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Showing posts with label GOP. Show all posts
Showing posts with label GOP. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

An Unpopular Reality: US Racism




We will start this post with a reminder of how some people deal in race and promulgate utter racism. The recent professional tennis Open loss for Serena Williams is for another post. What follows is yet another example of manifest racism with obvious origins in nefarious, deviate example conservative minds.


As you know Serena Williams loss her Finals match to Haitian/Japanese Naomi Osaka. Well, have a look at what is not very different than many pics of Brack Obam and his family as he served as the nation's 44th President.



Ugly depiction eh?


Well, allow for a bit more ugly straight out of conservative America.

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Before you seek to find a remedy in Photoshop or think in terms of Democrat Party subterfuge, here is a link to Yelp in the local market.

Glenda Rollman ("Welfare Queen")
14450 Rollman Road
Shawneetown, IL 62984 
Phone: Show Number 

Glenda Rollman is a privately held company in Shawneetown, IL and is a Single Location business.

Categorized under Cash Grains (Unclassified). Our records show it was established in 2002 and incorporated in Illinois. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of 108034 and employs a staff of approximately 1.

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To think, we have people who actually will stand on camera or write a sentence denying the racist inner of the GOP and vast numbers of its supporters and members.





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Friday, August 31, 2018

As Trump's World Turns; "Zero" Increase For Federal Employees; Trump's Disapproval At 60%





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"I have determined that for 2019, both across the board pay increases and locality pay increases will be set at zero."
Imagine an almost billionaire along with a Congress of predominant millionaires with the prospect of an anvil of a pay increase for federal workers at their whim. Now consider that same set of US politicians not long ago passed and signed a major tax cut for the nations most wealthy taxpayers while using the same legislation to sneak middle class and lower income tax hits on other Americans. 

MarketWatch

Millionaires on average will get an extra $69,660 boost. Those with less than $10,000 will get an extra $10 to play with. 
The percentage change also skews upward, with the best benefits accruing to the $500,000 to $1 million bracket. The $50,000-to-$75,000 bracket sees a 1.6% benefit.
Things change however once 2025 rolls around. If no change is made, what were tax cuts will become tax hikes, even relative to current law.
Another look via Time

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While the charts and the reality of Trump's "zero," remark are now folded into US History, the sad reality isn't mitigated in any manner. 

And last night Trump laid another lie-egg on his audience.

I distinctly recall reading Paul Ryan's comments regarding "entitlement" programs as he defended the Trump/Ryan tax cuts.

"Zero!" for federal employees, unless the GOP Congress passes legislation to offset Trump's elitist disregard form middle America.

How did Senator Ben Cardin respond  when asked about Trump's  budget letter including the word "Zero?"

CNN
"Zero. This seems to be how much respect President Trump has for federal workers," wrote Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Maryland, in a statement. "It is outrageous and hypocritical that after spending billions of taxpayer dollars on unnecessary tax cuts for the wealthy and big corporations -- and as the President boasts about the 'great' state of the American economy, that suddenly the White House finds that there is zero money left to pay a minimal cost-of-living adjustment to the patriotic, dedicated public servants."
Is there any wonder a recent ABC/ Washington Post Poll shows Trump's approval rating is slipping into the darkness. Of course, Republicans nationwide support Trump at the 90% level, rational Americans continue to find the nation's 45th president a manner close to abhorrent.

Poll linked.
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Sunday, August 26, 2018

Texas Senatorial Race: Beto O'Rourke





Texas Senator Ted Cruz has an opponent, Beto O'Rourke, in the coming fall elections who is polling within striking distance of the GOP's number one zany man in the Senate. The Senator who almost single-handedly facilitated a short shutdown of the federal government a few years back and a Senator who has warmed Trump despite candidate Trump's disparaging both his wife and father in the 2016 GOP Primaries.

It seems Cruz could move from "warm to Trump" to snuggling with Trump as we move closer to the November mid-terms.

While I realize for some of you, civil rights isn't a voting impetus (for the lack of a better word) issue. However, It is important to recognize Civil Rights issues are but a marble roll away from human rights issues and let's be frank the GOP is not about the business of Human Rights and the party is darned near averse to Civil Rights.

In the context not Trump's diverse strategy regarding NFL Players and the National Anthem. 


He is a long shot against Cruz but a refreshing thought.  Actually, it is a shame I cannot vote for Beto.

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Sunday, August 12, 2018

Sen. Tim Scott Is The Only Republican To Sign On To The Anti-Lynching Bill



Pure Republicanism!

I often wonder why African-Americans support the GOP. Yes, I understand the need for some human beings to overstep all rational existence via reaching to differentiate themselves from another group they literally stand as utter fools. In the context of this past that Pother group: happens to be other African-Americans. As I move through the piece it is important to remind readers African-American who claim and affiliate with conservative Amercian refuse to refer to themselves in the commonly accepted vernacular of "African-American." You refer to them as "black" or do not refer to them with any skin color phraseology at all.  well, an ideal state which has not come to be in the US. 

A few examples are clear. Clarence Thomas and his confessed hatred of his "blackness' and year after year of disassociation from the black community while so diligently working to associate with the GOP he often makes himself appear pathetic. Another well-known example...


"I am an American. Black. Conservative," he said, punctuating each aspect of his self-identity. "I don't use African-American, because I'm American, I'm black and I'm conservative. I don't like people trying to label me. African- American is socially acceptable for some people, but I am not some people."
While the vast majority of "black" conservatives work to disassociate from African-American it should be noted they to the person claiming the GOP. The next and logical question is why doesn't the GOP work to at as a minimum to offer some degree of support for slam-dunk humane issues?  Before the following segment allow me a moment to answer the question.

First, the part, movement, and conservative America don't give one damn about Americans who are not white. The statement may appear harsh, but the reality is irrefutable. Another consideration is the basic paradigm of the Conservative mind: Ayn Randism and the reality of their "It doesn't affect me" psyche.  On a tertiary basis and probably the most influencing of them all, GOP politician will not go against the underlying core values of their constituents.  If the politician signs on with legislation or measures which only addresses the African-American community, the politician risks the wrath of all things conservative among their constituents. Basically, and in much more simple terms. Give the constituents what they want and avoid that which would raise their eyebrows. 

The need for an anti-lynching bill is a bit perplexing, but still a measure only one GOP Senator supported. The one supporters: Southern Carolina's Tim Scott.

Crooks & Liars



Sen. Tim Scott Is The Only Republican To Sign On To The Anti-Lynching Bill: Sen. Tim Scott could not explain why no other Republican in the Senate is supporting his anti-lynching legislation.

Well.....

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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

As Trump's World Turns: Anchor Babies Anyone





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So Trump doesn't believe babies born to undocumented immigrants should receive citizenship status?  Wonder if we dig deeper we find Trump and his party means, brown babies?

"Anchor Babies?"

Trump on the campaign trail in 2015/16.



The framers of the US Constitution clearly intended the 14th Amendment would address US 'birthright" issues. 
Constitution of United States of America 1789 (rev. 1992)
Amendment XIVSection 1
All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Take a moment a watch and listen to what some considered a more rational candidate and Trump opponent in 205/16.



These kids will have the right to live and work here, receive social services and when they turn 21, they will have the right to sponsor their parents for an American Green Card.

As we look across the ethnic and cultural spectrum, we wonder if Trump and his party will start to pay attention to a growing reality. The reality of well-off Russian women coding to the US to deliver babies.  



Intriguing and disappointing at the same time. Intriguing regarding the prospect some of the babies might one day follow Russian operatives in service to Moscow in undercover roles. Disappointing the GOP, conservative America, and Trump finding apparent issues with Russian women delivering babies in the US.

What differentiates South of our border people from Russians? Oh, the answer is so very simple. you answered the questions in your mind. If you didn't discern the difference you are not being honest even with yourself.
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Sunday, May 27, 2018

1500 Immigrant Children Unaccounted For; Blame Dems




It's not 'cruel' to separate families at the border — children will be 'put into foster care or whatever'

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Allow this as a start to the perfect example of an American long gone and a future of horrors. Trump blames a sick and unfathomable immigration policy of Democrats.

Now the horror.

"....or whatever."

If you know US politics (Ideology and practice) you know conservatives and their GOP are vehement in their opposition to immigration. The US is comprised of over a hundred million people who oppose the very fabric (immigration the 18th century) which was a foundation of the so-called "New World." Immigration to escape horrific conditions in their native countries is actually more aptly called refugees. In fact, if the history offered to us as children is correct, (and we have evidence it was not always correct) many who joined the New World were a variant of refugees for a better life. The nation has roots in immigration and yes, some were refugees. Yet, to think such seems far from the historic paradigm of the GOP.

As the standard barrier for the GOP and conservative America, Trump certainly foretold his handling of issues related to Immigration while declaring an intent to run in 2016. Trump's formal announcement after his now infamous escalator charade. 

After one year we are hearing this based on the Trump Administration policy of separating immigrant children from their parents. Let's make certain the scene is clear/ We have ICE agents who have been ordered to take children from parents and facilitate housing the children in barracks?  As you will see and hear in the following video segment (and it runs 11 plus minutes for good reason) some of the children (1500) are unaccounted for (excuse the ending preposition). 

Trump's Chief of Staff recently responded to a question from an NPR host regarding the policy of using family separation as a means to an end.
On the administration's recently announced "zero tolerance" policy that calls for separating families who cross the border illegally and prosecuting them 
"Let me step back and tell you that the vast majority of the people that move illegally into the United States are not bad people. They're not criminals. They're not MS-13. ... But they're also not people that would easily assimilate into the United States, into our modern society. They're overwhelmingly rural people. In the countries they come from, fourth-, fifth-, sixth-grade educations are kind of the norm. They don't speak English; obviously that's a big thing. ... They don't integrate well; they don't have skills. They're not bad people. They're coming here for a reason. And I sympathize with the reason. But the laws are the laws. ... The big point is they elected to come illegally into the United States, and this is a technique that no one hopes will be used extensively or for very long."
Could Trump have found a more facilitating authoritarian who consistently exhibits bigoted rhetoric as an indicator of his personal ideology? I suggest not as Chief of Staff. Kelly facilitates as effectively as another well-known adviser to international leaders who governed in autocratic states. A dangerous reality.

Kelly sought to clarify his statement, but remarks following his initial comments fall in the same overfilled basket of: "Oh I was inarticulate." A basket with a rare exception for a couple of cases of Dems misspeaking (e.g. Harry Reid on Obama's race as a potential candidate) is a basket as filled with GOP statements as your childhood Easter basket.

The Boston Globe ran a piece regarding Kelly's background and it reveals what we have come to expect from conservative America: Do as I say, not as I live.

Again the MSNBC segment which follows is not a short segment it runs a full 11 minutes and slightly longer. however, if you fail to educate and inform yourself, you are as guilty of facilitating-acquiescence to Trump's draconian policy as those who crafted the policy. Yes, a group of people associated with Trump sat in meetings to devise a policy which has led to a most shameful of policies.



A day later and after a barrage of concern expressed via social media and with the full expectation of what will come after the Hayes interview, Trump took to friendly media with typical carnival barking. "M13, M13, M13........."  Trump has supported Kelly's statement via doubling down on references to immigration as a path for M13.  

Speaking of the horrors of a Los Angles originated gang in no way works at rationalizing the policy of separating children from parents.  Especially when the policy and practices lead to 1500 children someplace on Earth with no hope of a future...and possibly in the hands of abusive people. 

"....or whatever."

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Friday, February 23, 2018

"....good guy with a gun."



Image result for good guy with a gun CPACThe Chief gun purveyor for the firearm Identity, LaPierre continues to make an utter fool of himself with the tired mantra. He insists on feed obviously conservative sycophants the line "the only defense against a bad with a gun is a good guy with a gun." 
Well.........

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

GOP Trump Rationalizer, Kingston, Doubles Down & Crisis Actors





Before we start, know the following includes reference to an apparent strategy to respond to the Parkland Florida killings via blaming Left-leaning organizers for rallying high school kids. We assert the strategy has to reach all the way into the White House as we heard the similar reports on multiple media. Conservatives do not go maverick; they follow lockstep talking points developed at the highest levels in their party. That said, it is fair to note Trump talking heads are appearing on CNN today denying the strategy comes from their Chief Carnival Barker.

Yesterday noted CNN conservative and Trump presstitute, Jack Kingston, followed the post-Parkland Florida killings talking points like a real trooper.  It is apparent via watching all media the White House has decided to combat and respond to the killing of 17 people (15 high school kids) with a push-back strategy which is pathetic and shameful beyond belief. "The kids are being organized by uber-wealthy liberals and operatives on the Left." Yes, of course, and Obama wiretapped Trump's New York Tower and he did so safer while serving eight years as President despite his birth in Kenya.

Take a few minutes a view what seems comparable to what Germans must has experienced during Hitler's rise to power: unabashed propaganda. 


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The full segment follows.



And today, it seems CNN again booked Kingston for another segment of Trumpism.

Media Matters


ANDERSON COOPER (HOST): Jack, I do want you to address something. On New Day, you said -- you suggested that the students who are advocating for gun control have somehow been hijacked by left-wing groups, and that there is no way for them to rally nationwide without left-wing help. 
JACK KINGSTON: Well, I have a lot of concern of these kids, I'm a father of four, and I've been to many, many high schools all over Georgia talking to children, and I think when they're in an emotional state, they deserve to be heard, they deserve to be listened to, and I expressed that on the show also that I believe they're sincere. This is a horrible tragedy. Their hearts are broken. 
But also know that the state senator from there is facilitating their bus trip up to Tallahassee, which, when I was in the general assembly, by the way, was illegal to do something like that, to pay for somebody to lobby. The Democrat Party there is doing it, but what the big -- 
COOPER: So, you think they are - you think they are being hijacked by left-wing groups? 
KINGSTON: I think -- and I was referring to the national rally. It would shock me -- and I hope I'm wrong, I really do hope I'm wrong. But it would shock me if 17-year-olds around the country -- and lord, I agree with you, Van, very articulate, very sincere -- but it would shock me if they did a nationwide rally and the pro-gun control left took their hands off. 
[...]KINGSTON: I can say this, that as Rahm Emanuel famously said, "Never waste a good crisis."
It would be easy to simply accept Trumpism as a growing menace to the world and sit back hoping it will all come to an end in the near future.  The challenge is for rational Americans to take what Trump's propagandist and presstitutes dish out and help to spread facts and call out the lies upon hearing the lies.   

While I often criticize CNN for its business model of broadcasting point-counterpoint guest to entertain its viewers, it is important to view and hear the words of Kingston as an indication of what will be like if Trumpism isn't squashed. 

If you want to see the extent of Rightwing propaganda you may have seen or may even have spread. MSNBC's Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle offer a nascent example wort of all contempt.  Before the segment know that Donald Trump Jr. has also spread social media posts of this propaganda.


Did you spread that garbage?

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Monday, February 5, 2018

Eric Swalwell Sets Tucker Carlson Afire





Image result for seditiousDuring a recent Fox News segment Tucker Carlson was driven to on-air insanity by a crafted and smooth former California prosecutor,  Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.)who now serves as a member of the US House of Representatives. 

We have posted a quick excerpt from the segment. The moment just before Carlson blew a gasket about what seems an accurate depiction of current GOP efforts to support Donald Trump and his Russian escapades. 

Then, Swalwell pointed the finger at Carlson again:

“You're peddling the narrative that the Trump administration is putting out, which also is the Putin narrative because they're retweeting this with their Russian bots. If you're on the same side as WikiLeaks and Putin, you should take a step back and wonder whose bidding are you really doing?”
All done with this unserious, seditious garbage, @RepSwalwell tells Tucker Carlson that he's straight out working for Putin. Tucker freaks. https://t.co/GdT24J4Cx1
— Eric Garland (@ericgarland) February 4, 2018


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Thursday, January 11, 2018

GOP Congressionals Calling It Quits



The 2016 General election resulted in the election of Donald J. Trump to the US Presidency as the 45th a cast of great, less than great and horrific presidents. As 11 months in the Oval Office have passed, it is clear Trump will take his pace in the archived cast of US Presidents as the bottom dweller.

His status as the worse president in US history was foretold for those who are serious about life int he nation as we move into the 21st Century. His performance also wouldn't surprise those who voted for the TV reality show real estate businessman based on their love of Trump and celebrity sycophancy.  They are getting exactly what they wanted entertainment of the worse order.  From daily lies (totaling over 2,000 via the New York Times) through many inattentive public ramblings, through total disregard for campaign lies replete with flip-flops and evidence of in your face campaign lying, Trump is carving US History like non-other. 

Along with Approval Ratings as historic lows, Trump is also shepherding GOP congressional representative decision to forsake their seats at a record pace.

The list of Republicans who have declared hey will not compete for their current seats as we move towards the fall Mid-term elections follows. One member responded in the affirmative to a CNN host's question regarding his decision to not seek re-election including consideration of Donald Trump.

Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN),
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Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ),

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Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT),
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Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL),
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Rep. Dave Reichert (R-WA),

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Rep. Dave Trott (R-MI),
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Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ),
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Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA),
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Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX),
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Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX),

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Rep. Sam Johnson (R-TX),
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Rep. Lynn Jenkins (R-KS),
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Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA),
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Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX),
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Rep. Jimmy Duncan (R-TN),

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Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA),

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Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX),
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Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX),
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Rep. Gregg Harper (R-MS),

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Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA),
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Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA).
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