Spit Take



John Cole at Buffoon Juice:

As a side note, I am really not prepared for all the intra-party ugliness over the next six months. I feel like I still haven’t recovered from the Obamabot/PUMA wars of 2007-08.

Oh, John, you poor thing! I feel your pain!

Here is some of that intra-party ugliness you are talking about:

So Hillary wins by ten in Ohio (54-44), ekes out a 3% win in Texas (51-48), and the delegate lead doesn’t change one bit, but somehow we are supposed to believe this has radically changed the race. It hasn’t, but such is the narrative of spin.

Meanwhile, Republicans celebrate, and the Clinton campaign has learned that dumpster diving and going negative pays off.

I already hate being a Democrat. The other party is united around a doddering old warmonger who they swore just a few weeks ago they would never vote for, and the Democrats are busy tearing the party apart from the inside out so that we can continue the 28 year old Bush/Clinton dynasty.

*** Update ***

And I forgot the worst thing- I am in the Pennsylvania television markets. I am going to have to suffer through weeks of Clinton commericals lying about Obama.

It must have been a real asshole who wrote that!

And this:

While I have no problem with the generic principle of her staying in the race, we are now approaching the point where it is mathematically impossible for her to win without the super-delegates over-turning the vote of the people. She needs to win Ohio and Texas by large margins. Not win by a point or two, not lose by a point or two, but win 65-35 or better. Not to mention, I am more than a little tired of her people cutting the McCain campaign commercials. but the nagain, you knew it would come to this. You have no one to blame but yourself if you were surprised that all of a sudden, Ohio and Texas don’t matter.

And this:

I have a ton of stuff going on, and I am actually sick of the primaries. Sorry for the lack of posting,, but all I really have to say right now would start to sound like Sullivanesque Hillary Derangement syndrome.

I simply can not believe that with the Republican party completely bereft of ideas, McCain willingly taking on the luggage of the Bush years and the Iraq war, and Team Hillary has decided to make this primary about “experience” and is launching ads that look like they have the RNC seal of approval.

Well played. I really am looking froward to a Clinton free era

And this:

Queue the Hillbots to tell me this is just an anonymous smear against Hillary. The rest of us recognize this for what it is- an increasingly desparate Clinton campaign resorting to what they really understand- strong-arming people to get their way.

Or this:

Following on Tim’s great post from last night, let me explain where I am with the Clintons: I can’t handle hearing about them anymore. I am sick of them. They suck the oxygen out of the room, they and their rabid detractors make everything about them, and despite my best efforts to be fair to Hillary, it just keeps coming back to one central fact:

I can’t take 8 more years of Clinton.

Shall I go on?

Fuck you, John. Did you think there would be no consequences for the shitstorm you helped unleash?

You made your bed, now STFU and go lay in it. Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind.


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Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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113 Responses to Spit Take

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    Am I still bitter?

    Just a tad.

    • Lulu says:

      The Dems got nothing. A Socialist who doesn’t even belong to the Dem Party, a complete failure as a governor who always looks like he just got goosed, and a head damaged Hillary. It is one of the saddest rosters I have ever seen. It is even worse than the town in the 90’s near where I live that had a wino, a porn bookstore owner/operator, and a federal felon ex-con who couldn’t even vote running for mayor. The wino won then died a few months later. Pathetic. Who in their right mind would want to run as a Dem? The party is collectively crazy and they made themselves this way. Fuck them.

      • Dora says:

        What a very sad statement on what was once a great political party. 😦

        • Lulu says:

          It is no longer the party of FDR, Truman, LBJ or Big Dog. Those days are long gone. They have absolutely nothing to unify them. It has been spliced and diced into little interest groups of nutty people. All their candidates can do now is hide or subject themselves to abuse.

          • Dora says:

            I recently saw one of those ‘interviews on the street’ that reporters do and I was shocked at how many young – and not so young – people didn’t know who FDR was. Something is definitely wrong with our educational system!

          • Kathy says:

            Spliced and diced–exactly. That’s it in a nutshell. The Dems have become a mish mash of identity groups who all believe they are more important than the whole.

          • swanspirit says:

            And the Dims are the ones doing the splicing and dicing, and then they blame the Republicans, acting as if they had no idea what happened. And the funny thing, essentially, they don’t. They are the obtuse party.

      • piper says:

        What about the changelings, former republicans morphing into democrats – Chaffee and Webb. Is this the best the democrats can do – old over the hill white people. Definitely not the party which I belonged to for many years.
        Some of these candidates are making Jimmeh Carter look good – just kidding. 👿

        • DeniseVB says:

          I often wonder why Cory Booker isn’t treated more like a rising star in the Dem party? He was a popular Newark Mayor which makes him more experienced than Obama right off the bat.

          I follow Webb on FB and he’s always making sense in his posts, yet the left attacks him and calls him a REPUBLICAN !!! Horrors!!! His supporters seem to be apolitical veterans who remember him from the Reagan years. NN15 didn’t invite him to speak? Or Chaffee? Unless they were and smartly declined like Hillary 🙂

          • leslie says:

            IIRC, some of his actions were choreographed and were documented as such
            (not that it would make much of a difference to the BLM crowd).
            If what Webb says always makes sense, THAT is most likely why the left attacks him. They are about FEELINGS and dependence. That isn’t what Webb presents as his political philosophy. At least not from what I’ve read.
            So no, they (the left/Dems) wouldn’t want to claim him as one of their own.

      • Constance says:

        So who is keeping all of the young blood down and out of the leadership roles in the Democrat party? It is just unnatural and unhealthy to have a bunch of 70ish people running for the Dem nomination. And in complete contrast to the Republican party which has a bunch of vibrant young leaders with various types of experience.

        • Jadzia says:

          I have been saying this to everybody who will listen! That is to say, nobody. : ( I don’t think it’s ageist or anti-Baby Boomer to ask, “Folks, you DO realize that you’re gonna die someday, right?” I look at the Republican Party and I see a bench full of Gen Xers: Sarah Palin, Ted Cruz, Mia Love, Scott Walker, and on and on and on. I look at the Democratic Party to see their up and comers and it’s what: Cory Booker? (who I think had a corruption problem) and Kristin Gillibrand? and THAT’S IT. Regardless of ideology, a party that refuses to cultivate the next generation is a party that is headed to the annals of history. It’s hard to get too upset because I am a classic Gen Xer, completely accustomed to and expecting to get overlooked and screwed in the professional arena… but maybe the Republicans are on to something.

    • swanspirit says:

      Politically, John is a misanthropic misguided whiner. He reveres Obama as if he were a god. And now his god is being relegated to history. I think this is part of what is happening to the dims. A god is a hard act to follow. Anyone with an ounce of sense and a spark of leadership could have handled what happened at that rally.
      O’Malley floundered, Bernie left, and Hillary avoided altogether. That is what we would get from their “leadership” abilities.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Am I still Clinging??
      You Betcha!!!! 😀

      • Constance says:

        I’m still clinging too but the thing TPTB in the Democrat party don’t get is I’m not clinging to Hilliary I’m clinging to a non corrupt party that functions for the majority of United States citizens. Putting Hillary up for nomination now that she has become one with the Obama stench does nothing for me.

  2. Lulu says:

    The giant butt hurt over Trump in the Republican Chamber of Commerce ranks is much about “he is no true conservative”. Most voters aren’t. Most voters are a combo of conservative/lib that kind of evens out to moderate. The NN2015 imbroglio was much the same. Just how “pure” are the candidates. Bernie the socialist apparently isn’t social justice extreme enough and O’Malley made the mistake of looking weak and pandering to a hostile part of a crowd that just got empowered and louder and pleased no one. Trump is all over the place in terms of views which is the same as the public which is bad for “pure” political parties who depend on special interest money groups for funding. Trump is aiming for voters not money groups as he can afford it and doesn’t have to do so.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Speaking of Trump, isn’t it funny that the anti-war-and-baby-killers fringe of the left wingnut fringe didn’t support his “McCain not a hero” comments ? They certainly were spewing that sentiment back in ’08.

  3. Dora says:

    Reaching social security age? Better hide your weapons. 😦

    BREAKING: Obama Looks To Ban Guns For Social Security Recipients


    • leslie says:

      In the words of the illustrious Klown, “I can’t even.”

    • Lulu says:

      That is directed at people who have representative payees. Those people who are usually very elderly (senile) or extremely physically incapacitated or non compos mentis with a legal guardian. I think drug addicts also are mandated to have a payee. Anyway we looked into that for my M-I-L who isn’t completely senile but very physically limited and the SSA said no dice. So SHE can have a shotgun or a Glock. LOL. It is just more Obama shit to hassle people like a 100 year old guy with a hunting gun safe.

    • Constance says:

      WTF?! So Obama wants to single out an age group to deprive of their second amendment rights?

  4. Myiq2xu says:
  5. Myiq2xu says:

    Bringing this up from the last thread:


    “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.


    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.

    • piper says:

      Which side of him – the african drunk or the commie whites.

    • elliesmom says:

      I’ve had similar conversations with parents at teacher conferences, not necessarily of a particular skin color. They say they’re “waiting for the school to do something for their child”. “Your child goes to a school with state-of-the-art facilities, new books, teachers who are well-trained in their fields and who care about your child, the classrooms are well-managed, and 95% of the kids are passing every subject. Your child has been tested for disabilities, and there are none. Your child’s IQ is above average. We can’t unscrew the top of your child’s head and pour in what he/she needs to know to succeed in life. So what are you waiting for? What do you expect us to do to change things for your child?”
      The answer is “Keep waiting, then. Because there is nothing else anybody can do for you. We’ve done it all. The ball is now in your court.”

    • Lulu says:

      One of the things that was very interesting reading the DK threads after the IMBROGIO with Sanders, what’s his name from Maryland and BLM was the Sander’s Socialists trying to point out that Sander’s wants the betterment of everyone through socialist policy but the BLM adherents were having none of it. It was all I, me, us, them, they. They were fixated on the police, criminal/social justice and immune to economic arguments that the economy is the root of much anguish in black communities. The disconnect is startling and inability/refusal to see cause and effect fostered totally by the WH/Soros nexus. No matter how much the Sander’s group argued, placated or backed down it wasn’t enough. When blacks just blindly supported the black guy in 2008 they gave up their political power for a empty suit. Now they are mad about what they did and can’t acknowledge it.

      • leslie says:

        Frankly, Lulu, I don’t think they (BLM ppl) even realize what they did and that blindly supporting the black guy resulted in their loss of power. I think they are mad and really don’t know why. They think it’s about police brutality and racism. If you sat them down and spelled it all out for them, they’d completely deny it and call you the “r-word”. I have had a similar conversation with POC recently and they, knowing I am not the “r-word” just tell me I’m wrong, but can’t tell me how it is that I am wrong.

      • Lulu says:

        Some of them have a clue but won’t talk in public about it. Most don’t do anything but emote their frustration and anger. They sat by while their culture was degraded, their political and moral authority pissed away, and all of their and generations past hard work given to Obama. For nothing. Based upon okey-doke assumptions. I used to feel sorry for some that they had been so HAD. I don’t any longer. They cannot dig out until they acknowledge it. Being stubborn and/or clueless is not going to help them.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Obama panders poorly, he feeds them sh*t sandwiches by telling them he feels their pain over the loss of his fake sons, Tray-tray, Mikey and little Freddie. So who’s fault is it if they eat that up?

      By the way, community organizer has nothing to do with organizing communities and everything to do with agitation. Tapping into anger is very profitable, ask the “handler” of those #blacklivesmatter freaks at NN15. Or Al Sharpton 😉

      • leslie says:

        I want that “like button” back. I LIKE ^this^ comment.

        • Lulu says:

          Me too. It is easier to outrage than think. It isn’t just blacks doing it either.

          • Constance says:

            Well the fact that the BLM people only rage against deaths of black men killed by police or whites shows them as fakes. All some Republican needs to do is stand up and say “yes I care about all USA citizens, I care about all young people killed by murderers of all skin colors.” Quit talking about non citizens, quit talking about only murders by police or white people, which are BS elitist media concerns, and talk to The People, Right now Trump is proving that you don’t even need to be good at public speaking as long as you speak to the concerns of The People and not the elitists. And Trump could very easily be considered an elitists by his wealth and education still he lets his patriotism define him. Although he has the credentials to be one with the elitists he doesn’t seek their company or approval.

  6. Myiq2xu says:
    • piper says:

      The poor widdle feminists who need SO very much from free abortion on demand to pussy pouches to prevent them from manspreading to daddy paying for their women studies degrees and the beat rumbles on. Lifetime dependency on the gubermint. This flies in the face of those who marched in the last century for women rights.
      A recent picture of moi – don’t give a sh****t

    • DeniseVB says:

      Hasn’t stopped me from catcalling the hunky construction workers and firemen of NYC 🙂 Ahhh, payback from my youth.

      • Lulu says:

        I have a fire station three blocks from my house. I drive by it at about 3 MPH and stare as they wash fire trucks and ambulances. When I was young firemen were fat old middle-aged men. So were cops. When did this change?

        • lildoggy4u says:

          When steroids became so plentiful and available.

        • Constance says:

          I think it changed when women began to claim their sexual agency. Once women started openly enjoying their sexual selves without the need for male approval those men who could started showing off more. No one has told “women’s media” and advertising that women have sexual agency but media and ads can be easy to ignore. All they ever seem to do is try to sell women sexual approval rather than enjoyment of their sexuality.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    McCain’s primary challenger 🙂

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Here’s a nice change of pace…..meanwhile over at Camp Walker….crappy journalism craps on him, the Chicks set them straight 😀


    • AFVet says:

      He won’t take the bait.
      He does a good job of keeping a sane direction in the interview.
      They are adamant on trolling for a sound bite they can use against him.
      Nice job Scott,….. you can tell he has been battle tested.

  9. piper says:

    The Earl of Taint snucked into Hillary’s dressing room and took this pic. before he was royally thrown out.

    For the complete or incomplete exposure:

  10. leslie says:

    I saw my little girls yesterday. here is grandbaby #2 at 15 months…

  11. leslie says:

    On my way to the grandbabies I passed two houses on the same block, maybe 4 doors apart. The first one had a “BERNIE 2016“. the second house had a

    I live in a war zone.

  12. leslie says:

    Hey, Hey, Hey, Klown……. here is a review of TayTay’s Sunday in Chicago concert . . . along with some music:

  13. DeniseVB says:

    Crowder ! (and man is he bulking up, hubba)

  14. DeniseVB says:

    This is definitely a spit take …. Salon wants to draft Gore ! (what are Kerry and Biden, chopped liver?)

  15. Myiq2xu says:

    New thread up!

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