Sunday, February 28, 2016

GOPe Fraud Laid Bare



"Are you not entertained?!?!?!!??!"

Fortunes rise, fortunes fall. Did you have your popcorn properly buttered? Were you ready for the meltdown of all GOPe meltdowns? Note that this is so far because all is not lost for them. When all is lost, they will go apoplectic. They were sitting there all hyped up for the Marco Rubio-Ted Cruz double team stab in the back of Trump. Rubio and Cruz both got shots in, and this was something that they should have done months ago. Trump still had the lines of the night by calling Rubio a choke artist and Cruz a basket case. Trump also had a great closer. The GOPe was doing cartwheels and shining up their cuck chairs. All was looking good for Super Tuesday.

Then Chris Christie endorsed Donald Trump. Governor of Maine Paul LePage jumped in too for an endorsement. This sent them into rage against Chris Christie. Childish accusations of betrayal. He was dead to some of the Twitter tier pundits, and he even got unfollows by the Dan "baseballcrank" McLaughlin. The barrier was broken, and the GOPe knew it. Someone had dared to break rank and endorse Trump. They crossed Christie out of their sweetheart notebook.

This was worse than his last week of 2012 implied endorsement of Obama after New Jersey was destroyed by the massive hurricane. No one would admit it but if they forgave him then, it was because he had to do what he had to do because New Jersey was going to become a ward of the federal government with their tourism industry destroyed. He had to look out for his state. Completely avoided by the GOPe is that Trump is doing a super-size version of Christie's 2010-2012 act, and it is crushing it out there. Trump is performing as I expected Christie to perform way back in 2013. Of course, Christie now must realize that had he gone immigration restrictionist, he might be in Trump's seat.

This was not the end nor the true reveal of the GOPe's fraud. The GOPe was pumped as their gilded robot Rubio sunk to Trump's level with attacks. The cucks got their #NeverTrump meme trending on Twitter, which was high fived as they drove along the Internet cuck boulevard. The fraud started there. They tried to brush off the Christie endorsement, but they could not. It was a huge psychological hit. Calm down men. This is just primary season guys.

The vindictive and vicious behavior was nothing compared to Sunday. Senator Jeff Sessions endorsed Trump at a gigantic rally in Alabama. Thursday night felt like a lifetime ago. This hurt them. J-Pod who spent the weekend being the worst caricature of Jewish know it all in America, asked if anyone outside of Alabama and DC knew Sessions. This revealed their bubble. Anyone who cares about immigration, and that is a giant bloc of the GOP knows Sessions as the only damn Senator who tries to stop anything immigration related. He is a folk hero to us. The hate flowed. They mocked Sessions, tried to push a fake KKK meme, threatened careers, threatened changing parties, and spread the idea of taking their ball and going home or worse voting for Hillary.

Here is the fraud. He is where my thesis that they are just mad it is not THEIR GUY. The GOPe and Twitter tier is saying Clinton is superior. This is a joke because of what is at stake if you don't want bloodshed in the 2020s. The Supreme Court.

Here are all the GOPe fools stressing the importance of the fight over Scalia's replacement (NRO and The Resurgent). These same guys are threatening to submarine any Trump nomination and help Clinton, which would not just put Scalia's replacement in Clinton's hands but allow her to replace the elderly liberal justices as well as maybe a flip as Kennedy, Alito and Thomas all age. Show is over then guys. pack it in, get the guns out and prepare for the worst. These sputtering pansies who place far too much focus on the circus, are willing to take their eyes off that.

You want to be a good conservative? You want to be a True Conservative? You want the mantle of Buckley? Buckley wouldn't be that stupid to throw away 2-3 SCOTUS nominations because it's not your guy. Not then and not now when the progs are far worse and have far greater numbers. These fools also think they can stab Trump in the back and that magical 30-45% of the GOP primary electorate that supports Trump is still going to show up in November. They will not. Keep calling him a Nazi and Hitler, and by extension his supporters Nazis. You will carry out what the Germans called a "dolchstoss", except this will not be a myth, and they will not forget.

Maybe they will show up, after all the GOPe has betrayed and abused them for years. Just as your well fed asses can vote all GOP and then leave the president blank, they can do far worse. They won't show. Maybe they show and vote all (D) in federal election. They are too large of a bloc to ignore. Newsflash: they hate you, and they know you hate them. They hate you so strongly that they are jumping on the bandwagon of the first man willing to say, "I love you and will fight for you".

You must know this, so I am not the one to break the news, but you are frauds anyway. We all caught on. Dubya was a lib, just hawkish. The system is rigged, and you're the outer party. As I said to Dan McLaughlin on twitter, what was the amazing W and Delay majorities spent on? Medicare D, a wasted push for oil drilling in ANWR, Tax cuts, and war adventuring in Iraq! Guess defunding Planned Parenthood did not cross your minds. Imagine crafting laws destroying federal government unions and subsequent de-unionization at the state level. Never got around touching baseline budgeting for pulling in spending, and hey, never did anything about government waste.

Your conservative movement with the Christian evangelical vote has been a fig leaf of cover for economic interests to enjoy crony capitalism. They came in with Reagan and fed at the trough. You sold it to the socially conservative in the aftermath of the '60s/'70s as social issues that for some reason you never ever succeeded in implementing. I will give the Gingrich Republicans credit for the "V Chip" thing in the '90s with televisions, since you all let Internet porn flow freely. You gave up. How many letters did you mail, "Just $100 and we'll wipe away Roe v. Wade!". Sorry, your entire life is a lie. You had to wonder why you have only ever won on tax cuts (especially capital gains) and economic deregulation.

This is your making. You shuffled Walker out. You neglected the border. You looked down on your voters. Gay marriage was a fiasco and now the Christians are under attack. You delivered nothing. We know you are frauds. The faster you can look in the mirror and admit it to yourself, the quicker everyone can build anew. Maybe even try a whole new system. Lashing out at anyone neutral or anyone expressing a different opinion is pathetic.

It is okay, the progressives have to face the fact that the most corrupt family who has used offices as money makers and is now headed by a "concussion" victim who is of normal Social Security retirement age and has broken God knows how many laws is about to become their standard bearer because blacks want the gimmedats. That is even worse.

Democracy, not even once.

21 comments:

Anon said...

trump will not touch the unions...he has already said he respects the unions....working class whites love unions...your mind has been poisoned by elite propaganda.

Different T said...

What are you basing your implications that Trump would nominate a (socially) "conservative" justice on? Have you looked at Trumps statements regarding those issues? Especially consider the "prediction" of many Trump-supporters that the anti-immigration issue will be found out as bi-partisan to much of the bases. As you state: "This is a joke because of what is at stake if you don't want bloodshed in the 2020s. The Supreme Court."

There is much for you to consider in the @BrowningMachine tweet of "We have to elect the candidate to find out what's in it."

Son of Brock Landers said...

Different T - The president nominates who is put in front of him. The GOP advisers he will have will give him the list of men and women off the "Federalist Society" pipeline. W once tried to nominate a friend (Harriet Miers) and got chewed out so hard that he dropped her.

Different T said...

@ Son of Brock Landers

My understanding is that the nomination/confirmation process is not de jure partisan. Trump doesn't have to appoint a Republican nominee and the president (as Obama has shown) can de facto nominate anyone he wants, it just has to get confirmed by the de facto bi-partisan Congress.

Just to be clear, do you think Trump would appoint a SC judge that wanted to overturn Roe v. Wade or "The Defense of Marriage" (or whatever it was that de jure protects homosexual marriage) legislation?

Son of Brock Landers said...

Trump will know he has to make nice with the GOPe to get them to go along with some of his special ideas. He will gladly exchange their recommended nominees in exchange for them supporting his pet programs.

Different T said...

If the GOPe put a socially conservative nominee in front of him, do you think Trump would appoint a SC judge that wanted to overturn Roe v. Wade or "The Defense of Marriage" (or whatever it was that de jure protects homosexual marriage) legislation?

Son of Brock Landers said...

Yes.

Different T said...

Thank you. Regardless of your response to what follows the line break below, I would appreciate if you will answer this question: Do you think Trump would think putting judge that is against abortion/gay-marriage on the panel is "good" per Trump's own definition?

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Do you not see a distinct incoherence in your analysis of Trump and the GOPe. The entire line of reasoning regarding Trump is that he is smart, strong, a great negotiator, and incredibly persuasive. The line of reasoning regarding the GOPe is that they are weak, cucks, and ever-compromising.

Yet your response to the SC question is that TRUMP is going to be the guy who gets played/"compromises" in order to pass other parts of his agenda? Your claim that he would need to in order to gain the weak cuckservatives support is completely counter to everything you've claimed about both entities.

Why is it so difficult to admit you are wagering so much because you want the immigration part of Trump's agenda (and just leave it at that)? On the chance that Trump becomes president you are massively setting up Reactionaries to become infected with cognitive dissonance. This post/analysis is already a minor example of such dissonance. Made worse by the fact you seem to understand at least part of what is really at stake outside of immigration reform.

Son of Brock Landers said...

Good point, but have you read my Trump blurbs before? I don't see him making it to November. I don't see him winning. If he does win, I don't see him doing much to change anything.

He will have the entire system gearing against him in DC if he does win. In this regard, I see him as making a trade on justices in order to get anything done. I can see his presidency acting out like the Jesse Ventura era of Minnesota.

Alexandros HoMegas said...

I went to Twitter and looked the #NeverTrump hashtags and its hilarious, the cucks and kikes are desperately pushing for Rubio, a empty suit created by a jewish billionaire in Miami.

Indentity politics have finally arrived for Whites and our kosher friends are losing control of the cattle that they domesticated so well.

Different T said...

have you read my Trump blurbs before?

No.

I don't see him making it to November. I don't see him winning. If he does win, I don't see him doing much to change anything.

This is an analysis I gave in the comments on Porter's site <a href="https://kakistocracyblog.wordpress.com/2016/02/20/do-robots-dream-of-revenues/>here</a>. If your calculations lead to immigration reform being worth risking not only the further entrenchment of <I>real</I> liberalism in the present, the Trump support is understandable.

<b>He will have the entire system gearing against him in DC if he does win.</b>

I consider this analysis very superficial. Trump is what he says, a capitalist first and foremost. He is very effective and a deal-maker.

But what is utterly missing in the commentary on this election is the obviousness that globalism is receding ON ITS OWN. The elites recognize it and know they can gain something in trade for their "acquiescence" about a force they cannot even control. The experiment is failing ALL OVER THE GLOBE and they are simply positioning to gain in other areas for going along.

sth_txs said...

Trump stinks in a number of ways. We can only hope he has some ego investment in trying to do what he says on immigration.

Pass these links along to the conservatives. I would hate to vote Republican and get cheated again (and again and again).....

Medicare Part D: Republican Budget-Busting
By  BRUCE BARTLETT  NOVEMBER 19, 2013 12:01 AM
http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/11/19/medicare-part-d-republican-budget-busting/?_r=0

Why Don’t Conservatives Follow Their Own Constitution?
By Laurence M. Vance May 26, 2015
https://www.lewrockwell.com/2015/05/laurence-m-vance/hey-conservatives-2/

REPUBLICANS JUST DON’T GET IT ON GUN CONTROL
by Laurence M. Vance April 26, 2013
http://fff.org/explore-freedom/article/republicans-just-dont-get-it-on-gun-control/

REPUBLICAN HYPOCRISY ON PLANNED PARENTHOOD
by Laurence M. VanceAugust 24, 2015
http://fff.org/explore-freedom/article/republican-hypocrisy-planned-parenthood/

Portlander said...

Geez, what brought this on? 411 to all the college kids that had to stay on campus and hang-out in the dorms for spring break: good is not the enemy of perfect.

I fully expect Trump is going to govern like a Bloomberg without the gun-hate and sans condescending small-ball nanny crap. You want your Big Gulp, you can... whatever, Playa's ain't got time fo' that sh*t.

In the meantime, the adults in the room know demographics is destiny. There's only one guy in either party that's not guaranteed to fold to the globalists on the Demographic Question. Will Trump compromise on immigration, letting a lot of his current fanatical followers down? I don't know. No one knows. Odds are probably in some form or fashion.

But with every other candidate we already know what we're getting. Fold. Every. Single. One.

Given that is the alternative to Trump, I'll gladly take Trump.

Finally, globalism is NOT receding on its own. It's receding because the electorate is fighting back and supporting complete outsiders uncompromised by globalist puppet masters writing big checks. It's not easy, and it's far from over.

The on-going GOP insurrection is not the beginning of the end. It's not even the end of the beginning. It's the beginning of the beginning.

Different T said...

In the meantime, the adults in the room know demographics is destiny.

LOL.

Finally, globalism is NOT receding on its own. It's receding because the electorate is fighting back and supporting complete outsiders uncompromised by globalist puppet masters writing big checks.

Do you know why Obama got to claim the lowest number of illegals entered under his watch? The failings of globalism have nothing to do with "the electorate is fighting back." If globalism were able to deliver the bread and circuses it had promised, "the electorate" will go right back to where it belongs.

The on-going GOP insurrection is not the beginning of the end. It's not even the end of the beginning. It's the beginning of the beginning.

WTF is this? Will of the people is goes straight back to being cherished by the retards, all through the powers of a property mogul.

August said...

Haven't voted since 2008. The schadenfreude that Trump provides isn't going to get me to the polling booth- he, like the rest of them, promises to violated the Constitution. He might be better than the rest of them, but I am not going to send anyone up there to swear to uphold and defend something they've already promised to use a toilet paper.

That said, I think it is pointless to pretend that somehow anyone else is going to come up with a better Supreme Court nominee. The GOP has pretty consistently failed us on this one as well. If you must vote, you might as well vote for Trump. He might actually fight the court.

I do think the insiders will try to sit on their hands for four years and then blame Trump for a crap economy. They could just stop meddling- have the fed stop playing games- and have a correction for everything that's happened since 2008. Trump may be able to force Congress though- he was one of the people who bought Congress and he may know enough of them to force Congress to play ball. In which case, maybe he gets them to impeach a justice or two, or reduce their scope- probably for screwing with him, not for any great principle or anything, but we know they need to be taken down.

Portlander said...

I went to Twitter and looked the #NeverTrump hashtags and its hilarious

+1. Stumbled upon that over the weekend. Absolutely hilarious. Totally p0wned.

Anonymous said...

Baseball Crank is such a pencil neck faggot. Just a good goy Manhattan lawyer who was promised a share of the shekels. His cognitive dissonance is surreal to see.

AntiDem said...

@Different T

The problem with your analysis is that it conflates "Trump doesn't care about social conservatism" with "Trump will actively work to undermine social conservatism". I see plenty of evidence for the first, and none for the latter. Trump may not care about abortion or gay "marriage", but he's a shrewd businessman, which means that he understands that the way to stay in power is that you put making your friends and allies happy ahead of making your enemies happy. When it comes time to divvy up the spoils, the people who had your back get their cut, and the people who tried to bring you down get bupkis. That's how it works in the real, same world (the world that exists outside the Beltway). The fact that the GOPe has gotten this formulation exactly backwards for thirty years is precisely what has led to the Trump revolt, and nobody understands that better than Trump.

So no, Trump doesn't care one way or the other about abortion or gay "marriage". But the base took an awful risk in going into open revolt against the Establishment and supporting him, and he knows what side his bread is buttered on. He'll nominate a social conservative because he has good, practical reasons to do it, and no reasons not to do it.

Different T said...

@ AntiDem

The problem with your analysis is that it conflates "Trump doesn't care about social conservatism" with "Trump will actively work to undermine social conservatism".

It does no such thing. Trump recognizes that "social conservatives" have little to no power in American politics. Add that "social conservatives" stances have become "toxic" in deal-making when the conservatives have to compromise with the liberals to get legislation through. That is also the reason the GOP has compromised on such issues.

Trump may not care about abortion or gay "marriage"

I disagree completely. Trump does care about those things, with exactly the opposite conclusions as a "social conservative."

but he's a shrewd businessman, which means that he understands that the way to stay in power is that you put making your friends and allies happy ahead of making your enemies happy.

Exactly. From my perspective, your accounting of his "allies" and "enemies" are completely wrong. Add that democracy is about coalition building. If Trump is the GOP nominee, I fully expect that we will indeed discover immigration reform is a "bi-partisan" issue (meaning he is going to get some of the moderate liberals support).

Trump will have liberal allies if he is president. Trump is a liberal (I don't understand the refusal to admit this. You want the immigration reform, I get it). He is not going to view all Democrats as enemies, he's probably literally friends with a number of them. You do realize that the real estate business is, by its nature, one of the most private/government incestuous industries on the planet?

Exactly as you say, Trump is effective and deal-maker. Which means he will build coalitions with the left like nearly all previous administrations. The comparisons of Trump to a Fascist are vastly over-rated. Trump understands that democracy is all that keeps this decaying shell of whore from completely crumbling. It was literally his job to understand such things.

And to be clear, because some of these replies seem to misinterpret my perspective: from everything I've seen of Cruz and (especially) Rubio, both would be far worse for conservatives than Trump. At least if Trump wins and starts the practice of actually governing the mess that is America, the conservatives can claim some plausible deniability. Though the more likely outcome from my perspective is massive cognitive dissonance, with concomitant real and lasting damage to conservatives.

August said...

I should have said I didn't vote in 2008 either. McCain? It is perfectly reasonable to assume they script these things, and were letting Obama sashay right into the White House.

That's one of my worries with Trump. Depending on who is writing the script, he could be in on it. Certainly the regular political class don't like him, but he's in the billionaire class, so he may be on the same page with the folks who pull the strings.

Whatever, I suppose it's still fun to see him trounce them.

Different T said...

@ August

I greatly respect and even admire Mitt Romney as a Mormon, son, father, husband, and citizen; however that respect and admiration ends exactly at the point he tries to govern a fundamentally hostile people (including his accusations against the media/Trump/GOP of racism and sexism that by all appearances seem to be seeking brownie points from those who quite literally despise everything he truly stands for). Have you heard of Brendan Eich? Those sorts of empirical instances are what is referenced when stating "social conservatives" have little to no power.

In time, Romney may look back at his presidential failures as acts of mercy.