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The Democrat-Media Complex Faithfully Conveys the Party Talking Point

Posted by V the K at 9:25 pm - July 23, 2016.
Filed under: Post 9-11 America

And this is why I call them the MFM.

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Addendum
. As has been noted, Democrat speeches that characterize America as a racist society, that declare that racist cops are shooting innocent black schoolboys for no reason other than racism, that there is a ‘War on Women,’ or a ‘War on LGBT,’ or a ‘War on immgirants’ are never characterized by the media as “dark.”

The Democrats deploy this rhetoric as an open-faced pitch to low-information voters. Trump is doing the same.

Update: MSDNC provides viewers with a Trigger Warning before showing anti-Hillary merchandise for sale at RNC.

2016: Pence/Kaine. Please?

Posted by ColoradoPatriot at 7:36 pm - July 23, 2016.
Filed under: Post 9-11 America

It occurred to me (and it didn’t take much time googling to convince myself) that the thought had come up in 2000.

Dare I dream?

(Naturally, yes, this is a quick flippant thought after an afternoon at the marina having a few rum drinks… But how, otherwise, could things be worse, amirite?)

-Nick (ColoradoPatriot, from TML)

This is our choice?

Posted by ColoradoPatriot at 11:39 am - July 23, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

So here we are.

This is the choice we’re given this year:

An egomaniacal New York Democrat who represents the terrible nexus between powerful moneyed interests and overbearing governmental influence in our lives.
A candidate whose entire family’s wealth in fact is a direct result of underhanded, criminal at times, manipulation of power that puts the ‘little guy’ under the thumb of those in undeserved positions of power and authority.
A candidate with actual legal travails in fact hanging like the Sword of Damocles as we move into the general election season.
A staunch supporter of Planned Parenthood, universal healthcare, and the expansion of governmental power, with a blindly protectionist view of free trade, who (although a supporter of it at the time) contends that George W Bush lied us into war in Iraq.
A candidate who cozies up to (and profits from relationships with) foreign strongmen.
A candidate who expresses an excitement and yearning desire to gut the First Amendment, primarily with the goal of targeting political enemies.
A candidate who colluded with party leaders to squelch any expression of inner-party dissent and explicitly and in the most personal and insulting ways conceivable to deny fellow-party adversaries any legitimacy even if it meant dragging them through the mud.
A candidate who chooses to offset such obvious personal (and universally accepted) flaws with a boring and milquetoast running mate with the hopes the general electorate will not take notice of such clear unfitness for the job.
A crooked, deceitful, duplicitous lout with an unquenchable desire for power and a seemingly physical inability to tell the truth.
The most unliked major-party nominee for president in the history of the United States.

So what, then? Are we supposed to vote for his opponent instead?

-Nick (ColoradoPatriot, from TML)