Toes Go In First Open Thread

Suddenly, the media hates Kanye. They even called him a “Negro.”

And referring to Democrats Gone Wild as a “mob” is verboten.


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152 Responses to Toes Go In First Open Thread

  1. swanspirit says:

    A min isn’t a mob. War is peace freedom is slavery ignorance is strength.
    1984, is the Dimocrats playbook.

  2. Myiq2xu™ says:

  3. swanspirit says:

    A mob isn’t a mob!!!! Damn you autocorrect!

  4. helenk3 says:

    remember when people could have different opinions without being attacked? Kenye is allowed to have a different opinion, this is still America.
    I keep wondering just who is the “uncle tom” today? Is it the black man who dares to think differently or is it the blacks who want to keep them on the democratic party plantation?
    It seems the new normal is all white people are bad, should we go an attack every dem who preaches that?
    the dems really are becoming unhinged. Every day I am glad I walked away in 2006 and wonder why it took me so long to wake up

  5. mothy2017 says:

    Seems the dims are hooked on Rules for Radicals. All in. For being the tech savvy people they are its rather vapid that they abide so stringently to a book that was written before the internet. When the James Woods, and Klowns of the world had at best a tiny voice to rebut. Now every step meant to discourage the opposition is met with often hilarious rebukes. I mean twitchy?

  6. helenk3 says:

    if he wins he will have one hell of job cleaning up moonbeam’s mess

  7. helenk3 says:

    should we be thrilled and overwhelmed? Hollywood is going to get involved in midterm elections

    be still my heart

    • blowme0bama says:

      Nobody watches actors anymore.

      • Cisco says:

        I don’t watch, listen or care about anyone or anything that happens in Hollyweird.
        That’s with few exceptions.
        James Wood and Clint Eastwood being one of the few.

    • Woke Lola says:

      From the article: “The sign stands for a political action committee that supports Democrats running for state posts in Republican-controlled Ohio, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, Texas and Florida – OMG WTF being the first letters of each state.”

      WTF, indeed. That sounds like a political action mob attempting to coerce people from other states via othering and shaming. I hope those states stand strong. We need to beat these henchmen back so vociferously it’ll make the next generation think about thugging for change in America.

  8. helenk3 says:

    first San Francisco now Denver. just wonderful, will the black plague be coming soon to an area near you

    • swanspirit says:

      What in the freaking hell on earth, is wrong with these people? We have laws about picking up doggie poo in bags, but we let people spread filth and disease on our city sidewalks? Have they never heard of cholera? Dysentery?other diseases??? It’s a long list. We don’t even have antibiotics for some of the super bugs out there, but we allow this? What the freaking hell?

      • Woke Lola says:

        I clicked through, and it’s not permissible, but the sentence has been reduced to protect illegal immigrants from criminal status deportation.

        I dunno. We’ve traveled a lot this past year, and nowhere we’ve gone, including Rome, has been as run-down, dirty, and populated with transient homeless people as Denver / Colorado Springs area.

      • Constance says:

        Well in Seattle our cherished homeless population don’t pee or poop. If you even ask where they are washing up or going to the bathroom in the city approved garden shed/tent cities you are an evil Republican Hitler. It also amazes me that the Progressive “caring people” have imaginary reasons and stories why people have to live on the streets. Sure some are mentally ill, some are poor but some are people who like to travel around and live rough and some have homes and families in outlying areas and are in town working construction sites during the week and can save money by camping in the park. But we in Seattle can not deal with any other city problem until every “homeless” person has a house. Now regular citizens have taken to dumping their old stuff by the homeless camps as a ” donation” rather than paying to dump stuff. Seattle is becoming a Progressive hell hole and the citizens are so F’ing dumb they just keep electing Democrats. It’s to the point where Republicans don’t even run anymore.

        • blowme0bama says:

          Homelessness – if you subsidize a thing, you’ll get more of it. Never fails and the lefties refuse to recognize this as they seek to tax the productive to provide housing for the homeless.

  9. helenk3 says:

    i do not know how to just show the video, but it is informative on the left’s mindset and it is ugly

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  10. helenk3 says:

    Outnumbered is on tv now
    I was watching and noticed something. When Jessica Tarlow is talking, she never makes eye contact with the others. she looks all over the place, blinks a lot. weird

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  12. DeniseVB says:

    Darn, I missed the Royal Wedding. Catching up via this hashtag:

  13. lyn says:

    Good thread.

  14. Mothy67 says:

    Love it

  15. helenk3 says:

    This is awesome

  16. lyn says:

    • Cisco says:

      Thanks for the link.
      Great article.
      🖕 The Dem’s.
      We don’t owe them squat.
      They didn’t co-operate with us, we are not obligated to co-operate with them.
      Let’s remember, the Dem’s started this 💩

      • Constance says:

        It would be irresponsible for Trump to not appoint conservatives judges to the 9th. Something like 90% of their fanciful and delightful decisions are reversed on appeal so something needs to change.

  17. DeniseVB says:

    Glimpse of the crowd who did not get inside the Erie, PA rally.

  18. Venus E. Lee says:

    The new “woke” GOP under Trump is awesome

  19. helenk3 says:

    In 1965 New Jersey had no sales tax & no income tax.
    In 1965 sales tax added to “reduce property taxes.”
    In 1977, income tax was added–same reason.
    Now NJ has high income, sales and property taxes.
    Swallowing a third tapeworm does not discipline the first two.
    — Grover Norquist (@GroverNorquist) October 11, 2018

    • Cisco says:

      So the myth of the coat hanger abortion is now a reality thanks to antifa.
      Now when someone dies from this truely dangerous shit they’ll blame Trump.
      Oh wait. They already are.

      • Cisco says:

        ” Those who wish to learn how to perform abortions at home and state that “no previous medical background necessary.” WCGW?
        I know a roofer, I wonder if he’d be interested in a little side job.

      • Constance says:

        Well if someone dies from this foolishness it will only be women so don’t expect Leftists to care. It would be a dramatic exploitable incident on the way to a power grab.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      As the progs have insisted on calling abortion a method of birth control rather than admitting it is invasive procedure with all the inherent risks, I am not surprised they think it is as easy as point and click.

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    (After Kavanaugh confirmed)


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  24. helenk3 says:

    Is this what it is going to be like?

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  29. Dora says:

    Glad he cleared that up.

  30. lyn says:

    Does anyone have any tips on the best way to take a parent who has Alzheimer’s to assisted living? The sibling who is living with our dad and isn’t caring for him isn’t communicating with his sisters, and I guess I’m going to be the one to take Dad in. All my reservations to travel to Montana are set.

    • votermom says:

      no tips, but will pray for you and your dad
      good luck

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I was able to get my mother to move in with me a few years before the really bad problems started and by the time I could no longer care for her she had to go to rehab for ortho.

      Cousins have used some of these methods. The temporary move seems to work the best as with parents with Alzheimer’s their memory resets.

    • elliesmom says:

      See if you can take him over for lunch the day before. Take him for a walk around the place and introduce him to the staff. He probably won’t remember them the next day, but they’ll remember him. When they act like they know him, he might decide he knows them, too, even if he can’t remember them, and that will be calming. My BFF’s mom was in an Alzheimer’s unit. When the BFF went on vacation, I’d drop in and check on her mom. I’d known her for a long time, but not closely. She decided she must know me because I knew her although she couldn’t place me. She’d tell her daughter she had a visitor from church or there was a new person on the staff or make up some other place she knew me from. She was always glad to see me no matter who she thought I was. I was at least a familiar face who knew a lot about her. The big thing to remember is the staff is trained to help a new resident settle in, and they’ll do their best to make your dad comfortable. It might not go perfectly smoothly at first, but they’ll help all of you get through the adjustment.

      • lyn says:

        This is a great suggestion. Dad and Mom went to the facility for the free dinners. A nurse from the facility recently evaluated Dad, and she said he needs assisted living. I can take Dad on Monday to visit and eat lunch and then make it permanent on Tuesday. On Monday we have an appointment with a lawyer whose office is two blocks away from the place. The lawyer wants to see if Dad has capacity for a new POA and a trust.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Thinking of you, good luck with Dad. ❤

        • lateblum says:

          The idea of making it as familiar as possible is effective for most people. And if your father is at a beginning stage of Alzheimers or dementia, these actions can be so helpful and comforting to him. I hope your brother doesn’t interfere with the move and all the work you and your sister have done. 💕

          • lyn says:

            I’m trying to talk with my brother today. My sister wants him to take Dad in, and the message I left dear brother yesterday is that I’m willing to help him do it. (My sister won’t talk to Dad at all, and she has the POAs.) If my brother doesn’t respond today, then I don’t know what I’m going to do. I think I’m going to cancel the attorney’s appointment. My dad finally answered the phone last night, and he’s getting quiet. He struggled with his speech. 😦 I am the sensitive one of the bunch, and this is hard.

          • lateblum says:

            I am so sad for you.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I would add that making sure he has familiar items about is often very important. They cannot remember what day it is but will recognize old pictures or favorite books or magazines or music.

      Not sure who provides what in terms of furniture, but if you do, try and use the smaller pieces from current bedroom.

      And if you can keep the same remote to the television it really helps as they often can handle on auto pilot until their memory gets really bad. If not, cable/phone company may have a regular service person who usually handles new setups with the facility on a regular basis and knows how to talk to the residents and teach them the basics. Comcast did this for a couple relatives both in Pennsylvania and in Maryland. As did Verizon.

    • Ann says:

      If he has Alzheimer’s he isn’t going to assisted living, he’s going to a nursing home that specializes in Alzheimer’s care. If you do not have medical power of attorney (signed over when he had his full facilities), you will probably need to go to court to get guardianship over your dad.

      Best wishes.

      • lyn says:

        My sister has medical POA, and I’m listed as the alternate. She’s done all the paperwork for the facility and the LTC insurance company. The rep said Dad will be in a level-one room.

      • Woke Lola says:

        That depends on the stage. Lots of people go to assisted in earlier stages. As long as they can toilet, bath, and feed themselves, they can be on the assisted side. Hubby says they usually transition to the Alzheimer’s unit in the nursing home around stage 5 or 6.

    • helenk3 says:

      prayers for you and your family. this is not an easy thing to do

    • Constance says:

      I found it wasn’t that bad. Just say you are going to stay over night at a different place. Don’t burden him with all the reasons as he won’t understand them but he will feel that there is something upsetting that he will be doing or should be taking care of. Don’t make him watch the packing up or changing of his old home. I found that my Dad really perked up being around the staff in the home. All the relatives who had been taking care of him were sad and upset at what he had become and he could sense this negative energy. The staff didn’t know him previously and were accepting of him how he was and they came to work with a pleasant attitude. My Dad liked to sit in a chair looking out in to the hall and watch all the busy people walk up and down the hall and they all said Hi to him a hundred times a day.

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  33. helenk3 says:

    these are women who I consider real feminists

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    • DeniseVB says:

      Where is the “Virgin Queen Christine” now? Good grief, hope she didn’t take that million dollar gofundme booty and run. This is not over.

  38. DeniseVB says:

    Yaaaaas !

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  41. lyn says:

    If someone already posted this, #SorryNotSorry.

  42. mothy2017 says:

    Holy shit! Ezra????

    • 1539days says:

      This may be a smart play. The Clinton are toxic to Democrats anyway. If they (say they) believe Broadrick’s story, then they’re freed up to say the Republicans are the hypocrites.

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    • taw46 says:

      It’s what they always do, take his comments out of context, twist them around. I see it all the time when I hear MSNBC. And the sheep believe it, they never watch the actual video to see what was really said. “Hacks” indeed.

  45. Dora says:

    What a beautiful picture.

  46. Dora says:

    I don’t have much hope, but at least someone is trying.

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