Where is the Klown? Open Thread


That last thread was getting FULL! So here’s a fresh new one.

My favorite new pastime is to add #Dem to everything on Twitter. What’s yours?

You’ll love this one!

Retweet as you see fit. Have fun out there girls. I’m drinking with friends tonight. See ya soon, Klown!

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20 Responses to Where is the Klown? Open Thread

  1. Woke Lola says:

  2. Woke Lola says:

    Do NOT fuck with me these days Democrats. I’ve got a short fuse, a hilarious sense of quippy revenge, and I am not holding my fire anymore!

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I have my post ready but I don’t want to step on yours so I’ll put it up later.

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:


  6. Dora says:

  7. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Bruce Thornton:

    This danger of weakening morale and civic identity is the main problem with American anti-Americanism, a potential danger evident in the disasters wrought by England’s and France’s collapse of morale and failure of nerve in the Thirties. No people can survive without the bedrock conviction of a critical mass of citizens that they deserve to survive because their way of life is superior to others–– not because they are superior people, but because the political principles of their government like unalienable rights, personal freedoms of speech, religion, and association, political freedom, and the right to choose their political leaders and hold them accountable, are superior to the alternatives and are open to all those who desire to enjoy those goods.

    These principles and our history––with all its betrayals of those principles and convictions––are part of who we are, of what identifies us as Americans. To paraphrase the Greek orator Isocrates, the name “American” denotes not a race or ethnicity or tribe, but a way of thinking and living––as free men and women.

    And those ideals, as well as freedom and economic opportunity, were (and still are) what have brought millions of immigrants to our country. Once here, most were free to honor their home country and its cultures, but there was no question that if they wanted their children to have the opportunities and political freedom of America, they had to assimilate to those principles, and abandon or relegate to civil society those customs and mores that contradicted the American way. They were expected to learn English and American history, including learning about their new country’s heroes and political principles. That was the price for full enjoyment of American freedom and opportunity. If one did not want to pay that price, one could return home, and indeed many did; between 1901 and 1920, half of Italian immigrants from that period returned to Italy.

    Not my grandfather, Antonio Gigantiello. He came to America in 1906, an “illiterate peasant,” according to Ellis Island records. In America he owned a little land and a grocery store in the rural San Joaquin Valley. When his two sons spoke Italian at grammar school, they were scolded and whacked with a ruler. He made his youngest, my mom, speak only English at home so he and my grandmother could learn it, though their English was broken and accented. When my grandmother offered meek praise for Italy, my West Texas father, who left home at 15 and came to California in a boxcar, would say, “If it’s so great, go back.” (Exactly what Californians told him when he praised Texas.) In the Fifties my grandparents took the train to New York and crossed the Atlantic to visit their relatives in Italy. My grandfather cut his stay in half because he was homesick for America. When he got off the train in Fresno, he kissed the ground and thanked God.

    That’s how immigration worked back in the day, before a specious “multiculturalism” and “diversity” turned assimilation into a betrayal of a superior identity and culture that immigrants had abandoned. Now expecting loyalty to America and gratitude for its freedom and opportunities is xenophobic, nativist, and racist. Now it’s all about what America can do for me and my political tribe, rather than what we can do for America. Now some immigrants wave the flag of the dysfunctional country they escaped, and burn the flag of the free, prosperous country they voted for with their feet.

    • swanspirit says:

      I am very sorry, that the Italian language wasn’t passed down from my grandmother, to my mother, to me; but my grandparents from Italy, wanted their children to be American, so they emphasized speaking English, and didn’t encourage the Italian. I have a “good accent”, so I have been told by native Italian friends, and can pretty much correctly sound out Italian words, but I don’t speak it. I should work on that.

  8. Dora says:

    You’re really not surprised now, are you?


    Hillary Clinton Ready to Begin Run Against President Trump in 2020 As Democratic Candidates Falter

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Was going to open thread plonk this early today, just to keep it moving, I’m still LOL….

  10. DeniseVB says:

    I hope this is true.

  11. Dora says:

    Sorry but no uterus, no gold medal.


    Transgender weightlifter wins two gold medals in women’s competition


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