing Democrats”. He also fired a warning shot:

Bannon assigns blame for the thwarting of his program on “the West Wing Democrats,” but holds special disdain for the Washington establishment—especially those Republicans who have, he believes, willfully failed to provide Trump with meaningful victories.

And, he believes, things are about to get worse for Trump. “There’s about to be a jailbreak of these moderate guys on the Hill”—a stream of Republican dissent, which could become a flood.”

“I feel jacked up,” he says. “Now I’m free. I’ve got my hands back on my weapons. Someone said, ‘it’s Bannon the Barbarian.’ I am definitely going to crush the opposition. There’s no doubt. I built a f***ing machine at Breitbart. And now I’m about to go back, knowing what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine up. And rev it up we will do.”

Reports say that Bannon chaired an editorial meeting tonight, having returned as chief executive.

(Cross-posted at The Jury Talks Back.)

–Dana

305 Responses to “Steve Bannon Out, Returns To Breitbart Feeling “Jacked Up””

  1. No comment from Ivanka or Jared.

    Dana (023079)

  2. The White House said he was a nationalist bomb-thrower?

    harkin (aa3be1)

  3. this is going to be great

    mg (31009b)

  4. robert and rebekah mercer with bannon could operate a cable news channel for patriots

    mg (31009b)

  5. crushcrushcrush nothing compares to

    a quiet evening alone

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  6. The nationalist bomb thrower who was the President’s chief strategist at the White House is out of a job but he returned as chief executive at Breitbart. Ok, then.

    When it comes to giving First Amendment protection to the media, the question everybody should ask is “Why? So they can bullsh!t us?”

    nk (dbc370)

  7. Unrelated but Roman Polanski’s motion to dismiss the case against him was denied by LA Judge today.

    shipwreckedcrew (56b591)

  8. ivanka and jared were hanging with maxine and the fake injun

    mg (31009b)

  9. who did he throw a bomb at that didn’t have it coming?

    mg (31009b)

  10. Mist everyone is looking out for other countries shouldn’t we, up to a point, the Russians and the Chinese watch out for their own.

    narciso (d1f714)

  11. One wonders has Polanski become like noah cross, his Bete moire untouchable?

    narciso (d1f714)

  12. So glad he’s feeling jacked up about returning to “the movement,” whatever that is.

    Meanwhile Obamacare and high taxes are still extant. Oh well, politics is boring!! War is so funner.

    Patricia (5fc097)

  13. From his perspective the media and the bureaucracy has been at war with him for seven months

    narciso (d1f714)

  14. a house and senate of lazy, lying republicans will be looking to lobby after getting their pink slips handed to them in 2018

    mg (31009b)

  15. the only movement republicans have come from their bowels

    mg (31009b)

  16. Sincerely, you have another explanation of what is going on.

    narciso (d1f714)

  17. Well, they better learn the rules of the game in DC or they will lose.

    Patricia (5fc097)

  18. “Jacked up”

    And jacked-offed; the goosestepper-gets-the-jackboot.

    “Don’t be a sap. You’re taking the fall.” – Sam Spade [Humphrey Bogart] ‘The Maltese Falcon’ 1941

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  19. One of the few good ones left, of course Youtube shut down her channel.

    thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/media/347091-americans-dont-trust-the-media-and-for-good-reason

    narciso (d1f714)

  20. Rip sonny landham (the Indian in predator)

    narciso (d1f714)

  21. But some prefer mercenaries that don’t sacrifice themselves to aliens.

    urbanleftbehind (9c8ebc)

  22. Establishment Republicans and alleged conservatives talk a great game about change, repeal, reform… all the potential for good they can do if they are elected. They get elected and they do nothing… nothing but make excuses about why they can’t do this, why they can’t do that. Spineless cowards who care more about reelection than they care about the good citizens who voted them in. More about maintaining their spot at the feeding trough, lining their own pockets and feathering their nests. Expose them for what they are. Not even competent or coherent enough to stand up for what’s right and point out what is unacceptable and clearly antithetical to American values and the principles they claim to espouse.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  23. meanwhile mitt romney’s taking long hits off that white supremacy drug like it’s taking him places he never thought possible

    it’s heady and empowering

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  24. …and those Ancestry tests that Romney’s religious brethren hawk are wreaking havoc on that white supra psyche with the results of double digit non Euro or Semitic blood.

    urbanleftbehind (9c8ebc)

  25. Irs not pikachu, my friend from the Rome daily sentinel has a voodoo grasp of the situation though.

    narciso (d1f714)

  26. If you are able to overlook these violent, fascist, anarchist leftwing thugs’ behavior because they claim to oppose racism or overlook the rancid beliefs espoused by the neo-Nazis because they stand up to/are against violent, fascist, anarchist leftwing thugs, you are a part of the problem. You clearly don’t understand what America is about.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  27. Such a brave face he puts on.

    Patterico (547765)

  28. Bad news for conservatives if the leftists are winning the battles in the White House.

    It’ll get our resident trolls off though.

    NJRob (7f4bec)

  29. I didn’t know that Joan of Arc owned slaves .

    AZ Bob (f7a491)

  30. His racist/nationalist views are anathema, but he was one of the few impressive/intelligent (in an evil way, but still…) people around Trump.

    Who’s left to fire?

    Dave (445e97)

  31. Things you find out every day.

    narciso (d1f714)

  32. Honey badger don’t care.

    Take mcawdul whose grit eating grin, disguises his manifold offenses.

    narciso (d1f714)

  33. Establishment Republicans and alleged conservatives and especially Trump talk a great game about change, repeal, reform… all the potential for good they can do if they are elected. They get elected and they do nothing… nothing but make excuses about why they can’t do this, why they can’t do that. Spineless cowards who care more about reelection than they care about the good citizens who voted them in. More about maintaining their spot at the feeding trough, lining their own pockets and feathering their nests. Expose them for what they are. Not even competent or coherent enough to stand up for what’s right and point out what is unacceptable and clearly antithetical to American values and the very few principles they claim to espouse.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0) — 8/18/2017 @ 8:30 pm

    FTFY.

    DRJ (15874d)

  34. New season. New cast. Problems and controversy unchanged.

    crazy (11d38b)

  35. Actually he has done as much as executive action allows dry with a full basket of holdover, ill grant Michael anton statement that some have gone with the program but some haven’t.

    narciso (d1f714)

  36. Look at that 35) link and you see how rank irresponsible Carlos slims has been with 6 1/2 yrs of evidence to go by.

    narciso (d1f714)

  37. Don’t know about that, DRJ, Trump has done quite a bit in the area of regulation and reversing the onerous crap Obama saddled the country with. Especially considering the pushback he gets from the people I’d described. Little to no congressional leadership but beaucoup excuses and self-aggrandizement. They prefer failure and talking about things they have no intentions of doing. Americans get to hear the same old smarmy bullsh*t from the same old artistes.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  38. I suspect the timing of Bannon’s departure had more to do with yesterday’s Afghan strategy meeting that seems to be more about convincing Trump to back ramping up the existing plan than finding a way to exit the fight as Bannon favored. Even with Bannon gone Mattis, McMaster, et al don’t appear to have gotten the approval for more force they appear to be seeking.

    Bannon may have been quoted that there is no good military solution to the NORK problem but he could just as easily have been describing Trump’s military options in Afghanistan. As long as sharia reigns there is no good option for US we’re simply training one group of scorpions in the hope they’ll help US geopolitically and won’t sting US later.

    crazy (11d38b)

  39. Yes crazy specially since noah feldman allowed sharia lawcto be enshrined in the Afghan as well as Iraqi constititions. The Brits were in that region for 100 years three full scale wars, 50 odd assorted camoaigns

    narciso (d1f714)

  40. Lotsa people pissing it all away, when they ought to be on a war footing. Tacit acceptance of all the excrement the media, the Democrats, the street rabble, the punditry, Hollywood and the like are vomiting up. Facts are facts. They lack the courage to take a stand, pushback and rub their goddamned noses in it. What they are trying to turn this country into sickens me.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  41. A nation of Quimbies.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  42. This is the way they handle everything, from krugmans mad scribblings to mark landler an Judy Davis’s trapper keeper commentary disguised as incisive profiles.

    narciso (d1f714)

  43. It is good that Trump and especially his EPA and Energy Cabinet Secretaries are rolling back Obama’s regulations, and also that Trump nominated Gorsuch. But McConnell actually got Gorsuch appointed so he gets credit, too. It’s foolish of me but I wish Trump were more disciplined. He hasn’t accomplished much and there is so much he could be doing.

    DRJ (15874d)

  44. Yes he could have kept general flynn and for good measutr order a review of all farads filings starting with Dr. Evils mercury group, which is hip deep in Russia as well as podestas.

    narciso (d1f714)

  45. That would have turned up the fact that fusion gps was conducting an authorized lobbying operation for Russian interests one of dozens probably.

    narciso (d1f714)

  46. It seems to me that Bannon’s departure is related to Charlottesville. I imagine Trump’s new Chief of Staff, aides and family convinced him that the alt-right demographic is hurting Trump, and that demographic sees Bannon as their guy.

    DRJ (15874d)

  47. And the left will nit stop until they’ve purged every pundit who had a contrary view, they will go after gorka next than miller, haven’t you the understanding to see the long game.

    narciso (d1f714)

  48. But I actually think Bannon might have some influence on Trump from outside the White House. Trump is easy to manipulate it you push the right buttons and choose the right media forums to do it in. Bannon knows how to do both.

    DRJ (15874d)

  49. Speaking of wasted time and talents, over the years, Patterico and I have both posted about an Austin attorney. He is still in the news.

    DRJ (15874d)

  50. Its nit about cannon in particular anymore than the two minute hate was about farage, the deep state which includes the skydragon bureaucracies as well as the so called security services are perfectly willing to fight tooth and nail to hold the status quo.

    narciso (d1f714)

  51. I didn’t know that Joan of Arc owned slaves .
    AZ Bob (f7a491)

    Of course. Lincoln did too!

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/aug/17/abraham-lincoln-monument-torched-in-chicago-an-abs/

    Patricia (5fc097)

  52. What’s his angle, has just a jerk.

    narciso (d1f714)

  53. 35 – the NYTimes defense seems to be:

    “We were too stupid to act with intentional malice”

    which makes the prospect of reckless disregard very interesting.
    .

    It would be awesome if Palin won and part of the penalty was having to change their motto from

    All The News That’s Fit To Print

    to

    It Was Late In The Day And Our Deadlines Were Looming
    .

    harkin (7e501e)

  54. Many of trumps convictions re international trade and the burden that our allies should bear, go back 30 yrs so has not that easy to convincem

    narciso (d1f714)

  55. Its dissapointing that icahn has decided to leave, then again he wasnt regarded well in these quartee

    narciso (d1f714)

  56. He hasn’t been deleted yet, unlike salil mehtas blog

    http://streetwiseprofessor.com/?p=10642

    narciso (d1f714)

  57. Ohmigosh, DRJ! I went back and read the other posts, too. Brought back memories.

    The judge who cited him for contempt is under grand jury investigation, brought by a special prosecutor, for “official oppression”, because she restricted his questioning of jurors at voir dire? I think I understand Governor Perry’s prosecution better now. It was not politics, it’s Austin! Am I right?

    nk (dbc370)

  58. Ok its like a whole another planet, in the firefly universe.

    narciso (d1f714)

  59. I think it is Austin, nk. It’s a beautiful town but it has a slew of weird people.

    DRJ (15874d)

  60. I think the same judge who sentenced this attorney for contempt (9 years ago) is also hearing this case. I’m surprised the attorney didn’t file a motion for recusal, but he may have a history with all the available judges. Or maybe it’s part of his strategy to show incomoetence.

    DRJ (15874d)

  61. Is the false-flag revolution done?

    Can we just get the Clown out of center ring now that his car is empty?

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  62. Politics encourages weirdness, and Austin is very political.

    DRJ (15874d)

  63. We’ll know in the next few months whether Bannon was part of the problem in getting things done in Trump’s WH or a discarded part of the solution. Bannon’s undoubtedly right that the dramatic changes Trump campaigned on aren’t going to happen. The question is whether the democrats and swamp critters Trump brought in and Bannon is still fighting will help Trump implement his campaign promises or neuter them.

    crazy (11d38b)

  64. The only true believer in reform..

    “He specifically criticized White House economic adviser Gary Cohn and “Goldman Sachs lobbying” in the White House.”

    But, but, but….MAGA!

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  65. The Democrats seem to be running constant political counterinsurgency tactics in Austin, and the GOP doesn’t handle it well. It is a lot like DC.

    DRJ (15874d)

  66. Good grief, the same judge that hardly seems fair. Speaking of it seems judge raw off, seems to be handing carkis slims enough rope.

    narciso (d1f714)

  67. Make America’s Goldman (Sachs) Great Again.

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  68. The question is whether the democrats and swamp critters Trump brought in and Bannon is still fighting will help Trump implement his campaign promises or neuter them.

    The question answers itself.

    DRJ (15874d)

  69. Rakoff, we keep assuming except for honey badgers like delay, that any legal or ethical process will be fair, that law enforcement will have a pretense of neutrality. That is rarely the case. Again what is the defense against malicious lawfare

    narciso (d1f714)

  70. I suspect you’re right DRJ, which is why your earlier comment about Bannon returning to Breitbart where he can command Trump’s attention outside of the Kelly filter is also right.

    crazy (11d38b)

  71. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) had some words of caution for President Trump today, saying the president is “isolated.”

    Gingrich said on “America’s Newsroom” that Trump must take an in-depth look at his position and analyze why his approval rating is around a dismal 35 percent. ”

    Can a monkey analyze why he stinks?

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  72. But how often will Fox & Friends book Bannon, crazy?

    DRJ (15874d)

  73. Good grief, the same judge that hardly seems fair.

    Not so. Recidivists often appear before the same criminal court judge who had tried them before. Judge Davis is only the trial judge in this case and likewise in the case before. Reposa’s contempt was directed at other judges.

    Actually, it would be constitutional for those judges to have summarily sentenced him to up to six months in jail on the spot. That he has a hearing before an impartial judge is a privilege, granted by Texas law or the rules of that circuit.

    nk (dbc370)

  74. Or he can trust his new friends Michael Schmidt and Maggie haberman, his choice.

    narciso (d1f714)

  75. Obama (ok jugears) is sorely missed. He wasn’t that smart…nor was he anywhere near this stopped. People should wish more carefully. Even Hillary is starting to look good by comparison.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  76. stopped should be ‘stoopid’

    Ben burn (98819f)

  77. Bannon T.V.- coming to a cable channel soon

    mg (31009b)

  78. In aneru a news is pretty down the muddle, but it. Xabr get coveragem

    narciso (d1f714)

  79. I don’t know DRJ, but I’m sure the bookers have been burning up the phones trying to do just that. My guess is he’s unlikely to do chatting with Friends or enemies and will instead look to other venues that let him speak at length as he did in Feb with Priebus and now with TWS and American Prospect.

    crazy (11d38b)

  80. The list of failures is growing as long as his nose. Maybe Gepetto can whittle it down to say, his forfeited assets. FICO score in negative territory. And you thought he was fiscally responsible?

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  81. Possibly I personally would trust kuttner, but I understand bannon’s reasoning to do so.

    narciso (d1f714)

  82. Wouldn’t, the gop is finding new ways of dissapointing all parts of their base.

    narciso (d1f714)

  83. “Only losers cry our for fair play”. — Baron Bodissey

    Unspiek, Baron Bodissey, a philosopher of Old Earth and elsewhere and creator of a philosophical encyclopedia of twelve volumes, entitled LIFE, was especially scathing in regard to what he called “hyper-didacticism”, meaning the employment of abstractions a half-dozen stages removed from reality to justify some pseudo-profound intellectualism. Toward the end of his life he was excommunicated from the human race by the Assembly of Egalitarians. Baron Bodissey’s comment was succinct: “The point is moot.” To this day the most erudite thinkers of the Gaean Reach ponder the significance of the remark.

    nk (dbc370)

  84. So the alternative, is non cooperation with the authorities, what would o’keefe say of new Orleans and Newark not to mention Prince George’s cty

    narciso (d1f714)

  85. Or consider a Washington dc jury like Ted Stevens faced.

    narciso (d1f714)

  86. You Ever-trumpets are enabling the dry drunk. Friends don’t let him drive

    http://www.npr.org/2017/08/19/544580016/what-trumps-increasing-isolation-could-mean-for-his-presidency

    Ben burn (98819f)

  87. Gingrich said on “America’s Newsroom” that Trump must take an in-depth look at his position and analyze why his approval rating is around a dismal 35 percent. ”

    About the same as it was when America decided Hillary was still a worse proposition, even with 90% of the MSM rooting her on.

    For the MSM the campaign never stopped, they’ve just dialed it to 11 in their outrage that so many have tuned them out.

    Party hearty when they take it to 12, it wont seem like a bad idea to the left until it’s way too late.

    harkin (7e501e)

  88. No pervs on the Stevens jury narco? Sad.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  89. Couldn’t agree more, harkin. Nothing makes me like Trump more than the fake news from CNN and WaPo. People 1) don’t like unfairness and 2) they don’t like it when the media pisses on their leg and tells them it’s raining.

    nk (dbc370)

  90. Maybe the eleventy-dimensional chess skills have convinced Donald he can do it solo. His enablers scream with delight!

    Ben burn (98819f)

  91. @69 & 74

    will help Trump implement his campaign promises or neuter them.

    This implies, I believe, that Trump had any bona fide intentions to fulfill any substantive political goals in the first place. This implication of course is a false premise. Trump is a salesman whose product is Trump, first and foremost. Substantive political goals (predicated on his gaining the Presidency) were likely quite few — apart from such tax policy or other policy goals which would, in a very idiosyncratic way, benefit Trump (and, incidently, those in similar economic circumstances). And for most of the campaign I seriously doubt that he believed he had a serious chance of winning the contest to begin with. Not becoming President would not have been considered by him to be a loss – not merely because Trump is constitutionally incapable of accepting that anything he has ever done (or could do) can properly be described as losing/failing/falling short – but also because the process would have been a “kick” in and of itself – and one which held every prospect of advancing the Trump brand/Trump narcissism, merely by it’s having had been made. Gaining the Presidency was simply both the icing and the cherry on top of the cake, not the cake itself.

    So, for all those out there who thought or think that Trump was baking a cake for you, well, you were mistaken/defrauded/deluded. And it’s more than past time to stop complaining about being thrown under the bus, for this reason or for that. In Trumpworld, there really is only one passenger on the bus, and that is Trump (and, perhaps, anyone who both shares his DNA or his bed, and who doesn’t cross him too awful bad).

    Q! (267694)

  92. Scratch the surface of never-trumpets and you reach their immutable core..

    “Hey! If you could just polish the Turd I’ll put it on the mantle”

    Ben burn (98819f)

  93. He left the cake out in the rain..

    https://youtu.be/CPMpeNDIGdk

    Ben burn (98819f)

  94. The sweet affection he displays for his children is because he sees them as extensions of hisself.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  95. 97 – “So, for all those out there who thought or think that Obama was baking a healthcare cake for you, where premiums would drop $2,500 for a family of four and you could keep your dr/plan, well, you were mistaken/defrauded/deluded.”

    FYP

    harkin (7e501e)

  96. Well, that’s politics isn’t it, Q!. Clinton – Bush – Obama – Trump. There’s always tension between campaign promises and the victor’s ability and intentions to follow through on them. The first season of Trump the President bogged down in achieving its stated goals and now looks for progress with a new cast for the fall. We’ll soon see how they do.

    No president wants to fail. Afghanistan, North Korea, Iran, China, Russia and the Fed will have more influence on Trump’s presidency than Charlottesville but protests, conflict, congressional impotence and the bubbling markets are going to drive more headlines and inflame more passions. Trump’s decision to get the WH staff on the same page matters but what page they’re on also matters. That’s all I was saying.

    crazy (11d38b)

  97. More and more, I care less and less whether Trump is keeping his promises. The discomfiture of the Left at his lack of pandering to their weirdness and freakishness, actually going out of his way to tell them “Shove it!” (if not always in so many words), so 180 degrees from Obama and 175 from the Shrub, satisfies me.

    nk (dbc370)

  98. You never cared about any promises. Caring takes heart.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  99. @103 It’s very understandable that you should feel that way. And commendably realistic to implicitly acknowledge the marked ineffectiveness (and/or incompetence and/or lack of will/discipline/etc.) of Trump as President -slash- “leader of his party (the party “in power”, btw), and to take such meager (mostly emotional) solace where one can. Which is not to deny that Trump-qua-President is not an unmitigated zero – for of course his most prominent “accomplishment” is that he is not a Democrat (much less the dreaded HC!). Far greater Republican/conservative accomplishments would likely be in the offing, however, were Trump to simply resign – ain’t that ironical?

    And why wouldn’t he be justified — & indeed, celebrated — for wanting to spend more time with the wife, and kids, and golf clubs? Deserving of a statue for that alone – and I for one would fully support any legislative effort to so en-marble (en-gild?) him! (Both marble and gold; now that’s squaring the circle!)

    Q! (267694)

  100. “Q” for Quimby

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  101. meh these left wing trolls
    can’t line ’em up against walls
    or place in camps…………. yet

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  102. I thought you were busted to Fox?

    False colors.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  103. Busted to Pfc..

    Ben burn (98819f)

  104. failed BLUE policies
    teh keyboard diarrhea
    ben was badly burned

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  105. Gingrich, the body positive version of a weathervane.

    urbanleftbehind (c4e34e)

  106. http://www.newyorker.com/news/ryan-lizza/the-rise-and-fall-of-steve-bannon

    We’re in for an army of Stephen Miller.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  107. Of course they are anti-democratic…

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/sheriff-trump-wants-us-to-break-the-law

    Ben burn (98819f)

  108. It’s amusing that so many of you seem to believe instability in the office of president is good since it’s Trump. That puts you firmly in the un American camp of wanting an elected president thrown out because you *don’t like him* either personally, politically or both. Boo-hoo. You leftists have been crying like babies since that stunned expression of stupidity struck your collective faces around 10PM on Nov. 8, 2016. But rather than honor the Constitution and the American system of peaceful transition of power you all have chosen the anti-American way (which I suspect is always your way). Stomp your feet and that didn’t work so blame Russia and that didn’t work and so on until now you are deconstructing American history to allow for the deconstruction of the American President and then America herself.

    There are very few Nazi’s left but commies and their willing accomplices (like you) proliferate the cites and educational system. What happens when your antics collapse the stock market and cause a depression? Ih, you’ll just blame Trump. Now it’s Trump’s turn to get all the blame since Bush is too far a memory and The Hoy “O” is untouchable (being a pinko himself).

    Now that Q has shown himself as a top prognosticator and a fully accredited psychologist to the political elite he has increased his usefulness to the State. I’m sure he’ll make a great kommissar for the *new* order. Perhaps in charge of re-writing the history books.

    http://moonbattery.com/graphics/orwell_robert-e-lee.jpg

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  109. Yes hoagie. Socialism is Ascendant while fascism descends. Nature has selected it for extinction.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  110. nk 103,

    I know some men who feel that way, too. Explain it to me. Is it frustration, anger, amusement, and/or have you given up?

    DRJ (15874d)

  111. Yes all those Drj, with a core h8 to smooth it out.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  112. It’s like harkin said, DRJ. Trump has bared the worst of the Left and he looks good in comparison. Additionally, if he has not done as much good as we might wish, he has not done anything all that bad, either.

    nk (dbc370)

  113. The root of fascism is National Socialism, Ben burn, and pretending otherwise leads to ridiculous thinking.

    DRJ (15874d)

  114. I look for Bannon to educate people on who should be elected, thus thinning the rino herd.

    mg (31009b)

  115. Ok, that’s plausible. But he’s completely wasting what may be our best opportunity to fix things. On the plus side, it’s fun to see New Yorkers look like complete jokes when they have the chance to lead.

    DRJ (15874d)

  116. 112, at the very least, the Paisa relatives of the alderman from the story who sound not much different from the white ethnics whom they bought their Bungalow Belt houses from. Id be rich enough to buy Breitbart from Bannon if I got a nickel from every “pinche Lincoln” I’ve heard over the years.

    urbanleftbehind (c4e34e)

  117. 122 Agreed, just don’t let urge lead to your current land commissioner.

    urbanleftbehind (c4e34e)

  118. Heh. George P? He has a lot of baggage to overcome.

    DRJ (15874d)

  119. 120.

    Ice heard the Lincoln was a Republican carp.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  120. I want a reliable conservative leader, and I think one is more likely to come from a red state than a very blue state.

    DRJ (15874d)

  121. pervy Mitt Romney came from a blue state and he’s taken the lead among Republicans in the effort to build up and leverage this white supremacy meme for political gain

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  122. plus if he can help destroy America’s heritage while he’s at it

    that’s just smart politics

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  123. Hypocrisy isn’t a big deal anymore, AX Bob. I learned it from Trump, who thinks consistency is highly overrated.

    DRJ (15874d)

  124. that Ace piece is getting a lot of play but it doesn’t really pop for me just cause

    it’s just saying that failmerica’s CNN Jake Tapper fake new propaganda sluts are slutty, and reliably so

    nobody – irrespective of political views, and including obama himself – has ever believed for a second that the propaganda sluts were going to scrutinize or be skeptical about or push back on anything what ever came out of captain food stamp’s mouth

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  125. what about the old dying idiot from red zona

    mg (31009b)

  126. with all the democrats and Trump family running amok in the whitehouse,hard to believe Bannon put up with those worms as long as he did.

    mg (31009b)

  127. plus all those sleazy p.o.s. generals

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  128. 116.Yes hoagie. Socialism is Ascendant while fascism descends. Nature has selected it for extinction.
    Ben burn (98819f) — 8/19/2017 @ 11:06 am

    A distinction with no real difference as far as I’m concerned, Ben. Either way personal Freedom evaporates.

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  129. I loathed tapper after 2000, when played the grishenko card of that era, the butterfly ballot.

    narciso (526f9a)

  130. Those p.o.s. generals are registered Democrats, I was told. Trump has banished the Republicans.

    AZ Bob (f7a491)

  131. nk,

    Ted Cruz addressed this last week when he noted that, as usual, Democrats and the media are demagoguing this event in order to portray Republicans as racist. I know this is irritating, but I don’t think the answer is to embrace our own demagogue-in-chief. The answer is to keep fighting with words and reason.

    DRJ (15874d)

  132. So the head of the Barcelona cell, is,a 40 year old Moroccan Imam, a wannabe awlaki.

    narciso (526f9a)

  133. 138, yes, even Flynn.

    urbanleftbehind (c4e34e)

  134. Unctuous Marco Rubio in his platform shoes, pervy Mitt Romney, cowardly war hero John McCain, and even dirty Walmart are demagoguing this event in order to portray Republicans as racist.

    A lot of people are very very invested in Republican racism and their white supremacy tendencies.

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  135. They had planned to blow up the largest church in Barcelona, the driver is on the loose shades of baraclan:
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/08/19/islamic-imam-thought-key-figure-spanish-terror-cell

    narciso (d1f714)

  136. That’s only true if you define the GOP as the party that welcomes white supremacists and Nazis, hf 142. Democrats and the media define the GOP that way. Do you?

    DRJ (15874d)

  137. Does Trump?

    DRJ (15874d)

  138. A reasonably competent mayor could have prevented this tragedy, but nit the self declared capital of the resistance, as signer declared back in January.

    narciso (d1f714)

  139. I mean if we care who was actually responsible.

    narciso (d1f714)

  140. DRJ all I can see is that a whole lot of Rs seem to think it meet to throw gasoline on the white supremacy conflagration that’s consuming the legitimacy of Mitch McConnell’s cowardly do-nothing Republican party.

    And they’re doing this because tee hee hee they think it will weaken President Trump.

    Tee hee hee says Marco Rubio, with his jiggly whiter-than-white blondy-blond wife at his side.

    Tee hee hee says Mitt Romney, with his jiggly whiter-than-white blondy-blond wife at his side.

    Tee hee hee says John McCain, with his dessicated whiter-than-white faux-blondy-blond wife at his side.

    But me? Not so amoozled.

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  141. Over at The People’s Cube Komissar al-Blogunov revealed he has bee *banned* by ABD. The komrade writes:

    Time to reveal a long held state secret: I am “Komissar of Reeducation” on Disqus. None of my comments have contained profanity, hints of violence, or racist material. In fact, some of my comments are clearly anti-racist. However, they are emphatically conservative in nature. Part of me is thrilled to be conspicuous enough to merit being banned by the guardians of tolerance in our media.

    Seems may internet billionaires don’t like conservatives. They will not allow any deviance from the anointed narrative. They too are blocking free speech and while they control the entire internet they pose a clear threat to Liberty. But, but we need to rid the state of statues first.

    It can’t happen here. hahahahaha. This is not the beginning of post-constitutional America it is the result of allowing a-holes in black robes DICTATE to us what clearly is and is not in the Constitution until now we have no Constitution, just people’s opinions.

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  142. More need to speak out, as Cruz did. Millions more.Tens of millions more. Speak out with voices… vote with their feet, their spending. Make it known that they will not accept this Minitru crap coming from Democrats, the Democrat Operatives With Bylines and some brain dead Republican establishment types.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  143. the republican party and the members are complete stooges. so many things should have been passed by now. continuos disrespect by the republican party towards tax payers will result in their dismissal.
    Coexist/Resist/2018

    mg (31009b)

  144. But that just proves Meghan came from old, cattle-prodded, prostate-bludgeoned seed. Either way, will She end up on the CNn-Fox hybrid or the Breity-Fox amalgam? There’s not room for 3 and OANN and Blaze may as well cash out.

    urbanleftbehind (c4e34e)

  145. Meghan’s two things have been that cause she’s young she “speaks for the conservative youth of America” and she got a slimy war hero daddy in the Senate.

    Plus an art history degree from radically fascist Columbia University.

    At the end of President Trump’s first term she’ll be on the far side of 30 and very likely daddy won’t be in the senate no mores.

    Maybe she can leverage that art history degree into a study/documentary/coffee table book of “white supremacist america’s lost and desecrated monuments.”

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  146. Consider salil mehta, his statistical ideas blog was justvmemorywholrd as if it never existed

    narciso (d1f714)

  147. hmmm nothing comes up about that on google news Mr. narciso

    better check your facts

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  148. wonder what Bannon will teach us about washerman-schlitz and the awan bros?

    mg (31009b)

  149. I hope Mr. Bannon brings our friend Mr. Milo back

    it’s not like dirty walmart or the white supremacists at Campbell’s Soup are gonna be advertising on breitbart anymore

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  150. Do you really think Republicans are speaking out against Nazis/white supremacists to hurt Trump, happyfeet? Really?

    DRJ (15874d)

  151. i think Romney/Rubio/McCain and their ilk are working very very hard to magnify the profile of an insignificant and altogether fringe white supremacist subculture (much of which is comprised of democrat party astroturf – remember the fake “white supremacists for Trump” websites the Hillary campaign put up)

    Romney/Rubio/McCain are doing this for so they can

    a.) be given a platform on CNN Jake Tapper fake news propaganda slut media and use that against President Trump

    b.) render President Trump toxic and to force leftist america-hating ceo trash at companies like dirty walmart, fascist starbucks, and the white supremacist Campbell’s Soup to join their hate campaign aimed at marginalizing a duly-elected president

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  152. 106.“Q” for Quimby

    =Haiku!= Gesundheit!

    “Colonel” for Klink. Carry a torch for Bannon und Trump you’ll get Burned.

    “Dissssssmissed!” – Col. Wilhelm Klink [Werner Klemperer] ‘Hogan’s Heroes’ CBS TV, 1965-71

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  153. Epic trolling. Mr. Trump does nothing to render himself toxic.

    Simon Jester (82e4e0)

  154. Trump is a human superfund site.

    Davethulhu (4bde51)

  155. Trump is Love Canal without an EPA..

    Ben burn (98819f)

  156. Ted Cruz addressed this last week when he noted that, as usual, Democrats and the media are demagoguing this event in order to portray Republicans as racist.

    ROFLMAO So sez Calgary’s favorite son.

    Blame Canada.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaXsWQAI2j4

    “It isn’t a real country, anyway.”

    ____

    David Duke loved Donald Trump’s news conference comments

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/…/david-duke…trump…/570517001/

    “Dukie, if this thing blows up, the Feds will be the least of our problems.”- ‘Kid Twist’ [Harold Gould] ‘The Sting’ 1973

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  157. America has a festering and persistent problem with white supremacy

    that perverted Mitt Romney, who grew up and steeped in the hateful bigotry of a church that refused to ordain black people because of the color of their skin,

    only noticed after the voters chose President Trump over his boy Jeb Bush

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  158. @157.it’s not like dirty walmart or the white supremacists at Campbell’s Soup are gonna be advertising on breitbart anymore

    JC Penney’s will; White Sales! With muslin sheets, too!

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  159. 143 – Why is the collective Republican Party aka ‘alt-right’ at fault for the woman run down by a racist but in Europe it’s just ‘vehicles’ with minds of their own doing the murder rampage?

    harkin (7e501e)

  160. To suggest that it’s those around Trump making him toxic is to infantalize the President of the United States, and relieve him of being responsible for his own actions. This makes him little more than a baby. But then when I look at his hissy fits, outbursts and constant blaming of others for difficulties of his own making, it makes perfect sense.

    Dana (023079)

  161. President Trump hasn’t done or said anything remotely racist

    but if you listen to the deranged blatherings of a cowardly slimy disgrace-to-his-uniform war hero like John McCain you’d never know that

    he wants you to think President Trump has a white supremacy problem

    and with the help of pervy Mitt Romney and open borders slut Marco Rubio, his lies have gained a lot of traction

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  162. 107.meh these left wing trolls can’t line ’em up against walls or place in camps…………. yet

    =Haiku!= Gesundheit!

    Herr Colonel ist Kommandant of Stalag Trumpenteen; aka Camp Runamuck.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  163. @ nk,

    More and more, I care less wether Trump is keeping his promises.

    Then he’s essentially just become a useful tool in mocking and exposing Democrats as he simultaneously exposes himself as resembling them as well?

    Dana (023079)

  164. Fools find Beinart appealing and persuasive. He’s much like NPR, in that respect.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  165. A little thin-skinned there comrade DCSCA. You need you get used to The Colonel’s sarcasm. Although the nationalist socialists did throw people in stalags they were for prisoners of war. Not to be confused with what the real leftist communists did. They “re-educate” people. They are gulags and they were for killing their own people. A good comrade such as you should know that.

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  166. I think what nk is trying to say there Dana is it really doesn’t matter. The cacophony of BS will continue regardless of what Trump says or does. And it will continue if there becomes a president Pence. It’s a coup, not a “protest”.

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  167. @169. At this point WH staff are little more than enablers for a blatant racist who exposed his true colors to the world at Tuesday’s Trump Tower depresser.

    ‘Archie Bunker’ was from Queens, too.

    “Well, I mean, God is white, ain’t he?!” – Archie Bunker [Carroll O’Connor] ‘All In The Family’ CBS TV, 1971

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  168. @175. “Schultz!!!! Report!”

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  169. Dana is burning down the house.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  170. I think I’ve detected the early onset of dementia in DCSCA…

    He’s caught himself with a jar of mayonnaise in his hand, while standing in front of the refrigerator, and he can’t remember whether he wanted to put it away, or start making a sandwich.

    He also often finds himself on the landing of the stairs and can’t remember whether he was on his way up or down.

    And then there’s his far-left politics… that about seals it.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  171. 166… that misbegotten doctrine was changed nearly half a century ago now, happyfeet. What has happened since then? That church has spread around the world and has been a force for peace, brotherhood, morality and providing life-saving assistance to victims of natural disasters and those in need for decades. What do you do outside of running your mouth?

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  172. I think the definition of ‘sense of humor’ must include self-deprecation .

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-usc-traveler-20170818-story,amp.html

    Ben burn (98819f)

  173. @149 Oh, Hoagster. As a rule I don’t care to view the suffering of my fellow creatures. So I experience some degree of compassion to see you in such abject pain. You must be a most unhappy fellow (or simply a pseudo-crybaby with an agenda?), for by any lights, your dismay roils over and under, to lee and to windward, tossed – as you unmercifully are – on the ever-cresting waters of infamy and destruction.

    I wish there were something I could do to help you – to honestly help you – weather this Vale of Tears you find yourself traveling through. Where you find yourself being rudely swept along at breakneck pace — the river awash with broken branches and the off-cast filth of your lessers; and with packs of wolves, hyenas and jackals abounding on the banks, with but a single thought behind their beady, burning, little eyes: devour the Reverend and America alike!

    I know I am destined to fail you, oh your Hoagieness; I am unworthy before you and not up to the task in the least. But so as to try to soothe that fevered brow of yours (and I cannot do more than try) – herein my offering:

    Hush little baby,
    Don’t you cry;
    Donald’s gonna step up
    By and by.

    ‘N if Mr. Handsies
    Goes for your crotch,
    Just suck it up
    (Braced by a scotch?)

    And if the Moon
    Falls from the sky,
    ‘Twern’t real to start with
    So never mind.

    And if this doesn’t
    Calm your soul –
    I tried, but I’m just
    An a-hole. { { shrug emoji }}

    Q! (267694)

  174. Absolutely certifiable… SURELY A CONTENDER FOR THE MOST WOKE SENTENCE YET UTTERED: “From Kansas, the eclipse goes to Missouri, still mostly bypassing black people.”

    “Professor Ristroph is of course an educator, a graduate of Harvard.”

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/273323/

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  175. House Dem introduces measure urging Trump undergo mental exam.

    I wonder what the author intends to accomplish?

    Ben burn (98819f)

  176. I confess I have never attended a Chess Tourney wherein every player simultaneously stalemated..

    Ben burn (98819f)

  177. And only half their number were aware of it, I failed to mention out of empathy for their embarrassment. Then I thought “What the h*ll”

    Ben burn (98819f)

  178. Coronello, howz the x1/9?

    Steve57 (0b1dac)

  179. “When entire movement built on anger & hatred towards people different than you, it justifies & ultimately leads to violence against them.” – sleazy little Marco Rubio, Republican, justifying that violence all up in it

    such a good little man

    very Christian

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  180. If you’re going to execute anyone execute the …

    Steve57 (0b1dac)

  181. ben burnee bro – go fetch DCSCA some ice for his sore foot that he got kicking the bob lee statue

    mg (31009b)

  182. @181- =Haiku!= Gesundheit!

    Barry’s Boy breaks Goldwater Rule with Bunker mentality.

    “I hate entertainment. Entertainment is a thing of the past, now we got television.” – Archie Bunker [Carroll O’Connor] ‘All In The Family’ CBS TV, 1979

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  183. i like statues

    sometimes i take pictures of them but not often

    but like, if it’s one of those green statues what’s oxidized

    if you take a pic and render it black and white you can see more better what the sculptor’s intent was

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  184. 193. Ice melts. So does bronze ;-).

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  185. this was some of the crimethink Mehta was exhibiting:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/salilstatistics/status/898570209442844674/photo/1

    narciso (d1f714)

  186. I like cheese melts.

    Steve57 (0b1dac)

  187. 144.That’s only true if you define the GOP as the party that welcomes white supremacists and Nazis…

    The GOP doesn’t ‘want’ their views; just their votes.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  188. @ Ben burn,

    Dana is burning down the house.

    Exactly, how I am doing that?

    Dana (023079)

  189. X is running like new car… tune up, radiator flushed and smogged for reg renewal. I’ve thought about selling the 500 Abarth and replacing it with a new 124 Abarth Spider, but every time I drive the 500 and the X1/9, I’m reminded how much I love both of ’em, so I’ve fought the urge to this point.

    Thx for asking, Steve, and hope all is well with you.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  190. Watch out you might get what you’re after
    BenBurned is strange and gettin’ stranger
    Day nahs an ordinary guy
    Burning down the house

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  191. I agree Rubio was wrong to say views justify violence, hf, and I hope he doesn’t think that. Views can lead to violence but they don’t justify it.

    But that’s not what you said. You said Republicans are magnifying this story to hurt Trump. IMO they want this story to go away before it hurts everyone, but the white supremacists, the anarchists, the Democrats, the media, and Trump are the ones preventing it from going away.

    DRJ (15874d)

  192. By summing up in few words a fine sagacity. Bon compliment.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  193. I write @ General height, haiku.

    Pfc on a need to know basis

    Ben burn (98819f)

  194. Burnin down the house with Ben burn

    https://youtu.be/u06DpcFXc4U

    Ben burn (98819f)

  195. they could point to who was directly responsible with his criminal malfeasance, that would be the mayor of cville, but it’s more important to virtue signal, as if they would ever win that contest

    https://twitter.com/Circa/status/899001094067544064

    narciso (d1f714)

  196. IMO they want this story to go away before it hurts everyone

    how many moar tweets facebook posts and tv interviews implying that President Trump has white supremacist sympathies should sleazy war hero John McCain and his pervy friend Mitt Romney do for to make this go away you think

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  197. and we all gettin hosed tonight

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  198. What’s not to like, Steve? Take the targa top off and it’s top down motoring with a good roll bar…

    https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.productioncars.com%2Fsend_file.php%2Ffiat_x19_red_1982.jpg&imgrefurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.productioncars.com%2Fgallery.php%3Fcar%3D5838%26make%3DFiat%26model%3DX19&docid=KdIlICPx78fBxM&tbnid=30ZbRCCInKY5LM%3A&vet=10ahUKEwjdhunStOTVAhUQ5mMKHbdrAQ8QMwhsKCUwJQ..i&w=504&h=348&hl=en-us&client=safari&bih=331&biw=667&q=fiat%20×19%20photos&ved=0ahUKEwjdhunStOTVAhUQ5mMKHbdrAQ8QMwhsKCUwJQ&iact=mrc&uact=8

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  199. I’m gonna follow my link into teh kitchen and make a turkey sammich… suhweeeeet!!!

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  200. IMO they want this story to go away before it hurts everyone

    Muslims fear anti-Islam backlash…

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  201. @ happyfeet,

    how many moar tweets facebook posts and tv interviews implying that President Trump has white supremacist sympathies should sleazy war hero John McCain and his pervy friend Mitt Romney do for to make this go away you think

    So you don’t think Trump has done anything to exacerbate the situation, noted r give cause to question his views regarding the past week? Exactly what is he responsible for with regard to the events of the past week – surely his own words, no?

    Dana (023079)

  202. “but the white supremacists, the anarchists, the Democrats, the media, and Trump are the ones preventing it from going away.”

    Would you mind identifying the good guys?

    Ben burn (98819f)

  203. if Republican war hero trash like Mitt Romney, Marco Rubio and John McCain love black people so much

    why are they trying to derail the most african-american-friendly economic agenda we’ve had a president put forward in decades?

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  204. Hey Dana! How about a little something..you know..for the effort.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  205. She and Dana..

    Who are the good guys?

    Ben burn (98819f)

  206. SHE..ffs. DRJ.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  207. Dana which words are you talking about what indicate that, as the CNN Jake Tapper fake news propaganda sluts have alleged, President Trump is all down with white supremacy?

    cause i haven’t seen where he said anything of the sort

    now I grant you that demented war hero trash like John McCain may hear different things from other people

    but I think I’ve heard everything everyone else has (normal decent people), and no way no how has there been even a teensy tiny hint of white supremacist thinkings emanate from President Trump or the White House

    quite the opposite actually

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  208. i am being tested.

    Steve57 (0b1dac)

  209. Mr. Welch: Senator —
    Senator McCarthy: Let — let me finish.

    Mr. Welch: — may we not drop this?

    Senator McCarthy: Let me finish.

    Mr. Welch: We know he belonged to the Lawyers’ Guild.
    Senator McCarthy: No, let me finish —

    Mr. Welch: And Mr. Cohn nods his head at me. I did you, I think, no personal injury, Mr. Cohn?

    Mr. Cohn: No, sir.
    Mr. Welch: I meant to do you no personal injury.

    Mr. Cohn: No, sir.

    Mr. Welch: And if I did —
    Senator McCarthy: No —
    Mr. Welch: — I beg your pardon. Let us not assassinate this lad further, Senator.
    Senator McCarthy: Let’s, let’s —

    Mr. Welch: You’ve done enough. Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last? Have you left no sense of decency?

    THIS is the problema….conservatives, as a class (don’t WHINE about exceptions to the RULE) are devoid of graciousness.

    Ben burn (98819f)

  210. 199.144.That’s only true if you define the GOP as the party that welcomes white supremacists and Nazis…

    The GOP doesn’t ‘want’ their views; just their votes.
    DCSCA (797bc0) — 8/19/2017 @ 3:42 pm

    Unlike the Democrat Party who want the votes if the communists while taking their endorsements and support. Then, they adopt their platform. And now it seems, their thug strategy. How lovely.

    It really tales balls the be the party of slavery, the party of Jim Crow, the party of separate but equal, the party that created the KKK as their racist enforcers to even *hint* at anyone else being white supremacists or racists. But the Democrat Party pulls that crap all the time. The party that *defined* racism in America calls every body else racist. Whay a bunch of blind hypocrites.

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  211. turkey sammich… suhweeeeet!!!

    =Haiku!= Gesundheit! A bird Colonel after all; heavy on the mayo.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  212. so in a week we went from protesting Robert e lee, to taking down joan of arc, I hesitate to consider where we’ll be this time, next week,

    narciso (d1f714)

  213. because heck knows, we got all our grit together, on every front right, that’s why ceo’s don’t have to worry about competitiveness or infrastructure, the last after a 1 trillion dollar investment,

    narciso (d1f714)

  214. Who are the good guys?

    People who don’t try to use this event to score political points. Similarly, it would be bad to use the Scalise shooting to score political points. We can and should talk about the political implications of events. Maybe it’s a fine line but I think we can draw it.

    DRJ (15874d)

  215. It really tales balls the be the party of slavery, the party of Jim Crow, the party of separate but equal, the party that created the KKK as their racist enforcers to even *hint* at anyone else being white supremacists or racists. But the Democrat Party pulls that crap all the time. The party that *defined* racism in America calls every body else racist. Whay a bunch of blind hypocrites.

    These were all conservative opinions, which is why you find their supporters in the current conservative party.

    Davethulhu (4bde51)

  216. You’d better knock on wood, DCSCA. Only this time after knocking, don’t head to the front door thinking you have a visitor.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  217. There are Republicans and Democrats who are gracious, and some who aren’t. You know that, Ben burn.

    DRJ (15874d)

  218. well lets see the shooter, who disappeared down the memory hole like a white rabbit, had a target list of congressman, and he was in communications with two senators, the second most outrageous story was about that shooting in denton, where an fbi informant, practically pointed out who to hit,

    narciso (d1f714)

  219. happyfeet,

    You and some other Trump supporters seem to think that holding Trump accountable for what he says and does, and letting him be criticized, is somehow unfair. It actually may help him. Not only will it force him to think about what he believes and why, but most people will cut him slack as long as he articulates a reasonable view. Trump has an opportunity here.

    DRJ (15874d)

  220. people can criticize President Trump all they want

    but a lot of them are trashy opportunists just trying to score political points off of a tragedy

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  221. But, as usual, now Trump is trying to have it both ways. He always tried to take the popular position, even if it means doing a 180 as public opinion shifts. This is what gives politicians a bad name.

    DRJ (15874d)

  222. I am not exactly embracing Trump. I see how despicable the Democrats are; the kind of societal refuse they are aligning themselves with; the chaos they are trying to cause in our society; and I definitely do not want them as the alt.ernative.

    nk (dbc370)

  223. It really tales balls the be the party of slavery, the party of Jim Crow, the party of separate but equal, the party that created the KKK as their racist enforcers to even *hint* at anyone else being white supremacists or racists. But the Democrat Party pulls that crap all the time. The party that *defined* racism in America calls every body else racist. Whay a bunch of blind hypocrites.

    +1

    nk (dbc370)

  224. No, they are not conservative positions. They are Woodrow Wilson, capital “P” Progressive positions, all intended to control the underclass.

    nk (dbc370)

  225. speaking of accountability

    could this tragedy have been prevented if the ivy league trash democrat mayor had done his job?

    if the pig democrat governor had done his job?

    instead they told the useless cowardly charlottesville cops to stand down and let violence reign in the streets

    and the cops said okey dokey

    as long as we get a sweet pension, we’ll happily let violence reign in the streets

    even if people die

    this is who we are

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  226. he was taking them at their word, these are the same black bloc, which have been rampaging since seattle in 99, they became occupy in 2011, as the foil to the tea party

    narciso (d1f714)

  227. @231. =Haiku!= Gesundheit!

    You got the bird- on a hard roll. Now wash it down mitt a/Heineken und schnapps chaser.

    “I’ll tell you something about misery – misery wants beer!” – Archie Bunker [Carroll O’Connor] ‘All In The Family’ CBS TV, 1976

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  228. When the KKK, Nazis, BLM and Antifa fight, I only complain when there are too few casualties. The police protect the persons and property of decent people and let the freaks thin their own herds.

    nk (dbc370)

  229. The police *should* protect

    nk (dbc370)

  230. What White America Must Do Next

    Eddie Glaude, Time

    hrm

    i thought Mr. Colonel’s turkey sammich idea was pretty good

    i wonder what Eddie’s got up his sleeve what can top that

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  231. 237… I note some personal growth there, lol.

    But seriously, spot on +10.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  232. @236. But, as usual, now Trump is trying to have it both ways.

    He’s never going to be able to escape this one or talk his way out of or around it, DRJ. Every thing he says or does from now on will be seen and heard through the filter of Tuesday’s depresser. It will dog him at every event. ‘Good’ people are walking away from him. And anybody who props him up outside of family inside the Cabinet or out is merely an enabler.

    He’s as much a world class bigot on the world’s TV screens today as ‘Archie Bunker’ was.

    He was from Queens, too.

    But what a show.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  233. antifa thugs should have to drink p

    mg (31009b)

  234. “These were all conservative opinions, which is why you find their supporters in the current Conservative party.”

    DaveCthulhu 🐙 (4bde51) — 8/19/2017 @ 5:29 pm

    The city of Portland, Oregon is an excellent example of where the current supporters of these Democrat conceived initiatives and policies can be found… one of many Blue-controlled, overwhelmingly white metros.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  235. “The Democrats were the party of slavery!”

    *flies a confederate flag*

    *defends Robert E. Lee*

    *votes straight ticket Republican*

    Davethulhu (4bde51)

  236. Will Bannon say what he thinks about kushner?

    mg (31009b)

  237. Beverly Hills antifa were filmed protesting that george soros hasn’t paid them.
    What now ben burnee bro?

    mg (31009b)

  238. Comrade Davethulhu, you can type whatever nonsense you want but we all know who the racists are and it ain’t the Party of Lincoln. Just look at the Democrat controlled cities with their ghettos, the modern day Democrat Plantation where they keep and feed their “darkies” and whip them out on election day for payback time. You and your Democrat comrades are little more than 21st century slavers. Only now the chains that bind the blacks are EBT cards, day care, housing, Medicaid, and government quotas. Hell, you leftist won’t even allow blacks to get school vouchers for fear they’ll realize you’ve been oppressing them all along and pissing on their heads.

    Or as the highly intelegent member of antifa shouted today in Seattle shouted: “We fight f***ing Nazis,” she said. “We punch them, we hurt them, we prevent them from having a platform.”

    “You failed us,” she continued. “All of you who stood by when we were like, ‘Please, please follow us. The Nazis are that way!’ F**k your f***ing Constitution, f**k your liberal Bernie bullshit. We are here to fight Nazis.”

    You leftists are and always have been racist anti Americans you’re just now letting it show. And it’s ugly. Very, very ugly. But fear not comrade, should you survive the purge you’ll be a camp commandant and you can get back at all us big bad conservatives.

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  239. Moderation again. What is this, Google?

    Rev.Hoagie® (630eca)

  240. Will Bannon say what he thinks about kushner?

    Who do you think “West Wing democrats” was referring to?

    Dave (445e97)

  241. “Overlooked by the AP is the possibility that the Democrats have no messages of their own to communicate. Which reminds me–whatever happened to the Russia collusion story? It was of world-historical significance until it disappeared overnight, succeeded by a new opportunity for Trump-hatred.”

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2017/08/the-ap-notices-democrats-may-be-making-a-mistake.php

    harkin (29ff9e)

  242. Where did all the nitwits barking incessantly about “Russian Collusion” go?

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  243. Thanks, harkin.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  244. The new pressed metphta pill suggest is, as well as the recent cook report, yes the latter is bupkis but the dams swear by it.

    narciso (d1f714)

  245. 260.Where did all the nitwits barking incessantly about “Russian Collusion” go?

    The Department of Justice.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  246. No, don’t think so. You’re still here. Just one egregious example…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  247. 227.so in a week we went from protesting Robert e lee, to taking down joan of arc, I hesitate to consider where we’ll be this time, next week,

    Virginia Mayo.

    Oh my, that’s the name of an actress, too.

    Maybe her estate can sue.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  248. The “Democratic Plantation” theory requires that black people either have no agency, or are complicit in their own enslavement, both pretty awful opinions.

    Here’s the National Review with their take on it:

    That African Americans’ attitudes toward economic issues are strongly influenced by their historical experience of economic exclusion is consistent with other aspects of black life beyond political-party affiliation. For example, blacks are notably risk-averse when it comes to personal financial decisions. Blacks are much less likely to invest in stocks than are similarly situated whites. They invest relatively less in risk-involved instruments such as stocks and bonds and more in risk-mitigating instruments such as life insurance. (That is one of the reasons that affluent black households often end up less wealthy than white households with identical incomes and education levels. Women exhibit similarly risk-averse investing behavior with the same result.) Risk aversion is the reason that many Americans — black, white, and other — are made anxious by proposed changes to the welfare system, even when they themselves are unlikely ever to need it. They view the welfare state as (that inevitable phrase) a safety net.

    And that is what the plantation theory gets wrong. Democrats are not buying black votes with welfare benefits. Democrats appeal to blacks, to other minority groups, and — most significant — to women with rhetoric and policies that promise the mitigation of risk. (Never mind that these policies don’t work — voters never sort that out.) Conservatives routinely generalize our own economic confidence, assuming that it is shared by the general public, with catastrophic political consequences. The health-care debate represented the most notable instance of this faulty assumption in recent years; every Republican politician who could get near a microphone was harrumphing about how we had the greatest health-care system in the world, but they all failed to appreciate the anxiety inherent in being tied to an employer-based insurance plan during times of economic uncertainty. (In the 21st century, all times are times of economic uncertainty.)

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/354265/plantation-theory-kevin-d-williamson

    Davethulhu (4bde51)

  249. mayo is where war hero john mccain is bravely battling cancer

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  250. and tweeting about how Trump is a big fat white supremer

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  251. quite. the. legacy.

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  252. R.I.P. Dick Gregory

    Icy (f734af)

  253. Mr. Williamson is absolutely right. And it is all the Republicans’ fault for ripping black people out of their cradle to grave security on the Southern plantations in 1865. They were the descendants of the same evil white men who had torn the peasantry out of the same cradle to grave security on their feudal lords’ fiefs in Europe, and whose heartless philosophy had chased away the loving care of King George III for the American colonists.

    nk (dbc370)

  254. So how does Williamson explain the almost universal socialism in Europe? There aren’t all that many black people there. Women’s suffrage?

    nk (dbc370)

  255. @270 [From today’s NYT piece]

    His real break came in January 1961, when he was asked to fill in for the comedian Irwin Corey, who had canceled a gig at the flagship Playboy Club in Chicago. On the big night, club managers had misgivings; the house was packed with businessmen from the Deep South. No matter, Mr. Gregory said. He insisted on performing.

    “I understand there are a great many Southerners in the room tonight,” he began his act. “I know the South very well. I spent 20 years there one night.” He so won over the crowd that Playboy’s Hugh Hefner signed him for three more weeks, then extended the contract.

    A funny man and a good soul. RIP.

    Q! (267694)

  256. “”I am a reporter at ProPublica, a nonprofit investigative newsroom in New York. I am contacting you to let you know that we are including your website in a list of sites that have been designated as hate or extremist by the American Defamation League or the Southern Poverty Law Center. We have identified all the tech platforms that are supporting websites on the ADL and SPLC lists.
    We would like to ask you a few questions:

    1) Do you disagree with the designation of your website as hate or extremist? Why?

    2) We identified several tech companies on your website: PayPal, Amazon, Newsmax, and Revcontent. Can you confirm that you receive funds from your relationship with those tech companies? How would the loss of those funds affect your operations, and how would you be able to replace them?

    3) Have you been shut down by other tech companies for being an alleged hate or extremist web site? Which companies?

    4) Many people opposed to sites like yours are currently pressuring tech companies to cease their relationships with them – what is your view of this campaign? Why?”

    In other words, nice website you’ve got there. It would be a shame if anything happened to it.”

    https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/2017/08/19/propublica-working-google-document-hate-threatens-conservative-bloggers/

    harkin (7e501e)

  257. “The only person on the planet saying derogatory things about his woman is the black man.” – Dick Gregory

    RIP

    harkin (7e501e)

  258. @274 Heavens, Harkin – that’s quite the leap! (The call for protection money or the like, or else: where, what, who, huh?)

    In other words, nice website you’ve got there. It would be a shame if anything happened to it.

    A media outfit is planning a story, and makes seemingly relevant responsible inquires of the subjects of the story for their comments? What’s the world coming to! This First Amendment stuff has gotten quite out of hand!

    Q! (267694)

  259. Mr. Williamson is absolutely right. And it is all the Republicans’ fault for ripping black people out of their cradle to grave security on the Southern plantations in 1865. They were the descendants of the same evil white men who had torn the peasantry out of the same cradle to grave security on their feudal lords’ fiefs in Europe, and whose heartless philosophy had chased away the loving care of King George III for the American colonists.

    Good job making the exact error he describes.

    Davethulhu (09325c)

  260. Refusing to pander to the lazy and the fearful, who want to be spoon fed in the safety of their mamas’ bosom, is not error. The error was giving them the vote, so they can vote themselves goodies from the labor of others.

    nk (dbc370)

  261. From Wikipedia:

    Gregory was an outspoken activist during the US Embassy Hostage Crisis in Iran. In 1980 he traveled to Tehran to attempt to negotiate the hostages’ release and engaged in a public hunger strike there, weighing less than 100 pounds (45 kg) when he returned to the United States.

    Kevin M (752a26)

  262. Beverly Hills ANTIFA

    A wise cracking BLM activist from Atlanta heads to LA to investigate her partner’s murder by White Supremecists smuggling Nazi memorabilia through a coffee warehouse.

    “You better get Victor Maitland here right now before I beat your a$$ with a bike lock! I ain’t playin’! Heh heh heh heh!l”

    Starring Tyler Perry as Madea.

    Pinandpuller (1db91d)

  263. Daves not here, take the reds, man.

    mg (31009b)

  264. http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/19/paul-ryan-advised-republicans-to-run-from-trump-prior-to-election-day-says-gohmert-video/
    Kil, kill, kill the republican party. Ryan is a perverted putrid little pos. Club him antifa.

    mg (31009b)

  265. Bannon T.V. – can’t wait.

    mg (31009b)

  266. Love it, Trump is bringing down the republican party. These hacks should be in chains.

    mg (31009b)

  267. 276 – ” that’s quite the leap! (The call for protection money or the like, or else: where, what, who, huh?)”

    I would think most clearly can see it as a call for intimidation, submission and/or silence of anything opposing the groupthink.

    But if you include yourself among those who claim that any site which publishes facts on jihad is automatically a hate/extremist site, I can see the disconnect.

    And I had no idea that First Amendment freedom of press is now practiced by sending out questionnaires with subtle threats at loss of revenue and outright technical shutdown.

    harkin (7e501e)

  268. You’ve seen them on your streets

    You’ve seen them on your TV

    They’re mad at Hitler

    They’re mad at their dad

    They’re Hot ANTIFA Girls in the Shower

    Is it a shower of glass?

    Is it a shower of OMG Becky what is that a shower of?

    Coming in August.

    Pinandpuller (1db91d)

  269. @285 I would think most clearly can see it [Pro Publica’s request for comments] as a call for intimidation, submission and/or silence of anything opposing the groupthink

    I would hope that most readers would have better reading skills than that. But even if some (or many) have mediocre reading skills – but super powerful reading into skills – and Pro Publica is an agent of some nefarious conspiracy dedicated to “… end [] the Internet as we know it and [render] America [] no better than totalitarian China and N. Korea“, then, by all means, you by rights ought to fight that with every ounce of your energies and treasure. This is a free country, governed overwhelmingly by the market-place and capital and ingenuity and honest effort. And, as you phrase it – this is a damn serious matter!

    If I shared your underlying concern, I certainly would agree that I should rouse my fellows, and strive to honestly persuade the indifferent or undecided; I should pledge myself to ensuring that the supple tools of American Democracy should ensure that that dismal end which you foresee should not come to pass.

    Good luck in every honest effort and dollar that you so expend, my friend. I admire and celebrate your zeal and patriotic devotion, in advance. I do.

    Q! (267694)

  270. Ryan is off on another darning his socks exercise. A CNN townhall.

    narciso (d1f714)

  271. That sound s more like the plot of lethal weapon 2, left unsaid was how did the coke get to jihanesburg, seems an extra step.

    narciso (d1f714)

  272. Hohum, it helps that she has a relative as a us atty;
    nypost.com/2017/08/19/it-staffers-may-have-compromised-sensitive-data-to-foreign-intelligence

    narciso (d1f714)

  273. “I’m not merely being glib: Racial resentment has been a driving force behind College Republican recruitment for years, but at this point it’s really all they have left to offer. In the age of President Donald Trump, what inspires a young person not merely to be conservative or vote Republican, but to get active in organized Republican politics? Do you think it’s a fervent belief that Paul Ryan knows the optimal tax policy to spur economic growth? Or do you think it’s more likely to be something else?”

    http://splinternews.com/charlottesville-was-a-preview-of-the-future-of-the-repu-1797988745

    Ben burn (98819f)

  274. 287 – “Good luck in every honest effort and dollar that you so expend, my friend. I admire and celebrate your zeal and patriotic devotion, in advance. I do.”

    We need help from your side too. If you agree that companies like Google, Facebook etc. – which have already been found to be manipulating employees/data/searches to promote racism/leftism/statism/socialism and the Balkanization of the citizenry at the expense of truth – are NOT performing a service for the common good, then help fight for the cause.

    If you are totally OK with it, then by all means sit back, cheer them on and inherit the wind.

    harkin (7e501e)

  275. Harkin: embracing the past has some merit, but not everything is worth preserving. Take nostalgia for instance.

    The ‘good old day’s is a delusion. The brain tends to remember the good things and dispense with the unpleasant . The future usually means progress so why does it scare conservatives so much?

    Ben burn (98819f)

  276. One only needs to get rid of the outluer, the samizdat press, the rizzotto trey cadre will fill in nicely

    narciso (d1f714)

  277. 280, we know Eddie Murphy won’t be cast in a cameo, for he choose the same “path” as Rombey, Rubio and McCain per Happyfeet. Sometimes I think hf is the ghost of a certain former Houston congresswoman.

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  278. @293 Dunno what to tell you, Harkin. I thought I was moderately clear that I wasn’t convinced of the purported threat by the piece you posted to – though maybe more alarm bells would sound for me if I believed x, y, or z and thought alpha, beta, and gamma were likely. And if there were presented to me moderately clear ways to take or support effective action, given the above (and other similarly relevant criteria).

    Even so, inertia is at times a mighty enemy (while at others, a powerful friend). And as far as working to overcome what I believe is substantial inertia to “your project” (whatever its parameters or details – and I stress I’m not soliciting anything further on this), I would make just a couple further anecdotal observations:

    (1. In the article you posted to there were at my reading 757 comments;
    (2. I scrolled through 4 or 5 screens, I think, of “further comments” before I discovered even one comment that was generally on point to the article;
    (3. I don’t know how many comments were from distinct commenters (and I won’t swear I didn’t miss a “generally on point comment” in my scrolling);
    (4. As I rapidly skimmed the comments, the posters seemed to me to be, say 80+ % what I would probably peg as “conservative” or “radical conservative”;
    (5. As to the 1 (one) “generally on point comment” (above), its 1st para. read as follows: “If this is true, then it is time to regulate the bejeebus out of Google, Bing and other search engines.”

    I don’t know whether the above gives you thrills or chills (or seems as irrelevant as beige espadrilles) but I thought it worth passing along, in the current context.

    Q! (267694)

  279. I didn’t know that Joan of Arc owned slaves .
    AZ Bob (f7a491)

    Patricia (5fc097) — 8/19/2017 @ 7:17 am

    Of course. Lincoln did too!

    Today I read that Benjamin Franklin did (for most of his life)

    And that mnight even be true. The northern states abolished slavery (orphased it out) as a result opff the thinking that went on at the time of American Revolution. That would be mostly in 1780s. Benjamin Franklin I think head some kind of abolistion society – but that was in the 1780s. The q

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/aug/17/abraham-lincoln-monument-torched-in-chicago-an-abs/

    Sammy Finkelman (02a146)

  280. The Quakers were against it earlier but it took somme time to decide to read people out of their movement who owned slaves and first it was only slave traders I think.

    http://slavenorth.com/pennsylvania.htm

    Quakers felt uneasy about slavery; in part because they had doubts about the propriety of owning another person, but also because they feared it was a luxury that marked them as worldly, and in part because they feared Africans would be a bad influence on their families. Pennsylvania Mennonites had expressed concerns about slavery since the 17th century, but it was only in 1758 that Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends made buying or selling a slave a bar to leadership in the Quaker meetings. In 1774 it became cause for disowning. Moral arguments were advanced against slave-owning. But the main motive for the Society’s shift against slavery seems to have been an internal clash of values between the few wealthy Quakers who owned the slaves and the many poor ones who did not.

    The surrender of slavery was a minor disruption to most Pennsylvania Quakers’ lives. Slavery in Pennsylvania had died of the market economy long before Quaker morality shifted against it. Despite the spike in the 1760s, there was never enough critical mass of slaveholding in Pennsylvania to produce a slave-based agricultural economy. In 1730, about one in 11 Pennsylvanians had been slaves; by 1779 the figure was no more than one in 30. The lack of a support structure by this time prevented it from catching on, even during the peak of slave importation.

    Abolition debates in the Pennsylvania Assembly began in 1778, using the language of the Declaration of Independence. It is also probably not a coincidence that the discussion began after the “Lower Counties” were finally separated from Pennsylvania as the independent state of Delaware (1776). This removed perhaps three-fourths of the slaves who would have been affected by any act of the Pennsylvania Assembly. “[M]oral arguments against slavery were buttressed by the practical consideration that slaves no longer played an important role in the economy.[2] Quakers were not involved politically. As a conservative and pacifist element, they had been shoved from power in the colony by the revolution of 1776. But they certainly supported from the sidelines the efforts of the Presbyterian Scots-Irish who were in charge in Philadelphia.

    The law for gradual emancipation in Pennsylvania passed on February 1780, and that’s when the Mason-Dixon line began to acquire its metaphoric meaning as the boundary between North and South. But the law was no proclamation of emancipation. It was deeply conservative. The 6,000 or so Pennsylvania slaves in 1780 stayed slaves. Even those born a few days before the passage of the act had to wait 28 years before the law set them free. This allowed their masters to recoup the cost of raising them.

    The abolition bill was made more restrictive during the debates over it — it originally freed daughters of slave women at 18, sons at 21. By the time it passed, it was upped to a flat 28. That meant it was possible for a Pennsylvania slave’s daughter born in February 1780 to live her life in bondage, and if she had a child at 40, the child would remain a slave until 1848.[3] There’s no record of this happening, but the “emancipation” law allowed it. It was, as the title of one article has it, “philanthropy at bargain prices.”

    Despite the lack of economic interest in slavery, and the absence of a political party to defend it, the Pennsylvania abolition law met serious opposition. The bill also made blacks equal under the state’s laws, removed the prohibition on interracial marriage, and allowed free blacks to testify against whites in state courts. The implications of this aroused indignation in many quarters.

    The 1780 abolition law actually had more immediate impact on the free blacks than the enslaved ones. The abolition of slavery was very gradual, while the restrictive laws on free blacks were lifted at once. The only rights of free whites that were not extended to them were those of voting and of serving in the state militia. There was actually some doubt about the voting, and on this point the act was interpreted differently in different places. In Philadelphia, blacks seemingly never voted. But in some of the western counties they did so in small numbers. York and Westmoreland were mentioned among these counties.

    The act that abolished slavery in Pennsylvania freed no slaves outright, and relics of slavery may have lingered in the state almost until the Civil War. There were 795 slaves in Pennsylvania in 1810, 211 in 1820, 403 or 386 (the count was disputed) in 1830, and 64 in 1840, the last year census worksheets in the northern states included a line for “slaves.” The definition of slavery seems to have blurred in the later counts. The two “slaves” counted in 1840 in Lancaster County turned out to have been freed years before, though they were still living on the properties of their former masters.

    Sammy Finkelman (02a146)

  281. That’s a very pastoral description of slavery, Sammy. How would John Brown and Harper’s Ferry fit that equation?

    Ben burn (98819f)

  282. They trample on your cobblestone streets

    They trample on your right to assemble

    They hate little ANTIFA pricks

    They’re Boston Police Horses on the Run

    And they’re coming for you in August

    *men or women who are pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant should avoid Boston Police Horses on the Run

    **consult with your lawyer

    Pinandpuller (1db91d)

  283. 172. Peter Beinart’a previous article

    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/09/the-rise-of-the-violent-left/534192/

    …didn’t say waht he’s saying now.

    He also now says that Antifa doesn’t perpetrate violence on anything like the scale that white nationalists do. Not true. They don’t descend to the same levels pf deparavity but they are on much bigger scale and they, not the alt-right weild power. What hapepned in the past has nothing to do with what’s now.

    Sammy Finkelman (02a146)

  284. 300. Slavery got worse later./

    Sammy Finkelman (02a146)

  285. FWIW in my experience the descriptor “jacked up” usually attaches a meaning somewhere between slightly off-kilter and complete goddamn shambles.

    An illustrative (paraphrased) use from army days: man I’m nervous about getting my jaw looked at. How am I supposed to feel when my dentist’s teeth are so jacked up? It’s like his mouth is throwing gang signals.

    JP (f1742c)

  286. Another view:www.trwuthrevolt.org/commentary/horowitz-and-vadum-steve-bannon-leaves-white-house

    narciso (d1f714)


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