Whither the GOP? (post-Trump edition)

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Sounds like a masturbation fantasy for Prussian wannabees.
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lol military rule. The US military has spent 18 years and trillions of dollars and still can't secure a stone-age country the size of Texas.
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I’m glad that the guys at NRO have finally found the line that Trump crosses that is causing them to criticize him more thoroughly. It must be the corrupt self-dealing or the politicization of NOAA (probably not). Let me check what it is...

It’s firing John Bolton, the legit best decision he’s made since hiring the Mooch. [emoji2357]
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Mo wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 16:52
I’m glad that the guys at NRO have finally found the line that Trump crosses that is causing them to criticize him more thoroughly. It must be the corrupt self-dealing or the politicization of NOAA (probably not). Let me check what it is...

It’s firing John Bolton, the legit best decision he’s made since hiring the Mooch. [emoji2357]
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The North Carolina GOP held a vote while the Democrats were at a 9/11 memorial. They're not even pretending to respect lowercase-d democratic norms.

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Oh it's democracy alright.

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The articles I have seen point out that the Dems in North Carolina have pulled similar shenanigans in the past. Also, the GOP still have to get it through the NC Senate, which is doubtful.

A more fruitful attack for the Dems would be "Why weren't the supposedly patriotic Republicans at the memorial?"
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I haven’t seen those. Were they at a Veterans’ Day memorial or something like that?
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With David French and Jonah Goldberg leaving NR is turning into Breitbart with a fancy college degree and a thesaurus.
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Mo wrote:
09 Oct 2019, 14:18
With David French and Jonah Goldberg leaving NR is turning into Breitbart with a fancy college degree and a thesaurus.
So, status quo ante?
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Yeah, one of the features of our times is the people you used to think made hypocritical pro team arguments are now positively revolutionary geniuses compared to the main body of their former coalition. It's dumb out there kids, keep your heads down.

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JasonL wrote:
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It's dumb out there kids, keep your heads down.
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The “i never realized Michelle Malkin was a bigot” moment by conservatives is hi-fucking-larious
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Mo wrote:
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The “i never realized Michelle Malkin was a bigot” moment by conservatives is hi-fucking-larious
In a couple decades they might even learn that Trump is a bigot. Maybe.
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Google isn't giving me context for this one. What did she do to finally push some over the edge?
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lunchstealer wrote:
17 Nov 2019, 19:39
Google isn't giving me context for this one. What did she do to finally push some over the edge?
Conservative Group Fires Michelle Malkin Over Support for Holocaust Denier

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Mo wrote:
17 Nov 2019, 17:22
The “i never realized Michelle Malkin was a bigot” moment by conservatives is hi-fucking-larious
The only thing funnier would be Michelle Malkin's face as the alt-right trolls she once defended loaded her onto a train car headed for an undisclosed location in the Midwest.
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They never suspect until they feel the gun metal on the back of their own neck.
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Hugh Akston wrote:
17 Nov 2019, 23:16
Mo wrote:
17 Nov 2019, 17:22
The “i never realized Michelle Malkin was a bigot” moment by conservatives is hi-fucking-larious
The only thing funnier would be Michelle Malkin's face as the alt-right trolls she once defended loaded her onto a train car headed for an undisclosed location in the Midwest.
This is just the right amount of dank.
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Hugh Akston wrote:
17 Nov 2019, 23:16
Mo wrote:
17 Nov 2019, 17:22
The “i never realized Michelle Malkin was a bigot” moment by conservatives is hi-fucking-larious
The only thing funnier would be Michelle Malkin's face as the alt-right trolls she once defended loaded her onto a train car headed for an undisclosed location in the Midwest.
Or as she has her citizenship revoked under the anchor baby legislation her cohorts push through.
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Conservamerica be flailing around.

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Conservative Americans be hella strange.
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And some of this flailing is not too far from the left-wing's flailing. Somehow, classical liberalism causes everything to go wrong, at least when it disagrees with the speaker.
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