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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / So very sorry Resident LibDerps
« on: September 06, 2019, 04:29:13 PM »

The golden retrievers and counselors will be arriving shortly, please stay put


(Also: New Fascists, New Thought Police, New (Old) Censorship Advocates/Enforcers etc. etc. etc.)

The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / It was a simpler time . . .
« on: July 22, 2019, 01:01:41 PM »
a time when a major Dem Party apparatchik could get up in front of an audience of LibDerp mouth breathers, with the VPOTUS in attendance and tell the roaring and appreciative LibDerp Nation crowd that they're going to send that gosh darn American-Indian back to wherever she came from.

Not sure if ChiCom Joe gave the ol double pistols . . .


After months and even years of listening to LibDerp Nation defend the well oiled political, bureaucratic and administrative entity known as the Puerto Rican government . . .  and how it was facing down an administration dead set on spending billions on rebuilding PR's amazing infrastructure which was a model of public service infrastructure for the entire world prior to the last Hurricane hitting (a stunning development in of itself of place nicknamed "Hurricane Alley").

I am now floored by these developments.

Translation:  The Governor is very corrupt

I'll pause here and let you source pearl clutchers get your little mini-meltdowns completed . . .

Absolutely disgraceful, but on the flip side you LibDerps should be fist pumping your collective asses off . . . your golden domed utopia of virtually unbridled Federal spending is upon us.

So let's review:   

Catch and Release is rolling at a faster pace than ever before

Trump is deporting people at a slower pace than the original kid cager, Barry "bomb everybody" Obama. 

Federal Spending is all time record highs

Yet, you're still absolutely  :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: 24/7/365

Amaze . . .

The House of Reps has remained almost wholly unchanged since 1930, except for a period when Alaska and Hawaii were allowed a minimum of 2 reps as they entered the union.

As the population grows the ratio of rep to people expands, it's obviously at its highest ever and will continue at that pace barring expansion or substantial depopulation (which some radical LibDerps hope for, not them of course)

Or . . . the break up of the United States which some LibDerp residents on this board hope for.   

Your party needs you your money.

Here's the first part for those of you too dumb to use

The DNC Has Spent More Money Than It’s Raised This Year
The Democratic National Committee has a money problem. And that could hurt its nominee’s chances of beating President Donald Trump in 2020.

In the first four months of 2019, the party spent more than it raised and added $3 million in new debt. In the same period, its Republican counterpart was stockpiling cash.

Democratic donors overall have been generous, pouring three times as much into their party’s presidential and congressional campaigns in the first quarter of the year than Republicans gave to their national office-seekers. But the DNC isn’t benefiting from the same donor enthusiasm, putting at risk its ability to help the nominee take on Trump, donors said.

Whoever wins the party’s nomination will rely heavily on the DNC in the general election for organizing, identifying voters and getting them to the polls. That will ultimately cost hundreds of millions of dollars by election day, but the party needs to spend early to prepare, which is why it’s been borrowing money. It’s also sending out fundraising appeals under the presidential candidates’ names, something it’s never done before.

"It’s trouble, it’s going to affect us," said Allan Berliant, a Cincinnati-based Democratic bundler, who says the party needs to open offices and get boots on the ground around the country. "All of that starts with fundraising," he said.

Party officials and fundraisers blamed the deficiency on several factors, and chief among them is competition from the 23 Democrats who are running for president and vacuuming up contributors’ cash. Giving to the party isn’t as compelling as supporting the presidential hopefuls, said John Morgan, an Orlando-based trial attorney and Democratic fundraiser.

“Do you want to fix up the barn or do you want to bet on the horses?” he said.

But major donors also pointed to the perception of some contributors that the national party is disorganized -- a hangover from the 2016 election. The growing schism between the old-guard establishment and the younger, activist wing could be discouraging donors, too, they said.

Fundraising Compared
By the end of April, the DNC had collected contributions of more than $24.4 million, but had spent $28.4 million, according to the latest disclosures. It had $7.6 million cash on hand, $1 million less than in January. It posted $6.2 million in debt, including bank loans and unpaid invoices to vendors, Federal Election Commission records show.

That compared with the Republican National Committee, which thanks in part to Trump’s non-stop fundraising since winning the White House had $34.7 million in the bank and no debt. It raised nearly $62 million so far this year, two-and-a-half times the DNC’s haul.

Barack Obama attends a DNC fundraiser in 2011.

Photographer: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images
Typically the party with the incumbent president seeking reelection raises more money than the opposition, FEC records show. The DNC, for example, outraised the RNC by more than $20 million in 2011 when President Barack Obama was in the White House.

DNC officials said they aren’t worried, pointing out that the party has raised $3.7 million more this year than it had at the same time in 2015. Campaign-finance rules, however, disallow spending most of that on voter turnout or messaging and limit it to legal expenses, the national convention or the DNC headquarters.

‘Fundraising Machine’
Democratic rainmakers said contributions should pick up as the crowded field of presidential hopefuls thins. "We will have the largest and most enthusiastic fundraising machine that the Democrats have ever seen," said Chris Korge, a longtime Democratic bundler who took over the party’s fundraising operation in May. The Miami-based attorney and investor said he’s educating donors on how the party is investing its funds, and said money won’t be a problem, even if Republicans outraise it.

Democratic donors elsewhere have been generous. From January through March, 16 presidential candidates collectively raised $77 million, or $3 million more than Trump’s committees and the Republican National Committee combined. That follows the 2018 midterms in which Democratic committees of every type spent $525 million more than Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.





Project, don't yell or scream

Make your signs readable

Stifle usual violent tendencies

Catchy and smart beats profane


Just another twist in the weirdest presidency in modern U.S. presidential history.

Reasons for Spying Bernie Sanders/Sanders Family and Campaign:

-Clear and obvious ties to Russia/Soviet Union
-Communist Sympathizer
-Family already investigated for substantial illegality and financial malfesance
-Multi-Million Status despite a lifetime of politics and espousal of socialist processes and politics


Remember, by the rules of LibDerp Nation, any all contact with foreign entities/representatives in any sort of fashion that appears to be clandestine is colluding with enemies of the United States.

LibDerp Nation Leaders:  Pffft, Logan Act, What Logan Act?

Given how you guys hate-hate-hated this guy because he didn't do your hero, the Mega-Corrupt Hillary Clinton any favors and likely hurt her chances at becoming President.

This has got to be a fist pumping moment for you all . . . congrats!!

in a stunning (not really) turn of events, Elijah and wife appear to be the next series of LibDerp Nation Icons to be running a charity for profit scheme.   Don't worry, this isn't Bill and Hillary level stuff.

At the same time she heads CGPS, Mrs. Cummings heads a for-profit consulting firm called Global Policy Solutions, LLC, whose operations appear to have been indistinguishable from those of CGPS. The two entities have shared office space, telephones, etc., all of which are flagrant violations of the Internal Revenue Code.

and also got that "we came, we saw, he died" T-Shirt

8 years later and nothing is settled in Libya but a lot of suffering.

it reads like something straight out of the 1950's-60's-70's CIA Soviet Hyper Paranoia Playbook.  LibDerp Nation:  Masters of the Paranoid  :jeffy: :jeffy: :jeffy: :jeffy:

LibDerp Nation:  Defining and redefining useful idiot(s)

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