G.O.P. does not stand for Get Out and Purge

‘Nothing can stop what is coming.’

That’s the dire warning some of our MAGA acquaintances are posting on social media. They posted the same apocalyptic claptrap before the January 6 assault on the nation’s electoral process. No winning hearts and minds for these folk. The Republican Geheime Staatspolizei is hunting RINOs. Informants wanted.

For these purists, Reagan’s 80 percent friends are their 20 percent enemies. Are there too many Republicans? Is that the problem?

Republicans no longer need believe in life begins at conception, free markets, strong military, election integrity, low taxes, balanced budgets, equality of opportunity (not results), safe streets, school choice, and color-blind, limited government. Apparently.

Lone holdout against Nazi salute

The MAGA folks have coalesced around what the communists call the cult of personality — that personality being You Know Who. Their creed: the 2020 presidential election was stolen. Not the 12 Democratic House seats that Republicans flipped across the nation. Just the one. The absurdity of Hugo Chavez-jiggered voting machines is no impediment to this sacred belief. There are still those who believe Antifa stormed the Congress just to give the Proud Boys a bad name.

All of which is to say, the Werkes admires Liz Cheney as a profile in courage. If she has to go as Republican conference chair, so be it. Politics ain’t fair. Yes, we need the MAGA folk in our party. Blaska does not purge. Joe Stalin purged. Mao, Saddam, and Pol Pot purged. In contrast, real Republicans like Tommy Thompson preached: build the tent!

“The 2020 presidential election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is spreading THE BIG LIE, turning their back on the rule of law, and poisoning our democratic system.” — Liz Cheney, R-WY

The Big Lie

This is about whether the Republican Party is going to perpetuate lies about the 2020 election and attempt to whitewash what happened on January 6,” Cheney’s spokesman said. “Liz will not do that.” Republicans will thank Liz some day but not next Wednesday 05-12-21 when her defenestration is scheduled to go down.


•   One thing is certain — whoever ascends to the job if Cheney is kicked out will have to be willing to maintain strategic silence about something that shouldn’t be controversial, but is for House Republicans: The election wasn’t stolen.‘ — The Dispatch.

•   GOP leaders shouldn’t have to lie about 2020 to keep their job. Even as President Biden proposes the largest expansion of government in decades, Mr. Trump is spending his energy settling scores in his own party. He’s thrown his loyal Vice President over the side because Mike Pence refused to pull an unconstitutional stunt to invalidate the pro forma Electoral College count on Jan. 6. As ever with Mr. Trump, everything is always about him.’ Wall Street Journal.

•   You don’t have to squint at the results to find Republicans who were demoralized by Trump’s false claims and his rabble-rousing. There are those who, after Georgia, were demoralized by the riot. Cheney’s views do not represent a majority. Not even close. But room for the sentiment she represents may be crucial to actually rebuilding a majority in purple states and to holding Republican institutions together. — National Review.


Blaska’s Bottom Lines: What was the name of that congressman who traveled to Wyoming to diss Cheney on her home turf? Republican in good standing Matt Gaetz! We can’t win if we believe in the tooth fairy. Joe Biden is doing his best to elect Republicans. Why can’t we let him?

Who is YOUR profile in courage?

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53 Responses to G.O.P. does not stand for Get Out and Purge

  1. Good Dog, Happy Man says:

    Dave,

    Caution: Trigger Warning for GOP Moderates. Read at your own risk.

    I think it’s rather hypocritical to use the homepage picture of @Strident Conservative to bolster your own middle-of-the-road, wishy-washy, tolerant, but enlightened, RINO-style politics.
    Even though you might identify as one, … you, sir, are no Strident Conservative.
    Are there any Conservative foundational beliefs you wouldn’t compromise?

    Do you really believe that Republicans no longer need to believe that Life begins at conception, in free markets, strong military, election integrity, low taxes, balanced budgets, equality of opportunity (not results), safe streets, school choice, and color-blind, limited government?

    Apparently.

    Conference Chair Liz Cheney, … who like her father never met a war he didn’t like, … has got to go.
    “Yes, we need the MAGA folk in our party. Blaska does not purge.” Good for you, Dave, very tolerant, but Cheney believes Trump supporters are an expendable, acceptable sacrifice to be made on the altar of NeverTrump GOP purity. She’s repeatedly told the Big Lie that there were no 2020 election irregularities. If you believe that, I’ve a bridge to sell you. Cheap. She’s the enemy within, and she’s divisive to the core beliefs of every GOP voter. Conservatives don’t need another weak-teat NeverTrumper in leadership. That’s why we have D卐M☭CRATS, the hive-minded Ms. Media and NeverTrump RINOs: … John McCain, Mitt Romney, Charlie Sykes, Bill Kristol, Jonah Goldberg, et. al.. With friends like her, (and she’s NOT our friend), … who needs enemies?

    It’s true, politics is a Cult of Personality, but without his willingness to Make America First, and his bumptious, blue-collar billionaire businessman personality, President Trump would never have been elected. Oh, did his mean tweets offend you? Did they hurt your feelings? Oh, my gunny sacks! Grow a spine. Rub some dirt on your tender feelings and grow a thicker epidermus. It’s be better than you clutching your pearls, finding your safe space and the nearest fainting couch. It’d be much better for the GOP, too.

    You gotta stand for something, or you’ll fall for anything and everything.
    Like my old homeboy Martin Luther said, “Here I stand.”

    GDHM

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    • sentient7 says:

      GDHM… I’m wid ya on all points, save one: We cannot allow Trump to become the nominee for 24. Simple rationale based on practical realities, IMO –>
      1. Trump’s negative baggage is too great, for a host of distinct reasons. …yes, much more than his practice of repeating himself, over and over……and over. More than is middle school vocabulary. We have Biden’s agenda today because Trump, was Trump.
      2. Even if he could get elected, Trump doesn’t have the ability to purge the swamp, let alone the FBI and DOJ. Yet, that is or should be the first priority. Consider Trump’s poor judgement for the Supreme Court vacancies. They all vote like libtards. Consider the “great” Bill Barr, another failure.
      3. Consider Trump’s failure to expose the deep state with documents and evidence. What happened to all incriminating papers that he declassified and promised to release to John Solomon? By allowing Haspel to censor their release, it made documentation of corruption appear mythical, like so many other Trump exaggerations, even though they were factual.
      4. To excape Biden’s totalitarianism, we need a victory at the polls. Trump can’t do. It is just that simple. Trump can’t gain the confidence of the marginal voters that we need.

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    • David Blaska says:

      Trump served his purpose. Screwed the pooch on January 6.

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    • georgessson says:

      GDHM: Possibly, just possibly yer right. But to my way o’ thinkin’, MODERATE is the place to be. Remember fellas like uber-lib Mayor/Citizen Dave are trying to ease into that, too. I recall when important issues were dealt w/ by BOTH parties. That’s not a sign of weakness, and R.R. knew it. That’s how things like all your “Life begins at conception, in free markets, strong military, election integrity, low taxes, balanced budgets, equality of opportunity (not results), safe streets, school choice, and color-blind, limited government” move FWD.

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    • Liberty says:

      So much to agree with on your excellent post, GDHM.

      Establishment Republicans still refuse to see why Trump appealed to so many of us. They refuse to accept that the party has changed and that we no longer are satisfied with the status quo. They continue to pigeonhole and insult us, almost as badly as the Democrats do, not realizing that their arrogance and tone deafness is pushing us away.

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  2. Michael R. says:

    Why aren’t you using the term “cancel culture” in this post? If this doesn’t qualify, what does? Isn’t this the crowd that gave us the “F*** your feelings!” tshirts and decried political correctness? Republicans are backing a loser here (Trump) and shouting about their participation trophies. Be consistent, Dave.

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  3. sentient7 says:

    Your blog, Dave and your freedom to smear, insult, and attack straw arguments. Did you persuade me with your virtue signaling? “No.”

    Why do you fear honest dialogue about the election? Do you really believe by evading uncomfortable facts that you’ve persuaded others? Clever wordsmithing is not compelling logic, at least for those of us who do have open minds about empirical facts.

    Seems your emotion satisfaction is reified each time you re-read your own posts. Maybe you unknowingly caught the psychological tic disease from Trump.

    BTW, can you explain why the “attackers” on January 6 stayed within ropes? why they did not loot or burn? why they did not deface the paintings? ” Attack” “violent attackers” Yes, the analysis of Sykes and Cheney.

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    • David Blaska says:

      “Stayed within the ropes”! Did you miss the smashing glass? January 6 was not a Capitol Tour. BTW: Check out Kriewald’s comment: “My only regret is that they weren’t armed to the teeth and didn’t leave the Rotunda strewn with the bodies of every Democrat they could lay their hands on.”

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  4. Balboa says:

    Disagree, Purge Every Last Globalist from the party under their leadership they compromised and lead this nation into expensive foreign wars and lead to the rise of the sole economic superpower China. They sold this country out from the boardrooms across the nation to the highest bidders. We are like the early 20th Century Ottoman empire now in perpetual decline.

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  5. A Party of One says:

    Dave,
    After the Maricopa audit is finished, we will decide if you are hero or zero.

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    • David Blaska says:

      And the Gong Show, if it ever comes back on!

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    • A Party of One,
      That single audit doesn’t tell the whole story of the 2020 election, in fact it’s a miniscule piece of a much larger picture and shouldn’t be extrapolated in the manner in which you are heading.

      Rigging is what the political left has done since election day in 2016 and they used innuendo filled and accusatory propaganda as their tool to do the rigging. Four years of continuous anti-Trump and anti-Republican propaganda is one of the ways that the Democrats and their lapdog media rigged, yes rigged, the 2020 Presidential election; it’s straight out of the USSR’s Pravda propaganda playbook. The political left has been actively perpetuating an outright fraud against we the people since just before the 2016 election. The left has been systematically trying to indoctrinate and brainwash we the people with their constant gaslighting which includes bastardizing the language and the United States Constitution to morph our culture into a totalitarian society that unquestionably follow whatever they dictate. The political left has brainwashed a huge cross section of we the people and stripped then of their ability to think critically, they’ve turned them into hive minded sheeple drones.

      Rigged: manipulated or controlled by deceptive or dishonest means.

      Rig: manage or conduct (something) fraudulently so as to produce a result or situation that is advantageous to a particular person or group.

      Fraud: something intended to deceive others.

      Fraudulently: in a way that involves deception.

      Propaganda: The expression of opinions or actions carried out deliberately by individuals or groups with a view to influencing the opinions or actions of other individuals or groups for predetermined ends and through psychological manipulations.

      Indoctrinate: teach (a person or group) to accept a set of beliefs uncritically.

      Brainwash: make others adopt radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible pressure.

      Bastardize: change (something) in such a way as to lower its quality or value, typically by adding new elements.

      Systematic: done or acting according to a fixed plan or system; methodical.

      Gaslighting: manipulate (someone) by psychological means into questioning their own sanity.

      Morph: undergo or cause to undergo a gradual process of transformation.

      Culture: the social behaviors and norms found in human societies, as well as the knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, customs, capabilities, and habits of the individuals in these groups.

      Revisiting the Intentional Brainwashing of the United States of America

      No A Party of One, the Maricopa audit will NOT show us if someone is a hero or zero, it will only validate or invalidate one tiny piece of an overall problem you trying to extrapolate that to hero or zero is absurdly illogical thinking.

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  6. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    “Who is YOUR profile in courage?” Glad you asked. I nominate the brave patriots who liberated, however briefly, the Capitol on Jan. 6th. My only regret is that they weren’t armed to the teeth and didn’t leave the Rotunda strewn with the bodies of every Democrat they could lay their hands on. They were the last line of defense against the progressive fascists who now hold sway over our government and our country, who are infecting our children with their poisonous ideology and who will not rest until every last peep of protest is stifled.

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    • David Blaska says:

      But you’re the one who wants to murder dissenters — the definition of fascism.

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    • Gary,
      Your comment is spewing the same kind of immoral calls for and justifications for open violence that the “progressive fascists” are spewing and acting on. I condemn your rhetoric in the same way I condemn the rhetoric from the immoral “progressive fascists” that you oppose. You sir have stooped to their level and are wrong for spewing calls and/or justifications for violence.

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      • That said…

        Gary,
        This part of your comment is spot on, “progressive fascists who now hold sway over our government and our country, who are infecting our children with their poisonous ideology and who will not rest until every last peep of protest is stifled.”

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  7. A Party of One says:

    This might make you happy, Dave. The GOP may actually replace Cheney with someone who is worse: https://stream.org/from-the-frying-pan-into-the-dumpster-fire-dont-replace-liz-cheney-with-elise-stefanik/

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  8. wipam says:

    Dave, I think you are believing the MSM when you say Republicans want Trump to run again. I don’t but I sure want someone like him. I want them to call out the liars at the very chance, I want them to say it’s ok for America to be first, I want them to wholesale fire every damn federal government employee they can-and start over. It can’t be any worse than we have now. AND lastly, we need to get those knuckleheads like Cheney and Romney to understand they do NOT know better than the people that elected them.
    And yes, there are times I bunch you in with slime like Charley Sykes, not always, but some of the time. And I still don’t forgive you for supporting Tommy in his run against Tammy. You knew he had no money to take her on and yet you supported him over a candidate that had money. I liked Tommy as governor and like him now as head of UW. He just wasn’t a great candidate at the time we needed to win!

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    • georgessson says:

      Whip ‘Em: Agree 100%. Just not the Donald. As David points out constantly, Dems have already started diggin’ their hole, so 2024 S/B do-able by a short-list of the MANY other decent GOP prospects.

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    • David Blaska says:

      I do not need your forgiveness, wipeman

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      • Pam Grundman says:

        Well, first of all my screen name is not wipeman. It is WIPAM (short for WisconsinPam).
        I sense a bit of anger undercurrent in your answer.
        So he it. Tommy’s your buddy and no one likes to see their buddy he criticized.

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        • Good Dog, Happy Man says:

          Dave’s angry. He got his snark on and his little dauber up.
          It’s very rare for him. Happens to all us guys sometimes.

          Testosterone is a very powerful hormone.
          I even give/get a whiff of it once in a while.
          .
          .
          .
          ..

          “You wanna fight me, buddy?” Good Dog rhetorically asked.
          Pointing to Happy Man, another big guy, … “He’s me buddy.”

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        • David Blaska says:

          I apologize.

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    • Liberty says:

      Wipam,

      Agree on this point.

      I voted for Trump. He opened our eyes to the depth of depravity of DC politics and unapolegetically put America first. He also helped diversify the Republican party, which will be essential to moving the party (and more importantly, this NATION) forward.

      That said, yes, it’s time to move on. Trump is too much of a distraction and fodder for press and social media, although I suspect ANY non-establishment Republican will be subjected to their narratives to some degree.

      Agree about Cheney, Romney, and others like them. Establishment Republicans who embrace the status quo, align themselves with corporate PACS, advocate for endless wars, and can’t relate to the average American are becoming relics in the party.

      Would love to see a DeSantis/Scott ticket.

      “I don’t but I sure want someone like him. I want them to call out the liars at the very chance, I want them to say it’s ok for America to be first, I want them to wholesale fire every damn federal government employee they can-and start over. It can’t be any worse than we have now. AND lastly, we need to get those knuckleheads like Cheney and Romney to understand they do NOT know better than the people that elected them.

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      • Liberty says:

        From Romney’s Twitter page:

        “Every person of conscience draws a line beyond which they will not go: Liz Cheney refuses to lie.”

        I find it interesting that someone who worked for a firm like Bain Capital talks about truth and conscience.

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      • David Blaska says:

        Agree with every other statement, Mr. Liberty. Our form of government is a representative republic. At the risk of invoking Godwin’s law, Germans overwhelmingly supported Dear Leader. But a few, like Wm Canaris and von Stauffenberg, answered to their own consciences. Liz Cheney will lose her leadership position and likely her House seat. She seems to be O.K. with that. Some get elected to BE someone; others get elected to DO some thing.

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        • Liberty says:

          “Why? Are you a socialist? Are Donald Trump’s business dealings that much more honorable than Mitt Romney’s”

          No. My point is that someone with a history as a vulture capitalist is the last person I’d expect to talk about other people’s consciences. Mitt’s a posturer, IMO.

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        • Liberty says:

          “She seems to be O.K. with that. Some get elected to BE someone; others get elected to DO some thing.”

          We disagree on this point. You seem to see her as some sort of patriot and martyr. I don’t. If you can convince me why you’re so fond of her, I will listen. Promise.

          What I find especially nauseating is how leftists and the media embrace her solely because they think it damages Republicans. These are some of the same leftists who rallied against “endless wars” when Bush & Liz’s dad were in office. This behavior is intellectually dishonest.

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  9. richard lesiak says:

    Gutless Old Pr#$ks. If they have so much to say about Cheney then why a secret ballot. Just like the Cyberd#$ks in AZ. No press. No observers. Secret donors. No experience. What a joke these repuks have become.

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    • georgessson says:

      Richard-May-I-Call-Ya-Dick…. Your derogatory term “repuks” brings to mind upchuckin’. Reminds me that yer WI Dells rancid “Choker Holes” are infamous fer subsequent 911 calls….

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  10. richard lesiak says:

    So now we find out that Barr lied and that fool in AZ. is using a UV light to look for bamboo in the paper ballots. Add in Tuckee Carlson wanting the cops called on parents with masked kids and it becomes very hard to defend the Goobers On Parade party.

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  11. Michael Cummins says:

    Thank you, Dave. This was the predictable outcome of the 2016 GOP Trump appeasement. So glad I got the hell out when I did. I won’t have to lie to my great-grandkids when they ask what I was doing during these times.

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  12. Liberty says:

    I think most of us want profiles of courage and strong leadership in our politics. I just don’t think Liz Cheney (or Mitt Romney) represent that.

    People are tiring of establishment politicians on both side of the aisle. We reject politicians who advocate for endless wars and who are backed by corporate PACS and embrace the status quo.

    As for the election, if it was legitimate why are Democrats pushing so hard against the Arizona audit? What would it hurt at this point?

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  13. Liberty,
    Overall I agree with you; however, these points “if it was legitimate why are Democrats pushing so hard against the Arizona audit? What would it hurt at this point?” are unethical rationalizations. This is the same kind of unethical rationalizations that the political left used constantly towards President Trump and Republicans over the last 4+ years. Try to avoid that kind of thinking, at least aloud. 😉

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    • Liberty says:

      “If it was legitimate why are Democrats pushing so hard against the Arizona audit? What would it hurt at this point?” are unethical rationalizations”

      Please elaborate why you believe this is irrational.

      The majority of Republicans believe there were voting irregularities. Could very well be that they’re wrong. The point is that nobody did anything to quell their concerns, and instead some even openly mocked them for wanting answers. What IS the harm of an audit?

      I don’t believe it’s irrational to want answers, especially for something this important. But if you’re convinced I’m wrong, would love to know why.

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  14. Liberty says:

    I’m not sure how to break this to people, but this is not the same GOP of George W and Dick Cheney. It has become more diverse, rejects status quo politicians, is against endless wars, has seen an influx of former moderate Democrats, and is for the working class American.

    I think this precisely why never-Trumpers and establishment GOP feel threatened.

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    • David Blaska says:

      Seriously, Liberty? Seven comments in a row?

      Given your congenial host voted Trump last time around it cannot be said that Blaska is never Trump. #45 did, indeed, make the GOP a working class party, much to our benefit. He governed as a conservative Republican. And he was right about the endless wars. But then, Republicans have not been country club since Barry Goldwater. That’s a liberal myth.

      Reality check: Our guy LOST THE ELECTION! Court after court, judges and justices appointed by Trump himself said there is no there, there. Republican governors and election officials in states like Arizona and Georgia said, sorry, no fraud.

      So you’re on the side of the guy in face paint and horns! Smashing down the doors to the Capitol to undo the Electoral College is unconstitutional! President George Washington got back on his horse to put down the Whiskey Rebellion waged by backwoods Pennsylvania farmers. Following nut cases like Lin Wood and Sydney Powell and the Pillow Guy is the Republican equivalent of the Confederate Lost Cause. Faced with put up or shut up, Sydney Powell said she was just kidding about Dominion voting machines. Trump was saying the election was rigged back last August when opinion polls said he was losing because the guy is so narcissistic he has to believe that everything he touches is “perfect.”

      Finally, examining ballots with ultra-violet light to find strands of bamboo is just plain all-Caps CRAZY!

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  15. Tom PITA says:

    Can we acknowledge the possibility of a disinformation campaign – bamboo fibers? – to discredit anyone questioning whether the ballot counting was also rigged (and agreeing here with Steve’s overall rigging description)?
    I am far more concerned about future elections than the last one. I smell a rat and it would be useful, though utterly unlikely, to have a genuine investigation of the election, strictly to greatly reduce the likelihood of future election corruption via sophisticated software algorithms.

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  16. Liberty says:

    “Seriously, Liberty? Seven comments in a row?”

    Didn’t realize there was a limit to how many times people could comment here. Not sure if you’re going through a hard time, but you haven’t been the most affable host lately, and frankly, those of us who frequent your blog don’t deserve it.

    If you want to alienate loyal readers and only attract people who agree with you, please continue what you’re doing. If I want to be attacked for offering what I believe are valid thoughts based on the information I have, I can visit any Progressive blog.

    Saying this to be helpful.

    “So you’re on the side of the guy in face paint and horns! Smashing down the doors to the Capitol to undo the Electoral College is unconstitutional!”

    Absolutely not. Please don’t put words in my mouth.

    I don’t follow Powell or Wood. I’m looking directly at the list of irregularities that were never accounted for to our satisfaction. Which irregularities? Other posters and I have made lists here on several occasions.

    “Court after court, judges and justices appointed by Trump himself said there is no there, there.”

    Politics, at least in some cases.

    “Republicans have not been country club since Barry Goldwater. ”

    Not true. But I guess it’s how you perceive it.

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    • David Blaska says:

      First, glad to have you as a reader and commenter. Spread the word about my blog.

      Second: Don’t know of any other blogs that allow comments. Mine is pretty much the only one.

      Third: What evidence has anyone presented of bogus ballots outside of Lin Wood (Georgia has asked that he submit to psychiatric examination), Sydney Powell (originator of the Hugo Chavez jiggering of Dominion voting machines), and the My Pillow guy? A lawsuit brought in Wisconsin to the state supreme court challenged Democracy in the Park and election officials filling in zip codes on absentee ballots. This challenge was not brought when it could have stopped those practices but AFTER the election. The suit asked the court to throw the election to the Republican legislature. I can tell you for a fact the Republican legislature did not want that bitter cup.

      Thanks for visiting the Stately Manor and keep commenting!

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      • David wrote, “Don’t know of any other blogs that allow comments. Mine is pretty much the only one.”

        If you’re talking about regular/daily bloggers specifically in the Madison area I think you’re generally correct, this is a unique light. The progressives, Liberals, Democrat bloggers in the Madison area tend to either not allow commenters at all, de facto ban or outright ban those that disagree with their rhetoric.

        If you’re talking about Madison area bloggers in general, as in non-regular or non-daily bloggers, I know of at least one other Madison area blogger that allows comments but doesn’t post regularly or daily. 😉

        If you’re talking about bloggers in general, there are lots of bloggers out there that allows comments. There are two other blogs that I frequent that allow comments and they even allow commenters to disagree with the blogger. It’s has been my experience that progressive bloggers tend to not allow comments at all or they tell those that oppose their rhetoric that they aren’t welcome or they de facto ban or just outright ban those that disagree with them; progressives are intolerant bigots.

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      • David wrote, “This challenge was not brought when it could have stopped those practices but AFTER the election.”

        I can’t find the reference right now but I remember at least one instance where the Republicans actually challenged something the election officials were planning to do that was in violation of election law (I think it was in Wisconsin or maybe it Pennsylvania) before the election and they were told that they couldn’t challenge it before the election because there hadn’t been anything against election law done yet, in other words they had to wait until after they violated election law during an ongoing election and then prove that they broke election law but then after the election when they challenged the actions that literally broke election laws they were told it was too late to challenge the election based on actions taken that were against election law, the election was over and they couldn’t change it the outcome. There is no way to fight this kind of outright manipulation of election law, it’s a lose-lose situation and the Democrats knew that.

        If someone else remembers this, please fill in actual facts.

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      • What I’ve learned from the 2020 Presidential election is that the Democrats will exploit something like the pandemic to justify breaking long standing election law and it seems that there is a huge swath of the population in the United States that just don’t give a damn that some election laws in some states were broken.

        What will happen in the 2024 Presidential election now that a new precedence has been set?

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