Helping Trump Win

When people on the left see videos like the ones in this post they get all moist in their nether regions. They think they are winning. In reality, they are helping Trump win.

In 1968 young leftists rioted in the streets of Chicago during the Democratic convention. But they didn’t stop the convention from happening and they didn’t stop Hubert Humphrey from being nominated.

They did, however, help Nixon win the election. Four years later those young leftists helped to nominate George McGovern. Nixon was reelected in a landslide. Nixon had to resign due to Watergate and that gave us Jimmy Carter.

Between 1968 and 1988 the GOP won 4 out of 5 presidential elections.

While leftists are getting moist the rest of the country is getting fed up.

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103 Responses to Helping Trump Win

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    In 2011 Occupy Wall Street was trendy and popular on the left. Virtually all of the protests took place in Democrat cities. The media loved BLM and gave them lots of publicity. That was their undoing. Middle America was disgusted by what they saw.

    The Democrat leadership wisely got those jugheads off the streets and out of sight before the 2012 primaries started. OWS was a non-factor in the 2012 elections.

    Donald Trump should pay BLM to protest at all of his rallies.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    BB’s got some highlight’s of Milo’s event.

    Of course, Milo’s twit feed’s on fire too😀

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  4. driguana says:

    Good post. Hit me on a number of fronts. As a college graduate in 1968, the last president that I ever voted for since Romney, was Hubert. Loved Hubert, a really decent and well-spoken gentleman…lot of good that did. Back then we had a draft lottery. I had #345 so I became a teacher in the Peace Corps, the beginning of my indoctrination into liberalism. Took about two decades to crawl out of that. As a resident of New Mexico for almost 40 years working as a city planner, teacher and broadcaster in beautiful Santa Fe, the one place I always dreaded going to was Albuquerque…an ugly city with a totally un-American point of view. Loved that video of people waving Mexican flags and yelling profanities! That faction of so-called protesters is not going to change, they will continue to be ugly and disruptive. Unfortunately, standing up to them makes them even more violent so all that one can really hope for is that they burn themselves out. But that seems unlikely as long as someone pays them to do this and they are not arrested by the droves.

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  6. elliesmom says:

    This clip from “The Newsroom” is being passed around by my liberal friends as being “anti-Trump”, but I think it’s a campaign ad for him. (Embedding is turned off for the clip so I don’t know what’s going to happen when I hit post.)

  7. leslie says:

    Yesterday was a bad day for Milo in Chicago, and outside the Trump rally.
    It was a better day for Calamity:

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  10. mothy67 says:

    Is Sean King gay?

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    • lyn says:

      Saw an MSNBC headline that Warren is Hillary’s secret weapon against Trump. Tag-teamers are weak.

  14. lyn says:

    Throwing fire is a yuge no-no, but tear gas is our friend.

  15. Dora says:

    She did not comply. How much longer . . . ?

    State Dept. watchdog: Clinton violated email rules

    The inspector general report is the latest headache for Clinton in the scandal over her exclusive use of private email for State business.

  16. votermom says:

    Clean epic fantasy

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    Wow, I am shocked, shocked! Huffington Post actually published this article from someone who was at DePaul last night. Excellent read.

  22. mothy67 says:

    I punched my fan and called it a fucking piece of shit whore. It was dead came to life. I’m sure I’ m sexist or something. Snowed last week 82 today. I can’t sleep In central air

    • dm says:

      I feel you…a couple of days ago it was cold and rainy. Now it’s warm, borderline hot and I’m sweaty…trying to resist turning on the AC, got every fan in the house going.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Heh… Did that to a fan a few months ago. It started slowly but finally got up to speed. Haven’t had a problem with it since.

    • WMCB says:

      The whole point of swearing is to say things that are offensive. If you don’t use any “offensive” words, then it’s not swearing (and thus not satisfying), now is it? 😀

      And BTW, this is what people today often don’t get about human nature. Swearing, being rebellious, being “transgressive”, especially in the young, ALWAYS challenges whatever that society’s primary taboos are – often in the most shocking ways possible. When you make Teh Sexiss Raciss Phobic-iss the primary taboos of a society, guess what kind of talk the rebelllious and transgressive will gravitate to?

      It’s why Milo calls himself “Dangerous Faggot”, and the kids are loving it. It’s thumbing the nose at your “you can’t say that” taboos. Emotionally, it’s substantially no different than a teenager in the 50’s saying “fuck.” Nobody cares anymore if you say “fuck”. They do care if you say “faggot.”

      The transgressive young will always flout whatever a society’s biggest taboos are. Always. Because they WANT to make the squares shriek like prim old ladies. That’s often the whole point. The offense-policing left has not yet woken up to the fact that THEY are now the prim old ladies in the eyes of much of the rebellious young – who’ve been hanging with gays and blacks and women their whole lives, and don’t see any of it as a huge big deal anymore.

      Pendulums swing. No point losing your mind over it.

    • taw46 says:

      Well, he sure stole enough from the taxpayers, so he should be able to afford it. Pity the neighbors, though.

    • DeniseVB says:

      At least he’s planning to leave the WH ! I was worried for awhile since most FLOTUS’ start house hunting middle of the second term or have time for security upgrades on their existing homes.

      I know former prezzies have a nice severance package, but lawdy, that house will have yuge utilities bills. Also they’ll be paying housekeepers, chefs and gardeners out of their own pockets. They better get their Obama Global Initiative Foundation set up pronto!

      • AFVet says:

        According to Rush, Hillary made 21 million in the last two years making speeches.
        Obama is not going away.

      • leslie says:

        Since they seem to have had great difficulty managing their own personal income, I doubt they will be able to mange the grounds, cooking, housekeeping, etc with what they have or have put away. One might surmise, they expect us to continue to pay for their choices once they are out of the WH.
        I hope they have to file bankruptcy. Yes I do.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Ugly, sterile and overpriced (just who is paying for that monstrosity ??). What a perfect choice. But they really need to be told to just go back home to Chicago. It is going to be a nightmare having him in the city between security and sticking their noses where they do not belong.

      • leslie says:

        Bite Your Tongue, Mt. Laurel. I hope they stay there for the rest of their miserable lives, and stay the heck out of Chicago. We have enough problems here. (And #BLM hasn’t stopped the violence.) Plus. the stats of black death by gunfire and other means, is up OVER 50% from last year. You wouldn’t want him to become a statistic here, would you?

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          The stats in DC are not all that great but I notice they did not find home anywhere near problem areas. Maybe we could send them to Venezuela on a winter getaway on January 21st and then revoke their passports.

      • mcnorman says:

        Where do you think they will put the 27 assistants to Moo? You know she is gonna need help getting dressed.

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    • DandyTIger says:

      I’m shocked. Shocked I tell you. Somehow coincidentally she’ll get a boost in income, just like right after the Palin effort.

    • leslie says:

      Am I alone in this observation? She looks like someone who is not aging gracefully and so is using martinis and wine to enhance her vision of herself?
      (as if I were gorgeous… But I don’t need good looks when I have such a winning personality.)

      • blowme0bama says:

        Yeah, she looks like this female attorney I worked for shortly after I got out of school. Just sour and bitter behind a mask. That wears on you as years go along.

  25. Jadzia says:

    So we have no gas for the cars; the refinery workers are on strike. I don’t know if we’re gonna have power tomorrow; the nuclear plant workers are on strike. Trains and public transit, too.

    Interestingly, despite the disruption of these strikes, which are now going way beyond the minor inconvenience that we’re all accustomed to, the public remains as angry as ever at the government. Indeed, the government has lost about 3 percent of its support for the new employment law since it was introduced. I initially didn’t have much of an opinion about the whole thing (for the selfish reason that as a perpetually screwed over university teacher, my life wasn’t going to change either way), and I was pissed off at our OWS-ish protesters when the faculty got blocked.

    Now, though, I totally support these protests. Not because I really GAF about the new employment law (see above), but because I don’t want to live in a country where the executive branch bypasses the democratically elected legislature for no other reason than it’s not getting its way. I totally get why you might need a mechanism to bypass the legislature: national emergencies, like what would’ve happened if half the legislators had been taken out on November 13 instead of a bunch of metal heads? But that’s the only time you should use that bypass. Not because you don’t have the votes. That’s a much bigger–and scarier–issue than anything related to tweaking working hours and overtime.(*)

    (*)Interestingly, I learned today that it’s not just the unions that hate this new law. The IMF–run by the kind of neoliberals who have no use at all for labor unions–apparently hates it too and the weird thing is that the IMF and the unions seem to hate the law for the same reason (it’ll be very disruptive supposedly and will not have any effect on unemployment). Talk about a black swan event.

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