Hey Democrats, your time may be up sooner than you think

How much more ‘free stuff’ before we become Venezuela?

The thousand clowns are making even Donald Trump look good

Who wants to lose?

The consensus seems to be that Julian Castro got the biggest boost out of the first debate Wednesday (06-26-19) and that “Beto” O’Rourke is out of his league. Kamela Harris bloodied front-runner Joe Biden in Thursday’s installment of America’s Got Progressives and Pete Buttigieg held his own.

The best coverage comes from National Review, to which the Werkes subscribes now that the Weekly Standard is kaput. Here is NR’s Jim Geraghty:

The headline out of tonight’s debate is going to be Kamala Harris starting off the second hour by turning to Joe Biden and just kicking the snot out of him … Septuagenarians who have been in the Senate longer than I’ve been alive should probably avoid the term, “my time is up.”

Bernie Sanders stood out when standing next to the likes of Martin O’Malley, Lincoln Chafee, and Jim Webb. This is much tougher competition, and he’s having a tougher time.
It’s a shame Andrew Yang couldn’t be there tonight. . . . Oh, he was on stage? I must have blinked too many times. The man with a million ideas literally got three minutes over two hours to pitch his ideas. This is an egregious mismanagement of the debate by MSNBC, and the Yang Gang has every right to be livid over this.

Oh for a Sister Souljah moment!Wouldn’t it have been wonderful if Uncle Joe had said, “Look, I opposed ripping kids out of their neighborhoods and busing them clear across town to satisfy some ‘woke’ bean counter’s half-assed theory that certain kids cannot learn unless they’re seated next to certain other kids. Forced busing for integration wrecked our public schools and worsened race relations for a generation. I was against experimenting with kids’ lives then and I’m against it now.”

Julian or Julia? — Government-paid abortion for trans-gender males? Julian Castro, come on down!

True colors — Bill de Blasio quoting the murderous Ché Guevara? (the day after his debate Wednesday.)

Um, there’s that little matter of the … CONSTITUTION! — Bernie Sanders says he would rotate supreme court justices off the court.

Those were the days, my friends — Remember when Democrats were saying there was no crisis at the border? Now even A.O.C. is emoting for the cameras in front of a fence on an empty parking lot. No blue screen? What a phony!

As President on Day #1 — Joe Biden says his first act as President will be to defeat Donald Trump. (Must be his back-up plan if he loses the election.)

First call as President? — Democrat picks the obvious: New Zealand!

Blaska’s Bottom Line: We’ll say it again; Donald Trump and Republicans would be their own worst enemy were it not for Democrats bailing them out time after time.

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57 Responses to Hey Democrats, your time may be up sooner than you think

  1. Michael Mores says:

    History repeats itself. We all thought the Republicans would rip themselves apart during their massive debate season, and look what happened.

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    • old baldy says:

      Yup, look what happened. We ended up with a thin-skinned adulterous pathological liar with the vocabulary of a three year old and the attention span of a carrot. There is nowhere to go but up.

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  2. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    ​NBC’s Chuck Todd: “You may only get one shot in your first issue that you’re going to push. You get one shot that it may be the only thing that you get passed.

    What is that first issue for your presidency?”

    Joltin’ Joe on his first issue as POTUS, and I quote:

    The first thing I would do IS MAKE SURE THAT WE DEFEAT DONALD TRUMP, PERIOD!” (bolds/caps mine)

    It gets worse.

    The reaction from the real real brilliant, dialed in Lefty audience? It verily roars its unequivocal approval.

    Sometimes this stuff kinda writes itself, am I right?

    The Gotch

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  3. Dan B. says:

    The author of this blog uses government supported health care and has been for years. Has he ever had to worry about paying a medical bill or getting turned away at the clinic for inability to pay? No.

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  4. Tom Paine says:

    Just another example of the “objectivity” of the Chump Todd press. Biased and Balanced

    ;0

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  5. madisonexpat says:

    Open borders. Check
    Free healthcare and college for everyone on the planet that can get here. Check.
    Free abortions for men without penises. Check.
    Oprima numero dos for dumb stuff we don’t comprende.

    So far, so good.

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  6. Mike Plunkett says:

    As crazy as all this sounds, whomever the Dems run against President Trump will carry Dane County by 60+ percentage points………

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    • David Blaska says:

      Not crazy at all. Which means Trump will win the electoral college again.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      @Mike Plunkett;

      “whomever the Dems run against President Trump will carry Dane County by 60+ percentage points”

      It comes as no surprise that Madison (whose official is the Pink Flamingo and came within a vote-or-two of renaming Bassett Street [DISCLOSURE: The Gotch lived on N. Bassett for one school year] Ho Chi Minh Trail) has shown a considerable reluctance to allow any Conservative Element to gain traction.

      But they do it tolerantly…

      Anywho, not sure of your point, but it makes me think of this.

      Speaking to the midterm results, SanFranNan breathlessly intoned (04/10/2019) that a number of NY Congressional Districts (including the 14th currently occupied by the talented Ms. Alexandria OCRAZYo-Cortez) were gimmee tap ins, and shouldn’t be deemed anything else.

      She picked up a Glass Of Water and said, and I quote:

      This glass of water would win with a ‘D’ next to its name in those districts.”

      The Gotch

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  7. AnonyBob says:

    Any one of the ten on stage on either night made more sense and spoke with more candor, grace and intelligence than Trump ever has. He’s yours: you can have him.

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    • madisonexpat says:

      We ARE watching the same movie on two screens. I saw anger, deep unhappiness with our country, ridiculous levels of pandering and a cacaphony of confused people.

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  8. Sprocket says:

    Just so everyone is clear, let’s recap. Foreign trolls on Facebook are a national crisis. Wanting to open the borders to foreigners and buy their votes with citizenship and tax payer supplied free stuff is totally fine. If some of those foreigners wind up floating face down in the river on their way to the promised free stuff, it’s totally the fault of the people that didn’t want them to come in the first place (and also a sweet PR photo op). It’s also important encourage more foreigners to bring their kids along when they try to sneak in so they can be used as political leverage.

    The bottom line is the Democrats have realized demographics are destiny. Some are motivated by simple lust for power. Others, and I would suggest; most, are motivated by a fundamental animosity towards Anglo America, it’s history, culture and ethos, due to either racial resentment or political affinity with socialist/communist ideology. They have seized upon the hordes as a weapon to smash America.

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    • AnonyBob says:

      “Weapon to smash America.” The browns. Cynically paranoid with overtones of racism much? Yet a systematic, organized and highly effective effort to directly affect our national election by the intelligence services of a sworn enemy, while Trump encourages and jokes about it, is just trolling. Who’s the real threat to our Constitution and democracy? I see opposition to this rogue president as patriotic defense of our country. What’s your problem?

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      • Batman says:

        It’s not about skin color bobo. Your continuous projection of racism onto others displays a race obsession. Try to look beyond melanin for a change to expand your understanding of issues.

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      • madisonexpat says:

        If you are a threat to the POTUS other than voting and projecting ill will then you are the problem. Vote, vituperate, lie and be as miserable as possible during the Trump administration is fine (damn funny to some of us, even).

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    • richard lesiak says:

      So you think that a little kid in a cage who is kept hungry, denied soap, toothpaste, clean diapers, bed/blanket is part of a long range plan by the Dems to get votes?

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  9. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Lefties (most, not all) struggle mightily with even rudimentary nuance; conflating ILLEGAL immigration with immigration being just one on a long list of intellectual shortcomings.

    Why? It allows them to get all weepy for the right people that are breaking what shouldn’t be law in the first place. It also increases the audience for a political ideology that’s failed everywhere it’s been tried; and no, it doesn’t count that they truly believe otherwise in their enfeebled, nuance-averse minds.

    To wit:

    Weepy Lefty says: ”We used to stand as leader and friend to free people and people seeking freedom.”

    Reality counters: OUR children are too fat, or starving to death (depending on the narrative du jour), aren’t well-educated enough, don’t get adequate health care, won’t have the life expectancy/economic opportunities of their parents.

    Speaking of the the parents: they have wage stagnation, no savings, poor job prospects, are two days away from the dole themselves, the ones that aren’t already homeless will be by the end of the month, ad infinitum ad nauseum.

    And you want the U.S. to take on mucho mas more that will need services several orders of magnitude greater?

    While not a math/macro-economics guy, I learned a looooong time ago that, harsh as it appears, picking up strays isn’t a viable long-term strategy, regardless of how deftly it ramps one’s Gosh I’m Nice/Messiah Complex endorphins.

    In addition to providing more, More MORE high quality/quantity free $#!T to pacify Lefty’s currently domiciled base, how much longer do you believe the Leader And Friend To Free People And People Seeking Freedom can afford to continue as:
    *the world’s free haberdasher,
    *the world’s free clinic,
    *the world’s free landlord,
    *the world’s free smorgasbord,
    *the world’s free babysitter,
    *the world’s free mental health provider,
    *the world’s free jobs training/placement provider
    *the world’s free educator,
    *the world’s free transportation service,
    *the world’s free police force,
    *the world’s free disaster relief repository, etc., etc., etc.?

    And to a world that hated us long before Hope-n-Change delivered us from evil?

    Welp, hated us riiiiiight up until their time of need, [intermission] and incuriously commenced hating us riiiiiiiight after their empty hat had something (check clears) in it.

    Free (frē) adverb/adjective:
    At _The_Expense_Of_Others.

    The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      It certainly doesn’t look like all those little kids living (if you can call it that) are not getting any of this “high quality” free stuff you keep yapping about. Oh wait; it’s the contractors who are getting $750/day/kid who are getting our “high quality” tax money.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        @richard lesiak;

        “It is profitable, if one is wise, to seem foolish.” Aeschylus

        It is not “profitable” for you; guess why…?

        The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      “At the expense of others.” Like GM closing another plant in Michigan. US steel closing two of their units. Take the tax cuts and bailout money and then close down “at the expense of others.”

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        But, but, but, but, but, but, but, but don’t you remember; GM is ALIVE because of, like, you know, Hopey Changey bailing them out, am I right?

        Taxpayers lost $10.2 Billion…AM_I_RIGHT???

        And don’t forget GE and Jeffy Off-Shore ‘Em Immelt who was so impressive with his…um…relocating 30,000 plus jobs overseas that, (and this is where it gets GOOD!) Hopey Changey tabbed him as his Jobs Czar!

        Ah Lefty; so MUCH stupidity in your underlings, so little time!

        The Gotch

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        • richard lesiak says:

          We lost 52 billion. GM is not alive; it’s called induced coma. trump (lower case is mine) gave them huge tax breaks and cut regs; we got job cuts and closings. trump; “steel companies are opening plants everywhere”. HUH??? Trade wars are easy to win; we just give farmers 18 billion to keep them afloat and claim victory. gotch; living in a 2600 sq ft bubble surrounded by batdung and zoltar fortune telling machines.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @richard lesiak;

          Most with a shoe-size I.Q. are able to maintain modest consistency with their inane slobberings.

          You and your scatterbrained comments on “farmers?” Not so much.

          *You’re angry they get price supports,
          *You’re weepy so many are going under,
          *You’re angry they’re polluting the ground water,
          *You’re weepy because tariffs affect their prices, ad infinitum, ad nauseum.

          And you do so while stuffing your gaping pie-hole with what they produce; hypocrite!

          I’d recommend Ritalin©™® for that affliction, controlled psychopharmaceuticals for the others.

          The Gotch

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      • David Blaska says:

        Voting socialist should fix all that. Just ask Maduro.

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        • richard lesiak says:

          Ask the farmers who got to split up 18 billion in our SOCIALIST handout and more to come. That’s a lot of free money because trade wars are so easy to win.

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  11. madisonexpat says:

    How did those children at risk get here from so far away? Who incentivizes it? Who benefits from their suffering? That’d be the drug cartels, coyotes, Hard Left activists, the entire Democrat Party. And you, poor richard. You really dig it because its a stick you think can hurt the non Hard Left American citizens.

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  12. richard lesiak says:

    Wayfair employees didn’t protest giving kids beds. They took a stand, along with many consumers, who are demanding corporate responsibility. They sold the beds and then gave 100k to the Red Cross. It’s a moral issue for a lot of people who are becoming aware of where they spend their money and with who. Bank America, Wells Fargo and JP Morgan are no longer doing business with for profit private prisons and detention centers. Why? Because so many of their customers demanded it.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      @richard lesiak sticking up for clueless virtue signalers?

      Priceless!!

      Howse about The Gotch taking a stand and saying:

      “I don’t eat rancid donuts but demand you quit making them because, welp, just because”?

      The Gotch

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    • David Blaska says:

      As boycotts go, the Wayfair action is mighty peculiar. It would be one thing if the protests were against the sale of stun guns and rubber hoses to camp supervisors. But they’re protesting the sale of bedding! Can they really believe that nobody should sell bedding to the camp operators? — https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/06/28/wayfair-boycott-political-effectiveness-227251

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      • madisonexpat says:

        Dems say there is no crisis at the border, at least not until it becomes a photo op. The Hard left says there IS a problem at the border and it is capitalism.
        Some tell them the keeper immigrants want to be capitalists.

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      • richard lesiak says:

        Stun guns and rubber hoses are supplied to them free by DHHS. Who’s getting paid to answer the phone over there this week? The best job in DC is the one where you put names on doors. Constant turn over means lots of OT. We don’t even have an ambassador to Mexico.

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        • madisonexpat says:

          How far would you travel to get stun gunned (tasered?) or rubber hosed? When will you arrive and how do you like YOUR popcorn?

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        • richard lesiak says:

          Been tear gassed and clubbed. But that was in the 60’s. I was old enough and big enough to fight and spoke English. Big advantage. You?

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “Been tear gassed and clubbed.”

          THAT explains a lot!

          “I was old enough and big enough to fight and spoke English.”

          Yet that wet paper bag prevailed; TKO in the first.

          Spoke English is only accurate in the WAY past tense, am I right?

          The Gotch

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        • Michael Mores says:

          The fact that he spoke English refers to something that happened in the past. You spoke English when you were 10, right? It’s has nothing to do with what happens in the present.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Michael Mores;

          ”The fact that he spoke English refers to something that happened in the past.”

          Noted.

          “You spoke English when you were 10, right?”

          A discernibly incomplete version, yes.

          ”It’s has nothing to do with what happens in the present.”

          Now we’re getting somewhere. @richard lesiak’s abstruse misuse-n-abuse of the English language is the both the stuff of legend and cringe-inducing.

          Sloppy expression bespeaks sloppy thinking and sloppy reasoning.

          The Gotch

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  13. richard lesiak says:

    As far as boycotts are concerned it did exactly what was planned. Raised awareness of a moral issue. Someone finally broke down and bought a few beds after non-stop public pressure. Southwest Key Program Inc. 458mil, 943million, 958million past 3 years. Comprehensive Health Homestead 31 million to look after 1000 kids for 2018. Really? Southwest Key CEO 2010 269k. 2015 786k. 2016 1.5 million. You get the picture. I guess feeding kids Ramen, not buying toothpaste or soap pays really well. Once again American greed at the expense of little kids takes center stage. Maybe Maduro does have an answer; put the corrupt corporate officers and gov’t leaders in front of a wall and not for a picture.

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  14. madisonexpat says:

    poor richard at 10:29. I was smart enough to avoid being gassed or clubbed by anything. How many times did you get hit in the head? Did you like it?

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  15. madisonexpat says:

    When did he stop getting clubbed on the head? Did he?

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  16. Batman says:

    Little richie wrote:
    “Been tear gassed and clubbed. But that was in the 60’s. I was old enough and big enough to fight and spoke English.”

    Yeah I remember watching guys like you take the Billy club and it wasn’t pretty, however not sure why you’re bragging about being one of the slow and not so nimble protesters who took a beating because while you were in Home-Ec. learning how to fry donuts, me and my compadres were on the field effectively training to stand against the way the Vietnam war was being waged, although I suppose bleeding has its place in defiance.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      @Batman;

      Kudos; another Gut Laugh Leader Board entry!

      One might argue that, with a famously exploitable target, you’re taking low-hanging fruit.

      There’s a reason it’s low-hangin’, am I right?

      The Gotch

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  17. Batman says:

    Erratum:
    Actually, at the time me and my compadres were protesting against the war altogether.

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