Liberal Sink

2019 May 28
by drdog09

We consider sometimes the ways in which to payback the Libs, trash their plans and generally muck up their desires. Usually it involves a meme attack or down trashing some idea they may have.

Well there is this Aaron Clarey guy I follow that has come up with the most insidious means yet. I won’t spill the closing remarks but it is unique. Warning: the intro may not be suitable for work.

I think you will have to agree there is a certain imprintable logic to the means.


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  1. 2019 May 28 7:29 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

  2. 2019 May 28 7:31 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Meme attack 🙂 🙂

  3. 2019 May 28 9:39 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    OK, I watched the first 12 minutes …. great rant but when does he come to a point?
    🙂 🙂 🙂

  4. 2019 May 28 9:41 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Pretty logical comeback that I saw on Gab:
    “If Mayor Pete Buttigieg thinks we should remove President Jefferson’s name from things b/c he owned slaves, does he also think we should removed the Democrat Party too since they founded the KKK?”

  5. 2019 May 29 7:10 am
    bc3b permalink

  6. 2019 May 29 7:15 am
    justrand permalink

    From Liz Shield at Instapundit re. Comey’s latest pile of excrement…which the WaPo published as an OpEd:

    ==> OH MY G-D, THIS IS UNBEARABLE. I get the sense that Comey walks around with a movie narrator’s voice in his head, announcing all his actions: “In a world where a soul-eating bad orange man sought to rule the universe, only one human had the strength of character, the virtue to fight for truth, justice and the American way.” Oh, just shut up you freak.

  7. 2019 May 29 8:03 am
    drdog09 permalink

  8. 2019 May 29 8:08 am
    drdog09 permalink

  9. 2019 May 29 8:39 am
    Eph permalink

    Post 5, meet post 8

  10. 2019 May 29 11:52 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Mueller’s problem — — Also the presses problem as well. It is not, under our method of jurisprudence, for the DoJ to prove innocence, merely to bring an indictment or not. The innocence is implied and up to the State to prove otherwise. Sigh, how far we have fallen.

  11. 2019 May 29 1:29 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    I love post 9.
    I mean, just love it.

  12. 2019 May 29 1:37 pm
    justrand permalink

    A long excerpt from the article linked below. The whole article, and his videos, are worth your time!

    ==> As Rep. Ocasio-Cortez notes, the motive in a capitalist economy is profit. But, here’s what she seems to be missing. Capitalist societies create abundance and prosperity by taking our natural desire to improve our lives – to profit – and directing it outward to satisfying the needs of others. This much-berated profit motive is precisely what incentivizes us to meet the needs of others because…that’s how you profit.

    Whatever your business, you can only succeed in a capitalist economy by meeting other peoples’ needs – your customers. This applies to every business from a roadside lemonade stand to Amazon. The greater the benefits you provide – to others – the greater your success. If you fail to provide benefits to others, you fail, your business dies, and you lose your investment. Period.

    In reality, socialists simply don’t trust people to make the right decisions. They really don’t have confidence in what they consider the unwashed masses. If they did, they would be capitalists.

    Directly contrary to what Rep. Ocasio-Cortez seems to believe, capitalism represents the truest form of democracy. In fact, we don’t call it “Democratic Capitalism” because democracy” is an inherent element of capitalism. Capitalism can’t exist without democracy.

    Under capitalism, consumers – ordinary Americans – vote every day with every dollar they spend on which businesses succeed and which fail. You don’t succeed in a capitalist economy by meeting the needs of a group of government elites or by producing the products they set. You succeed by meeting the needs of ordinary consumers who direct the economy and vote with their dollars on which products entrepreneurs should produce.

    Think about your local grocery store or the Amazon warehouse. Each of the thousands of products they offer represents an entrepreneur trying to convince you that they have what you need at a price you can afford. Those who meet your needs will succeed. Those who don’t will fail.

    Henry Ford didn’t build Fords for the aristocracy, he built them for ordinary Americans. Steve Jobs didn’t create the iPhone for government elites or to meet some government mandate. He created them for you and me, and if they hadn’t met our needs, he would have failed. Amazon isn’t a government-run distribution system. It is totally and solely consumer driven. It is superior to any government-run distribution system in any socialist nation in history. It stays efficient because, as consumers, if we don’t like it, we won’t use it.

    Nor does capitalism ignore what is in society’s best interests, as Rep. Ocasio-Cortez seems to assume. It simply leaves that decision to the underrated wisdom of ordinary Americans rather than some group of big government elites.

    When I ran CKE restaurants [parent company of Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s], we didn’t sell what I wanted to eat (although I do love hamburgers), we sold what consumers told us they wanted to eat. We spent millions of dollars every year trying to figure that out. I was often asked by those on the left why we sold certain products they considered unhealthful. The answer was that we weren’t the food police, and neither were they. We sold the products people wanted to buy. If consumers wanted lower calorie, lower fat or lower carbohydrate products, that is what we would sell. If they wanted beef-less products to protect the environment from farting cows, that’s what we would have sold.

    Like Democratic-Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders before her, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez misleadingly uses the word “democratic” as an adjective in an attempt to soften the concept of “socialism.” But, in reality, socialists simply don’t trust people to make the right decisions. They really don’t have confidence in what they consider the unwashed masses. If they did, they would be capitalists. This is why socialist governments are, or inevitably become, totalitarian.

  13. 2019 May 29 5:00 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    OMG an incredible troll.
    Donating to Planned Parenthood but specifying you want a black baby aborted.
    So your kid won’t face affirmative action for example.
    “Black lives matter!”

  14. 2019 May 29 7:52 pm
    justrand permalink

    Personally, I think Mueller’s dog & pony 8 minutes today was a preemptive strike on what is about to come about HIM.

  15. 2019 May 30 4:35 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR –

    Innocent until proven guilty doesn’t apply to Republicans.

  16. 2019 May 30 4:49 am
    bc3b permalink

    Fake news from The Wall Street Journal: Yesterday the WSJ published an article by Rebecca Ballhaus and Gordon Lubold that began :

    The White House wanted the U.S. Navy to move “out of sight” a warship named for the late Sen. John McCain, a war hero who became a frequent target of President Trump’s ire, ahead of the president’s visit to Japan last week, according to an email reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

    In a May 15 email to U.S. Navy and Air Force officials, a U.S. Indo-Pacific Command official outlined plans for the president’s arrival that he said had resulted from conversations between the White House Military Office and the Seventh Fleet of the U.S. Navy. In addition to instructions for the proper landing areas for helicopters and preparation for the USS Wasp—where the president was scheduled to speak—the official issued a third directive: “USS John McCain needs to be out of sight.”

    At 2:41 AM the WSJ revised the article correctly stating the ship was named for McCain’s father and grandfather. I doubt Ms. Ballhaus and Mr. Lubold are MENSA candidates.

  17. 2019 May 30 5:03 am
    bc3b permalink

    Tweet from the US Navy:

    Navy Chief of Information

    Verified account

    Follow Follow @chinfo
    The name of USS John S. McCain was not obscured during the POTUS visit to Yokosuka on Memorial Day. The Navy is proud of that ship, its crew, its namesake and its heritage.

    7:09 PM – 29 May 2019

  18. 2019 May 30 5:30 am
    bc3b permalink

    Family of 10 skips out on $530 bill at Japanese restaurant on Mother’s Day:

    Yes, you’re correct. You’re racissst, but correct.

    I grew up in the poor part of Warren. Ascension Catholic Church, my former parish, is now an African American Church.

  19. 2019 May 30 7:19 am
    bc3b permalink

    The rap against Mueller goes back to when he was a US Attorney in Boston in the 1980s. Apparently there were four men unjustly sentenced to prison in the 1960s and although new evidence came up Mueller and his predecessor – GOP presidential candidate William Weld – refused to act on it.

  20. 2019 May 30 7:38 am
    bc3b permalink

    On a positive note, CNN is making cuts in its London staff. At least 12 are expected to lose their jobs:

  21. 2019 May 30 9:20 am

    17 – Maybe
    I was thinking it was just another attempt to re-ignite\breath more life into impeachment summer.

    22 – Indeed, but we knew that already. 🙂 Meanwhile gop twiddles thumbs as usual.

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