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#1 Aug 5, 2011
You inablity to differentiate government and business has downgraded the US credit rating.
Swamp Fox

Lansing, MI

#2 Jun 4, 2012
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zipp

Glenview Nas, IL

#3 Dec 28, 2012
Rep. Allen West,a Florida Republican,was recently captured on video asserting that there are “78 to 81” Democrats in Congress who are members of the Communist Party. Of course,it’s not unusual for some renegade lawmaker from either side of the aisle to say something outrageous. What made West’s comment —right out of the McCarthyite playbook of the 1950s —so striking was the almost complete lack of condemnation from Republican congressional leaders or other major party figures,including the remaining presidential candidates.

It’s not that the GOP leadership agrees with West;it is that such extreme remarks and views are now taken for granted.

We have been studying Washington politics and Congress for more than 40 years,and never have we seen them this dysfunctional. In our past writings,we have criticized both parties when we believed it was warranted. Today,however,we have no choice but to acknowledge that the core of the problem lies with the Republican Party.

The GOP has become an insurgent outlier in American politics. It is ideologically extreme;scornful of compromise; unmoved by conventional understanding of facts, evidence and science;and dismissive of the legitimacy of its political opposition.

When one party moves this far from the mainstream,it makes it nearly impossible for the political system to deal constructively with the country’s challenges.

“Both sides do it” or “There is plenty of blame to go around” are the traditional refuges for an American news media intent on proving its lack of bias,while political scientists prefer generality and neutrality when discussing partisan polarization. Many self-styled bipartisan groups,in their search for common ground,propose solutions that move both sides to the center,a strategy that is simply untenable when one side is so far out of reach.

It is clear that the center of gravity in the Republican Party has shifted sharply to the right. Its once-legendary moderate and center-right legislators in the House and the Senate —think Bob Michel,Mickey Edwards,John Danforth,Chuck Hagel —are virtually extinct.

The post-McGovern Democratic Party,by contrast,while losing the bulk of its conservative Dixiecrat contingent in the decades after the civil rights revolution,has retained a more diverse base. Since the Clinton presidency,it has hewed to the center-left on issues from welfare reform to fiscal policy. While the Democrats may have moved from their 40-yard line to their 25,the Republicans have gone from their 40 to somewhere behind their goal post
Total Time

Tomah, WI

#4 Jul 6, 2017
zipp wrote:
Rep. Allen West,a Florida Republican,was recently captured on video asserting that there are “78 to 81” Democrats in Congress who are members of the Communist Party. Of course,it’s not unusual for some renegade lawmaker from either side of the aisle to say something outrageous. What made West’s comment —right out of the McCarthyite playbook of the 1950s —so striking was the almost complete lack of condemnation from Republican congressional leaders or other major party figures,including the remaining presidential candidates.

It’s not that the GOP leadership agrees with West;it is that such extreme remarks and views are now taken for granted.

We have been studying Washington politics and Congress for more than 40 years,and never have we seen them this dysfunctional. In our past writings,we have criticized both parties when we believed it was warranted. Today,however,we have no choice but to acknowledge that the core of the problem lies with the Republican Party.

The GOP has become an insurgent outlier in American politics. It is ideologically extreme;scornful of compromise; unmoved by conventional understanding of facts, evidence and science;and dismissive of the legitimacy of its political opposition.

When one party moves this far from the mainstream,it makes it nearly impossible for the political system to deal constructively with the country’s challenges.

“Both sides do it” or “There is plenty of blame to go around” are the traditional refuges for an American news media intent on proving its lack of bias,while political scientists prefer generality and neutrality when discussing partisan polarization. Many self-styled bipartisan groups,in their search for common ground,propose solutions that move both sides to the center,a strategy that is simply untenable when one side is so far out of reach.

It is clear that the center of gravity in the Republican Party has shifted sharply to the right. Its once-legendary moderate and center-right legislators in the House and the Senate —think Bob Michel,Mickey Edwards,John Danforth,Chuck Hagel —are virtually extinct.

The post-McGovern Democratic Party,by contrast,while losing the bulk of its conservative Dixiecrat contingent in the decades after the civil rights revolution,has retained a more diverse base. Since the Clinton presidency,it has hewed to the center-left on issues from welfare reform to fiscal policy. While the Democrats may have moved from their 40-yard line to their 25,the Republicans have gone from their 40 to somewhere behind their goal post
Hey butt pimple how ya doing. Hey puss pimple look who is in office now. Hilly looks like kanker sore.
Total Tuff

Sparta, WI

#6 Jul 7, 2017
zipp wrote:
Rep. Allen West,a Florida Republican,was recently captured on video asserting that there are “78 to 81” Democrats in Congress who are members of the Communist Party. Of course,it’s not unusual for some renegade lawmaker from either side of the aisle to say something outrageous. What made West’s comment —right out of the McCarthyite playbook of the 1950s —so striking was the almost complete lack of condemnation from Republican congressional leaders or other major party figures,including the remaining presidential candidates.

It’s not that the GOP leadership agrees with West;it is that such extreme remarks and views are now taken for granted.

We have been studying Washington politics and Congress for more than 40 years,and never have we seen them this dysfunctional. In our past writings,we have criticized both parties when we believed it was warranted. Today,however,we have no choice but to acknowledge that the core of the problem lies with the Republican Party.

The GOP has become an insurgent outlier in American politics. It is ideologically extreme;scornful of compromise; unmoved by conventional understanding of facts, evidence and science;and dismissive of the legitimacy of its political opposition.

When one party moves this far from the mainstream,it makes it nearly impossible for the political system to deal constructively with the country’s challenges.

“Both sides do it” or “There is plenty of blame to go around” are the traditional refuges for an American news media intent on proving its lack of bias,while political scientists prefer generality and neutrality when discussing partisan polarization. Many self-styled bipartisan groups,in their search for common ground,propose solutions that move both sides to the center,a strategy that is simply untenable when one side is so far out of reach.

It is clear that the center of gravity in the Republican Party has shifted sharply to the right. Its once-legendary moderate and center-right legislators in the House and the Senate —think Bob Michel,Mickey Edwards,John Danforth,Chuck Hagel —are virtually extinct.

The post-McGovern Democratic Party,by contrast,while losing the bulk of its conservative Dixiecrat contingent in the decades after the civil rights revolution,has retained a more diverse base. Since the Clinton presidency,it has hewed to the center-left on issues from welfare reform to fiscal policy. While the Democrats may have moved from their 40-yard line to their 25,the Republicans have gone from their 40 to somewhere behind their goal post
Hilly the crook Gambino got booted down the road.
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#15 Sep 20, 2017
NYT: Mueller's prosecutors told Manafort they expect to indict him
(NYT) Paul J. Manafort was in bed early one morning in July when federal agents bearing a search warrant picked the lock on his front door and raided his Virginia home. They took binders stuffed with documents and copied his computer files, looking for evidence that Mr. Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, set up secret offshore bank accounts. They even photographed the expensive suits in his closet.

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, then followed the house search with a warning: His prosecutors told Mr. Manafort they planned to indict him, said two people close to the investigation.
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#16 Sep 20, 2017
Boom! Trump can't claim he's not under investigation any more.

Mueller Seeks White House Documents Related to Trump’s Actions as President

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDTSEPT. 20, 2017

WASHINGTON — Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, has asked the White House for documents about some of President Trump’s most scrutinized actions since taking office, including the firing of his national security adviser and F.B.I. director, according to White House officials.

Mr. Mueller is also interested in an Oval Office meeting Mr. Trump had with Russian officials in which he said the dismissal of the F.B.I. director had relieved “great pressure” on him.

The document requests provide the most details to date about the breadth of Mr. Mueller’s investigation, and show that several aspects of his inquiry are focused squarely on Mr. Trump’s behavior in the White House.

In recent weeks, Mr. Mueller’s office sent a document to the White House that detailed 13 different areas that investigators want more information about. Since then, administration lawyers have been scouring White House emails and asking officials whether they have other documents or notes that may pertain to Mr. Mueller’s requests.

More: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/20/us/politic...
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#18 Sep 21, 2017
Total Time wrote:
<quoted text> Hey butt pimple how ya doing. Hey puss pimple look who is in office now. Hilly looks like kanker sore.
Repukes love guys with this level of intelligence. Can you say"Dimwit"?
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#19 Sep 21, 2017
Total Tuff wrote:
<quoted text> Hilly the crook Gambino got booted down the road.
More words of wisdom from the morally superior?
Rita

Thorp, WI

#20 Sep 23, 2017
Pray for our fellow Americans in Houston and Florida. True Americans help each other.
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#22 Sep 23, 2017
Getty

BY CHARLES P. PIERCE
SEP 22, 2017artment has lapsed into destructive comedy.

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President Donald Trump’s appointees to jobs at Agriculture Department headquarters include a long-haul truck driver, a country club cabana attendant and the owner of a scented-candle company.
No. Stop. You’re kidding, right?

Christopher O’Hagan, an appointee as a confidential assistant at the Agricultural Marketing Service, which helps producers of food, fiber and specialty crop growers market their goods. O'Hagan graduated in 2016 from the University of Scranton with a major in history and a minor in economics. But his résumé lists only one example of work experience prior to joining the Trump campaign in January 2016 — employment as a cabana attendant at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York, while in school. Similarly, Trump campaign alum Tim Page, a 2016 graduate of Appalachian State University, is now at the Natural Resources Conservation Service, an agency that helps farmers, ranchers and forest managers employ conservation practices. Page's résumé indicates that he owns Cutting Edge LLC, a landscaping service in Connelly Springs, North Carolina.
This is of a piece with Camp Runamuck’s hiring of Iowa birther talk-show host Sam Clovis as the USDA’s chief scientist. Clovis is a favorite of Iowa senator and renowned Twitter surrealist Chuck Grassley. From NPR:

That is not all that is controversial about Clovis. As reported by CNN, he used to run a blog on which he wrote racially charged posts, once related being gay with pedophilia and questioned whether President Barack Obama was born in the United States.
"Normally, who you name to chief scientist at USDA wouldn't be front-page news," says Ricardo Salvador, director of the food and environment program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, adding that Clovis is unqualified. "If he makes decisions on the basis of loyalty to a new president or political ideology," Salvador says, "we're afraid this is just going to be very noxious to responsible, science-based decision-making." In the past, Clovis has shown a willingness to upset a key constituency of USDA: farmers. As a Senate candidate, Clovis questioned the value of federally subsidized crop insurance, which many farmers rely on.
And it doesn’t get any better as you go up the food chain to Sonny Perdue, the former governor of Georgia, whom the president* picked to be Secretary of Agriculture. Perdue, at least, was an actual farmer but, as governor, he championed one of those Let It Rot In The Fields anti-immigration bills with which Southern governors regularly ran the reaper over their own feet. From Fox News via the AP:

This Georgia community of about 1,000 people has become little more than a ghost town since Sept. 1, when federal agents began rounding up illegal immigrants. The sweep has had the unintended effect of underscoring just how vital the illegal immigrants were to the local economy…Since the mid-1990s, Stillmore has grown dependent on the paychecks of Mexican workers who originally came for seasonal farm labor, picking the area's famous Vidalia onions. Many then took year-round jobs at the Crider plant, with a workforce of about 900. Crider President David Purtle said the agents began inspecting the company's employment records in May. They found 700 suspected illegal immigrants, and supervisors handed out letters over the summer ordering them to prove they came to the U.S. legally or be fired. Only about 100 kept their jobs.
I realize that the president* looks at every open field and sees a par-5, but I can’t figure out why he hates farmers so much. Why does this man fear the reaper?
Rita

Fall Creek, WI

#23 Sep 23, 2017
Let us all help the poor and give a donation of at least $ 2000,00 for those illeagals in our home town.
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#24 Sep 23, 2017
Are you talking about the corporations?
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#25 Sep 23, 2017
Takedown of the day.

Huffington Post:

Anderson Cooper played a clip from earlier in the day of Spicer being asked if he had every lied to the American people.

“I’ve not knowingly done anything to do that, no,” Spicer said.

“That answer is so Washington, D.C., it should have its own reflecting pool,” Cooper said.“Just a nice, calm place where you can sit down with your word salad and think about what you’ve done.” The CNN host then went through a list of lies, including claims about illegal voting and lies about the size of the inauguration crowd, along with some of the things Spicer has said to the press since leaving the White House.

“Sean Spicer doesn’t have to lie for a living anymore,” Cooper concluded.“Now he just seems to be doing it recreationally.”

Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/anderson-...

It seem as if lieing is all a Trumper can do.
Rita

Fall Creek, WI

#26 Sep 24, 2017
Thk like a consertard wrote:
Takedown day.

Post:

Andekkkaaammm Cooper played a clip from earlier in Spicer being asked if he had every lied to the American people.

“I’ve nottttmmmdone anything to do that, no,” Spicer said.
pool,” Cooper said.“Just a nice, where you can sit down with your word think about what you’ve done.” The CNN host then went through a lmmfist of lies,,,,,,,,,,voting and lies about the size of the inauguration crowdrrrrddddddcfccccsome of the things Spicer has said to the press since leaving the White House.

“Sean ppppppppphave to lie for a living anymorehhhhkkkkkk.“Now he just seems to be doing it recreationally.”

Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/anderson-...

It is all a Troooooper can do.
Johnny Cake
Think like a conservatard

Eau Claire, WI

#27 Sep 24, 2017
"If a player wants the privilege ...

... of making millions of dollars in the NFL or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect our Great American Flag or Country.”- Donald Fuckin' Trump

What naturally follows from that is ...

If an Idiot wants the privilege of living in our White House, he shouldn’t disrespect it by calling it ‘a dump’.

If a traitor wants the privilege of working in the Oval Office, he shouldn’t disrespect it by using it to convey classified information to our Russian enemies in ‘secret meetings’ behind closed doors.

If an incoherent blowhard wants the privilege of addressing the UN, he shouldn’t disrespect it by threatening to destroy another country, or referring to their leader by a silly nickname.

If a draft-dodger wants the privilege of being the commander-in-chief of our military, he shouldn’t disrespect them by putting them in harm’s way to salve his own ego, or telling them that their sexual orientation makes them unfit to serve.

If an ignorant dumbass wants the privilege of being treated with respect by world leaders, he shouldn’t disrespect them by not even bothering to learn the names of their countries.

If a lazier-than-fuck con-artist wants the privilege of working for his countrymen, he shouldn’t disrespect them by spending his days tweeting, watching TV, and playing golf.

If an obvious racist wants the privilege of being our nation’s leader, he shouldn’t disrespect it by calling a black athlete a “son-of-a-bitch”, or calling white supremacists “fine people”.

If an immature bully wants the privilege of being seen as an adult, he shouldn’t disrespect it by tweeting gifs of hitting Hillary Clinton with a golf ball, or falsely accusing his predecessor of having “tapped his wires”.

If a blatantly stupid ignoramus wants the privilege of being in charge of the government, he shouldn’t disrespect it by not knowing how it works, and not bothering to educate himself.

If a know-nothing jerk-off wants the privilege of holding the highest position in the land, he shouldn’t disrespect it by acting like a low-life thug at home, and a ridiculous buffoon on the world stage.

If a self-serving narcissist wants the privilege of being POTUS, he shouldn’t disrespect the office by lying, lying, and lying again – repeatedly and unabated – to the citizens he has sworn to serve.

If a shit-for-brains moron wants the privilege of being called “the leader of the free world”, he shouldn’t disrespect that title by trying to diminish the freedoms of his own citizens.

If a classless imbecile wants the privilege of enjoying the perks of the presidency, he shouldn’t disrespect that by pocketing profits from the sale of his own POTUS-labelled merchandise, charging the taxpayers for housing his SS entourage while he plays golf at his own resorts, and using donations to his “re-election fund” to pay the fees of lawyers who are desperately trying to keep him out of prison.

When it comes to any suggestion that anyone is being “disrespectful” of our flag or the country it represents, one need look no further than the Idiot-in-Chief who has shat on both every single day of his tenure in office.
KaTee Vineout

Melrose, WI

#28 Sep 24, 2017
Think like a conservatard wrote:
"If a player wants the privilege ...





his tenure in office.
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