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ahhhhh, all the beautiful people
« Reply #1301 on: July 31, 2019, 07:15:07 AM »
getting together for a self righteous social event to mix and mingle with the world's celebrities and big wigs

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/07/31/irony-alert-global-elites-take-to-the-sea-skies-for-more-climate-talks/

and to chat over champaign discussing what is best for the rest of us.

If the never came home no one would miss them.

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Cognitive Dissonance of the Left
« Reply #1302 on: July 31, 2019, 11:47:20 AM »
I didn't watch the debates last night [don't have CNN] and I'm not very good at simplifying issues to bumper sticker size, but thinking of the agenda of these deniers of analytics here is one bumper sticker we never seem to see:

Actuarials for Open Borders and Free Healthcare


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Re: ahhhhh, all the beautiful people
« Reply #1303 on: July 31, 2019, 12:41:28 PM »
getting together for a self righteous social event to mix and mingle with the world's celebrities and big wigs

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/07/31/irony-alert-global-elites-take-to-the-sea-skies-for-more-climate-talks/

and to chat over champaign discussing what is best for the rest of us.

If the never came home no one would miss them.

Plotting for Ebola to wipe the slate.

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Cognitive Dissonance of the Left: AINO, AINOs
« Reply #1305 on: August 06, 2019, 10:47:20 AM »
I want to put it here for a time and date stamp on the internet. 

Everyone following politics now knows what a RINO is, a Republican In Name Only.

So what do we call these open borders, international institution governing, sovereignty hating Leftists with literally no Pledge of Allegiance to our country?

AINO,  American In Name Only

You heard it here first.  Not catchy but true - with or without an acronym.

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Re: Cognitive Dissonance of the Left: AINO, AINOs
« Reply #1306 on: August 06, 2019, 01:36:21 PM »
I like it.


I want to put it here for a time and date stamp on the internet. 

Everyone following politics now knows what a RINO is, a Republican In Name Only.

So what do we call these open borders, international institution governing, sovereignty hating Leftists with literally no Pledge of Allegiance to our country?

AINO,  American In Name Only

You heard it here first.  Not catchy but true - with or without an acronym.

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1307 on: August 08, 2019, 12:20:55 AM »
I think I may be using this one , , ,


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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1309 on: August 13, 2019, 09:10:34 AM »
All four of those want to enter my device and track my location.  Fk that.

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1310 on: August 13, 2019, 12:49:14 PM »
basically some university in England that is banning the sale of hamburgers in an effort to "save the planet"

no need to read the rest of it anyway

just more crap to piss us off.

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Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, Let's be more like Europe!
« Reply #1311 on: August 19, 2019, 12:29:45 PM »
Europe's growth rate reads a lot like John Belushi's [Bluto] GPA in Animal House, 0.0.  "Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son. "

Even though last weeks crash already recovered and the inversion curve de-inverted, all the talk in the US MSM is collusion racism uh recession!  Yet the Dem candidates openly want us to be more like Europe.  Good, let's look at Europe:

"The Eurozone quarterly economic growth was confirmed at 0.2 percent in the second quarter of 2019, compared to a 0.4 percent expansion in the previous period. Germany's gross domestic product contracted mainly due to a slump in exports, while Italy's economy stagnated as both trade and domestic demand made zero contribution to growth. In addition, GDP growth slowed in France and Spain. GDP Growth Rate in the Euro Area averaged 0.38 percent from 1995 until 2019, reaching an all time high of 1.30 percent in the second quarter of 1997 and a record low of -3 percent in the first quarter of 2009."
https://tradingeconomics.com/euro-area/gdp-growth
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Prior to election of the first Pelosi congress and the Obama administration, the long term compound growth rate of the US economy was 3.1%.



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THIS is the typical Jewish liberal
« Reply #1312 on: August 23, 2019, 03:51:56 PM »
anyone who thinks liberal Jews will abandon the Democrat party think again

this is how they think . no compromise no prisoners no dissent:

https://www.foxnews.com/media/bette-midler-profane-kay-coles-james-koch


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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, accuracy in words
« Reply #1314 on: August 26, 2019, 09:12:47 AM »
On the Left they seem so concerned about the recklessness of Trump's words, yet the media, the opponents and my friends on the Left always seem to criticize him by misquoting him - and mis-stating facts and events.  All along the lines of Tina Fey, not Sarah Palin, said, "I can see Russia from my home."

Trump didn't say, send them home.
Michael Brown didn't have his hands up, back turned or have hands up..
Trump didn't say there are good people among the white supremacists.
Trump didn't say he was ordering all American companies to exit China.
Trump tax cuts weren't mostly for the rich.
The widening deficit isn't from decreasing revenues or from tax reform.
Trump didn't start the trade war.
Trump didn't repeal any environmental law.

They can't seem to attack him without lying about what he said or what he did.

But Keith Ellison really did say "We don't get no justice, you don't get no peace."
Omar really did say, "it's all about the Benjamins, baby."
Biden really did say he would like to "beat the hell out of" Trump.
Ocasio really did say, ""Unemployment is low because everyone has two jobs."
Pelosi really did say,  "we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it."

Obama really did say, "Get in their face!"
"they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them"
"I don't want [my daughters] punished with a baby."
 "If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen."
"[my grandmother] is a typical white person..."
"You can keep your doctor, you can keep your plan."
"This was the moment [my inauguration] when the rise of the oceans began to slow"

Is it that hard to find and use actual quotes, actual policies to besmirch the President?

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, accuracy in words
« Reply #1315 on: August 26, 2019, 11:57:28 AM »
It's the two minute hate.

ORANGE MAN BAD!!!!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvGmOZ5T6_Y




On the Left they seem so concerned about the recklessness of Trump's words, yet the media, the opponents and my friends on the Left always seem to criticize him by misquoting him - and mis-stating facts and events.  All along the lines of Tina Fey, not Sarah Palin, said, "I can see Russia from my home."

Trump didn't say, send them home.
Michael Brown didn't have his hands up, back turned or have hands up..
Trump didn't say there are good people among the white supremacists.
Trump didn't say he was ordering all American companies to exit China.
Trump tax cuts weren't mostly for the rich.
The widening deficit isn't from decreasing revenues or from tax reform.
Trump didn't start the trade war.
Trump didn't repeal any environmental law.

They can't seem to attack him without lying about what he said or what he did.

But Keith Ellison really did say "We don't get no justice, you don't get no peace."
Omar really did say, "it's all about the Benjamins, baby."
Biden really did say he would like to "beat the hell out of" Trump.
Ocasio really did say, ""Unemployment is low because everyone has two jobs."
Pelosi really did say,  "we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it."

Obama really did say, "Get in their face!"
"they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them"
"I don't want [my daughters] punished with a baby."
 "If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen."
"[my grandmother] is a typical white person..."
"You can keep your doctor, you can keep your plan."
"This was the moment [my inauguration] when the rise of the oceans began to slow"

Is it that hard to find and use actual quotes, actual policies to besmirch the President?

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1316 on: September 06, 2019, 08:18:27 AM »
https://pjmedia.com/trending/swedish-prof-urges-eating-human-flesh-to-save-the-climate/
I also have another great idea:

we force every human to have a little device that measures methane up our rear ends and we can then tax our flatus
those with more flatus then others are ruining the environment more and thus should pay more

(anyone who is not white male or hetero could be exempt or get a fart tax discount).

yrs ago I would never have even dreamed such a thing.  Now it sounds in the same ballpark as other leftist "ideas".


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The Left has surely won the propaganda war
« Reply #1317 on: September 17, 2019, 07:14:03 AM »
creating today's and tomorrow's future soldiers:

https://www.axios.com/climate-strikes-nyc-1m-students-can-skip-school-fdc414c6-1496-4107-85cb-ef6522e4d512.html

Watch.  Deblasio will speak somehow at this "event" which is no more than kids cutting school and because it is a leftist event - it becomes a grand occasion not a juvenile offense .
 
CNN MSLSD will be there to give the "woke" kids their 15 minutes of glory ,  and another Hogg might emerge and be given a platform and path to Ivy league , help in establishing an organization,  and roadmap to future public office.


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Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, Women demand same rights as guns
« Reply #1318 on: September 17, 2019, 08:21:16 AM »
This comes from Crafty's patriot Post:

Protester sign:

“I dream women will one day have the same rights as guns.”

Also “If my vagina shot bullets it would have fewer regulations than guns.”



Let's be clear:

[I like the one, banned in  polling places on the day of an election.]

Locked up when not in use.
Banned from airplanes.
Banned from  public schools.
Businesses  can post "No women allowed" signs.
Banned in major cities.
Not allowed anywhere alcohol is consumed.
A man can own multiple  women only after a background check.
Noise reduction devices regulated.
A license with fee is required to be out in public.
Banned from polling places on the day of an election.
Banned from entering many buildings, like courthouses, schools, and colleges.
Banned from Washington D.C.
Cannot be sold across state lines without going through the government.

https://patriotpost.us/humor/65489-pete-and-meat?mailing_id=4531&utm_medium=email&utm_source=pp.email.4531&utm_campaign=humor
https://lockedback.com/women-hope-many-rights-guns-wait/

We should treat our guns better than that!
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Gulliani was corrupt but not Biden and son
« Reply #1319 on: September 20, 2019, 08:04:54 AM »
So Trump's team asking Ukraine to look into the appearance of corruption of Joe Biden and son
is now
made to be the corruption!

how the Left and its media hacks have ignored the clear conflict of interests of their guy and probably outright corruption
and suddenly are screaming through all their megaphones that Gulliani is the the corrupt one.

Bait and switch games :

https://www.spartareport.com/2019/09/what-was-trump-talking-to-the-ukrainian-president-about-the-burisma-holdings-scandal-involving-joe-and-hunter-biden-perhaps/

Now we are going to have to hear this shit all over the airwaves till Nov. 20.   And listen to the partisans like Larry Tribe (of the democrat party tribe)
all day and night .  :x
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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1320 on: September 20, 2019, 11:41:10 AM »
OH NOES!

I am back! 

Just wondering anyone's thoughts on all the REPOs and the current liquidity crunch going on.

Pat
PPulatie

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1321 on: September 20, 2019, 03:25:12 PM »
" .Just wondering anyone's thoughts on all the REPOs and the current liquidity crunch going on"

don't know anything about this but welcome back

good to see your website still alive and kicking (leftist behind)

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Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, "Cooking with Gas"
« Reply #1322 on: October 22, 2019, 09:59:45 AM »
My Grandpa used to say, "Now we're cooking with gas."  It was an expression for things going well on any project, way beyond cooking, because he remembered cooking before gas.

Now the Left wants to ban fossil fuels including clean natural gas.  What are YOU going to cook with, solar and wind?  Depend on the grid while they shut it down more and more often?

https://westernwire.net/no-more-cooking-with-gas-environmental-activists-going-after-the-appliances-consumers-love/

Democrats:  Taking us back to the 1800s, only worse.

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Re: Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, "Cooking with Gas"
« Reply #1323 on: October 22, 2019, 05:10:07 PM »
What did socialists use before candles? Electricity.


My Grandpa used to say, "Now we're cooking with gas."  It was an expression for things going well on any project, way beyond cooking, because he remembered cooking before gas.

Now the Left wants to ban fossil fuels including clean natural gas.  What are YOU going to cook with, solar and wind?  Depend on the grid while they shut it down more and more often?

https://westernwire.net/no-more-cooking-with-gas-environmental-activists-going-after-the-appliances-consumers-love/

Democrats:  Taking us back to the 1800s, only worse.

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kids want alter 1st amendment "hate speech"
« Reply #1324 on: October 25, 2019, 07:49:59 AM »
Would  these same naive kids

include calling people Nazis, Fascists, bigots , terrorists , or saying anything negative about Christians Republicans white people or conservatives in general .

as "hate speech"

just curious



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Jane Fonda
« Reply #1325 on: October 26, 2019, 08:54:54 AM »
Ah, the nostalgia of being a Leftist revolutionary on the streets demonstrating in an appropriate  Che Guevara cap (no problem he was a viscous murderer) and all dressed in bright red (no prob with Mao Stalin et al).  The romance of it all !!!  :wink:
Oh, it is good to feel young again!

https://twitter.com/search?q=jane+fonda&ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Esearch

I so admire this brave, courageous woman's willingness to fight for principle ,  the world,  the little people the forests . (heavy on sarcasm).
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Cognitive Dissonance of the left, The Bad Treatment of Katie Hill
« Reply #1326 on: October 31, 2019, 07:25:04 AM »
The bad treatment of Katie Hill will keep future nice young women from seeking public office.  Good grief.

Yeah, that's what happened, she was treated unfairly.  Not that she cheated on her threesome and had two affairs with staffers against House ethics rules  and resigned from Congress from the shame of it.

“You cannot even imagine this happening with a male congressman,”

Are these people nuts?  [yes]

https://www.vox.com/identities/2019/10/29/20936562/katie-hill-democrat-congress-resigns-revenge-porn

"Sexual misconduct allegations against men like Sen. Al Franken or Rep. Blake Farenthold were generally treated as political issues, not salacious stories about people’s sex lives."

   - She was the one with the salacious sex life and the consensual photos.  Private parts were covered in every photo I saw.  It was not revenge porn if it was not porn, nice try.  I wonder what part of going into public life she didn't understand?  Bragging publicly of being  bisexual opened the door.  Her constituents [and Republicans] didn't bring her sex life, she did.  And what lesson of the 'me too' movement she didn't understand.  That it only applied to men in the workplace because they have all the power?  SHE had the power.  She could have divorced the "abusive husband" instead of just cheating on him and sleeping with staffers.  If she wants us to judge all the players in her little sex drama, we will need all the information.

Who ever thought that a practicing bisexual would be faithful?  Faithful to whom?

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1327 on: October 31, 2019, 08:32:03 AM »
any word on her district.  if this helps repubs

I would be surprised since dems generally will circle wagons if it is a pol they need and would lose a seat.

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Re: George Papadopoulos runs for Hill's seat
« Reply #1329 on: October 31, 2019, 09:27:40 AM »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/george-papadopoulos-convicted-trump-campaign-012412524.html
 :-o :?

This young man deserves a fair chance to clevr his good name.  I heard Jennifer Horn (sp?) comment on this on Sebastion Gorka yesterday.  There are other good conservatives already running in the "jungle primary".  At some timely point in the campaign, Republicans need to self-limit their choices to one or risk having two Democrats be the choices in the general election.

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1330 on: October 31, 2019, 10:18:03 AM »
CCP or Doug:

Please post in Congress thread.

TY

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One great example of
« Reply #1331 on: November 04, 2019, 06:22:41 AM »
no better example of the power of the Democrat-Media Complex . (*DMC*)
then this :


https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/toast-town-toxic-facebook-ceo-060758941.html

"toast of the town"
while he was baraq fan

then zuckerberg made the fatal mistake of pissing off the DEms with Cambridge analytica
then he goes to "toxic"

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Henninger: Has Elizabeth Warren Wrecked the Left?
« Reply #1332 on: November 07, 2019, 04:32:39 PM »
Has Elizabeth Warren Wrecked the Left?
The Warren Medicare for All plan shows that progressivism is undeliverable pie in the sky.

By Daniel Henninger
Nov. 6, 2019 6:58 pm ET
Opinion: Has Warren's Medicare For All Wrecked the Left?


The fallout from the release of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s Medicare for All plan is the biggest event so far in the 2020 presidential campaign. It’s big enough that Sen. Warren’s campaign may have buckled beneath the weight of her plan’s fantastic details. But it might be bigger than that. The Warren meltdown could prove to be the Democratic left’s Chernobyl, a lasting catastrophe.

In 2016, capitalizing on socialist Bernie Sanders’s strong performance in the primaries against Hillary Clinton, the organized left muscled the Democratic establishment out of the picture and captured the party’s levers of power and its ideological direction.

Recall earlier this year what happened when the party’s presidential candidates began their 2020 runs. Bernie was back, and in short order the progressives put down an array of policy markers and litmus tests—Medicare for All, the Green New Deal, free public college tuition, forgiveness of student debt.

The astonishing thing then wasn’t Bernie bellowing about Medicare for All or even Ms. Warren waving it forward. More surprising was how quickly more “moderate” Democrats, such as Sens. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, saluted the left’s agenda. Both signed on to a Green New Deal resolution introduced in February by the left-wing social-media influencer Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Recall also how the American Action Forum estimated that the Green New Deal, including its “social justice” policies, could cost $51 trillion to $93 trillion between 2020 and 2029. No matter. The bended-knee obeisances of the Democratic presidential candidates to most of this stuff were a testament to the progressive left’s ascendancy.

Then Elizabeth Warren began to introduce her “plans.” In retrospect, the purpose of her incredible policy detail seems clear: She would be competing with Mr. Sanders in the same lane for progressive primary voters. To distinguish herself from Bernie’s mystical left-wing status, Ms. Warren offered a welter of progressive policy detail.


Her schools plan, for instance, is a paint-by-numbers Valentine to the progressive-controlled teachers unions, a force in producing party voter turnout. She promised to “quadruple” federal spending on education, to $800 billion over a decade. (You almost have to admire a candidate who vows to quadruple spending.) This came after her $1.07 trillion “universal child-care” plan.

Somehow Ms. Warren was slipping by with all this maxed-out progressivism, including kid-glove media profiles—until last week and the release of her Medicare for All plan. Uh-oh.

So this is what nationalized health care looks like. We knew that half the U.S. population—some 177 million people—would lose their private insurance. Now we find out that federalized health care would cost nearly $52 trillion over 10 years, paid for by myriad bureaucratic “savings” and new taxes. There’d be a new Employer Medicare Contribution (i.e., a tax) plus an annual tax on the unrealized capital gains of the “wealthiest,” plus a threat to abrogate drug companies’ patents if they don’t comply with federal price controls. Doctors, some warned, might leave the profession.

If costs outpace economic growth (and they would), “I will use available policy tools, which include global budgets, population-based budgets and automatic rate reductions to bring it back in line.” The left may never forgive Elizabeth Warren for releasing all this detail.

Ms. Warren has let the cat out of the bag: Progressivism is basically undeliverable pie in the sky. Indeed, by stringing together in detail so many progressive wish lists, she has made clear how difficult, if not impossible, it is for them to survive the most basic tests of political or fiscal plausibility.

Mr. Sanders has always understood this, which is why he has risen by never offering anything more substantive than the wings and prayers of his stirring stump speech. His pitch to millennials and white gentry liberals is wholly emotional.

No wonder Ms. Ocasio-Cortez chose to endorse Bernie. Like him, AOC knows the progressive enterprise is about sailing into power on a river of aspirational rhetoric.

In the wake of Ms. Warren’s plan reveal, it just got a lot harder for the party’s presidential candidates to dismiss or duck questions about the price tag for their spending policies. Surely this is why Nancy Pelosi, a self-described woman of the left, warned this week: “What works in San Francisco does not necessarily work in Michigan.”

The party’s “moderate” candidates—Joe Biden, Amy Klobuchar and the reimagined Pete Buttigieg—have been criticizing Ms. Warren’s health-care plan, but whether they will separate themselves from the party’s dreamland left remains to be seen.

President Trump has been telling audiences: You may or may not like me, but you’re going to have to vote for me to avoid the Democrats destroying the gains in your 401(k). It’s not a bad line. Now Mr. Trump can say—finally: Don’t take my word for it. Read for yourself what’s in the Democratic “plan” after he’s gone.

Write henninger@wsj.com.

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Larry Trib(al)
« Reply #1333 on: November 15, 2019, 06:42:35 AM »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/laurence-tribe-donald-trump-defenders-090359249.html

recently read thread replies when one wrote he is a liberal and next poster denied it and said there is no such evidence for such an accusation

Trib(al) is on the board of this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renew_Democracy_Initiative

and
"Tribe served as a judicial adviser to the Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign."

I wonder if he has helped one of his other students, Ted Cruz

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Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, Kavanaugh back in the news
« Reply #1334 on: December 04, 2019, 08:01:21 AM »
Needs to be posted in its entirety.  The Left is still lying about it.  You are not serious about truth and evidence if you side with Ford over Kavanaugh.  Sadly all Dem politicians still do.

21 Reasons Not To Believe Christine Blasey Ford’s Claims About Justice Kavanaugh
https://thefederalist.com/2019/12/02/21-reasons-not-to-believe-christine-blasey-fords-claims-about-justice-kavanaugh/

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California recently presented Christine Blasey Ford with its Roger Baldwin Courage Award. Blasey Ford accused Brett Kavanaugh of attempted rape, nearly derailing his Supreme Court nomination.

Many Democratic politicians and members of corporate media proudly announce that they “believe” Ford and believe that Kavanaugh should be impeached.

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is a profile in courage. One year later, I still believe her. pic.twitter.com/ufqGKm7QKr

— Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) September 27, 2019

It’s been one year since Dr. Christine Blasey Ford came before the Senate Judiciary Committee. I believed her then and I believe it now: she is a true profile in courage. pic.twitter.com/bG36lOA7AD

— Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) September 27, 2019

I still believe Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. And like the man who appointed him, Brett Kavanaugh should be impeached.

— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) September 28, 2019

I believed Christine Blasey Ford a year ago. I believe Christine Blasey Ford today. The default position should be to believe the women especially when they take on powerful men with nothing to gain.

— Matthew Dowd (@matthewjdowd) September 27, 2019

It is unclear why these politicians and pundits claim to believe Ford, given the lack of evidence in support of her serious accusations. Here are 21 reasons reasonable people may doubt Ford’s claims about Kavanaugh.

1. There Is No Evidence that Ford and Kavanaugh Ever Met
Apart from Ford’s claim, no evidence was ever provided that Ford and Kavanaugh had ever met, much less that the party she described had occurred, much less that the assault she described occurred.

2. Leland Keyser Said She Did Not Have ‘Any Confidence’ in Her Friend’s Story
Ford said a close childhood friend named Leland Keyser was a witness to the event where the alleged assault occurred, and later told people that she was sure Keyser had driven her home. While Keyser initially felt horrible that the assault had occurred unbeknownst to her, upon a rigorous examination of her memory of the summer in question, she came to lack confidence in the tale her friend told.

Keyser was a lifelong liberal who did not want Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court. This was first reported in our book “Justice on Trial,” and added to in “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh.”

3. Friends Pressured Keyser to Change Her Story
When Keyser publicly said she had no recollection of the event in question, mutual friends of hers and Ford’s pressured her to change her story. She issued another statement, still noting she had no memory of the event while adding that she believed her friend. Later, the pressure campaign to get her to change her story rubbed her the wrong way.

A recent book revealed that these friends considered releasing disparaging information about Keyser because her public statements about her lifelong friend were such a “problem.”

4. All Alleged Witnesses Strongly Dispute the Claim
In addition to Keyser, the other alleged witnesses also said they had no memory of the event in question.

It wasn’t just that they said they had no recollection of the incident, but that the allegations were difficult to believe. For instance, P.J. Smyth said, “I have no knowledge of the party in question; nor do I have any knowledge of the allegations of improper conduct she has leveled against Brett Kavanaugh. Personally speaking, I have known Brett Kavanaugh since high school and I know him to be a person of great integrity, a great friend, and I have never witnessed any improper conduct by Brett Kavanaugh towards women.”

5. Ford’s Father Supported Kavanaugh’s Confirmation
The Blasey family stayed conspicuously silent about the veracity of her allegations. A public letter of support for Ford that began “As members of Christine Blasey Ford’s family . . .” wasn’t signed by a single blood relative. Reached for comment by the Washington Post, her father simply said, “I think all of the Blasey family would support her. I think her record stands for itself. Her schooling, her jobs and so on,” before hanging up.

Privately, however, it appears the Blasey family had significant doubts about what Ford was trying to accomplish by making unsubstantiated allegations against Kavanaugh. Within days of Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, a fascinating encounter took place. Kavanaugh’s father was approached by Ford’s father at the golf club where they are both members.

Ralph Blasey, Ford’s father, went out of his way to offer to Ed Kavanaugh his support of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, according to multiple people familiar with the conversation that took place at Burning Tree Club in Bethesda, Maryland. “I’m glad Brett was confirmed,” Ralph Blasey told Ed Kavanaugh, shaking his hand. Blasey added that the ordeal had been tough for both families.

The encounter immediately caused a stir at the close-knit private golf club as staff and members shared the news. The conversation between the two men echoed a letter Blasey had previously sent to the elder Kavanaugh. Neither man returned requests for comment about the exchanges.

Blasey never explicitly addressed the credibility of his daughter’s allegations, but he presumably wouldn’t have supported the nomination of a man he believed tried to rape his daughter.

It wasn’t just Ford’s father. The national drama played out on a decidedly local scale as the D.C.-based family and friends of Ford’s quietly apologized to friends and family of Kavanaugh, even as the toxic political environment made it punitive for them to speak up publicly.

6. Ford Doesn’t Know the Location
Ford was unable to identify the location of the alleged assault.

After being asked under oath whether she remembered any more details about the event, she said she did not. However, in later interviews with friendly journalists (for “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh”), she elaborated on her earlier description of the house where the event allegedly occurred, speculating that it was a bachelor pad and noting that it lacked a lived-in feel. She also has changed her description of the location of the event from within a 1-mile radius of the country club to between her house and the club.

7. Ford Doesn’t Know How She Arrived
Ford was unable to say how she arrived at the location of the party where she claimed the assault occurred. Her recent retelling of the story include new speculation that she arrived with Keyser and that Keyser was her entree to the party because Keyser knew Mark Judge, details she was unable to provide when asked at the hearing.

8. Ford Does Not Know How She Got Home
Ford was unable to say how she got home, although in later versions of the story she said Keyser drove her home. Ford was frequently driven around by Keyser and by one of Ford’s brothers, making their inability to support her story a particular problem.

9. Ford Does Not Know the Date or Even What Time of Week
Ford’s lack of memory about the event included no memory of whether the event took place on a weekday or weekend.

10. Ford Somehow Remembers She Had Only One Beer, But Not Other Details
While Ford didn’t remember the location of the alleged event, when it happened, how she got there, or how she got home, she claims to remember she had precisely one beer. Ford’s high school friends reported that she was a heavy drinker at the time. It was unclear why she remembered the one beer detail and almost no other details.

11. Kavanaugh’s Contemporaneous Calendars Support His Claim
While the lack of specificity about Ford’s claims made them difficult to dispute, Kavanaugh had surprising contemporaneous evidence. He kept calendars of his daily schedule, including specifics about who attended which gatherings noted after the events. He did not have a free weekend during the summer of 1982, limiting the possible dates for the gathering that was claimed. Nor were there any events recorded similar to the one Ford described.

12. Ford Changed the Date of the Incident by Years from Her Initial Stories
Ford’s story changed many details over the years, including the year in which the assault was alleged to have occurred. She initially stated that the event occurred in the “mid-1980s” when texting the Washington Post hotline, told Sen. Dianne Feinstein that it occurred in the “early 80s,” and then finally settled on the specific summer of 1982 in the article published by the Post. She was unable to explain why her assessment of the date changed or how she ultimately determined 1982 was the correct year.

13. Character Witnesses from the Time Support Kavanaugh
When the allegations of sexual misconduct broke in the Washington Post, Kavanaugh’s female friends from high school quickly attested to his character. Some 65 women he knew in high school signed a letter about his conduct that they released in his defense. Additional groups of women signed letters after additional allegations — such as that he was a serial gang rapist who roamed the streets of suburban Maryland — were made by a client of Michael Avenatti’s.

While many Holton Arms alumnae signed a letter in support of Ford, an alumna, few attended the school at the same time as Ford or even claimed to know her.

14. Ford’s First Mention of Kavanaugh’s Name is 2012, After He Became a National Figure
Kavanaugh had been a public figure since working on Kenneth Starr’s independent counsel in the mid-1990s. From there he worked in the George W. Bush White House and went through two contentious confirmation battles to be a federal judge.

By 2012, he was identified in The New Yorker as the next likely nominee to the Supreme Court under a Republican presidency. There is no record of Ford naming Kavanaugh until that year, at best. In recent accounts, she acknowledges this year was the one in which she realized Kavanaugh had a national profile.

15. False Claims Were Made about Ford’s Inability to Fly
When the allegations were published in the Washington Post, the Senate Judiciary Committee wanted to hear from Ford immediately. After her lawyers stated publicly that she was willing to testify, the Judiciary Committee offered to fly to her and hear her testimony in an open or closed setting. While the offers to fly to her were not responded to, her lawyers told the committee she could not make an early hearing date in DC due to her fear of flying.

Under questioning from Rachel Mitchell, a sex crimes prosecutor, it was revealed that Ford did in fact fly to DC and flies regularly for pleasure, including to support her habit of global surf travel to remote islands. It was unclear why the false claims about fear of flying were made, although recent reporting suggests it may have been part of an attempt by her lawyers to delay the hearing date because, contrary to their statements, they knew their client did not want to testify and needed more time to convince her to change her mind.

16. Ford Scrubbed Her Social Media
When Ford’s claim went public, there was no social media footprint for her, while she was repeatedly presented as not particularly political. Her high school friends found that curious since she had been an active Facebook user, described as being “crazy” liberal.

17. Ford Said She Wanted to Stay Confidential, But First Call Was to Washington Post
The claim was made that Ford desired to keep her claims private. However, the first call she made about the matter was to the Washington Post tip line. And when she didn’t receive a response quickly enough, she said she would go to The New York Times if they didn’t respond soon.

Her other contact was with her members of Congress, although she claimed that she wasn’t quite sure how to contact her senator yet was able to reach her House member. Ford is a university professor with a Ph.D.

18. Ford’s Attorney Admitted a Motive of Desiring an Asterisk by Kavanaugh’s Name
Ford’s attorney admitted that she and her client were motivated by their support for abortion. The admission, first reported in Ryan Lovelace’s new book “Search and Destroy: Inside the Campaign Against Brett Kavanaugh,” was confirmed with video footage. The forthcoming pro-Ford book “Supreme Ambition” attempts to excuse Katz by claiming Lovelace misheard garbled audio of the event, but her words are in fact quite clear on the recording.

Tarnishing the reputation of a justice who would have the power to overturn abortion precedent Roe v. Wade “was part of what motivated Christine,” her attorney Debra Katz said. “Elections have consequences, but he will always have an asterisk next to his name,” she said of Kavanaugh.

19. Ford Has Benefited Politically, Financially, and Socially
The ACLU’s “Courage” award was not the first award bestowed on Ford. She has received several awards and accolades from liberal organizations, ranging from Sports Illustrated and Time Magazine to the YWCA, and near universal acclaim from the politicians whose views she shares. Nearly $1 million was raised for her in GoFundMe accounts. Ford has also been able to recast her troubled adolescence as a result of trauma at Kavanaugh’s hands.

20. Nothing in Kavanaugh’s Past Remotely Similar to the Claim for 37 Years
While sexual assailants usually don’t stop at one violent sexual assault, nothing in Kavanaugh’s past even remotely matches Ford’s claims. His dozens, if not hundreds, of female friends — including several ex-girlfriends — vouch for his character and have done so against unbelievable pressure campaigns. Even the anti-Kavanaugh authors of “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh” acknowledge that they were unable to find any evidence of sexual misconduct in the past 30 years despite extensive digging.

21. Memory Manipulation?
Believing, in keeping with the evidence, that Ford’s story is not accurate does not require a conclusion that she is lying. Scientific research shows that memories of traumatic events are malleable and that some types of therapy are particularly likely to introduce false elements into memory.

Ford has attempted to use discussions with her marriage therapist as evidence for her recalling this event as early as 2012, but has refused to release those notes to confirm that claim or to allow an assessment of whether therapeutic techniques known to introduce false memories were employed in those sessions. Without external corroboration of her story — and there is none — it is impossible to conclude that her allegations are true even if one believes she is completely sincere in making them.


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Cognitive Dissonance, IG report is not offensive to the Left?
« Reply #1335 on: December 12, 2019, 07:23:22 AM »
Major league abuse of power exposed at the highest levels of the FBI and previous administration and former prosecutor little Amy is not offended?  What if this story was about a Republican administration concocting a false reason to surveil a Democratic candidate for President?  How come no one is offended by two systems of justice?  What if YOUR side were on the other side of it?  They can't see that?

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/12/stunning-shift-as-amy-klobuchar-tones-things-down-after-ted-cruz-rants-about-beavis-and-butt-head-at-ig-hearing/

Simultaneously, she supports impeaching the victim of this abuse of power for abuse of power and not cooperating with the frame up.
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Re: Cognitive Dissonance, IG report is not offensive to the Left?
« Reply #1336 on: December 12, 2019, 05:45:33 PM »
Of course not. Rules are for the little people.



Major league abuse of power exposed at the highest levels of the FBI and previous administration and former prosecutor little Amy is not offended?  What if this story was about a Republican administration concocting a false reason to surveil a Democratic candidate for President?  How come no one is offended by two systems of justice?  What if YOUR side were on the other side of it?  They can't see that?

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/12/stunning-shift-as-amy-klobuchar-tones-things-down-after-ted-cruz-rants-about-beavis-and-butt-head-at-ig-hearing/

Simultaneously, she supports impeaching the victim of this abuse of power for abuse of power and not cooperating with the frame up.

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The biography of a 16 y o
« Reply #1337 on: December 16, 2019, 04:50:45 PM »
https://pjmedia.com/trending/new-jersey-gives-illegals-drivers-licenses-how-long-before-they-get-the-vote/

well Joan of Arc

was only 19:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_of_Arc

of course she commanded armies , showed great courage, won battles till she was betrayed by lesser men.
and then burned at the stake for her troubles

Who here thinks GT has as much or more courage?

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The other Cuomo 's kid . gives it the Corleone veto
« Reply #1338 on: December 23, 2019, 02:59:10 PM »
Says don't call Chris, Fredo ever again  -  you got it!:

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2019/12/23/cuomo-vetoes-bill-allowing-federal-judges-to-officiate-wedding-because-of-trump-appointments-n2558441

despite :

The legislation, sponsored by Democratic state Sen. Liz Krueger, passed the state Senate by a 61-to-1 vote. It passed the state Assembly by a 144-to-2 tally. Both the state Senate and the Assembly are under Democratic control

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Cog Dissonance of the Left, End of "Net Neutrality" was not end of the world
« Reply #1339 on: December 24, 2019, 06:02:59 AM »
[Consider giving to Center of the American Experiment.]
https://www.americanexperiment.org/2019/12/remember-that-time-the-end-of-net-neutrality-was-going-to-cause-the-end-of-the-internet-as-we-know-it-that-was-awesome/

Remember that time the end of net neutrality was going to cause “the end of the internet as we know it”? That was awesome
 by John Phelan, December 19, 2019

Two years ago this month the FCC repealed the controversial net neutrality rules. At the time, our own Sen. Amy Klobuchar wrote

As a strong supporter of a free and open internet, I am opposed to the Federal Communications Commission’s vote to eliminate net neutrality rules. These important protections prevent internet service providers from blocking, slowing and prioritizing web traffic. This vote will harm consumers, particularly in rural areas. It will limit competition. And it will hurt small business entrepreneurship and innovation. I will continue to push for a free and open internet.

Sen. Bernie Sanders cranked up the hysterics even further…

This is the end of the internet as we know it. In Congress and in the courts we must fight back. #NetNeutrality pic.twitter.com/ExKx7LFZwj

— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) December 14, 2017

Mysteriously popular British artist Banksy tweeted

I don’t know about you, but two years on I’m still not paying for my Google searches. The internet is still here. Indeed, as I wrote on this first anniversary of the repeal of net neutrality rules, it has continued improving.

Ditch the hysterics and try discussing things sensibly
The FCC’s net neutrality vote was never a threat to consumers, in rural areas or elsewhere, and it didn’t hurt small business entrepreneurship and innovation, as Sen. Klobuchar warned. It certainly didn’t risk “the end of the internet as we know it”, as Sen. Sanders said. So why did they say that it did?

One possible answer is that they didn’t know any better. American politics gives people power over things they often don’t understand. House Republicans drew laughs with their technologically inept questioning of Google CEO Sundar Pichai, but we should also be laughing at Sen. Klobuchar and Sen. Sanders. We should also question whether bigger government policies – which give ever more power over ever more of American life to people who cannot know enough to exercise it – are actually sensible.

Another possibility is that they did know better but said it anyway. Maybe Sen. Sanders and Sen. Klobuchar did know that the things they were saying were, at best, outrageous exaggerations, but said them anyway to fire up their base. If so, it worked. Like me, you might have seen friends on social media repeating Sen. Sanders’ risible claims.

But at what cost was this temporary enthusiasm bought? Politicians – of whichever party – cannot keep calling things which are not existential threats existential threats. For one thing, people will be less inclined to believe you when a real existential threat comes along. For another, a healthy society and polity cannot survive at that pitch of hysteria.

For the good of the country, calm it down.

John Phelan is an economist at the Center of the American Experiment.

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Cognitive Dissonance of the Left, Dem tax breaks for the Wealthy
« Reply #1340 on: December 24, 2019, 06:23:04 AM »
https://reason.com/2019/12/17/eat-the-rich-house-democrats-plan-to-pass-huge-tax-break-for-wealthy-homeowners/?utm_medium=email

...congressional Democrats are set to vote this week to restore a huge tax break that primarily benefits wealthy Americans—one that effectively shifts the federal tax burden onto middle- and lower-income earners.

That tax break is known as the State and Local Tax (SALT) deduction and it does exactly what the name would suggest. Taxpayers are allowed to deduct payments of state and local income and property taxes from their federal taxes. (In states with no income tax, taxpayers can deduct sales taxes instead.)
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19 of the top 20 districts, ranked by the percentage of households claiming a SALT deduction in 2016, are represented by Democrats in Congress.
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Interesting.  Democrats want to pay less in taxes.  Who knew.

Try this:  spend less.

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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1341 on: December 24, 2019, 08:10:14 AM »
"Interesting.  Democrats want to pay less in taxes.  Who knew.

Try this:  spend less."

Well this would help a lot of taxpayers not only the "rich"
that said this smacks of Democrat helping themselves rather than anyone else to help ease their high blue state taxes payers and the richer more

despite the fact I would like these tax breaks I am against it because it forces the Fed to subsidize high tax states disportionately with lower tax states.

Agree, the dems want lower taxes than reduce stated local income and property taxes and spend less.



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Re: The Cognitive Dissonance of the left
« Reply #1342 on: December 24, 2019, 10:55:53 AM »
"Interesting.  Democrats want to pay less in taxes.  Who knew.

Try this:  spend less."

Well this would help a lot of taxpayers not only the "rich"
that said this smacks of Democrat helping themselves rather than anyone else to help ease their high blue state taxes payers and the richer more

despite the fact I would like these tax breaks I am against it because it forces the Fed to subsidize high tax states disproportionately with lower tax states.

Agree, the dems want lower taxes than reduce stated local income and property taxes and spend less.

The people screwed are you and me, people who pay high taxes in 'blue' states but have consistently voted against over-spending and over-taxation at both the federal and state levels. 

How that passes for consent of the governed is beyond me, when politicians sell higher taxes as something only a few, someone else not you, will have to pay.

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Anti Trump Yale pschiatrist wants Pelosi to invite and add her to impeachment
« Reply #1343 on: December 27, 2019, 04:07:00 PM »
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/12/27/yale-psychiatrist-claims-pelosi-can-subject-trump-involuntary-mental-health-evaluation/#

Gotta love this part :

" Lee also believes that those surrounding Trump may be suffering from a “shared psychosis.” She said that “the severity by which others are affected is what induces me to believe that Trump is sometimes truly paranoid and delusional rather than merely lying.”

All his supporters are delusional.
Yet she clearly suffers from TDS herself as well as some personal narcism in thinking it is her job to save the World from the orange man.

Well Dr Lee I am far from deranged to see what would happen to me and my country if the LEft wins.
no delusions there!

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Nothing but - Cognitive Dissonance on the Left, N Kristoff, climate, sea level
« Reply #1345 on: December 31, 2019, 06:56:55 AM »
Previously by this author,
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/06/opinion/sunday/as-donald-trump-denies-climate-change-these-kids-die-of-it.html
As Donald Trump Denies Climate Change, These Kids Die of It
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Today, same author:
https://www.sltrib.com/opinion/commentary/2019/12/30/nicholas-kristof-why-has/
Why 2019 has been the best year in human history
[and the US under DJT led the way?]
Obligatory mentions of Trump and climate change in the column.
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More:
Climate Change Is Already Killing Us
How Our Warmer and Wetter Planet Is Getting Sicker and Deadlier by the Day

By Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus September 23, 2019
https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/2019-09-23/climate-change-already-killing-us

Foreign affairs, seriously?

Yet humankind has never been so healthy and prosperous.
  - Statement of fact.  Source: any honest journalist.

Foreign affairs continued:
Photo: Women are treated for respiratory problems at a hospital in New Delhi, November 2018
s world leaders gather on Monday for the Climate Action Summit at the UN General Assembly, it is sadly clear that the prospect of rising global temperatures and sea levels has failed to generate a sufficient sense of urgency around climate change.
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Indian Ocean sea levels rise 0.00mm over past century
https://cairnsnews.org/2019/06/15/indian-ocean-sea-levels-rise-0-00mm-over-past-century/
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s41748-017-0020-z
Analysis of the tide gauge data of Aden, Yemen shows that without arbitrary alignment of data, Aden exhibits very stable sea level conditions like those in Mumbai, India and Karachi, Pakistan, without any significant sea level trend.

The Indian Ocean is kind of a big one...  You'd think this would get reported.
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"I am absolutely certain that generations from now, we will be able to look back and tell our children that this was the moment when we began to provide care for the sick and good jobs to the jobless; this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal"
   - B. Obama,  June 2008

In other 2019 news:
"Obama Ocean Mansion 3-10 Feet Above Sea Level"
https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/2019/08/obama-ocean-mansion-3-10-feet-above-sea-level-daniel-greenfield/
https://www.townandcountrymag.com/leisure/real-estate/g22791064/barack-obama-marthas-vineyard-vacation-home-sale/
   - mission accomplished.
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Cognitive Dissonance of the left, plant based alternative to vaping...
« Reply #1346 on: December 31, 2019, 07:40:37 AM »
Hat tip PJ Media Instapundit


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Vitamin E acetate
« Reply #1347 on: December 31, 2019, 08:08:31 AM »
https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/cdc-confirms-vitamin-e-acetate-is-causing-vast-majority-of-vaping-illnesses-heres-what-else-we-learned-174356096.html

so of course the vape pushers will be all over the media claiming they removed this from their products
and American kids are good to go and start vaping their brains out again


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Re: Cognitive Dissonance of the left, plant based alternative to vaping...
« Reply #1348 on: December 31, 2019, 01:52:40 PM »
Hat tip PJ Media Instapundit



Exactly!

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Now I know why she was on CNN
« Reply #1349 on: January 01, 2020, 07:23:49 AM »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/linda-ronstadt-trump-hitler-073242716.html

right
Trump is Hitler and Mexicans are the new Jews

Wait I thought the Indians - doctors lawyers IT professionals business owners were the "new Jews"!

I wonder how many songs of hers were stolen?