Clusterfuck Nation

Pass the popcorn, they are putting the “nut” in “Nutroots Nation” again:

Former Maryland Gov. and Democratic Party presidential candidate Martin O’Malley, along with fellow candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, were shouted off stage at the Netroots Nation conference in Phoenix, Ariz., Saturday. O’Malley’s offense was saying, “Black lives matter, white lives matter, all lives matter.”

O’Malley has now apologized for including “white lives matter, all lives matter” in his statement.

The Black Lives Matter movement on the extreme progressive left does not tolerate inclusion of all lives, or any other lives when it comes to mattering.

Appearing on the Internet based “This Week In Blackness,” or TWiB Nation, host L. Joy Williams excoriated O’Malley for his insensitivity for including “white lives” and “all lives” in his statement. The former governor did not repeat the phrases, he referred to them as “those other two phrases.”

This could have been a “Sista Souljah” moment. It really should have been. But no Democrat would dare to challenge the black activists who are running amok on the Left these days.

Democrats want to whip black people into a frenzy so they will get out and vote for Hillary. They won’t have Obama on the ballot next year so whey are inciting hatred for white America. There is no other explanation for what is taking place.

I don’t think it’s gonna work out the way they plan. I certainly hope not.

This is identity politics in its rawest form. It’s tribalism. If it continues then America may not survive. The land will still be here, and there will still be people living on it, but the dream of e pluribus unum will be dead.

We’ll look more like Iraq and the former Yugoslavia.

Far more likely is the implosion of the Left.

Meanwhile, the Nutroots crowd is proof that white people can’t dance:

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123 Responses to Clusterfuck Nation

  1. Myiq2xu says:
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    • Lulu says:

      From what I could discern, the Net Nuts 2015 was supposed to be about immigration. Get it? Phoenix, Latinos, the illegal alien dude moderator? That was supposed to be the theme or meme or push ( and to counter The Donald since it was conveniently already set up) in 2016. Nobody either sent the memo to BlackLIvesMatter since it wasn’t going to be about them after the big stinks of Ferguson last year and Baltimore this year or they didn’t like that they didn’t have their own venue or panel and it wasn’t going to be about them. Dems are trying to court Latinos this round because the blacks are supposed to be sewn up as a voting block with Bronco elected and almost done with his term. If this is what Dems thought they were investing in 2008 their assumptions are just a pile of crap.

      • elliesmom says:

        The dancing thing and the “white Canadian”. Are they saying white people only dance to white music or something? I think I’m missing a clue.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I wonder if the media will ask Hillary what she thinks about O’Malley apologizing for saying all lives matter ? She has to be careful with that answer. Will she be asked why she didn’t attend ? (She was there in ’07). Of course, this was the group that threw her under the bus to get Obama elected, she owes them nothing, but she can’t afford to lose them either.

        I love that Trump and Sanders are tapping into the anger on both sides, this is what’s supposed to happen early in the primary circus😀

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    • 1539days says:

      And yet I would be the bad guy if I said that husband is gayer than Yiannopoulos, his wife is a whore and his kids will grow up to be strippers and drug addicts.

    • Jeffhas says:

      It would almost be hilarious if children weren’t involved….thank goodness he is so much more special then anyone else who has half a brain /s…. If only he was special enough to see the self-delusion unraveling right before his very eyes.

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  10. DeniseVB says:

    Too funny, the cons take over the #NNpoetry (WMCB made twitchy too😉 )

  11. Myiq2xu says:

    You can only bash Sarah Palin so many times.

    • 1539days says:

      To be fair, the job was her reward from ABC for bashing Palin. Supposedly, Wallace was the media expert who booked the hostile interviews for Sarah. I think her horrible tenure on The View proves Wallace doesn’t know shit about media.

  12. Myiq2xu says:

    Okay, I’m going to bed.

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  14. Dora says:

    OT but my sister-in-law just made my day when she sent me this. She knows I’m a fan.🙂

    The Elvis stamp is being released in August!

  15. DeniseVB says:

    O.M.G. this is N.S.F.W funny ….

  16. piper says:

    Stealing is good = Thank you fellow Wisconite, Marge
    People should be delighted that we have finally purchased the Brooklyn Bridge.

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    The Mad Scientist And The Unwilling Transsexual

    With all the hubbub over ESPN trying to pump up its in-the-crapper ratings by promoting the cause of a confused and pathetic female impersonator, there is another story that I think deserves our attention.

    As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised as a Girl by John Colapinto is the account of the tragic case of David Reimer, whose penis was destroyed in a botched circumcision and whose parents followed the advice of psychologist Dr. John Money, who assigned their son a new gender. Why did he think this would be the best course of action?

    Money was a prominent proponent of the “theory of Gender Neutrality” – that gender identity developed primarily as a result of social learning from early childhood and that it could be changed with the appropriate behavioral interventions.

    Which sort of has “mad scientist” written all over it, doesn’t it? “Laws of nature? Ha! We’ll just ignore nature, do whatever we want, and everything will be just fine.” If some doctor told me that my infant son would be better off as a woman, I would think he was, well, mad. But, this was the 60s, a time when old certainties were being tossed overboard like so much useless ballast.

    Money and the Hopkins team persuaded the baby’s parents that sex reassignment surgery would be in Reimer’s best interest. At the age of 22 months, baby Bruce underwent an orchidectomy, in which his testes were surgically removed. He was reassigned to be raised as female and given the name Brenda. Psychological support for the reassignment and surgery was provided by John Money, who continued to see Reimer annually for about a decade for consultations and to assess the outcome.

    H. P. Lovecraft just e-mailed me and said “that’s effed up.”

    For a number of years afterwards, Money reported how wonderful it all was turning out, and how “Brenda” was oh so happy wearing frilly little dresses and acting just like a little girl. It was widely reported as a huge success.

    But, as it turned out, Dr. Money was, get this, lying about it. Colapinto reveals that “Brenda” never felt like a girl, was bullied at school, was extremely unhappy, and had many developmental problems.

    Of course, he had to lie, in order to maintain his views on gender. Facts must never be allowed to interrupt the narrative.

    When “Brenda” finally learned the truth at age 15, “she” decided to live as a male, changed her name to David, and received testosterone injections to reverse the previous gender reassignment. David eventually married, but his life did not go well for him, and then, sadly, he committed suicide in 2004.

    Colapinto’s book is credited with helping to accelerate the decline in gender reassignment surgeries performed on infants with congenital malformations or penile loss.

  20. piper says:

    I can’t wait to buy one of these purses needed to save me from ‘manspreading.’ I’ll let everyone how well this new pussy pouch works after I drive my automobile on the freeways here.

    “An edgy New York designer has created a truly revolutionary work. Allow me to introduce, the “pussy pouch,” designed to save women from “manspreading” – which is one the greatest threats to gender relations of the 21st century, according “fourth wave” feminists.

    The bags (which retail for between $160.00 and $895.00) have been lapped up by the world’s feminist elite, with Beyoncé and members of Russian feminist protest band, Pussy Riot, posing on Instagram with the accessory.”

  21. piper says:

    Sherriff Clarke, believe it or not is a democrat, said this about our wonderful prez. Jeannine’s show. What kind and how fast will payback occur since Clarke has probably hurt the poor widdle feelings of Prez.- remember Major Garrett.

    “Speaking on Saturday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine” regarding the shooting in Chattanooga, TN, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke (D) said that the United States needs a national strategy to “deal with the home-grown terrorist threat.” He also brought up that President Obama actually “gutted” the Department of Defense 1033 Program, which would have given the local law enforcement the military supplies to aid during a terrorist attack.

    Clarke used Obama’s mistake of “gutting of the 1033 Program as an example of his problems as a president, saying that everything Obama does “just comes up wrong,” and “everything he touches tends to turn to crap.”

  22. piper says:

    Waving good day to everyone here – keep up the good work and comments. Today I’m crossing off items on my to-do lists – laundry, planting rose bushes and yelling at bedding store for twice sending the wrong foundation bases for my new mattress. 🌹🌹

    • Lulu says:

      I think this plan is more along the Pigford or carbon tax market schemes. Lawsuits for damages to extort tax money from cities, states and banks (and investors) or a market to pay for indulgences so to speak. It is just a way to extort wealth or payola after Bronco and ValJar are out of office. It is a classic Chicago payola scheme.

      • Lulu says:

        And of course they would get fees (a cut) cause they set it up. A retirement fund for the White House flunkies.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Yet Blago still sits in jail.

        • leslie says:

          and Rezko is out of prison. Obviously, Blago is in there to keep him away from the press. In wonder if bronco’s stable has threatened Blago’s family.

          • DeniseVB says:

            I thought so too. All the way back when fingers were pointing at Team Obama for the pay for play scheme. I think he was ready to sing like a canary…..then to jail for saying it was his own plan. I think not only was his family threatened, but there’s buckets of money for him waiting upon release. Shouldn’t be too hard to figure out if we had real investigative journalism.

  23. leslie says:

    In my little town (a “sanctuary city”) we have been “offered the opportunity” to be taxed even more in order to subsidize housing for those people who are now here and have no where to live. Frankly, I hope it goes on a referendum so I can voter against it. But even if it does, this place is really a sanctuary city for libs and progs who will say yes to the taking of monies from seniors and young people just starting out so that the illegals don’t have to lift a finger to help themselves.

  24. Lola-at-Large says:

    And today in Irony, Kossacks lecturing Kossacks about hagiography.

    Hagiography of your favored candidate is silly and counter-productive.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Oh I hope they come to Atlanta next month….

      Q: Are you going to be going after Republicans?

      A: We’ll be going after Republicans, sure. But we always go after Republicans. Right now we also have to be going after Democrats.

  25. mothy67 says:

    I find all of the race gender shit really trite. So easy for those of us who follow politics to get caught up in it all and think it actually reflects real life. Most of it is media fabrication. Spending 12 hours in a park watching kids play in 700 degree weather is humbling. These kids have no concept about race. They are a team to watch them all go to the ground in silence when one gets hurt is sublime. Majestic. I wonder if the pup is even aware of race. She is 8 not 2 so I am sure there is some level of awareness but her friends share similar levels of experience and opportunity. Goes to a very small school 17 in her class. Four classes of less than 20. High school will increase the number as the Catholic school only goes to 5th. There is one girl who got caught on tape stealing cell phones. Uber white. Somehow it is everyone elses fault that she stole. My charge has a phone because I want her to deal with her parents. Calls are awkward but she will text. Her mother had a second child that she adores. Did not call Shay for two years. I know on some level it stings but I will not permit her to indulge in pity. A road I’d rather not take. The scenery is dreadful. She has yet to get a B. Straight A’s. She was MVP. Honestly she did not care I was the one skipping. Such a good kid it does not take wealth only thing from my perspective is that you let them know you care

  26. mothy67 says:

    DeBlasio and his ilk want to expand day care i was visiting and was asked to pick up Shay. The place smelled like shit. I do not mean it had an odor. i mean it smelled like shit. Play cages lined up along the wall. I saw this little person that reached up to me through all that filth and trusted me. I never went back to NYC and she never revisited kiddie holocaust. What chance do those kids have? Never thought I had anything in me that could matter to a child boom almost 9 years later and I’m still with her. Fuck off anyone that wants to define it in terms of me being gay and her being a her. Toss off. broken person met a broken person. There was never an agenda. Did I say she was MVP?

  27. Myiq2xu says:

    Don’t mess with Texas:

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    Oh. Em. Jee.

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  30. SHV says:

    Maybe a dumb question but what is the business model for the Oliver Willis genre “bloggers tweeters”? Are they otherwise gainfully employed?

    • Oliver Willis himself is a “research fellow” for Media Matters. He blogged his way into that paying gig. There’s a lot of that going around now, and that’s why you suddenly see those job postings showing up on Memeorandum and why Everytown, a gun control lobbyist group, is at the top of almost all the progressive hashtags advertising jobs.

      The converse of this phenom are the Josh Marshalls and Ezra Kleins, who made the leap from legit journalism gigs to profitable blogs.

  31. leslie says:

    “When we think of evil, we think of something violent or demonic, something filled with hatred and wretchedly hungry to devour the good..
    But what if evil eats a salad at lunch and is polite, speaking rationally with nice table manners?”

    This is just one of the memorable lines of John Kass’ Sunday column r/t the #PP video.

  32. Myiq2xu says:

    How about violent video games? Teen angst? PMS? Gender identity issues? Music lyrics? Domineering mother? Absent father? Structural racism?

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    Typical Democrat.

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    • DeniseVB says:

      That reminds me. Last week when NN15 sent me their schedule, one of their big “events” was “marching” on the local jail and demanding Sheriff Joe be fired. Haven’t seen that highlighted on their feed ? /snort

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  38. Dora says:

    Fume inducing, part II: No tweets from Hillary on Chattanooga terror attack, but she did find time for this…

  39. 1539days says:

    I have a question for those who followed Kos back when Nutroots was Yearly Kos and they “took down” Lieberman. Did Daily Kos ever have any real effect on the political process? Lieberman won anyway, Obama was bought and paid for by European Oligarchs and the Democrats elected in 2006 didn’t halt funding for the War in Iraq.

    • Well, you answered the question yourself in your follow up commentary, at least according to your own point of view. I think your POV is wrong, but that doesn’t mean I support DK or Kossacks, though I did at that time.

      I think you understate the effect of the 2006 elections. Democrats took control of both houses, and while they didn’t stop funding of the war, that did a) pave the way for Obama (or any Democrat who took the primary), and b) set up control for much of his term. Remember, the GOP just took back the Senate in last year’s election.

      That said, DK also had a huge impact on the 2008 election. For the longest time the strongest faction at DK was the Edwards faction. DK was virtually (heh) sewn up for Edwards until he completely unexpectedly backed out just before Super Tuesday. It was a shock, and it left the Edwardians reeling. HRC was suddenly getting a lot of support in an arena that was pretty much hostile to her prior to that event. February was pretty much a duke out between Hillary & Obama suppporters on DK, and then, one month after Super Tuesday, Markos posted this.

      It was a game-changer. That was the beginning of Odiots relentless campaign to paint the Clintons, both of them, as racist. And it worked. The rest is history. Of course, now Markos says this…

      • 1539days says:

        I understand your point of view. I think the Democrats were on message as much in 2006 as Republicans had no message. Of course, Obama was virtually invisible in 2006, having won his Senate race in 2004 and not running for president until 2007.

        I’m still interested in the Edwards collapse. It’s pretty obvious that the Rielle Hunter thing ended his career. the question is how did that get leaked? My suspicion is that the Obama team excels in that tactic given 2004 and other smaller elections.

        I still see Markos as kind of a deluded loser. His candidates may have won, but Obama cost him a lot of readers and there were some long-term trends that cost the GOP the Congress in 2006. Now if Edwards had won the nomination, I’d think Kos had something to do with it.

        • Hunter probably did end his campaign and I have little doubt Team Obama was behind that. It’s directly from his playbook before and after that election. You don’t think those Obamacare votes were the result of Democratic discipline surely… Lol

      • 1539days says:

        By the way, I’m not totally shitting on Democrats. Republicans squandered 1994 victories and 2010 by being disorganized and trying to push GOPE candidates. Even the conservative websites fight each other to some extent.

        • I didn’t think you were, days. And agreed on intrapartisan fighting. It’s the nature of the beast. What’s so interesting about this weekend at Nutroots is that diversity and coalition are the lynchpins of the big tent approach by Dems, and strain in both areas is showing. We’ll see if that strain hold. Sanders fan bois were panicking yesterday, but today he directly addressed the issue and used Sandra Blands name, so they’re back to back slapping and gladhanding BLM folks.

          • 1539days says:

            Blacks have been in the back pocket of Democrats for decades and I think some of the more activist people in that group feel like they’re getting ignored for easier to please constituencies. Gay activists basically said “we have White people money and you won’t get it unless you become pro-marriage.”

            Blacks are still the biggest interest group. Women only break about 55-45 Democrat and are not as monolithic. The while #blacklivesmatter thing is pure PR. It refers to White cops murdering innocent Black citizens, which happens about as much as being struck by lightning. Far more Blacks are killed by other Blacks, but pointing that out is racist.

            Democrats are still powered by tax money and that’s why I love Scott Walker. He stopped the flow of state tax money to state workers whose paychecks were funneled off to unions. Those unions fueled Democratic Party coffers.

  40. DandyTIger says:

    Offered without comment:

  41. DeniseVB says:

    I give up, my computer freezes every time I try to do a new post. I’m blaming it n the new cheapsh*t laptop, I could be wrong…here’s to the other woman, sigh.

  42. Hmmm, Sharyl Attkisson says not so fast on that Trump-McCain imbroglio…

    • 1539days says:

      She’s absolutely right about the misquoting by the jackal media. Trump still said that McCain was a war hero because he was captured and “I like people that weren’t captured.” It was all tone. His tone was dismissive of the idea that McCain could be a war hero due to his capture and he preferred people who aren’t captured, as if they were superior fighters.

      By the way, Trump got FOUR medical deferments from Vietnam and eventually a 4F for his feet.

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    • Lulu says:

      “They are tired of waiting.” They, being blacks, have a black president who only gives “them” lip service and schemes but they are tired of waiting. Someone needs to ask them specifically what it is they are waiting for. Blacks are doing worse economically, educationally, culturally, etcthan at any time in my adulthood (about 40 years) but are mad at everyone. In 2008 I told a state Dem official “be careful what you wish for” when that person was hell bent on a black president. It was assumed that a symbolic black president would sew up the black block vote for ever for Democrats. Now the Dems are trying to switch to pandering to Hispanics to sew up that vote “for ever more”. Much of the BLM ruckus at the NN15 for Bernie was “what are you going to do for us NOW!!! Not in 2017 if elected, not when you have finished pandering to Hispanics, or bellyaching about banks but NOW! Nowhere do they blame Obama. No ire is directed at him for lying, scamming, or doing the okey-doke to get their votes. He is off the hook, scot free of any anger or blame. There is no black candidate for angry blacks (Ben Carson is a surgeon not a community organizer so he doesn’t count) to vote for so they aren’t going to vote in any number this round. The Dems sewed up the black vote but they may not be able to get them to vote this time.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Elon blogs at Buffoon Juice:

        If blacks aren’t satisfied yet, what more do they really think the Democrats can give them? Obama didn’t have to pander to black people because they (wrongly) assumed he would take care of them. IOW – they judged him on the color of his skin. So all they got was some photo ops and symbolism.

        Now they’re pissed, but they don’t blame Obama.

        • John Denney says:

          Hillary wants to earn your vote, too.

          A candidate would earn my vote by clearly expressing their fundamental guiding principles, how they acquired those principles, and examples of how they stood on principle when it would have been advantageous to compromise.

          Of course, their principles would have to align with mine:
          We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these rights are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
          A nation prospers when its people prosper. Individual prosperity requires four cornerstones:
          1) Can do attitude
          2) Diligence
          3) Continuous learning
          4) Trustworthiness
          These apply to all, regardless of age, gender, coloration, or disability.
          The primary purpose of the government (We the People) is to defend each person’s life, liberty, and property. Sometimes this requires personal armament.

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