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    Democratic Totalitarians still jumping into the Presidential race

    With a cast of characters that rivals the makeup of characters in “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad Mad World” already declared for the Presidency, the Democratic Totalitarians aren’t through yet. The field already included a nut case old woman who thinks she’s a Cherokee, a former Vice President who we recently learned was being investigated by his own President for repeated conflicts of interest and is known for his years long commitment to dishonesty, at least one who may be completely whacky; now two more characters have jumped in. The world’s second largest mental institution, known colloquially as Massachusetts, has placed another candidate in the ring, some clown who is a former governor of that institution. As almost everyone knows, being governor of Massachusetts is roughly the equivalent of being kitchen help to the Kennedy Klan. His campaign got off to a whiz bang start when 2 people showed up at one of his first events. And just to make the field complete they’ve added a midget to the group, one who may well have violated federal law by offering to pay a government official to take an official act.

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    It's a mad mad mad World...

    One of the best scenes..


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    That was a funny movie!

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    I caught some the BBC commentary on Britain’s historic rejection of the Labor Party and the refusal of the British, once again, to submit to the centuries long efforts of the French and Germans to subjugate Britain to control by mainland Europe. Those BBC clowns can whine like the worst CNN and MSNBC when the voters fail to do what the “smart” people in the media tell them to do. Apparently, one of the things that hurt the Labor Party was the failure of its leader to disavow the rabid anti-Semitism in his party. Why would he? He’s the party leader and presumably he shares the party beliefs. So the British Labor party and the Democratic Totalitarian Party have that much in common, the failure of leadership to reject anti-Semitism as a party philosophy and remove its proponents from the party. Just as in Britain why would they? They’re the leaders of the party.

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    Grump what am I going to do with you.

    It says it right here who the racist is....Seeing we have the Erie County Democrats posting this it must be true.


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    Paul Krugman apparently can’t understand the clearly stated anti-Semitism of the Democratic Totalitarian Party. I guess the intellectual standards for a Nobel Prize ain’t what they used to be. Hell, if he won one clearly they’re not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grump View Post
    Paul Krugman apparently can’t understand the clearly stated anti-Semitism of the Democratic Totalitarian Party. I guess the intellectual standards for a Nobel Prize ain’t what they used to be. Hell, if he won one clearly they’re not.
    We see people from the republican circles of Erie County commenting that the impeachment is nonsense but don't you think we hear local democrats speaking out against this?

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