Screaming, ugly women

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Your Democrat Party on a normal workday.

RECENTLY I CAME upon a perceptive, if blatantly obvious, quote from a fellow named Robert Stacy Mccain:

Once the party of the Working Man, Democrats have become the party of the Screaming Woman.

I like the quote so much that I have added it up high to the other perceptive quotes listed in the right-side column here. One might alter the quote to make it more apt: “… the party of the (Unattractive) Screaming Woman.”

This is not being snarky. It is being accurate, and I think the fact that most of the screamers range from mildly unattractive to butt-ugly is relevant. The screamers are an unhappy lot, unhappy with their deranged, feminist lives.

The Screaming Women were front and center during the recent confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. But this aspect of the corrupt Democrat Party has been appallingly visible for years now.

And I leave you with the following:

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16 thoughts on “Screaming, ugly women

  1. Screaming women, or men for that matter, are automatically unattractive. But I get your point.

    Things have changed a lot, and it’s not looking good. Time to turn right.

    Vamanos!

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  2. Few people work anymore thus the breakdown of the Democratic Party for the Working Man. Their hands are stuck out like tantrum children wanting their lollipop.

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    1. Aw, Peggy, of course people work. But there are lots of folks with their hands stuck out for that “free stuff” the Democrats promise. Way too many people, and they invariably vote for Democrats. Have you seen that our president-elect, AMLO, is now promising free medical care all around just like they have in Canada and much of Europe, he says.

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  3. There are plenty of childish people amongst political activists. But, the screamers are currently taking the prize. I am surprised how they have not figured out the tactic is starting to hurt them at the polls. They should be cringing at this weekend’s poll results. By the way, that is not a complaint on my part.

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  4. There was a lovely bit of prose on my FB timeline today about being loving, etc. My instinct was to reply that as soon as Kamala Harris does, then I will. But I resisted.

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    1. Oh, Carole, Carole, Carole … still collaborating with Facebook? Do please cut it loose. You’re helping them. Life continues perfectly well without a FB account. Same for Twitter. Mull on it.

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    1. Señor Gill: They’re likely either on George Soros’s payroll or they’re enrolled at the Women’s Studies program at a university. Or both. And it’s more than sad. It’s potentially perilous. As for that red tsumani you cite, I pray so, but I always remain skeptical of these things. Remember that Hillary almost won, and that 50 percent of any population has a below-average intelligence.

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  5. You identify these women with the Democratic Party, which I find interesting.

    The Tea Party and the Occupy movements arose at around the same time, but whereas the Republican establishment embraced the Tea Partiers, the Democratic establishment definitely didn’t embrace Occupy. And that establishment prominently includes the Democrat’s last Presidential candidate.

    I think you’re significantly mischaracterizing the Democratic Party. That’s happening a lot lately.

    And yes, we hear a lot of establishment Democrats talking about women’s issues. But until I see some action I take that with the same large grain of salt that I take when Republicans talk about deficits when they are out of power.

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    1. Creigh: If the screamers vote at all, and many do, I imagine, you can take it to the bank that they vote Democrat. If you think otherwise, that’s okay. They certainly do not vote GOP.

      As for women’s issues, there are no women’s issues, in spite of all the hubbub, especially from the screamers. Women in America are free to do whatever they want, and they’ve had that freedom for a long, long time. Their opportunities are boundless. They are not oppressed in the slightest. Same applies to black Americans.

      Establishment Republicans have not been any better on deficits than have Democrats.

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    2. Creigh PS: I, like every single member of my family on both sides, voted Democrat for most of my life. They, the few that are still alive, continue that practice. I — like the late, great Charles Krauthammer — saw the light late in life. I hope the clouds part one day, and that same light shines down on you.

      Miracles happen.

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      1. Don’t feel bad about being a Democrat, you were in eminent company back then. Remember, 25 years ago Rick Perry was a Democrat and Elizabeth Warren was a Republican. In most parts of the South if you wanted to be in politics you had to be a Democrat.

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