They’re Finally Saying it

Yes, Dana Loesch isn’t the GOP…..but we can all tell her theme runs through the party:

So, does this change anything? Do you want my opinion? You’re listening. Not a damn thing. How many times have I said four very important words. These four words: winning is a virtue. What I’m about to say is in no means a contradiction or a compromise of a principle.

And, please keep in mind that I am concerned about one thing, and one thing only at this point. So, I don’t care if Herschel Walker paid to abort endangered baby eagles. I want control of the Senate.

While I agree with Dana on most things 2nd Amendment related (which is her lane)……it’s almost refreshing to see others channel the Trump “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody” line.

Values don’t matter, so it would actually lend them credibility to just be honest. They want political power. Doesn’t matter if their candidates are whoremongers, abortionists, thieves, adulterers, and assorted hypocrites……especially if dear leader has anointed them as candidate.

Cool. Probably not a good strategy though, as pooling may indicate for the mid-terms.

41 thoughts on “They’re Finally Saying it

  1. None of this will matter CI.

    And I 100 percent agree with you. The GOP, their supporters, their bloggers, etc should just admit it and quit trying to hide the reality…

    The only thing that matters is electing ppl with an R after their name. The independents of the GOP have been purged. The moderates too. And what we are left with are people who openly wonder how the Dems are paying ppl like Walker’s son or if the government purposefully is poisoning turkeys to make American suffer for Thanksgiving.

    All while they celebrate how honest GOP politicians are, like Trump.

    I really you’re where I’m at… just be honest. GOP voters don’t care about honesty, morality or character. All that matters is scoreboard baby!

    My only question is this… we’re they lying in the 90’s when they said morality was important in a leader, or were they just wrong?

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  3. I hardly think Dana Loesch speaks for the Republican Party.

    When we vote, we vote for people. Not one of the people we vote for is perfect, and everyone single one of us can successfully be slandered and libeled so that others doubt us.

    What can we do? We can examine what the candidates stand for, and we can look at their track record. Do they deliver on their promises? Then we can vote for candidate we think is relatively better. If we care about our family, friends, and neighbors, it is unethical to do anything else. If we don’t care about our family, friends and neighbors, our ethical choices will inevitably stink.

    Are Republicans just as bad as Democrats? What we think depends upon our own personal values and the magnitude of our ignorance. When I compared Trump with Biden, the choice of Trump was a no brainer. When I compared Trump with H. Clinton, I had a more difficult time. That is because Trump had not previously held elected office. I could only guess what he would do. Because I knew what H. Clinton had done and that Trump promised better, I voted for Trump.

    Because the Democratic Party is thoroughly corrupt, Biden has been an awful president, and H. Clinton would have been an awful president. Is the Republic Party much better? Thanks to the people trying to make it better, yes.

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      • Since your charges lack anything specific, there is nothing to specific to debate.

        Almost all of our elected leaders are either a Democrat or Republican. That means we the people have to take over one of the parties to change things. Trump did his best. What are you doing?

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      • My charges?

        I work towards actual choice. Will it be achieved? Maybe not.

        If you think that your efforts work toward increased Liberty, then you do you.

        I’ll continue to kick and deride the hypocrites, charlatans and grifters who prey upon the Citizen.

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      • If you don’t know the answer to that question, that is because you either don’t want to know or you are entirely misinformed.

        What if you don’t want to know? Instead of trying to protect everyone’s rights, do you have your own agenda? Is every politician who does not support your agenda corrupt?

        Where do you get your news? Is the news media corrupt? Which parts? If you are damning all our political leaders, perhaps you should consider that a clue. All of them?

        Some of our leaders do try to protect our rights. When there are straight party line votes in Congress on major issues, that means the party labels means something. Are some of our leaders pretending to be something that they are not? Of course, they are, but which ones. How would you know? How would the news media know? From unnamed sources? Seriously, but they do you use such sources quite a bit.

        Democrats can’t even label their legislative bills honestly. The Inflation Reduction Act? Seriously? And that is hardly the only misnamed bill. Republicans can’t even get away with such nonsense.

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      • Yeah! Sure! That reinforces your point the same way a major structural failure reinforces a collapsing dam.

        You ask for specific names, and I had already given you one. Meanwhile, your post looks more like malicious gossip than anything else. When we smear the reputations of everyone, that does not place us above it all. In fact, when we smear our leaders, we smear the people who should represent the best of us.

        Does character matter? Of course, it does. Yet
        all you are doing is making an excuse for not doing anything.

        Politics is rotten because people enjoy believing the worst about other people. We have made it worse than it should be because our courts have made it next to impossible to sue those who sling mud against a public figure, like former President Donald Trump. So, as voters, we have an obligation to filter out the facts from the mud. Then we must consider whether the facts actually mean what the accusers say they mean. You clearly have not done that.

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      • h, but I don’t smear the reputation of everyone. I mock and deride the political class who lies to you and I with impunity. Don’t you?

        Or are you like most hypocrites, and only call out those on the “other team”……being willingly and wittingly complicit in the rigged game.

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      • Except you? An honest gossip? Who would have thought such a thing was possible?

        This has reduced to bickering. The typical thing I run into when someone starts calling Trump names is that they cannot back it up with any facts. The best they can do is point to the accusations that the guy a womanizer.

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      • Huh…..bloggers, journalists and commentators can’t be honest. Who knew?

        And I referred to Trump as a pathological liar. I suppose you could dispute pathological, depending on your zeal to protect your image of him……but it is fact, that he’s a liar.

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      • Well, you did quote someone. That’s a fact, but you left and important part of what the lady said out of your quote. Here is what she said next.

        If the Daily Beast story is true, you’re telling me Walker used his money to reportedly pay some skank for an abortion, and Warnock wants to use all of our monies to pay a whole bunch of skanks for abortions.”

        Contrary to your assertion, Dana Loesch is not abandoning her values. She is just supporting the person she believes to be the best candidate, even if that candidate is not as close to perfect as you seem to expect. That is how elections work. We have to pick someone who is on the ballot.

        In addition, Dana Loesch is just a radio and TV personality, not a representative of the Republican Party. So, even if your interpretation of her words were correct, it is ridiculous to use the words of one relatively minor new/entertainment personality as representative of the entire Republican Party.

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      • Hey, I also typed
        My post in the modern Latin script alphabet, and didn’t misspell and words. Don’t I get credit for those ‘facts’ Mrs. Grundy?

        Take a look at your last paragraph, and take a look at my opening line. I’m wondering why you took the time to beclown yourself.

        Nice straw man too. When have I ever said a candidate have to perfect? Is it too much to ask though, that they be honest? I certainly suppose not since January 2017 at least.

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      • I read your opening line. Are you familiar with the slang use of the word “weasel.”

        Because you said something is not true and is true in the same sentence, you can get away with saying it is true? And it is true because we all know it is true? What does that mean, exactly. It is self-evident? But it isn’t self-evident.

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      • You call it hypocrisy, and yet you are entertained by it? Most of us benefit from more from self-examination than we do by criticizing others. You may wish to try it.

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