Class acts!

 

IT’S ALWAYS a hoot to watch videos like the above. This one has the lovely Alicia Powe interviewing participants in the recent “Women’s March” in Washington D.C.

What stands out about these events is that the participants are colossally clueless. The Women’s March was particularly notable for two things — aside from cluelessness — Jew Hate and knitted versions of female reproductive organs squatting on their heads.

These are very classy people.

They loathe President Trump but are hard-pressed to state coherently why they feel that way. They just, ya know, do!

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A few months ago, I opened a Facebook account under my real name in large part to connect with my former colleagues in the newspaper business. I was appalled at what I encountered: rampant Trump hate.

I deleted the Facebook account soon after.

A few weeks ago, I exchanged emails with an old friend from those days. He also was in the news biz. I related that we had elected a screwy president recently in Mexico. His response was that Trump was even worse.

I asked what it was about Trump that he disliked. He responded that he was a (blankety-blank) liar. I asked if he could give me an example of Trump’s lying. I offered some documented examples of Democrat lies.

  1. If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.
  2. I did not have sex with (Monica Lewinsky).
  3. Bengazi was caused by a video.

I have not heard back from him.

I imagine he’s still hunting an example of Trump’s lying.

I wonder if he’s knitting female genitalia to put on his head.

41 thoughts on “Class acts!

  1. Yep. Kind of brings a tear to the eye, doesn’t it? Both eyes.

    I wonder what it takes in the good ole USA to have a reasonable, decent conversation regarding anything political.

    I do hope to live long enough to see it. But I’m running out of time.

    Do you find politics in Mexico this divisive ?

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    1. Ricardo: People do get worked up down here over politics, but not like what’s now happening in the United States, which is a situation that’s been shot into outer space. This is due, I think, in large part because political correctness is virtually unknown here.

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      1. If I remember correctly, it was last spring, on a beautiful sunny, warm day in D.C., when Trump said “Good morning.” Which completely refutes the rumors that Trump lies.

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  2. The generational shock of change is happening in the US and they don’t like it. Would rather have things the way they are/were.

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  3. These people will hate any one who isn’t a female Democrat. The bread and butter of the Democratic Party is hatred, jealousy and anger. They constantly say that someone else has it better than you, and by golly, if you elect us, we will make life a living hell for them.

    Their ultimate goal is make our nation a one-party kleptocracy.

    If they are LGBTxyz, they should just enjoy it and leave the rest of us alone. We don’t care, we don’t care, and we really don’t care.

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    1. Señor Gill: I surely do not care.

      I wonder what my parents (R.I.P.), lifelong, enthusiastic Democrats (as was I), would think of what the Democrat Party has evolved into.

      I am fond of the quote by a fellow named Robert Stacy McCain: “Once the party of the working man, Democrats have become the party of the screaming woman.”

      Sad.

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    2. Answer me a question, if you would be so kind. When you say “leave the rest of us alone,” are you stating that they have in some way infringed upon your rights? Just curious as to why people such as yourself view these people as some sort of threat to you personally.

      Don Felipe, I ask this respectfully. Not to stir the sh@t. But to try to better understand your and Robert’s thinking.

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      1. Gerard: “Leave the rest of us alone.” Robert considers himself, as do I, “the rest of us,” i.e. normal people. Included in that number are people trying to go about their lives without being dragged into PC battles against their will. The militant gay couples who request things from, say, bakeries that they know full well will be rejected politely, and they do it politely, are acting out of pure malice. When they get the reaction they knew they would get, they sue, and sometimes drive people out of business. These are truly vicious people.

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        1. OK, couldn’t be any clearer. Gracias. Well except for one detail. When you say normal, does that mean heterosexual?

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          1. Gerard: Homosexuality, of course, is not normal. It is a deviation from the norm. Does not mean you should persecute them, of course. But it’s certainly not normal. Hetero is normal.

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            1. Whether homosexuality is considered abnormal or not is beside the point when it comes to the law, where everyone is supposed to be equal no matter what. No one chooses their sexuality anymore than their race. No one should hold more rights or be denied equal rights than any other. But that isn’t always the case, is it? It has improved tremendously for minorities but it still isn’t equal.

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  4. If they want a gay wedding cake, maybe they should find a bakery that will gladly make them one. They shouldn’t force someone who doesn’t want to do it to make them a cake.

    If they want to get married, that is fine, but don’t expect a wedding gift from me.

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    1. The idea that commercial establishments must entertain all comers isn’t something that was made up by gay people wanting to buy wedding cakes. It’s long established in law. See Heart of Atlanta Motel vs. United States (Supreme Court, 1964) or much earlier from English Common Law (Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England, 1769).

      “If an inkeeper, or other victualler, hangs out a sign and offers his house for travellers, it is an implied engagement to entertain all persons who travel that way; and upon this universal assumpsit an action on the case will lie against him, if he without good reason refuses to admit a traveller.”

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      1. Creigh: As any honest district attorney will tell you, there’s the law and then there’s the law. It all floats in a sea of gray at times. Not always, but often enough. Let’s imagine that one of these malice-filled gay couples walked into a Muslim bakery and ordered a gay-themed cake. As in the Christian bakery, it would be refused. And if the gay couple loonily decided to press charges, how far would the case go? It would be stopped dead in its tracks, as you well know. Lack of cultural respect! Discrimination against Muslims! Whatever. That is the PC world in which America resides these dismal days. Tormenting Christians, of course, is perfectly acceptable. Desirable even. So much for the law being set in stone.

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      2. Creigh, P.S.: You know what would happen in some gay couple tried to get a Muslim (or Mohammedan, as I prefer to call them because it angers PC people) bakery to bake a wedding cake? First, they would be refused. And if they tried to take it to court, the DA would say it could not be prosecuted because of freedom of religion. Can’t prosecute the Mohammedans for practicing their religion. End of case. End of story. Take it to the bank.

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      3. Under federal anti-discrimination laws, businesses can refuse service to any person for any reason, unless the business is discriminating against a protected class. At the national level, protected classes include: Race or color. National origin or citizenship status.

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  5. The women’s march has dwindled down to an ugly deranged bunch of loons. The P hats are just stupid as well as all their signs, like “Pussy grabs Back.” There seems to be some sort of mass psychosis infecting the Democrats and their dutiful media. I’ve noticed that leftist commenters are making even less sense than a year or two ago. Their spelling and grammar is atrocious. And logic ? Not much. I found the latest fake news about the Catholic Covington kids especially intriguing. After making these kids look like racist white supremacists, they are having to reluctantly backpedal as the truth came out. In fact, the kids were the victims and the elder native drummer was the aggressor. He also lied about being a Vietnam vet. He was a fridge repair man. Now there is a Christian lawyer who has given all the MSM and Hollywood tweeters two days to retract and apologize or be sued for slander. I’m grabbing more popcorn. This should be good.

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    1. The man is a Viet Nam Era vet. I would like to see where he claimed to be a Viet Nam war vet which I happen to be. My brother spent 4 years in the Navy during the Viet Nam war. He never left stateside. He is considered a Viet Nam Era vet. Both he and the native American were lucky. But they had no input on whether they would spend time in Viet Nam or not. So they put their fate in the hands of Uncle Sam just like the rest of us. Actually, I was drafted, they volunteered. I wanted nothing to do with the military. They chose to be a part of it.

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    1. Those “students” were bussed by their school to D.C. under the guise of a field trip, to protest abortion. Churches that want to mess with politics should be taxed like everyone else.

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  6. I think he said he was a Viet Nam-era vet; it was fake news that penciled in the lies.

    I believe the VA considers one a Viet Nam vet if they spent at least one day in the country during the war. I am a Viet Nam vet; Don Felipe is a Viet Nam-era vet. Fake news could care less. It is all about telling the propaganda they need.

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      1. I am a USAF Vietnam vet. I spent 1961-64 in the western Pacific. That included a tour at Danang in 1962. The war had already “kicked in” at that time.

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        1. On August 4, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson announced that two days earlier, U.S. ships in the Gulf of Tonkin had been attacked by the North Vietnamese. Johnson dispatched U.S. planes against the attackers and asked Congress to pass a resolution to support his actions.
          I see this as the “official beginning” of our involvement in the area, but there probably was some unofficial activity.
          In September of 1965, I found myself there.

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          1. Señor Gill: I am currently in the middle of an superlative documentary series on the Vietnam War via Netflix, done by a couple of guys, Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. If you have not seen it, I recommend it a lot. It is fascinating.

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        2. Smoke: True, it was ambling along at that time, but it did not really kick in till a couple or three years later. Glad I missed it. I think it was the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution that is generally accepted as the real beginning of U.S. involvement. Of course, the French were mucking things up there long before that.

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          1. When I got there in September of 1965, there seemed to be an awful lot of U.S. equipment and personnel there already. Some of the infrastructure was left over from the French, but a lot of it was of U.S. origin. A lot of things had happened prior.

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            1. Señor Gill: No surprise there. LBJ was never very forthcoming about what was happening in Vietnam, and it just got worse as time passed. He was an awful president, one of the nation’s worst. Not just for the Vietnam War, but for destroying the black family and getting so many of them on welfare.

              He was a real doozy, and not in a good way.

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  7. Chief Phillips said he was a recon ranger. He was an electrical/refrigeration repair serviceman in the U.S. Army, according to his service record.

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