Thursday, November 4, 2021

Somewhere in New Hampshire, drive safely !

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  1. Dora says:

    A new hero! 🙂


    Giant Slayer – Edward Durr, a Truck Driver Who Likely Defeated The New Jersey Senate President

    Edward Durr is a blue-collar truck driver for a furniture store in South New Jersey. In an incredible David v Goliath political upheaval, Durr decided to run for office against the most powerful Democrat in the New Jersey Senate, and it looks like Edward Durr is going to win.

  2. Dora says:

    Some Good News!


    3 Out Of 5 State Ballot Props Shot Down On Long Island
    The propositions included changes to voting areas, absentee voting, and voter registration.

  3. swanspirit says:

    A Fbook friend asked an interesting question. His name is Brad Torgersen, and he is Science Fiction writer.
    He asked what year do you think it was, when the (D) decided to abandon the working class?

    Well, this horrible memory came bubbling up from the depths. I had to look up the exact quote, and I found it on an old Talkleft post, from 2008.

    May 6, 2008 Brazile vs Begala on CNN
    BRAZILE: Well, Lou, I have worked on a lot of Democratic campaigns, and I respect Paul. But, Paul, you’re looking at the old coalition. A new Democratic coalition is younger. It is more urban, as well as suburban, and we don’t have to just rely on white blue-collar voters and Hispanics. We need to look at the Democratic Party, expand the party, expand the base and not throw out the baby with the bathwater.
    I remember it vividly, because that is when I felt the D party left me. I think it’s relevant today, because it has taken a while, but it seems more and more of the poor deluded still loyal working class dems, have finally realized that their party despises them
    The dims are not learning from the recent upsets. They are blaming the VOTERS for their losses.
    What the dims started in 2008, has come back to bite them in the ass.
    And they are entrenched in their positions and perspectives, They did throw the baby out with the bathwater.

    • elliesmom says:

      I don’t believe the Democrats have ever really been the party of the working class. Their modus operandi has always been to find a constituency that’s exploitable and exploit them until another exploitable constituency comes along. Case in point, they worked tooth and nail to keep black people down as long as blacks voted majority Republican. Then Democrats figured out how they could be exploited for their votes, and they became the party of minorities. That’s wearing out so now they want to be the party of the illegal immigrants. They were the party of the working class when getting them unionized meant money in the Democrats’ coffers. While the union members’ dues money still ends up supporting the Democrats, unions can no longer guarantee them votes. The working class has outlived its usefulness.

  4. jadzia1971 says:

    After TWO GLORIOUS WEEKS of not forcing elementary school students to wear face diapers, their freedom has been yanked away again because of an increasing # of cases. I really, really, really do not want to tell my youngest daughter and the H-man’s son, who are in their last year of elementary school and were SO RELIEVED when they got to take off the masks, that they are being returned to face jail.

    Yes, I am pissed off. Here’s what pisses me off more: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS HAVE BEEN ON VACATION FOR THE PAST TWO WEEKS. None of them are in town! They are all out in the rural areas with their grannies. So how the hell are any new cases in the city being blamed on the elementary schools????

    I feel so jerked around. Naturally we are very close to the effective date of the new law that essentially made home schooling illegal here, because Macron wanted to stick it to the Muslims, supposedly. (Obviously at this point I know a whole lotta Muslims. Do ANY of them homeschool their kids? No–the Muslims who are motivated to get their kids a great education send their kids to Catholic school, the others send their kids to public school. The only homeschoolers I have ever met here are crazy Catholics, which would be me by now except for my desire not to be thrown in jail and have my children taken away, plus let’s face it, I would need to hire tutors because, lacking a French education myself, I am not a good choice to educate my children in the curriculum here.)

    There is one loophole in the anti-homeschool law that a normie friend of mine is taking advantage of. If your kid is so maladjusted that you can get a shrink to sign off on them not being able to handle regular school, they can do Internet school. But I’m also not willing to pathologize my children (who tbh are incredibly well-adjusted), so there’s that. We may revisit this once the government starts forcing needles into children’s arms. We all know it’s coming.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    2008 was my first thought, when they threw Hillary under the bus for a guy with no personal or professional accomplishments in his adult life. We couldn’t question him either, you’re either with us or the hell with you and a lot of us left. And here we are 😀 Dems have gotten worse and the Republicans are getting “worser”. As Angie mentioned downstairs, where the hell was the GOP leadership in the VA election? Ooops, guess they weren’t needed after all. 😉

    • elliesmom says:

      As I said last night, my excitement is tempered by the realization that if this is a harbinger of a GOP surge next November, it just gets us Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell back. Tell me Ted Cruz becomes Majority Leader (or make my day and tell me it’s Kennedy from Louisiana), and Jim Jordan is Speaker of the House (or Majorie Taylor Greene for the sheer act of karma it would be), and then maybe I’d uncork the champagne. But I’m expecting the same old same old. Gingrich is right. We deserve nothing less than a new contract with America signed by every Republican in both houses with a checklist to measure how well they’re doing. While McCarthy is trying to take credit for yesterday, he had nothing to do it. This was a true grassroots election across the entire USA.

    • Anthony says:

      Ditto to everything you said. My turning point was when Hillary threw herself under the bus during the May 31 R&B Comittee Meeting. I remember thinking “If she isn’t going to stand up for herself, why the fuck should I??” It’s been all downhill from there, and I hope it bites them in the ass sooner rather than later.

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      • lateblum says:

        Yes to everything. I too, left the plantation on 5/31/2008. But there were signs I couldn’t stay beginning in 2004 (maybe earlier).

        Much as I wish, I can’t be pinning my hopes on Cruz or Kennedy or even Jordan. The incumbents have all disappointed in some way. And btw, Cruz, Paul, and Kennedy are all people I wish were more powerful than they currently are.

        I watched Joe Manchin on Morning Joe (of all places) this morning. Don’t ask me why I turned on MSNBC. (Perhaps to find out if it still was on the air?) But I did and I watched the entire grilling of Sen Manchin. Mika, Ed Robinson, Willie Geist, and 2 others whose names I used to know but are buried in the memory hole that I can’t seem to unearth. He not only held his own and was also very instructional. In response to the same questions asked by all six of the panel, he repeatedly said he had never intended to be the “one” to stop the spending bills. and in fact, the House was holding up their passage. He names no one specifically and said that he represented people who worked hard and used common sense to know that spending more than they had was not only dangerous, but foolish (my words). He said that he would not vote for any spending bill that was not scored by the CBO and that had hidden measures in it.

        It was the first time in years that I turned on that channel and stayed with it after I heard the announcement that Manchin would be on. I didn’t know what to expect, and was happy I did. if there is video of his appearance, people should take a look.

        • lateblum says:

          • swanspirit says:

            Manchin isn’t the buffoon they make him out to be.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            But he is just a hick from West Virginia. So according to the SJW manual its a-ok to make fun of him and portray him a stupid hillbilly.

            When I was doing reginal work for swampland, the one thing DC, Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland/Baltimore always agreed on was that they were all far superior than the hicks from West Virginia (if based on census metro area there are counties from WV in the DC metro mix). They treated them horridly. I ended up doing most of the interaction and found them to be refreshing and fun to work along side after the craziness of DC. They would just shake their heads when absolutely everything they got from the know-it-all’s DC/MD/VA was stamped ASAP in huge typeface because the dummies’ in the swamp did not know how to prioritize.

        • elliesmom says:

          Bret Baier interviewed him at length last night. It was a good interview and ended with Bret asking him if he thought his party had left him.

  6. Helen Kenney says:

    yes, they have become more revolting than ever. for me, it started in 2006

  7. Helen Kenney says:

    will they pay attention? do not think so

  8. Helen Kenney says:

    can we really afford dems?

    • lateblum says:

      “Democrats’ plan would raise $1.5T in new taxes over the decade, the Joint Committee on Taxation estimates”
      And this is exactly how Biden and his associated supporting liars report the bill would cost “Zero”. They have every intention of taxing the hell out of everyone to pay for it.

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  10. lyn5 says:

    He won.

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  12. gram krakka says:

    Durham indicts another one of Hillary’s henchmen.

    Authorities arrest Steele dossier contributor Igor Danchenko

  13. taw46 says:

    • gram krakka says:

      “Though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small; : Though with patience he stands waiting, with exactness grinds he all.” – Friedrich Von Logau

    • lyn5 says:

      Fake News is their brand now. Thank you, Donald J. Trump.

  14. Helen Kenney says:

    I saw this and thought of last Tuesday. was it a beginning?

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  17. Helen Kenney says:

    I was talking to a friend today and she told me she and her mom went to Longwood Gardens yesterday. I am so jealous. it is beautiful all year but awesome in the fall

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  19. lyn5 says:

    The Democrat spooge monkeys love this. Is Trump even involved in NYC politics now?

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  21. lyn5 says:

    Free Kyle!

  22. lyn5 says:

    Here’s a super post about Winsome Sears.

  23. Helen Kenney says:

    something that is not really being talked about since the election.
    both Youngkin and the truck driver they both LISTENED to the people in their districts,

  24. jadzia1971 says:

    VM PLEASE EMAIL ME, I somehow deleted your address! Thank you!

  25. swanspirit says:

    Another victory!!

    With 100 percent of precincts reporting as of Wednesday afternoon, Seppy had received 4,042 votes to Alabarda’s 2,830,” the outlet reported. “After initially closing their doors in March 2020, Egg Harbor Township School District forced most of its students into entirely online learning or hybrid learning models with limited components of in-person instruction for most of the 2020-21 school year.”

    Seppy did not respond to a request for comment from The Daily Wire, but he did tell the Fix in a statement that the school shutdowns that disrupted his senior year were “awful,” motivating him to run “out of a desire to serve in [his] community” and “give parents a voice in the district.”

    Seppy told the outlet that, as a school board member, he wants to “expand civics education and increase vocational training opportunities for the township’s students,” according to the outlet. The Fix reported that Seppy’s “election platform also focused on pledging to represent the students’ best interests as well.”

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  28. lateblum says:

    Ya gotta love this one!!!

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  30. DeniseVB says:

    LOL, “floating for 2024” already, can we just enjoy a normal governor for awhile ?

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  33. Mothy67 says:

    Wore my “Let’s Go Brandon” sweatshirt all day. Only positive comments.

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    • lyn5 says:

      Would love to see everyone who touched this go down in flames.

      • lyn5 says:

        Down in the thread …

  35. Helen Kenney says:

    rant time
    now the “woke” is going after classic rock. that is one step over the line.
    a bunch of miserable twits that count not make in a prison with a fist full of pardons wants to make everyone as miserable as they are. some things are untouchable and classic rock is one of them

  36. lyn5 says:

    Kim reads her column via the link..

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  38. lyn5 says:

    Take over the jail.

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