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Dims 2020
« on: September 22, 2017, 07:39:05 AM »
Had some free time to burn, so I thought I'd do some forensics on the failed Dim party.


Yeah, they're hard at work trying to unite the party behind one of the many aging Marxists, most of which will be in their 70s or older by 2020, but what do we see when we look at the party, what issues can the party unite behind?
The Wall? No, half the party thinks stopping the illegal invasion is a good idea, so stank-tuary cities is a failed leftist agenda that splits the party, so count Moonbeam out as a possible contender.
Bernie can't tack down an issue if he had a giant wall of flypaper to work with, one minute he's saying high taxes kill the economy, then claims taxing the so called "Rich" is a good idea, never once explaining what the money would be used for, especially after gutting the military budget, so we can count that Marxist out as well, and I don't even have to mention the failed Faucahauntus Marxist, that carcas is dried and dusty.

So what unites the Dims? Well beyond their averice of Trump, not one damn thing!
They can't agree on free trade, foreign affairs and health care, even Wall Street is a monstrous issue, its the bread and butter of the party, but if one remembers, their beloved Marxist campaigned against the evil 'Street' via the communist movement known as OWS.
One could say "Environment", we all love the planet, right? Problem for the Dims, is they abused that card when they used the 'Wall Street' crony connection to fund leftist across the globe, all failed, like that of the fraud, Solyndra, as well as the Chinese connection to their failed "Green Energy" lie, where they funneled billions of taxpayer dollars to Chinese communists an Marxists around the globe.

So, what does unite all these freak factions? Safe spaces? BLM? Muscums? stifling Free Speech under the guise of hate speech/trigger warnings?
Let us not forget, the party lost over 1000 Legislative seats under the Marxist, and for good reason, the country is still majority Conservative, that's a serious mountain for the party to overcome, not to mention, when one looks at the election of Trump, the only safe spaces left for the Dim party, was along the coasts, the rest of the country voted Right.



Not since 1946 has the Dim party been in such a hole, but keep in mind, even the Dims of that day still loved the country and dividing the nation along race, sexual orientation or women, was not part of their agenda, no, the party of the left in its modern era, is not pro-American in any sense of the word, so what will they run on, Pedophilia as just a misunderstood way of life?

As I've been saying for years, the only reason people still see the Dim party as viable, is because the media keeps the corpse on life support, and the gop'E needs the left to further their marxist agenda for crony capitalism to exist.
For all intents and purposes the Dim party is dead, it will be decades before it returns, assuming the base doesn't abandon it for a new acronym such as the New Nationalist Socialist Party, better known as the NAZI party, Socialist Democrat Party, Fabian Society Reborn (FSR), you get the point.

The only way the Dim party will continue, is if the gop'E sees fit to keep them alive. So the truth is, as it stands today, Conservatives #1 enemy, is the RNC/gop Establishment party.
TEA, all!

Sorry if grammar is an issue here, my spell check is as dead as the Dim party. :smile:
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Re: Dims 2020
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2017, 12:24:14 PM »
Add this to your list of failed democrats. I love it when they eat their own.


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« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2017, 12:34:52 PM »
We are reminded every day why democrats keep losing elections. If one watches FNC they continually put folks of differing views on for a two/three minute debates. A lot of democrats are called democrat strategist. After watching these folks for some time I understand why democrats continue to lose elections. They are following the advice of these clowns who are totally out of touch with the majority of the American people.
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« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2017, 02:13:37 PM »
Add this to your list of failed democrats. I love it when they eat their own.




I love it too, but... What Democrat was it?
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« Reply #4 on: September 22, 2017, 03:26:10 PM »
We are reminded every day why democrats keep losing elections. If one watches FNC they continually put folks of differing views on for a two/three minute debates. A lot of democrats are called democrat strategist. After watching these folks for some time I understand why democrats continue to lose elections. They are following the advice of these clowns who are totally out of touch with the majority of the American people.
Good point.
This exposes the schizophrenia in the party. The  party loyalists know where the money comes from, Wall Street, while the hardcore leftist base, which in truth is nothing more than about 27% of what was in 2009, thinks it can win elections without corporate America.

So we have a schism within the party, one that is not about to heal anytime in the next decade in the least.
Let's take two of the most powerful leaders in the party, DiFi and Fuglosi, the base hates them, and they are both being challenged.
The title exposes the schism within, the party is challenged from the far left, in a country that prides itself on American values.
What's 27% divided by 3? That's what the Dim party is dealing with, they're splitting a tiny base between, Bernie Fabian Socialists, Marxists, and the Crony Corporate party.

Good short read for those wondering what 2020 has in store. Try not to laugh at their pain, it's real, not imagined. :biggrin:

Pelosi, Feinstein facing challengers amid protests from their left

It’s not a good time to be Nancy Pelosi or Dianne Feinstein. After a combined six-plus decades in Washington, they have become “the Man,” at least to a growing number of progressives who see them as embodiments of a Democratic Party taken over by “corporatists.”

Start with how immigration rights activists shouted Pelosi off the stage and called her a “liar” at her own manicured press conference in San Francisco this week, saying she isn’t liberal enough on immigration.

Feinstein’s star is even more tarnished after saying President Trump still had the potential to be a good president, causing progressives to rip her for being less than California-grade resistant to Trump. When the Berkeley IGS Poll last week asked California voters if they would back Feinstein for re-election next year, they responded with a rousing, “meh.” Only 45 percent wanted six more years of DiFi. More alarming for Feinstein: Only 30 percent of those under 30 would vote for her.

So what are the alternatives? Who is stepping up to take on two of the wealthiest members of Congress, women with near-100 percent name recognition?

There is only one place to go to get answers to tough political questions like this: the Elks Club in Alameda.

On a recent evening there, the Alameda Democratic Club hosted a Progressive Candidate Night. The fact that a Bay Area Democratic club held a candidates night solely devoted to progressives more than a year before the next election, and that 100 people showed up on a Wednesday night, tells you something.

It tells you that voters are mad. Not just at Trump but at a system they see as failing them and at the people who have been in power for decades — no matter who they are or what they’ve accomplished. Voters, particularly those Sen. Bernie Sanders inspired to get involved — are mad. And they’re taking it out on the Man.

So at the Elks Club, the revolution was fomenting. Or maybe that was the sound of the pretzels in my stomach.

“I am running for U.S. Senate as a working-class representative for the people,” David Hildebrand, a 39-year-old policy analyst who lives in Sacramento, told the audience. He also pointed out that he’s been unemployed at times and paid his way through college over nearly a decade while working multiple jobs.

“I’m not interested in corporations, their money and what they think,” Hildebrand said. “I am a Democratic socialist.”

So is Sanders. Hildebrand volunteered on his presidential campaign last year, and just like Bernie, Hildebrand promised not to accept “corporate money.”

All the candidates at the forum pledged to do the same. Democrats often tout themselves as the party of working people, but a lot of their money comes from a different source. Senate and House candidates raised nearly $47 million in the 2016 campaign cycle from Wall Street interests. That’s more than the $44 million they received from labor union PACs and officials, according to FactCheck.org.

And arguably the greatest political fundraiser on the planet not named Barack Obama is Pelosi. Through the end of last year, Pelosi had raised $567.9 million since entering House leadership in 2002 — $141 million in the last election cycle.

For perspective, Hildebrand raised $4,260 through June 30, according to campaign finance filings, which is what Feinstein likely spends on scarves during an election cycle. Stephen Jaffe, who is challenging Pelosi, has raised $46,722.69. And we include the cents only to give his totals a couple of more digits.

That money discrepancy is part of the problem for Jaffe, a San Francisco employment lawyer and Sanders acolyte. The first presidential campaign Jaffe remembers was Eisenhower versus Stevenson in 1952. Since then, no candidate has inspired him like Sanders.

After the Vermont independent lost last year’s Democratic primary battle against Hillary Clinton, Jaffe started thinking about what he could do to carry on the senator’s work. So he decided to run for Congress against arguably the most powerful Democrat in the country. Doesn’t matter that he’s never run or held office before — this was about taking a stand against a party gone wrong.

“We are here because we are the true believers. We represent the fundamental core values of the Democratic Party,” Jaffe told the Alameda audience. “I do not adhere to the politics and programs and practices of the people presently in control of the Democratic Party. They are centrists. They are corporatists. And they are elitists.”

The Elks Club filled with applause.

On a recent evening there, the Alameda Democratic Club hosted a Progressive Candidate Night. The fact that a Bay Area Democratic club held a candidates night solely devoted to progressives more than a year before the next election, and that 100 people showed up on a Wednesday night, tells you something.

It tells you that voters are mad. Not just at Trump but at a system they see as failing them and at the people who have been in power for decades — no matter who they are or what they’ve accomplished. Voters, particularly those Sen. Bernie Sanders inspired to get involved — are mad. And they’re taking it out on the Man.

So at the Elks Club, the revolution was fomenting. Or maybe that was the sound of the pretzels in my stomach.

“I am running for U.S. Senate as a working-class representative for the people,” David Hildebrand, a 39-year-old policy analyst who lives in Sacramento, told the audience. He also pointed out that he’s been unemployed at times and paid his way through college over nearly a decade while working multiple jobs.

“I’m not interested in corporations, their money and what they think,” Hildebrand said. “I am a Democratic socialist.”

So is Sanders. Hildebrand volunteered on his presidential campaign last year, and just like Bernie, Hildebrand promised not to accept “corporate money.”

All the candidates at the forum pledged to do the same. Democrats often tout themselves as the party of working people, but a lot of their money comes from a different source. Senate and House candidates raised nearly $47 million in the 2016 campaign cycle from Wall Street interests. That’s more than the $44 million they received from labor union PACs and officials, according to FactCheck.org.

And arguably the greatest political fundraiser on the planet not named Barack Obama is Pelosi. Through the end of last year, Pelosi had raised $567.9 million since entering House leadership in 2002 — $141 million in the last election cycle.

For perspective, Hildebrand raised $4,260 through June 30, according to campaign finance filings, which is what Feinstein likely spends on scarves during an election cycle. Stephen Jaffe, who is challenging Pelosi, has raised $46,722.69. And we include the cents only to give his totals a couple of more digits.

That money discrepancy is part of the problem for Jaffe, a San Francisco employment lawyer and Sanders acolyte. The first presidential campaign Jaffe remembers was Eisenhower versus Stevenson in 1952. Since then, no candidate has inspired him like Sanders.

After the Vermont independent lost last year’s Democratic primary battle against Hillary Clinton, Jaffe started thinking about what he could do to carry on the senator’s work. So he decided to run for Congress against arguably the most powerful Democrat in the country. Doesn’t matter that he’s never run or held office before — this was about taking a stand against a party gone wrong.

“We are here because we are the true believers. We represent the fundamental core values of the Democratic Party,” Jaffe told the Alameda audience. “I do not adhere to the politics and programs and practices of the people presently in control of the Democratic Party. They are centrists. They are corporatists. And they are elitists.”

The Elks Club filled with applause.

http://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/Pelosi-Feinstein-facing-challengers-amid-12216237.php
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« Reply #5 on: September 22, 2017, 04:29:21 PM »
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« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2017, 07:53:20 AM »
Good point.
This exposes the schizophrenia in the party. The  party loyalists know where the money comes from, Wall Street, while the hardcore leftist base, which in truth is nothing more than about 27% of what was in 2009, thinks it can win elections without corporate America.
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“I am running for U.S. Senate as a working-class representative for the people,” David Hildebrand, a 39-year-old policy analyst who lives in Sacramento, told the audience. He also pointed out that he’s been unemployed at times and paid his way through college over nearly a decade while working multiple jobs.

“I’m not interested in corporations, their money and what they think,” Hildebrand said. “I am a Democratic socialist.”

So is Sanders. Hildebrand volunteered on his presidential campaign last year, and just like Bernie, Hildebrand promised not to accept “corporate money.”

All the candidates at the forum pledged to do the same. Democrats often tout themselves as the party of working people, but a lot of their money comes from a different source. Senate and House candidates raised nearly $47 million in the 2016 campaign cycle from Wall Street interests. That’s more than the $44 million they received from labor union PACs and officials, according to FactCheck.org.
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For perspective, Hildebrand raised $4,260 through June 30, according to campaign finance filings, which is what Feinstein likely spends on scarves during an election cycle. Stephen Jaffe, who is challenging Pelosi, has raised $46,722.69. And we include the cents only to give his totals a couple of more digits.

http://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/Pelosi-Feinstein-facing-challengers-amid-12216237.php

Either Hildebrand is really stupid, or he realizes his audience is really stupid.  You cannot be a socialist and not care about corporations.

“I’m not interested in corporations, their money and what they think,” Hildebrand said. “I am a Democratic socialist.”

That's what defines Socialism!  You tell them how to run their business - what a nimrod!   :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Dims 2020
« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2017, 08:00:06 AM »
Either Hildebrand is really stupid, or he realizes his audience is really stupid.  You cannot be a socialist and not care about corporations.

“I’m not interested in corporations, their money and what they think,” Hildebrand said. “I am a Democratic socialist.”

That's what defines Socialism!  You tell them how to run their business - what a nimrod!   :lol: :lol: :lol:
Nailed my point!!!'
More than half the party wants to kill the Golden Goose, and a large portion is willing to lie to get elected by claiming they despise capitalism and corporate America until they're elected and exposed for the frauds and liars they are when caught taking corporate money.

This really is hilarious watching them juggle the hot potato that is the heart of all politics, "MONEY". :lol:
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« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2017, 08:19:09 AM »
Nailed my point!!!'
More than half the party wants to kill the Golden Goose, and a large portion is willing to lie to get elected by claiming they despise capitalism and corporate America until they're elected and exposed for the frauds and liars they are when caught taking corporate money.

This really is hilarious watching them juggle the hot potato that is the heart of all politics, "MONEY". :lol:

Reminds me of that movie "Rollerball".  The corporations define the Counties.  Gotta love those futuristic liberal anarchist type movies - every disaster is caused by a greedy corporation.  Probably where this knot-head got his anti-business mindset... watching stupid movies while munching on Soilent Green chips. 

Can you imagine... if Corporations were able to insert a "political" chemical into infant diapers that worked like a nicotine patch?
... the next idiot anti-corporation movie theme... Government control via DIAPERS!!!   OMG!!!!  Chemtrails!  Planet X!  Mt Dew shrinking Nads, now it's .... those dreaded Diapers!   :lol: :lol: :lol:   yeah, I'd watch it, resurrect Charlton Heston for the lead.  :ttoung:  ..those damn stinkin' apes!   :ttoung:
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« Reply #9 on: September 23, 2017, 08:35:11 AM »
Reminds me of that movie "Rollerball".  The corporations define the Counties.  Gotta love those futuristic liberal anarchist type movies - every disaster is caused by a greedy corporation.  Probably where this knot-head got his anti-business mindset... watching stupid movies while munching on Soilent Green chips. 

Can you imagine... if Corporations were able to insert a "political" chemical into infant diapers that worked like a nicotine patch?
... the next idiot anti-corporation movie theme... Government control via DIAPERS!!!   OMG!!!!  Chemtrails!  Planet X!  Mt Dew shrinking Nads, now it's .... those dreaded Diapers!   :lol: :lol: :lol:   yeah, I'd watch it, resurrect Charlton Heston for the lead.  :ttoung:  ..those damn stinkin' apes!   :ttoung:
These candidates will be like shooting fish in a net. Their hypocrisy will be so easy to expose on the campaign trail, where they claim to be against capitalism and corporations, only to discover Wall Street is their primary backer.
Cruz proved you can run a campaign on grassroots funding, while libs are not yet in a position to contribute to any campaign, they're too busy taking Soros funds/pittance, to protest at any number of Marxist causes, and it's nowhere near enough to live on as they subsidize their income with food stamps.
It's too rich, the very people that claim to be against the evils of corporate America, will be taking funds from the people they claim are destroying their country.
I swear, 2020 is going to be one huge bloodbath on the left.
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« Reply #10 on: September 23, 2017, 12:52:26 PM »
The Democrats jumped up so fast to get into-the-game, they knocked over the bench, each trying to throw Hillary under the bus!

Aspiring candidate, George Clooney.   Staring at Goats can give one a sense of intellectual superiority.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4912828/Clooney-says-Hillary-Clinton-wasn-t-fit-White-House.html
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'It was frustrating because I never saw her elevate her game. I saw it. And I had a lot of liberal friends who were like, 'She's not good at this.' And I see that, and I understand it. I also think, though, that if it was a guy it wouldn't have been so polarizing.

'I think that she wasn't particularly good at articulating the things that she wanted to do, and unfortunately we live at a time right now where articulating what you want to do is more potent in the electorate than the other way around, obviously, when Trump only said he was going to 'Make America Great Again,' said Clooney.

'Don't you think the next Democrat who runs should just run with a blue hat that says, 'Make America Great Again?'' he jokingly added.
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'They don't cry,' Clooney said proudly. 'I cry more than they do. I cry four times a day right now, because I'm so tired.'

Of course, Clooney is more qualified to run for the WH - he cries 4 times a day - and darn proud of it!!!
Does he stand up, turn around and admire his handiwork before he flushes too...?  "Hey!  It don't stink!"
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« Reply #11 on: September 24, 2017, 06:47:35 PM »
Before the DNC looks to the 2020 campaign they need to figure out how to finance the 2020 campaign.

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« Reply #12 on: September 24, 2017, 07:26:09 PM »
Before the DNC looks to the 2020 campaign they need to figure out how to finance the 2020 campaign.
Well as far as the hard left is concerned, Wall Street is out of the question. So how do these geniuses think they'll pay for ads?
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« Reply #13 on: September 24, 2017, 07:35:29 PM »
Well as far as the hard left is concerned, Wall Street is out of the question. So how do these geniuses think they'll pay for ads?

Wall Street.

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« Reply #14 on: September 25, 2017, 04:33:22 AM »
Well as far as the hard left is concerned, Wall Street is out of the question. So how do these geniuses think they'll pay for ads?

Liberals do seem to forget minor details like adequate funding.
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