The Bubble


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93 Responses to The Bubble

  1. votermom says:

    Cute caffeine thief

    This guy is a member of ace’ s Horde, his blog is at https://cannibalbob.wordpress.com/

  2. Lefties are loosing their shit over this tweet.

    • Wow, they really are losing their shit. One little nitpick…is it really worse than FDR? I mean Great Depression and all…

    • kanaughty says:

      Ahh, if there’s enough outrage, they will just declare it fake news 😉

      • kanaughty says:

        Fake news is the new buzz word so that they can keep their propoganda news going in plain site. Fake news is whatever news they deem they don’t agree with. Fake news is new media who don’t have that bias of corporate media that’s on tv. Fake news is the guerilla journalism. Fake news is actually the real news so this admin wants to shit it down.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Imagine there was a Bubble World the progs can live in, what would they have to protest and riot about? They only exist to be miserable about something 😉

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Meet the guy who gave a lecture to our VP-elect from the Hamilton stage. Such values.

    • Lulu says:

      “The party’s not going to change on those issues, so the people out there are not going to vote for Democrats,” Peterson said to Politico in an interview. “You might get some marginal difference, but we’ve become an urban party.”

      This was THE plan in 2008. That was always their plan. They jettisoned working people for their assemblage of mess including elites, urban hipsters, minorities and government union members. I HEARD them in state Dem meeting being very up front and nasty as hell about it. They don’t lament anything except It DIDN’T work. It blew up in their stupid faces. This moronic plan has been a failure since 2010 and they kept at it until they got Trump. Brazile is one of the faces of it but ALL of them wanted it. Now they are fucked.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’m disappointed the Hillbots haven’t recovered by now with “okay, here’s our next move….rebuild the party, lose Pelosi, Schumer and Warren blather, grab Cory Booker by the ‘nads and tell him to shut up about ❤ 'ing the rioters, they're criminals, not free speech. Sigh, so much work to be done, I'm sad the Dems have no bench. The guy who's challenging Pelosi (HOW DARE HE!) for Minority Leader has probably been burned alive in a cage by now. I thought my stress would end after the election, dear lawd, my work is not done 😛

        • Progressivism is a religion. Hard times make some people doubt their religion, but many more just double down on it.

          • lateblum says:

            Progressivism is a religion.
            Must be why they’re okay with Islam.

          • Propertius says:

            Hard times make some people doubt their religion, but many more just double down on it.

            In other words, they’re “bitter clingers”? 😉

        • elliesmom says:

          They have so few places to build a bench. Most of the Hillary and Bernie supporters I know are in such a state over Trump they’re oblivious to the down ticket destruction to the Democrats since Obama became the head of the party.

          • Their bench is bare and their farm system consists of ultraliberal cities like LA, SF, Chi, NYC. Even worse, the Dem leadership refuses to surrender power so new people can move up.

          • lateblum says:

            I just heard from a former colleague who is so distraught that she is pleading with anyone she knows to begin impeachment proceedings. I said that maybe we ought to wait until he is actually sworn in and see how he does in his new role. She doesn’t see any hope at all. I don’t know if she is aware of down ticket changes, because in truth, there are few, if any, of those changes here in IL.

          • I am sure that the GOP House is eager to impeach a GOP president so the GOP Senate can convict him.

          • lateblum says:

            I am sure the desperate Dems haven’t thought nay of that through. I went out to dinner with a friend last night. She was less effected by the HRC loss than I had anticipated. She also was looking to impeach. But was more pragmatic about it. She was willing to wait until he was sworn in. lol

          • Propertius says:

            I just heard from a former colleague who is so distraught that she is pleading with anyone she knows to begin impeachment proceedings.

            I think impeaching Obama is an excellent idea.

      • 1539days says:

        The plan was actually to explode the population of cities and bankrupt small towns. You notice how auto companies got a bailout and coal got driven nearly out of business? The problem was that the Obama economy was so bad that low cost towns became more attractive than expensive cities.

      • kanaughty says:

        Donna “we don’t need your vote” brazile.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    So I stumbled into the nest of a prog journalist (and his supporters) who lives in Bubble Brooklyn (Park Slope! Snazzy uberElite cribs!) Did I understand his def of Article 1, Sect 9 correctly? I know it was aimed at Trump……

    • votermom says:

      Which is why Obama should have declined the Nobel Peace Prize

      • lateblum says:

        That is only ONE reason he should have declined. The biggest reason is that He. Didn’t.
        Deserve. It.

    • Lulu says:

      Hipster journos should not wander into minutiae of the constitution. Did David Gura talk to Jonathan Turley or just his friends at brunch this morning. Maybe Obama should be worried about Art 1 Sec 9 “No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from time to time.” in the billions he sent to Iran. They seem to be more concerned with what Trump might do instead of what Obama HAS done.Just saying.

    • taw46 says:

      I think the part he refers to deals with Congress restricting gifts from foreign governments to anyone who represents U.S. government. Means Michelle can’t accept a million dollar necklace from Saudi Arabia. So, I don’t know what he is trying to twist that into re Trump.

      But like Lulu said, I don’t began to think I can interpret the Constitution. Not surprised these idiots think they can. And please, please figure out a way to get Lulu’s statement into 140 characters, lol.

  6. mothy67 says:

    So much made of white non college educated males supporting Trump. Some sort of shame tactic. I wonder what the stats are on minorities that voted for Donald.

  7. elliesmom says:

    The one bright ray of sunshine is the left doesn’t understand why they lost, and they don’t seem interested in a good post mortem of the election. Until they figure out why, it’s going to be hard for them to take control again. The latest is they just have to wait until all of the baby boomers die out, and then “better people” will be in charge. There was no more liberal group of people than the boomers when we were young. We marched for civil rights, women’s rights, and against a war. But life has a way of making the young become more pragmatic and conservative as they age. The millennials will eventually have mortgages, arthritic knees, and aging parents to care for, too. They’ll get tired of the social justice warrior gig, and their grandchildren will be waiting for them to die, too.

  8. This just keeps getting better and better:

    In his remarks to [Organizing for America] activists, Mr. Obama urged them to stop moping and to ratchet up their opposition to Mr. Trump by Thanksgiving. He promised to join their cause soon after, telling them: “You’re going to see me early next year, and we’re going to be in a position where we can start cooking up all kinds of great stuff to do.”

    He has echoed that message in private conversations, making it clear that he may not completely pattern himself after George W. Bush, who almost never criticized his successor.

    One friend of Mr. Obama’s, who requested anonymity to discuss private discussions with the president, said the election results seemed to have made him more willing to remain part of the political debate.

    “Everyone he talks to walks away with this impression,” the friend said.

  9. mothy67 says:

    Brett is doing some sort of Trump bio. Interesting.

  10. mothy67 says:

    Ugh. Why is it giving a press conference from Lima.

    • I hope Nasty Nancy hangs around for 10 more years.

    • lorac says:

      If he had said ‘senate’ instead of ‘congress’, he could have been talking about 2008. Oh, wait, it wasn’t sexism then, it was all racism.

      Oh, wait, a white man beats a white woman, and they’re calling that racist, too… so they need the Pelosi thing to throw in *some* sexism claims…

    • lateblum says:

      “What has she accomplished?” is a question asked today on one of the news programs. It seems Ms Pelosi raised $500M during the last 8 years. (per whoever they were interviewing. I wasn’t paying attention to the program or the people on it.
      Sorry for being such a slug.

    • swanspirit says:

      She is right, but that is all they have. They have no substantive ideas, arguments or solutions. They have catch phrases, ridicule and condescension. They have no viable solutions or anything that resembles everyday workable results.

    • lateblum says:

      THIS I actually watched. It was a thing of beauty. Juan simply sat there like the simpleton he has become. She was brutally honest. She didn’t bat an eye nor break a sweat. She was eloquent in her comments. And completely on target.
      It was said today that she maybe on Trump’s list for Press Secretary. That would be my choice. She is one of my favorite conservatives.

    • kanaughty says:

      Wow, great job laura! Also these same people didn’t seem to care about obama’s best friends like his preacher, flegher, ayres-an actual terrorist-, holder, jarrett, lynch, emanuals, gruber, etc. people who i thought were radicals because of who they havebties too or actual acts of terror.

  11. votermom says:

    They showed the Hamilton cast reading the letter – first time I heard it (I had read it in the tweet).
    The actor definitely used a hectoring, lecturing tone.

    Mike Pence is a saint. Way too nice.

    • lateblum says:

      What I did not know until today is that the actor directed the audience to “take out your phones” in order to tape the entire incident and then to widely share the videos. This was a real ambush. with unwitting witnesses to it and then encouraged to share the evidence of said ambush. I am even more disturbed by it as I learn more about it.

    • Underwhelmed says:

      Heaping coals of fire!

    • Lulu says:

      He hasn’t been inaugurated yet, it takes time to wind up business (as this ass would find out if he simply asked someone who had done something besides write propaganda) and Trump should not disrespect his investors or partners in India in winding up their partnership. I’m pretty sure at this same time period in 2008 Obama was getting his marching orders and lining up his bribes and taking a vacation. The NYT is silly. I don’t even look at their main page anymore it so trivial and pouty.

    • ecoast says:

      This is a nothing burger.
      Economic Times from India
      The discussion revolved around Indian economy and Modi. Trump’s family, including daughter Ivanka and sons Eric and Donald Trump Jr, was also present. Mehta is managing partner of Tribeca Developers, Trump’s Indian representative responsible for supporting the brand in the country.

      Trump currently has five luxury project in India including a Trump Tower….
      These are not equity joint ventures. Trump has lent his name to the projects in return for
      payment.

      http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/donald-trump-meets-indian-partners-hails-pm-modis-work/articleshow/55465060.cms

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