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May 27, 2015

Michael Savage is right and liberalism a mental disease.

Bernie Sanders is now running for president.

First he tied an onion to his belt because that’s what they did back when his ideas sounded fresh and original. Soda pop cost a nickel and you could get a good haircut and a shave for two bits. Back then, the Party stood up for the working man against the syndicates, dadgummit! Listening to clips from his announcement, I could not help but think that Michael Savage is right and liberalism a mental disease. Bernie Sanders is an old man, 73 to be exact. That means he has seen every idea of the American Left tried multiple times, all of which failed exactly as predicted. Yet, he’s still demanding we spend more money on roads and bridges, the poor and the environment.Sanders-nistas | The Z Blog

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Sanders left Brooklyn to go to Vermont because the welfare was better. He then proceeded to screw the City of Burlington into the ground. Once that hole was big enough, he kept digging.

He got into the House because the Republican holding the seat lied and voted for a gun control measure. Who? Peter Smith who lost, moved to Virginia and obscurity.

Otherwise Sanders would still be sitting in Burlington selling Ben & Jerry's.

Posted by: Vermont Woodchuck [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 27, 2015 11:31 AM

They all coming outa the woodwork, eh VW?

Fruits, nuts, elderly, half-breed, liars, crooks, wretched incompetents that wouldn't last until sundown if they had to earn a living.

Makes the likes of Nixon, the Bushs, even JFK look good by comparison. Reagan probably could win posthumously against all these creeps.

Having said that, gird your loins Americans. We will see either a coup in which Obama declares himself "President for Life" (shades of Idi Amin except Obama doesn't have to kill men to eat them) either him — or Hillary.

The Republicans will put up one of thirty candidates (hmm, divide and conquer like Alinsky suggested) and fight the good fight, win academically, provide feel-good choices to placate those of us who are still mesmerized by the Holy Electoral Process ... and lose when the votes are counted the Chicago way.

Remember the last two presidential elections where 110% of the voters chose that half breed faggot of dubious provenance on the throne and toadying grifters running the place.?

You ain't seen nuthin yet. Short of a Deus ex Machina like a nuclear war or ISIS suicide derby or a serious git-down revolt where all the factions get to kill each other until the strongest survive and take control. Note I said "strongest" not best.

If you are a bit lost or uncertain look to Hitler's methods or Iron Joe Stalin's or any of the many coup d'états in Third World tin pot countries.

Hillary will be the puppet and the commies will further run down this country until we hit bottom. That's my prediction and I'm sticking to it.

Posted by: chasmatic [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 27, 2015 1:05 PM

How do you know when the country hits the bottom?
Maybe we each have our own version of what the bottom is.

As far as I'm concerned it's already at the bottom and has been for at least 20 years, about when jethro klintin was elected.

But really, it is the *system* that is flawed, not the body of the people.

"We the people" definitely has it's flaws.

Democracy mandates that a small percentage of "we the people" (winning votists) get to establish rules that ALL of "we the people" (non-winning votists and non-votists) must obey.

How can that plan ever be anything but a downward spiral from the beginning accelerating to a full speed head on crash at the end?

Democracy is nothing but communism with a throttle.

When you ignore the rights of the individual you destroy the very foundation in which democracy was established.

I don't have an assured and ultimate answer and I'm not certain such a thing exists but I do know that there is not one thing this gov't has ever done without first doing massive harm and that alone is reason enough to abolish it. Let it rot on the vine.

Posted by: ghostsniper [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 27, 2015 2:54 PM

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