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Posted by V the K at 12:11 pm - December 9, 2017.
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Here’s the funny thing. No matter what we do, liberals are always going to call us the most horrible things conceivable. So why would you ever, ever, allow what they call you to influence your actions and keep you from acting in your own best interest? – Kurt Schlichter

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  1. Ooooo! I like the name and the icon.

    I’m tempted to “borrow” it…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — December 9, 2017 @ 1:02 pm - December 9, 2017

  2. I bear the epithets Bitter Clinger and Deplorable with bitter and sardonic pride.

    When will the lefties learn that name-calling changes no ones mind or heart?

    Comment by TheQuietMan — December 9, 2017 @ 4:35 pm - December 9, 2017

  3. Well TheQuietMan,

    When will the lefties learn that name-calling changes no ones mind or heart?

    I think that will be about the same time that righties learn that name-calling changes no one’s mind or heart.

    Comment by Cas — December 9, 2017 @ 4:58 pm - December 9, 2017

  4. I think that will be about the same time that righties learn that name-calling changes no one’s mind or heart.

    Comment by Cas — December 9, 2017 @ 4:58 pm – December 9, 2017

    Well, actually, Piss Cas, TQM jumped the gun a little.

    Namecalling works when one is convinced that the namecaller is a relevant, intelligent and objective source. Unfortunately, since conservatives are inherently good people, we tend to try to put the best construction on everyone’s actions, which is to at least give you and your friends like CrayCray and rusty some benefit of the doubt.

    But as has happened with you and CrayCray and rusty, your attacks on my mother and your screaming fit that V the K is a pedophile for having a relationship with a 27-year-old has demonstrated to people that you are nothing of the sort.

    What conservatives have figured out is that you lie, Piss Cas. You use namecalling to manipulate others into behavior. You are, frankly, such a sick and disgusting human being that you will falsely accuse someone of pedophilia to win an Internet argument — or, as we see in the case of Alabama, a Senate election.

    And that utterly destroys you, Piss Cas. It exposes you. Once it is known that your every action is taken with malice, people can recognize that for what it is and resist the sting.

    This drives you and CrayCray insane, and it’s why you and your fellow liberals, including your manipulative brat Barack Obama, are now shrieking that Trump is Hitler and should be assassinated. You’re being ignored, and since you lack the mental and emotional capacity to make an intelligent argument, you’re just dialing up the intensity of your tantrum.

    I expect full psychotic breaks among liberals within the next year, you and CrayCray included, Piss Cas. Fortunately, since the vast majority of you are disarmed by your own stupidity, the damage will be lessened, but I fully expect there will be at least two to three assassinations and bombings by leftists and Obama supporters within the next year, and especially after the Republicans gain full control of the Senate next November.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — December 9, 2017 @ 5:43 pm - December 9, 2017

  5. The idiot leftist “Cas” thinks that weird obligated or inclined to change their hearts and Minds. Hahaha

    No, insect. We’re working towards your Extinction.

    Everything you thought, cherished and lived for during the radical fly attracting Obama’s nightmare is being deconstructed. In case you hadn’t noticed.

    Comment by Hanover — December 9, 2017 @ 9:12 pm - December 9, 2017

  6. Thank you North Dallas Thirty and Hanover for proving my point. That was very sweet of you both to do that for us all. 🙂

    Comment by Cas — December 9, 2017 @ 10:39 pm - December 9, 2017

  7. So predictable and Despicable, “Cas” (fraud). No one is proving any of your points. You are what you are and that is indeed less than a worm. When I see an anti-American POS I call them for what they are. It’s as simple as that. You spew your filth from a perspective of no one can do better than anyone else.

    Commie. Americans have lived and died fighting people like you over the years and they will continue to do so. You are not going to get a pass. Ever.

    Comment by Hanover — December 10, 2017 @ 12:37 am - December 10, 2017

  8. “Namecalling works when one is convinced that the namecaller is a relevant, intelligent and objective source.”

    Good point, North Dallas Thirty (#4). I modify my original statement, but note that the big name-calling dems do not meet your adjectives.

    Comment by TheQuietMan — December 10, 2017 @ 9:42 am - December 10, 2017

  9. Gas Cas is a foot soldier and useful idiot for Unicorn bullshit better known as Communism.

    This appeared in the Harvard Crimson. It was not attributed and it was dated January 22, 1776:

    Big Business, liberal organizations, and reactionary U. S. domestic and foreign policy all came in for a verbal barrage last night in Emerson D when Stanley Gates, legislative chairman and National Veterans’ Director of the Communist Party, U. S. A., elaborated on his party’s positions before the John Reed Society.

    On the question of the Communist’s position in today’s liberal movements, he issued a call for all progressive groups to work together. “A group like AVC can never be worthwhile as long as it is a debating ground on Communism,” he added later. “It does not hurt Communists but does harm the progressive movement.”

    Terming American Big Business “the real menace to peace in the world today,” Gates characterized the foreign politics of the United States today as “reactionary attempts to keep it in supremacy.”

    In a question period after his talk Gates affirmed that the Communist policies in different countries generally coincide but explained this by saying that Communism is a scientific theory and a scientific approach will give the same answers to everyone who applies it.

    Pay particular attention to: Communism is a scientific theory and a scientific approach will give the same answers to everyone who applies it. The almighty Lord Kelvin rides again. Measure it, label it, distribute it and establish equilibrium all the while fighting entropy.

    Fighting entropy is always the same. Keeping the dream alive while (whilst) exterminating the opposition. After all, why feed the opposition? Let their “share” feed the Utopians.

    This is the plain old Social Darwinism Margaret Sanger and George Bernard Shaw proclaimed.

    But, miraculously a sophomore voice arose from out of the Harvard student body and the Harvard Crimson printed the message. Laura M. Nicolae ’20, an Applied Mathematics concentrator in Winthrop House, wrote on November 20, 2017:

    In 1988, my twenty-six-year-old father jumped off a train in the middle of Hungary with nothing but the clothes on his back. For the next two years, he fled an oppressive Romanian Communist regime that would kill him if they ever laid hands on him again.

    My father ran from a government that beat, tortured, and brainwashed its citizens. His childhood friend disappeared after scrawling an insult about the dictator on the school bathroom wall. His neighbors starved to death from food rations designed to combat “obesity.” As the population dwindled, women were sent to the hospital every month to make sure they were getting pregnant.

    My father’s escape journey eventually led him to the United States. He moved to the Midwest and married a Romanian woman who had left for America the minute the regime collapsed. Today, my parents are doctors in quiet, suburban Kansas. Both of their daughters go to Harvard. They are the lucky ones.

    Roughly 100 million people died at the hands of the ideology my parents escaped. They cannot tell their story. We owe it to them to recognize that this ideology is not a fad, and their deaths are not a joke.

    Last month marked 100 years since the Bolshevik Revolution, though college culture would give you precisely the opposite impression. Depictions of communism on campus paint the ideology as revolutionary or idealistic, overlooking its authoritarian violence. Instead of deepening our understanding of the world, the college experience teaches us to reduce one of the most destructive ideologies in human history to a one-dimensional, sanitized narrative.

    Walk around campus, and you’re likely to spot Ché Guevara on a few shirts and button pins. A sophomore jokes that he’s declared a secondary in “communist ideology and implementation.” The new Leftist Club on campus seeks “a modern perspective” on Marx and Lenin to “alleviate the stigma around the concept of Leftism.” An author laments in these pages that it’s too difficult to meet communists here. For many students, casually endorsing communism is a cool, edgy way to gripe about the world.

    After spending four years on a campus saturated with Marxist memes and jokes about communist revolutions, my classmates will graduate with the impression that communism represents a light-hearted critique of the status quo, rather than an empirically violent philosophy that destroyed millions of lives.

    Statistics show that young Americans are indeed oblivious to communism’s harrowing past. According to a YouGov poll, only half of millennials believe that communism was a problem, and about a third believe that President George W. Bush killed more people than Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, who killed 20 million. If you ask millennials how many people communism killed, 75 percent will undershoot.

    Perhaps before joking about communist revolutions, we should remember that Stalin’s secret police tortured “traitors” in secret prisons by sticking needles under their fingernails or beating them until their bones were broken. Lenin seized food from the poor, causing a famine in the Soviet Union that induced desperate mothers to eat their own children and peasants to dig up corpses for food. In every country that communism was tried, it resulted in massacres, starvation, and terror.

    Communism cannot be separated from oppression; in fact, it depends upon it. In the communist society, the collective is supreme. Personal autonomy is nonexistent. Human beings are simply cogs in a machine tasked with producing utopia; they have no value of their own.

    Many in my generation have blurred the reality of communism with the illusion of utopia. I never had that luxury. Growing up, my understanding of communism was personalized; I could see its lasting impact in the faces of my family members telling stories of their past. My perspective toward the ideology is radically different because I know the people who survived it; my relatives continue to wonder about their friends who did not.

    The stories of survivors paint a more vivid picture of communism than the textbooks my classmates have read. While we may never fully understand all of the atrocities that occurred under communist regimes, we can desperately try to ensure the world never repeats their mistakes. To that end, we must tell the accounts of survivors and fight the trivialization of communism’s bloody past.

    My father left behind his parents, friends, and neighbors in the hope of finding freedom. I know his story because it is my heritage; you now know his story because I have a voice. One hundred million other people were silenced.

    One hundred years later, let us not forget the history of the victims who do not have a voice because they did not survive the writing of their tales. Most importantly, let us not be tempted to repeat it.

    The “voice” of the Communists is weak and reedy.

    The voice of the free individual is strong and robust.

    Which one is Gas Cas?

    On paper, it takes 100 years (five generations) for socialism to establish equilibrium and to demonstrate that its formula is self sustaining. That requires that it be unaffected by forces outside of its control. Forces outside of its control are Kelvin’s second law: entropy. Futurists like to call is dystopia.

    A synagogue in Sweden just came under siege from thrown Molotov cocktails. Happy, balanced, successful, Utopian, socialist Sweden has got an entropy/dystopia worm at work. What to do? Convert them? Isolate them? Expel them? Exterminate them? After all, the Utopia is far more important than an individual or a group of individuals.

    Comment by Heliotrope — December 10, 2017 @ 10:58 am - December 10, 2017

  10. Hi The QuietMan,

    “Namecalling works when one is convinced that the namecaller is a relevant, intelligent and objective source.”

    You are right, North Dallas Thirty made a good point here. I’ll keep it in mind.

    Comment by Cas — December 10, 2017 @ 4:07 pm - December 10, 2017

  11. ND30 et al. You do realize you are playing chess with a pigeon.

    Comment by Juan — December 10, 2017 @ 5:54 pm - December 10, 2017

  12. Juan @ #11: ‘deed we do. Sometimes plunking empty cans with the old .22 is just comforting.

    Comment by Heliotrope — December 11, 2017 @ 11:47 am - December 11, 2017

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