The ruling class’s FF’s millions sponsor the Black Lives Matter movement and every time BLM organizes a protest, it turns into a race riot—this time in San Diego.
I’d hate to be one of their sign-carrying, bottle-throwing suckers when they try to move their act to the suburbs.
“This election is about whether the Democratic Party, the ruling class’s enforcer, will impose its tastes more strongly and arbitrarily than ever, or whether constituencies opposed to that rule will get some ill-defined chance to strike back.
“Regardless of the election’s outcome, the republic established by America’s Founders is probably gone. But since the Democratic Party’s constituencies differ radically from their opponents’, and since the character of imperial governance depends inherently on the emperor, the election’s result will make a big difference in our lives.”
A good article worth a read.
The Hildabeast would try to rule by emperor fiat, as our Little Barry Hussein has done with his executive orders. I think Trump probably would try not to, at least at first. He’s a deal-maker who can negotiate with Congress as Barry cannot. But he probably would be seduced into executive orders by the intransigence of the Democrat federal bureaucracy.
Not only were you, the so-called moderator of the Trump-Clinton dog and pony show not objective, you showed to all and sundry why the country is in the economic and social muddle it is. The Nobody But Clinton network is just one of the alphabet teevees that invariably sides with the Democrat establishment but it may be the worst.
“This is how great nations slide into totalitarianism,” wrote commenter Jake Haulk in the WSJ. “The cabal of the insiders, wannabes and the establishment. Pravda and TASS shilling for the Kremlin during the Soviet era. Sickening.”
Little Lester of the Ruling Class became the third debater, arguing with the one who dared question the establishment while tossing the lifelong pol Clinton one softball after another, never mentioning her well-known email scandal, the 6 percent Clinton Foundation “charity,” or her obvious health problems the world has seen on video.
“No wonder Americans do not trust the lame stream media,” Haulk concluded.
For all his faults, and a bad habit of taking things personally, Trump is our only chance of hacking through eight years of these weeds. But I figure most voters already know that. G-d help us if they don’t.
UPDATE: Was our Little Lester auditioning to be the Hildabeast’s press secretary?
For one thing, I knew I could get the juicy details off the Web without bothering to waste ninety minutes of my life, much of it listening to Harpy Hillary lie her way through an obfuscating forest of mildewed cliches.
Another reason is that I didn’t expect the so-called moderator—an NBC drone who would only pretend to be objective—to treat Trump fairly and from what I’ve read so far he didn’t. He sucked up to the Harpy at every opportunity and he even out-Candied Candy Crowley contradicting Trump a few times. He became the third debater. He ought to be ashamed. But he already works for NBC.
But primarily I know who I’m voting for and it’s not Queen Cankles—whom it is being said looked drugged up with a vapid Miss America smile and probably was wearing a wire—and her scummy husband The Groper. Nothing she says or, for that matter, whatever Trump says is going to change my mind.
As James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal put it, all Trump had to do was prove himself to be sane. And the polls are already doing it for him. The Hildabeast had to prove herself trustworthy and she couldn’t possibly do that in ninety minutes. Especially not when decades as a lying, crooked pol and the wife of a lying, crooked pol have proven otherwise to all but her most diehard supporters.
Althouse, who did watch, said: “Overall, I’ll just say that was very unpleasant and I’m glad it’s over. I switched it off without stopping to listen to any of the spin.”
And Mr. B. who watched some of it in between doing his homework: “You were right, it was boring.”
I’ve heard for years that the Clintons and their staffs did much damage to the White House, in particular things that would cause the incoming Bush administration time, trouble and money to repair. But until now I’d never seen any proof. This is from a GAO report in PDF format you can access on your own:
“Incidents such as the removal of [W] keys from computer keyboards; the theft of various items; the leaving of certain voice mail messages, signs, and written messages; and the placing of glue on desk drawers, clearly were done intentionally…
“…about two dozen prank signs, printed materials, stickers, or written messages that were affixed to walls or desks; placed in copiers, desks, and cabinets; or placed on the floor. They said some of these were derogatory and offensive in nature about the president, and sometimes there were multiple copies in certain locations…
“a total of 10 to 11 missing doorknobs, which may have been historic originals; an EOP official, a GSA official, and a Secret Service official said that a presidential seal 12 inches in diameter was stolen; two EOP staff said they observed a total of 9 to 11 missing television remote controls; and two EOP staff said that two cameras were missing. In addition, two EOP officials said that about 20 cellular telephones could not be located in the office suite where they belonged….
“Two EOP staff said that they saw a total of 5 to 6 telephone lines “ripped” (not simply disconnected) or pulled from walls, and another EOP employee said that at least 25 cords were pulled from walls in two rooms….”
Aren’t she and Slick going to have fun if she wins the election? When he’s not groping interns.
Israeli beauty, in face and voice, who died of complications of AIDS in 2000 at age 43. You owe it to yourself to hear her sing Jerusalem of Gold here.