8.06.2015

Open Mic Night: The Republican Debate

I...I just...I can't...y'all, I-I-I miss Herman Cain. At least he made things funny.



This is what a fucking migraine looks like, Bar Patrons.  And this is just the beginning.  I'm waiting for someone to post the rest.

And don't think I didn't notice the internment camps between lines. So let me get this straight: when the potential victims are white Christians, radical Islamic rhetoric is unprotected hatespeech.

But when white Americans are either slaughtering or fantasizing out loud about slaughtering POC, the Free Speech Groupies can't toss their panties on stage fast enough.

8 comments:

  1. ...Dont remind me of this migrane..arghhh!!!

    Really though just like you said..nothing but words of danger coming from their mouth..dreaming of the return of slavery, the holocaust,the trail of tears..oh how they dream of this coming back.

    I thought that Rand Paul and Chris Christie was going to physically duke it out on stage.I may not agree with either of them,but I liked how Chris made him look like a fool and told Rand to have a seat when discussing him hugging and thanking Prez.Obama during Hurricane Sandy.Chris was the better man for doing that.

    I dont even know why Dr.Carson was at the convention.He was just " there". His screwed up speech didnt resonate me whatsoever,It was like he was speaking another language that I couldnt understand.

    I was looking for them to discuss about the police brutality issue.Honestly ,it was wishful thinking ..you know,they cant get too involved with minority affairs as they have to please their racist voters.

    And the Donald?Im not going to underestimate him having a shot being in theWhitehouse,but if he does run it,this country will be in trouble more ways than one. Im just praying for the best man/woma. being in there and it shouldnt be him.

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  2. I couldn’t stomach that nauseating charade, so I flipped between MSNBC and CNN to get highlights of the debate (albeit through a liberal filter). I was more amused by the discourse at the kiddie’s table where Faux News moderators all but signed off on its second tier in the most unflattering way possible. Loved Rachel Maddow’s take on the fiasco.

    Still nothing white people express troubles me anymore so it’s easy to filter the hypocrisy out. I don’t expect a cat to “bark.” I don’t expect a fish to suddenly walk upon dry land and neither do I expect racist/sexist politicians to abandon their core values for anything remotely reasonable. Herman Cain did offer a tweet during the debate, but he has to be careful, because too much exposure would certainly draw the attention of Gloria Allred.

    “And the Donald? I’m not going to underestimate him having a shot being in the Whitehouse, but if he does run it, this country will be in trouble more ways than one. I’m just praying for the best man/woman. being in there and it shouldn’t be him.”

    What does it say about Trump when he can take the entire Republican party to task by exposing their hypocrisy? Only a person who's independently wealthy can do that. These candidates have spent millions: millions of dollars crafting themselves as world leaders. Nonpartisan, and unaffiliated: exponents of integrity, while they themselves are beholden to two corrupt men? JFK’s Catholicism perturbed many Americans when so many isms competed for dominance. The same apprehension applies to the Koch brothers with their immeasurable wealth, pulling at the strings of potential candidates: underwriting the narrative of such candidates as Scott Walker, Jebediah Bush and Paul Rand.

    Trump is the fly in the pudding so to speak. You either find a way to get rid of him, (diminish him in some crucial way) or you may have to discard the whole bowl. You can’t pay him off, because he’s independently wealthy so what do you do? Hence, Trump is the gift that keeps on giving for the democratic left. Rich enough to snub allegiance to the fascist republican party, while arrogant enough not to care. He has turned the process on its head, exposing the actors for the suck-ups they are.

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  3. Trump is the fly in the pudding so to speak. you either get rid of him, (diminish him in some way) or you may have to discard the whole bowl. You can’t pay him off, because he’s independently wealthy so what do you do?

    Case in Point:
    Trump dumped from conservative event in Atlanta over 'inappropriate' comments:

    "While I have tried to give him great latitude, his remark about Megyn Kelly was a bridge too far," Erickson said, adding he had invited Kelly, one of Fox's highest profile anchors, to attend his conference in Trump's place.”

    This is the corner Trump has painted the Republican leadership into. In short, unless he plays nice, he won’t be allowed to play in anymore of their reindeer games. Frankly, I don’t think he wants to be President at all. Yet, by running as a Republican he paints all Repubs in a bad light: every last one of them. This man intends to spoil the Republican’s party by using their own hypocrisy, tactics and contradictions against them. What Mr. Trump is really saying is… Give me what I want and I’ll go away.

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  4. I dont know what to say for the GOP. These are pure evil and Im not saying that lightly..their agendas for their beloved country...is sickening...they had debates just taking abour annihalating people and to further destroy the will of them. They all sound like Hilter behind their words.

    Ill give Donald some credit.He knows how to entertain folks and is honest but thats it.Actually,hes dangerous.He just think that he doesnt have to listen to anybody and talk to people like dogs.Just imagine if he was actually our president talking to our adversaries like that?

    I was reading a post off another blog and I thought about what she said about todays GOP and how of Republicans of the past were to run for office they would not win.Though they were bad news in the past,they were more cordial than now. You cant talk nice anymore. You have to speak rabid evil to have a chance and thats bad but if there is anything good that I would say about is that you to see the real atitudes of the candidates.

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  5. "You cant talk nice anymore. You have to speak rabid evil to have a chance and thats bad but if there is anything good that I would say about is that you to see the real atitudes of the candidates."

    Bingo! It took a Trump to do that, much like the enchanted staff of Gandalf the White.
    I will draw you, Saruman, as poison is drawn from a wound.

    That's what Trump did with his shenanigans, he drew the vitriol out and exposed it for what it was.

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  6. Does anyone know where I can watch the second part online??? I've been trying to witness the whole train-wreck and I can't seem to find it.

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    1. "Does anyone know where I can watch the second part online??? I've been trying to witness the whole train-wreck and I can't seem to find it."

      Is this it?
      FULL replay of Fox News' prime-time presidential debate

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