Fuck you Gruber. I'll make sure to send hate mail to every one of your weekly sponsors so they don't sponsor your shit site.
9:23 pm — Monday, 16 January 2017
The Democrats can go fuck themselves in their worker utopias of Venezuela, China the USSR, and Cuba. Leave already, you lying shits.
10:45 pm — Monday, 16 January 2017
The press is committing suicide – and it will be the detriment of American democracy.
Marshall's response confirms this. One doesn't have to like Trump to see that the media is now an enemy of the country, an alien force working to achieve aims contradictory to the wishes of most Americans.
The press is only the profession specifically protected by the First Amendment. It's time the propagandists passing as media made way for real advocates of the Constitution and liberty.
10:49 pm — Monday, 16 January 2017
Sorry, I realize now that the alternative to autocracy is not necessarily socialism; we could also have a functional democracy.
My bad for temporarily losing my ability to think clearly!
11:03 pm — Monday, 16 January 2017
> contradictory to the wishes of most Americans
Right. The majority of Americans that voted for the other candidate.
11:06 pm — Monday, 16 January 2017
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
Maybe the media should have done their fucking job for the last eight years instead of fawning over Obama and they'd either A) not be dealing with Trump or B) prepared to deal with him.
Call me when the media is 50/50 left right, no 95/5 left right.
11:58 pm — Monday, 16 January 2017
>Facts don’t matter.
Nope. They sure don't. Especially not to the press. Not to anybody. How about some more fake news. The news media blew it hard this time.
One might observe that Russia has been more stable under Putin than just about any other leader in recent memory.
As if the USA doesn't meddle in other countries elections.
Facts do not matter when they are not facts indeed.
11:59 pm — Monday, 16 January 2017
Jimothy, the majority of Americans didn't vote for Hillary. She received a plurality of the popular vote.
Ignore Trump. Ignore Hillary. The majority of Americans simply do not support the policies that neoliberals implement in Washington once elected.
For decades, the media has acted as PR for a cultural revolution that was not asked for or invited.
1:59 am — Tuesday, 17 January 2017
More political barf from the Goober.
2:25 am — Tuesday, 17 January 2017
> Ignore Trump. Ignore Hillary. The majority of Americans simply do not support the policies that neoliberals implement in Washington once elected.
Indeed. It's *almost* understandable that you'd end up with Trump, for that reason alone. Forty years of neoliberalism and upward distribution of wealth from the poor and needy to the rich and powerful is bound to do that. It was reckless to gamble like that, but I understand. Trump's message was simply the only one a lot of people wanted to hear. Apparently the US media narrative hasn't caught on yet.
It's all the DNC's fault, really. They should have got something a bit more inspirational in than the "more of the same" that they did. I'm not of the opinion that Sanders would have been a bad choice, but for those that do, a more moderately centre-left candidate would have worked..
2:40 am — Tuesday, 17 January 2017
How's goes the draining of the swamp? Lots of non-establishment folks getting appointed?
9:11 pm — Tuesday, 17 January 2017
How goes noshing on those sour grapes?
12:15 am — Wednesday, 18 January 2017
I really don't need to get my political news from Gruber.
1:03 am — Wednesday, 18 January 2017
nbc actually has a good article about why the whiny left is ineffective.
It's not gerrymandering, it's geographic isolation.
3:43 pm — Wednesday, 18 January 2017
You think being cucked by Putin is MAGA, but, sure, sour grapes or whatever.
5:14 pm — Wednesday, 18 January 2017
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