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7/13/18
3:30 PM
1

Of course, the Republicans called the Dems bluff and are introducing the bill.  What are the Dems (even the three co-sponsors) doing?  Declaring they’re going to vote against it.  God forbid any of them actually double-fuck the Republicans on their own tricks and vote their conscience.

7/13/18
1:09 PM
8

It takes a special kind of ignorance to look at the current political climate and think “we need more centrism.”

7/13/18
1:07 PM
3

He’s become just an insufferable piece of shit gasbag on here.  And wrong too, objectively.

7/13/18
12:59 PM
1

While I too am cynical that the results will do anything against this crook, it is obviously important we find out if this administration had a hand to play in the (known) Russian interference. Read more

7/13/18
12:17 PM
5

You have easily become one of the worst fucking commenters on this site. You scream (literally every fucking comment) about some non-existent progressive bogeyman fracturing the Democratic Party. And yet you seem to be so fucking stupid, and with absolutely no self-awareness, that you can't even understand that you, Read more

7/13/18
11:54 AM
3

Oh you simple lefty buffoon. Civility is for your political enemies. Fuck the people in your own party!

7/13/18
11:48 AM
6

The GOP started off by accepting that some blue states would never go for their new brand of conservatism. Then a few did. Then a lot did. Read more

7/13/18
11:36 AM
9

He’s an established troll with a deeply weird hard-on for insincere sock puppetry.

7/13/18
11:33 AM
8

I’m earnestly wondering what the alternative strategy is. Keep putting up leftist candidates in hopes that the red base will be gradually eroded? Write off some states as lost causes?

7/13/18
11:25 AM
13

Read up on Manchin. He’s definitely voting to confirm Kavanaugh.

7/13/18
11:19 AM
13

Just as we say when we (rightfully) bash Collins for her mealy-mouthed responses, I’m going to reserve judgement for these guys until they vote. This could just be posturing to their constituents to show they’re not beholden to Schumer, or whatever. Politics as usual, I’m hoping. Read more

7/13/18
11:13 AM
11

Okay. So the Dems in red states should take the gamble of flipping those states totally red? Read more

7/13/18
11:08 AM
65

Yes. Yes. That centrism that the left has been subscribing to has been wonderful for them. Why walk away from the strategy that brought you such magnificent wins as “Getting obliterated in the 2010 midterms”, who could forget the famous “Continuing the free fall while losing the 2014 midterms”, and of course the Read more

7/13/18
11:06 AM
125

Centrism is a vehicle for votes and your rejection of it necessitates loss.