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Post by Lone Star » July 10, 2019, 12:27 pm

More proof that Democrats are the undisputed Champions of Unintended Consequences.

Former Democrat Assemblyman from NY, Dov Hikind, has filed a lawsuit against Oc-Co Loco in federal court for blocking him and other users on Twitter based on their personal viewpoints.

This follows a federal appeals court ruling earlier in the day barring President Trump from blocking others on Twitter.

Dems never seem to think that their reckless foolishness will affect them.

Another waste of money and time headed for the Supreme Court.


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Post by Lone Star » July 11, 2019, 7:01 am

Another MAGA Republican wins the primary in a special election in North Carolina. Trump has had the opposite effect on candidates that he endorses that Bayarack had. When Trump endorses them, they usually WIN. Bayrack's guys and gals usually lost.

Dr. Greg Murphy ground his opposition into a fine powder -- 59% to 40%.

It will be a cake walk to fill the 3rd Congressional District seat against the Democrat.

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Re: Democrats, Republicans and Elections

Post by GT93 » July 11, 2019, 8:29 am

I was under the impression that Team Trump took a bit of a whack in the mid-terms. I, of course, spend less time following this than LS.

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Post by Udon Map » July 11, 2019, 9:46 am

GT93 wrote:
July 11, 2019, 8:29 am
I was under the impression that Team Trump took a bit of a whack in the mid-terms.
They did. Fortunately, at least for Trump supporters, the Democrats still don't have a clue about what's going on.

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Post by Lone Star » July 11, 2019, 1:47 pm

It's on.

Oc-Co Loco called House Speaker Pelosi a 'racist'.

Oc-Co Loco to the Washington Post:
But the persistent singling out . . . it got to a point where it was just outright disrespectful . . . the explicit singling out of newly elected women of color.
Referred to Pelosi calling out the radicals in her party who continue to undermine Democrat political strategy.

Don't be shocked. After all, we're talking about LIBs who specialize in name-calling. Now the radicals are going after their leadership.

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Post by GT93 » July 11, 2019, 2:16 pm

I consider Trump the Name Caller In Chief. He's an expert at the names - Low Energy Jeb; Crooked Hillary; Lyin' Hillary; Lyin' Ted; Dumb Southerner; Leakin' Lyin' James Comey; Sleepy Creepy Joe etc.

My favourite name - Rocket Man. \:D/

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Post by Lone Star » July 12, 2019, 5:54 am

An ABC News/Washington Post poll shows that Trump is more popular today among registered voters than he was on election day, and that is bad news for the Democrat Socialist Party.

When you consider all of the media attacks -- 90% negative, the endless witch hunts investigating people looking for crimes, the impeachment bluffs by Democrats and the obstructionists in Congress, Trump is no worse off than the day he was elected.

What should bother the Democrat Socialists even more is that the 5% jump in the poll occurred AFTER the two debates where the Democrat Socialists were trying to outdo each other in giving away the farm the store and the whole kit and [k]aboodle.

Even worse, let's look at the source of the poll: ABC/WaPo -- they hate Trump.
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While I realize that this statement by Pelosi was intended to be a propaganda ploy against law enforcement and some moral value signaling, it could very well be the beginning of a political kill shot on Democrats.

Let this sink in: The Speaker of the House is advocating for a "global society." That is, the US is no longer a sovereign nation and has no obligation to enforce its laws because people go to church on Sunday. That's pretty rich getting a lecture about church from abortion advocates and those who reject spirituality. Bank robbers, rapists, thieves and drug dealers go to prison on Sundays and other days. They are also separated from their families as a result of their crimes. It should be no different for illegal aliens.

It should also not be lost on anyone that Trump held off on the raids for two weeks to allow the Democrats to come to the table and close the immigration law loopholes that have created much of the problems on the Southern border. Didn't happen. Instead, we get this whiny excuse-making.

Democrats are the undisputed Champions of Unintended Consequences.

Let the raids and deportations begin!
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Post by Lone Star » July 12, 2019, 7:32 am

"I respect no borders."
- Joe Biden, speech yesterday in NY

Even though a few steps slow, Sleepy Joe was the only possible centrist Democrat running. No more. He has transformed himself into old, white Socialist Bernie -- the 0.5 version. Joe is slower than Bernie.
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Post by Giggle » July 12, 2019, 7:42 am

No borders? Kumbaya, Creepy Joe. Rest in Peace.

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Post by GT93 » July 12, 2019, 7:53 am

A Washington Post columnist writes:

"The agonizing fact for Democrats this summer is that President Trump appears to be gaining ground on domestic and foreign policy, while his potential challengers are quarreling and mostly spinning their wheels.

Trump is taunting allies and defying Congress — and seemingly getting away with it. He isn’t just rewriting the political rulebook, he’s tossing it aside. And the painful fact is that the Democrats haven’t figured out a way to stop his forward momentum, even when they believe it’s taking the country over a cliff."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions ... e2417aa0db

4 more years of Trump might take the planet over a cliff.

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Post by Lone Star » July 12, 2019, 8:19 am

Kamasutra's father lowers the boom on her once again. First time was when he criticized her for contributing to the stereotype of associating Jamaicans with marijuana. This time it's about slavery.

Turns out Kamasutra's Jamaican great grandfather "owned scores of slaves. The majority were brought in from Africa, though he also owned many Creole slaves."

Kamasutra's father, Stanford professor Donald Harris, wrote this and more in a published genealogy report.

That race card gets more and more difficult to play for Kamasutra, who is NOT Black American. She is of Jamaican and Indian descent.
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Post by Doodoo » July 12, 2019, 8:46 am

"A research archive of Jamaican records indicate that at one point in 1817, Hamilton Brown owned scores of slaves. The majority were brought in from Africa, though he also owned many Creole slaves."

1817 !!!! 202 years ago
I though going back to Bush and Obama was bad enough but 1817?!?!?! for sht sakes
If that is all they can dig up go back home and read the Enquirer

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Post by Lone Star » July 12, 2019, 12:45 pm

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Looks like another seat could be picked up by Republicans in the US Senate in the State of Michigan. Trump has already endorsed him.

John James, a combat vet and businessman raised more that $1.5 million in less than a month and is widening his fund-raising lead over the Democrat candidate in the predominantly Democrat state. The average donation is $126. He has raised more funds than any senate candidate in Michigan's history, and has pledged to donate 5% of his campaign funds to charity.

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Post by Lone Star » July 12, 2019, 1:06 pm

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Uh oh. The cat's out of the bag now.

The current chief of staff of Oc-Co Loco, Saikat Chakrabarti, admitted that the Green New Deal is about changing the economy.

Washington Post:
Chakrabarti had an unexpected disclosure. “The interesting thing about the Green New Deal,” he said, “is it wasn’t originally a climate thing at all.” Ricketts greeted this startling notion with an attentive poker face. “Do you guys think of it as a climate thing?” Chakrabarti continued. “Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.”
Omar & Company, of which Oc-Co Loco is a member, are the gifts that keep on giving to Republicans.
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Post by Lone Star » July 12, 2019, 2:00 pm

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Washington Post:
The polls say Trump is beatable, but it will take a strong, sensible campaign that can pull voters in the middle, where this race will be won or lost.
Which one is sensible?

Leftists can't pull Americans in the middle TO the middle without lying to them.

There is no "middle" candidate running for president among Democrats. Middle would be an American who defends the Constitution, promotes Free Enterprise and nurtures Individual Liberty. None of them defend ALL of the Constitution and believe in enforcing our laws. ALL of them reject the free market and want to regulate it and manipulate it. ALL of them expect Americans to throw off their Individual Liberty and sacrifice for the collective -- forced charity putting the individual last, which harms their personal plans and their families.

The Democrat candidates are left of center OR far left of center. They can't pull the middle if they're all left of the middle.

Which one of these ideas is "middle"? I would bet lots of money that each one of them causes a block of voters to run for the hills and vote Trump.

- Open borders
- abortion up to birth
- 700% increase in refugees (Warren's recent declaration)
- eliminate private health insurance
- illegal aliens and 16 year olds voting
- felons voting in prison
- sanctuary cities and states
- gun confiscation
- rescind the tax cuts for everyone (Bernie and others)
- Medicare for all, which makes it Medicare for none
- abolish ICE and Homeland Security
- GET TRUMP
- Wealth tax
- Green New Deal (now revealed as an economic transformation)
- Increasing the national debt
- No ideas for more and better jobs
- Restarting ObamaCare (Sleepy Joe)
- Etc.

None of the ideas are "middle", and none of the candidates are middle. Big problems.

They have to continue to hope that the economy slows and goes south to have any chance. The irony of that is a poor economy will NEVER support any of their big money ideas. Notice that NONE of them have any ideas to make the job market bigger and better. It's all about the government taking tax revenue and giving it away.
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Post by Giggle » July 12, 2019, 2:52 pm

Redistribution of wealth -- it's all the party has ever done. They like to play Santa Clause to ghettos and trailer park rubes who are told the largess comes straight from the donkey's heart. It come from working taxpayers.

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Post by Lone Star » July 12, 2019, 6:04 pm

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Another problem for Democrats in the House.

There are 31 Democrat members of Congress who just won their seats in 2018, but they are from districts that Trump won in 2016. Brand new. Haven't been in office for a year. THEY are the reason why the Democrats have a majority in the House.

If these 31 side with Pelosi, then Oc-Co Loco and other radical Dems will find socialist candidates to run against them in primaries to unseat them. If these 31 side with Oc-Co Loco and the socialists, voters in their districts will oust them in 2020.

My money is on Republicans retaking the House (and adding a seat here or there in the Senate) because Democrats have nothing to show for their House majority except GET TRUMP.
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Post by Lone Star » July 13, 2019, 6:09 am

Lone Star wrote:
July 11, 2019, 1:47 pm
It's on.

Oc-Co Loco called House Speaker Pelosi a 'racist'.

Oc-Co Loco to the Washington Post:
But the persistent singling out . . . it got to a point where it was just outright disrespectful . . . the explicit singling out of newly elected women of color.
Referred to Pelosi calling out the radicals in her party who continue to undermine Democrat political strategy.

Don't be shocked. After all, we're talking about LIBs who specialize in name-calling. Now the radicals are going after their leadership.

Omar & Company has become The Committee to Re-Elect Trump.
Full on Race War among all the socialists now! Image

The Congressional Black Caucus, a racist wing of the Democrats, fires back at Oc-Co Loco for calling Pelosi racist and also chastises her for trying to find candidates to run against them in their districts.

It's fun to watch them use their disingenuous dishonest tactics against themselves, and neither side is backing down. It's gonna be a political bloodbath.
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Re: Democrats, Republicans and Elections

Post by Giggle » July 13, 2019, 7:04 am

Errybody's a victim! Git yer victimization and divisive club membership today!

Identity politics now working to tear apart the commune. \:D/ Fools.

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