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May 25, 2022 18:40:49   #
son of witless
 
Ferrous wrote:
Well said... thanks

Only problem I have with what you wrote is your use of "Liberal" to define them.

I'm a Liberal and Fiscal Conservative and I sure the Hell don't support what democrats stand for, now.

Liberals
1. - a supporter of policies that are socially progressive and promote social welfare.
2. - a supporter of a political and social philosophy that promotes individual rights, civil liberties, democracy, and free enterprise.

I was a Democrat until the mid 2000s (37 years). In 2008 I became an Independent when the Party moved so far to the Left and Socialism, - which doesn't promote "individual rights, civil liberties, democracy, and free enterprise" and especially Free Speech.

Liberalism is not bad, yet the Radical Left has stolen the term, maybe as a "wolf in sheep's clothing" to Hide their true identify, and Totalitarian Agenda.

I'm still trying to come up with other terms for them, like:

Radical Left and Socialist

dembot: someone brainwashed by far left democrats

Libtard: A term used by Republicans during political discussion (generally on the internet) with Liberals or Democrats. It is used in place of an actual response to an opinion given by a Liberal/Democrat.
The term is commonly followed by the term "Snowflake.

Bonehead

Fool or idiot might get you Red Flagged.
Well said... thanks br br Only problem I have wit... (show quote)


I left the Democratic Party as far as voting for President, in the 1970s. I saw what a scum bag party they were post Watergate. I stayed registered in that party so I could vote in their primaries, just to screw with them. Bill Clinton finally drove me to even give that up in the late 1990s. I think the last Democrat I ever voted for was back about 2002 because he was a pro gun Democrat. Since then I can't bring myself to vote Democrat for any reason.

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May 25, 2022 20:19:04   #
Ferrous Loc: Pacific North Coast, CA
 
son of witless wrote:
I left the Democratic Party as far as voting for President, in the 1970s. I saw what a scum bag party they were post Watergate. I stayed registered in that party so I could vote in their primaries, just to screw with them. Bill Clinton finally drove me to even give that up in the late 1990s. I think the last Democrat I ever voted for was back about 2002 because he was a pro gun Democrat. Since then I can't bring myself to vote Democrat for any reason.


Yes, I was a registered Democrat but found myself voting a near straight Republican ticket just to try and slow the Democrat Party going pure Socialist.

In 2008 June Primary I held my nose and voted for Hillary. Back then I knew just how Radical, Obama was. I have been a registered Independent since 2008, and now voting a straight Republican ticket... but realize my vote really isn't worth anything with the Super Majority the Democrat Party have here in California.

What gets me is the so called Moderate Democrats that don't realize how the Party thas left hem and still thinks they have a say in the party's agenda. Sen Manchin (D-WV) and Sen, Sinema (D-Az) are finding out the hard way what happens when a Democrat doesn't follow their Party's line.

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May 26, 2022 05:18:34   #
son of witless
 
Ferrous wrote:
Yes, I was a registered Democrat but found myself voting a near straight Republican ticket just to try and slow the Democrat Party going pure Socialist.

In 2008 June Primary I held my nose and voted for Hillary. Back then I knew just how Radical, Obama was. I have been a registered Independent since 2008, and now voting a straight Republican ticket... but realize my vote really isn't worth anything with the Super Majority the Democrat Party have here in California.

What gets me is the so called Moderate Democrats that don't realize how the Party thas left hem and still thinks they have a say in the party's agenda. Sen Manchin (D-WV) and Sen, Sinema (D-Az) are finding out the hard way what happens when a Democrat doesn't follow their Party's line.
Yes, I was a registered Democrat but found myself ... (show quote)


My daughter is a straight Bernie Voter. She will vote Democrat and is very high on our current LT Governor in Pa who had a stroke and is running for Senate. I don't care much about him one way or the other, but I told her I simply will never ever vote for a Democrat, and he was Lt. Gov for Wolf who I despise. The Republican race is still undecided between McCormick and Oz.

If he wins I would vote for Oz in the General, but I hope McCormick pulls it out. I do not trust Oz. He is a carpet bagger.

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May 26, 2022 05:27:16   #
Ferrous Loc: Pacific North Coast, CA
 
your daughter reminds me of an old quote:

'If You Are Not a Liberal When You Are Young, You Have No Heart, and If You Are Not a Conservative When Old, You Have No Brain'

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Jun 5, 2022 23:20:34   #
son of witless
 
PeterS wrote:
The whole purpose of conservativism is to blame democrats for everything that goes wrong...not solve problems. That, and claim credit for everything that goes right, real or imagined.


When the shoe fits. Unlike the way you guys blamed Donald J. Trump for the Corona Virus and it's effects, which was a lie, all of Amerika's difficulties presently are BCDs ( Biden Caused Disasters ). Afghanistan, oil, inflation, the border, were not some out of the blue bad luck events. Joe Biden had to work pretty hard to make them happen.

That you continue to make excuses for Biden in the face of common sense, is irrational.

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