Thursday, October 20, 2016

Trumps ignorance and mocking of election something Justice David Souter warned us about 4 years ago.

What an arrogant ass**le.

It's actually funny to see the tea party low information-hard core-conservatives base fall all over themselves to support a snarky arrogant big talking East Coast New Yorker. Think about it.

Keeping Americans in suspense over "will he or won't he" accept the election results is the most juvenile dumb anti-American comment by this narcissistic sociopath:

I think Michelle Obama got it right.................

This is so where Republicans are today, mocking the representative democracy they claim they want to defend with a revolution and guns. To top it all off, Trump even felt like getting a little press with this sarcastic "joke:"

Of course putting Breitbart's Steve Bannon and Citizens United David Bossie in charge was scary enough, but Info Wars' Alex Jones? Here's Clinton's campaign ad:

Rachel Maddow came across this amazing clip of former Justice David Souter warning us that a guy like Trump was his biggest worry. Unsettling and incredibly accurate:

Madonna's Offer may win Clinton a few men's votes....

Well, now will you vote for Clinton? The Hill:
Madonna is pledging to perform oral sex on voters who cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton Tuesday while opening for comedian Amy Schumer in New York.
“If you vote for Hillary Clinton. I will give you a blow job. And I’m good ... I’m not a tool. I take my time. I have a lot of eye contact. Yea, and I do swallow.”
Has Trump taken the shock out of this election season....?

St. Norbert College Poll: Clinton 47%, Trump 39%, Feingold 52%, Johnson 40%.

The Wisconsin Survey/St. Norbert College Poll, Oct. 13-16 2016, came and went oddly with almost no coverage. What's that all about? Did the great looking numbers for Clinton and Feingold throw cold water on the fabricated media "horse race" spin?

Here are the secret results no one wants you see apparently:
1. If the presidential election were held today, for whom would you vote: Republican 
Hillary Clinton........................................47%Donald Trump......................................39%  

2. Donald Trump Voters Totally Committed 66%, Somewhat 27%, Might Change Your Mind 7%. 

3. Hillary Clinton Voters Totally Committed 72%, Somewhat 24%, Might Change Your Mind 4%.

4. Regardless of how you intend to vote, which candidate, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, has a better temperament to be president? Hillary Clinton 63%, Donald Trump 26%

5. Which candidate, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, do you think cares more about people like you? 
Hillary Clinton 49%.Donald Trump 35%, 

6. In the race for the Wisconsin Senate seat, if the election were held today, for whom would you vote?: Democrat Russ Feingold 52%, Republican Ron Johnson 40%.
Digging deeper, here are a few important charts:

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Voter ID = Rigged Elections/GOP Wins?

It's almost like Republicans get to keep old talking points by simply adding to them with new ones. Just saying....

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Movie Wars brewing..."Michael Moore in Trumpland" vs "Hillary's America"

Thanks to Citizens United, political movies are now fair game at election time:
“Michael Moore in Trumpland:" "See the film Ohio Republicans tried to shut down,” reads a description of the film on the IFC Center’s website. "Oscar-winner Michael Moore dives right into hostile territory with his daring and hilarious one-man show, deep in the heart of TrumpLand in the weeks before the 2016 election.” Moore tweeted a tease to “finishing touches on an ‘October Surprise’ for this election.” Earlier this month, he compared Trump to a "human Molotov cocktail" voters can throw into a political system that has left them behind.
The rank smell heading your way is described below:
Hillary's America: Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza reveals the sordid truth about Hillary and the secret history of the Democratic Party. This eye-opening film sheds light on the Democrats’ transition from pro-slavery to pro-enslavement; how Hillary Clinton’s political mentor was, literally, a cold-blooded gangster; and how the Clintons and other Democrats see foreign policy not in terms of national interest, but in terms of personal profit. Hillary’s America uncovers how their plan is to simply steal America.
Just in time for Halloween, be afraid with this short clip:

Republicans say Conservative Activist Judges are better than Liberal Activist Judges.

Republican have no shame. Let's take a look at their hypocritical stand on judicial activism and the disturbing silence by the media and Democrats .

First, didn’t we have impartial judges once upon a time? Second, why are we supposed to assume conservative activist judges are better than liberal activist judges?

The Republican point is, once you accept the idea that everyone is a strict partisan, activism is no longer a problem. 

That's when you get what Sen. John McCain puked out of his face hole the other day:
McCain pledged that Senate Republicans would unite against any Supreme Court nominee that a hypothetical President Clinton would try to get confirmed. "I promise you that we will, we will be united against any Supreme Court nominee that Hillary Clinton — if she were president — would put up. This is why we need the majority." 
Yea, if only Republicans had a one party system where they could ignore everyone else and politically poison everything, including the judicial branch. That would bring us back to where the founding fathers hoped we'd be as a nation. Imagine if there were two or three justices openings?

In an LA Times opinion "GOP obstructionism gone haywire: No new Supreme Court justices until the next Republican president?" they offered this:
" also could backfire by giving the next president an even freer hand in shaping the Supreme Court. Some might call that poetic justice."
Even scarier, the idea that a complete narcissist sociopath would be praised for his own choices for the court…oh, never mind:
Trump has earned praise from some conservatives for floating roughly 20 names, including Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), as potential Supreme Court nominees should he win the White House. 
Yup, Sen. Mike Lee. Why? Holy crap, look at his credentials:

1. He wants to do away with the 14th and 17th Amendment.

3. Federal Disaster Relief and FEMA should be deemed unconstitutional.

4. Social Security should be unconstitutional.

5. The Violence Against Women Act is also unconstitutional. 

6. Medicare and Medicaid are unconstitutional.

10. Sen. Lee had a minister claim Obama needed to put down his Koran and “come up with his hands out” in surrender to them.

Walker's partisan train failure haunting taxpayers today!

"Stand with Walker" troglodytes worked themselves into a fevered frenzy opposing high speed rail plans linking Chicago to Milwaukee to Madison and then Minneapolis.

Scott Walker turned Republicans against the idea by deceptively blaming the $7.5 million a year maintenance costs taxpayers would have to pick up over a 25 years period. That was an lie of course, because federal aid would have covered as much as 90% of that amount, just as it does for the Milwaukee to Chicago Hiawatha train service.  

Now, Wisconsin taxpayers are going to pay for it. Ironically Walker will have to seek out federal funding help, a problem we wouldn't have if Walker had taken the high speed rail deal 6 years ago.

Yesterday: Then Governor-elect Walker told Gov. Jim Doyle to stop all work done setting up the $810 million high speed rail project:  
(The state would lose) $82 million for upgrades to the current Milwaukee-to-Chicago train service that would have been covered as part of the rail funding.
Today, no money saved: The Journal Sentinel story below didn't even mention the high speed rail fiasco, or the projected development along the route:
The project, which depends on securing federal funding in addition to state and private matching funds, would cost approximately $150 million to $200 million. 

After nearly four years of studying and talking about increasing passenger rail service between Chicago and Milwaukee ... public hearings ... where citizens can weigh in on the proposal to boost the number of daily round trips on Amtrak's Hiawatha line from seven to 10new railroad infrastructure, such as main tracks, side tracks and train signals, needed to support the additional trips.

Ridership nearly doubled ... has the largest number of riders of any Amtrak service outside the East and West coasts, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transporation project website. It is also expected to reduce highway congestion between the two cities.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Trump eliminates Religious Freedom in Green Bay speech to energized deplorables.

Donald Trump's drooling Wisconsin followers were at their worst tonight in Green Bay, which of course, energized the incredible Trump. He couldn't help himself from promising consequences for any company leaving the country..."they won't leave." Magic.

But after the shouts of "jail Hillary," "USA USA," and "Hillary needs to be taken out," Trump promised to bring the country together. Let's call it a nationalist socialist alt-rightwing conservatism, minus the Constitution:
Trump: "Imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together, as One People, under One God, saluting One American Flag!!!"

Trump jumped to the wrong conclusion regarding the following story about a Hillary Clinton email quid pro quo. First Rachel Maddow with the story, followed by Trump's incredibly wrong interpretation. This is a big problem for Republicans, who can't stop themselves from running with purely anecdotal rumors:

No matter how false, it adds to the Trumpian meme that Clinton is crooked and dangerous. And with Trump's unrelenting talk about rigged elections, even in Republican states with voter ID suppression efforts, his followers are serious about an armed revolution and patriotically taking Clinton out:

That reaction isn't unexpected, after Trump declared Hillary Clinton guilty of everything, and would have jailed her if he were president:

The Clinton Campaign jumped at the chance to point out the conspiratorial nature of both Trump and "friend" Alex Jones. Great ad:

Paul Ryan's definition of Progressivism sounds a lot like Right Wing Authoritarianism.

Paul Ryan is a master of con man and wonkish defender against the "dark" progressive ugliness ravaging our country and destroying our rugged individualism. And why wouldn't we believe him...

In what I would call unrelenting projection, Ryan presented an over the top mischaracterization of liberal progressivism; a dystopian one party hell under Hillary Clinton.  It's revealing that the only way to sell their failed free market agenda is to juxtapose it to a Mordor-like liberal hell-scape.
Ryan: "I know this election has taken a dark, some very dark turns ... In the America they want … government is taken away from the people, and we are ruled by our betters, by a cold and unfeeling bureaucracy that replaces original thinking. It is a place where the government twists the law — and the Constitution itself — to suit its purposes. A place where liberty is always under assault, where passion — the very stuff of life — is extinguished. That is the America Hillary Clinton wants. If given control of Washington — if given control of Congress — it is the kind of America she will stop at nothing to have."
Wait a minute, was Ryan describing Scott Walker's Wisconsin:
1. Hundreds of thousands of protesters had their voice "taken away" from Walker's government.

2. Walker's "cold and unfeeling bureaucracy" passed nationalized ALEC-like one size fits all legislation that usurped local control.

3. Walker "twists the law" on campaign coordination, ended John Doe investigation of politicians, ended nonpartisan election oversight, eliminated judicial recusals, tried to take control of  the Department of Public Instruction, politicized the AG's office to challenge federal regulations etc..

4. And "passion?" Republicans look down on passion as "emotional." It must be extinguished. 
Here's the slightly shortened Ryan speech describing a fictionalized liberal progressivism I'm totally unfamiliar with. My god, they can't even get that right:

It's fun to be lectured by an arrogant, paternalistic, right wing authoritarian socialist demagogue who's never looked in a mirror. I mean seriously, what American would "give up our ties of responsibility to one another" to government? Who thinks like this? 
“[America is] a place where liberty is always under assault. That is the America Hillary Clinton wants. Liberal progressivism … demands conformity and sameness. It traps people. The left intends to make it a reality. An arrogant, condescending and paternalistic reality. You see when Hillary Clinton says we are ‘stronger together,’ what she means is we are stronger if we are all subject to the state. What she means is we are stronger if we give up our ties of responsibility to one another and hand all of that over to government. A gloom and grayness to things … (Clinton) will stop at nothing to have.” 
Ironically, Ryan's questions were hand picked by his aides, real small government-like.

There was one unsettling preoccupation: The cult like belief in conservatism borders on religious zealotry, where "victimized" Madison students in the video below feel the need to proselytize wayward progressive students. Three insecure young Republicans had to ask Ryan how to "spread their message on campuses," like their own personal identities depended on it:

Like Ryan, Trump just piles on what is in reality, a pretty steady job filled economic recovery:
Alternet: Paul Krugman writes “(Donald Trump’s) his vision of America — clearly derived largely from white supremacist and neo-Nazi sources — crime is running wild, inner cities are war zones, and hordes of violent immigrants are pouring across our open border. In reality, murder is at a historic low, we’re seeing a major urban revival and net immigration from Mexico is negative. But I’m only saying that because I’m part of the conspiracy.  A recent Gallop poll that found "80 percent of Americans are satisfied with their standard of living, up from 73 percent in 2008, and that 55 percent consider themselves to be “thriving,” up from 49 percent in 2008.  Things are not perfect but unemployment is low, incomes are finally rising, and many more people have insurance thanks to Obamacare.”  
And because Trump reminds of a despotic dictator, I thought back on how the "Shock Doctrine" worked best in dictatorial countries controlled by a strong man leader.
THE SHOCK DOCTRINE by Naomi Klein: The narrative begins with University of Chicago economist Milton Friedman and what Klein calls his "free market fundamentalism," which called for privatizing everything, including the public and nonprofit sectors, requiring that the mixed economies prevalent in most countries be quickly and completely superseded, overwhelmed and demolished. In Chile, under Gen. Augusto Pinochet in the 1970s, Friedman and his "Chicago boys" got their first client and began what would come to be called "shock therapy," imposed by international institutions, that made radical privatization a condition of loans and aid … successive instances of shock therapy (took place) n Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Poland, Russia, South Africa and China.
Political Heat's Chris Walker had a few things to say about this as well.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Wacky Sheriff Clarke inciting violent overthrow of U.S. government with Pitchforks and Torches!

Sheriff David Clarke is so popular with conservatives in Milwaukee County that he intentionally games the system by running as a Democrat. It's an amazing scheme that twists the electoral process into a pretzel, and it's all legal-like.  

Clarke's taxpayer supported career is based on a deception that works. Clarke's authoritarian style of control has allowed him to take center stage nationally by all the major conservative media outlets.

Remember when he pushed self defense over relying on slow 911 responses? Now he's decided to incite a government overthrow if we don't do what Republicans want us to do, like electing an authoritarian narcissist like Trump. Sounds like jail time for Clarke.
Title 18 U.S. Code § 2385: Whoever knowingly or willfully advocates, abets, advises, or teaches the duty, necessity, desirability, or propriety of overthrowing or destroying the government of the United States ... Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both, and shall be ineligible for employment by the United States or any department or agency thereof, for the five years next following his conviction.
Time to storm the castle with pitchforks and torches. No, really, he's the county sheriff...for now. JS:

As Sheriff Clarke’s tweet shows, the rigged election rhetoric could also have real consequences should Trump lose the election.
MSNBC featured a few clips of Trumpian losers threatening an armed revolution is they don't get their way, along with John Dean's opinion on right wing authoritarianism:

Think Progress: At a recent rally in Cincinnati, Trump supporters told a reporter for the Boston Globe that they intended to head to local polling stations and watch for illegal immigrants, and that they suspected Hillary Clinton’s campaign was stuffing ballot boxes. They also floated ideas of armed rebellion and assassination.

“If she’s in office, I hope we can start a coup. She should be in prison or shot. That’s how I feel about it,” Dan Bowman, a 50-year-old contractor, told the reporters of Clinton. “We’re going to have a revolution and take them out of office if that’s what it takes. There’s going to be a lot of bloodshed. But that’s what it’s going to take… I would do whatever I can for my country.”
I'm pretty sure this is exactly what the Founding Fathers envisioned.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Trump says Media is sick, and he will Stop It!!!

Don't say you weren't warned:
“The media is indeed sick, and it’s making our country sick, and we’re going to stop it,” he said.

Putin unleashes Russia's own "Trump," ultra-nationalist Vladimir Zhirinnovsky, who warns of Nuclear War under Clinton.

While Trump solicits female volunteers to erroneously accuse Obama of groping them, other forces are at work via Clinton's hacked emails. From Russia with love so to speak. 

Today's news bolsters a recent and completely ignored video by a Putin surrogate who some there call the Russian Trump. Call me conspiratorial, but somethings wrong with this picture. Here's today's most recent clue:
Chicago Tribune: Trump's refusal to accept intelligence briefing on Russia stuns experts: Former senior U.S. national security officials are dismayed at Trump's repeated refusal to accept the judgment of intelligence professionals that Russia stole files from the Democratic National Committee computers in an effort to influence the U.S. election. 

The former officials, who have served presidents in both parties, say they were bewildered when Trump cast doubt on Russia's role after receiving a classified briefing on the subject and again after an unusually blunt statement from U.S. agencies saying they were "confident" that Moscow had orchestrated the attacks. "It defies logic," retired Gen. Michael Hayden, former director of the CIA and the National Security Agency, said.
Trump's not so secret Russian Partner Emerges: After confirming Russian involvement in the hacked DNC and Clinton campaign emails, it's a little unsettling to see Russian Nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky's video below touting a Trump presidency and threatening nuclear war if Clinton is elected.

Reuters: Americans should vote for Donald Trump as president next month or risk being dragged into a nuclear war, according to a Russian ultra-nationalist ally of President Vladimir Putin who likes to compare himself to the U.S. Republican candidate. Vladimir Zhirinovsky, a flamboyant veteran lawmaker known for his fiery rhetoric, told Reuters in an interview that Trump was the only person able to de-escalate dangerous tensions between Moscow and Washington.

By contrast, Trump's Democratic rival Hillary Clinton could spark World War Three, said Zhirinovsky, who received a top state award from Putin after his pro-Kremlin Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) came third in Russia's parliamentary election last month.

Many Russians regard Zhirinovsky as a clownish figure who makes outspoken statements to grab attention but he is also widely viewed as a faithful servant of Kremlin policy, sometimes used to float radical opinions to test public reaction.

"Americans voting for a president on Nov. 8 must realise that they are voting for peace on Planet Earth if they vote for Trump. But if they vote for Hillary it's war. It will be a short movie. There will be Hiroshimas and Nagasakis everywhere."

Zhirinovsky combative style, reminiscent of Trump's, ensures him plenty of television air time and millions of votes in Russian elections, often from the kind of blue-collar workers who are the bedrock of the U.S. Republican candidate's support.
Check out these bizarre and completely coincidental similarities:
Zhirinovsky once proposed blocking off mostly Muslim southern Russia with a barbed wire fence, echoing Trump's call for a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico. In typically chauvinistic remarks, Zhirinovsky said Clinton's gender should also bar her from the presidency. "Most Americans should choose Trump because men have been leading for millions of year. You can't take the risk of having one of the richest, most powerful countries led by a woman president," he said.

Zhirinovsky, who said he met Trump in New York in 2002, revels in his similarities - they are the same age, favour coarse, sometimes misogynistic language and boast about putting their own country first. Zhirinovsky has even said he wants a DNA test to see if he is related to Trump.

Putin has also praised Trump as "very talented", while the Republican candidate has said the Kremlin boss is a better leader than U.S. President Barack Obama.

Matt Taibbi writes Scott Walker is a "lipless sadist..." and more...

Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi had a few interesting observations to make of our now infamous authoritarian state political leaders, in his article "The Fury and Failure of Donald Trump." Taibbi attended the Paul Ryan celebration in Elkhorn Wisconsin. 

Let's start with Scott Walker:
"All 16 of the non-Trump entrants were dunces, religious zealots, wimps or tyrants, all equally out of touch with voters. Scott Walker was a lipless sadist who in centuries past would have worn a leather jerkin and thrown dogs off the castle walls for recreation."
Or this appraisal of Rep. Robin Vos...
"Vos is the Billy Mays of state budget hawks. He's a mean-spirited little ball of energy who leaped onto the stage reminding the crowd that he wanted to eliminate the office of the treasurer to SAVE YOU MONEY! Vos went on to brag about having wiped out tenure for University of Wisconsin professors."
And don't forget the crowd of proud Deplorables:
"When the event was done, as the crowd of other seething Deplorables filed past them, they and a few others remained in their chairs, staring fatalistically at the empty stage.

The scene couldn't have been more poignant. Duped for a generation by a party that kowtowed to the wealthy while offering scraps to voters, then egged on to a doomed rebellion by a third-rate con man who wilted under pressure and was finally incinerated in a fireball of his own stupidity, people like this found themselves, in the end, represented by literally no one."

Friday, October 14, 2016

Walker's Act 10 mistake: Treating School Districts like Private Companies.

Scott Walker's lack of business experience is showing.

And yet, he continues to pretend he's just like a "small business owner." That's what he said when he became governor...
"I just came in trying a small business owner, I saw a problem, saw a solution, I tried to fix it."
"Tried," and as we have all sadly seen, failed.

But Walker's delusional "small business owner" self image is at the heart of Act 10 and the public education system he's slowly destroying.

School Districts not like Businesses: Unlike businesses that can try "new ways to operate," move, or even go-out-of-business, school districts...CAN'T. From the JS article "Act 10 at Five:"
Scott Walker said it’s up to school districts to get creative. Just as private companies do, small school districts need to find new ways to operate efficiently and be attractive, Walker said. 
Treating schools and their districts like "small businesses," has turned school house doors into revolving doors for teachers:
1. Once anchored in communities, teachers are moving from district to district, creating a year-round cycle of vacancies and turnover as fewer people enter the profession.

2. It all may sound familiar to private-sector workers.(Its) undermined some districts’ ability to fend off the poaching of their teachers. Claudia Felske, a 2010 state teacher of the year working in East Troy, thinks the analogy inapt. “We are not an NFL team. We are not corporate America. We still have to answer to the taxpayer. How can we have superstars come in and pay them an extra $20,000 when it has massive effects in the district?”

3. Teacher free agency, the zero-sum contest: Exactly 75% of districts are losing their teachers more often after Act 10 because a competitor offered a better salary or benefits, the survey found. Nearly one-fourth of the teaching staff in Dodgeville, in southwest Wisconsin, departed this summer, mostly to job-hopping.

4. By a 10-point margin, school superintendents see a negative rather than positive effect on teaching quality from “free agency,” retirements and other turnover.

5. Teacher retirements surged when protections on benefits fell: the largest rate of retirements in two decades — some 5,100 teachers in 2011 alone, with most districts seeing an increase. 

6. Two-thirds of districts report trimming or ending post-employment benefits for some or all future retirees.
Get a load of this little deception that keeps Walker's approval rating chugging along:
Gov. Scott Walker highlighted improved third-grade reading scores for one year. Unmentioned: The scores went down two other years. When they did, he pointed to rising fourth-grade scores instead. raises have cut into the size of pay increases for teachers who stay put, many districts report. That makes discrepancies worse and can fuel more desire to move.

Pence confronted by Iowa Trump supporter threatening revolution if Clinton wins; "...we can't have her in."

A number Trump trolls laughed off the crazy supporter threatening war if Trump loses. Remember this post:
If the anti-White globohomo bezosian ruling class and their media shills are so stupid to heft clit lickin’ clinton first across the finish line by resorting to the dirtiest of tricks — outright election fraud — then there will be war. Not the op-ed rhetorical war favored by pansy liberals.
Real war.



Dead bodies.

My advice to the leftoid equalism hate machine and the cowardly traitorous GOPe cucks: think twice about this road you’re going down. It doesn’t end well for you.
Well, it seems the word is out, and an armed revolution will be upon us if our cry baby alt-right tea party losers don't get their way.
YahooNews: Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence advised Ronda, a supporter, against staging a “revolution” in the event that Hillary Clinton is elected president.  

Ronda: “Our lives depend on this election, our kids’ futures depend on this election. If Hillary Clinton gets in, I myself, I’m ready for a revolution because we can’t have her in.”

Pence: “Don’t say that."

Ronda: “No, I’m like Trump ( applause and a few cheers from the crowd). Do I not speak for people here? Am I not saying the truth, guys? Come on.”
Despite the avalanche of restrictive voter ID laws suppressing the vote, Republicans will never deep six one of their favorite mind numbing talking points:
Ronda: “What are we gonna do to safeguard our votes?” 

Pence: “If you are concerned about voter integrity and you haven’t signed up to be a poll watcher, to volunteer at a polling place, to be a part of the integrity of that process, then you need to do it.”
Photo ID is the Trojan horse that set in motion other suppression efforts, like limited early voting times, eliminating same day registration, the convoluted photo ID process, the myriad of excluded photo ID's (like student ID's, military) etc.. 

Scott Walker set the bar highest, when he talked about a his perfect plan to prevent even one fraudulent vote:
Scott Walker: “All it takes is one person whose vote is canceled by someone not voting legally and that’s a problem. I always tell folks who oppose (the ID law) tell me whose vote they want canceled out.”
Of course, you could easily ask Walker about every potential voter who had difficulty getting, or couldn't get their photo ID in time to vote:
Me:  "All it takes is one person whose vote is prevented and canceled out! And that's the problem." 

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Ryan's Authoritarian Vision: "A Unified Republican government is the way to go."

It's always been frustrating to hear Republicans complain about Obama's supposed "power grab" as president. "Emperor" Obama unfortunately has had to fill in for Republican inaction on a host of major problems facing our country. 

This is another classic case of projection and wishful thinking by Republicans who hope someday to install a one party ruling authority over the nation. 

Proof? Paul Ryan has been pushing a national socialist conservative agenda for years. He has now finally come right out and admitted it, stating his intention to force every party to kneel down and pledge allegiance to the ruling Republican authority. CapTimes:
Should Trump lose in a landslide, Ryan and other Republicans will interpret it as a repudiation of his boorishness and not the extreme far-right ideology they share with Trump.

Here’s evidence: Days before Ryan abandoned Trump, the speaker was quoted in the New York Times as disagreeing with Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about divided government. “Divided government is actually the best government,” McConnell told the Times. Ryan said sharing power “breeds dysfunction and prevents major accomplishments": 
“I’m tired of divided government. It doesn’t work very well. We’re just at loggerheads. We’ve gotten some good things done. But the big things — poverty, the debt crisis, the economy, health care — these things are stuck in divided government, and that’s why we think a unified Republican government is the way to go.”

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Ryan part of "Sinister Deal" against unshackled Trump who's sliding fast in WI poll.

Trump unshackled is incredible. Unhinged would be more like. His mindless followers will gladly saunter with him over the cliff because everything they believe is invested in him....
Republican presidential nomineeDonald Trump floated the prospect of a "sinister deal" preventing Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) from coming to his defense.
No one deserves it more than Paul Ryan. He ignored all the warnings and befriended a stark raving narcissistic sociopath.

How does it feel being dragged publically through the sewers by your vindictive GOP presidential candidate, Paul?
Trump: "Wouldn't you think Paul Ryan would call and say, 'good going'? You'd think they'd say, 'Great going, Don. Let's go, let's beat this crook. Let's beat her. We've got to stop her.' No, he doesn't do that. There's a whole deal going on. We're going to figure it out. I always figure things out. There's a whole sinister deal."

And because I don't know when I'll ever use this, a pretty cool idea...

In an interesting twist poll wise....js
Donald Trump has slipped further behind Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin and now trails her by 7 points in the latest survey of likely voters by the Marquette Law School. Clinton leads Trump 44% to 37%. The poll’s timing made it a natural test of the impact of the tape, since about half the voters were interviewed Thursday before the tape surfaced, and about half were interviewed just as the story was breaking or after it was widely reported.

The pattern is dramatic: Clinton trailed Trump in Wisconsin by 1 point on Thursday before the tape broke; she led by 6 on Friday as the story was getting out; and she led by 19 on Saturday and Sunday, after the story had gone viral.

“We have really good evidence that there was in fact a substantial shift,” said Charles Franklin, who conducted the poll.

Anti-White Clinton win dirtiest trick & fraud, "then there will be war."

Here's hoping the U.S. and the world will have dodged a bullet, when Trump loses the election.

We're not out of the woods yet though.

We're now being threatened by the alt-right, or what used to be the Republican Party. There's an alt-right way of thinking and writing that is unmistakable; word salad run-on sentences and comically snarky terms, like "shitlib."

Their scary, foaming-at-the-mouth, rabid hatred for a country "they'll make great again," starts at the ballot box. It's not their bad ideas keeping them out of office, it's voter fraud.

Or maybe it's their odd way of convincing people. Apparently the "Trump effect" set in motion a rage we haven't seen since the Civil War:
right now: Between the laughably unbelievable polls showing Sick Hillary leading Trump, despite the fact that she can barely fill a high school gymnasium while he draws thousands to every rally, and the extreme hubris and arrogance of the cuckservative/shitlib globalist coalition, it’s safe to assume they have one last fail safe trick at the ready to prevent a Trump presidency. My best guess is election fraud

These people are not acting like hopeful candidates with something to lose–they’re acting like smug managerialists who know they already have it in the bag, whatever the American voter decides in November

Radical Alt-Republican Revolt: What these supposed rugged individuals need is an authoritarian dictator? Funny how every one of these "freedom and liberty" loving" constitutionalists, feel only they are entitled to run the country? And of course they're not racist or misogynist... 

If the anti-White globohomo bezosian ruling class and their media shills are so stupid to heft clit lickin’ clinton first across the finish line by resorting to the dirtiest of tricks — outright election fraud — then there will be war.

Not the op-ed rhetorical war favored by pansy liberals.

Real war.



Dead bodies.


My advice to the leftoid equalism hate machine and the cowardly traitorous GOPe cucks: think twice about this road you’re going down. It doesn’t end well for you.
In the comments section, I found a similar comment, from another entitled alt-right loony-toon that must be a laugh riot at a family get together:
Sigma K: I have told family and friends that if they vote for thecunt (whether it wins or not) I will no longer make myself available to them in anyway except to go to there funerals and have a long piss in the casket.

I have some idiots in the family that voted gay mulatto (white guilt…) and every year I pay my health care liberty tax I berate them and shame them. I warned them back in 2008 I would give them hell for there poor judgment every time homomuzzie does something to harm my business or my person and I have stuck to my promise.

Judge Peterson on DMV Voter ID Suppression: "Disturbing pattern...state is willing to take minimal effort unless compelled (by) litigation.

Now that we have a totally partisan elections board, few Wisconsinites will take seriously actual problems raised by a few “minority” Democratic members, as long as we have a Republican administration. 

The actual problem was predictable, and pretty simple:
The advocacy group VoteRiders showed Division of Motor Vehicles offices statewide gave inaccurate information to people seeking IDs to vote in November.
That's when the normally rabid Republican preoccupation with electoral integrity disappeared completely.

And that's when a federal judge took immediate action September 30th:
Judge James Peterson ordered the state to “investigate these allegations and provide a report to the court by Oct. 7,” which would include “any corrective action to be taken.”
As expected, Scott Walker’s embarrassing AG lackey Brad Schimel said he didn't see what VoteRiders saw and recorded:
Two Democratic state election commissioners, Mark Thomsen and Ann Jacobs, in a newly released letter to a federal judge, accuse GOP Attorney General Brad Schimel’s Department of Justice, representing the state in the case, of misleading the court in a report submitted Friday. 

In that report, the DOJ said it found no additional problems with how DMVs were handling voter ID in addition to what was previously reported … The DOJ also described state efforts to publicize the petition process as “robust” — which Thomsen and Jacobs dispute in their letter. They note the Elections Commission, the state agency overseeing elections, has gotten no new funding to publicize the petition process.
Federal Judge James Peterson had a few things to say about that at this mornings hearing. Here are a number of reporters tweets during the hearing:
Judge Peterson: "pretty clear" state of WI fell short on obligations for #voterID process at least through September … #voterID training for WI DMV workers was "manifestly inadequate," additional training added recently a "welcome improvement … The WI DMV (was) not communicating to voters what they need to get an ID.

The state is willing to take minimal efforts unless it is compelled to do so because of this litigation. Judge tells #WI DOJ "disturbing pattern here, state only responds to litigation when the problems were entirely predictable" … Judge Peterson says he's inclined to keep voter ID law in place, says he's not sure he has authority to knock it down anyway.
BONUS: Who Would Have Guessed - "Anecdotal Evidence" Voter Fraud is Rampant in NYC: Just for fun, I had to pass on this wonderfully over-the-top, evidence free declaration that NYC is going voter fraud crazy. Not surprisingly, every nonsensical stereotype is listed by a voter ID supporting disgruntled "Democrat." I almost can't remember all the times Republicans said voter ID will help their candidates win...
The conservative nonprofit group Project Veritas has released an undercover video of a Manhattan Democratic representative on the city’s Board of Elections Alan Schulkin ... Footage released Tuesday shows him blasting fraud that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s municipal ID program has cultivated in the city.

“He gave out ID cards, de Blasio. That’s in lieu of a driver’s license, but you can use it for anything. But they didn’t vet people to see who they really are. Anybody can go in there and say, ‘I am Joe Smith, I want an ID card. It’s absurd. There is a lot of fraud. Not just voter fraud, all kinds of fraud … This is why I get more conservative as I get older.”

"Certain neighborhoods in particular” have unregistered voters bused around the city to vote multiple times ... when prompted on minority areas he replied, “Yeah, and Chinese, too. Your vote isn’t really counting, because they can go [into the polling station] with a burqa on and you don’t know if they are a voter. Your vote gets discounted because they come in with a burqa on and they can vote.”

Mr. Schulkin told the Post for its story that he should have said “potential fraud” instead of “fraud,” and that he was “just trying to placate” the Project Veritas employee when they met. “She was like a nuisance,” he told the newspaper.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Trump Media Explosion......

The Trump "chains off" eruption, resulting in a shower of volcanic political debris, is again almost impossible to keep up with.

#1: Paid Sexual Assault Victim: A political action committee founded by a prominent Trump ally, Roger Stone, paid an anti-Clinton sexual assault victim $2,500 to appear with the GOP candidate before the debate this past Sunday, according to the Associated Press.

#2 : Trump Attacks Paul Ryan & GOP Elite: Trump unleashes tweetstorm on Ryan, widening GOP divide: Trump is taking Ryan’s slight personally, and on Monday morning unleashed a string of tweets that indicate he’ll attack Ryan and GOP leaders with the same vigor with which he’s attacking Clinton.

#3: Trump Quotes Russian Spin Leak: Trump Apparently Quotes Russian Propaganda:

Clinton On Benghazi: "The attack was almost certainly preventable," Trump read. "In other words he (Blumenthal) is admitting that they could have done something about Benghazi. This just came out, a little while ago." For Newsweek reporter Kurt Eichenwald, the words Trump read sounded familiar. It turns out they were taken from an article he wrote,

#4: Trump Authoritarian vs "Autocrat" Obama? Maine Gov. Paul LePage said that...: 

...maybe the country needs Trump to show 'authoritarian power,' and dismissing concerns over an audiotape leaked last week that showed Trump describing how he forces himself upon women. LePage said on Maine radio station WVOM; "Sometimes, I wonder that our Constitution is not only broken, but we need a Donald Trump to show some authoritarian power in our country and bring back the rule of law because we've had eight years of a president, he's an autocrat, he just does it on his own, he ignores Congress and every single day, we're slipping every single day into anarchy."

#5: Glass Houses? Trump was accused of destroying email evidence in lawsuit 10 years ago: In 2006, when a judge ordered Donald Trump's casino operation to hand over several years' worth of emails, the answer surprised him: The Trump Organization routinely erased emails and had no records from 1996 to 2001. The defendants in a case that Trump brought said this amounted to destruction of evidence, a charge never resolved.

#6: New polling by for the DCCC shows "Deplorables" are just that:

Still more to come......