Open Thread – Democrats Melting Down Edition

h/t foxyladi14 😉

Party on !

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49 Responses to Open Thread – Democrats Melting Down Edition

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Foxy posted this meme late in the last thread, I just had to steal it for …. gee, the last thread’s getting too long anyhow and I’m still LOL’ing, so WTH, let’s run it. Thank you fox. ❤

  2. swanspirit says:

    It’s hilarious. And it’s true! Thanks Denise!

  3. threewickets says:

    What do the Bush-Windsors, founders of Planned Parenthood, and the Rothschilds think of Amy Coney Barrett? They support her. Social governance is going back to the states. Blue states will be less white and more pro-choice. Red states will be more Utah.

    • DeniseVB says:

      You mean Tony Blair, aka Bush’s Poodle? I’ve kinda latched on to the to the new Princess Sparkle memes…..”Woko Ono and her Ginger Whinger” 😉

      • threewickets says:

        I mean Prescott Bush, founder of Planned Parenthood and CIA, son of Uncle Sam PAV (King George V’s Big Brother, Wizard of Oz, and maker of the 20th century). 🙂

    • Somebody says:

      So we’re returning to a more decentralized government? Our states will reflect the values of their residents? States rights? The 10th amendment? You mean the way our founders intended?

      Shut the front door! Who knew the Bush cabal was into states rights and we all thought they wanted the new world order.

      Or are you just talking about abortion? If you’re saying abortion will only be legal in blue states, then why are blue states going to be less white? Sounds to me like blue states will continue unabated killing millions of black babies.

      • threewickets says:

        The Bush-Windsor Rothschilds cabal took charge of this nation circa TR. Soon thereafter the Federal Reserve economy, the federal war making religion, and federal social “Progressivism” aka Malthusian population eugenics. The first two things will be around longer. The third thing is evolving into a sort of re-segregation strategy. The thing about anti-family gay leadership politics is that whole populations begin disappearing in a couple of generations.

  4. lyn5 says:

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4909996/user-clip-scalia-family

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  6. taw46 says:

    What sweet, happy photos.

  7. Angie says:

    Trump is right –Biden is shot.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think the first thing I ever agreed with Obama was him being caught on hot mic telling Joe,you don’t have to do this. ::shudder:: Is there a higher power than Obama ?

      • swanspirit says:

        Once again, Obama’s lack of acumen is showing. He thought Joe would understand what he said. Joe doesn’t understand, anything. He is just barely following directions. This is going to blow up in the Democrats faces.

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  9. Angie says:

    I thought this was sweet.

  10. swanspirit says:

    180 years ago…The man can’t read a teleprompter

    • elliesmom says:

      I have an early morning grocery delivery, and I should be in bed, but this was worth being tired for in the morning. I’ll schedule a nap for tomorrow. Anyone who is worried about what ACB will or won’t do needs to watch it. Thank you, Lyn5!

      • lyn5 says:

        You are welcome. Someone posted the link on OR Rep. Greg Walden’s FB post about ACB’s nomination.

        • elliesmom says:

          I think one of the most interesting parts of her lecture was how most Supreme Court decisions are not about what a law can or cannot do but are about who decides what a law can or cannot do. Now that she’s on the bench, she’s not as free to talk about how she would rule on important cases, but in this lecture she does discuss how she thinks the Court should approach abortion cases, same sex marriage, Title IX issues, right to die and other sensitive topics. Might she be in favor of sending sensitive issues to the legislature for resolution instead of having them decided by the courts? Yes, but I heard nothing about her wanting the court to ban abortion or same sex marriage, or keeping transgender people from doing anything, or not respecting the right to die. If the right to have an abortion had been legislated instead of imposed by the courts, things might be very different for how women have progressed in the political world in a very positive way.

  11. swanspirit says:

    This is Ocean City Maryland, tonight. This is not a protest, but an unsanctioned event involving souped up automobiles. H2oi I believe. The event was banned last year, because the participants were out of control. They came from his year anyway. These cops have their hands full. This year they are even assaulting the police. They are in for a very rude awakening. This is a very conservative area, and the judges are even more so.

  12. Myiq2xu says:

    In Texas there is a town called New Braunfels, where there is a large German-speaking population.

    One day, a local rancher driving down a country road noticed a man using his hand to drink water from the rancher’s stock pond.

    The rancher rolled down the window and shouted: “Sehr angenehm! Trink das Wasser nicht. Die kuehe haben darein geschissen.”

    This means: “Glad to meet you! Don’t drink the water. The cows have sh*t in it.”

    The man shouted back: “I’m from New York and just down here campaigning for Joe Biden. I can’t understand you. Please speak in English.”

    The rancher replied: “Use both hands.”

    Shamelessly stolen from Ace’s place

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  14. elliesmom says:

    One of the first things ED did when he arrived at college was to find “his church” within walking distance of campus. The one he chose had a youth group for college students, and our very first date was to a concert they had sponsored. The minister was young, newly married, and far away from home, too. He saw in the two of us another young couple with a possible friend for his wife who wouldn’t expect her to always be “the minister’s wife”. The four of us had many wonderful evenings together. She won my heart by letting me cook in her kichen. The conversation often went to what role a woman plays in a marriage, in a church, and in the world.

    Only a person who is willfully blind can discount how a strong grounding in their faith can give some women the support they need to become highly successful. Women who lack that piece in their lives, and I’m part of that group, have to find that piece somewhere else. If they do, then they aren’t jealous of women of faith. If they don’t, then they often turn against them, even making them into the bogeyman. Women like Amy Coney Barrett and Sarah Palin have forged a path that has let them “have it all”, and in their case “all at once”. Instead of demonizing the religious part of their lives, maybe women should take notice of what positives it adds. To suggest the mother of seven children who is about to be seated on the Supreme Court belongs to a group that expects women to be “handmaids” only makes the person suggesting that look ridiculous. To think a woman who has achieved that level of both personal and professional success would try to oppress other women is projection. Happy, successful women are not threatened by other successful women.

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