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Dec 30 2013

Open Thread

President-Hillary-Clinton

Compliments of Stormfax.




40 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. Janice/Granny Jan says:

    In case you haven’t heard about the marriage to take place in front of 80 million people minus me:

    Rose Parade Gay Wedding Going on Despite Protest
    http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/rose-parade-gay-wedding-protest-21375156

  2. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    “It’ll be nice to be missed.”

    — Me 😉

  3. Eleanor in Hell says:

    Yeah, Franklin, like we missed the Spanish Flu in 1918.
    🙄

  4. Jan Snyder says:

    My God I hate that pig. Filthy, depicable, lying, sack of shit. Please give her cancer before 2016.

  5. Fiberal says:

    There is no doubt that as well as being stunningly fascistic, the overwhelming bulk of democratic voters are dependent on other people’s money, are senseless communists and snide, arrogant power seeking creeps or at best, ignoramuses.

    This situation does not however, in any way provide an automatic default to give the right an intellectually superior position in all things.

    In fact, to the contrary, the intellectualism of the right is often execrably wanting. What the left can and always points to in order to make their point that republicans are stupid, is supported by this kind of story:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/30/us-usa-poll-evolution-idUSBRE9BT0LC20131230?feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews

    Which to summarized, is to say that 43 percent of Republicans can bring themselves to admit that humans have evolved over time. That is a stunningly low number and going the other way compared to just 4 years ago when at least 54% admitted believing in evolution.

    The numbers of Democratic believers at 67% have stayed essentially the same over the same 4-year period.

    (It would be interesting to see who constituted the opposing 33%, since this group would be on an intellectual par with the majority of republicans.)

    Evolution has been used again and again against republicans.

    The destruction to republicans (and unfortunately to conservatives as well), that this grim statistic brings is tantamount to saying that it’s rare for a victim of “legitimate rape” to become pregnant–stupidity that cost Todd Aiken (R. Mo) his 2012 campaign, and the republicans the Senate.

    .

    Like or not, understand it or not, evolution is a fact.

    Republicans if they can’t understand it, should at the very least have the good sense to zip it…

    ….(before removing all doubt).

  6. facebkwallflower says:

    Epic botox fail.

  7. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Vince saw that photo and asked, “Are there wires attached to that chair? Where’s the hood?” 👿

  8. AZRon says:

    Since voting rights oversight, and I.D. laws have never been fully actualized (racist, racist, racist!), I fully expect this ***** to be the next ****-in-chief.

    No, that’s O.K., stay home and avoid the RESPONSIBILITY of voting. Your vote doesn’t count anyway, right? After all, what difference does it make? (where have I heard that before?)

    The only thing worse than “them” is the “us” that wont stand up. They’re usually the first ones complaining the loudest about “reap/sow”, and the degradation of their natural rights.

    It’s easy to counter…VOTE! Enough of us can offset the fraud encouraged by the left.

  9. Veritas says:

    America deserves the Hildabeast for allowing chimps and donkeys to procreate.

  10. ODA315 says:

    No wonder Slick’s ‘lil willie wanted to run and hide.

    My gawd this woman is a mutt.

  11. berlet98 says:

    Rose Bowl Goes Gay

    The traditional “America’s New Year Celebration,” the 125th Tournament of Roses Parade combined with the 100th Rose Bowl Game, is scheduled to celebrate those anniversaries on January 1, 2014 by joining together in a very un-traditional matrimony of two homosexuals, Aubrey Loots and Danny Leclair, atop the AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s wedding cake-shaped float which will fittingly bring up the parade rear.

    Aside from anyone’s personal or religious feelings about men marrying other men and women wedding other women, a practice still banned in the majority of American states and the world, questions of propriety and purpose come to the forefront.

    That is, Is it reasonable and proper to sanction performance of a wedding during what has always been an apolitical, non-controversial, non-sectarian event? Also, What is the intent of officials of such an event, who specifically proposed it, and why?

    Those questions may never be answered though a new Facebook page campaign against the planned wedding ceremony, http://tinyurl.com/ohmt4z2, asks opponents to stay home and not watch either the parade or the game on television in protest and to boycott the sponsors. The page suggests that, because of the gay AIDS float, this year’s parade theme of “Dreams Come True” is more akin to a nightmare for many millions of people. . . . (Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=34889.)

  12. hiram says:

    Hey, um… remind me… who are the racists supposed to be again?

    http://tv.yahoo.com/news/msnbc-host-makes-fun-mitt-romney-black-grandson-023826137.html

  13. Bob Roberts says:

    Janice/Granny Jan says:
    ————
    Minus me too and, I daresay, most if not all of us regulars and irregulars here. Except the trolls – they’ll all be there joining in the insanity.

  14. Bob Roberts says:

    AZRon says:
    —————
    Actually the answer to the question “What did America do to deserve this” is in part COMPLACENCY. People who decide their vote doesn’t count, even in California, who sit out the elections. In California the reason things are such a mess is these same people are a growing population who’ve been doing it for some time.

    If the complacent would get active we could turn this around.

    But, of course, if wishes were horses, dreamers would ride.

  15. Bob Roberts says:

    A photo that explains why Hillary prefers to avoid events with cameras.

    Cringeworthy, as most images of her are.

  16. Bob Roberts says:

    Moonbats don’t understand things like this.

    For people at high risk of depression because of a family history, spirituality may offer some protection for the brain, a new study hints.
    Parts of the brain’s outer layer, the cortex, were thicker in high-risk study participants who said religion or spirituality was “important” to them versus those who cared less about religion.
    “Our beliefs and our moods are reflected in our brain and with new imaging techniques we can begin to see this,” Myrna Weissman told Reuters Health. “The brain is an extraordinary organ. It not only controls, but is controlled by our moods.”

  17. ALman says:

    Ahhhh. Who couldn’t love a face like that?

  18. Dale says:

    Rope, Tree, Some assembly required

  19. DJ says:

    .
    Ye shall know them by the company they keep.

    Who is Ed Mezvinsky?…

    Edward “Ed” Mezvinsky born January 17, 1937, is a former Democrat congressman.

    As a Democrat, he represented Iowa’s 1st congressional district in the United States House of Representatives for two terms, from 1973 to 1977.

    He sat on the House Judiciary Committee that decided the fate of Richard Nixon.

    He and the Clinton’s were very politically intertwined for years.

    In March 2001, Mezvinsky was indicted and later pleaded guilty to 31 of 69 charges of bank fraud, mail fraud, and wire fraud.

    He was sentenced to 80 months in (Federal) prison.

    Ed Mezvinsky embezzled more than $10 million dollars from people via both a Ponzi scheme and the notorious Nigerian e-mail scams.

    After serving five years in federal prison, he was released in April 2008. He remained on federal probation through 2011, and still owes $9.4 million in restitution to his victims.

    .

    So who is he?

    .

    Marc and Chelsea Mezvinsky

    He’s Chelsea Clinton’s father-in law.

    Has anyone heard mention of this in any of the media?

    If this guy was Jenna or Barbara Bush’s, or better yet, Sarah Palin’s daughter’s, father-in- law, the news would be an everyday headline.

    Some say there are no double standards in politics .. . . . . R-I-G-H-T !!!

  20. TED says:

    All part of the
    Suck Dynasty.

  21. dan says:

    As much as I agree with some of the fine invective
    expressed ….who among us would not prefer
    a greedy psychopathic mafiosa to
    sociopathic Lucifer Husein….
    talk about the lesser of evils !

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  23. Laurie says:

    .

    “What did we do to deserve this?”

    Simple…we let the leftists win all arguments, and then let them elect a socialist. The conservatives are playing “fair” in a political environment in which the opponents are NOT playing fair.

    2014 needs to be the year when we stop playing fair and use the leftists’ attacks the same way they do. Character attacks, riots in the streets, stuffing ballot boxes, controlling the media, and placing conservative operatives into positions of power should be the norm, not the exception.

    Take the fight to the leftists the way they fight now. If we don’t, we might as well get used to saying “President Hillary”.

    .

  24. Bryce Talbee says:

    My God, that old bitch is UGLY.

  25. Mark says:

    What did America do to deserve this? How about the millions of aborted babies since 1973? Did we expect God to just ignore our sins? Frankly we deserve MUCH worse as a nation.

  26. Beforethestorm says:

    I remember the discussion I had with myself when I woke up one morning and found out Obama’d been elected president. Maybe he won’t be that bad; I need to give him a chance and not prejudge. (ha!) I still stick with the conclusion of my musings. Whatever happens, most people voted for it and richly deserve what he/she does to them. (That was the “G” version. I mentally added “good and hard”.)

  27. xiphos says:

    Damn!! That face would make a train take a dirt road.

  28. BeforetheStorm says:

    Amazingly enough, I think Hillary is more qualified to be president than Obama. That’s not saying much; he set the bar pretty darn low.

  29. Bob Roberts says:

    Silly moonbats!

    They CLAIM they want to save the planet from atmospheric CO2, but every time ANY project is proposed that will do this THEY OPPOSE IT. Dams are some of the greenest energy producers out there, yet they HATE them.

    Here’s proof!

    Their goal is no less than to ‘take apart’ every dam in the world!

    SILLY MOONBATS!

  30. Bob Roberts says:

    Nevada County doesn’t have a problem with a sign until it has an American flag and “Support Our Troops”

    Oh, and a reference to the Church that refurbished it. Apparently that caused an issue.

    The sign had been there for… well, they don’t even say, but it apparently was years. Nobody had a problem with it.

    “It’s a little surprising. All we meant to do was beautify the area, the corner, and it’s a reminder for me — for everyone that drives by — to pray for the troops,” church member Julia Stokes said.
    Bill and Julia Stokes say the sign was meant to send a positive message and the church never knew it would stir up such controversy.
    “Why would you knock something that has an America flag on it that says ‘Support Our Troops?’ I have no idea; I really don’t,” said Bill.

  31. Rich Whiteman says:

    No matter where you are, whether online or out on the street, when talking about the hideous she/he Hillarity Clitgone remind people she’s “physically unfit” to serve as president due to her/him suffering a debilitating stroke after Benghazi.

    We must also hang the Benghazi albatross and the deaths of three brave Americans and one prancing, limp-wristed Obama stooge (Ambassador Chris Stevens) around the former First “Lady’s” neck.

  32. MissAnthropy says:

    To answer the question, America did plenty to deserve this. Look at the rot we have tolerated, with the party of nominal opposition always retiring from the field of battle after convincing itself that this or that cultural skirmish is “not the hill to die on”.

  33. Bob Roberts says:

    Someone should do a list of the lunatic things moonbats believe in.

    Here, I’ll start:

    1. Crop Circles

    I think this particular moonbat nonsense started in Europe, the U.K., but I’m not surprised to see people are falling for it in California.

  34. DJ says:

    @Rich Whiteman

    Unfortunately if the MSM tells the Americano rubes Hillary is the best presidential candidate, they will believe it and vote accordingly — health issues notwithstanding.

  35. Eric says:

    Sodom and Gomorrah had to suffer the RATH of God. America will as well.

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