November 5, 2014, - 2:40 pm

Huge Victory for GOP is NO Victory for Conservatives: The Islamo-Pandering Amnesty GOP Candidates on My Ballot

By Debbie Schlussel

I used to be so excited to go vote. But yesterday, I was more unexcited and less enthused than in any election I’ve ever voted in. It was depressing. And I was more dismayed by the absurd, baseless cheers of so many people who think they are conservatives over a Pyrrhic victory they think means something. I felt the same way the night Obama announced the assassination of Osama Bin Laden. I told people then to stop cheering because it doesn’t mean much. The same goes for yesterday’s election tally.


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Make no mistake. While yesterday’s elections were a huge victory for the Republican Party, they were no victory at all for conservatives. No victory for secure borders advocates. No victory for those of us who see the tide of Islamic extremism growing like a cancer in America. And I saw that starkly on my ballot as I voted yesterday. I had “choices” of far-left liberal Democrats and Islamo-pandering, immigration amnesty Republicans In Name Only. It was a choice I refused to make. I threw away my votes largely to Libertarian candidates. And the choices I had yesterday–with Republicans willing to do anything for Muslim votes–is an experience you will have ultimately. It’s an experience that will spread throughout America and has already spread to places like New Jersey, where Chris ChrispieCreme blocked Homeland Security’s deportation of an admitted HAMAS terrorist and picked the HAMAS terrorist’s HAMASnik Muslim lawyer for a judgeship.

The only Republican I was proud to vote for on my Michigan ballot was Ruth Johnson, Michigan’s Secretary of State, who was thankfully re-elected. She is the only Republican officeholder in Michigan with any balls and any sense of conservatism. Whereas the two previous Republican Secretaries of State willingly gave out driver’s licenses to illegal aliens (to the point that illegal aliens drove here from all over the country to get them), Johnson put her foot down and said no. Then, when Muslim illegal aliens sued her and the Obama Justice Department warned her it would get involved and she would lose, she backed down. But only then. And she put up a fight.

I can’t say that for any of the other Republican officeholders on the ballot, the top two of whom–Gov. Rick Snyder and Attorney General Bill Schuette–have repeatedly held Muslim fundraisers with known Hezbollah agents. And Snyder, as I told you recently, refused to condemn HAMAS and Hezbollah and, instead, chose to speak at the convention of an unindicted co-conspirator in HAMAS terrorism, an organization which both the Bush AND Obama Justice Departments and a federal judge said funded HAMAS terrorism. Snyder, as I told you, went to Dearbornistan and told the Hezbollah and HAMAS extremists that they are a model for America and that we need more Muslim “refugees” (he used that word) to come to Michigan. We do? Schuette refused to respond to questions regarding why he hung out with, gladhanded, and took money from open supporters of HAMAS and Hezbollah. And he will be running for Governor in four years. Note also that he refused, despite his responsibility to do so, to defend Ruth Johnson in the Muslim illegal aliens lawsuit over the driver’s licenses.

Then, there was Terry Lynn Land, Michigan’s losing U.S. Senate candidate. She’s one of those former Republican Secretaries of State who eagerly granted driver’s licenses to illegal aliens. Even Detroit’s liberal ABC local affiliate’s news operation did a report on this and questioned her repeatedly on why she continued to give illegals the licenses. She balked, but kept doing it. Then, she ran on being against amnesty for illegal aliens in this U.S. Senate race. Really? Where were you when it counted? Helping out the illegal aliens. I’m glad she lost. Oh, and by the way, despite her campaign ads on TV, when asked whether or not she was for amnesty, she hemmed and hawed and never really answered, uttering instead the typical gobbledygook about securing the borders first. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

Even in the minor spots such as University of Michigan Regent I was served up an Islamo-pandering “Republican” in Ron Weiser, a Jew In Name Only and a multi-millionaire real estate magnate, as one of my two GOP choices. I voted only for Rob Steele, a mensch and a good, down-the-line, pro-Israel conservative, who came in first and was one of the few other bright spots on the ballot. Weiser, a former chairman of the Michigan GOP, told me he “didn’t care” that the John McCain Presidential campaign in Michigan had on its finance committee an open supporter and known agent of Hezbollah. “Oh, we don’t care about that,” he told me. Me: “What? You don’t care about supporters of Islamic terrorism on John McCain’s campaign when he keeps telling us we are in Iraq to fight the terrorists over there so we don’t have to fight them here? You don’t care about Islamic terrorism? About Hezbollah that murdered over 300 U.S. Marines and U.S. Embassy employees in Beirut?” Weiser didn’t respond to that but told me only that he cared about the Hezbollah supporter’s conviction for insurance fraud, which I also mentioned. That’s the kind of Republican that Michigan just elected to University of Michigan regent. Congrats.

These are the candidates I was given by the Republican Party. These are the kinds of candidates many of you in other places around America were given as “choices.” That’s because they’ve taken your votes for granted. They know you will continue to vote GOP because you won’t vote for liberal Democrats, so they do nothing to keep your votes. Instead, they chase after Muslim extremist votes, liberal single women’s votes, minorities’ votes (which is why they won’t get rid of affirmative action–instead they embrace it), and amnesty-supporting illegal alien votes. They chase after the hard-to-get “girls.” You are the easy girl who acts like a desperate, jilted girlfriend, begging to stay. Do you like being treated that way? I don’t. But I’m getting tired of throwing my vote away to Libertarians. It took everything I had not to vote for the liberal Democrats on my ballot (I voted for only one of them). I’d planned to vote for them, but my libertarian movie critic friend, Paul Arlon, saw me at Monday Night’s critics screening of “Interstellar” (stay tuned for my review), and convinced me to do the Libertarian Party vote again.

This is the last time, though. Next time, the GOP has to win my vote away from liberal Democrats I despise. Why? Because I’m tired of voting for liberals who wear a phony GOP label, when I can vote for the real thing. If the Republican Party doesn’t offer me anything different from the Democrats on the issues I care about, why should I give them my vote? My late father used to always criticize Jews for allowing Democrats to take their votes for granted. As he always said, our votes should be in play and both parties should fight for them, or we will never get what we want. And conservatives should have the same attitude. Our votes should be in play, and Republicans should be chasing for them instead of chasing minorities and liberal women and amnesty Hispanics. They shouldn’t be taking us for granted.

But on my ballot, there were a bevy of Republicans who took me for granted and chased after Muslims who openly support terrorist groups that murdered Americans. Any party that ignores me and chases after terrorism supporters won’t get my vote.

And they shouldn’t get your vote either . . . until they change. Otherwise, please tell me why there is a Republican Party.

As I said before the 2012 election, the Republicans today are like the Conservative Party in the UK. They are just liberals who aren’t as liberal as the Labor Party. If that’s the best you can get, you’re in dire straits. But if you keep voting Republican, that’s how it’s gonna be.

As I pointed out on Monday, Mitch McConman, who will be the Senate Majority leader, isn’t a conservative. He’s an Obama backslapper, who ran away from repealing ObamaCare even before yesterday’s election, saying it will take 60 votes to defeat ObamaCare (WRONG – it takes only 51). He supports amnesty for illegal aliens. And he’s a big spender who never cut a single tax. And that’s different from the Dems how?

Some moronic “conservatives” are cheering that all the winning GOP Senators-Elect ran on repealing ObamaCare. So what?! Do you really believe they will actually repeal it?

If you do, I have some land under the Islamo-pandering Michigan Republican Party headquarters to sell you.

By the way, to those who keep telling me this election was “historic,” come see me in two years and let me know what “history” was actually made. And how it was for the better for America.

And next election, don’t tell me that if I don’t vote for these Islamo-pandering, amnesty-pimping Republicans, I’m helping the liberals win.

With “Republican” candidates like this, the liberals have already won.

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One other reason none of the Republican politicians will oppose affirmative action — their own kids benefit from legacy admissions, preference because of contributions made, preference because their kids are children of celebrities, etc.

There is a tacit alliance between the Blacks and the me-too conservatives; don’t upset the Black affirmative action applecart and the Blacks won’t upset the privileged Whites’ applecart.

The post was very well said. The only coherent analysis I’ve read. Although I did derive some pleasure from seeing the agony of a few liberals I know. It was fun to see how miserable they were.

The other encouraging thing is that the vote seemed to indicate that there are a lot of people in this country who would support real conservatism if the choice was put to them clearly by real political leaders. Not that I’m holding my breath waiting…

Little Al on November 5, 2014 at 3:03 pm

Actually, as Debbie was tempted to do, a vote for a Dem is a more effective protest than a vote for a Libertarian, so long as the Republican Party knows that you voted for the Dem. A vote for the Libertarian is a vote that the Rep didn’t get; but a vote for a Dem counts double, effectively.

Me, I skipped the election, just as I did two years ago. Though two years ago, I voted in the primary just to say NO to Mittens. There are other ways to participate politically other than voting. Indeed, Debbie does so very obviously.

skzion on November 5, 2014 at 3:17 pm


Conservatism wasn’t on the ballot last night.

This was a vote by the American people AGAINST President Barack Obama and his policies. Nothing more.

They want those policies stopped. And GOP candidates who won’t commit to doing that will lose if not now, then in the future.

This is the only way to read the election results. But we are both in full agreement I think, that the GOP doesn’t have the guts to truly save the country.

For a moment, from what I saw last night, I’d like to think I have my country back but unfortunately our elected representatives aren’t willing to make sure its back for good. Debbie on that score, I concede you’re right and I pray we’re both wrong.

NormanF on November 5, 2014 at 3:35 pm

There are no real conservatives to speak of, as most use that term on this board. The politicians who call themselves conservative more typically fit the definition written by the great cynical American writer, Ambrose Bierce:

“Conservative, n: A statesman who is enamored of existing evils, as distinguished from the Liberal who wishes to replace them with others.”? Ambrose Bierce (Devil’s Dictionary)

And song written by Pete Brown the late Jack Bruce (who died just this weekend) still captures the mindset of today’s politicians, with their ever shifting political sound bites:

Politician (1968)
Lyrics by Peter Brown, Music by Jack Bruce

Hey now baby, get into my big black car.
Hey now baby, get into my big black car.
I just want to show you what my politics are.

I’m a political man and I practice what I preach.
I’m a political man and I practice what I preach.
So don’t deny me baby, not while you’re in my reach.

I support the left, though I’m leaning, leaning to the right.
I support the left, though I’m leaning, leaning to the right.
But I’m not there when it’s coming to a fight.

Hey now baby, get into my big black car.
Hey now baby, get into my big black car.
I just want to show you what my politics are.


I think that one time I saw Bill Clinton appear on a TV talk show program and the house band introduced him with the opening bars of this song. Now that was funny! –Especially if you know the lyrics.

Ralph Adamo on November 5, 2014 at 3:41 pm


Great find!

It captures our cynical, debased and uninteresting politics to a T.

There’s no principle, no passion and no willingness for what is right among today’s politicians.

I didn’t vote. But then again my reason for doing so is I couldn’t find any one deserving of my vote and there wasn’t a principled person whom I would have been proud to support.

NormanF on November 5, 2014 at 3:47 pm

Its my understanding Karl Rove is affiliated with some PAC that was highly influential during the primary season in supporting these not so conservative Republicans and defeating good Republicans. In some cases the impact of this PAC was so strong they convinced good Republican candidates to not even run.

IAM: American Crossroads PAC. Should be called Forked Tongue. DS

I_AM_ME on November 5, 2014 at 4:03 pm

You can vote for the stupid party or the evil party.
I’m with stupid.

J: You make the mistake of believing stupid and evil are mutually exclusive. They aren’t. Often–in fact, more often than not–stupid is the basis for evil to flourish. DS

japple on November 5, 2014 at 4:05 pm

    Stupid like a fox. RINOs know who butters their bread and they couldn’t care less about us.

    DS_ROCKS! on November 5, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    Stupid is indeed the basis for evil to flourish, because an idle mind is The Devil’s workshop. That’s why God will have to step in soon. It has now been proven, by the failure of The Great Experiment, the United States of America, that human nature creeps in to all forms of government.

    There is no perfect system, as the lefties believe. And since human nature trumps all in the presence of human rule, that means voting is futile. It would really be best if literally no votes were cast. Of course, SEIU would find a way to have a Demmican landslide. This Republicrat landslide that just happened is meaningless.

    Hang in there folks, Messiah IS coming, he has to, because ONLY His Government works for ALL of the people, ALL of the time, . . .

    FOREVER. Thank GOD!!!

    And it’s time for His Government. All of ours have failed, and that’s the main message of what has happened to “this once great republic.” I figure the main starting points are 100 years ago with Progressivism under Wilson, ramped up big time 75 years ago by FDR, furthered by LBJ and a softening Republican party 50 years ago, and over and done with when Reagan left a quarter century ago.

    It’s over, your vote doesn’t count here anymore, we are done. The whole world had better get ready to hunker down for a few years of major death, intense suffering and unabated desperation, before the eternal good times come.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 5, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    Debbie’s point is we shouldn’t be fixated so much on party labels and instead we should judge people by their character, principle and values.

    We get tired of people who say one thing to get elected and then do the opposite once they’re safely in office. They are the reasons a lot of Americans have stopped voting and caring about the future of our country.

    Because nothing is ever going to change. I’m a Republican like Debbie and we want to be proud of our party. It has a great history and was born of the promise to give a new birth of freedom to our great nation and treat all people here equally under the law.

    But its been a long time since it governed from those ideals and more often not, does things that undermine its existence, its faith and security. Men without principles and vision can be as destructive as men filled with evil and malice. Its for lack of counsel that the people perish.

    I’m an American first and I put my country above my party and I only ask of others to do what is right for the country. We should judge our leaders by that yardstick and when they don’t live up to it – hold them accountable and vote them out of office. I feel that is all that matters and nothing more.

    And if we don’t resolve to remember it, Tuesday night’s huge GOP victory will have been nothing more than a pleasant dream.

    NormanF on November 5, 2014 at 8:22 pm

    Debbie much respect but you make the mistake of assuming that I’m assuming a whole lot of stuff a whole lot of the time.
    Sure there’s evil in the Republican Party. McCain would be a good example in my opinion.

    However I can generalize when I want and I do want.
    I can generalize that Germans are by and large a pain in the ass who like being told the right way to do things.
    People who actually live in Germany have a way of noticing the same kinds of things themselves.

    Sure there are German bohemians but it doesn’t change the fact that they’re noticeably bohemian as far as Germans go.

    Stupid and evil aren’t mutually exclusive.
    Of course not.
    It’s just that most of the time a really stupid is limited in the amount of real damage he/she can do.

    japple on November 6, 2014 at 3:23 pm

    correction: damage a stupid *person* can do

    evil flourishes where it’s sown.

    japple on November 6, 2014 at 3:29 pm

    Oh, yeah and generally speaking of course the Democrats are the real stupid party.
    Studies prove that and they are getting dumber by the day.

    It’s just the Republican leadership that suffers from imagination deficit disorder.
    Generally speaking of course although I’m sure nobody will bother to try to set me straight on that score.

    japple on November 6, 2014 at 4:31 pm

Governor “ChrispieCreme,” in addition to his Islamopandering policies and his leftist positions on many issues, also caved to the homosexual lobby in signing into law a bill banning so-called “gay conversion” therapy last year – while not saying boo about activist groups’ unfettered access to schools, proselytizing homosexuality to our children and actively working to convert them to that lifestyle (in the name of “experimentation”).

Another group Republicans should stop chasing: The youth vote. They have already been long ago lost due to the massive leftist indoctrination in our schools, colleges, media, etc. – and if any polls are to be believed, our “youth” vote Democrat precisely because it’s the party of Big Government and the bloated welfare / nanny state. That plus – if their votes in the past for particular candidates are of any indication – a contempt for our national security, public safety, societal stability, individual liberty, the family, traditional values and morality, and so on. The anniversary of the 26th Amendment – the 45th of which is coming up in two years – is as much to be viewed with utter contempt, and to be spat upon, as Woodstock is (as Debbie had aptly and spot-on written about five years ago).

ConcernedPatriot on November 5, 2014 at 4:19 pm

Great vocab word “Pyrrhic”

MrBigBrain on November 5, 2014 at 4:31 pm

I agree, most of our choices stunk. I’m pretty lucky in SC, but I voted Libertarian instead of voting for Lindsey Graham. I just couldn’t stomach it.

Jubal Biggs on November 5, 2014 at 4:34 pm

Voting has become an increasingly pointless exercise. You vote on measures and candidates that are of no interest whatsoever as an autonomic reflex, rather than out of any conviction. Our mandatory mail in ballots look more like junk mail than anything else now. It is sad to waste a good stamp on such a bundle of trash.

Worry on November 5, 2014 at 5:33 pm

One question, why didn’t you come out with this article before the election so some more people could’ve had some more information instead of just a lot of empty ads that lie all the time? I was hoping for something of an advising type column the day before or something. Not every voter has a photographic memory of all these scum bags on the ballot.

S: You make a good point. I probably should have written something like that. And often I do. Next time, G-d-willing, I will. I just didn’t get to it, this time, plus I’d mentioned some of these people and their misdeeds and Islamo-pandering before. But, again, next time I will and will keep your comment in mind and take it to heart. DS

samurai on November 5, 2014 at 11:17 pm

I think Debbie could compile a voter’s guide to people to vote for – at least on the national level.

That way conservatives are not in the dark about whom to vote for.

It wouldn’t have to be done every time since it would be a lot of work but at least people would be sure we get the kind of leaders we deserve.

NormanF on November 6, 2014 at 12:11 am

    There IS such a web site, Norman. It’s where a lot of “conservatives” have been exposed. It has their voting records, and gives them a grade on conservatism based on their voting record. I forget the name right now, but it shouldn’t be hard to find.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 6, 2014 at 8:53 am

      Dude, that’s exactly the problem. Also, they don’t want us to know their rotten records.
      Glad Debbie replied and maybe next time will come out with something next time. I tossed my NRA membership long ago since they do nothing on t.v. or radio to help the right people. Oh, and they give Reid thumbs ups because he slaps their asses and gives them little tokens of appreciation which pains me since I am an avid gun fan as is the rest of my family. Mcrgo is a better choice for active organizing in action. I got bothered all the time by the NRA for extra money. Always from Virgina, leave me be. They do nothing to fight BHO nd the f and f scandal except put an article in their own mag.

      samurai on November 6, 2014 at 8:32 pm

      Still Educating the Idiots on November 8, 2014 at 5:41 pm

I agree. But a possible problem is that by voting libertarian or democrat it can look like (assuming Democrats win) there is a true a consensus of Americans for liberals and all of their BS. Then with the marketing of this by the corrupt marxist-islamist mainstream media it can get very discouraging to regular folks.
One thing this election did, maybe the only thing, is show that there is a push back against Obama and his ilk. Many voters understand that they held their nose’ and voted for ‘damaged goods.’ Many are disgusted by ‘McConman.’ I do hope the voters who created these election results will hold the feet of these fake conservatives to the fire. I hope these newly elected will know THEY can be voted out too! And spoken about openly and loudly.
Thats’s our job as citizens. To speak the truth…on social media and everywhere.
Thanks to Debbie for always being the bearer of truth.

Crazycatkid on November 6, 2014 at 1:42 am

Deb OT:

(Trust BUT do NOT verify?)

“Dr. Abdulrahman El-Sayed, a professor of epidemiology at Columbia University”

nick fury on November 6, 2014 at 3:14 am

Hi Debbie Jesus Christ loves us all,and We Love Jesus. God bless our Great Republican Party God bless conservatives We will Soon have a Wonderful U.S. President (Great Republican) In Office,Trully yours T.G.

Tirdad Gharib on November 6, 2014 at 9:23 am

    Tirdad, when were you lobotomized? As for Haysoos, he’s been dead a loooong time, so he’s not in the position to love anyone.

    skzion on November 6, 2014 at 6:35 pm

Mr. Gharib, I believe in Jesus, as you do. But it is not prophesied that there will be an American Renaissance, and that we will see The Second Coming of Ronald Reagan. It IS possible that in the near future, God will grant us a reprieve. But make no mistake, The Great Tribulation IS coming, prior to The Lord’s return. And WE, here in the USA, I believe now, right now, . . .

are about to endure the worst of sufferings. Elections don’t mean Jack anymore.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 6, 2014 at 11:01 am

I think we have a last chance to turn this country around.

Debbie is right, many of the Republicans she couldn’t vote for and I fully back her reasons for doing so.

But this election brought in also many new faces many good and decent people who want to do right by our country.

We pray G-d bless and give them the wisdom to serve us well so we may all live in peace and prosperity.

This is the greatest country on earth and the American people voted Republican for a reason Tuesday night. Let’s not depreciate their vote.

If the party won’t deliver, well it will deserve what it would get coming. While I am not cheering them, I’m cheering every American who stood up and said “NO” to what the Democrats wrought. And who rejected Obama on the ballot even though his name wasn’t on it – the damage he has done to this country is incalculable.

Now its time to hold our leaders accountable and to get to work to turn our country around.

NormanF on November 6, 2014 at 11:24 am

Debbie your brilliant analysis of the situation that we conservatives find ourselves in is spot on. The only joy I got ou tof this election is getting rid of that Obola doormat Kay Hagan. Thom Tillis seems like a affable fellow but he’ll probably join the ranks of RINOs like the other senator from North “Caca-lackey” Richard Burr. I think that guy gets a phone call from McCain et all to tell him to wake up and come out of his office to go vote. Talk about being MIA. Yes the election was a big one for the Republicans with the likes of Mia love, Tim Scott(racist liberals are having a field day already with these two)Joni Erst and Cory Gardner. These fresh new faces need to counter the old tired clods like McCain, Graham and McConnell because Senator Cruz can’t do it alone. Speaking of McConnell the Bugs Bunny turtle. Like Debbie said in her post about this dope he is not a conservative. The man hates Republicans like Cruz and he much rather want to get along with Obummer than to offer any resistance. He may talk tough but he will fold like a cheap empty suit. Do you really think that a man who all but said that he hates the TEA Party wants the status quo in DC changed. Yeah me neither. I’m glad that we kicked a bunch of losers out of Congress but because of that we’ll have a bunch of Obama butt sniffing RINOs in powerful positions like McTurtle and McPain. We’ll see what this Congress will do next year against our Narcissist-in-Chief. Well at least John(pass me that flask)Bonehead can’t say that Republicans are just 1/2 of 1/3 of 3/5 of the government (or whatever the heck he said)…LOL.

Ken B on November 6, 2014 at 11:33 am

Hey Debbie did you watch any of the coverage of the election results? I switched from Faux News, Clinton News Network and MSNBCDNC. On Faux Meghan Kelly looked and sounded like she drank way too much Starbucks while cracking that same goofy smile. Someone needs to tell her to stop acting like Loofah Boy O’Really or the program director will switch her and Vannity’s time slots around. Both CNN and MSNBC hosts look like they were going to cry. Rachel Maddow looked like he was going to kill someone. If nothing else that alone made it a fun night.

Ken B on November 6, 2014 at 12:07 pm

Wth is this great Tribulation b.s. All this damn spookism talk. Boo, oh yeah Halloween just passed, I get it. You’re running on c.p time huh? A Lil late

MrBigBrain on November 6, 2014 at 12:58 pm

Ooooooh, look, eet ees El Celebro Mas Grande En El Universo!!!

Meester Mas Grande Celebro, nebber ewe mine, becawss eet ees ober yawr hed.

Kham to theenk of eet, eet ees ober my head, too. Becawss eet ees frawm God!!!


Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 6, 2014 at 3:38 pm

Debbie, I fully laud you for ‘throwing away your vote’ to the Libertarians. I’ve had my fill w/ people like Michael Medved trying to make the case that people like McCain were Conservative, when they are anything but.

It’s finally come full circle on President Reagan’s quote: to paraphrase him, ‘I didn’t leave the GOP, it left me’.

For Muslims. If the Leftists are in bed with the likes of Hamas, Iran, Syria and the like, enough Republicans are in bed with the Saudis, Qataris, Emiratis, Turks who all in turn back groups like Hamas, al Qaeda, ISIS, et al. It’s like the Shia-Sunni divide has come to the US, with the Dems backing the Shiites and the GOP the Sunnites.

Some choice!!! I think the rest of us should just try and hijack the Libertarians to our position. I’d believe we outnumber them enough to take over.

Infidel on November 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm

Hey, I voted in Minnesota. Everyone I voted for lost. 3 more years of Dayton, Nolen, and Franken. Barf.

Occam's Tool on November 6, 2014 at 7:07 pm

    Sorry. Brain spasm. 4 years of Dayton, SIX of Franken, and 2 of my useless Rep. Barf, barf, barf.

    Occam's Tool on November 6, 2014 at 9:58 pm

OT, I am shaking my head over the fact that Franken got reelected.

Also wanted you to know that I answered you on the Teal Pumpkin thread, in an attempt to explain myself further. I tried three times, but they are all caught in the cyber cotton candy. Debbie has been very nice to me, and they all eventually get through, but it can take days.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 6, 2014 at 8:43 pm

She shouldn’t be, she should be, imo, maybe if I meditate long enough and practice my Jedi mind lessons, you will turn into cotton candy. Poof, the pink frilly kind too.

MrBigBrain on November 7, 2014 at 11:15 am

    Of course, it’s a matter of opinion, but very few things in life are as beautiful as a pink and black Cadillac, mint condition, from the mid 1950’s to early 1970’s. And a stylish pink and black shirt is nice, too.

    Pink is beautiful, when properly applied, like anything else. Pink cotton candy is beautiful, but it can be like a spider web when one is posting sometimes.


    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 7, 2014 at 11:33 am

“As I said before the 2012 election, the Republicans today are like the Conservative Party in the UK.”

The Republicans today are more like the Democrats from the 1990s – every bit as liberal as Clinton, if not more so.

The left-wing Republicans love to claim that Reagan couldn’t get nominated these days because the GOP has “moved too far to the right.” Of course, it’s actually the other way around – the GOP has moved so far to the LEFT that someone like Reagan would never be nominated. Hell, even someone like Walter Mondale would be too “conservative” for the current crop of GOP party leaders and consultants. That’s how bad it’s gotten.

Richard on November 10, 2014 at 1:06 am

How do you people live with yourselves?

john on November 10, 2014 at 10:04 pm

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